Caldecott Hall Golf Club Men Ladies & Seniors
Caldecott Hall Golf ClubMen Ladies & Seniors


Mick Rust wins the Phil Lowe 

A good round by Mick Rust was enough to win the Phil Lowe memorial Cup with 37 points from Paul Thyne, 35 points.

A really good turnout and some good golf, along with some not so good! Nearest the pins, Peter Aldred, Les Flatt (2), Kevin Nightingale and Barry Needham.

Many thanks for all the support.

Jess Steele wins Senior Stableford Championships

Jess retained his cup with an excellnt win in the Senior Stableford Championships. A score of 38 points put him one ahead of Kevin Nightingale and three ahead fo Barry Needham in 3rd.


Senior Medal Champion - Rob Morris

On a windy difficult day Ron Morris won the Senior Medal Championship. It was a great performance with others falling away as he kept his form over the eighteen holes. Mick Rust came 2nd with Mick Robertson 3rd

Winners Alex Knapton Cup 2024

John Castel and Paul Thynne were out first and ended up first in the competition with a net 69. Mick Rust and Andy Shreeve came 2nd one stroke behind.

Nearest the pin winers were Paul Thynne, Tony Paul, Mick Rust and Barry Green.

Well done to all who tok part, a good day.

Seniors win vs Ladies

A good win for the seniors against the ladies. Due to the maintenance everyone played off of the red tees. It was terrible weather so the event was limited to 9 holes.

Jess Steele seen receiving the trophy from Eileen Baham.


Senior Winter Eclectic

We had 20 players enter and 144 cards, so really good this season.

The final cards have been added and the winners are as the list below. Well done Jess Steele, just holding off Graham Banyard and David Chipperfield with Andy Shreeve in 4th place.

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Seniors Winter League

Caldecott win the Winter League with a superb performance in winning 4-0 against Halesworth. In a difficult season due to some fixtures being cancelled because of the weather it has ended up with Caldecott Seniors wining the Winter League for the 1st time. Well done to John Castell and the team. In the photo from the left are:- Garry Patterson, Peter Aldred,Ralph Read,Jess Steele, John Castell,Mick Rust, Bob Adams, Allan, Andy Shreeve, Roger and Rob Morris.


Date Venue Opponents Result
Thursday 02/11/2023 Home Bungay  Postponed
Thursday 16/11/2023 Home Southwold Won 3-1
Wednesday 22/11/2023 Away Halesworth Won 2.5-1.5
Thursday 21/12/2023 Away Bungay Postponed
Thursday 04/01/2024 Away Rookery Agreed 2-2
Thursday 11/01/2024 Away Southwold Drew 2-2
Thursday 18/01/2024 Home Rookery Cancelled- Snow
Monday 22/01/2024 Away Bungay

Won 2.5 - 1.5

Thursday 25/01/2024 Home Halesworth Won 4-0

Hodds Salver - Round 2

Caldecott Seniors won their 3nd round match vs Ryston Park by two holes. It was played in excelent weather with a great atmosphere. Tight for most of the matches it came down to the last two pairs to get over the line. A great result. The 3rd round is away to Bungay. To be played on Tuesday the 16th January. 


On a very cold but excellent day for golf we were beaten by 5 holes overall. A good start by Allan and Rusty but the other Bungay pairs were just too good on the day for us. Great cameraderie and good sportsmanship all round made it a good day. The food was excellent and hot and everyone enjoyed the day. 

Graham Banyard wins MJ Fiddy Cup


An excellent round of gross 72 saw Graham Banyard score 46 points to win the MJ Fiddy Cup. David Stringer scored a great 41 points for 2nd place just ahead of Andy Shreeve who placed 3rd on countback from Jess Steele with 40 points. So good to see low handicappers scoring so well.

Winners Senior Pairs

Keith Leggett and David Stringer won the Senior Pairs with a magnificent score of 47 points followed in 2nd place by Mick Rust and Rob Morris with 45 points. It was a good competition with plenty of entries.

Phil Lowe Celebration Cup


A good number of entrants in this competition and the winner was Bill Croker with a fabulous 45 points follwed by John Castel with 44 points and Allan Schoenherr 3rd with 42 points.


