Summer Anytime Series Final Results

After 5 weeks of intense competition, the final results are in for the Summer Anytime Series!  With week-long opportunities to take part, and the option to improve your result, the emergence of clear winners was never a given – and until the final week, it looked like there would be several dead heats.  But consistency over a period of time is tough, and each division finished with one person at the top of the list, with a perfect score. However, in many cases the final outcome was decided by a mere point.  Read David and Ken’s final Wraps here.

Congratulations to the winners and placegetters!

A Course –

  • Bruce Arthur (500)
  • Andrew Hester (499)
  • Emma Prime (498)

B Course –

  • Jim Taylor (500)
  • Tim Hatley (499)
  • Bruce Paterson (495)

C Course –

  • Tony Bird (500)
  • Carolyn Jackson (494)
  • Andrew Perkins (492)

D Course

  • Louise Lambert (500)
  • Debbie Dodd (499)
  • Graham Leary (498)

PW Course

  • Ricky Thackray (500)
  • Ian Dodd (496)
  • Sue Collard (493)

Click here for Week 5 and Final Results

We had over 1100 participations during the 5 weeks, and it was great to see many people mixing it up on different maps and different courses, while they enjoyed travelling across Melbourne.

Massive thanks to our scorer extraordinaire, Mark Besley – it was a huge job, done smoothly and efficiently.

We now look forward to Summer Series, starting from November 8.  See you there!

 

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