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evergreen tree of southern United States having large stiff glossy leaves and huge white sweet-smelling flowers

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Bull Bay 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.
This year's event, which has a pounds 12,500 prize fund, is again expected to be a tough affair, according to Bull Bay head professional John Burns.
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.
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.
The five very cold and tired occupants were transferred to the lifeboat and the casualty boat towed to Bull Bay where we handed all of them over to the Cemaes coastguard team.
That event finished in a tie between Rhyl couple Tim Leah and Mark McAllister and Bull Bay combination John Burns and John Horton.
The costumes suggest a date in the early 20th century Bull Bay from a postcard of 1904 Bull Bay in 1956 Eleth Hotel, Amlwch, reputed to have had Charles Dickens as a guest at the time of the Royal Charter disaster in 1859.
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.
GOLF: Whitchurch open the defence of their Welsh ladies' team championship over the North Wales course at Llandudno in June with a firstround tie against Anglesey outfit Bull Bay.
The winner of the Scratch comp at Bull Bay was Alwyn Thomas of Nefyn ahead of Aled Jones, while Thomas also claimed the Nett prize, with Bull Bay's Emlyn Roberts in second place in the standings.
There were joint winners of the pro-am event with Bull Bay duo John Burns and John Horton and Rhyl couple Tim Leah and Colin Hall each collecting 42 points, one more than John Kelly and Angel.
The first crunch matches between Anglesey and Flintshire will be played at Bull Bay on July 3.
50, child free; Sunningdale, Bull Bay, 11am-4pm - pounds 3, child pounds 1 ?
Trireme Ynys Mn Rowing Club left Bull Bay at 6am on Sunday - returning to the same point 13 hours and 40 minutes later.