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Teapot Texas Scramble 2018

The annual Teapot Texas Scramble was held on the 16th September.   The Teapot Trophy was presented after tea and scones had been consumed.   The winning team was headed by Joe, with partners Heather Clements, Helen Howe and John Hurn who came in with a score of 59.2, 2nd place went to Keith Wilkinson, Barry Green, Simon Crane and Jill Trudgill with 62.5, 3rd place Kevin Joy, Helen Burrage, Graham Howe and Lin Wymer with 62.8, 4th Mike Pincott, Paul Watts, Caroline Cuddihy and Jan Sexton 63.6 and 5th Nigel Elmar, Heather Pincott, Chris Langmead and Marjorie Harvey 64.5.

 

Regards

Christine Joy

 

Picture:  John Hurn, Heather Clements, Team Leader Joe, Captain Mike Pincott and Helen Howe


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Newsletter 17/08/2018

 

17/08/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
NEWS AND VIEWS

 

2018 AM-AM

An impressive full start sheet of 27 teams, 108 members took part in the 2018 Am-Am on Sunday. This is one of the most popular competitions of the season and this year was no exception. No less than 24 of the 27 teams came in under par.

SPOT PRIZES:

Fancy dress (George Michael x 4) Martin Wykes, John Stroud, Brian Cuddihy and Mike Bloomfield. Hidden Holes – Trevor Bray, John West, Dick Stearman and Peter Ketteringham Open Holes – Margaret Myhill, Pam Kaye, Heather Clements and Helen Burrage Most bunkers (on count back) – Bill Sargeant, George Crayston, Barry Ellis and Kevin Frappell Shortest Drive – Chris Langmead Nearest pin 2nd shot (on the 6th) Ladies – Maisie Farrely Nearest the pin 2nd shot (on the 10th) Men – Ben Spurgeon Nearest the pin ladies on the 12th – Heather Clements Nearest the pin men on the 17th- Tim Witham Longest put on the 18th – Andy Rawlings Nearest the line on the 7th – Nick Franks

MAIN COMPETITION RESULTS:

6th place (200 on countback)- Richard Wilson, JP, Shaun Murphy and James Garbutt 5th place (199) – Mel Parker, Carol Parker, Glenda Langmead, Chris Langmead 4th place (198) – Nigel Elmar, Alistair Simpson, John Batty, Joe Crane 3rd place (197)- Nick Franks, Mathew Hawkes, Stuart Goodman, Harkan Tokbay

Runners up (195) – Terry Vertigan, Nick Hird, Simon Chisholm, Terry Purple

2018 Am-Am Winners (195 on countback) – PAUL BUCKINGHAM, ALAN BUCKINGHAM, BETH BUCKINGHAM & MIASIE FARRELLY

THANK YOU TO ALL MEMBERS THAT SUPPORTED THIS EVENT, A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MIKE AND HEATHER PINCOTT FOR ORGANISING THE COMPETITION AND PRIZES.

 

Ladies Invitation Day

The ladies held their Invitation Day on Tuesday with 20 pairs playing. The format was four ball better ball stableford playing off 90% handicap. After nine holes the players enjoyed a halfway house provided by the committee. A meal was served in the clubhouse and the presentations then took place. The Ladies Captain, Heather Pincott, thanked all who attended and hoped that everyone had enjoyed themselves and then handed over to the Ladies President, Kathy Duffield, for the presentations. The winners were Elizabeth Bench and Helen Marsters (King’s Lynn) with 45 points, 2nd Kathy Duffield and Elaine Field (Royal Cromer) with 42 points, on countback from Glenda Langmead and Sue Sides (Costessey Park) with 42 points on countback from Dianne Wilkinson and Janet Howes (Scarborough South Park) also with 42 points. Nearest the pin in two shots on the 6th hole for Dereham players was awarded to Jenny Filby, nearest the pin on the 12 hole was awarded to Maureen Burne (Costessey Park) and nearest the line on the 16th hole for all players was awarded to Sally Taylor (Royal Cromer).

 

Sunday 26th August

Please note tee times are still available for the Jubilee Cup on Sunday 26th August, particularly in the afternoon. The handicap league have a match at 2pm, but general play is also now welcome in the afternoon, around these matches.


Lady Presidents Day 2018

The Ladies President, Kathy Duffield, held her day on the 11th August.  The format was an 18 hole stableford with the ladies also playing for the Diamond Jubilee Rose Bowl.    The ladies returned at 5.00 pm for tea and the presentation of prizes.   Cindy Tufts was the winner with 37 points on count back from Sheila Brightwell who also had 37 points.  3rd was Carol Turnbull with 36 points on count back from Jenny Filby also with 36 points.  Cindy was also presented with the Diamond Jubilee Rose Bowl.

Nearest the pin on the 3rd was awarded to Heather Clements, nearest the pin on the 17th went to Carol Turnbull and nearest the line on the 16th to Sarah Hales.

Photo:  Carol Turnbull, Heather Clements, Ladies President Kathy Duffield, Cindy Tufts, Sheila Brightwell, Sarah Hales, Jenny Filby


Newsletter 10/08/2018

10/08/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News & Views 10/08/2018

 

Ladies Stableford

The results of the ladies stableford held on the 31st July are:

Division 1

1st Sarah Hales 40 points, 2nd Jenny Filby 39 points, 3rd Annie Langstaff 37 points.

Division 2

1st Glenda Langmead 38 points, 2nd Diane Davidson 36 points, 3rd Carla Leney 33 points on countback from Anne Taylor also with 33 points.

The Coronation Cup which is a par/bogey competition took place on the 7th August and the results are as follow:

1st Margaret Myhill +5, 2nd Sarah Hales +4 (ocb), 3rd Jane Bizley +4 on countback from Christine Joy who also had +4.

 

KK Smith FINAL TOMORROW

Dereham juniors will play Bawburgh juniors in the final of the K K Smith tomorrow.

The K K Smith trophy is the junior equivalent of the Myhill so a very big event for our young players.

The final will be held at Eaton Golf Club, starting at 2pm

We would welcome your support for our team.

Please come along to Eaton and cheer them on for this prestigious event.


Newsletter 27/07/2018

 

27/07/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
NEWS AND VIEWS

 

Ladies Course Record Broken

Congratulations to Immy who broke the course record on Tuesday with a gross 72, the first time this has been achieved in Competition.

