Tim Yeo, Shadow Minister for Culture, Media and Sport, arrived at Sandford Springs Golf Club for a round with local Conservatives. He is pictured with Christopher Surtees, who was in the winning team.
"Over 70 people turned out to play golf with Tim Yeo, on a wonderful autumn morning. Each team of four started at a different hole at 9.30, with play continuing until about 2.30 when we had lunch. Tim is a star player, with a handicap of nine, and he put in the longest drive. Many thanks to Col Van der Noot and Lady Johnson Ferguson for organising this successful event."
Next year, the event will be held at Dummer Golf Club.
This year's Programme.
NORTH WEST HAMPSHIRE CONSERVATIVES GOLF DAY
FRIDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2001
There will be both individual (mens and ladies) and team prizes in this Handicap Stabteford competiton. Teams will comprise 4 people so you can either compile your own or we can help you make up or join a team.
In addition there will be prizes for
o Longest Drive - Ladies & Gentlemen
0 Nearest the Pin
o Twos Sweepstake and Ball Sweep
The day will be based on a shotgun start at 9.3Oam. Bacon sand-wiches and coffee will be served from 8.15am. A two course lunch will be served at around 2.45pm followed immediately by the prizegiving.
The golf day is open to members and non-members of the Associa-tion.
Our playing guest of honour will be Tim Yeo MP and we will be joined at lunch by Sir George Young MP