Alan, Graham and Stuart won the final game, a Texas Scramble. Played at the River Club, which was in excellent order, they cruised to victory with a 65. This was 5 better than the two teams from the eXtreme camp who both shot 2 under 70,s.

Steven Reid again out played the rest of the tour players by some margin. With 195 points from 6 rounds he was 12 points clear of his nearest challengers, Chris and Mike, who both finished on 183 points.

Playing for much of the tour off a handicap below his club one Steve was certainly a class act. This is the first man to retain the title and the first to win it twice. Well played Steven Reid.

Steve retains the Tour Trphy

After his nightmare at Waterlefe Graham showed his mental strength and won with a splendid 39 points, the highest points total of this tour. Another plus was that he did not lose a single ball. Heritage Oaks was in very good condition thought the weather again gave us a little warm rain.

1 – Graham Hamilton
2 – Steven Reid
3 – Stuart Ferguson

Waterlefe is one of the toughest tracks we play and the low men took the test head on. Mike Caddle, off one, shot a level par round and must have fancied his chances. Then playing behind, 4 handicapper, David Farrer carded the same points total of 37. David took the victory with the better back 9. It was awesome golf from these guys.

1 – David Farrer
2 – Mike Caddle
3 – Alan Dodd

Just like yesterday a man who’s form had slipped regained it to take a victory. Alan Robertson made a fine 36 points around this testing but beautiful course. He pipped Mike who again put in another solid performance and Steve was again in the top three.

Steve is certainly the man to beat for the tour title and playing like the champ he is. Note for our handicap sec back at Brampton, when asked why can’t he play like this at Brampton he said “I don’t feel the pressure here but at Brampton I am always worried about getting docked!”

1 – Alan Robertson
2 – Mike Caddle
3 – Steven Reid

After 4 torrid days, which had Keith considering gator wrestling as new pastime, he bounced back with a fine win at Misty Creek. The relaxed tour headed for the beach and missed out on this course which was set in woods and lakes.

1 – Keith Waugh
2 – Steven Reid
3 – Chris Ralph