Immy was joint holder of the previous record of 73, scored in August 2017.

A brilliant achievement, well done Immy from everyone at the club.

 

Myhill Agony

On Sunday, Dereham played Sprowston in the Quarter finals of the Myhill Cup.

Played over 144 holes in a foursome format, with morning and afternoon sessions, both sides played to an exceptionally high standard, in some pretty extreme heat.

We came so close, losing to Sprowston by just one hole and it literally came down to the last match on the last green.

A sterling performance by Richard, Nigel, Stuart, Simon, Ryan, Jamie, Matthew and Julian, I'm very proud of the way you dug in and nearly pulled it off.

A special thank you to all the caddies and supporters, you outnumbered those supporting Sprwoston by miles.

Next year will be a different story!

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Ladies Medal

The winners of the ladies medal on Tuesday were:

1st Division

1st Maria Fox nett 64, 2nd Immy Leeder nett 67, 3rd Helen Burrage nett 69.

2nd Division

1st Christine Joy nett 69, 2nd Glenda Langmead, nett 70, 3rd Margaret Myhill nett 71.

Immy came in with a fantastic gross score of 72 which beats the ladies previous course record which was gross 73. Congratulations to her.

 

SEASIDE QUIZ

11 teams contested the Seaside Quiz on Saturday, the next in the series of popular quizes, hosted by Jenny Filby and organised by the clubs Social Committee

Paella was served as the themed food option for the evening, complimented with ice cream cornets at the interval.

The quiz was won by Roger & Helen Burrage together Steve & Pam Kaye with 82 points. In second place were Christine Webster, Victoria Osborne together with Jane and Stuart Bizley on 76.5 points.

Thanks to the Organisers, the Caterers and Bar Staff for a very enjoyable fun evening.

 

DEREHAM CARNIVAL

The Golf Club entered the Dereham Carnival this year for the first time and joined in the parade and had a stall on the the Carnival field. The main objectives were to raise the profile of the club in the community and also to attract new members to the club.

No less than 27 people have registered their interest in the club with the opportunity of attending taster sessions.

Many thanks to the Carnival committee and those that took part in the day for their hard work. Special thanks to Ben Burgess for their generous loan of two golf buggies for the day.

 

AND THE JUNIOR'S KEEP ON GOING!

WOW!!!! what a day yesterday was for our juniors!

Arthur took 3rd place in the Wee Wonders Regional Final at Lakes Cambridge and will now get to play in the final at St. Andrews, towards the end of August.

Joe has become the Norfolk Junior Boys U16 Handicap Champion, played over 36 holes, winning the Roper Cup.

Congratulations to Arthur and Joe for these fantastic achievements.


Newsletter 20/07/2018

 

LADIES AM AM

Dereham Golf Club held their annual AM AM which was fully supported this year and represented by 11 different golf clubs. The format was two scores to count on each hole except for the par 5s where all scores were to count. The winning team was Liz Speak, Jane Brooke, Pat Parker and Betty Belson from Diss who came in with 116 points. This team had never played at Dereham before. Second from Wensum Valley were Sharon Spooner, Liz Dann, Linda Sheppard and Sara Bland with 111 points and 3rd Cheryl Lincoln, Angie Hiles, Margaret Thomas and Pam Whitehead from Fakenham with 109 points. Nearest the pin on the 3rd was Denise Whiting from Feltwell, nearest the pin on the 12th was Anita Jessop from Feltwell and nearest the line on the 16th was Janet Worthington from Bawburgh.

 

ANDREW MARSHALL TROPHY

91 Competitors took part in the annual Andrew Marshall Trophy. This mixed stableford pairs format competition is one of the highlights of the summer calendar.

The scoring was as stunning as the weather with no less than 36 players scoring 36 or higher.

The winning pair on 80 points were Andy Farrelly and Simon Berry. In second place (on countback) also on 80 points were Robin and Jan Sexton, and third place went to Terry Weller and John Hawes on 79 points.

 

JULY MID WEEK STABLEFORD

This week's mid week stableford attracted a field of 51 players, the match was again played in blistering conditions.

Again there was some extremely high scoring with the top four players all coming in with 42 points, and the honours therefore being decided on count back.

The outcome of which was, in first place Mel Howe, second place Jo Crane, narrowly beating dad Simon into third place with Ian Share coming fourth.

 

SMOKING BAN

Due to the potential fire hazard, the notice issued on the 29th June, requesting members to refrain from smoking on the golf course remains in place, and will do so for the foreseeable future. As some members have chosen to ignore this request,

SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED ANYWHERE ON THE COURSE, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE PATIO AND HARD PAVED AREAS AROUND THE CLUB HOUSE.

 

INTEGRATION OF PLAY ON THE FIRST AND TENTH TEE

INTEGRATION OF PLAY ON THE 1ST / 10TH TEE. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event that there is an inter-club match in progress, be it a knock out, league or friendly, involving, junior’s, ladies, men or mixed, all competitors in the match are to be let through on the 10th tee as they come round and players joining the course should wait until the last group in the match have gone through.

Please check the club fixture lists to ensure you are aware of when matches are planned.

 

Up and Coming Events

Social Golf Friday 27th July. Next week's format is "Rainbow golf". These competitions are increasing in popularity and gives, new and established members, young and old a chance to mix and have some fun. There are still a few spaces left, with food also available afterwards.

Jack Bench Trophy Wednesday 22nd August, again a very popular competition, with limited spaces left. Again food is available on the day.

SEE THE NOTICE BOARD FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO SIGN UP.

 
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Newsletter 29/06/2018

29/06/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News and Views

 

Dereham in KK SMith (Junior Myhill) Semi-Finals

On Sunday 24th June, Maisie (Captain), Liam  (Vice Captain), George  and Joe beat Eaton Golf Club to progress to the Junior Myhill Semi's. Dereham's win was emphatic with two wins plus two all square. George's performance was particularly pleasing as he stepped into the team at very short notice. Joe scored his first hole in one on the 17th, a great time to do so whilst representing Dereham in competition. Dereham won five up.

THE SEMI FINAL IS TO BE PLAYED ON SUNDAY 8TH JULY AT MIDDLETON HALL, TEEING OFF AT MID DAY AGAINST KINGS LYNN

WE ARE DELIGHTED TO CONFIRM THAT DEREHAM HAS BEEN SELECTED AS THE NEUTRAL COURSE TO HOST THE OTHER JUNIOR MYHILL SEMI FINAL. THIS IS BETWEEN BAWBURGH AND ROYAL CROMER, TEE OFF WILL BE AT 13.00

 

CAPTAINS WEEK

Thank you from the Captain.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the competitions and activities over Captains week.

