Here's a reminder of what's coming up and to get yourself registered for...
1. Pam Clarke Cup - Sunday 14th April
This stableford competition is played over 18 holes and will be divided into a men's and ladies winner. The ladies winner will receive a trophy named after Angela McKenzie who was a past ladies captain who sadly passed away a couple of years ago. Entries are through BRS. Please be reminded that the winners of these competitions will be presented with trophies at the annual dinner on Friday 31st January 2020.
2. 3 Clubs & A Putter - Sunday 12th May
This non qualifying event won't effect your handicap and will be 18 holes stableford format. Played from the tees of the day (red and yellow tees) the test will be can you manufacture shots with a limited number of clubs (just 3 plus a putter) and you will need to make a careful decision as to which these are. Over the years many players have scored surprisingly well in this event - would this be down to more focus on the shot they need to play and needing to become more swing aware to control distance? Entries on BRS please for this event.
3. Seniors Club Championship - Monday 27th May
Now in its 2nd year the Senior Club Championship is played over the 9 hole course from the red and yellow plates. Played over stableford format the winner will be presented with the Senior Club Championship trophy at the annual dinner 31st January 2020.
Seniors are classified as 60 years+ and the entries will need to be made through BRS. Good Luck!
4. Angela McKenzie Open - Friday 31st May
A new event for this years calendar - The Angela McKenzie Open. This event is open to Members and Non Members who have a handicap at another club.
It will be played over 18 holes in the format of Medal stroke play and will include food afterwards and tea/coffee on arrival.
More details to follow very shortly by email to everyone. Entries will be made via email and a draw will be made 2 days before the event.
We have some beautiful prizes for this event and really hope to 'showcase' the golf course to members and non members alike in memory of Anglea McKenzie who was a huge part of the golf club for roughly 20 years and who was a past ladies captain of ours.