Fore Info June 2018

I would urge you to consider signing up for the 

Captains Charity Day 

on Sunday 10th June which is open to 5 and 7-day members at a small cost of £5 and you can also bring a non-member guest for just £10.

The charity this year is Transplant Sport and was specially chosen because of my son in law Tim’s journey back to health having had a kidney donation 5 years ago. 

Mary Panter

Due to demand, early booking for the event will open at the end of July. Please keep your eye on the noticeboard for the sign up sheet. You don’t want to miss this event.


Management Corner

Hampshire Police Leisure Sport (HPLS) Corporate Membership

It is pleasing to note that HPLS have purchased two additional 7-day memberships, making 11 in total.>

Access to this newsletter

In order to reduce the workload for our volunteer Editor, Andy Thomsen, the newsletter will not be distributed as a pdf attachment to the email sent by the Club Secretary. Instead, his email will contain a Hyperlink and members who click on this should be taken directly to the relevant part of the Club’s website in order to view ‘Fore Info’. Detailed instructions will be included in the Secretary’s email.

From the Club Captain

At this time of year, the course is at its very best; however, we should be aware that our course also plays well throughout the year. The Captain’s blog of a visiting team regarding their heavy loss to Alresford in March stated: “But the lack of golf played by our members was in stark contrast to the home players, as they’ve been able to play throughout the winter. Alresford had only two winter tees in play on Saturday, with greens in very good condition”. A well deserved complement on our course.

During the month, the men’s County 7s team won against Royal Winchester and now face Wellow in the next round. The Gales Hockley team beat Hayling and now go on to face Camberley Heath. Alresford travelled to Lee-on-Solent for their Kindred Cup match only to lose in their first round. In the men’s friendly matches there were mixed fortunes: – winning at home against Bramshaw and the round robin match against Corhampton and Waterlooville. We lost to a strong Tylney Park team at Alresford and secured a creditable draw at Hayling.

Team golf started on the Thursday 17th May with 10 teams taking part in the 9 hole competition. The “Roe the Boat” team came out on top for the evening with Carol Roe achieving the highest score for the ladies with 21 points. Mike Battisson was the highest for the men with 22 points. For those who were unable to get into a team, a 9 hole roll up competition starting off the 10th will be held on future Thursday evenings. The entry fee is £2 and a prize is awarded to the winner. To ensure the social golf evening goes well a great deal of effort is needed and our thanks go to John White for making it such a success.

The Harry May – Two Generations Trophy was played on the following Sunday with Gordon Cross and his son Aiden, both HPLS members, carrying off the trophy. The original trophy donated by Harry May in 1986 needed some refurbishment; therefore, Derek Myers and his daughter Jenny, who have won the trophy for the last 3 years, generously donated a new trophy and this was presented to the winners.

Two hundred members played in the X Country Scramble on the 25th May, which was the 13th time the competition was contested since it was started by Jack Moody in 2006. Jack, a very popular Past Captain, died last year and in his memory, it was decided to rename the competition as “The Jack Moody X Country Scramble”. His wife Beryl presented an engraved glass bowl, which she had donated to the Club to the winning team of; Sarah and Andrew Thorne, Claire Gould and Peter Sly.

On the 7th May, 36 members headed off to the Five Lakes complex near Colchester to participate in the Captains Charity Golf Trip.

A new bell has been purchased and is now located closer to the 1st Green. New signs covering part of the changed protocol are also in place. In addition to the signs, 2 posters have been pinned to the Starters Hut and these cover the revised protocol in detail. The aim of the trial is to achieve a smoother flow of play and it would be appreciated if members could work with this revised protocol.

Brian Wright

Captains Charity Golf Trip

On the 7th May, 36 Club Members headed off to the Five Lakes complex near Colchester to participate in the Captains’ Charity Trip.

Five Lakes comprise a good lakes course, which we played twice and an acceptable links course which we played once. There were excellent leisure facilities and many of the group took to the pool or had a sauna after the golf, although others decided that the sports bar was a more attractive option.

