Photographs (recently added) of the prize-giving following the dinner are posted following the report…….
Captain – Barrie J. Yates Hon. Golf Secretary – Steve Stacey
This year the event was held at Leeds G. C. The golf course, hospitality and catering were excellent.
The Braime Trophy was initially played here in 1938. This was the 11th time it has been held at this club.
…….It was the 78th Braime Trophy event and it was won by Alan Braime, who is the great-grandson of the trophy donor.
32 teed off in the morning round of 9 holes, playing in 3-man teams.
The winning team with a score of 46 Stableford points was:-
In the afternoon 37 golfers entered an individual Stableford competition, for the Braime Rose Bowl Trophy and the Europa-Mitchell Fox Cup.
The winners were:-
The Braime Rose Bowl Trophy:-
1st. Alan Braime with 38 points
2nd. John Bennett with 35 points
The Europa – Mitchell Fox Cup:-
1st. Steve Tattersall with 43 points
2nd. Alan Braime with 38 points
3rd. John Miller with 37 points
The Member & Guest Tankard:-
Steve Stacey with 66 points with guest John Miller
The Charles Brass Trophy:-
Kevin Hegarty with 12 points
The Nearest the Pin Prizes:-
The Stuart Hazeldine Memorial:- Simon Grattan
Braime Pressings Ltd:- Lee Townsend
M A Ford (Europe) Ltd:- Andy Fearnside
Leeds Golf Club Ltd:- Brian Stockdale
We were indebted to our Sponsors whose support made the day so enjoyable.
BRAIME PRESSINGS LTD
BURGESS & CO. LTD.
CLARO PRECISION ENG
CRAFTSMAN TOOLS LTD.
DRAPER TOOLS LTD
EUROPA TOOL CO. LTD.
ISCAR TOOLS (UK)
LEEDS GOLF CLUB
M A FORD (EUROPE) LTD
MAKITA (UK) LTD
MITCHELL FOX & CO. LTD.
MITUTOYO (UK) LTD
The report was provided by Hon. Golf Secretary – Steve Stacey to whom the Association is indebted for his hard work in making the day such a great success. Thanks also are due to Gerry Allen for ably assisting Steve and helping once again to round up an impressive number of players for the tournament. (Ed.)
Here are the long awaited photographs from the Golf Dinner. Our thanks go to Jas Shergill for his photography, apart from the obvious one in which Jas appears, which was taken by Ian Scholes !
Click on any photo for a slide show or move them back and forth with the arrows……