Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tankards

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St. Neots GC was the venue for the 2012 AGM and the Tankards Competition. As usual, St. Neots GC made the 56-playing members of the Society extremely welcome. The course and greens were in excellent condition considering the time of the year and this resulted in some very good scores being recorded. In second position Continue Reading

Retirements

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Art Kelleway After many years as Liaison Officer for Ely City GC, Art Kelleway has decided to retire from the post. Sadly, over the past several years Art has had a few heath problems, that’s curbed him from playing active golf. He therefore feels, perhaps a younger man would be more active in the position Continue Reading

Welcome

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At the AGM the following members were voted in as new Liaison Officers. Ian (Monty) Bridgeman was appointed the new Liaison Officer for Ely City GC. Keith Howlett was appointed the new Liaison Officer for Bourn GC John Mandeville was appointed the new Liaison Officer for Saffron Walden GC. I’m sure we all wish them Continue Reading

Get Well Soon

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It has been brought to my attention that John Fenton (Royston GC) and Tony Butler (Girton GC) have had serious health problems over the past several weeks. We all wish them a speedy return to good health.

New Match Managers for 2013

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Two new appointments as Match Mangers for 2013. Hugh Carlisle takes over as Match Manager for the Buckinghamshire Match. Ian (Monty) Bridgeman takes on the new job as Match Manager for our latest County fixture against Hampshire/Isle of Wight & Channel Isles.

New Committee Member

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We welcome David Creek to the Committee. David has served for many years as the Liaison Officer for Brampton Park GC and has now joined the Committee as the designated SCAGC Captain for 2016.

1st Match Victory & 1st Hole in One

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Our newly appointed Captain, Phil Black started his year with a double first! Bourn GC was the venue for our first match against Hampshire/Isle of Wight & Channel Isles Captains. The day started with perfect playing conditions, one could actually say it was “Stumpy Smith Day” beautiful sunshine with not a cloud in the sky.  Continue Reading