Ladies’ Golf Blog

I have not written one of these for so long I am not sure what to say!

We have our first ladies’ competition coming up on Tuesday with another to follow on 4th August.  Please familiarise yourselves with the marking procedure so we do not inundate Tristan and Ryan with extra work!

In case you have missed it, we are running a summer eclectic competition open to all five and seven-day Members. You need to send your cards to Bridget Barton who is running the spreadsheet. To enter please send a photo of your first 18-hole card to Bridget Barton at

You may then submit a total of 20 cards up until the end of September when the winner will be the player with the lowest net score.  Please be sure to highlight the holes where scores have been bettered, to include your handicap on the card and the name of the person marking your card.

It is fine to submit 9-hole cards but please submit a front 9 and back 9 together which will be counted as one entry.  A prize will be awarded to the player with the lowest net score at the end of September.

Golf Dress Code – a reminder

All golfers must be appropriately and suitably dressed in golfing attire while playing on the course or on the practice areas. Members need to ensure that these requirements are made known to their families and to their guests. The Club wishes to foster a smart yet congenial atmosphere for playing golf.

Click here for a reminder of the dress code for golf

Club Championship

The Club Championship is happening this year with the top Club golfers playing a scratch medal competition over two weekends.


Thank you to Caroline Dewar for sourcing rakes!  If you are interested

Supplementary Cards

I would suggest you put in as many supplementary cards this year as possible and watch this space to see when you will be able to do this for 9 holes; at the moment it is only for 18 but the office are hoping to offer 9 holes soon.

Hole(s) In One

Well done to Angie Goodale and Henrietta O’Shea for getting holes in one on the 7th and 14th respectively.

Angela Atkins | Ladies’ Golf Captain