Sunday 2nd April saw the return of Med Golf to La Cańada for the Gedime Motors Trophy tournament. The event was played in warm sunshine and a gentle breeze – ideal golf conditions.

Peter Grüetter was champion of the day with a very fine 36 Stableford points. Peter won the Gedime Motors Trophy and two green fees on the San Roque Club Old course. He also won the Best Senior Trophy and the prize for the Best Pair with his playing partner Patrick Holmes with a combined score of 61 Stableford points. Moreover, Peter will have made a significant move up the Jyske Bank Order of Merit List.

The best performance on the par 3 holes was Duncan Hamilton with a gross score of 1 over par beating John Hunter on handicap. The Longest Drive Trophy was won by Duncan Hamilton. The Best Gross Trophy, for which every hole must be scored, was won by Kevin Jones with a score of 84.   

Category 1 (handicaps 0 to 12): the runner up with 29 points was David MacGregor who also featured strongly in the nearest the pin prize list below. The winner was Javi Hunter with a score of 32 points.

Category 2 (handicaps 13 to 22): the runner up was Peter Andlaw with 33 points and the winner was Kevin Jones with score of 34 points.

Category 3 (handicap 23 and above): James Barr was runner up with 24 points having narrowly missed out on handicap from winning the Fiduciary Trophy at the last event. The winner was George Clayton with a score of 28 points.

Nearest the pin winners were: David MacGregor twice, Pedro Manzano, Roy Azopardi and Matthew Gerard. Nearest to the pin in 2 on a par 4 was Jorden Brown and nearest to the pin in 3 on a par 5 was David MacGregor. 

The prizes were presented by Med Golf’s Camille Benezrah. The prize giving was followed by a card draw for a litre bottle of Johnnie Walker Red Label whiskey, and invitation vouchers for 2 green fees on the San Roque Club Old, and lunch at the Star Bar in Gibraltar both courtesy of Jyske Bank, the Med Golf Order of Merit sponsor.

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