Working together. 17th January 2018.
Ladies Captain Mandy Head and Senior Vice -Captain Bill Bond lead a group of volunteers out on to the practice area under the watchful eye of Club Pro Andrew Hayes.
They worked together to collect range balls so that members could at least go out and practice on the range in the current wet conditions. The ground had proved too wet for the machine to collect the practice balls. They were all glad to come in and have a rewarding cuppa. Well done everyone.
Seeing in the New Year in style.
130 members, guests and visitors enjoyed a fabulous New Year's Eve party at the club. We were greeted with a welcome glass of bubbly and the night continued in the same sparkling vein.
The meal was superb and extremly well served by the staff, and the band,Twisted Vinyl, kept the partygoers dancing up to and beyond midnight.
Many thanks to the management and staff for producing such a brilliant night. A special thank you to Rob and Sandra Ford for organising everything and everybody.
I'd like to wish Graham and Felicity, members, management and staff a very happy and hopefully drier New Year.
CLUB AND SECTION CAPTAINS JOHN, MANDY AND JON
WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL MEMBERS, STAFF AND MANAGEMENT TEAM
A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS
AND A VERY HAPPY GOLFING 2018.
Photos & Results - CAPTAINS DRIVE IN & Scramble
The Captains ready to Drive In. Whose went the furthest?
Club Captain - John Paterson. Click to view all 10 images...
Lady Captain - Mandy Head.
Seniors's Captain - Jon Searl.
Junior Captain - Ruben Stacey.
The Captains took 3rd place
Chic Breslin collecting 5th prize for his team.
Despite overnight heavy rain the green keeping staff managed to get the course open for the 2017 Captain Drive In Texas Scamble. 28 teams of 4 entered and an enjoyable day was had by all. Norman Banfield did his usual amazing management of the event and results. Club Captain John Paterson raised £200 to start this year St Margarets charity fund.
|Captains's Drive in|
|4 Person Scramble|
|Saturday 4 November|
|1st||N.Goodliff, C.Chick, P.Harding, A.Gibson||58.8||Net|
|2nd||G.French, S.Hodder, W.Allen, S.Stopforth||59.2||Net|
|3rd||J.R.Paterson, Mandy Head, J.Searl, R.Stacey||60.1||Net||Bk9|
|4th||M.Champion, K.Wills, F.Penny, M.Hawkins||60.1||Net|
|5th||N.Dennis, N.Griffiths, B.Campbell, C.Breslin||61.1||Net|
|6th||N.Hewitson, S.Dobson, M.Stringer, A.Pilkington||61.6||Net|
|7th||S.Bennett, B.Harding, N.Phillips, G.Bourne||62.0||Net|
|8th||P.Burch, M.Lawlor, H.McGuire, J.Rogers||62.2||Net||Bk9|
|9th||P.Wills, B.Bond, Sarah Uzzell, J.Coward||62.2||Net|
|10th||D.Wickens, J.McGhee, J.Drummond, A.Potepa||62.8||Net|
|11th||G.Load, B.Smith, C.Slocombe, T.Forward||63.3||Net|
|12th||J.Massheder, K.Massheder, A.Hainsworth, Denise Malling||63.6||Net|
|13th||S.Wheatley, N.Dean, T.Atkins, M.Pengelly||63.8||Net|
|14th||J.Padfield, C.Blackwell, G.Edmunds, H.Callow||64.0||Net|
|15th||Becky Cousins, S.Cousins, T.Edwards, Gill Edwards||64.7||Net|
|16th||R.Dore, N.Banfield, J.Williams, L.Coward||64.8||Net|
|17th||J.Pakulski, I.Jackaman, A.Dimmick, M.Knibbs||65.1||Net||Bk2|
|18th||Carole Paterson, Chris Jowett, S.Uzzell, J.Jowett||65.1||Net|
|19th||Ann McRae, D.Baker, Angela Baker, R.Head||65.3||Net|
|20th||F.Pengelly, T.Liljebakk, A.Stanton, L.Wheatley||65.4||Net|
|21st||J.Malling, L.Greenwood-King, D.Mason, Shirley Rodgers||66.1||Net||Bk9|
|22nd||D.Lock, B.Durrant, S.Oliver, R.Harwood||66.1||Net|
|23rd||P.Littlejohns, I.Littlejohns, N.Baker, G.Nickelson||66.3||Net|
|24th||J.Blackwell, M.Poole, P.Lock, M.Head||66.7||Net|
|25th||T.Griffin, A.Bath, J.Parker, I.Clark||67.8||Net|
|26th||Anne Agnew, N.Stacey, Ros Williams, C.Arscott||68.7||Net|
Trounson Trophy Report
OH SO CLOSE!!!!
Wes Allen, John Parkinson, Tim Edwards and Henry Edwards represented Long Sutton in Sunday’s SGU Trounson Trophy, a team strokeplay event with best 3 of 4 nett scores to count. An early score of +12 for Oake Manor 1 looked as though it could be enough to win it in very difficult conditions until Wes came in with a magnificent 1 under par 71. Wes was closely followed by John Parkinson with a 3 over 74, meaning either Tim or Henry needed 10 over or better for Long Sutton to take a late lead. Tim struggled in the conditions and shot 13 over 85 but Henry battled on and came in with a 10 over 82 giving a best 3 score of +11. Other team scores were coming in but no one was challenging and we waited for the last 2 teams of Taunton & Pickeridge and Clevedon 1. T & P’s first 2 scores gave them 12 over and Clevedon’s first 2 were 18 over....still looking good. T & P’s next 2 scores gave them a best 3 score of +18, Clevedon’s next card gave them a score of +23. It was all looking good until the very last card was handed in…… level par. It meant that Clevedon’s worst score of +14 was dropped and they ended with + 9, pipping Long Sutton for the Trounson Trophy by 2 shots.
Our team still carried away the runners up prize, The Windwhistle Trophy, and nobody could match Wes’s score as he took the President’s Shield.
Massive congratulations to all 4 players, none of whom had played Clevedon before.
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