The winning team for the second-year running was; Darren Boreham, Keith Turner, John Goddard and Geoff Jenkins. Such a good performance must attract the attention of the handicap committee and hopefully their handicaps will be reviewed before next year’s trip! Keith; however, did not demonstrate any skills in controlling his trolley which ended up in a water filled ditch. Although wet and muddied following the retrieval of his clubs, Keith continued his game with his characteristic smile and returned a very good score.

Bob Germon had varied fortunes but came into his own winning 2 of the ‘nearest to the pin’ for the men on consecutive days. Chris Thompson was ‘nearest the pin’ on the first day, however, it should be noted that Jane Scott was over 15 feet closer to the pin and Chris still took his prize! For the ladies, the ‘nearest to the pin’, over the 3 days were Liz Hesse, Pat Palmer and Fiona Corkhill.

Socialising over a few drinks was a significant part of the trip for many. Richard Bass’s patio bar which ran on the basis of bring and share, proved to be very popular as the before dinner venue. Di Peisley’s bedroom was also a popular watering hole, presumably ‘a ladies’ only venue!

The final evening of the trip was an inside BBQ with half a bottle of wine provided. This, together with the pre-dinner visit to our private bars ensured a very convivial evening. Stuart Slater, an accomplished chorister, was the man to lead the after dinner singing and  he was abley supported by Carol Rowe and the rest of the rowdy bunch through a few popular songs.

With any trip there is the boring work of checking the scores etc. and for this we must thank Mary Panter, Sue Masser, Jennifer Clelland and Jane Scott for a job well done.

The final comment must be to say thanks to all the club members who came to Five Lakes for the golf and for making it such a fun few days.

Congratulations to the winning team for the second successive year; Darren Boreham, John Goddard, Keith Turner and Geoff Jenkins.

Ladies Section

First of all, a very warm welcome to Polly Church who has joined our section as a Full member and to Hanne Lewis who has joined as an Overseas member.

May has been such a busy month, its hard to know where to begin… and also… do I dare mention the weather? Finally, the sun tan cream has been put into my golf bag!

There have been lots of Competitions played this month. The first of our new scratch matches was played at Hockley with the next one at home this Sunday. We also played the second round of the Annodata at Meon Valley.  We have played 5 of our Stoneham matches and also 4 Friendly Matches so as you can see we have been very busy! All the results can be found in the results section below.

This weekend is also very busy with, Lesley Martin and Liz Thorne representing us in the Knight Cup at Gosport and Stokes Bay, the North Hants Trophy being played here against the Army and the Scratch Trophy against Meon at home on Sunday… good luck teams!

We have 2 Stoneham Matches this month, both at home, on Wednesday 6th June and Wednesday 3th June… Supporters are always welcome!

The Captains Charity trip to Crowne Plaza Resort Colchester – Five Lakes, was great fun! However, I would like to say that our Ladies team, comprising of Sue Masser, Jennifer Clelland, Jane Scott and myself managed to come third, which was a great result. Obviously, eating and drinking excessively, didn’t impact on our golf too much! Thank you, team M&M’s.

The County 2nd team played at Alresford against Berkshire and both Becky and Jane Scott were playing. It was a beautiful day and Hampshire won all its matches.

I had fun lending a hand to Malcolm with the Junior girls training. Its great to see these young girls hitting such great shots with natural swings.  Could be some stars of the future, being taught at Alresford!

I would urge you to consider signing up for the Captains Charity Day on Sunday 10th June which is open to 5 and 7-day members at a small cost of £5 and you can also bring a non-member guest for just £10. The charity this year is Transplant Sport and was specially chosen because of my son in law Tim’s journey back to health having had a kidney donation 5 years ago. He has been very involved with Transplant Sport which helps so many people who have had transplants get fit and active again.

We have the Ladies Away day at Guildford to look forward to this month and please watch out for my Captains Day (July 10th!)  sign-up sheet which will be going up soon…the more the merrier!

With very best wishes


Match Committee Report

Club Championships

The notices for the Men’s and Ladies Club Championships have been posted in the Changing Rooms. The closing date for entry will be 5:00pm on Friday 15th June, and the Start Sheet for Round 1 will be posted on Monday 18th June. The first start time for Round 1 will be 8:00am.

Once the last group has handed in their cards on the Saturday, the Men’s and Ladies’ competition organisers will compile the scores for Round 1. The Men’s and Ladies’ playing groups will be revised separately based on the gross scores from Round 1, and then an integrated start sheet will be produced. This start sheet will be emailed to all competitors on Saturday evening. It will be the responsibility of each player to know their start time on Sunday morning. The first start time for Round 2 will be determined based on the number of entries and the objective of announcing the winners around 5:00pm.

Since the competitions are being held over two consecutive days, the Match & Handicap Committee have, with the approval of the Captain’s Committee, decided to impose sanctions on players who do not turn up to play on either day. Anyone who, having entered, but subsequently finds they are unable to play on both days must notify the Office by 9:00am on Friday 22nd June. This will give the Committee at least some time to amend the playing groups and notify all the other competitors. After this time, a player who does not turn up will be excluded from all competitions, knock-outs and matches until 1st August 2018.

Men’s Club Championship

The sign-up sheet for the Men’s Championship is in the Pro’s Shop. Although the entry fee is only £6, all competitors are playing in both the Men’s Club Championship and the John Holmes Trophy. Both competitions are stroke play medal with the Championship being a scratch competition and the John Holmes is a handicap competition.

On each day of the competition, players should register and collect their score cards from the front desk.  Entry to the Championship sweepstake and a table of the day’s pin positions will be available in the Pro’s Shop. On completion of each round, players should return their completed cards to the Scorer’s Table and ensure they have agreed with the scorer that the card is correct before leaving.

Ladies’ Club Championship

The sign-up sheet for the Ladies’ Championship is in the Ladies’ Changing room. The entry fee is £3. In addition to the Ladies’ Club Championship which is a stroke play medal competition off scratch, ladies will also compete for the Brenda Hedges Trophy which is a Silver Division handicap competition or the Dorothy Coombs Shield which is a Bronze Division handicap competition.

On each day of the competition ladies should register and collect their cards from the front desk where a copy of the day’s pin positions will be available. On completion of their round ladies should return their cards to the ‘Scorer’s Table’ where they will be agreed and checked.

Other Upcoming Competitions

As we enter into a very busy period in the calendar, I’d like to highlight some events which involve some forward planning.

  • Millennium Quaich This year the competition will be a mixed 4BBB on Sunday 29th June. The plan is to have a shotgun start in the morning so that players have the option of enjoying lunch while the results are worked out and the winners announced.
  • Men’s Invitation This year the Men’s Invitation will be on Sunday 19th August. As in previous years the format will be 12 holes of American Greensomes, lunch, 18 holes 4BBB, and then dinner.
  • Mixed Invitation This year the Mixed Invitation will be on Sunday 9th September. The format will be 18 holes 4BBB followed by dinner.

To take part in these events, look out for the sign-up sheets which will be posted 4 to 6 weeks in advance. For the invitation events, if your friends at other clubs are unavailable, the Office may be able to introduce you to someone from another club who would like to play at Alresford.

Also note, the next mixed 9-hole Stableford competitions will be on Friday 15th June and Monday 2nd July.


Mandy Overton (Ladies Handicap Secretary)
and George Clelland

A Look at the Rules


A player finds a ball out of bounds and thinks it is his original ball. He then plays it at the spot from which the original ball was played and then finds his original ball in bounds. What is the ruling?

R and A

Vets Section

Bad back.

The most important thing to report this month is that the sign up sheet for the Vets Invitation is going up any minute now. So invite a friend to come and play our wonderful course. It’s the best value of any invitation in Hampshire at only £40 for a pair. And, thanks to our sponsors, Bluebird Care, we have lots of lovely prizes to be won on the day.

Right, now what’s happened since I last wrote to you? My diary says we have played 11, yes ELEVEN, friendly matches in that time, which is a hectic pace by anyone’s standards, let alone for a bunch of elderly gentlemen like us. The results have been pretty good. We beat Stoneham at home and Hockley at their place, before losing away to Rowlands Castle. We were all square to Blackmoor at home before losing to Hamptworth (our new fixture) at home – very gentlemanly of us I thought.

Geoff Procter then had the unlucky task of being match captain for the game against the Army at home, a day that was so wet it will go down in the annals of infamy (or history anyway) and was called off after 9 holes. We are re-arranging it for later in the year. Rowlands Castle then came back to us and beat us again! But thankfully we beat Hartley Whitney, away, at the end of that week to relieve the gloom a bit.

The following week we halved at Waterlooville, which I think was a good result, but lost at Petersfield, and then beat Romsey at home. Sadly your captain was hors de combat for the Petersfield match with a bad back caused, I am sure, by too much gardening, NOT too much golf. Thanks to Geoff Jenkins for stepping in as match captain.

So far I have selected 52 members of the section to play in these matches, including 6 who have never played for us before. So, if you haven’t thought of it before, why not give it a go…?

But most importantly, invite someone to the Vets Invitation. You know you want to…

Chris Thompson

…from the Secretary

New Members

Welcome to the following new members who have all joined the club starting during May / June so far Polly Church ( 7 day), David Parker, Robert Monger, Barry Dodd, Jeffrey & Sarah Staines (5 day), Tom Nickson (Intermediate), Roger & Hanne Lewis (Overseas).

Paul Robson, Mark Truran, Gareth Davies, Dan Baines, Michael Cork and Alex Thew have all joined under the HPLS scheme.

We hope that your time at the club will be a long and enjoyable one for all of you.

May I remind all members that we are welcoming new membership enquiries for all categories? If you know any friends or acquaintances who are thinking of joining a club or changing clubs, please do your best to sell them the benefits of Alresford.

Special Member Referral Offer

Refer a new 5 or 7 day playing member and receive An EXTRA £50 credit on your bar card.

Speak to the Secretary for more information.

Club ‘Roll Up’

Fancy a game in the week? All members are welcome to come along to the ‘club roll-up’ on Wednesday mornings. The usual start time is 11am all year round but may change subject to any advanced tee reservations. Up to date timings are shown on the main noticeboard and on the website.


Wednesday 6th at 11.00am
Wednesday 13th at 11.00am
Wednesday 20th at 11.00am
Wednesday 27th at 11.00am ( mid-week medal)


Wednesday 4th at 11.30am (due to golf society)
Wednesday 11th at 11.00am
Wednesday 18th at 11.00am (mid-week stableford)
Wednesday 25th ~ 10.30am (due to golf society)

Pressed for time, can’t get to the club for the next few weekends? Need to register some qualifying cards for handicapping?

Why not enter and play in the forthcoming 9 hole qualifying competitions. You can play during the day or after work.

  • Sign-in will be done using the terminal in the Entrance Hall only. There will not be a sign-in sheet in the Pro’s Shop.
  • Sign-in for the competition will be available 1 week in advance of the competition date. (
  • The entry fee will be £1.50.
  • The entry fee should be placed in an envelope with your name on the outside and ‘posted’ into the Office.
  • On completion of your round, please enter your score into the terminal in the Entrance Hall. Score Entry will be available until 9:30pm on the day of the competition,
  • You can only enter your score if you have previously signed-in. Sign-in and Score Entry are date and time-stamped. If there is too small an interval between the two time-stamps, your score may be discarded.

