If. H. GLADING BRILLIANT RECORD ROUND AT HAMILTON NINE BIRDIES IN CARD OF 65 [FROM our OWN correspondent] HAMILTON. Sunday The brilliant Hamilton amateur golfer, R. H. Glading, had a remarkable round of 65 in a bogey competition held yesterday by the Hamilton Club, this being a record for the course. Glading also held the previous record of 69. In a splendid sequence of scores, Glading returned nine birdies and nine bogeys, and finished nine strokes under the scratch score of the course. His largest score at any hole was a five at the 16th. a distance of 470 yds., at which his drive found a bad lie and his second failed to reach the green. Glading's bogey card was 7 up.
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REMARKABLE GOLF, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVII, Issue 23780, 7 October 1940
REMARKABLE GOLF New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVII, Issue 23780, 7 October 1940
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