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greensome

(ˈɡriːnsəm)
n
(Golf) golf a match for two pairs in which each of the four players tees off and after selecting the better drive the partners of each pair play that ball alternately. Compare fourball, foursome2
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Al Ain Richard Mylrea (Emirates Golf Federation) and his companion Bogdan Schiopu from Al Ain Equestrian Shooting & Golf Club claimed the prize of overall winners in the National Day Captains Greensome Golf Day.
The action tees off on Monday, August 6, with a Senior Mixed Greensome, followed later in the week by Ladies' and Men's Open Fourball Stable-fords, plus a Men's Senior event and a further mixed tournament.
More than 60 golfers took part in the event, which is part of the world's largest amateur golf tournament series played in a Greensome Stableford format.
The meet will feature two formats, starting with a greensome format that will feature two players from each team.
Greensome Trophy: 1 Will Smith & Tom Charley, 2 Neville Gardner & Mark Woolerton, 3 Johnny Reay & Tom Charley.
Helen Brick and Davis Jones (38) won a mixed greensome from Yvonne and Trevor Cottrell (34) with Jill and Roy Williams (32) third.
OVER 100 members of Huddersfield Golf Club played in a mixed Greensome for the prestigious Fixby Masters Trophy.
They were Steven Patrick Bartlett, aged 38, of Greensome Close, and Nicola Jayne Marston, aged 26, of West Way.
Lisa was playing for Great Barr GC in the Notts club's mixed open greensome competition.
WARKWORTH ( Greensome Pairs: M Dawson & D Hindhaugh 43 pts, K & M Hindhaugh 42, J Grey & R Wilson 42, J Hay & S Pringle 41.
lINVERURIE GC are accepting late entries on 01467 620193 for their Gibbs/Sirs Gents Open Greensome on Sunday May 9.
Their three under par greensome tally hoisted them five under par on 208 in the pounds 70,000 jackpot scramble.