August 2017 – Lamberhurst GC
This month we visit the home course of a few MGS members including the Hon Secretary himself. The course boasts glorious views of Kent’s rolling countryside and runs through parkland of outstanding beauty on both sides of the River Teise.
Lamberhurst Golf Club,
Tel: 01892 890591
Time: 13:00 for first tee off 14:00 – tea/ coffee and bacon roll on arrival
Dress Code: Smart casual for the post golf meal.
For those with a handicap of 18 or less the society Strokeplay Cup will be played for over 18 holes off full society handicaps. (Those in the strokeplay championship are also requested to keep a stableford score for the round which will be included in the Player of the Year calculations!!)
For those with a handicap of 19 or over the Stableford Shield will be played for over 18 holes off full society handicaps.
Nearest The Pin – 7th hole
140 yards off the yellows and 123 off the reds a stroke index 17 hole prompting some birdies from some!
The nearest the line -13th hole
On this occasion the Longest Drive competition will be replaced by the nearest the line competition on the 13th fairway as we did last year.
NB: No team competition will take place at this event.
Order of Play
Firstly, a warm welcome to our guest for the day Graham Riddall. Tee times start at 2pm. We have 14 confirmed players – please be at the tee and ready to go 5 mins before your tee time. Please avoid slow play at all times.
|Tee Time||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3|
|2.00||Alan Bigley (10)||Micky Mann (14)||Alan Bond (18)|
|2.08||Sandy Hoolahan (13)||Jerry Watkiss (15)||Mark Hughes (13)|
|Tee Time||Player 1||Player 2||Player 3||Player 4|
|2.16||James Gallifant (28)||Peter Cudmore (24)||Kelvin Patterson (23)||Graham Riddall (guest 26)|
|2,24||Ken Wapling (24)||Frank Goulding (24)||Brian Day (20)||Andy Tippett (25)|
NB: we have the possibility of a late new entrant near or on the day in which case the above fourballs will be reconfigured as threeballs.
We look forward to seeing you all on Friday when the weather fingers crossed looks dry and warm.