Leroy did it again at the Bougle and carried that form on to another Player of the Year Award. Too good!
GWT Player of the Year
Leroy picked up his 2nd Player of the Year Gong, with another cracker year. He started hot, winning the first two (Bougle and B’n’D). Both victories featured cheeky chip ins from miles away, as per usual. Congrats on another great year on Tour Mr Stevens!
Match play Masters 2016 Final
Felix v Leigh C – both with identical handicaps (14.9)
Royal Hobart Golf Course in light winds (increasing to 20-30km/h) and a sunny afternoon
Felix played a tactical move and put the driver away for the day
The Tasmanian Gentlemen’s World Golf Tour began in 2010, with the Wanderererer. The inaugural Lost Bougle was held in 2011. The 4 Majors as we know them now and the World Number One ranking were instituted in 2012. The Players Awards begin there ~
World Number One
Basil was the inaugural World Number One when rankings began in April 2012, and held it all year
The gong sounded for the 2016 Wanderererer when Lewah’s alarm rang at 4:45am on Saturday morning. He got halfway to town and then realised he had left the Trophy at home on his specially crafted glory shelf that holds Lewah’s many golfing awards (and some he’s minding for Basil). A quick U-Bolt home and the boys would have something to play for!
Lewah felt a bit weird, and was put on the Zep’s stalker list, having been there at 7pm the night before and there again at 6:57am the next day. Had to wait for them to open.
Keithy, Leroy and the Auld Mug on the first playoff hole at the 2015 B’n’D at Longford.
Here at the Gentlemen’s World Tour, the high calibre of Golfeurs contesting our Majors ensures that we inevitably require playoffs. Hereforthwith are the prescribed arrangements: