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Club News

From Gary Walsh, Golf Manager: As Andy Copeland notes in his report, the course has fared well throughout the ever-changing weather conditions this month and the tees and fairways are looking great. We are also receiving great feedback on the quality of our greens. We hope you managed to enjoy some time on the course in the sun! 

We are very lucky to have 27 holes at Mill Green and we have been making a big effort to improve the conditions on the Romany 9. The greens have come a long way in the last 12 months and we now have a 9-hole course that all level of golfers can enjoy playing.  

We have 62 9-hole Members, many of whom are starting their golfing journey and as a club we would like to offer as much support as possible to help them progress to play on the 18-hole course.  

On July 24th we will host a Fun Texas Scramble on the Romany 9 starting from 3pm and we would like to invite Members who regularly play on the 18-hole course to come along and team up with a 9-hole Member. This will provide an excellent opportunity to meet fellow Members and enjoy a relaxing round on the Romany 9.  

We will offer a special menu after the round where you can enjoy some food and drink on the terrace. To register your interest please email [email protected] 

Course News

From Andy Copeland, Course Manager: June has had mixture of weather that is ultimately great for recovery and growth. The greens are coming to the end of their Poa seed-head flush, this means the putting surfaces will become smoother and truer. We are regularly vertical cutting greens to remove any dead grasses, seed heads and lateral growth, followed up with a normal mow at 3mm. At the back end of June, we tined the greens with a 10mm solid tine that will help de-compact the surfaces and aid moisture into the root.  

We have temporarily paused rubbering the bunkers while we hydro-seed the golf course. We have roped off the areas seeded to stop any traffic going across these areas because it will hinder new growth. I expect to see grass 7-10 days after seeding. It should take two weeks to hydro-seed the course and, once completed, we will top up any areas that are thin.  

Machinery: We have bought a new water bowser that can hold 5,500 litres of water. This will help water the newly seeded areas as well as establish and help retain the grass on the fairways throughout the summer months. We have a new utility vehicle and rough mower to help keep on top of high growth rates at the minute.  

Tees, Approaches and Fairways: These have all been sprayed for weeds, a growth suppressant, feed and a wetting agent. In the past, I have used a wetting agent programme solely on my greens. Under Get Golfing, I now use wetting agents on all closely mown surfaces. This helps increase the water efficiency and usage and, ultimately, makes for better surfaces on which to play. The roughs and Romany Course will be sprayed on July 1st for weeds.  

Staffing: If I look back to lockdown 1.0, we had two people working on the golf course. Fast forward to the present day and I now have six full-time and five part-time staff. The standards that we will achieve once we’ve completed the course redevelopment will be something that Mill Green has never seen. In the recent weeks, we have taken on two new guys called Will and James.  

We are still recruiting for a gardener to look after the clubhouse surrounds. Roughly 5-10 hours per week, £12 p/h. If this is of interest to you, please get in contact with me. I am extremely proud of the team for their efforts and how much work we have completed over the last few months whilst keeping on top of course works. We can see the light at the end of the tunnel, which is keeping the motivation extremely high to push on and complete the work.  

Course works this month


Competitions News

We hosted our first annual NHS Blood and Transplant Trophy on June 6th and we would like to thank all who took part in the competition and the activities over the weekend.  

A special thank you goes to Stuart Williams, our Community Development Officer, for his efforts in organising the event. Some 50 people signed up to donate blood over the weekend, providing the NHS with much-needed support. We welcomed Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield, Peter Hebden and his wife Gwen, and they were very impressed with the improvements being made at Mill Green.  



Winner of Blood and Transplant Trophy: Graham Carter 

Division 1  

  • 1st Robin Clark nett 66  
  • 2nd Richard Gale nett 69  
  • 3rd Lee Hobbis nett 71  

Division 2 

  • 1st Steve Hinchliffe nett 68  
  • 2nd Terry Flain nett 70  
  • 3rd Michael Kavanagh nett 71  

Division 3 

  • 1st Graham Carter nett 66  
  • 2nd Keith Gallagher nett 71  
  • 3rd David Russell nett 71  

Elsewhere, the May Midweek Medal was won by Jonathan Lane and the Trevor Cooper Texas Scramble winners were Steve Hagger, Brian Angus, Ron & Keith Pegrum. The Men’s Midweek (June) was won by Hamza Shariff and the Captain’s Charity Day was won by Gary Fidler, Michael Franks, Andrew Pepperell and Billy South.

2021 Club Champions: From left to right Andrea Clark, Ladies (Nett), Zainab Jeppe, Ladies (Gross), Joe Gash, Men’s Gross) and Gavin Fryer-Kelsey, Men’s (Nett).

Of course, the biggest event last month was the Club Championship, which saw Day 1 double as the third event in our Race to Le Touquet schedule. The course was in excellent condition and provided some new challenges this year.  

Some 116 players took part on the Saturday and 75 played on Sunday. The weather was kind to us despite the forecast and it was great to see such a great atmosphere at the club.

Congratulations go to Mill Green’s own Joe Gash and Zainab Jeppe, both putting on a great display of golf on a testing course with the greens running over 12 on the stimp meter. As ever, our thanks go to Andy Copeland and the team for their fantastic work presenting the course and to all the team in the clubhouse, who made sure everyone was fed and watered properly.

Overall results:


  • 1st – Joe Gash – 150
  • 2nd – Darren Wheston – 153
  • 3rd – Gavin Fryer-Kelsey – 156


  • 1st – Zainab Jeppe – 153
  • 2nd – Andrea Clark – 165
  • 3rd – Karen Bond – 187

We hope you enjoyed the new scoreboard, and this will be used to display the Race to Le Touquet order of merit, along with leaderboards for major competitions, moving forward.

