GOLF WORKS PowerPlay
Golf is a three-hour tournament which will feature 12 superstar golfers of all ages and both sexes, including Graeme McDowell, John Daly, Paula Creamer and Helen Alfredsson.
Referee Andy Carson then sent four Stingrays to the home penalty box in quick succession, the three latter penalties overlapping giving the Vipers two five-on-three powerplay
chances of 34 and 23 seconds respectively.
An order of merit is being maintained during the series with prizes sponsored by PowerPlay
being presented at its conclusion.
A round of PowerPlay
Golf takes half the time of a normal 18-hole round.
The ninth and final hole is available to use as a PowerPlay
as a last roll of the dice for those trailing coming down the stretch.
with four minutes to go, however, yielded the winning goal.
However, Lugano doubled their lead with Astley scoring on the powerplay
with Giants defenceman Sandrock in the penalty box for holding.
After Scott Tanski rattled Wiikman's cross-bar, Clan grabbed a third goal on the powerplay
(3/3) with Josh Gratton adding to his two earlier assists to make it 4-4.
Britain turned the game around with three goals in just over two and a half minutes, started off when Kirk danced in to score low on the powerplay
Not lying on their laurels, the home side took advantage of their second powerplay
when Lewis Crisp put his side two goals up with 15 seconds remaining in the middle session.
Navid Malik, father of nine-year-old 'Wee Wonder' Taimur (featured in GulfWeekly), narrowly pipped his son to first place using the PowerPlay
count back system.
But Monty and Casey are the first star players to sign up to play in one or more of the innovative PowerPlay
Golf professional events that will be beamed live across the globe in 2011.
Vipers' captain Paul Sample was just settling into the away penalty box when Simon Lambert capitalised on the powerplay
to double the Giants' lead on 21 minutes.
PAUL Williams scored 18 points to emerge winner on week one of the PowerPlay
series, being held at the Royal Golf Club's floodlit Wee Monty par three course.
It is why, according to Peter McEvoy, a man who has seen just about everything there is to see in competitive golf, PowerPlay
Golf is the most exciting new development in the game.