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Club news 

Whowill feature in the New Website Photos? 

Great fun was had by all last week with Andy thePhotographer taking pictures for our new websiteand other marketing materials. 

Andy was here from Wednesday afternoon to Fridaylunchtime and although we were not fortunateenough with the weather to see a sunrise orsunset he did manage to capture some fantasticphotos, he even managed to get the GreenkeepingTeam and Nick out of the kitchen for theirphotos!


Skylarks Trophy

As we approach the Summer Solstice and thelongest day of the year on next Monday we haveon Sunday the Skylarks Trophy and a shotgunstart at 6am followed by a well deservedChampagne Breakfast! 

For the Skylarks draw clickhere

Goodluck Ged

Good Luck to Member Ged Mills and his team offour players taking on the Macmillan 72 Holeslongest day challenge starting out at 4am. 

Also to Member Will Taylorwho is having his team's final round here at theclub. Please give them all plenty of support andencouragement on the day if you happen to seethem!

Father's Day Lunch 

Treat your Father this Sunday the 19th June withSunday Lunch at the club.

One Course £9.50
Two Course £13.50
Three Course £17.50

Competition news 

Ladies Basing Trophy

In the Ladies Basing Trophy this was won by SandraChamberlain with 37 Pointsfollowed in second place by JackieThompson 35 Points and in thirdKes Devine 35Points. 

Junior Golf

On Saturday the Junior Impromptu was won by IsabelEdwards with 38 points with WilliamSmith the runner-up on 35points. 

The Morlands Trophy

The Morlands Trophy on Sunday Sponsored byGreene King saw a field 51 players taking part,in first place winning a £60voucher was Trevor Grahamwith a Nett 66, in second place was ChristineClark with a Nett 66 and inthird was Graham Fullagarwith Nett 67. 

For full results click here:

Seniors news

Seniors June Stableford 

On Thursday, 9 June a total of 61 seniors tookpart in the monthly Stableford. The competitionproduced a close result with 15 players beingwithin 4 points of the eventual overall winner TonyWhitlock

Full Results were:

Div. 1 

1st Eddie Birney37pts 2nd Ken Groom36pts 3rd Chris McNulty36pts (cb.) 

Div. 2 

1st Tony Whitlock38pts 2nd Tony Bastable37pts 3rd Bob Thiele36pts (cb) 

Senior Club Matches - The Match sheet for theaway Match against Aylesbury Vale is on thenoticeboard- please sign-up. 

Challenge Trophy 

This annual competition was played on MondayJune 13th. A total of 40 Seniors entered thecompetition and the overall winner was Bill Keyswho won by the large margin of 6 points. 

Full Results were: - 1st BillKeys 43pts 2nd KevinCrumell 37pts 3rd MikeThompson 36pts 

July Roll-up 

This is on July 12th - start 9.00am (sign in by8.45 am) - sign-up sheet on the Noticeboard. 

Senior Captains Day

This is being held on Monday 4th July, the costof £10to include a BBQ after the play. The format is aTexas Scramble and prizes will be for the first3 teams. 

There will be a raffle to help fund the new clubdefibrillator - prizes would be appreciated.

 Please sign up on the notice board.

Tip of the week 

USOpen Tips from our Pro and keep out of therough! 

Hereare our Professional Andy Taylor's top 3 Picksfor this week's US Open at Oakmont Country Club,so if you are looking to back an outsider andfancy a gamble go for Justin Rose, Branden Graceor Shane Lowry for top 5 finishes. 

The rough and greens at Oakmont according to theexperts may make this the toughest US Openever! 

Speaking of the rough here are a few importantpoints to remember whilst playing our course atthe moment, regarding slow play and making theexperience more enjoyable for everybody: 

- Respect the rough even 1 foot in and it'slost. 

- If you put a ball in the rough then play aprovisional. 

- If you are searching for a ball and a group iswaiting you do not have to wait for 5 minutesbefore calling the group through.

- Always be ready to play your ball, tee in handand mark your mark your card at a convenienttime.

Clickhere to zoom in on the Today's Golferarticle by Andy Taylor.

Shop news 

USOpen special

In the shop we still have a limited number ofthe Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x Number 68 USOpen Golf Balls. 

Celebrating the #1 Ball played at the US Openfor 68 Years! 

Just £39.99per dozen or £10.99 for a sleeve of 3 balls. 

Just Arrived! 

The New Masters SupaLite 2kgs Stand Bag @ £79.95Features: 

- Lightweight - 2kgs
- Dual carry strap
- Self-activating stand
- Grab handles
- 8.5" divider top

2016Green Fee Structure


What'son in June…

Rid your game of the slice
Rid your game of the slice
Request a Lesson
Titleist 915 metal woods
Putt like a pro
Scotty Cameron
Request a Fitting
Titleist Golf Ball Line-Up
Video of the week

Oakmont: More history awaits. Oakmont CountryClub is primed to host its ninth U.S. Open, andpromises to leave another compelling chapter inthe championship's history.

Oakmont: More history awaits
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We hope you enjoyed the newsletter and have agreat weekend. The Golf Team.
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