The 2004 JoM - First full Results
David Morgan - Thursday, 13 May, 2004
There are a number of higher handicap players who have done very well so far - Harry Street won the Nett at the Schools and has 800 points, Steve Butler and Luke Jacques are both top 20 and Andrew Funell is showing some good early form. If you have a higher handicap, your chance will come in your club competitions and in Junior Opens. Join the JoM as soon as you can because points are not backdated. You could win the JoM title, or if you make top 24, you will be invited to play in the 2004 JoM Championship, the last counting event for this season, to play for some fantastic prizes, the JoM Champion trophy, and the final JoM points.
The first Junior Open counting towards the JoM is at Kidderminster at the end of this month - are you playing? If not, the telephone number for each Junior Open is on the right of the main Junior Open table. What about Finham on 11th July, the first event in Warwickshire?
Remember, in each Junior Open there are equal points for both gross and nett.