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 Club News

Winter Eclectic results

Cat 2 Winner -Nathan Graham

Cat 3 Winner-Franco Grieco

Cat 4 Winner-Ciro Castaldo

Also, the result  of the Winter Agregate Competition ( for the R.A Grace Trophy)

1st Danny Tucker

2nd Mick Dancer

3rd Nathan Graham

Restarting Competitions July5th

Here is  a note on how to enter competitions. Members should receive it on both the Comms and the new Competition Only groups. Please let me know if not received on both.

Steve Reed Secretary

As previously stated our competitions kick off next Sunday July 5th
As the booking system is still in place the committee will need to book 6 four ball slots from 4pm on Sundays which we will then populate with members names after a draw has been made by Steve.
To ensure your entry into the competition we need to know if you intend to compete and request you indicate this on the BAGC Competition Only WhatsApp group by midday Friday. You will then be placed in the draw and added to the relevant tee group which can then be seen on the Beaconsfield GC website.
Please note that the WhatsApp group is to be solely used for competition entries only.
To those not on WhatsApp you will need to text Steve Reed direct before midday Friday.

Update from Parent Club 06/06/2020

Restarting Golf 

Letter from the parent club to Beaconsfield Golf Club members



I must pay tribute to the Golf and Competitions Committee for the way that golf has been safely re-introduced. The committee is now focusing its attention on reviewing the golf programme for the summer. The main areas of consideration are: trying to maintain some club competitions (including a number that have already passed us by); the feasibility of retaining some internal and inter club matches;  the possibility of allowing members’ guests and some society bookings.

We are very mindful of the understandable high demand for tee times and the likelihood of this continuing to be the case for the ensuing months.

News on all of this will follow shortly.


Locker Rooms

Happily the WC’s and hand basins will re-open on Monday 8th June and continue to be open 7 days a week from 09:00 to 18:00 hours. The lockers, showers and communal areas will remain closed and taped off.  Golfers must sanitise their hands before entry and after exiting the locker rooms.  Social distancing must be respected at all times and there should be no more than 2 members in these areas at any one time. Only paper hand towels will be available. The areas will be cleaned once daily. Spikes are not permitted in the tiled floor areas of both locker rooms. 

Bar and food

A number of members have asked when these services might become available. Whilst plans are being made for the introduction of bar drinks, food etc. we continue to follow government guidance and await the next major announcement due on the 18th June. Hopefully some brighter news in the not too distant future.

WC ON THE 11th

This facility will continue to be open 7 days a week from 09:00 to 18:00 hours. In the last couple of weeks there have been reports of unwelcome visitors who clearly know the door code. This has given rise to the need to change the door code. With effect Monday 8th June the new code will be 5200 (yards on the green course).


As already reported Chris re-opens on the 15th June when buggies and lessons will once more be available.

Members must take personal responsibility and be mindful of the health and safety of other members and staff.   We have sought to minimise the risks to members using the course and facilities.  If you are in a vulnerable category, as defined by the UK government, you must make your own risk assessment before using any facility. Steve Lynch(Beaconsfield Golf Club)

Returning to 4-ball golf

Summary of what is happening from Friday 5 June

We are pleased to announce that 4-ball 18-hole golf will recommence on Friday 5 June.  In short:

  • All golf will be played from the 1st tee in hole number order with no cutting across to a hole out of sequence.   Absolutely no starting from the 11th hole.
  • All tee times will be by booking only, with 10-minute gaps.
  • 2-balls from 7.30-8.50 and 4-ball slots for the rest of the day. 
  • 2-ball slots are for those who have COVID reasons for not playing in a larger group.
  • Anyone not able to play with others for COVID reasons, and indeed anyone else, will be able to control who they play with.
  • Ignoring any bookings for today, each member will be allowed three future bookings in the system in the following 7 days.
  • You may not play more than one round per day and not more than five rounds in a rolling seven-day period under any circumstances.
  • The volunteer marshal position will move to the 1st tee from 5 June.
  • Bookings for Friday 5 June to Monday 8 June inclusive will open at 9am on Monday 1 June.
  • Competition start date and methodology is still a work-in-progress as the priority at this point is to get 4-ball golf going.

