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Paying the price for improper paperwork.

Eurest | Being safe |  31 March 2016

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As Leon Fricker’s golfing catastrophe shows — accuracy, is everything.

After one of the best rounds of his autumn season, Leon Fricker, a golfer from Ivybridge, Devon, won his latest tournament on the competitive US college circuit. But after being photographed with his new trophy, Leon got some bad news.

The perils of poor paperwork.
Unbeknownst to Leon, his scoring partner, a student from another university, had put down the wrong number on Leon’s scorecard.

In the unforgiving game of golf, this meant that Leon had ‘no carded’ and was automatically disqualified from the tournament — bad news for Leon and good news for Jeremy Wall, who was formerly in second place.

Accuracy is key.
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