Good morning, Gentlemen,
The weather has slightly improved, as a result of which we have started using the main tees and must thank Jack & his team for keeping them in good condition over the last few months of extremely wet weather.
We are now in a very active part of the year with lots of competitions taking place as well as club matches. Please register for as many as you are able to.
In this connection please find attached the current overall updated calendar for the months of May and June 2024, together with the calling notices for the May Club Competitions. Copies of these details will also be placed on the notice board in the changing room.
Just to reiterate my previous reminder, remember that all members who have the requisite number of previously registered rounds and a formal handicap, are entitled to play in these club competitions,
Saturday  4th May
As usual, simply form your own groups for this event on the day.
Tuesday 14th May - morning only event.
This competition is open to all club members who are Grandads and who have an active handicap. Non-grandads may play but can’t win the main prizes.
Please note that I will be running this event overall and to register you need to contact me on or before Sunday 12th May after which I will carry out the draw.
So contact me at:
Saturday 18th May 2024
This is a Board Competition. It is a Mixed Bogey Competition and you should form your own groups for the event.
Friday 24th May 2024
THE MONTHLY FRIDAY MIXED STABLEFORD. You can enter this competition at any time during the day.
Please contact John White at:  with any related queries.
Kind Regards
01494 562862
Mobile: 07807 776461

4 Ball Better Ball Club Comps – Update from Barry

For those members playing in the 4BBB pairs knockout competitions and those playing inter club matches please note that England Golf have now changed the handicap calculation as follows.

Firstly, find the course handicap for each player for the course being played (white, gold or bronze). From the four course handicaps, calculate the difference between the lowest handicapped player and each of the other three competitors. Once you have established those three handicaps (the lowest player is always off scratch) you take 90% of that handicap as the playing handicap. The playing handicap is rounded down if the decimal is 0.1 to 0.4 and rounded up if the decimal is 0.5 to 0.9.

I had not appreciated England Golf had planned this change when I set up the summer knockouts so the rules stated in HDIDo are incorrect. Please now apply this formula in all 4BBB matches.

Best wishes

Barry Woledge

Charity Family Day – Support Motor Neurone Disease Association

Sue Pomeroy has organised a charity fund raiser for MNDA, for Sunday 12th May, please spread the word...

  • Know anyone who would like to introduce their kids / grandkids to golf?
  • Know anyone that would like to try 4/5 holes on the Championship Course as a get back into golf, taster = free of charge?

For just £5 ( all of which goes to charity ) kids will get a fun filled 2 hours of coaching

There will be a subsidised barbecue - £10 for adults and £8 for kids

And - adults will be able to play a short course trial of 4 or 5 holes accompanied by a member

A massive thanks to Sue Pomeroy for all the work she is doing!!

WAGS Update… It’s Curry Night this Wednesday!

All Members, Husbands, Wives, Boyfriends, Girlfriends and Families are all welcome to another great WAGS evening.  The Mexican last week was sensational - this week, from 6pm, Nat is turning her culinary skills to a Curry Night!

For those that like it a little hotter - Nat is creating a chilli chicken tikka masala.

For those that couldn't bear the thought of missing out on a great steak - Nat will be serving up her amazing, Steak how you like it... with all the usual trimmings

Great food, great fun!! See you all on Wednesday 🙂



May Group Coaching Update…

The May Group coaching slots are now all sold out and Bruce will be announcing new dates for June asap.

In the meantime, for members discounted prices on coaching - click here