Senior Stableford Championship


Jess Steele did the double by winning the Senior Stableford with a score of  40points with Alan Read 2nd on countback from Paul Thynne with 39 points. Many thanks to all.

Senior Medal Championships

Jess Steele won the Senior Medal Championship with a net 72. Mick Rust vcame 2nd with a net 73, 3rd was Barry Needham and Mick Robertson 4th. Well done to all who took part. Picture shows Jess receiving the trophy from Senior Captain John Castel with Mick Rust in 2nd place.

Alex Knapton Cup

Kevin Nightingale and Roger Roger Rice won the 2nd edition of the Alex Knapton Cup with an 85, net 61.6. Mick Rust and Geoff Rouse vcame 2nd ( 89 , 63). The best gross score was Barry Needham and Joe Smith (83 , 67.2)

Well done to all in taking part, a good day.

Result from the Alex Knapton Cup
Kevin Nightingale and Roger Rice won the Alex Knapton Cup with a gross 85, net 61.6 with Mick Rust and Geoff Rouse 2nd with a gross 89, net 63. The four nearest the pin winners were Adrian Whiteley, David Cooper, David Chipperfield and Kevin Nightingale. Well done to them and to all of yo for entering the competition keeping Alex Knapton's memory going.
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Ian Cumby 2023

There was a good turnout for the Ian Cumby seniors competition this year. In tricky conditions Bob Adams came out the winner with an excellent 39 points. Ralph Read came 2nd and Keith Leggett 3rd. Well done to all who took part.

Captains Drive in 2023

The three captains, Mick Turner, John Castel and Eileen Banham (standing in for Debbie Plane) drove off to start the 1st competition of the year a Texas Scramble. It was a little bit showery but otherwise the weather was fine. A great turnout and a good day was had by all. The winner team was Mick Rust, Anita Hartley and Wayne Dowler with a ghost player.  Many thanks as always to Mo, Pippa and Gill for arranging and for Mick Turner in ensuring the day went well. Over £100 raised for charity so a great start to the new year.

Xmas Fayre Winning Team


Mick Robertson, Bob Adams, Graham Scott and Roger Rice were the winning team in our rearranged Xmas Fatre on Friday 6th January. They recorded a net 54. Well done to all and the outgoing senior captain Mick Rust who announced a total of £860 raised for the Air Ambulance.

Senior Pairs

A great result by the low handicappers. Mick Robertson and David Chipperfield who won the senior pairs with a great score of 42 points. Keith Leggett and Les Flatt came 2nd with 41 points with Andy Shreeve and Neil Lambert 3rd on countback with 40 points. 

Great scoring all round. Well done.


Senior Singles KO's 2020 & 2022

Mick Rust won the 2022 Senior Singles KO against George Oldman. Here he is being presented with the cup by John Castel.

Just by coincidence John won the KO in 2020 so here is Rusty presenting the cup to John!

MJ Fiddy Cup

On a windy and somewhat wet day 20 odd brave seniors batted round the course in the MJ Fiddy Trophy.

The winner with a very creditable 37 points was Barry Green, pictured here being presented with the trophy by John Castel, senior vice captain and organiser of the competition. Barry Needham was a close 2nd with 36 points and Derke Crow 3rd with 35 points. Well done to all!

Senior Winter Eclectic 2021-22

The winter eclectic has just finished. We had 12 entrants this time, with a total of 78 cards. Let's hope the next season's competition will generate more interest.  Well done to all those who took part.

Winner John Plaskett                £40

2nd place David Chipperfield  £25

3rd Place Mick Rust                  £15

See the full list here or click on the Winter Eclectic page.

Senior Charity Collection 2021

Outgoing senior captain Mick Turner is seen here with the new senior captain,Mick Rust, holding a cheque for £500 which was raised by the seniors in several competitions during the year. The cheque is for £500 to go to the James Paget Hospital.

Great effort guys.

Mick Rust has the Air Ambulance as his senior charity in 2022.

Christmas Stableford Wed 15th Dec

Trevor Bacon won the competition with an impressive 44 points, ahead of Geaff Rouse and John Castell. A good day for the 24 entries and a free draw where everyone won a prize. Well done to Mick Turner on his last appearance as your senior captain, ably assisted by Rusty and John C. Looking forward to 2022.

