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Oa Saturday at Btllekoowes the St. Andrew’s Coir Club played a match for their Record Reign medal. The day was fine overhead, but the ground was still very heavy from the recent rain, whilst the wind proved most deceptive, coming as it did in gusts, and completely puzzled many of the oldest players. Mr Sneddon, who has only recently joined the ranks of golfers, but who is not unknown on the bowling green, was declared the winner with a net score tf 89. Following are the chief scores: — Mr Sneddon 113 24 - 89 Sir Stokes ... ... ... 96 4 Mr Johnston ... ... ... 94 0 Mr Crow 118 24 - 94 Mr Kerens ... ... ... 112 IS Mr B. Smith ... ... ... E6 0—96 Mr M'Carthy ... 112 12-100

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GOLF., Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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GOLF. Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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