The second round of the Battle Trophy series was played on Saturday May 14th. 73 players entered on the day and played a course that is changing rapidly with warmer temperatures that are producing longer rough and placing a premium on accuracy. The winner on the day was Rob Cook, who came in with a nett 68, pipping Paddy Graham by one shot. Mr Graham has been on good form recently, with some good results on the Captain\'s Away Tour at Ferndown and Dudsbury.
Others in the mix on Saturday were Mark Jarvis, Matthew Warr, John Paul, Lewis Bradley and Norman Evans - all clustered on nett 70. Norman Evans won the Ken Tune Cup, which is a cup played within the Battle Trophy, awarded to the player with the lowest differential between their gross score and their age. Norman\'s gross 76 converted to a KT differential of 6, which should allow you maths students to have a pretty good guess at his age! This was a superb effort and congratulations are in order - well played sir!