Monthly Archives: June 2018

Order of Merit

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Below is a link to the latest Order of Merit standings, after the Nicholls Salver. This competition awards 75 points for the winner decreasing by 1 point for each place below at all of the internal SCAGC events. The more you play, the higher you finish. Order of merit 2018 after Nichols

SCAGC win!

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After a few years of domination by Norfolk in this competition SCAGC managed to narrowly beat them in Norwich yesterday. At a lovely sunny Eaton GC in Norwich the 3 captains ( Terry Akers; Howard Maylard; Barry Page) teed the ball up at 11 o/c in the annual 3 counties match between Cambridgeshire Norfolk and Continue Reading

Nicholls Salver 2018

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This year’s Nicholls Salver was contested at Brampton Park on a bright blustery day, the weather improving as the day wore on. A total of 23 players battled the wind on the well prepared course with some good scores and some not so good scores being returned.       The eventual winner was Peter Continue Reading

CROCUS TROPHY

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Another fine day for a SCAGC match, this time away to Norfolk at Middleton Hall on the outskirts of Kings Lynn, Ray Smith again claiming the controlling influence on the weather. After the standard fare of Bacon Roll/Coffee (Beer) battle commenced with a 2 tee start on the not overly long course set in the Continue Reading

Nicholls Salver

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Along with the Society Tankards the Nicholls Salver is one of the original Society Trophies having been played for since 1966. Due to a lack of entries for this year’s competition the deadline for application has been extended. Please apply to Stuart Watson asap and help keep the Society alive.

Captain’s Day 2018

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Gentlemen, Please be aware that this year’s Captain’s Day is on THURSDAY 19TH JUNE at Barkway Park GC, not the 18th as originally stated in the yearbook. This is an opportunity for a large number of members to play a SCAGC course that they haven’t had the chance to play before and you will be Continue Reading

HERVE TROPHY

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    The Herve Trophy is the oldest County match competed for by SCAGC, having been started in 1967 as a triangular match between Cambridgeshire, Essex and Hertfordshire. This year the tradition was continued as SCAGC hosted this year’s match on the Old Course at the Gogs. The 3 Captains teed the ball up on Continue Reading