2019 Golf Tournament Report & Photographs…..

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Hon. Golf Secretary Steve Stacey presents here the results of the 2019 Leeds Association of Engineers Golf Tournament.  Photographs of the prizes being presented follow, courtesy of Jas. Shergill.

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GOLF REPORT 2019

Captain – Ross Town                                                           Hon. Secretary – Steve Stacey

This year the event was held at Cobble Hall (Leeds) G C. The golf course and weather were very good. The service from the Golf Pro office, Bar and Caterers was excellent throughout the day. It was the 81st Braime Trophy event and it was won by David Ward, who is the MD of M. A. Ford. M. A. Ford are now Corporate members of the Association, and gave great support for the event.

30 teed off for 9 holes M.A. Ford Team event, playing in 3-man teams.

The winning team with a score of 42 Stableford points was:-

Brian Wood
Chris Watker
Tony Jackson

In the afternoon 39 golfers entered an individual Stableford competition, for the
Braime Rose Bowl Trophy and the M A Ford–Braime Prizes.

The winners were:-

The Braime Rose Bowl
1st. David Ward – 36 points
2nd. Paul Barron – 35 points

M. A. Ford and Braime Prizes
1st Paul Whittiker – 41 points
2nd Bob Brownridge – 40 points
3rd Martyn Garner – 38 points

The Member & Guest Tankard:-
Jas Shergill – 73 points
Paul Whittiker

The Charles Brass Trophy:-
Chris Wagstaff – 11 points

The Nearest the pin Prizes:-

The Stuart Hazeldine Memorial:- Wayne Richardson

Braime Pressings Ltd:- Steve Stacey

Craftsman Tools Ltd:- Brian Wood

HKA (FS) Ltd:- Dave Booth

Leeds Golf Club:- John Scollen

We were indebted to our Sponsors whose support made the day so enjoyable.

SPONSORS:-

BRAIME PRESSINGS LTD.
BURGESS & CO. LTD.
CRAFTSMAN TOOLS LTD.
HKA (FS) LTD.
KENNAMETAL (UK)
M. A. FORD (EUROPE) LTD.
MITCHELL FOX & CO. LTD.

Here are the photographs from the 2019 Golf Dinner. Our thanks go to Jas Shergill for his photography, apart from the obvious ones in which Jas appears !   

Click on any photo for a slide show or move them back and forth with the arrows……

 

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