Caldecott Hall Golf Club Senior Men and Ladies
Caldecott Hall Golf ClubSenior Men and Ladies



Notice to All Senior Players

Caldecott Hall GC will be open as of Wednesday 13th May.


The golf course will be open from Wednesday 13th May for 1 and 2 balls only.

Bookings to be made through the BRS app as before.

All recommended safety precautions have been taken. 2 metre distance between everyone. No flags and rakes. Bunkers to be made good as much as possible.There will be limited access to shop and lockers. Buggies will be available only if "Needed". Cannot be booked online. Limited staff will be on site and will be marshalling the course.


If any of you Seniors are not part of the Seniors Whats App group and want to be, let me know and I will add you on. This can be handy for arranging playing parteners and keeping in touch.

Latest news on Covid 19 and golf

There are several websites where there is information on the latest golf news. Click on the links.

Golf Health

England Golf

R & A Covid News

County matches cancelled

The Barnard Trophy has been cancelled for 2020

The Handicap League has been cancelled for 2020

Winter Eclectic 1st Nov 2019 - 31st Mar 2020



With two weeks left in the comp we will finalise once we get back on the course. Several have played their 12 rounds but it seems fair to allow the rest to try and add some more rounds.

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Captain v Vice Captain Fri 13th March

Captain vs Vice Captain was held on Friday the 13th in a fourball format with the conditions being very inclement, no rain and not much wind. After some great performances the vice-captains team came out winners by 10 points.  Senior Captain Alex Knapton shown handing the trophy to his Vice-Captain Mick Turner. The fourball who won comprised of Howard Johnson, Barry Needham, Dave Newton and George Oldman. John Dormer won nearest the pin in two on the 15th. All in all a great days golf. Well done to all who took part.


Seniors' Player of the Year 2020



As this year's Seniors' Captain, I suggested at the AGM the introduction of a Player of the Year.

This will be judged on the 28 friendly fixtures we have, starting in March and running through to October and there will be a trophy presented to the winner.


Each player will be awarded 3 points for every match they win away, 2 points for winning at home and drawing away and 1 point for a home draw.

To be eligible, each player will have to play a minimum of 10 matches. We will then divide points into matches played to get an average. Therefore, players playing the most matches will not necessarily have an advantage.


Obviously, there could be an element of who you are drawn to play with giving an advantage, but hopefully, with careful selection, it should balance out in the long run.Please remember, this is a bit of fun only and not to be taken too seriously. Hopefully, this Competition will now run every year.


With regards to selection for friendly matches, we keep a list of who applies to play in all matches and we try to balance out selection in a fair, non-biased way. If anybody has special reasons for playing in particular matches, please ask and we will try and accommodate you.


Alex J Knapton, Seniors' Captain 2020

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Senior Golf Opens

Have a look at the tab for Opens in our area. Also for the Senior Golf Association where you will find plenty of events to interest you in 2019.

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Senior Captain 2020

Alex Knapton takes over as Senior Captain in 2020.  His Vice- Captain is going to be Mick Turner. 


Alex has already been heavily involved in 2019 and along with Mick have plenty of enthusiasm and ideas all ready for the new season. They look forward to plenty of support from all the seniors and hope you all have a great year, whether playing in the team or just your regular games during the week. Alex is happy to listen to any ideas and suggestions you may want to raise during the season.

Located at Caldecott Hall Fritton we have a good senior section and have many friendlies and competitions during the year.

There are several self run roll up groups who meet up regularly during the week so there should be a chance for every senior to play competitive golf and enjoy other company. New additions always welcomed by the seniors who run them. There is an 8 o'clock group and an 11 o'clock group, for example, on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays.

The course is very rarely closed and drains so well that even after a good spell of rain is still playable.

Facebook - click here to access the Seniors Facebook group for comment and news

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