Middlesex: Men’s Handicap Championship

Haste Hill’s Paul Dimmer is presented with the individual winners trophy by Middlesex director of coaching Darragh Coghlan

Double success for Haste Hill’s Paul

MIDDLESEX: Wednesday May 26th

Haste Hill’s Paul Dimmer was the only player in the Middlesex Handicap Championships to shoot under his par, leading his team to the title at Pinner Hill GC.

The 12-handicapper claimed an impressive 39 points, three clear of North Middlesex’s Phil Daly. Tricky pin positions and strong winds certainly tested the skills of the 61 entrants.

After a mixture of bogeys and pars on the front nine garnered him 19 points, a birdie at the par five tenth kicked off his back nine in great style and four more pars lifted him to 20 points on the way back.

Paul, together with Jacky Wonghen (30pts), Stuart Cella (23) and Clive Stasin (22) took the team prize with the best three scores contributing to their 92-point total.

Top ten individual scores (stableford)
1) Paul Dimmer (12, Haste Hill) 39
2) Phil Daly (21, North Middlesex) 36
3) Alan Megson (18, Northwood) 35
4) Samir Shah (20, Pinner Hill) 35
5) Binoy Dharsi (22, Pinner Hill) 34
6) Jon White (16, Ealing) 31
7) Irvine Walker (23, Pinner) 31
8) Vishal Dhanak (18, Harewood Downs) 31
9) James Stewart (12, Ealing) 31
10) James Brigden (12, Ealing) 30
For full scores click here
Top 3 teams (best 3 out of 4 scores to count)
1) Haste Hill #1 92 (P Dimmer 39, J Wonghen 30, S Cella 23, C Stasin 22)
2) Ealing #2 89 (J White 31, J Brigden 30, M Partridge 28, J McCorkindale 24)
3) Pinner Hill #2 86 (I Walker 31, S Nicholas-Hale 29, S Selwyn 26, P Herting 20)
For all the scores click here