Tigers roar round the course in style
PUBLISHED: 17:35 26 February 2011
TIGER Club members put their skills to the test in the February Medal last Saturday.
The day started off with a drizzle but this didn’t put off the enthusiastic Tigers and parents from turning up to compete and marshal.
Tiger and county player Louix Monk was on fire with a sparking round of 26, picking up the Premier Division and the lowest gross of the day.
Louix practices almost everyday and has a very patient grandfather Fred.
Louix was closely followed by Jarvis Hinds who put in anther consistent round of 29.
George Nicholson played with a smile on his face all the way around and said: “I had a great game and my Marshal was very good. I’m very pleased with my win.”
Meanwhile vice-captain Sam Caney picked up second with another consistent performance.
Six-year-old Max Shirvell picked up Division Two with an unbelievable gross 39 net 19.
Left hander Max showed skills around the green that Phil Mickelson would be proud of.
Max’s dog Bentley and Tiger mascot must surely deserve a bonus now!
Joseph Cinnamon enjoyed his birthday weekend that little bit more with a fantastic round 47 net 25 to win Division Three.
Joseph’s shot of the day was on the 9th hole where he pitched a lovely shot over the bunker that landed on the green.
Louix Hume had a cracking round of 45 net 15 to win Division Four and the Paul Davey Trophy.
Louix has been working hard in YMG session with his coach Matt Spencer and both were very pleased with the result.
Jonathon Belt picked up Tiger of the week for his dedication during the rain earlier in the month and Louix Monk and Toma Popov both won nearest the pins.
Head professional Ian Parker added: “We have a full programme for juniors interested in learning golf this year at Mill Green.
“As an added bonus we would like to offer a free two month par 3 membership to all families that have a trial at the Tiger Club or sign up to one of our groups lessons.”
If you are interested in having a free trial at the Tiger Club or joining a group please call 01707 270542 or visit www.thetigerclub.com.
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