The Lost Bougle would be decided today. Ian (pictured) was part of the chasing pack. Cravo had a huge 19 shot lead on handicap and was beating Basil by one shot off the stick! It should just be a race for the minor placings really and Basil’s golf pride, but Cravo has choked up a huge Bougle lead before! Let’s see….
Lost Farm : Melaleuca Tees (2nd easiest)
Day Three, moving day. Felix certainly got moving early – driving back up from Hobart in the morning to make his tee time!
Cravo (pictured) looking to extend his lead today by making lots of good swings.
Conditions were same as the first couple days, with two to three club easterly winds. Should have the feels for that dialled in! And back to familiar tee boxes. C’mon boys!
Barnbougle : Boobyalla Tees (2nd hardest)
Well, after the fun yesterday off the easy marks at Barny, we’re flipping all the way back to the black tees at Lost Farm! Survival is the goal for most players today.
Lost Farm : Forrester tees (hardest)
To mark the tenth edition of this prestigious Event, the Gentlepersons’ World Tour decided on a unique format – instead of playing off the terra cotta tees over three days as per tradition, we would play a different colour tee box each day for four days. Still Strokeplay of course.
Barnbougle : Marram Tees (easiest)