Mens Dinner 2020 Guest Speaker - Iain Carter BBC Golf Correspondent

Iain Carter
We are delighted to announce that the guest speaker for the 2020 Mens Dinner will be Iain Carter who is the BBC Golf Correspondent.Iain has been the BBC‘s Golf Correspondent since 2003. Since then he has led commentary teams for 5 live at major championships and Ryder Cups. Accruing hundreds of thousands of airmiles each year, Iain travels the golfing globe to provide reports, blogs and tweets from all of the game’s most important tournaments.Iain is also a capable single figure handicap golfer ...
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Mens Dinner Speaker 2019 - Jeremy Robinson

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The Men’s Dinner speaker for 2019 will be Jeremy Robinson European Tour player and Director of Blackstar Golf.Jeremy had a successful Amateur career with wins at: 1982 Peter McEvoy Trophy 1985 Lincolnshire Amateur Championship 1987 Brabazon Trophy, Lagonda Trophy, Berkshire Trophy, Scrutton Jug.Jeremy represented GB in the Walker Cup in 1987 winning two and halving two matches.He turned Professional in 1988 were he won Five times on the Challenge tour.Jeremy played in the Open Championships on 4...
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The Mens Dinner 2019 - Friday 29th March

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The Mens Dinner is an annual event at the Club which involves an evening Dinner, usually with a speaker and then a "live" draw for partners prior to an American Foursomes golf match the following morning. In 2014 we had 80 entries which is the maximum number.There is a "Tote" run after the dinner in which members can wager on the following days pairings that have been drawn out of the hat.For 2019 the winners of the "Monthly Medals" over the preceding year will get free entry to the dinner - a s...
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Corona Virus Warnings

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Cards are available in the starters hut by the white tees

The golf courses are now open for MEMBERS only.
Visitors from Devon/Cornwall and Somerset will be permitted from 1st June.
These Tee times must be booked through the office via a phone call, (01237 473817)  Full payment must be made with the booking.
These can only be booked 5 days in advance

You can book as a single player or as a two ball (max) 3 & 4 balls will be allowed from Friday 5th June

The following rules must be adhered to for the safety of Staff and Members

Always keep to the 2 metres social distancing rules.

Golf and booking guidelines

All tee times must be booked in advance, (including Pimply and The Taylor courses) either on-line or by calling 01237 473817

No one should turn up without having a tee time booked unless they are using the practice ground.

No golf is permitted before 7am on the main course and 9am on the short courses.

You must only arrive 15 minutes before your tee time and leave as soon as your game has finished.

 

Competitive golf with the above restrictions is going well.

To book a tee time we have set up a competition start sheet for each day and each course.

Go to Competition/upcoming, all three courses are bookable.

You can book as a single player or as a two ball (max) 3 & 4 balls will be allowed from Friday 5th June

Tee times can be booked up to 7 days in advance. Maximum of three tee times per golfer over a 7 day period however you may book an additional tee times ON THE SAME DAY if there are spares.

The start sheets will open at 7pm each evening.

Maximum of 4 players on the practice ground-range ball buckets handles should be cleaned prior to use, cleaning spray next to buckets.

Equipment

All golf equipment must arrive and leave with you, including trolleys.

If your clubs are in the locker room, arrangements for you to collect them can be made by calling 01237 473817.

All golf shoes must be changed in the car park.

Facilities

The indoor net will remain closed. 

Shoe cleaning equipment is not in use.

The Clubhouse will remain closed.

Golf Course

Most bunkers are now INPLAY - preferred lies are in operation within all bunkers ( 6" placement ) All rakes have been removed from the bunkers,

All flags must remain in the hole, the ball will only drop into the top of the hole and can easily be retrieved without touching the flag stick.

Ball scoops - removed.

Bins and benches removed.

The front gate has a towel wrapped around the handle which has been soaked in disinfectant-remember anything you touch has the possibility of infecting you!

The Committee has agreed failure to comply with these rules will mean a two-week ban, sorry but we need to be firm.

Hand sanitiser is available outside the front door of the Clubhouse.

As per government advice, shielded members must still remain at home until 30th June.

 

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