Caldecott Hall Golf Club Senior Men and Ladies
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Geoff Rouse wins the Senior Championships Stableford 

 

Geoff went out early and came in with 42 points for a great win. Barry Needham came 2nd with 40 points after countback against Dave Hills in 3rd. It was the SSAFA charity event and we raised nearly £200 for the very well deserved charity. Geoff and Barry are selected to represent Caldecott Hall GC at Bawburgh in September in the SSAFA Norfolk golf final.

Geoff Edwards wins Senior Medal Championship

 

It was a windy day, after a few days of rain, and that was reflected in the scores. Geoff Edwards won with a net 75 followed by Roger Rice on 76 and Ralph Read 3rd with a net 78. Many thanks for all of the entrants. Looking forward to the stableford championship on the 28th June.

Barnard Trophy

We played our 2nd round against Royal Norwich away on Wednesday the 5th June 2019. We lost by 10 holes so not bad considering playing away to a strong team. Many thanks to Graham, Dave, Keith, Kevin, Trevor, Geoff, Paul and John. A shame we didn't win but a good day's golf. Looking forward to 2020 fixtures!

Ian Cumby Memorial Trophy

 

A great many thanks for all who turned up and made the Ian Cumby a great success. So many great scores. In the end Keith Leggett won with a great score of 40 points followed by Allan Schoenherr on 38 points and Graham Banyard 3rd wih 37 points.

Ladies vs Seniors

 

It was a very close match but the Seniors just prevailed in the last match to win 11-9.

A very big thanks to all who played - it was good fun and played in great spirit.

Looking forward to the return on October!

The Annual General Meeting was held in the Clubhouse on Friday 26th October 2018 at 9am.
Please see the attached minutes of the AGM for your information. The three clubs and a putter competition that followed the meeting was well supported and resulted in two of the biggest bandits in the senior section scooping the prizes. In second place with 18 points was Peter Harvey and in first place also with 18 points but the winner on count back was Roger Rice. I am not a sour loser but both these bandits had their respective handicaps increased earlier in the same week.

Joking aside well done to you both and just remember you do not need all those clubs!
Seniors AGM 1810 minutes.pdf
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Minutes of the Senior Section AGM 2017
Please find the 2017 Senior AGM minutes. Please note the financial statements.
Seniors AGM 2017.pdf
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Senior Pairs Championship 2017
Excellent day with a record number of entrants,thank you all who took part.
Senior Pairs Championship 2017 (2).pdf
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Hodds Salver 2017

Seniors Winter Foursomes Comp was played today at home against Sheringham, a truly spirited game was had by all but unfortunately we lost by 15 holes. The good news is they enjoyed the games /match so much we are being invited to play there in the new year !

They really liked the food,the course and the company so maybe we're not that bad after all.

Well done and thank you. 

Barnard Trophy

 

Yesterday Wed 2 Aug the Barnard Team Fought a hard battle against Kings Lynn Golf Club at Mundesly. Although the rain held off,high winds and an unfamiliar 9 hole course resulted in a 14 hole defeat. As Capt it was a pleasure to take the team through to the Semi Finals,well  done to you all.

From my point of view I am concerned with the way in which these competitions are officiated and unless a less biased attitude is taken I can see less players wanting to play in them.   

The Player's Medal

The Player's medal has now been awarded to 3 players over the last months,it was passed on to Frank Scales for mouthing off at the meal held at Dunston Hall, followed by Alex Knapton for forgetting his trousers at the meal at Gorlston GC and Alex passed it on to John Hickling for being to tight to by a new Seniors shirt.Who's next?

Seniors Medal and Stableford Champion

The Stableford Competition held yesterday 30th Jun was won on countback by Howard Johnson with 38 points and Dave Newton close 2nd.An Eagle on the 10th helped and will probably never happen again. The  Norfolk SSAFA rep attended the day and remarked "What a great bunch of guys you have"?????.

The Competition raised £92.00 with the monies raised from the medal comp and further donations to this worthy cause we raised £148.00. Thanks Guys!!  

Indoor Golf Simulator

Ther Indoor Golf Simulator is now up and running with various challenges to enter. Water Challenge 140 yards,20 shots to score as many points as you can.Entry £5.00.

Other prices are;

5 Min Warm-Up @£ 3.50

18 Holes Single @£10.00

2Ball @£16.00

3Ball @£21.00

4Ball @£24.00

Full details in the Pro Shop.

The Ambassadors Trophy

Invitation to this event
Again there is a invitation to this event.
The Ambassador Trophy.pdf
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A Thank You Letter

Caldecott Wood Sculpture

Two unlikely lads at the new Caldecott Hall Wood Sculpture!

Senior Golf Association

 

Senior members may like to enter the below competitions or use the below website with information on the Senior Open competitions. Men’s ,Ladies and Mixed

 

The SGA, we now move into our 19th year with our two tournaments going strong - the Seniors Club Classic, for teams of four, and the National Seniors Pairs Championship.

 

If you haven’t yet entered, do so now. All you need do is email me with your details and I’ll take care of the rest - no forms to bother with.

 

But our website is full of information, including over 250 SENIOR OPENS throughout the country. You might want to enter one. Have a look at the revamped website - www.seniorsgolfassociation.co.uk

 

 

The SGA is doing more and more with the Royal British Legion too - a wonderful cause to support. Join us in helping those who have served their country. 

 

Spread the word - it helps us all.

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