MM 2017 – Round Robins

 

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Gaz won his first ever MM match with this clutch up and down on the last at the New Norfik Super Sunday.  Put it right in the heart of the hole. Congrats Good Doctor!

A massive field of 8 Gents, including Dr Gaz, Matt, Ian and (briefly) Stu – as well as the top 4 in the World – assembled to take on the 2017 Matchplay Masters, presented by the Aurora Curse.

Would the the upper atmoshpheric ionization effect finally loses its hold on the other Gents this year? Could the Aurora Curse be broken? Not if Felix and his stinky unwashed shirt (for extra luck) have anything to say about it……

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The Inaugural Gents’ Cup : League vs Tour, September 2017

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The Winning Team! Andrew, Clyde, Howard and Heath of TTGGLOT. All hands on the Gents’ Cup!

After recently discovering that the World’s two most prestigious and elite Golfing Gentlemen’s/Gentleperson’s Associations happened to be located right here in Tasmania, it was decided that there must be a Cup held regularly to determine the best of the best.

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MM Course History

This blog captures Gentlepersons’ records in the Matchplay Masters at the courses they’ve played. The big story would be Basil +1 million wins at Huonville, if anyone was foolish enough to play him there.

Overall Table*

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*all results are Nett – for example, if someone has a 1, they could be 1 win there, or even something like 2 wins/2 draws/1 loss. *Table is as at end of 2016 MM, but info below is updated as at 16/9/17

Read on below for the course-by-course presentation:

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The MM Vault – Round Robins pre-2016

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Here’s an incomplete record of Matchplay Masters Round Robin reports that I’ve dragged out of our Vault, housed deep within a mountain in the Swiss Alps. Unfortunately we lost a few reports that were stored up against our aged gruyere cheeses and are now green piles of mould. 

What remains is worth a read for the many thousands of GWT scholars out there, and for the players themselves to relive some of the old matches that have probably been forgotten.

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