Monday, 20 September 2010
AN INSPIRATIONAL DECISION?
It is usual practice to swop the lead player after the first nine, but Captain David Miller, ever the optimist, elected to keep his own team's rota as before, with the Vice Captain taking the lead on the tenth tee.
Would this be an inspired decision ...or disaster for Barassie?
The choice seemed a good one, with Barassie squaring the match.
However, a couple a slack from from Barassie allowed the home team to regain their two hole advantage on the fourteenth tee.
ALAN LOSES THE HEAD!!
Fortune certainly went Cathkin's way down fifteen, when the head and the shaft of his pitching wedge parted company ...the head went to sand while ball went the green. A resultant two-putt saw the hole halved.