SUDBROOK MOOR GOLF CLUB AND GOLF RANGE

CREATING GOLFERS and BETTER GOLF

WELCOME TO 2017

END OF YEAR CHARITY STATEMENT  -  2016

The club has continued a strong commitment to its nominated charity, Marie Curie Cancer, and with over 20 years of fund raising we decided to make a bigger effort over the summer.  Funds came in from golf competitions, the forfeits from the charity bunker on the 6th hole (15th), gifts and donations.  The special boost came from an idea from Paul McCarthy, who lent us his own Olympic Torch that he had been privileged to carry as part of the 2012 pre-Olympic relay through Lincolnshire, on its way throughout the UK.  So, during the month of the August Rio Olympics we took donations for photos to be taken with the torch.  The Tuesday Ladies also played a Pentathlon of Golf Competitions and the total sum raised here for Marie Curie Cancer in the July to October period was £722.33.  The total for the year was £1,047.33.  The Seniors’ Captain’s morning raised £119 for the Skegness RNLI Lifeboats.  The national endeavour, Sports Relief, in March inspired the raising of £117.32.  In November, our collection for The Royal British Legion also realised the sum of £135.84.


OLYMPIC YEAR

WE WERE CHALLENGED AGAIN, IN 2016, TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE 

FOR OTHERS, FAR LESS FORTUNATE

FUND RAISING FOR OUR NOMINATED CHARITY

IF YOU WISH 

TO MAKE A


 DONATION


PLEASE USE THE COLLECTING

 BOXES IN THE GOLF SHOP OR


AT THE CLUBHOUSE HATCH

THANK YOU 

MARIE CURIE CANCER

AUGUST - THE RIO OLYMPICS
SEPTEMBER - THE RIO PARALYMPICS
 
2 0 1 6

 AUGUST 2016

THE 2016 RIO OLYMPIC FUND RAISING EFFORTS AT SMGC

MARIE CURIE CANCER

SOME OF THE MONTH'S DETAILS 

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THE SMGC LADIES ARE PART OF THE ROAD TO RIO 

HOLDING A TORCH FOR CANCER

ON 4 AUGUST TUESDAYS

THEY ARE COMPETING IN 4 FUN GOLF EVENTS

WITH LOTS OF VARIETY AND SMALL PRIZES, AND ALL FEES GOING TO 

MARIE CURIE  CANCER, THE SMGC NOMINATED CHARITY

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The August Tuesday events have so far raised £37.50 
Very many thanks. Tuesday Ladies
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THE LONDON OLYMPICS

2012
 
Record below of our unique 2012 event

The idea behind the event was to field one player of every age from 1 to 100
  Celebrating 25 years of GOLF
at Sudbrook Moor Golf Club

The Game of a Lifetime
Olympic Challenge on 
Sunday 1st July 201  at Sudbrook Moor Golf Club

9 Holes Medal - Half ACTIVE Handicap 

£5 Entry Fee - No Green Fees to pay
All Entry Fees go to Marie Curie Cancer Care
  T he overall winner of the Gold Medal, was young dad, Kev Woollas.   The Silver went to Jack Dodwell.   On a count back, the Bronze was clinched by Adam Tomlinson.   Age group prizes went to others not in the Medals.   Jon Machin, who lost the count back for Bronze, won the under 69 year section.   From the field of 70 to 79 year olds, Tony Rose brought in the best card.   Seniors' Captain, Ron Boxell, came out best of the over 80 years.   The Inactive Handicap section winner was Simon Hutton.   The All Age Putting prize was shared by 14 year old Harry Glenn and Chris Winfield.   Of the 9 youngest sudbrookmoor Tigers, for whom, in most cases, this was their 1st competition  
Ages 8 to 100+ with ACTIVE HANDICAPS competed for
a Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal and Golf Shop Voucher Prizes of :- 
Gold £50, Silver £30, Bronze £20. 
There were AGE GROUP Prizes of £15 Vouchers
for the best score not in the main Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes. 
Age Groups: 8 to 69, 70 to 79, 80 to 89, 90 +. 

There was a special competitions for ages 1 to 11 and INACTIVE HANDICAPS eir first golf competition, Amelia Spicer (age 10) won the 9 to 11 year age group, and sister Phoebe (8) won the 8 years and under.   Danny Harris (4) was runner-up.   All junior putters, not in the prizes, deserve mention for excellent putting skills, sportsmanship and etiquette.   Charlie Hare (10), Alicia Lewis (10), Tom Howes (11), Sam Howes (9), Tilly Lewis (8), Cameron Harris (7), Danny Harris (4).   One year old, Jacob Dyson, is the youngest Tiger member and observed it all from the fringe of the putting green.   He was presented with a large chocolate Gold Medal.  

Name

Score

Graham Mackinder

34

Pete Armstrong

42

Steve Squires

32.5

Fiona Hutton

32

Paul Williamson

35.5

Ken Jameson

37

Brian White

50

Bob Watson

37.5

James Sergeant

37.5

Steve Davis

43

Martin Whistler

29.5

Colin Henfrey

38

Ron Selby

37

John Moody

42.5

Alfie Kent

40.5

Ron Boxell

34

Bernard Pratt

44

Ian Mason

41

Mick Green

49

Lee Mackinder

40.5

Andy Hall

36

Nigel Corby

36

Martin Corby

32

Richard Haas

39

Gareth Crowe

39.5

Caroline Davis

37

Sue Watson

41

Josh Smith

34.5

Steve Mitchell

NR

Stuart Smith

35

Luke Rickell

34.5

Adam Tomlinson

28.5

Arran Machin

33.5

Neil Baker

37

Richard Howes

36.5

Jon Machin

28.5

Dennis Green

36

Kevan Woollas

26

Luke Harley

38.5

Dylan Grocock

35.5

Harry Glenn

40

Jamie Farmer

37.5

Phil Hall

30

Jim Gorski

36

Garry Farmer

33

William Hopkins

31.5

Kevin Turner

31

Russell Hastie

37.5

Pete Burkhill

45.5

Joan Alton

41

Jarred Hackney

42

Ben Dyson

NR

Barry Kaye

39

Andy McDowall

33

Mike Parker

37

Ron Tilbury

42

Paddy Doherty

36

Pete Farmer

36

Sam Dodwell

34

Robert Eldred

29

John Davis

37

Amanda Roberts

39

Rob Keddie

31.5

Chris Winfield

38.5

Simon Hutton  ( i)           20

points

Jamie Keddie

40

Toby Edwards

39.5

Ben Allen

40.5

Tony Rose

31.5

Dave Guy

31.5

John Peat

37

Pete Martin

31.5

Glenn Carpenter

40.5

Dave Martin

34.5

Tom Evans

32.5

Peter Stocks

32.5

Jack Dodwell

27.5

Joseph Ablewhite

44.5

Kev Jones

39.5

Mick Beasley

35

Jim Hope

36.5

Peter Hughes

43.5

Joshua Dixon

30

Carl Caddle

44

Jim Mason

39

David Lewis   ( i)

7

points

Bob Fulcher  ( i)

8

points

Russell Williams   ( i)

12

points

Alison Reid

43

 
 
To encourage players and their friends to be at the Prize Presentation at approximately 2pm, there was a Raffle for a £99 Voucher to be used against a 2013 Sudbrook Moor Golf Club Membership.  The Voucher would only be presented to the winner if they were there in person to receive it.  If the name drawn first out of the hat was not present, there would be a re-draw.  Tickets were £1.
  Winner of the £99 - 2013 Membership Voucher - Mick Beasley