The football club golf day went down to the wire and was eventually decided by 2 nervous putts. 6 teams competed for the top prize and ‘nearest the pin’ prizes we’re open for all to win on 3 of the 18 holes. Once again we were made very welcome at Knowle Golf Club which was in magnificent condition and this year unlike last the weather was kind to us. Nearest the pin on 10 was won by Graham Cheeseman and on 6 by Matt Hill but despite the field being littered with talented golfers nobody managed to finish on the green on 12 a long par 3 into the teeth of a light breeze. Leigh White, Mark Brown and Ollie Clements drew with a team led by club legend Graham (Chopper) Cheeseman ably assisted by his mate Colin from work and John Clements. There can only be 1 winner in a tournament like this so it was decided that Whitey and Chopper would have a nearest the pin putt off. After a tense Rock, Paper Scissors contest If was decided that Whitey would go first and he left his putt way short of the target. Chop stepped up and managed to somehow keep his nerve and rolled his putt much closer to the chosen hole to claim the win for his team. A special thanks should go to Nick Curtis for organising the day, and the prizes he managed to come up with were truly breathtaking. Let’s hope that next year the title can be defended without the need for masks and Social distancing.