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Ambrose Special Brings The Winter Programme to a Close

To celebrate the winners of the Winter Competitions the Seniors organised a Texas Scramble as a conclusion to this very wet Winter, to be followed by a meal and presentation in the clubhouse. True to form, a night of heavy rain was followed by a dull, ‘drizzerable’ morning, which most thought would clear to allow […]

By |March 11th, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Fairway Putters Out For J. C. Special

What a wonderful day to celebrate the John Cook memorial competition. The sun was out, hindered only by a few, white clouds. ‘Storm Jorge’ had abated leaving only a fresh, westerly breeze. Apart from the large pools dotted around the course the fairways and greens were in excellent condition, good enough to allow all thirty-five […]

By |March 3rd, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Triples, Doubles and Hole in One on Finals Day

It may have been raining and the hail may have covered the road on the way into town but thirty-three, out of the thirty-five seniors who put their name down to play, turned up for one final effort to improve their winter eclectic score. They were rewarded with the passing of the dark clouds to […]

By |February 25th, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

‘Squall Dennis’ Was Sting in Tail

All thirty-three seniors who turned up on Tuesday had set off to brave the winds in an effort to improve their eclectic score. The dark clouds to the south-west gave them a clue as to what was about to happen. The wind picked up and the rain, laden with hail, engulfed them. Umbrellas were opened […]

By |February 19th, 2020|Seniors Reports, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Captain Leads by Example

Seniors Captain, Mick Whale, was at the club in time to see his flock gather to decide whether, or not, they would venture out into the high winds and a risk of a shower. Thirty-nine had put their names down to play and most of the stalwarts turned up with a modicum of optimism. A […]

By |February 11th, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Captain’s Influence Begins to Show Dividends

It was a beaming Mick Whale who stood up to announce the results of the seniors’ competition on Tuesday. ‘There you are gentlemen, what a wonderful day to play golf. No rain, the sun was shining and there was a slight breeze.’ The slight breeze was a bit of an exaggeration since the cold westerly, […]

By |February 4th, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Seniors Catch 10 O’Clock Shower

It looked like a morning full of promise, the sun was about to show itself and there was only a chance of a passing shower. The early starters were pleased to see the dark menacing clouds drift by to the South. Everyone, however, was caught by the forecast squall that arrived a bit earlier than […]

By |January 28th, 2020|Seniors Reports, Uncategorized|1 Comment

13 – Unlucky for some , lucky for others

Almost all seniors who left home early on Tuesday were anticipating a great day of golf. The roads were clear, and there appeared to be no frost –car windshields did not need scraping. What a surprise then, to arrive at the Golf Club and to see the whole area covered in white, frozen grass and […]

By |January 22nd, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Super-charged Seniors Succumb to the Wind

They’re back! The seniors group held its first eclectic match on Tuesday and, as can be expected from this ageing population, anything goes! Having re-charged his battery over the Christmas period Barry Neale arrived at the club ready to start the second half of the Winter season. He was about to head for the first […]

By |January 7th, 2020|Seniors Reports|0 Comments

Seniors Super Sunny Day to End the Half Term

Mid December and thirty-six seniors gathered on a frosty, misty morning to face a half term examination. This was the last gathering before the Christmas break and they set off to play in a fifteen-hole Hidden Partners Competition.

They all arrived to face a very cold but calm and gloomy situation. The dark mist still pervaded […]

By |December 17th, 2019|Seniors Reports, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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