|Date||Event||H/A||Tee Closed||Tee Opens|
|Fri 30||Wake (Clubhouse)||H||Starts 13:45||Ends 15:45|
The winners on the day were Gary & Nick Wiggins who won on count back with a total score of 61 points, 16 points in the morning 9 hole comp and a superb 45 points in the afternoon 18 holes. They just pipped Chris Elliott and his guest Mike Robinson, their 61 points comprising of 23 in the morning and 38 in the afternoon. In 3rd place was David Speechley and guest Adam Green on count back with 59 points (19 & 40), in 4th place and unfortunately just out of the prizes was Derek Rowlett and his guest Charlie Claxton. Nearest the pin on the 6th/15th was guest Paul Roberts.
MGC President, Peter Jones, presenting the President's Putter to the winners, Steve Campbell and Teresa Layton. Result: 1st. Teresa Layton & Steve Campbell 38 points., 2nd. Brenda Softley & Lewis Ogden 36 points.,3rd. Glenis Jones & Nick Carter 34 points.
The 2016 Fun Day was held on July 30th and was held to help raise funds for the East anglian Air Ambulance. The evening event was attended by over eighty members and guests who enjoyed a Hog Roast prepared by Tan Rose butchers and Classic Catering. The entertainment was provided by the excellent B2 and Laura Prince. Sixty eight golfers took part in the competition and £1,721.67 was raised for the charity . Thanks are expressed for our sponsors Clovelly House, Ben Burgess, March Quality Meats, Nigel Fuller, Artistic Metalica and the Club’s insurers Circle Golf. The winners of the competition were: Men: 1. Gary Wiggins (44 pts), 2. Mike Lee (42pts), 3. Tom Cracknell (41pts on c/b), 4. Steve Campbell Ladies:1. Jean Alterton (36pts), 2. Emma Norman (33pts on c/b), 3. Shona Kent. Please click on "Read More" for photographs of the evening event.
Read the July 2016 Newsletter on line by clicking on the Adobe Acrobat image. Remember to wait for the document to load. Previous editions of newsletters are accessible on the "top" menu under "Members".
Lady Captain Glenis Jones held her Lady Captain's Day on Tuesday the 5th July. Twenty Nine ladies took part in the competition which began with Coffee and Danish Pastries. The overall winner was Sarah Oldham (33 points). The Handicap Category winners were Jo Rowlett, Teresa Layton and Pearl Moss. Jo Rowlett and Teresa Layton shared the Past Captain's Cup. Fiona Wood won the nearest the line prize and the two nearest the pin prizes were won by Carolyn Morton and Sarah Oldham. The day ended with a meal and prize presentation. A nine hole Men's Stableford competition was won by Keith Threadgold with 19 points.
Club Captain Malcolm George is delighted to announce that his Vice-Captain for 2016 is Ivan Roberts. Ivan is a long-standingand highly respected member and supporter of the Club. Malcolm looks forward to working with Ivan for the remainder of his Captaincy year.
The 2016 Selby-Taylor Opticians trophy competition was held on the 2nd July. At the evening gathering, Steve Campbell, on behalf of the Club, thanked Mr Bill Kalsi and his family for sponsoring the day. He commented that they had sponsored this event since 2007. Not only do Selby-Taylor supply the prizes but also the buffet in the evening, which was well received by members and guests alike. The photograph shows the winners of the Mens and Ladies competitions (Les Forrester and Gail Arnold) along with our local MP Mr Stephen Barclay and Bill's son, MD of Selby Taylor, Maninder Kalsi. Full results: Mens 1st Les Forrester 39 points, 2nd on count back Lewis Ogden 36 points and 3rd Sean Canavan 36 points. Ladies, 1st Gail Arnold 33 points and 2nd Emma Norman 30 points.
|1st||G Neugebauer||- gross 153 after play off|
|2nd||L Ogden||- gross 153|
|3rd||I Roberts||- gross 157|
|1st||N Carter||- net 140|
|2nd||R Henshaw||- net 141 on count back|
|3rd||L Ogden||- net 141|
Many congratulations to Gary and Nick and thanks to all who took part in this most important event in the Club Year.
MGC won a Goddard Cup match today, beating Girton Golf Club 4-2. Gary Neugebauer and Ivan Roberts won their foursomes match 4 and 3, Andy Parsonage and Steve Campbell lost their tight foursomes match 1 down, Lewis Ogden won his singles 1up, Blue Revell won his 6 and 4, Rory Parker won his 5 and 3 and Ben Fisher, though playing very well, lost his 4 and 3. Many congratulations to the team on an excellent performance. Wishing you great success for the next round.
We are delighted to announce that we have an on line booking system in place for our Millionaire Golf. The system is accessible by clicking on the top menu (Visitors->Millionaire Golf->Log In Page) or by simply clicking on the Millionaire Golf tab found on the right hand edge of your screen.
Millionaire Golf offers non-members the availability to book tee-times for Twilight Golf. We publish the available slots on this web site, as you will see from the above mentioned web page (highlighted within the red bounded box). There is a Help file available from the log in page.
MARCH GOLF CLUB MIXED OPEN SUNDAY 2ND OCTOBER
18 HOLE PAIRS BETTER BALL STABLEFORD - MANY PRIZES FOR HOME AND AWAY PLAYERS
ENTRY FEE £45 PER PAIR TO INCLUDE COFFEE - ON ARRIVAL AND A TWO COURSE MEAL AFTER PLAY
ALL PLAYERS MUST HAVE AN “ACTIVE” HANDICAP - (Max handicap for the competition Gents 28 – Ladies 36)
You may of course enter if your handicap exceeds this. Please click here to download an application form.
The Seniors section of March Golf Club is delighted to be able to invite golfers to their 2016 Seniors' Open on Friday the 26th August. The competition is open to men of 55 yrs and over and the competition is an 18 holes Stableford (9/10 handicap). Prizes for home and away players. The entry fee is £50 per pair, including coffee on arrival and a two course meal following play. Please click here for the entry form.
The Men’s day away has been booked for 8th May 2016 at Whilttlebury Park Northamptonshire:-
Whilttlebury Park Golf & Country Club offers 36 holes of fantastic championship golf. Made up of four sets of 9 holes guests are welcome to play different combinations to make up 18 holes. The golf club has a rich history as at one point it formed part of the Royal Whittlewood Forest, which is home to red deer and was once a Royal Hunting Forest.
The venue reviews very well and has excellent leisure and spa facilities.
A great night was enjoyed by 61 guests, with Prosecco reception followed by a 3 course meal provided by Classic Caterers. The evenings entertainment was provided by Sams Disco and the
President,Peter Jones and his wife Glenis, Lady Captain, started the dancing off which went on til late, thanks to Lee Batchelor for the fireworks after midnight.