Congratulations to all the Winners. Pictured is Jeremy Briggs, winner of the Captains Prize with his playing partners on Saturday.

A special thanks to all the staff and the pro for working hard and helping to make this the highlight of my year as your Captain.

 

Annual Captain vs Junior Captains match

For the 7th year as part of Captain's week the Captain's team played the Junior Captain's team.

Four teams of two, played in this annual better ball match play competition.

Junior Captain Maisie, led the juniors to a narrow win, to retain the title with a 2.5 - 1.5 victory.

All matches were played in good spirits, followed by a light supper and presentation of the trophy.

Well played everyone and thank you for a great evening

 

Beatrice Mack, The Challenge Cup and Ford Trophy Competitions

On Tuesday 26th June the Beatrice Mack Competition was held for those with handicaps up to 20 and the winner was Angela Savory Moll with a net 71, 2nd Annie Langstaff with a nett 73, and 3rd on countback Heather Pincott with a nett 74. The Challenge Cup for handicaps 21 – 30 was won by Helen Howe with a nett 69, 2nd Jenny Filby with a nett 71 and 3rd Maggie Wingate with a nett 72. The Ford Trophy for handicaps 31 and above was won by Christine Joy with 30 points, 2nd Christine Webster with 35 points (ocb) and 3rd Marjorie Harvey 35 points (ocb).

 

JUNE MID WEEK STABLEFORD

36 men played in blistering conditions in Wednesdays mid week stableford.

Hilary Howlett came out on top with a score of 41 points. Matthew Strudwick came second with a score of 40 points, closely followed by Eddie Manus in third place with 39 points.

 

SEASIDE QUIZ

After the succes of the mystery object quiz, we are holding a Seaside quiz on Saturday 21st July. The quiz will start at 7.30pm, with teams of 4 people, £4 per person (pay on night).

Each round have a different seaside theme.

Come along at 6:30pm to enjoy a seafood or vegetarian paella freshly cooked in giant pans. £9:99 - Seafood paella - exotic fish, prawns, cockles, mussels, squid & samphire; flat bread and salad £8:50 - Vegetarian paella - chargrilled vegetables & sundried tomatoes; flat bread and salad

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES TUESDAY 17TH JULY!

 

WHAT A TREAT -INDIAN ROLLING BUFFET

JGLS catering will be showcasing their first rolling buffet on Saturday 14th July, Indian style, to coincide with the Andrew Marshall Trophy.

HELP YOURSELF INDIAN BUFFET MENU:

Chicken Tikka Curry Lamb Roghan Josh Prawn Balti Chefs Special Rice Poppurdoms Naam Bread Chutney

£7.50 per person

Whether you are playing or not, come along and enjoy a tasty treat.

 

COME ON ENGLAND!

FOLLOWING THEIR LACKLUSTRE DISPLAY AGAINST BELGIUM, WE ARE NOW IN THE FINAL 16, THE PUNDITS SAY THIS RESULT PUTS US IN THE BETTER HALF OF THE KNOCK OUT STAGE.

COME TO THE CLUB AND SUPPORT ENGLAND AGAINST COLUMBIA ON TUESDAY 3rd JULY, KICK OFF AT 19.00.

HOT FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE.

 

RAPID RESPONSE

In last weeks newlsetter we asked for volunteers to assist with the removal and refurbishment of the weather- vane from the roof of the club house.

In less than 6 days, the work is underway and the weather vane has been removed and is in a workshop being refurbished.

Thank you to Nigel Elmar and David Ashfield for stepping forward.

The weather vane has been in a sorry state and hasn't functioned for a number of years. If any of you know the history of the weather vane, please let the Captain know.

 
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Newsletter 15/06/2018

15/06/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
Dereham Golf Club

 

Club House Refurbishment
The outline specification is on the club notice board in the lounge, for the next stage of the club house refurbishment. This is as presented to members at the presentation meeting in May. If you wish to comment on the specification or have any ideas, please pass them to the Secretary in writing by the end of June.

The response we got last time was overwhelming, the final budget and our ability to proceed with the work will depend upon the number of volunteers. The sign up sheet for the new work is under the specification on the notice board.

THANK YOU

 

COME ON ENGLAND !!
On Monday the 18th June, why not come to the clubhouse for a few drinks and support England in their first world cup game.

The bar will stay open until 10.30/11pm and a hot food counter will be offered.

 

Diary Changes:
The Men's mid week Stableford in July, booked in the diary for the 11th July has been changed to date to 18th July.

Also please note Social Golf will not take place on Friday 15th June as advertised, next one is scheduled for 6th July. Details are on the notice board if you wish to take part.

 

MENS HANDICAP LEAGUE
The men's handicap league team is going from strength to strength.

On Saturday 9th June we played Great Yarmouth away and came away with a fantastic win at 2.5 against 1.5. Great Yarmouth is always a challenging course and plays to the home advantage, so well done to the team for an impressive result.

On Sunday 10th June we played Barnham Broome away. Never an easy fixture, hover the team came back with an impressive draw at 2-2.

The sign up sheets are in the men's changing room for future events, so please sign up if you are interested in playing for your club. For more information contact David Ashfield

 

MYHILL
DONT FORGET THE NEXT ROUND OF THE MYHILL IS THIS SUNDAY, PLAY COMMENCES AT 9.00AM. COME AND SUPPORT YOUR TEAM IN THEIR NEW TEAM SHIRTS!

 

Chase Cup
The winner of the Chase Cup played on Tuesday was Julie Bray with a nett 69, 2nd Anne Taylor with a nett 74 on count back from Heather Pincott who also had a nett 74.

 

Scratch Cup & Wiseman Trophy Dates
Scratch Cup & Wiseman Trophy Dates:

5 & 9 players - Monday 2nd July at 5pm

18 hole players - Monday 30th July at 1pm

Newsletter 08/06/2018

08/06/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News & Views 8/06/2018

 

Recent Results:
Ping Qualifier:
The ladies played their Ping Qualifier on Friday, this being a four ball better ball competition. The winners were Heather Pincott and Christine Webster with 44 points, runners up were Heather Clements and Julie Bray with 39 points. Heather and Christine will now be waiting to hear whether they have qualified to play at Gainsborough Golf Club in the final which will be held in September.

