The joys of being captain. Mick Whale had rather a busy time in the lead up to the seniors’ recent away-day at Ashburnham. At the last minute, five seniors were forced to pull out of the group of twenty-nine who had originally signed up. Emails were flying around as Mick revised the team more than […]
Mick Whale chose Bob Forrest to support him in his quest on Thursday to set an example to the rest of the team as they faced Cardigan seniors in this away match. Nine pairs had travelled the rain soaked path over the Preselis in the hope that the weather forecast would be an accurate one. […]
The seniors’ event this week was a three-ball Texas Scramble and there were ten teams out on the course to compete for top spot. Each team had three attempts from each chosen spot. This helped to improve the score, as they progressed around the windy course in fine sunshine. To ensure that everyone is involved, […]
Seniors were scheduled to play a match against Milford during last week but there was a case of crossed wires. Our hierarchy had not received the relevant message so were unaware that Milford had cancelled all of their matches at the beginning of the season. As a result, there was a void in our calendar.
After all the lockdowns, and the gradual relaxation of restrictions, there were loads of seniors from across South Wales, as well as many from across the border in England, who were eager to come and test themselves against the oldest affiliated course in the country. Those who made it were certainly rewarded. David Rees, at […]
Carmarthen Golf Club extended a very warm welcome to the ninety-five senior golfers who turned out to compete for a place in the final of this year’s Claret Jug competition. Organised by the South Wales Seniors Classic, this was a pairs competition so it was rather odd to see a to see a total of […]