Course capacity

We know that the course is fully booked all day every day at the moment, so we are conscious to maximise the amount of golf available and give everyone a fair chance to play a number of times per week, while providing opportunities for those who have COVID concerns to be able to play in a way that they feel safe to do so.  This necessarily means having to have rules and restrictions and again asking all members to ensure that they abide by the letter and the spirit of the rules even if they can find some holes in the systems!

At the moment, the course is fully booked and the capacity of the course, as currently set up for 2-balls, is 284 half rounds.  We are able to see from the booking system that approximately 250-260 half rounds are being played daily and that around 220 different members are playing each day, with 30-40 members playing at least 18 holes.  This means that there are only a modest number of tee times where members have played on their own or the second player’s name has not been captured properly, thanks to the great work of the marshals.

From 5 June, we will initially allocate the first 90 minutes of starting (7.30-8.50am tee times) to 2-ball golf, starting only from the 1st tee.  We will then set up bookings for (up to) 4-balls until 8.00pm, recognising that anyone playing in the evening will not be able to play a full round.

If we assume that those playing until 5.50 can get 18 holes and all later groups can only play 10 holes, our capacity under these arrangements is 234 full rounds and 52 half rounds (the equivalent of 520 half rounds).  This means that these arrangements will significantly increase the amount of golf that can be played and that the number of members who can play each day could also rise slightly.  The ultimate number of members who can play each day will be impacted by the number of slots that are restricted by those needing to shield themselves for COVID reasons.

All golf from the 1st tee and holes to be played in numbered order

The course will return to its regular layout on 5 June.  Given the current requirement for us to keep records of play, you must play the holes in numbered order and must not cut across to a hole out of sequence or start at the 11th hole.

With 2-balls starting at the 1st tee at 7.30, and therefore reaching the 11th at about 9.00, and with the greenkeeping staff needing to allocate staff to watering given the lack of rain (see May Niblick) and still have adequate time to prepare the whole of the course each day, it is not feasible to have any early morning tee times from the 11th tee.

Booking limits

The tee booking system will be set up to allow a member to book, or have booked for them, three tee times in the next 7 days.  The system will not count any bookings for the current day, whether they have been booked previously or are booked on the day.  You are therefore able to have four bookings in the system if one is for today.  [NB Each booking in the system between 2nd and 4th June for ‘9 hole’ rounds will be counted as a booking by the computer, so we will not reduce the future booking limit from 4 to 3 until 9am on Tuesday 2 June.]

From 5 June, in addition to the booking restriction, you may only play once each day and not more than five times in a rolling seven-day period.  These rules are being introduced to ensure that every member has a chance to play a reasonable amount of golf.  The system will not enforce these two limits at the point of booking, but by having a marshal on the 1st tee and being able to run reports from the system, we do intend to enforce these particularly important sharing rules.  Please do not break either rule.

Booking arrangements, COVID and making up 4-balls

Provision for 2-ball golf

We are setting up the early 1/2-ball slots primarily for those who have COVID reasons for not playing in a larger group, rather than for those who want to play early and quickly.  If you fall into this category, please try to use one of these tee times and as early in the day as possible.  These early tee times will be the only time in the day when 2-balls will be able to go at 2-ball pace. You may book a later time, but you will then have to play at 4-ball pace and will obviously be reducing the course capacity if you book a 4-ball slot and play alone. We want to avoid 2 balls playing through 4 balls as this is disruptive and slows the remainder of the field down.

Please do not book a 2-ball slot on the day that it is released unless you have COVID reasons for booking it.  This will enable us to prioritise the shielding group, gauge the demand of those that need to have 2-ball slots and keep the number of 2-ball slots under review.