Par 3 Competition:
52 players competed in the par 3 competition which took place yesterday on the 31st May. The tee boxes were set out in interesting and sometimes difficult positions. Nearest the pin on the 9th hole, with prizes supplied by our professional Will Cross, were won by Caroline Cuddihy for the ladies and J P Soileau for the gents. There were seven prizes for the ladies and seven for the gents in the competition as follows:

Ladies: 1st Marjorie Harvey 27 points, 2nd Christine Joy 26 points (ocb), 3rd Carol Parker 26 points (ocb), 4th Diane Davidson 26 points (ocb), 5th Lisa Baker 26 points, 6th Victoria Osborne 24 points, 7th Glenda Langmead 23 points.

Gents: 1st John Taylor 23 points, 2nd Nigel Elmar 22 points, 3rd Nick Moon 21 points, 4th John Stroud 20 points (ocb), 5th Chris Stearman 20 points, 6th Brian Cuddihy 19 points (ocb), 7th Robin Sexton 19 points (ocb).

Ladies Stableford:
The winner of the 1st Division of the ladies stableford played on Tuesday was Helen Burrage with an amazing 41 points, 2nd Heather Pincott 38 points, 3rd Helen Howe 35 points ocb. Division 2 winner was Anne Taylor with 34 points, 2nd Kay Bates 33 points, 3rd Marjorie Harvey 32 points on count back.

Mid Week Medal

39 members played in the June mid week Medal. Mel Howe won with 68 points. Andy Rawlings came 2nd on count back also on 86 points. Chris Langmead came 3rd on 69 points.

Meadowcroft Cup

20 pairs played in this mixed greensome Stableford, on a sunny afternoon on Sunday. Bradley Rix and Elizabeth Bench came out on top with 41 points, Nigel Elmar and Jill Trudgill came second on 40 points, Steve Slowiok and Christine Webster came 3rd on 39 points.

 

100 CLUB WINNERS
Well done to the following winners of the May 100 Club Draw.

Jane Dunsire - £50

Mike Pincott - £25

John Stubbs - £10

The 100 Club costs just £2 per month and gives you the opportunity to win every month. 

If you would like to sign up, please contact the Secretary.

 

CAPTAINS WEEK
SATURDAY NIGHT PARTY 23RD JUNE

Details of Captains week are on the notice board. Tickets for the final night party are complimentary and can be obtained from behind the bar. 

Hurry, over 50% of the tickets have already been snapped up!

CHAMPAGNE BREAKFAST 24th JUNE

There are still spaces on the sign up sheet for the Champagne Breakfast. Join in the fun in this mixed competition followed by a full cooked English breakfast. 

What could be better on a Sunday morning.

 

MYHILL TROPHY ROUND 2
Dereham take on Thetford in the second round of the Myhill on Sunday 17th June, at Dereham.

Play commences at 9.00am and is played over 36 holes. The course will be shut whilst the match is in progress.

Please come along and support your team!

 

VISITORS FEEDBACK
We have started to monitor the data from the feedback forms filled in by visitors to the club, we are pleased to report the top score came out at 86%, for their overall experience and value for money. 

Well done to all of our staff for the standards achieved to gain the above marks and thanks to our members for making visitors so welcome.

PRESENTATION EVENING

Members Presentation Evening


 Following the success of last years meeting, we are holding a Members Presentation Evening on the 30th May, at the Club 7.30pm.

This will give us the opportunity to discuss with you our progress against the 2017 / 2018 Business Plan and for you to have your say on the plans and the direction the club is moving over the next 12-18 months.

If you have any questions that you would like to raise at the meeting please could you send them to the Secretary by no later than Monday 28th May.

Thank you, we look forward to seeing you there.


Newsletter 25/05/2018

25/05/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
NEWS AND VIEWS

 

Good Start - Handicap League Win at Mattishall
Dereham played against Mattishall away on Saturday and came away with a win. The result of 2&1/2 to 1&1/2.

A big thank you and congratulations to those that represented Dereham.

 

Presentation to Members Evening Wednesday 30th May 7.00 for 7.30pm
This is the final reminder for members to attend the Presentation evening next Wednesday. Not only will you find out more about what has been achieved and what is planned for the next 12 months, you will be able to express your views and opinions on some of the ideas we have as we move forwards. We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Girls Rocks Tour Event 30th May
Continuing with the success of the Girls Rocks initiative backed by England Golf, the girls step up to the next stage of their development next Wednesday as Dereham host the first Girls Rocks Tour event. This event will see the girls both from Dereham and others that have hosted the initiative, take part in putting competition and playing in a mini competition on the course. The tour kicks off at 2.30pm

 

Karaoke Competition Saturday 26th May
To all you serious and not so serious singers out there!
The Karaoke Evening starts at 7.30pm tomorrow. Hosted by Nia and Janel from JDT Music Academy, come along and have some fun.

 

Honesty Bar
Due to licensing laws, we will not be able to stock alcoholic drinks in the fridge. The bar will still operate as planned just with soft drinks, until 9pm every night.
 
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Newsletter 18/05/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News & Views

 

Safeguarding and Welfare Reminder
Transport and Photography: 

Just to remind everyone to be mindful when it comes to our junior members. The Safeguarding Children’s Procedure and Social Media Policy are there not only to Safeguard our Junior Members but also to offer guidance to all Members. 

Two issues to draw your attention to are photography and transport. 

Photos of Junior Members should not be taken, shared on social media or any other means. Dereham Golf Club has its own Facebook and Twitter Pages, there are specific Officers of the Club who can post pictures to these with parental consent. 

Whilst the Club welcome and support junior members participation in matches and events both at Dereham and away, we don’t provide transport. Parents/carers are expected to make arrangements for their child’s travel. 

If members wish to provide transport for juniors, they do so at their own risk, and are not acting on behalf of Dereham Golf Club and must seek parental consent. 
Where an emergency occurs it is best practice for an adult not to transport a child alone but to have another adult member present. 

Be mindful of your actions and don’t leave yourself vulnerable to allegations both now and in the future! 

Thanks 
Sarah

 

Team Spirit
Head Green keeper Tristan would like to say a big thank you to all the part time green keepers who have all pulled together and worked extra hours over the past couple of weeks whilst Chris has been on paternity leave, to keep the course in top condition.

