Category Archives: Opens

SENIORS MATCH – BELLINGHAM (HOME) -20th JUNE 2019

Thanks to everyone who took part in the away match at Bellingham on 23rd May – a fairly narrow defeat – losing 6-4 on a tough course is not a bad result.  We have the opportunity to exact revenge at Allendale on 20th June.  The provisional pairings will be:

Robin Down & Ian Crocker
Jim Hall & Ray Wilson
Robin Makepeace & Geoff Edwards
Dennis Cousins & John Colman
Peter Robinson & Derek Todhunter

Again, only five pairs will be required.

After the Bellingham away match, the scores on the doors are:

Dennis Cousins: 4 pts
Peter Robinson: 2 pts
Cliff Dalton: 3pts
Derek Todhunter: 3 pts
Ian Crocker: 3 pts
Ron Jamieson 2 pts
Jim Hall: 2 pts
Mike Carter: 1 pt
Mark Kimberley: 1 pt
Mike Metcalfe: 1 pt

Finally, don’t forget  the Golf in the Wild Open on Wednesday 12th June.  Many of you have entered already – thanks for that.  There will be full catering on the day – bacon or sausage sandwiches in morning followed by a lunch choice of homemade soup and sandwich, pie and peas, jacket potato with choice of fillings and side salad, quiche and salad, burgers and lasagne.

MKM Junior Open – Results

The MKM Junior Open was held on another day of perfect playing conditions.

Congratulations to all who participated, to the winners from Rothbury and Hexham and to Haydn and Daniel who recorded the best gross scores.  Haydn playing in the yellow tees competition with a gross score of 42 and Daniel playing off the blue tees with a gross of 41.

Our thanks to MKM, and Derek Telfer in particular, for sponsoring the event and attending on the day to present the prizes.

Valeria Dunn
Junior Organiser

Golf in the Wild Seniors Open Results

A great day for the Golf in the Wild Seniors Open yesterday with 51 entries – 48 recorded, 2 non-competition handicap ‘for fun’ entries (Rob Forster 41 points & Colin Chapman 24 points) & one untraced on CDH – Bob Allport – 31 points).  Many thanks to all those who attended especially those who travelled significant distances to be there.

Most of all, congratulations to the four prize winners (for full results click here):

In addition, Malcolm Aitchison wins the lowest gross prize calculated by deducting the player’s handicap from the total points scored – in this instance 38 minus 9 = 29 – 4 points clear of the field.

We look forward to seeing everyone back again next year – Wednesday 12th June 2019 – put it in your diary now!