Anyone may book a free 2-ball slot from 9am the day after it has gone on general release.  The system will not prevent you from booking earlier, but we ask you not to do so, so that anyone shielding can have priority to book and play in a small group without using a 4-ball tee time.

4-Ball golf

When booking 4-ball slots from 9am to 8pm, the booker of the tee time will be the only person able to book and amend playing partners and the way that you book will give some indication of whether you are open to others joining you. When making a booking, you will be asked to book for 1-4 players. If you select less than 4 players, vacant tabs will show as blank and indicate you do not wish to be joined by others. If you select for 4 players and know who you will be playing with, please enter their names at the time of booking. If you are waiting for friends to confirm their availability or you are open to being joined by other members and therefore do not add all the names at the time of booking (press Home to exit and save the booking), vacant tabs will show as Anonymous up to the limit of the number of players you have selected. You, and only you or the office, will be able to amend the names or replace “Anonymous” subsequently.   

We encourage everyone to book 4-ball slots and opt for 4-ball golf, whether you have a complete set of playing partners or not, and allow others to join you, to maximise the amount of golf available.  However, if for COVID reasons or otherwise, you need to restrict the number of players to less than 4, do select accordingly and the system will show the other slots as blank (unavailable).

Do not use Anonymous or any other method just to hold a booking slot for anyone who already has their maximum number of bookings.  This is against the spirit of the rules.

Any booking that is three or less days into the future and against which Anonymous is shown, should be regarded as available for another member to join the booker and you should contact the lead name if you wish to join them.

We will also create two WhatsApp groups for anyone looking for playing partners to join their tee time and anyone who would like to get such messages to play with others.  To join these, please contact Nick for the men’s and Sue for the ladies’ groups (by email please).


The volunteer marshal position will move to become a starter on the 1st tee from 5 June, where they will pick up and correct any inconsistencies in the tee sheet.

Social distancing

A reminder that you must maintain social distancing and comply with the Terms and Conditions of Play, which can be found here.....

In conclusion

We realise that this is all rather complex, but as we said above, we are seeking to maximise the amount of golf available while giving everyone a fair chance to play a number of times per week and provide opportunities for those who have COVID concerns to be able to play.  If the extra capacity means that the course is not full all day, we will start to reduce the restrictions and hopefully simplify things as we continue on the journey to restoring normality.  In the meantime, if you have any queries, or are having any difficulties, please contact the office or either of us.

Nick Cray and Sue Schmidt


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    Sunday 17th Poppy Cup

    Great scores in today. A net 66 only earned 3rd place. Our Captain Glenn handed over a cheque for £500 to the Beaconsfield branch of the British Legion. It was gratefully received . The remainder raised on the Harvest Festival goes to the Captains Charity which this year is the Alexander Jansons Fund

    Sunday 10th of November was the Harvest Festival. We had an amazing response. Over £1200 was raised for our charities, including the local British Legion's good works. There was almost £100 in pickled onion/shallot sales alone. Arsenal tickets went for a premium as did other restaurant vouchers and almost new breadmakers. We even managed to sell a Perry Groves book

    The AGM passed smoothly. The new Captain is Glenn Toudup. Vice Captain is Andy Prickett. Steve Reed continues as Secretary. Billy Eyers has left the comittee after many years of  committment. Danny Tucker has filled the vacant seat. Other comittee members are Glen Douglas, Danny Saia, John Harris, Frank Wood, Stuart Smith  and  Dave Wright who is now the new bar steward, . 



