A-in-M: Course Open Stage 1 Buggies MUST stay to paths and fairways
On the evening of Friday 18th November 2016, a large and smartly dressed contingent of members, family and friends gathered together for the Juniors Section Annual Awards Evening.
Following a dinner that befitted the occasion, compere for the evening Mark Rimmer opened proceedings by inviting Captain Lawrence McNally to welcome members and guests.
A review of the year was provided by Junior Competitions organiser Richard Rawsthorne, the highlight of which being the winning of the Junior Victory Trophy which unfortunately he didn't see because he was away on holiday! Thanks were also given to sponsors, professional staff and everyone involved in this rewarding aspect of the golf club. Richard ended with a plea for everyone to encourage more juniors, especially girls, to join the golf club as numbers were very low.
Junior Captain Mike Rimmer thanked Mr. Captain and Richard for their kind words and on behalf of the Juniors Section expressed gratitude to everyone involved in organising and helping to make their golfing year so enjoyable. Mike then presented Richard with a small gift from all the Juniors to thank him for all his hard work.
The two Captains were then joined by Lady Captain Linda Collins and Professional Peter Allen for the awards presentation. A gallery of photographs can be seen in the Members Gallery.
We are a very active Ladies group enjoying a full diary of competitions and a wide variety of Social gatherings,
Click here - To view the Social Events Calendar 2016
Click here - To view slideshow of a small selection of photographs of the Lady members and friends enjoying a variety of Walks, Afternoon Tea, The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations, Xmas Red & Green Golf Day and the Ladies Golf District Championship Team for 2016, plus the Ladies VETS Competition for 2016.
The ladies have priority of the golf course on Wednesdays.
Throughout the summer season there are weekly 18-hole and 9-hole competitions, in which the majority of ladies play on a Wednesday.
However, as the ladies’ competitions open on a Sunday and close on the following Wednesday evening, it is now possible for ladies to participate in the weekly competition on the Alternate Day of the previous Sunday (in accordance with the Rules of England Golf). This format has been chosen to enable ladies who work or for other reasons are unable to play on the Main Competition Day.
The results of the two days are combined for the allocation of prizes, which are awarded weekly at approximately
9.00 pm on the Wednesday Prize Presentation Evenings.