Tee Set Eclectic

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The Tee Set Eclectic is a multi-round golf tournament, also known as a Ringer tournament, that results in one 18-hole score per player, based on the lowest net score that player recorded on each hole of the X number of rounds he played, during the now 4 Monthly Medals in that cycle. The winner will not only have bragging rights for around 4 months, but will also get his name immortalized on the Tee Set Eclectic trophy, and all this with no extra work from the players, as the scores are all taken off your Tee Set scorecard by our secretaries.

Cycle XII

Cycle XII will begin with the January 2020 Monthly Medal and run through to April 2020. Time for our first repeat winner?

Cycle XI

Cycle XI consisted of 4 rounds running during the monthly medals in the period of August to December 2019 (not counting November which is our Championship month) and again we were to emerge from round 4 with a new winner.

September Monthly Medal winner and Round 3 leader, Tom Grace, maintained his lead from the chasing pack and with an improvement of 5 holding off Cycle VIII winner Amol Singhal, Jochen Overberg and Jari Antikainen who all finished in a tie for 2nd.

With trophy missing at the presentation due to a SNAFU by President Roger Finnie, Tom needed to imagine what it would be like to hold it…. no worries Tom, we’ll get an update soon enough!

Cycle X – Final Result: Matthew Powell Champion

After 3 rounds of Cycle X, there were a bunch of contenders headed by Cycle VII champion James Ross. We headed into the final round with high expectations of hailing our first repeat champion but with James unable to find any improvement on his Eclectic Score on the day, Matthew Powell‘s birdie on the last hole was enough to launch him into the lead and secure the crown for Cycle X. Matthew was having his last game with Tee Set before departing for Canada with work so we know we will have a new champion in Cycle XI.

Commiserations to James and Congratulations to Matthew.


Cycle IX – Final Result: Lorenzo Marengo Champion

Having been tied for the lead after 2 rounds, Lorenzo edged ahead of Cycle VII champion, James Ross in round 3 but also saw a strong posse of contenders pull closer to the leading 2 players. In round 4, Lis Wymer the Monthly Medalist, Richie Tiblani and James Ross all improved to an Eclectic Score of 55 to tie for second as Lorenzo eeked out 2 additional scores to win Cycle IX on 53 points. Congratulations to Lorenzo for winning this cycle, continuing the trend of a new winners every cycle….. so far!

Cycle VIII – Final Result: Amol Singhal Champion

Having taken the lead with his fantastic score in Round 3, Amol held on to beat the hard charging Wahyu Budi and David Baglivo to become our 8th different winner since we started this event. Congratulations to Amol.

Cycle VII – Final Result: James Ross Champion

Round 3 saw Lis Wymer and Laurie O’Connor shoot up the leaderboard with improvements of 12 and 11 strokes, respectively, to their Eclectic scores and with another former winner Craig Edwards lurking, there was all to play for in Round 4. Despite a wobbly start James Ross steadied his round to improve his score by 2 and narrowly hold off defending Eclectic Trophy holder, Laurie O’Connor. A very happy and perhaps slightly relieved James Ross collected the trophy from President Roger Finnie after the final round in this cycle at Cengkareng. Congratulations to James who will now join the former winners below in having his name engraved on the trophy.


Past Champions


Eclectic Trophies

The current trophy

The now retired ‘coffin’ trophy

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