"....you do have to be a bit deranged to play golf"
-- Randolph Pauncefoot interviewed in the Daily Prophet (DP3)
Mr Pauncefoot (42) was interviewed by the Daily Prophet after its manager fired Alasdair Maddock. He was not supportive of the manager's treatment of the Magpies' Chaser and felt that what Maddock did in his spare time was his own business (DP3).
The English surname Pauncefoot has two sources. One is a place originally called Pantesfort (now called Ponsford), found in the 1086 Domesday Book for Devonshire. The other was first recorded in the Domesday Book for Hampshire as Paunceuolt, as the name of a man with a large belly (pance meaning "paunch" and volt meaning "rounded").
Although the date printed on the Daily Prophet Newsletter DP3 is 1 June 1999, the timeframe for that event is 1992-1993.