pair Jack Carter and David Glyn Parry were Anglesey's only winners in the morning and Carter won his singles in the afternoon along with his club mates Lee Baynes and Toby O'Connor and Rhosneigr's Mark Jones.
But the bad news first: Much of Bull Bay
is shallow and there are no marked channels within the bay or at the entrances.
STILL A YOUNG GUN: Brian Lee is targeting success in the Ryder Cup Wales Welsh Open Young PGA Professional Championship at Bull Bay
A spokesman for North Wales Police said yesterday: 'There has been an incident in Bull Bay
off Anglesey where a diver's body has been found in the sea.'
But the building in the village of Bull Bay
could now be given a new lease of life after a screening application was submitted to planning chiefs.
"As part of our Summer of Golf programme next year, we look forward to returning to Bull Bay
for the second year running for the young professional event, supported by Anglesey County Council, where players enjoyed a test of endurance in 2008 on the tough links course.
Boats are launched from Bull Bay
at 10am on all three days.
25: Anglesey Wildlife Trust's "Picnic with a Porpoise", Bull Bay
pair Carter and Glyn Parry stemmed the tide for Anglesey in the last two games.
FOR the second successive year Bull Bay
's gorse-strewn course proved a prickly customer as it refused to bow to the massed ranks of professionals in the opening round of the Ryder Cup Wales 2010 Welsh Open Young Professional Championship.
Revised Draw: First Round, North Wales v Abergele; Caernarfon v Llandudno Maesddu; Vale of Llangollen v Vale of Glamorgan; Wrexham v Aberdovey; Royal St David's v Raglan Parc; Bull Bay
v Whitchurch; Borth & Ynyslas v Monmouthshire; Carmarthen v Holyhead; Creigiau v Monmouth; Pyle & Kenfig v Abersoch; Aberystwyth v Conwy; Brynhill v Pennard; Nefyn & District v Royal Porthcawl; Radyr v Bargoed.
The Georg Stage, an 85-yearold Danish clipper is understood to have sailed from Vigo in Spain to Bull Bay
where it dropped anchor on Tuesday.
At Conwy the home side won the morning foursomes 3-1 but then Baron Hill's Dewi Caughter and Bull Bay
's Sion Thomas won the first two singles for Anglesey to draw level, only for Caernarfonshire to win four of the remaining six, with two matches halved.
Anyway, we checked in for the two-night golf safari offered by the hotel and were set to play two courses: Baron Hill Golf Club, a nine-hole, par 34 moorland course at the south side of Beaumaris; and Bull Bay
Golf Club, an 18-hole, par 70, heathland course, set amid rugged terrain, one mile west of Amlwch.
's John Burns and Mark Sheppard, from Conwy were also in the money.