SEACHANGE Village Arundel residents enjoyed a fun, social day out on the green at the second annual Seachange Masters Golf Championship at the start of the month.
We had a fantastic turn out for the day, with 10 teams of four people participating in the Ambrose style competition at the Arundel Hills Golf Club on June 1.
The rules were simple: all players in the team teed off, the best shot was selected and all team players had to hit again from that same spot. The best second shot was then selected, with all players hitting from that same spot. This continued until the ball was holed.
All teams were selected by handicaps for a fair competition.
At the end of the day, the winning team, comprising of Jenny Parmenter, Judy Smith, Steve Fowler and Phil Goodman, won a perpetual trophy for its efforts.
Winning team member Jenny said it was a great social day of golf.
“Obviously winners are grinners, but everyone had fun as well,” she said.
“We all played very well as a team that day but on the last shot Judy chipped off the green and it just kept going and going and then it went in. It was quite a long putt! I would love to participate again even if I’m not on a winning team.”
The team thanked Seachange Village Arundel for its sponsorship of the annual event.