 

Gentle Reminder
If any member wishes to make a complaint, please could you kindly address your comments to the Secretary, either in person, via email or letter. Please try to avoid approaching members of staff directly as they are often busy providing a service to the golf club.

 

Ladies Closed Meeting
On the 15th May the ladies held their Closed Meeting which comprised of an 18 hole medal in the morning followed by a 9 hole greensome competition in the afternoon. There were 6 prizes awarded for the mornings play as follows – 1st Dot Frewin nett 75 (ocb), 2nd Carol Turnbull nett 75 (ocb), 3rd Pam Kaye nett 75 (ocb), 4th Ellie Barker nett 75, 5th Marjorie Harvey nett 77 (ocb), 6th Helen Burrage nett 77 (ocb).

Jean Paskin was nearest the pin on the 3rd hole and Carla Leney was nearest the line on the 16th hole. 

3 prizes for awarded for the afternoons play which was won by Heather Pincott and Dot Frewin with 23 points, 2nd Lisa Baker and Marjorie Parker 18 points (ocb) and 3rd Anne Taylor and Ali Atterwell 18 points.

The mornings competition was the second round of the Earlham Baines Cup and the winner of the combined scores for the two competitions was Carol Turnbull.

Other prizes to be presented were for the American Trophy and the Winter Eclectic which were both won by Jenny Filby and the Sherwood Cup which was for the 4 best medals last year plus the medal on the 15th May and this was also awarded to Jenny Filby.

All prizes were presented by the Ladies President, Kathy Duffield.

 

KK Smith Competition
On 13th May the junior team welcomed Royal Norwich to compete in the K K Smith competition (matchplay junior equivalent of the Myhill). Dereham 'cleaned up' with each Dereham player winning their respective match - (i) Maisie Farrelly Captain 1 up, (ii) Liam Kevern vice-captain 3 up, (iii) Hakan Tokbay 1 up (iv) Joe Crane 2 up. The golf and etiquette from the Dereham team during and after the match was exemplary.

 

Millennium Trophy.
A full house of 88 members took part in the Millennium Trophy on Saturday. The scoring reflected the changeable conditions, however the winner, John Tavener scored a respectable 40 points, Martin Wykes came second with 39 points, Andy Rawlings beat Trevor Bray on countback to take third place on 38 points.

 

Narrow defeat for Dereham Ladies
In the first league match of the season, played at home, Dereham Ladies lost a closely contested match to Sheringham 4-3.

 

Mack Bowl
The Mack Bowl competition was held on Wednesday 16th May, in rather chillier conditions than you would expect for May. 27 players took part and the overall winner was Dave Allen with a score of 73, closely followed by John Batty with a score of 74. Well done.

 

Karaoke Evening – 26th May
Following the success of the Karaoke last year, this year’s event promises to be bigger and better. We had a very entertaining evening with some very good and some very entertaining vocalists. Hosted by Nia and Janel from JDT Music Academy, the event kicks off at 7.30pm.
Food will be available over the bar until 8.00pm.

 

Social Golf
Social Golf on Friday 15th June, has been cancelled and moved to Friday 6th July 2018 at 16.00.

Ladies Closed Meeting May 2018

On the 15th May the ladies held their Closed Meeting which comprised of an 18 hole medal in the morning followed by a 9 hole greensome competition in the afternoon.   There were 6 prizes awarded for the mornings play as follows – 1st Dot Frewin nett 75 (ocb), 2nd Carol Turnbull nett 75 (ocb), 3rd Pam Kaye nett 75 (ocb), 4th Ellie Barker nett 75, 5th Marjorie Harvey nett 77 (ocb), 6th Helen Burrage nett 77 (ocb).

Jean Paskin was nearest the pin on the 3rd hole and Carla Leney was nearest the line on the 16th hole. 

3 prizes for awarded for the afternoons play which was won by Heather Pincott and Dot Frewin with 23 points, 2nd Lisa Baker and Marjorie Parker 18 points (ocb) and 3rd Anne Taylor and Ali Atterwell 18 points.

The mornings competition was the second round of the Earlham Baines Cup and the winner of the combined scores for the two competitions was Carol Turnbull.

 

Other prizes to be presented were for the American Trophy and the Winter Eclectic which were both won by Jenny Filby and the Sherwood Cup which was for the 4 best medals last year plus the medal on the 15th May and this was also awarded to Jenny Filby.

 

All prizes were presented by the Ladies President, Kathy Duffield.

 

Picture shows the winners of the competition on the 15th May.


Captains Charity Day 5th May

Details are now out for the Greene King sponsored charity race night which commences at 7.30pm. Food is available for those that want to pre book.


You can become a Jockey or Owner and have the chance of winning some fabulous prizes. Details for this are behind the bar.
 

 


Newsletter 04/05/2018

 

 

Cold, wet and windy, but happy!
On Sunday, a mixed team from Dereham played at Mundesley in conditions usually associated with winter! Despite the challenging conditions all competitors returned in fine spirits and thoroughly enjoyed the day. The match ended all square at 3-3.
Thank you and well done for all the Dereham players that took part.

 

Captains Charity Day
Heather and Graham are looking forward to Saturdays “Captains” Charity day and wish all those that are taking part the best of luck. 
As well as the Yellow Ball competition, there is also a silent auction (this will be running all day, a raffle and the “Charity Race Night” sponsored by Greene King.

 

Members Presentation Evening 30th May
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE, YOUR PARTICIPATION, VIEWS AND IDEAS ARE IMPORTANT

 

LOCAL RULES
In last week’s newsletter we referred to the change in the local rule to the “sleepered” bunker on the 3rd Green. For a point of clarity this change also applies to the 12th hole.

Sweet and Sour

On Sunday 21st April, the Dereham "Myhill" Team beat a very competitive Middleton Hall team by 13 holes. The match was extremely tight through to the second nine of the afternoon round, with the Dereham team winning 3 of the 4, four-balls, to bring the match home. Dereham face Thetford in the second round, to be played on Sunday 17th June at Dereham.

The Cullington team lost in a very close game against Wensum Valley. Just one hole down after the mornings play, Wensum Valley just managed to maintain the lead through to the end.

All those that played were extremely complimentary about the condition and quality of the course, well done to the greens staff for the excellent course presentation on the day.

On Wednesday Dereham played Bawburgh (away) in the Barnard Trophy, again the competition was tightly contended with Bawburgh just taking the honours 6 up.

