Ice Bowl 06

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Ice Bowl 06

Post by Gwyn » Tue Dec 13, 2005 12:54 pm

Sorry about the late post, but its been real busy in the Shire lately! Anyway, here it is......

Whitcombe Farm is proud to host –

Whitcombe Ice Bowl III
January 14/15, Whitcombe Farm, Beaminster, Dorset DT8 3NE

Format
To be confirmed, but will most likely be the same punishing Ript card format as last year and/or handicapped. Lots of golf for everyone whatever happens.

Tournament Fees
For two days
Adult £12.00 (£5 minimum to charity)
£2.00 reduction for BDGA members
Student, unwaged, junior (16 and under on 31 December 05)
£10.00 (£5 minimum to charity)
£2.00 reduction for BDGA members
For one day
Half of the appropriate fee as described above

Schedule
Sat 14 January Sun 15 January
0830 Registration opens 0900 Player’s meeting and third round
0900 Registration closes 1300 Fourth round (approx time)
0930 Players' meeting & first round 1530 Prize giving
1330 Second round (approx time)

Dependant on sponsorship, we hope have lots of prizes (no cash) to give out over the weekend. If you’d like to donate a prize we’d be delighted! Spot prizes will be up for grabs all w/e e.g. Closest to Pin, Longest Drive etc. Mulligans (the option to take a shot again) will also be on sale like previous years.

Course
Courses played will be a mixture of regular and jungle holes. Be prepared for some crazy golf!
(Furze Lane basket to Bunny Valley basket? Mmm…possibilities…)

Food
Please bring your own breakfast and lunch (kitchen facilities available in the Summer House), pub meal on Saturday night at the Greyhound. Nearest shops and cash point are in Beaminster, 10-15 minutes walk from Whitcombe. Please be advised some shops do not open on Sunday.

Accommodation
Camping £1 pppn, Summer House floor space £1 pppn or Summer House bed £2.50 pppn.
Water, toilets and showers available with all options. Local B&Bs can be found in Beaminster village.



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Gwyn Wilden
Flat 1b St Helens Mill House
St Helens Warf
Abingdon
Oxon OX14 5EN

Mobile 07980 823 858
Email gwyn.wilden@gmail.com
Summer House 01308 863 566 (only use on the tournament weekend)
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Re: Ice Bowl 06

Post by bruce » Tue Dec 13, 2005 1:16 pm

Gwyn wrote:the same punishing Ript card format as last year
Aah, the memories :D
Guess I won't be able to 'lose disc' your swirl this year, as it now resides in the Essex lake... :cry:

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Re: Ice Bowl 06

Post by Tim » Tue Dec 13, 2005 1:36 pm

Bruce wrote:
Gwyn wrote:the same punishing Ript card format as last year
Aah, the memories :D
Guess I won't be able to 'lose disc' your swirl this year, as it now resides in the Essex lake... :cry:
I doubt it's still there, there has been a new local who likes to go wading and then keeps all the discs :evil:

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Re: Ice Bowl 06

Post by Gwyn » Tue Dec 13, 2005 2:48 pm

Bruce wrote:
Gwyn wrote:the same punishing Ript card format as last year
Aah, the memories :D
Guess I won't be able to 'lose disc' your swirl this year, as it now resides in the Essex lake... :cry:
Don't you worry Brucey Bonus, there's plenty more where that one came from! :D
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Post by madfrolfer » Tue Dec 13, 2005 5:37 pm

I doubt it's still there, there has been a new local who likes to go wading and then keeps all the discs
You still whining about that Tim? If that guy is getting down to his underwear, and wading in the lake at the temperatures it has been lately... He deserves to keep any disc he pulls out!

It's likely he will do better with any of yours than you do!! :lol:
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Post by Tim » Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:27 am

Yep I am Mr Postman, now get back to sorting the mail... and i'll carry on whining about honesty and decency in the world

Tim the whiner :evil:
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Post by Gwyn » Mon Jan 09, 2006 8:03 am

Hello all,

I can now confirm the format for Whitcombe Icebowl II.

The tournament will be handicapped stroke play over 3 x 12 modern jungle holes on the Saturday (due to a pheasant shoot on most of the land.) and a modern 18 followed by an ancient 12 on the Sunday.

There will be plenty of prizes up for grabs after generous sponsorship from Discology and Drunken Munkey DGC. Also I would like to thank the Green family for waiving any costs for hiring the summerhouse and, of course, the course! This means lots more money for charity!

If everybody who has shown an interest shows on the day, we should have a respectable turn out. But there’s plenty of room for anyone else who fancies a pre Frostbreaker warm up.

See ya there,

Gwyn :D :D :D
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