    Recent Results

    January 5th 2020 Qual Stab

     1st Tony Beale 43

    2nd Kevin Tucker 42

    3rd Jarzy Shah 40

    December 29th Qual Stab 

    1st Mick Dancer 40

    2nd Gary Hobbs 40

    3rd Danny Sytreet 39

    December 15th Bring and Win 

    1st Danny Tucker 41

    2nd Nathan Graham 41

    3rd Mark Reeve 40

    December 8th Turkey Shoot 

    1st Danny Tucker 42

    2nd Frank Wood 39

    3rd Kevin Ledgar 39

    Dec 1st Qualifying Stableford

    1st Steve Reed 41

    2nd  Tony Beale 40

    3rd Franco Grieco 38

    November 24th Dougie Gant , Qualifying Stableford

    1st Danny Tucker

    2nd Frank Wood

    3rd Glenn Toudup

    Poppy Cup Qualifying Medal 17th November

    1st Glenn Toudup 77-12=65

    2nd Franco Grieco 82-17=65

    3rd Steve Reed 79-13=66

    Harvest Festival Stableford 10th November

    1st Bob Lomas  41 points

    2nd Steve Reed 39

    3rd Mick Dancer 39

    Bob Baker Trophy 3rd November

    1st Danny Tucker 68-4=64

    2nd Kevin Tucker 78-12=66

    3rd Dan Taylor 83-14=69

    Captains Day

    1st Mick Dancer

    Abset Friends 14th October

    1st Paul Woodbridge37

    2nd Mick Monaghan  36

    3rd Franco Grieco 36

    4th August Val Doonican Scratch Salver

    WINNER- Danny Tucker 76

    2nd  Bobo Lomas 80

    3rd Dave Gibson 82

    28th July Montrose Cleote

    1st Danny Tucker 39

    2nd Franco Grieco 39

    3rd Mick Dancer 38

    14th July Professionals Prize rd 2  QM

    1st Franco Grieco 86-18=68

    2nd Nathan Graham 79-8=71

    Nathan also wins the Pros Prize for the 2 rounds

    3rd Frank Wood 92-20=72

    7th July Professionals Prize rd1 QM

    1st David Gibson 87-11=76

    2nd Danny Tucker 80-4=76

    3rd  Pete Grey 90-12 = 78

    30th June Nancy Mitchell Bogey




    23rd June Ladies Cup

    1st  Glenn Toudup 39

    2nd Ijaz Shah 37

    3rd Steve Reed 35

    16th June 2019

    Frank Batting Trophy

    1st Neil Spicer 85-16=69

    2nd Jo Reed 100-28=72

    3rd Glenn Toudup 84-12=72

    9th June 2019

    Cripwell Cup

    1st Rob Salczynski 85-17 =68

    2nd Gary Hobbs 84-14=70

    3rd Richard Lewis 78-8=70

    2nd June Du Pre Cup

    1st Franco Griecco 88-19=69

    2nd Ciro Castaldo  91-20=71

    3rd Danny Tucker 79-4=75

    League Match Versus Harewood(h)