All games were played in excellent spirit, thank you to all of you that took part, came to support or caddied for the teams


Newsletter 23/04/2018

23/04/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News and views

 

Sweet and Sour
On Sunday, the Dereham "Myhill" Team beat a very competitive Middleton Hall team by 13 holes. The match was extremely tight through to the second nine of the afternoon round, with the Dereham team winning 3 of the 4, four-balls, to bring the match home. Dereham face Thetford in the second round, to be played on Sunday 17th June at Dereham.

The Cullington team lost in a very close game against Wensum Valley. Just one hole down after the mornings play, Wensum Valley just managed to maintain the lead through to the end. 

All those that played were extremely complimentary about the condition and quality of the course, well done to the greens staff for the excellent course presentation on the day.

On Wednesday Dereham played Bawburgh (away) in the Barnard Trophy, again the competition was tightly contended with Bawburgh just taking the honours 6 up. 

All games were played in excellent spirit, thank you to all of you that took part, came to support or caddied for the teams

 

Piers Clarke Cup
The winner of the Piers Clarke Cup held on Tuesday 24th April was Sarah Hales with a nett 72, 2nd Ellie Barker with a nett 73 and 3rd Carla Leney with a nett 74. Well done ladies.

 

PLEASE USE THE COMMENTS BOOK
If you have any observations, comments, compliments or complaints would members please use the Comments Book in the Club House or if appropriate write to the Secretary. In doing so, we can ensure a timely response. This includes items of maintenance if you notice something that isn't working properly.

It is becoming common practice for members to approach the officers or members of the GMC who may not know the answers or occasionally forget, we are all busy people. 

Whilst we will always try to help and take our roles seriously, we are also members of the club and would occasionally like to enjoy a round of golf without trying to answer questions or queries.

Thank you

 

LOCAL RULE CHANGE - WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT
The sleepers in the pot bunker to the left of the 3rd green are now to be treated as an immovable obstruction and relief can be taken without penalty. You may lift the ball and drop it within one club-length of the nearest point of relief but no nearer the hole (rule 24.2). THE BALL MUST BE DROPPED WITHIN THE BUNKER. 

You may elect to drop the ball outside and behind the bunker under the penalty of one shot.

NOTE: THIS RULE SUPERSEDES THE LOCAL RULE PRINTED ON THE BACK OF THE SCORE CARDS.

 

Members Presentation Evening
Following the success of last years meeting, we are holding a Members Presentation Evening on the 30th May, at the Club 7.30pm.

This will give us the opportunity to discuss with you our progress against the 2017 / 2018 Business Plan and for you to have your say on the plans and the direction the club is moving over the next 12-18 months.

If you have any questions that you would like to raise at the meeting please could you send them to the Secretary by no later than Monday 28th May.

Thank you, we look forward to seeing you there.

 

DEREHAM CARNIVAL
The Golf Club are taking part in this years Carnival and are seeking the help of volunteers. We are taking part in the Carnival Parade and also having a stand on the park. This a great opportunity for the club to present itself to the local community, raise awareness and hopefully gain interest from potential new members.

For the stand, we would like to borrow a 4m x 4m (or similar size) gazebo (with sides), so if you have one can you please let the Secretary know.

We are also looking for volunteers to represent the club either on the parade or on the stand.

A sign up sheet will be put on the notice board, so please put your name down so that we make the most of the occasion.

Thanks

THE CARNIVAL COMMITTEE

 

INVITATION AM AM SPONSORED BY THURLOW NUNN Saturday 26th May
We are still looking for more teams to enter the Invitation Am-Am. Teams must have at least one visitor or guest player (with a current Congu Handicap).

Whilst there will be some excellent prizes on offer, Thurlow Nunn are sponsoring the day and have confirmed that they are offering a brand new VAUXHALL VIVA as the prize for the first hole in one on the 8th hole.

This is an opportunity not to be missed, so sign up as soon as possible to what promises to be a very exciting day.

 

Catering
Our new Caterers would like to welcome members and guests to a Sunday Lunch Special to be held on Sunday 20th May. Please come along and support Johno and his team and welcome them to the club.

Save the Date, more details to follow....

To avoid any confusion our new Caterers are open for bar meals 7 days a week, including Mondays.

 

DGC - 4 Ball Auction
To raise money for our project fund we have kindly had donated a number of 4 ball green fees from the following clubs: Swaffham GC 

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Myhill and Cullington Matches

The first round of the Myhill and Cullington inter club matches take place on Sunday 22nd April, please come along and support the Dereham teams. Play commences at 9.00am.

Please be aware that the course will be closed whilst these matches are in progress. The course will be closed from 8.30am. If you chose to go out before then you will only be able to play 9 holes. The course will re-open about 5.00pm, but this may be dependent upon the progress of the matches.

Good luck to all those that are taking part,

COME ON DEREHAM!


Newsletter 20/04/2018

20/04/2018

DEREHAM GOLF CLUB
News and Events

 

Newhouse Tankard
This seasons qualifies got off to a flying start this weekend with the Newhouse Tankard medal competition.

78 competitors took part, and the sun made a rare appearance for a change.

Mike Pincott won with a 68. Simon Chaney came 2nd on count-back from Julian Ellis on 69.

Well done to all the winners, and thank you to those that took part, a great turn out.

 

Myhill and Cullington Matches at Dereham
The first round of the Myhill and Cullington inter club matches take place on Sunday 22nd April, please come along and support the Dereham teams.

Please be aware that the course will be closed whilst these matches are in progress. The course will be closed from 8.30am. If you chose to go out before then you will only be able to play 9 holes. The course will re-open about 5.00pm, but this may be dependent upon the progress of the matches.

Good luck to all those that are taking part, COME ON DEREHAM!

 

Girls Rock
On Sunday Dereham Golf club hosted Girls Rock, an initiative to get girls into golf backed by England Golf. Dereham were one of only 4 clubs in Norfolk to be selected to host the event.

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and most want to come back and try it again, who knows maybe some new members in the making.

A massive thanks to Will, Maisie, Lily, Immy, Beth and Jen for helping out on the day.

 

Sugar Tax
Last week, the Government introduced a sugar tax on all soft drinks, with effect from 6th April. Unfortunately that is also applicable to the Golf Club. The increase per drink depends upon the sugar content, 

Typically a half pint of coca cola will go up 8p (rated high), and a bottle of tonic water 5p (medium).

