Unfortunately due to the weather there were no Whisky Foursomes competition this year, the remainder of the prizes were presented by Les Webster and stand in president DIck Ford. Geoff Wilford Club President is recovering from a fall on the ice, we wish him all the best.
After the presentation The Appledore Band played and Members enjoyed some Mince Pies!
St Loyes Cups played in early October in the Ladies Section the winner with 39 points is Michelle Ward.
Men’s section the winner with 42 points Jack Smallridge
Committee Cup winner Grenville Ford 39 points
Monthly Medal Winners:
October Medal Martin Short 70 November Todd Barrett 71 December Medal Wade Bulmer 69
Stanley Taggart is the eclectic score of all Stablefords through the year
1st Jim Manning with a score of 54
The Charles Stephens Salvers also the qualifier for the Daily Mail Foursomes with 36 points: Richard Hughes & Kevin Rowe
The various matchplay events played during the year
The Victory Foursomes.
The winners of the Victory Foursomes this year are: Gary Fisher and Chris Worthington defending their 2021 title.
The Summer Mixed match play: Liz Mckay & Mike Clifford
The J.H. Taylor Mashie – a men’s singles match play played through the Summer and early Autumn: Bob Colwill
The Northam Ship: Tyler Yarde
The Freeman Legacy: Simon Brundan
Hind Perpetual, for all Medal rounds, points awarded for the first 10 places and Matchplay points, 10 for winning 7 for runner up, 4 for losing semi-finalist 2 for quarter finalist the 2022 winner: Bob Colwill
Can't rate Josh highly enough. He is sensitive to the golfer in front of him, adapting his advice and comments to the swing he sees. Backing any comments up with data that is equally as sensitive - a great combo. Josh doesn't try & overhaul a swing and make you feel lost, rather he provides care
Awesome golf course in an unreal setting and very well maintained, highly recommend playing here if you get the chance. Demanding but fair course that makes you think. If you’re getting a caddie ask for Dave, great guy who knows his stuff
At points wide open. The rushes and bushes are what will swallow your ball. The thing that makes this course tricky will always be fighting the wind and judging yardage. Greens true and well paced. Starter was helpful. Clubhouse like a museum of history