Players headed to the tee on a very chilly afternoon, there was virtually no wind and the sun declined to shine through.  The course was very wet and all fairways were soft. The very cold air held up all drives and made approach shots difficult to predict.  The greens were slightly slower than in recent weeks but again putted very true.  The 4BBB Stroke competition saw a number of pairs vying for the lead before steady drizzle over the final few holes brought almost everyone back to the field.  In the end the 4BBB Stroke event a battle between two old stagers and a couple of much lower markers.  However, despite the tough conditions a number of golfers put in excellent individual performances.  On a cold, wet afternoon the results were;

Winners; Kev Dunn/Hugh Drummond – 84/22/62 from Rob Rea/Mal Mottram – 81/14.5/66.5, John Laing/Andrew Laing – 91/21.5/69.5 & Ron Walker/John Freestone – 91/21/70

Individual scores; Kev Dunn – 93/24/69, Mal Mottram – 83/11/72 & Hugh Drummond – 92/20/72

NTPs; 1st – Andrew Laing & 15 – Mal Mottram