Low fat or diet options that contain no sugar are not affected.

 

Breakfasts are coming
Our new caterers will serve a variety of breakfasts on Fridays and Saturdays from Friday 27th April. From bacon rolls to full English, with freshly brewed coffee of tea.

Come on down!

 

Ladies Medal
The result of the ladies medal which was the first round of the Earlham Baines Cup held on the 17th April was :

Division 1

1st Jenny Filby nett 72, 2nd Heather Clements nett 73, 3rd Heather Pincott nett 74

Division 2

1st Jill Trudgill nett 72, 2nd Carol Turnbull nett 74, 3rd Anne Taylor nett 81 (ocb)

 

Annodata Matchplay Competition
On Monday 16th April, 5 of our ladies went to Royal West Norfolk Golf Course to play in the Annodata Matchplay Competition. It was a beautiful day, although a little breezy on the coast. All the ladies enjoyed their matches on this very challenging course but unfortunately did not win. Afterwards they were treated to tea and cakes in the conservatory overlooking the beach. Our thanks go to Cindy Tufts, Maria Fox, Annie Langstaff, Beth Buckingham and Maisie Farrelly who played and our congratulations go to the ladies of Brancaster who go through to the next round.

 

Social Golf
43 members turned out to play social golf yesterday evening which was a 9 hole stableford with a draw for hidden partners. The evening also attracted quite a few people to stay for a meal afterwards. The results were:


1st Steve Slowiok and Nick Frank with a total score of 36 points.

2nd Andy Brown and Marjorie Harvey with a total score of 35 points.

Joint 3rd Chris Langmead and John Taylor and Keith Wilkinson and Brian Cuddihy with a total score of 33 points.

Joint 5th Kevin Joy and Heather Pincott and Nick Moon and Mel Howe with a total score of 32 points.

Nearest the Pin for the ladies was Marjorie Harvey and Nearest the Pin for the gents was Nick Frank.

Thank you to all those who attended to make this a very successful evening.

The next social golf will be on Thursday 31st May which will be a Par 3 competition and we look forward to seeing you all again.

Christine and Kevin Joy

Social Golf Organisers
 
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Girls Rock

Dereham Golf Club have been selected as one of 5 Golf Clubs in Norfolk to host the Girls Golf Rock initiative on Sunday 15th April.

The session is totally free of charge and is aimed at attracting girls into Golf, so come on give it a go.

The initiave is backed by England Golf and no experience or equipment is required.

All you need is comfy clothes and a pair of trainers.

Girls from age 5-18 can take part, so if you have friends or family that are eligible, get in touch with Will Cross on 01362 695631 or email him on derehamproshop@gmail.com.

GIRLS LEARN TO PLAY GOLF IN A FUN WAY THAT ROCKS.


Wedding day nerves

8 gentlemen chose Dereham to play golf on Friday. They were in Norfolk for a wedding and the groom was present and apparently in good form. They split into two teams and the groom had a 4 ft putt on the 18th to half the match, which he unfortunately proceeded to miss.

Thanks for chosing Dereham, we look forward to seeing you again in the future


Diamond Winners

Diamonds are (Dereham) Girls Best Friends


Two pairs of our ladies played in the Diamond Knockout against Swaffham at Dereham on Saturday 24 March. Both pairs played exceptionally well and with both pairs winning their matches and a final score of 13 up, they are through to the next round which is against Middleton Hall at Middleton.  The date of this match is still to be finalised.  Our congratulations and thanks go to Helen Burrage, Pam Kaye, Annie Langstaff and Heather Clements for a fantastic performance on the day. 

Good Luck in the next round ladies!


 

 


 


Vincent Eclectic

Only 28 members managed to play twice in the Vincent Eclectic due to the adverse weather conditions and completed their combined cards.


Considering the conditions, there were some impressive scores, Simon Chaney took top spot with a net score of 58.7 (this is not a typo!). Jamie Beebie came second with a score of 61.8 followed by Julian Ellis with a score of 64.7.


As it wasn’t possible for some players to submit two cards in the competition, the Competitions Committee has agreed for those players to have the £4 entry fee refunded.
 


Daily Mail Foursomes

Daily Mail Foursomes


Dereham hosted Fakenham in the Daily Mail Foursomes. On the day Fakenham got the upper hand and won the match 4 and 3. Dereham were represented by Helen Howe and Annie Langstaff.


Newsletter 29/03/2018

New Website
In accordance with our commitment to improve communications with members and visitors we are pleased to announce the launch of our new web-site. 
The website contains far more information and as can be seen from the photograph it is now adaptable to laptops, tablets and mobile devices.
There are a few more updates to install, however as it is 95% complete, we thought it beneficial to launch it now.

 

 

Message from the Greens Team
The greens team have done an excellent job over the past few months in keeping the course open whenever possible and in making preparations for the new playing season.
Please can you be mindful of the following:
Pitch marks: Please be mindful to take a few moments to repair pitch marks when on the greens, and look out for those left by those in-front of you. It doesn’t take many seconds, but makes the world of difference to keep the greens in tip-top condition.
Divots: The use of the divot repair bags appears to have gone out of fashion with some of us. It is important that we get into the habit of doing so now that the growing season is upon us.

 

Captain / Pro – Sign Up Sheet
Yes its back, the Captain pro sign-up sheet will shortly be put up in the men’s changing room. We are planning a minimum of 20 matches and can add more if there is demand.
Winners of these matches get the opportunity to win a major prize at the end of season final to be played on Saturday 13th October.
See the sheet for entry conditions.

 

Nine hole waltz competition
The ladies played a nine hole waltz competition on the 27th March which was the Ladies Captain and Ladies President’s Competition. The winners were Margaret Myhill, Christine Webster, Jenny Filby and Sheila Brightwell with 39 points, second Lisa Baker, Marjorie Harvey, Ali Atterwell and Cindy Tufts with 36 points and third on count back Carla Leney, Jill Trudgill, Helen Burrage and Angela Savory Moll. The Ladies Captain and Ladies President presented the winning team with prizes.



Picture: Heather Pincott (Ladies Captain), Christine Webster, Jenny Filby, Margaret Myhill and Kathy Duffield (Ladies President).

