2019 B’n’D – NORFIK!

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Ian picking his magic tee (foreground) while three other favourites do interpretive dance. We love a bit of interpretive dance on the Gentlepersons’ World Tour!

As Defending Champ, Ian had the honour of choosing the course this year, and the timing. He duly sent us to New Norfik in late June. It would be cold. Who would bring the HOT GOLF to burn off the Derwent Valley winter chill? 

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Major Winners – the Graph

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Get out your magnifying glass and check out the winners of the 29 Majors so far!

There are empty spots for 2019’s four Majors, which will complete our first ten years as a Golf Tour. Who will claim those wins? Felix has the Wandererererer, so you just have to imagine the red box up there for him at the moment. Will update this graph when the year is done.

2018 B’n’D – The Herminator Strikes!

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The finest golfers on the Planet, getting ready to tame Huonville GC. (LtoR) Cravo (insert), Leroy, Felix, Ian, Gaz, Darvy and Basil.

It was the highest performance B’n’D ever – in fact six of the seven Gents shot a high enough stableford score to have won previous editions. Ian and Leroy both shot their best ever rounds off the stick, and Bas was amazing as always. But no one could match the power and precision of the Herminator and his B’n’D record 41 points. Read on for how it happened.  

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GWT Winning Margins – end of 2017

At the Gentlepersons’ World Tour, every Gent strives to bag Major trophies. Whilst we all love nailbiting finishes, let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to have the comfort of an easy 28 shot Bougle win like Basil had in 2012/13? 

Who creams the opposition when they triumph? Who just scrapes over the line? Read on to find out.

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2012 Bash’n’Dash – Basil, the Barny Master

 

 

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The Gentlemen: Handicaps: Felix (+20?), Leroy (+20?), Cravo (+18), Basil (+10)

The first ever Bash’n’Dash was played over 18 holes at Barnbougle in the Winter of 2012. The Committee initially considered 18 holes + a number of novelty holes (opposite handed, blindfolded, kick and a throw etc) but ruled that out as too whimsical.

Bridport turned it on with a cracker of a day, but who would bring the golf fireworks?

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