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Crow Wood - Finals Day winners
The weather was kind last week for Finals Day, with a number of new winners, including the Gents Club Champion.
A massive congratulations go to all the winners, as well as the runners up, for even getting to the finals.
Left- The first tee awaited the finalists at 8am.
The winners will now be invited to the Crow Wood Annual prizegiving on Friday 21st October, to receive their prizes. Tickets for all other members are on sale at the bar, priced £20, for what should be a wonderful evening.
Club Championship Winner - Craig Taylor (right), Runner-up Darren Corr
Ladies Club Championship – Winner Debra Kelly Runner Up Fiona Uzar
Sprot Winner - Scott Martin, Runner Up - Colin Logan
Sir John Hunter Shield –
Winners - David McKechnie & Ian Baird
Runners Up - Derek Noble & Ray Hammerton
Crow Wood Quaich –
Winners - Ian McIntyre & John Smith
Runners Up - Michael McCormick & Peter MacAskill
Senior Club Championship –
Winner - Alex Haddow, Runner Up - Stuart Clayton
Last Tuesday’s Medal (20th September) was won by Robert Jenkins with a, wait for this, stunning Gross 65. The round included 7 birdies,and 7 holes with a 3 or better, so its safe to say it wasn't too shabby a round of golf.
There are only two Medal Competitions left in the season, starting on Saturday 23rd Sept with the September Monthly Medal.
This is followed by the Medal & Medals Final on Saturday 1st October.
The Presidents Putter (Lowest Net score from qualifiers of Medals Final) and the Mike Weir Trophy (lowest aggregate score in four of five medals, viz Spring, Summer, Autumn, July and August) will be awarded after that date.
Stars in Their Eyes
Tickets are now on sale for Stars in their Eyes on Saturday19th November
Tickets are priced at £12.50 for David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Mick Hucknell, Rod Stewart and many more, and includes a buffet and DJ thrown in for good measure.
Don't hang around as this is one of the most popular events in our calendar!
Tickets will soon be on sale for the very popular Crow Wood Hogmanay Party.
Tickets are priced £10. Dates to be announced. (?)
In a bid to speed up the pace of play on the course, without ruining enjoyment, the Committee have decided to adopt the philosophy of “Ready Golf” with immediate effect.
This has proven successful in other clubs, and many members of Crow Wood already use this method. Trials have shown that approx 30 mins can be taken off a typical round of golf, without affecting the quality or enjoyment of the game.
“Ready Golf” is a term used which indicates that players should play when they are ready (and it is SAFE to do so), rather than adhering strictly to the”farthest from the hole plays first” stipulation in the rules of golf.
If you are playing a STROKEPLAY or a BOUNCE match, we would encourage you to play to the “Ready Golf” philosophy.
Examples of “Ready Golf” are
We look forward to your co-operation in this matter.
Crow Wood Golf Club
Do you know the rules?
Everyone knows the rules of golf, or so they think, so for a bit of fun, we thought we pose a few teasers over the next couple of weeks. Good Luck, and we'll post the answers next week.
We thought we'd start from the beginning.
You are playing the Medal, with a tee time of 9:00. You arrive on time, and tee off on time, but your partner arrives as 9:02, after you have hit your tee shot. They play their shot immediately. What is the ruling?
Question about the Course? - Contact e-mail address
Just as a reminder, a direct email address is available for any concerns, queries and suggestions for improvements on course related matters. ( email@example.com ).
Please also use it also to volunteer any of you, or your companies services, which will always be welcomed. Remember that we are a members club, so any help is appreciated.