 

Easter Texas Scramble
Dereham Golf Club held their annual Easter Texas Scramble on Sunday 25th March with 13 teams taking part. After the game hot cross buns were served and then the presentation took place. The winners were Trevor Bray, Chris Langmead, Helen Burrage and Jen Brown with 59.8 with a score of 59.8, second was Nigel Elmar, Steve Slowiok, Pam Kaye and Glenda Langmead with 62.2 and third Kevin Joy, Jan Sexton, Sarah Hales and Caroline Cuddihy with 63.8.



Picture: Heather Pincott, Ladies Captain, Chris Langmead, Trevor Bray, Jen Brown, Helen Burrage, Graham Howe, Club Captain.



The Captain, Graham Howe, presented Steve Slowiok the Sunday Circus Trophy which he won for his overall performance in the Sunday Circus but was unable to attend the presentation on the final Sunday of the Circus.
 

Easter Texas Scramble

Dereham Golf Club held their annual Easter Texas Scramble on Sunday 25th March with 13 teams taking part.  After the game hot cross buns were served and then the presentation took place.  The winners were Trevor Bray,  Chris Langmead, Helen Burrage and Jen Brown with 59.8 with a score of 59.8, second was Nigel Elmar, Steve Slowiok, Pam Kaye and Glenda Langmead with 62.2 and third Kevin Joy, Jan Sexton, Sarah Hales and Caroline Cuddihy with 63.8.

Picture:  Heather Pincott, Ladies Captain, Chris Langmead, Trevor Bray, Jen Brown, Helen Burrage, Graham Howe, Club Captain


Ladies Away Day

The Ladies Captain, Heather Pincott, held her away day at Bawburgh Golf Club on Tuesday 13th March.   The format was a draw for partners (one high handicapper and one low handicapper) and the best score to count on each hole except the par 3s where both scores counted.

The conditions were very difficult which reflected the scoring.  After the game the players sat down for a meal and then the presentations took place.   In first place was Helen Burrage and Dot Frewin with 35 points, 2nd place Cindy Tufts and Diane Myton 34 points, 3rd Place Maria Fox and Diane Davidson 32 points and 4th place Jane Bizley and Anne Taylor 31 points (ocb).   Nearest the pin on the 2nd hole for those with a handicap of under 22 was the Ladies Captain, Heather Pincott and nearest the pin with their second shot on the 12th hole were those with a handicap of 22 and higher was Anne Taylor.

Pictured:  Anne Taylor, Jane Bizley, Helen Burrage, the Ladies Captain Heather Pincott, Dot Frewin, Diane Davidson, Diane Myton and Cindy Tufts


Sunday Circus Report

Dereham Golf Club finished their 62nd Season of the Sunday Circus the report being as follows:

Dereham Golf Club celebrated another year of their Sunday Circus competition with afternoon tea followed by the trophy presentation.

Overall winner was Steve Slowiok with Nigel Elmar the best gent and Carol Parker the best lady.

The friendly mixed greensome competition this year was played on Sunday afternoons from the end of October until the middle of March with a weekly draw for partners and points being awarded to each pair in the top three

This season 16 competitions have been played, losing one to another competition and three to bad weather.   390 members have participated at various times, comprising 27 men, 30 ladies, 3 junior boys and 1 junior girl, with an average of 24 turning out each week.

A golf ball was presented to every player who had attended the circus five sessions or more.

 

Picture: Sunday Circus winners: Best Gent:  Nigel Elmar,  Best Lady:  Carol Parker pictured with Captain Graham Howe

Unfortunately the overall winner Steve Slowiok was unable to attend.


Newsletter 11/05/2018

 

 

Preffered Lies
Please be advised that preferred lies will be withdrawn as of Monday 14th May 2018.

 

Hi Lo Candlestick Foursomes
The winners of the Hi Lo Candlestick Foursomes played on the 8th May were Helen Burrage and Kay Bates with 33 points, 2nd Sarah Hales and Marjorie Parker 33 points and 3rd Sheila Brightwell and Christine Joy 30 points.

 

NCGU Kenneth Smith Trophy
Our Juniors will be taking part in the second round of the above Trophy. Please feel free to turn up and show your support, all welcome. Tee off 1pm.

 

Baby News
We would like to announce the safe arrival of our green keeper Chris Mitchell's baby. 
Kayla May Louise was born on Sunday 6th May. 
Congratulations to Chris and his partner Keli.

 

Half way house
To avoid any confusion a half way house will be offered every Saturday regardless and on Sundays when a competition is held.

 

INVITATION AM AM -IMPORTANT UPDATE IMPORTANT UPDATE
THE MAY MIXED INVITATION AM-AM, ON SATURDAY 26TH MAY IS NOW OPEN TO DEREHAM ONLY TEAMS.
ENTRY £50 PER TEAM
(PAYMENT IN ADVANCE PLEASE- USE THE ENVELOPES IN THE CLUBHOUSE- CLEARLY WRITE YOUR NAMES AND COMPETION ON THE ENVELOPE)
ALL WILL BE ENTITLED TO GO FOR THE HOLE IN ONE PRIZE AND NEAREST THE PINS, 
“DEREHAM ONLY TEAMS” WILL HAVE A SEPARATE PRIZE FUND AND PRIZES FOR 1ST, 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH PLACED TEAMS.
PLEASE SEE THE SIGN UP SHEET ON THE NOTICE BOARD

 

CAPTAINS CHARITY DAY
Graham and Heather would like to thank everyone for making Saturday a spectacular success, 103 members took part in the competition and many stayed for food and the horse racing in the evening. Thank you to the sponsors Greene King and everyone that helped or took part on the day.
Congratulations to the winners of the yellow ball competition Peter, John, Charles and Norman with a score of 120, Ron, Mel, Steve and Tam came second on count back on 118, beating Alan, Polly, Christine and Steve, Tim, Carol, Mel and Goose came fourth on 117.
Nearest the pin for the ladies on the 3rd was Kathy, nearest to the pin on the 8th for the men was Stubby.
On the day we raised £2000.00 for the Captains Charity Fund, which this year will be donated to the Project Fund.

 

Members Presentation Evening 30th May
PLEASE SAVE THE DATE, YOUR PARTICIPATION, VIEWS AND IDEAS ARE IMPORTANT.

7.00 for 7.30 start.

 

Fred Nicholson 18th May
Please note the Fred Nicholson event is not taking place next Friday.

 

Dereham Golf Club

Quebec Road, Dereham, NR19 2DS

Tel: 01362 695900  Email: office@derehamgolfclub.com

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