The next competitions are on Friday 15th June and Monday 2nd July

Forthcoming Events Your Diary

Thursdays from 24th May
4.30-6.30pm – ‘roll up’ social golf, food available afterwards. £2 entry all welcome.

Saturday 16th June
DAWN PATROL (Druids Cup)  – Individual stableford competition starting at 5.30am followed by Breakfast in the clubhouse. Open to all 7 day members and HPLS.

Saturday 23rd June & Sunday 24th June
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS – Have you entered yet ?

Friday 13th July
PRO’S CLUBHOUSE KNOCKOUT – enter and play 9 holes anytime during the day. Come back to the clubhouse in the evening for the card knockout and food. A great fun club night – everyone welcome.

Sunday 15th July
HUSBANDS & WIVES TROPHY – 18 holes plus meal

Sunday 19th August
MENS INVITATION – details coming soon.


Due to the continued success of this scheme, we will offer the GUEST GREEN FEE DISCOUNT OFFER again in 2018. Over the course of the season bring either 6 guests for £135 or 10 guests for £225. These will be available ONLY from the Secretary in advance (not the pro shop).

Please be aware that all ‘visits’ must be used by 31st December 2018.  No refund or extension will be given on unused ‘visits’.  Normal restrictions apply.Food available afterwards.

Twitter follow the green staff and see what’s happening on and around the course. @GreenstaffAGC

Help Please

Are you an avid Facebook user? Can you help us with encouraging postings and engagement with members and non-members?

If you would like to help with keeping our Facebook page ‘up to date’ and interesting please speak to the Secretary.

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Do you like the regular daily posts which are currently happening? Is there anything which you feel would be useful to include?

Make sure you ‘like’ our Facebook page and you will link to it and get the regular pictures and updates on what’s happening! Share our page to your friends.

Golfers and Lymes Disease

Jimmy Walker, the 2016 US PGA Champion  revealed recently that he had been suffering from the effects of Lyme Disease, without knowing what it was, since November last year.

The six-time PGA Tour winner told media at The Masters that he was suffering from “mononucleosis” and “felt sluggish” at random moments every day.

‘’It is vital to educate people about the disease, because it is often misdiagnosed” said Ann Gregson, a volunteer for Lyme Disease UK.

“Early symptoms can include a bull’s-eye rash, fever, headaches and fatigue.

“If the disease is left untreated it can result in joint or heart problems, chronic pain, neurological/cognitive problems to name a few and because of this, treatment is more likely to be effective if Lyme disease is diagnosed early.”

Although Jimmy Walker was able to play through the illness on Tour for over five months before receiving a full diagnosis, the effects of Lyme Disease on golfers and other sportspeople is significant.

Keen golfer and member of Lyme Disease UK, Jean Renwick-Forster, explained how she has been living with the disease and the effects it’s had on her.

“I have been ill 11 years,” she said.

‘’I got bitten in Spain in 2006. I had bites with blackish circles around them, not a typical rash. Just looked infected. I woke up one morning with the bites on my arms and legs, some of which are still there now.

“When I asked the Doctor about the bites they were dismissed, I gradually started to become ill over the next years.

“Me and my husband both played golf although I played more regularly. About twice a week.

“I am not fully recovered and still have problems with high adrenal fatigue, making it almost impossible to walk a full round with ought feeling dizzy and unwell.”

What is being done to raise the awareness of Lyme Disease?

Public Health England estimates that there are around 2,000 – 3,000 new cases per year in the UK alone.

As a result, Lyme Disease UK have launched a ‘Wake Up to Lyme’ campaign to mark the start of World Lyme Day on the 1st May.

The aim is to raise awareness of how it can be prevented by protecting themselves from tick bites, correct tick removal techniques and how to recognise the early symptoms of Lyme disease.

The campaign also aims to stress the importance of early treatment for anyone who experiences the characteristic bull’s-eye rash or who becomes unwell following a tick bite.