    BAGC lost

    League Match Versus Denham

    BAGC won 4 1/2 -1/2

    CV Rafferty Week 2   26th May 2019

    1st  Phil Strawa  84-20=64

    2ndDanny Saia  83-14=69

    3rd Bob Lomas   80-11=69

    CV Rafferty Week 1  19th May 2019




    Obrion Taylor Cup  May 12th   2019

    1st Danny Street  84-19=65

    2ndRobert Salczynski  89-17=72

    3rd Tony Mayhook  90-18=72

    Jardine Eclectic  Rd 2 May 5th 2019

    1st Tony Beale    69

    2nd  Mick Dancer   6

    3rd  Andy Martin  72

    Jardine Eclectic Cup Winner

    Danny Tucker 70

    Jardine Eclectic Medal (1st of 2 rounds) Apr 28th 2019

    1st Nathan Graham  79-8=71

    2nd Pete Grey 84-12=72

    3rd Kevin Tucker 85-11= 74

    Eddie Bovingdon Qual Medal 21st April 2019

    1st Gary Hobbs 88-14=74

    2nd Tony Beale  82- 8= 74

    3rd Pte Grey   86-12= 74

    Lifeboats Greensomes April Winners- Dave Wright and Glenn Toudup

    Final Qualifying Stablefored March 24th

    1st Tony Beale 40 points

    2nd Glenn Toudup 39

    3rd Dave wright 38

    Qualifying Stablefored March 17th

    1st Pete Grey 38 points

    2nd Gary Hobbs  37

    3rd Phil Strawa 36

    Wally Weston March 10th

    1st Jim Smith 35

    2nd  Stuart Smith 33

    3rd Danny Tucker 32

    R.W Bishop March 3rd

    1st Bob Lomas 34

    2nd Danny Saia 33

    Medal Comp and Veterans Cup Feb 17

    1st  Wayne Shuhrey 84-13 = 71

    2nd Kevin Ledgar 87 - 15 72

    3rd Danny Tucker 75- 3 = 72

    Mystery Prize 10th Feb

    1st  Glenn Toudup 39 points
    2nd Wayne Shurey 37

    3rd Jimmy Smith 37

    27th January Grandfathers Cup and 

    Qualifying Stableford

    1st Bob Lomas 38 points

    2nd Glenn Toudup 38

    3rd Kevin Tucker 37

     Grandfathers cup goes to Dennis Oliver for turning up-

    29 points plus 11? grandchildren


    20th January Jardine Barrel

    Three clubs and a putter

    Non-Qualifying Stableford @11.30am

    Bring and Win 16/12/2018 QS

    1st Bob Lomas 40 points

    2nd Jimmy Smith  39

    3rd Tony Mayhook 39


    The Turkeyless Shoot 9/12/2018

    1st Glenn Toudup 37 points and a rib of beef

    2nd Tony mayhook 36 and a string of sausages

    3rd Jimmy Smith 36 and a chicken

    4thWayne Shurey 36 and a gammon


    Qualifying Stableford 2/12/18

    1st Jim Smith 40 points

    2nd Glenn Toudup 38

    3rd Danny Saia 37

    DOUGIE GANT 25/11/18

    1st Danny Tucker 39 points

    2nd Wayne Shurey 38

    3rd Mick Monahan 37


    POPPY CUP 18/11/2018

    1st Paul Woodbridge  81-12=69

    2nd Wayne Shurey 83-14= 69 

    3rd Danny Tucker 72-3=69-LOWEST GROSS


    HARVEST FESTIVAL 10/11/2018

    1st Franco Grieco 37

    2nd Jim Smith 37

    3rd Glen Toudup 37

    4th Danny Saia 37



    BOB BAKER 3/11/2018

    1st Glen Toudup 79- 13 = 66

    2nd Rob Salczynski  84- 17= 67

    3rd Danny Tucker  70-3=67



    August 11th

    We beat Ashridge in the home match to win the ABC Cup


    Lifeboats Foursomes 4th August

    The winners were Kevin Ledgar and Dave Wright

    22 played


    Montrose Cleote 29th July

    1st Danny Saia 39

    2nd Tony Mayhook 38

    3rd Bob Lomas 37

    Lidgeley Shield 21st July

    The parent club retained the trophy


    Pro's Prize Week 2   15th July

    1st Paul Woodbridge 85-17=68

    2nd Nathan Graham 80-8=72

    3rd Peter Grey 86-12=74


    Pro's Prize Week 1   8th July

    1st Glen Toudup  86-13=73

    2nd Paul Woodbridge 93-16=77

    3rd Nathan Graham 86-8=78

    Ladies Cup 24th June

    1st Dave Gibson 38

    2nd  Bob Lomas 36

    3rd Lee Homer 34

    Frank Batting Trophy  17th June





    Cripwell Cup 10/06/2018

    1st Rob Salzcynski 69

    2nd Stuart Smith  72

    3rd Steve Reed 73

    4th Richard Lewis 73

    (scores corrected)


