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Subs Promotion 2018
MGC Clubhouse

Our clubhouse provides a warm and inviting atmosphere for both members and visitors.

Subs Promotion 2018
Bespoke Weddings

We are able to offer you a venue and complehensive wedding package for your special day.

Clubhouse Patio

Our clubhouse patio offer you the perfect place to relax following a great game of golf.

Clubhouse Patio

Relax and enjoy views across the course from our clubhouse patio.

MGC Golf Course

Enjoy 18 holes of testing golf on a course consistently praised by members and visitors.

Wedding Venue

We offer a superb wedding venue with great catering facilities and ample car-parking.

Fenland Views

Formed in 1923, MGC is a well established Club and course.

Clubhouse

View from the 10th tee towards the clubhouse.

Weddings and Functions Venue

We are able to cater for weddings and a wide range of private functions.

View of the 2nd Green and pond

The 2nd hole at MGC is a testing par 3.

MGC Seniors
March Golf Club has an active Seniors Section.
View over the course from the patio
View from the putting green towards the 6th hole.
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Welcome to MGC

A Welcome from our Club Captain and Lady Captain.

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Bar Opening

Bar Opening Times 2016-2017:

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Green Fees

Discover the cost of our most reasonable Green Fees, as set out below:

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Join Our Club

Would you like to join a great club?

With the joining fee currently suspended, there's no better time to join.

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IN CASE THERE HAS BEEN ANY CONFUSION, THE BIDS FOR THE GOLF VOUCHERS ARE WHAT YOU WISH TO PAY IT MAYBE £20, £30, £40 OR WHATEVER YOU CAN AFFORDCLOSED AUCTION BIDS FOR THE FOLLOWING ARE AVAILABLE:

MANOR OF GROVES – SAWBRIDGEWORTH, HERTS 4 BALL
ELY CITY – 4 BALL 
THETFORD 2 BALL 
ST IVES – 4 BALL
FRINTON-ON-SEA – 4 BALL 

PLEASE COULD YOU PUT YOUR SEALED BIDS IN AN ENVELOPE AND GIVE TO MICHAL IN THE OFFICE OR MICK OR SANDRA ON SATURDAY AND MARK THEM FOR THE GOLF COURSE OF YOUR CHOICE
ALL BIDS MUST BE IN BEFORE 4PM ON SATURDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER


THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR EACH OF THE AUCTIONS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AND DISTRIBUTED ON SATURDAY EVENING (22ND SEPTEMBER)

Read the new "Gem in the Fen" August 2018 Newsletter on line by clicking HERE. Remember to wait for the document to load. Previous editions of newsletters are accessible under Members->Newsletters.

A reminder that the 2018 diary showing all of the current fixtures is available on line. Further, for those members who would like to have a copy of the diary on their phone or tablet, having access to the Google Live diary is also available. This diary contains not only the original listing but also additions and amendments that are regularly added. To gain access, please see the following web page by clicking here.

The annual Selby Taylor Trophy was held on Sunday the 19th August. The competition has been kindly sponsored by Selby Taylor Opticians for the past 11 years and the tophies were presented by the Mayor of March helped Mr Bill and Mr Min Kalsi of Selby Taylor Opticians of March (see photo -Photo left to right Jonathan King, Tina Roberts, Bill Kalsi , Min Kalsi (Selby Taylor) and Madam Mayor Jan French)

Saturday 4th August saw the club have the Summer Ball where 79 Members and friends attended. They had a 5 course dinner and dancing to the 59 ERs. A great evening was had by all.

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As many of you are aware I have been away from the Club for some time. My daughter Michelle had been on the Liver transplant register for a while and was called into Kings College Hospital London for a transplant. This was carried out on 24th May, unfortunately after only a few hours this was rejected by her body and a further transplant was carried out. Michelle was in an induced coma for just over five weeks. During this period she had a further four major operations to save her life. On Saturday 30th June she lost the fight for her life (she was only 37). I would like to thank the many members who have messaged, phoned or sent to Sandra and myself cards of Condolence. Your thoughts are very much appreciated. I would like to make special mention of our Vice Captain Alan Jones for the way he has taken over and carried the club forward. (I will reciprocate next year I promise), I would also like to thank the members who have helped Alan by volunteering to play in our club matches and keeping our good name within the area for fulfilling our fixtures. I am wanting very much to return to playing and being amongst you all as soon as I feel able.
Mick

In windy and difficult conditions the weekend proved more than a match for most golfers competing in March Golf Clubs Men's club championship. Saturday was the qualifying round with those who survived the tough conditions going forward to play in the final round on Sunday. Sundays tricky pin positions once again testing everybody's patience and golfing skills. Club champion of the year was once again Gary Neugabauer who survived a very spirited challenge from Lewis Hearn to pip him to the title by one shot. Lewis's consolation was that he deservedly and comfortably won the Club's Handicap Championship playing both days under his handicap.

The increasing popular 9 hole monthly mixed fun event and barbeque was contested on a beautiful evening on Friday 1st June. 38 players played 9 holes of stableford with many more coming for the barbeque.

The ladies prize was scooped by club secretary Michal Simpson and the spot prize of "nearest in two" at the 14th hole was Brian Curran. The mens' top place went to James Campbell. He had a super round with a brand newset of irons that literally were delivered just a few moments before he teed off!! Runners up spots on 20 points apiece were Simon Moore and "new member"Lewis Rogers. Lewis came back from a "eurovision" start on the first hole to amass his score, whilst a holed 20 foot putt for eagle (did you hear about it?) on the par five thirteenth hole helped Simon consolidate his total. Well done.

It was 4.15am when we left home on 10th May for Captain Mick Russell to complete his Golfathon. It was not a pleasant day the rain was falling and I thought oh no…. hope it doesn’t last……4.40am Mick was greeted by Roger Watts and Derek Wisbey who were first to take a Yomp for the first 18 holes. Finding it hard to keep up with the determination of Mick. After the first 18 Roger set up his burger van outside the clubhouse to serve bacon rolls to those helping out with the Golfathon.


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