It’s a game of two halves. That well worn sports cliché described my game, with 9 points on the front 9 and 19 on the back. Pars took their time coming, but I managed three on the last 3; and thanks to partnering Peter Sanderson this gave me a couple of net threes: Geoff Hulley had thought his birdie on the 18th was enough to win a match which had been close all the way - but sadly (for him and Luggy) my net three meant we halved. A game of three halves, in fact.
The Brass Monkeys event is now in full swing, with an imposing new notebook to record the scores. Today there was a paddle, the wind restricting the two best scores to 35. Inevitably one was Trevor Thompson in the lead after his 43 points last week.