The biggest local golf event of the year, the third annual PLAS – TECH challenge organized in conjunction with Forum Golf Society attracted over 80 players to Aguilon Golf Course on June 19th, and was a huge success.

Prizes to the value of €2500 were donated by PLAS-TECH, who also made a very generous donation of €1000 to the AUAN.

The players not only enjoyed a golf course in absolutely stunning condition, but for a total cost of only €20 per person including their green fee and a buggy, received a bacon roll & coffee on arrival, plus a barbecue and free beer afterwards and also a commemorative shirt. No wonder the event sold out months ago !

Many thanks are due to Howard Tyers and his Plas-Tech team, and to Aguilon’s Jose Javier Serano and all his staff for ensuring that the day went so smoothly

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The day’s biggest smile however belonged to the winner, Joy Blake who’s score of 42 points was enough to nudge John Evans (41 points) into second, with Robin Hawkins (40 points) in third as the only other person in the field to better their handicap.

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With 43 prizes up for grabs the list of winners is too long to detail, but honorable mentions should go to Terry Moore (35 points, fourth), Richard Price (34 points, fifth) & Marie Vickers (34 points, sixth), as well as Dave Sharp, Glyn Ombler & Kevin Manser who each won two nearest the pin prizes, and most impressively Lee Hunter who showed the low handicappers the way to really power a golf ball as he won both the longest drive prizes.

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