Golf attracts record turnout

23 June, 2006
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A record number of golfers played one of the country’s most difficult courses at the British Society of Baking’s (BSB) Golden Jubilee Golf day, last month.
Moved to the Belfry from its traditional Aspley Guise and Woburn Sands Golf Club venue, 110 BSB members and guests braved blustery conditions and a torrential late afternoon downpour in their battle to tame the demanding Brabazon cham-pionship course.The event, hailed by BSB members as the most successful golf day yet, finished with prize-giving dinner in the evening. It was organised by Keith Houliston of British Bakels. The prizes were presented by Cereform’s Andy Pollard.WinnersIndividual Stableford1st Richard Westaway 372nd Peter Smith 373rd Rodger Stone 354th Andrew Wilder 34=5th Allen Hitchborne 33=5th Phil Hodder 33Scratch1st Andrew Wilder 76 2nd Richard Westaway 77Team competitionRoger StoneMichael StoneColin LomaxNearest the pin 7thSimon ShepherdNearest the pin 12thAndrew MatlowLongest drive 16thJohn Sandford



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