Peter Harvey

Unfortunately Peter Harvey passed away on the 14th November.

Peter was one of our oldest members and competed regularly in the senior matches and competitions as well as regular Saturday morning club competitions. He was a very keen golfer who played at a very competitive level. He was good company, fitting in well with the other members. The Peter Harvey Cup is being held on Sunday the 5th December so it will be  a good time for a tribute. His funeral is being held at Caister Trinity Church on Monday the 6th December at 11am followed by the wake at Caister Golf Club. He will be missed. A lovely gent.

Senior Pairs Result

Well done Kevin Nightingale and Trevor Bacon in winning a very close Senior Pairs Championship this year. A great result also for Mick and David in coming 2nd.

Many thanks to Rusty for arranging it all. Looks like it was a well supported and enjoyable day, just what golf is about.

Senior Knockouts 2021 - Singles and Doubles

The Doubles Final is between Alan and Ralph Read and Andy and Barry Green - brothers vs brothers! RESULT - Andy and Barry Green won the final.

The Singles Final is between Allan Schoenherr and Barry Green to be played on the 13th September. RESULT Barry won the final 5&4.

Senior Captains Day Friday the 23rd July

This will be a good day for all our senior golfers with nearest the pins on all par 3's and a raffle.

The Phil Lowe Celebration Cup will be presented to Frank Hayes in the clubhouse once the competition finishes.

Result - winner of the Senior Captains Day was Bob Halliday with 42 points.

There was a great atmosphere with a lot of support for charity. Mick raised over £270 for the James Paget and  John Plaskett collected £125 from seniors towards his 72 holes in a day challenge for Prostate Cancer.

Well done seniors!

Phil Lowe Celebration Cup


Frank Hayes won the cup with an amazing gross 86 and a total of 47 points. What a great effort. He is pictured here receiving the trophy from Phil's widow Debra Lowe  with seniors captain Mick Turner in attendance.

Debra made a super speech which really brought it home to us all telling us that Phil said coming to Caldecott was one his best decisions that he made.

All credit to the members for makng him so welcome, albeit for a much shorter time than he would have wished for.

Ian Cumby Friday 14th May

Graham Scott won with a creditable 43 points followed in 2nd by David Chipperfield on 40 points and Kevin Nightingale 3rd on countback. Well done to all 28 senors who entered.

Senior Captain vs Vice Captain

The annual start of the season match between the Senior Captain and Vice-Captain took place on Monday the 12th April. It was a great day with plenty of banter and good humour and a few curses as well! despite a great comeback by the senior captain in his match it was not enough to stop the vice-captains team winning 51/2-31/2 . Well done to Mick and Rusty for arranging and organising the event. A great belatedstart to the season. 

Seniors Xmas Competition - Friday 18th December


A really good day helped by unseasonally fine weather. Some very high scores so if you didn't score over 45 points you didn't make the top 3 in each group. Group A winner was Barry Needham with 50 points followed by Jess Steele 48 and John Forde 46. Group B winner was Joe Allen with 51 points and a hole in 1!, followed by Mick Rust 49 and Leslie Flatt 46. All the groups seemed to enjoy it so well done to Mick Turner ably assisted by his vice Mick Rust for organising and dealing with the last minute cancellations so efficiently. Have a great Christmas and New Year and look forward to 2021 once we are free of all of the tiers.

 In the meatime keep safe and remember hands, face, space.  

For full results see item below.

3 Clubs and Putter Results 2020
Here are the results of the 3 clubs and a putter competition held on Friday the 23rd October. The winner was John Forde with a fantastic 49 points, with Kevin Nightingale beating Roger Rice on countback with 46 points. Many thanks to all who entered.
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Seniors Captain - Alex resignation

It is with great regret  that I have to inform you of my resignation as your Senior Captain. 

Unfortunately health issues have forced this step. It has been really great doing the job and I thank you all for your help and support.

My vice-captain, Mick Turner, will take over with immediate effect.

All future contact must now be to Mick:- email address, whatsapp or text/call 07512 817882

Summer Eclectic to 30th September 2020

Click here to go to the latest results and rules page.

Kevin Nightingale has won the series with Barry Needham a close 2nd and Mick Rust 3rd. Roger Rice had a good last round and just missed out coming 4th. Well done to all who entered and particularly to the podium players! 