    R.W.Bishop 7/06/2018

    1st David Gibson 38

    2nd Kevin Tucker 37

    3rd Mick Monahan 35


    Du Pre Cup3/06/2018





    C.V Rafferty 1st Round 20/05/2018

    1st Billy Eyers  85-14=71

    2nd Phil Strawa 90-18=72

    3rd Kevin Tucker 83-11=72



    Obrion Taylor Cup 13/05/2018

    1st Danny Tucker 71-3= 68

    2nd Tony Beale 80-8=72

    3rd Robert Lomas 84-12=72


    Jardine Eclectic Result

    Winner Tony Mayhook 69


    Jardine Week 2 Non Qualifying Medal

    1st T. Mayhook 69

    2nd K.Tucker 71

    3rd K. Ledgar 72


    Jardine Eclectic 29/04/2018

    Week 1

    1st Tony Mayhook 89- 18= 71

    2nd Tony Beal   82-8 = 74

    3rd Andy Martin 90-16=74


    Eddie Bovingdon


    1st Mick Monaghan 78-9=69

    2nd R. Salczynski 89-17 =72

    3rd D. Gibson 83-11=72

    Sunday November 18th-Poppy Cup

    We handed over a cheque for £500 to the local branch of the British Legion. They are without premises now and are in need of donations from groups such as the Artisans

    Glen T. took over captaincy for the day which turned out to be a glorious , sunny one.

    It was another close result, with Sparky Woodbridge emerging triumphant.

    Danny Tucker shot a splendid Gross 72.Great burgers were suplied by Phil, using our new, bigger cooker-


    Our second match was also against Flackwell, this time away. Unfortunately we narrowly lost 3/2.



    Our first match was against Flackwell Heat at home and we won comfortably, 41/2 to 1/2. A great start but we have the return fixture on the next saturday- Lets hope we can get a win there.


    Our day out at Burnham Beeches was a great success, not even marred by the fact that reigning champion Danny Saia won again-shame he doesn't get cut!

    The weather was amazing as was the hospitality of the golf club. We plan to go back next year.


    Mick Holtby Trophy

    1st Nathan Graham 76

    2nd David Gibson 67

    3rd Craig Gibson 64

    4th Glenn Toudup 61

    Qualifying Stableford 11/03/18

    1st Danny Saia

    2nd Danny Tucker 34

    3rd Gary Hobbs 32

    Golf Fanatics Trophy 25/02/18

    Very tough day for most. The only one to get a good score was Nathan Graham who won with 38 points. In second place was Danny Tucker with 33 and 3rd with 32 was Kevin Ledgar


    Veterans Cup and Qualifying Medal 18/02/18

    By far the best score came from Dave Wright (again) He stormed the medal with a net score of 65. The second spot went to John Harris, who wins the Veterans Cup with a Seve like performance and a score of 68. Third was Jimmy Smith with 69 ( a gross score of 76)

    The Magic 2 was claimed again. This time by Kevin Ledgar.

    Mystery Prize 11/02/18

    Another freezing cold Sunday.The highlight for most was the apres golf, steaming plate of Bratwurst and Chilli, in the comfort and warmth of the club house.Dave Wright, Assistant chef to the mercurial culinary star that is Phil Strawa, played superbly and waltzed away with the Mystery Prize(no-one knows what that is yet)

    1st Dave Wright 40

    2nd Dave Gibson 38

    3rd G. Toudup 37

    The Magic 2 was finally won after 8 competitions. The spoils were divided by Franco Grieco(nice to seem him hanging around after) and Dave Gibson. HMRC have been notified.


    Wally Weston Qualfying Stableford 04/02/2018

    On a cold and wintry day Andy Martin produced a fantastic 42 points to claim the cup. David Gibson and Jimmy Smith continue to impress with 39 and38 points respectively.


    Grandfathers cup

    The annual challenger against a man with 10(or more) grandchildfen was lost by the club. Dennis again was victorious

    The qualifying Stableford was won by Nathan Graham-4 shots clear of the field with a sparkloing 42 points. This puts Nathan on to a handicap of 8. Well done to him

    Second place was David Gibson and third, Kevin Tucker


    Turkey Shoot and Qualifying Stableford 14/01/2018

    Great turnout on a nice, calm January day and no holdups on the course. This was reflected with some very good scoring, meaning the standard scratch was 69. Interestingly this led to Danny Tucker's handicap going out even though he went round in a one over gross par score of 37 points.

