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Ninth Annual Pocklingtonian Golf Day

OPs and members of the Pocklington School community competed for the President's Cup at The Oaks Golf Club on Friday 10 June.
15 Jun 2022
Written by Rachel Dare
Event News

Reinstated after a 3-year gap, the ninth annual Pocklingtonian Golf Day held at The Oaks on Friday 10 June was full of drama including a swarm of bees temporarily invading the 10th tee and a rogue electric trolly taking on a life of its own to end up in the lake along with its owner’s car key! Despite these distractions, Warrendale Farm held their nerve to clinch the win by a single point ahead of Beach House, and claim the President’s Cup.

Ten teams took part in the tournament this year which followed the Stableford format with the best two scores to count on each hole. As well as prizes for the top three teams, there were prizes for Nearest the pin, Nearest the pin in two and Longest drive.

As a bit of extra fun on the 7th hole, players had the opportunity to pit themselves against The Oaks’ golf pro, James Walsh, with anyone hitting the ball closer to the pin than James being entered into a prize raffle. The success rate was just over 25 per cent with 11 players securing a raffle ticket for the prize draw!

Once everyone had finished their rounds, the teams gathered for supper and the prize presentations. Trevor Loten (70-80), ex officio OP President stood in for current OP President, Joan Gough (75-77), to present the prizes.

Thanks go to Pippa (97-06) and Ed Nutt (95-06) and all the team at The Oaks for hosting another excellent day of golf, along with all our golfers for taking part.

The full results are below and the provisional date for next year’s event is Friday 11 June 2023 – hope to see you there!

First Team – The President’s Cup – Warrendale Farm (90 points)

James Thornton, Kevin Morley, Shane Sellars, Geoff Hall

Second Team – Beach House (89 points)

Jerome Remblance, Jerome Remblance Snr, James Botton, Jack Remblance

Third Team – Westwood (86 points – tied with OP’Have but won on a better back 9)

Tony Risso-Gill, Carl Sheppard, Kevin Bulles, Gareth Davies

Nearest the pin (7th hole): Tony Risso-Gill

Nearest the pin in two (16th hole): Jack Remblance

Longest drive (18th hole): Jack Remblance

Beat the Pro raffle: Robert Roach (from 11 winners)

Other teams:

OP’Have (86 points)

Henry Laverack, Isaac Green, James Bisson, Peter Massie

Awesome Foursome (85 points)

Trevor Loten, Martin Butcher, Dave Galloway, Dave Tyrell

The Glimmering Golfers (85 points)

Steve Burke, Paul Hankin, Paul Walker, Graham Wood

Hopeful Herons (82 points)

Tony Dobbs, Michael Sikala, Ian Crutchley, Ray Tate

Ex-President’s Men (82 points)

Tom Nash, Nick Baines, Ricky Goode, Robert Roach

Heron’s Hackers (81 points)

Leighton Smith, Paul Stubley, Chris Wilson, Alex Holliday

Westwood Wanderers (80 points)

Jeremy Shaw, Roger Shaw, Peter Lee, Stephen Hill

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