Ladies vs Seniors 2020


In an exciting and enjoyable match the seniors just made it over the line 1st with a 3 hole win. The first two matches went to the ladies with good scores but Barry Needham and Graham Skoyles spoilt that with a thumping 9 hole win that turned the match the seniors way. Well done to all, it was a good competition played in great spirit. The ladies will be looking for revenge in 2021.

Summer Seniors Pairs

The weather and temporary greens helped to make the pairs competition a high scoring competitive event.

The winners with a score of 50 points were Geoff Rouse and Jess Steele.  Mick Rust and George Ford were 2nd with 49 points with John Dormer and Graham Skoyles a further point behind in 3rd place.  Well done to all the entrants. 

Ian Cumby Memorial Trophy.Wednesday 22nd July.

Won by Michael Turner with a great score of 42 points! Keith Leggett was 2nd with 41 points and Peter Harvey 3rd with 40 points. Well done to all who entered, it was a great success.

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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Hodds Salver vs Swaffham Away

We had a great match at Swaffham only just failing to overturn the home team by three holes. They were a good side and the match was played in excellent spirit. So quarter finals in 2019 and hoping for further in 2020. Well done team, very many thanks for all of your support.

AGM & 3 Clubs and a Putter


We had a very well attended AGM which went well. The senior captain reported on the year's seniors activity and the treasurer reported on our accounts for the year. We agreed unanimously to donate £250 to the Sandra Chapman Centre at the James Paget Hospital, selected by Phil Lowe, one of our seniors, who is receiving treatment there at the moment. We decided to run a Player of the Year in 2020 for anyone who plays ten games or more in the friendlies. We will continue to add events and ideas  so that we get the most from our membership. Alex Knapton will be the Senior Captain in 2020 with Mick Turner as his Vice-captain so all continued support will be much appreciated.

We played the 3 clubs and a putter competition this year over 18 holes. It worked out very well with Barry Needham coming out the winner with 36 points followed in 2nd place by Gary Aldis with 32 points. The captain offered to buy a cup for next year and add on Barry's name once purchased.

Many thanks to everyone who attended and who played. Your support is always appreciated.

Sad News

One of our seniors, Phil Lowe, sadly died on Sunday after a year long fight against cancer. He was a great addition to the seniors and supported many of our competitions and matches. He will be greatly missed. His funeral will be held at 11.00am on Tuesday the 19th November at the Waveney Memorial Crematorium Beccles and afterwards at Rookery Park GC. 

Senior Knockouts 2019 - latest


The finals have been played.

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Latest - Kevin and Keith win the Senior Doubles Knockout Cup

Latest - Geoff Edwards wins the Senior Singles Knockout Cup

Seniors Pairs 2019

We had a really good day on Friday the 20th September when good weather added to the enjoyment of the day.

There were very good scores, only three pairs failed to reach 40 points.

In the end the pairing of David Newton and David Hansen came out on top with 47 points closely followed by Mick Robertson and Frank Hayes with 46 and Peter Harvey and John Castel a further point behind. Many thanks for all who entered. Fill list of results below.

Geoff Edwards wins MJ Fiddy Cup


What a good inaugural MJ Fiddy Cup. Some great scores, and some not so good! Geoff Edwards proved again to be the golfer in form with 38 points. Barry Needham was second with 37 points just beating Paul Harrison on countback. A great many thanks to John Castel who provided the prizes including a very nice golf bag shaped whisky decanter. Many thanks to all who entered.

Senior Captains Day

Many thanks to all who took part in the Senior Captains Day on Friday the 26th July. A hot day but everyone finished. The winner was David Newton with a great 42 points, Mick Turner scored a very creditable 37 points for 2nd place, credit goes to Peter Harvey who came 3rd with 36 points and who walked the 18 holes in so great a heat and Geoff Edwards the early leader ended up in 4th place. Well done guys.

The team winners were David Newton, Roger Rice and Dick Stratford.

Nearest the pins were won by Dave Hansen, David Newton, Roger Rice and Trevor Bacon. 

On the day £127 was raised for Prostate Cancer. Well done everyone.

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



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Seniors Medal and Stableford Champion

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.
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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 -



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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