Tigers swing into action

PUBLISHED: 14:37 08 November 2007 | UPDATED: 15:19 12 May 2010

Tigers swing into action

Tigers swing into action

KINGSWAY Tigers have swung back into action with their first monthly medal taking place at the Kingsway Golf Centre in Melbourn. Seventeen keen young golfers, divided into three divisions, took to the par 3 course with prizes on offer for first and secon

KINGSWAY Tigers have swung back into action with their first monthly medal taking place at the Kingsway Golf Centre in Melbourn.

Seventeen keen young golfers, divided into three divisions, took to the par 3 course with prizes on offer for first and second place within each division, and two nearest the pins.

Joe Peachey finished first ahead of Sam Chipperfield in Division One, while Charles Duke finished ahead of Emily Smith in Division Two. James Daish claimed top spot in Division Three with Dominic Clatworthy finishing second.

The nearest the pin winners were Harry Winstanley and Joe Peachey.

- For more information on The Tiger Club at Kingsway contact 01763 262727 or visit the website mark@thetigerclube.com

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