    The winner on the day was Mick Monaghan with 39 points

    2nd John Harris 39

    3rd Wayne Shurey 38

    Qualifying Stableford 07/01/2018

    Very cold, very windy and very slow, But thats enough about the secretary. We were caught behind a very ponderous ladies match but it was still good to get out again. We welcomed new member Mick Dancer to the ranks who discovered that our course has a little bite. I am sure he will soon be challenging for silverware though.

    1st Frank Wood  38 points

    2nd Glen Toudup 35

    3rd Tony Beale 33


    Qualifying Stableford 3/12/2017

    1st Steve Reed  37

    2nd Danny Tucker 36

    3rd Kevin Ledgar  36

    Dougie Gant 26/11/17

    Jimmy Smith is back! An excellent 40 points saw him take the trophy on a cold bright day.

    2nd place went to Frank Wood and 3rd, on countback with 38 points, Dave Gibson.

    Golf was followed by a lovely burger and chips.


    Please look at the notice board for forthcoming events. We have a Race Night

     on December 9th, starting at 7.30.Also, make a space in your diary next March

    for our day out to Burnham Beeches


    Poppy Cup 19/11/2017

    Dick Smith, the Chairman of the Beaconsfield British Legion came over and presented the winners of the Poppy Cup Medal Competition with wine. He told the assembled golfers that although the Legion Club in Candlemas Lane was no longer operating the Legion itself was still functioning and thanked the Beaconsfield Artisans for the £500 cheque presented to the local charity.

    On a very fine afternoon, maybe the last of the year with such glorious colours, the golf was won by Paul Atkins . Despite banana coloured trousers (or because of them) he managed to beat Wayne Shurey on countback. The captain surprised himself coming in 3rd place .

    1st Paul Atkins 69

    2nd Wayne Shurey 69

    3rd Frank Wood 70


    Harvest Festival 12/11/2017

    Always a very good day at the club. There were excellent auction prizes, including football tickets, Vintage Port and a meal at Buon Cibo in Rickmansworth. There was also the bizarre, custard creams, Triffids and Marmite chocolate. Much money was raised for charity.

    The golf was played in cold and windy conditions . The winners were:-

    1st Glenn Toudup 37

    2nd Paul Woodbridge 36

    3rd Kevin Tucker 36



    Captains Drive In and Bob Baker Medal

    A 214 yard drive into the wind was the one and only good shot made by the new captain, The length succesfully guessed by Ken Martin

    The Bob Baker Trophy was won on countback by David Gibson He was one of 7 to get a net 71

    1st Dave Gibson

    2nd Steve Reed

    3rd Andy Martin (also winner of the Magic 2)


    All passed smoothly. The meeting was chaired by Beaconsfield Golf Club's new Manager, Chris Gottler

    Dennis Oliver presided at his last event and thanked club members who had helped him  in his year as captain.

    The new Captain will be Frank Wood, the new Vice Captain, Glen Douglas.


    29th October 2017

     Qualifying Stableford

    1st Franco Grieco 41 points

    2nd Kevin Ledgar 35

    3rd GlennToudup 34



    This will be an 11.30 kick off. There will be a BBQ afterwards.

    Please support the captain and the club, this will be a brilliant day.



    Absent Friends

    Qualifying Stableford

    1st Andy Martin 44 points

    2nd John Harris 38

    3rd Dave Wright 37


    Nancy Mitchell Bogey Competition

    Winner- Franco Grieco 1up on the course

    2nd Dave Gibson- level

    3rd Neil Spicer- level

    01/10/2017 Qualifying Stableford

    1st Jimmy Smith 43

    2nd Frank Wood 36

    3r Steve Reed 36


    25th September

    Congratulations to Paul Woodbridge and John James who have won the Schweppes and Brownie Trophies respectively. It was a glorious day, a last gasp of summer. Dave Gibson and Andy Prickett  put up a good fight(well they both turned up) but it was just not their day. The finalist enjoyed their moment in the sun and enjoyed the support of club members that turned out to support them.




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