Pallot Bowl and Goodchild Result
Double win for Turmel
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Diary Event

The Royal Jersey Golf Club’s 18-hole ‘Open’ was held in good conditions earlier today.

The event attracted 94 entrants, from all of the Island clubs along with a smattering of entrants from the UK, all playing for the Pallot Bowl (best handicap score) and the Goodchild Trophy (best scratch score).

For the first time in a number of years a single person claimed both trophies. La Moye member Kyle Turmel carded a level par 70 to win the Goodchild Trophy. Off his five handicap he returned a nett 65 to win the Pallot Bowl. He was out in one-under par 35 with birdies at the 1st, 3rd, 6th and 8th. A bogey at the 2nd and double bogey on the par 5 9th failed to derail him as he bounced back with a birdie at 10. Back-to-back bogeys, around the two par 3s, resulted in a back nine of 35.

Runner-up in the Pallot Bowl was Royal Jersey’s Jason Byrne with a nett 68 off his 10 handicap and he edged fellow member, Phil de Figueiredo into third place on a count back.

Winner of the scratch prize with a gross 71 was Royal Jersey’s Alex Guelpa – showing good form before next week’s inter-insular against Guernsey. In second place, on a countback, was CI Champion Harrison Carlyon and in third place, Royal Jersey’s Mat Hague with a 72.

A mention in despatches for John Beattie who aced the 8th hole during his round!!

Pictured with Kyle and his trophies is Past Captain Mike Hill, who stood in for Club Captain Howard Cooper who was unavailable through illness.

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