Facts about Lyme Disease

  • Infected ticks have been found in every county in the UK
  • You can be bitten by ticks during any season
  • You do not need to be near animals or livestock to be bitten
  • There is no, proven time that a tick needs to be attached to transmit infection

Protect Yourself from tick bites

  • Wear insect repellent
  • Avoid walking through long grass e.g. keep it on the fairway !
  • Wear light coloured clothing and brush off any visible ticks
  • Tuck your socks into your trousers if you have to walk in long grass
  • Shower and check for ticks when you get home.

Green News

I am very pleased to say that Steve’s operation was successful, and he returned to work on Monday 21st May, He is still in some discomfort but hopes to be ‘fully operational’ in 3 to 4 weeks.  Whilst he’s been away the team have been busy with a mixture of jobs.

Tree felling was first on the list. The remaining condemned trees had to be felled within the timeframe set. 6 trees were dismantled in a day. Colin Luff had a crucial role in achieving that target while our team cleared much of the debris. The remaining timber will be removed when the regular course work is caught up. It always amazes me how rotten a tree can be internally whilst externally appear sound and thriving.

Elsewhere on the course the fairways have been sprayed with feed and growth regulator, Tees have been scarified and seeded. The greens are being gently groomed to deal with poa seed heads combined with top dressings and regular nutrition to get the best performance possible in “Mad May”.

There are a couple of regeneration areas on the course which have been levelled and seeded (9th Fairway/6th Path) These will germinate with good time and the team will have them back in lay shortly.

Planned maintenance for the coming weeks includes a light aeration of the greens, weed spraying on fairways and semi roughs.

Thanks to the team for their hard work keeping high standards with staff shortages and fast-growing conditions.  We continue to receive great feedback from visitors.  Special thanks to Adam who has led the team very effectively during Steve’s absence

Exemplar work lads.

Mark Tiplady

Tree rot

17th fairway

9th fairway

Colin Luff

A Look at the Rules


The original ball is lost and the ball found out of bounds is in play under penalty of stroke and distance. See Rule 27-1a. Decision 15/12

R and A

Upcoming Social Events

Thursday Evenings

Thursday Evenings

Team Golf

Team Golf is now well under way. The final will be played on 26 July. Full details including tee times and weekly results will be shown on the social notice board. There will be reserved tees. If you are not involved in team golf or not playing on team golf there will be a roll up competition in which you can play at no extra charge.

Club 9 Hole Roll Up

Sadly rain prevented play on the 24th of May, so do come along and join in from 4.30 to 6.30 from the tenth tee. It is open to all members, come and join the fun prizes to be won. These may include, best scores, nearest the pin and Joker hole – choose one to double score on that hole. These will vary from week to week.

Please book in at the reception table before playing and pay £2 entry fee, TG members exempt.

Supper: Food will be available, so make your choice from the evening’s menu when booking in.

If you are interested in taking part in any of these events please sign up on the board in the clubhouse foyer.
New to the club? On your own? Don’t know too many people?
Contact John White at / 01962 732283

or Carol Roe at / 07787 880751

100 Club

The winners of the 100 Club prize draw for June were:

£100    –   Mary Rook

£50      –   Mike Pigott

£32      –   Bob Smith

£32      –   David & Mal Hope-Mason

£32      –   Nick Male

£32      –   Liz Petheram

Congratulations to this month’s winners. The next draw will take place in the week beginning 18th June … look for the list of winners on the Secretary’s notice board.

Now the playing season is getting into full swing, remember to reserve Friday 3rd August in your diary for the main event of the summer … the 100 Club Stableford and Evening meal. More details in next month’s Fore Info. An event not to be missed!

Not a member of the 100 Club?

