Tigers pounce on medals

PUBLISHED: 09:47 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:41 11 May 2010

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KINGSWAY Golf Centre Tiger Club held a medal day, and many Tigers found their handicaps had been cut following some excellent rounds. James Meechan was particularly impressive, finishing nine shots beneath his handicap and just missing out on a trophy. T

KINGSWAY Golf Centre Tiger Club held a medal day, and many Tigers found their handicaps had been cut following some excellent rounds.

James Meechan was particularly impressive, finishing nine shots beneath his handicap and just missing out on a trophy.

The third division was won by Jack Harrison, with Megan Daish second.

In the second division, Josh Austin came out on top with a round of 16, meaning he will now move up to division one. Charlie Duke came second.

A net score of 23 saw Joe Peachey take the medal, and his handicap has now been reduced to five.

Alex Huth came second with a net score of 25.

The nearest to pins went to Alex Huth on the first and James Meacham on the fifth.

* A free trial session with the Tiger club is open to all first- time players. For more information, phone 01763 262727, or visit www.tigerclub.com.

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