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Middleton Hall welcomes new captains

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Eighteen teams took to the tees for the annual captains drive-in at Middleton Hall Golf Club to welcome the new captains for the 2024 season in a fun competition of a Florida Scramble.All four teams achieved impressive scores of a net 56, which went to countback to decide the winners.This year, the captains decided to raise money for the same charity named the On Course Foundation, which supports the recovery of wounded, injured and sick veterans to re-introduce them to the game of golf.

Middleton winners Dave Freeman, Adam Lewarne, Jack Holman and Bill Boniface with seniors captain Ian Lowry.
Middleton winners Dave Freeman, Adam Lewarne, Jack Holman and Bill Boniface with seniors captain Ian Lowry.
Middleton runners-up Simon Brown, Jamie Freebairn and men's vice-captain Patrick Hilliard, pictured with seniors captain Ian Lowry. Part of the team but missing from the picture is Richard Matson.
Middleton runners-up Simon Brown, Jamie Freebairn and men’s vice-captain Patrick Hilliard, pictured with seniors captain Ian Lowry. Part of the team but missing from the picture is Richard Matson.
The new captains, from left: Lee Hasbury (men), Sandra Wellings (ladies) and Mark Platts (senior vice-captain).
The new captains, from left: Lee Hasbury (men), Sandra Wellings (ladies) and Mark Platts (senior vice-captain).

The captains would like to express their gratitude to all of the members who took part in the competition and the yardage competition card, which raised £450 for the charity.



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