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Monday, 20 October 2014

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Bass Open at Barrow Golf Club

FURNESS pair Chris Ottley and Liam McNulty produced some superb golf to claim victory in the Bass Open at a sun-drenched Barrow Golf Club.

The winners ended up with 42 points, three ahead of a trio of pairs – Brian Evans and Stuart Moscrop, of Barrow, Ulverston duo Peter Beddoes and Dave Tracey, and Barrow’s John Burns and Ged Mahon.

The competition, a four-ball betterball stableford, was played in glorious sunshine, but a fresh easterly breeze making for testing conditions for the 81 pairs who took part at the Rakesmoor course on Saturday.

Six players achieved a hole-in-two, these being Martin Barrand at the second, and McNulty, Paul Southward, Karl Shepherd, Brian Hughes and Dunnerholme’s Tyrone Currie, all at the 12th hole.

Nearest the pin prizes were won by Ged Cush (Dunnerholme) at the second, Dave Fenton (Barrow) at the sixth, Evening Mail Furness Open winner Steve Day, of Furness, at the 12th and Barrow’s evergreen Tommy King – the 78-year-old one-time Barrow AFC player – at the 15th.

Mark Day, of Furness, hit the longest drive at the 18th.

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