Well, that is it. Well done to Sam for winning this year’s Order of Merit, and for confirming his place at Woodhall Spa on the 21st October. After the final competition of this season, the lucky top 29 players know who they are and are ready to take part in the shootout on September 30th. If someone is not available to play in the shootout, then the next player in the Order of Merit will be invited to step up. If you want a quick peek to smile at your fortune or rue your lost chances, this is the final Leader Board and Order of Merit…
The penultimate competition has been played and there is just one to go this Saturday…
It is worth 400 points and could lift a player from the mid ranks of the table to that ultimate goal of being in the top 30, so all to play for. Here is the current Order of Merit, updated after this last midweek Stableford:
As we enter the last few competitions, George Boddy has managed to secure his place in the top thirty with a third win this season and a useful 400 points. After the break for course maintenance, the last couple of competitions will play out in September before that all important play off at the end of that month. There are still places up for grabs, so good luck to you all. Here is the current Order of Merit:
Well done to Paul Gough for his win in the midweek Stableford for August. There are three competitions left now as we head towards the final showdown in September, but plenty of points that could make the difference as to whether you finish in the top 30 or just outside it. Here is the current Order of Merit:
Congratulations to Mick Wheatley who collected the 600 points on offer for winning the ‘Major’ with a combined score of 138, beating Sam and Glenn by 2 shots. Well done also to Club Captain, Glenn Price for a good win in the President’s Putter Round 2. There are just 4 competitions to go and plenty of hustling in the lower orders could get you into that top 30 for the play off. Here is the current Order of Merit:
A great start to the President’s Putter with 5 players in contention for the top spot. This bodes well for some good scores next week and for the 600 points for the combined score to shake things up on the Leader Board.
Here is the current Order of Merit:
Just 6 competitions to go, but those in the top positions still have all to play for and there will be some big points up for grabs in the next few weeks. Well done to David Taylor as his win has moved him up to 4th place. However, there is still time to muscle your way close to the top and to secure a place in the play-off. Here is the new Order of Merit:
Well, Peter Poolan’s win has moved him 4 places up the Order of Merit. Here is the updated table after 18 events:
After 17 competitions, the last three have provided a bonanza of points for Kris Owen with a first, second and first finish, worth a massive 1000 points! However, Sam is still holding on, but as this week shows you can move up the leader board quickly if you are on form.
Here is the latest Order of Merit:
After 15 events, the leader board still has several players in contention for the top spots. Kris Owen has posted another top ten finish, this time taking first place with an excellent nett 65. Congratulations!
Here is the current Leader Board:
Congratulations to James Cartwright for bagging the 600 points after an excellent nett 61 at the weekend. Several other players also added to their ongoing totals including 450 points for Brendan Boyce and 400 for Mick Jordan. Sam Pollard kept himself in contention coming 9th and earning a useful 260 points. Here is the leader board as it stands now:
Well done to Matt Catton who is now back in the top 30 after having dropped out last week. A good win for anyone this weekend could see them rocket towards the top as it is a Major (the Three Trophies) worth 600 points. Good luck to you all.
After 12 competitions, the leader board is beginning to settle down, but there are still plenty of places up for grabs to be in with a chance of battling it out later this year. Congratulations to Colin on his win which has moved him up to 11th place from a previous 33rd. All in the right direction.
More good scoring, especially on a dry and generous course. Well done to George for moving up to third with his win in the Petfood’s Trophy and Mick, who is also creeping up the Order of Merit. However, Sam is still the player to catch.
Keep it up!
A new order of merit after two competitions this week with winners who are moving up the leader board. Congratulations to those who have increased their scored substantially, but there is still a way to go.
A massive 600 points for winning the Ludlow Bowl has done Sam the world of favours. However, there is still lots to do and – as the saying goes- it is not all over until the fat lady sings!
After seven competitions, the pace is hotting up. The next competition, The Ludlow Bowl, is worth a massive 600 points to the winner as it is the second major of the year. It is still all to play for!
And so – a new leader of the pack!! Well done Sam sweeping to the top from ninth position, but there are plenty of people breathing down his neck. Remember, you need to be in it to win it and the more competitions you enter, the more chances of scoring those all important points.
After 5 events, here is the new Order of Merit. Remember it is still early days and there are plenty of players in contention.
Order of Merit Table from the 12th May – Ray Catton has swept to the top of the board with his excellent win.
Here is the first Order of Merit Table as of 2nd May 2018. There is still a long way to go!!