A founding member of the GWT, our best player and the man with the greatest career on Tour. Indomitable. Uncompromising. Friendly! Super fit! Consistently awesome.
In order to prepare for their Title defence, the League hired a sneaky golf PI firm – Cranberry, Puddle & Leech Associates – to assess the strengths and weaknesses of each player on the GWT. Here are the results, along with novelty photos:
Ian Hermanis, aka the Herminator, was the fifth member to join the GWT, and has been a crowd and player favourite ever since.
The Fairness in Handicapping Committee of the Gentlepersons’ World Tour (FIHCOT) recently met. After prawn cocktails and shots of tequila, the esteemed Gents cast their learned eyes over the matters to hand, namely, the efficacy of the current handicapping system for the Tour.
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.
With (at least) one more baby due this year, the Gentlepersons’ World Tour had some scheduling issues to consider in laying out the Majors for 2018.
The Committee also had to take into account the packed 2019 schedule when planning the 2018 roster.