The objective of the Alresford Golf Club 100 Club is to raise funds for projects and items requiring capital expenditure that will enhance the Golf Course and/or the Clubhouse. Such projects would generally be considered as ‘extras’ and not necessarily be within the Club budget. The 100 Club was launched in 1987 to raise funds to augment the Centenary celebrations of the Golf Club in 1990, but at the request of the members, the 100 Club has continued to raise funds for items such as the Information Board and Clock on the 1st tee and the Automatic External Defibrillator in the Entrance Hall.

If you’re not a member of the 100 Club, you can become one for as little as £1 per month. Shares in the 100 Club are purchased for £1 per month and there is no limit on the number of shares which can be held. In general, most members have between 1 and 5 shares and pay by monthly direct debit, though it’s also possible to pay quarterly or annually. Each share is allocated a number which in entered in the monthly draw. The top prize is £100, with a second prize of £50 and four other prizes of £32. For more information contact George Clelland on 01962 735008 or, or call in to the Secretary’s office.

George Clelland


Men’s & Mixed Competitions
25th AprilMid-week Medal
1stDave King66 (nett)
2ndSteve Hopkins67
3rdAndy Sibbald70
4thRob Gates70
27th AprilR&A 9-hole Championship Qualifier
1stPeter Gunn19 points
2ndPaul Wager18
28th AprilLombard Qualifier
1stChris Reilly69 (nett)
2ndJim White69
3rdAndrew Thorne70
4th MayOver 60’s Stableford
Division 1
1stCharlie House37 points
2ndTony Collins36
Division 2
1stDavid Forrest40 points
2ndBob Archer40
3rdMike Wooding36
4thTony Freeman35
6th MayCourage & Barclay 4BBB
1stAndrew Thorne & Sarah Thorne62 (nett)
2ndBrian Overton & Kevin Stride63
3rdBarry Norgate & Ron Markwick64
18th May9-Hole Stableford
1stDavid Pain17 points
2ndLes Thorne17
19th MayColonel Stratton-Bates Bogey
1stPeter Gibbs2
2ndMartin Cornforth1
3rdGraham Maycock1
4thGary Venn0
20th MayHarry May Two Generations Trophy
1stGordon Cross & Aidan Cross38 points
2ndWynne Tufnell & Teddy Tufnell35
3rdAshley Wright & Tony Wright32
Men’s Matches
28th AprilAlresford v Corhampton v Waterlooville (Home)
Alresford – 253; Waterlooville – 241; Corhampton – 228.
5th MayAlresford v Bramshaw (Home) Won 2.5 - 1.5
Gales Hockley (Rnd 2) - Alresford v Hayling (Away) Won
Ladies’ Competitions
24th AprilMedal (Tuesday Only)
Div 1Jane Hendry75 nett
Div 2Jackie Coulson76 nett
Div 3Cynthia Mariner70 nett
1st MayCoronation Foursomes
1stKathryn McLaughlin & Sue Masser33 pts
2ndMandy Overton & Gill Freemantle31 pts
3rdJenny Myers & Jane Scott31 pts
5th & 8th MayMay Stableford
Div 1Cathy Hilton34 pts
Div 2Cynthia Mariner33 pts
Div 3Annie Beal33 pts
12th & 15th MayMay Medal
Div 1Sarah Farthing71 nett
Div 2Clare Monkhouse75 nett
Div 3Pat Voak77 nett
15th May9-Hole Stableford
1stCarol Roe18 pts
2ndBarbara Hutcheson18
3rdElaine Spreadbury17
22nd MayCentenary Foursomes
1stJane Hendry & Kathryn McLaughlin39 pts
2ndRosie Hallas & Carol Clark36
3rdViv Pain & Annie Beal33
Ladies’ External Competitions
Stoneham Cup
Alresford v North Hants (Home)Lost 2-5
Alresford v South Winchester (Away)Lost 2-5
Alresford v The Army (Away)Lost 2-5
Alresford v Rowlands Castle (Away)Won 5-2
Scratch Trophy
Alresford v Hockley (Away)Lost
Alresford v Meon Valley (Away)Lost

Editor: Andy Thomsen


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