Please see a list of Club Championship prize winners below along with the updated Race to Le Touquet leaderboard.

1stGavin Fryer-Kelsey£56
2ndMichael Franks£42
3rdZainab Jeppe£31
4thMark Draper£23
5thRobin Clark£14
6thAaron Clements£9


Club Championship Round 1 results June 26th

Division 1
1st Gavin Fryer-Kelsey £49
2nd Robin Clark £29
3rd Aaron Clements £18
4th Stuart Williams £8

Division 2
1st Mark Draper £49
2nd Tony Staley £29
3rd Andy Heron £18
4th Steve Hinchliffe £8

Division 3
1st Michael Franks £49
2nd Simon Lake £29
3rd Ron Pegrum £18
4th Chris Melville £8

2s Club
Entrants = 66
Mark Draper, Matt Kay (£33 each)

Club Championship Round 2 results June 27th

1st Joe Gash £100
2nd Darren Wheston £60
3rd Simon Radin £40
4th Chris Barnes £30
5th Liam Hulse £20
6th Glenn Rees £10

Nett Prize : Gavin Fryer-Kelsey £50

2s Club
Entrants = £37
Joe Gash (£37)

The fourth Race to Le Touquet event will take place this coming Sunday, July 4th. If you haven’t already entered The Independence Day Stableford, make sure you book your slot. It promises to be a great day on the course, and we will be putting on a BBQ after the round, offering all your American favourites.  

Our updated Race to Le Touquet leaderboard now reads:

Race to Le Touquet Men’s Leaderboard:

NamePoints Total
Gavin Fryer-Kelsey80
Michael franks78
Richard Gale75
Dave Brown63
Robin Clarke62
Tony Staley60
Derek Sherman59
Stuart Plumb57
Gabriel Kan56
Mark Draper56
Warren Riley55
Matthew Kay52
Stuart Williams49
Aaron Clements42
John Hulse39
Steven Hinchliffe39
Martin Dossett38
Paul Hamblett38
Simon Lake38
Chris Barnes37


Race to Le Touquet Ladies’ Leaderboard:

NamePoints Total
Alison Shanks129
Adele Morris109
Caroline Tweddell100
Karen Bond99
Anne Westcough94
Zainab Jeppe92
Andrea Clark79
Rosie Meager64
Julie Lowman64
Debbie McLoughlin63
Cindy Greenhalgh46
Debbie Barnes30
Carole Frater24

Captains’ Updates

From Chris Lane, Men’s Captain: The buzz about Mill Green is good, the course is developing into something special and I am sure we can’t wait to get those bunkers back in play…ha ha! 

And the teams continue to do good things. Since my last report, the Foxes drew 2-2 away at Arkley and won (for the first time) away to South Herts 3-1. However, having reached the final of the Foxes Knock-Out Cup last year, we succumbed in the first round on a wet Friday afternoon away at Aldwickbury losing 3.5 – 0.5. Next up are home and away matches against Essendon. 

The CBL team won at home to Shendish Manor 3.5 – 2.5 and again at home to our local rivals Chesfield Downs with a great 5 – 1 win.  Next matches are Chesfield away and Waterstock away. 

Chris Myers and Steve Garwood continue in the Daily Mail Foursomes with a 6 & 5 win at home to Ash Valley, they now face a trip to Girton GC in Cambridge for the next round. 

In the Crameri Cup, Chris and I won away at Cheshunt GC on the 19th hole, we await a home tie to Brocket Hall in the next round. 

Thanks to Stuart Williams for his input in the NHS Blood & Transplant event and congratulations to all of the competition winners in the past month.

Captain’s Charity Day

I personally would like to thank all 96 of you that played in the Captain’s Charity Day and to those of you who couldn’t play for one reason or another who made donations separately to my charity. I hope you all enjoyed the format.  

The Ball & Bottle Sweep was fun, I note some of you haven’t collected your prizes from the office. I did send a message on IG to those not around at the time the draw took place. Congratulations to Nearest-the-Pin winners Gary Fidler (6th) and Alan Parker (14th). Gary also won a bottle of gin in the sweep, I guess it was his day! 

Due to the extension of the Covid restrictions, I will have to postpone the planned evening entertainment for Captain’s Day on July 17th , I will try to fit it in later in the year. I will email you all, probably before this newsletter is issued, as I would like to include all sections in the afternoon golf. 

Still looking for paddling pools, please. 

Finally, on a sad note, I am sorry that Chris Lee has left Mill Green. He has been part of the furniture for past nine years, always very helpful when it came to arranging catering for events and always took time to engage with the members. He will be missed by many of us. I wish him all the very best in his new role and for the future. 


From Carole Frater, Ladies’ Captain: I’d like to begin by sending a report for May and June from our ‘Mixed Match Organiser’, Eileen Davey. 

It was great to get back to playing golf after a year-long break and an added bonus to re-engage with Mixed Match play with new and old faces.   

Unfortunately, our first home match in May against Porters Park was cancelled at short notice, we do have an invite to play there next year. 

Our first away fixture at Essendon didn’t experience that same fate. Our day also got off to a great start with a full English breakfast. Essendon now play a different format for their friendlies, by joining up one of their pairs to a pair from the visiting club. These two pairs play as a team. Lavinia and Chris Hale were part of the winning team with 83 points. 

Mill Green welcomed Old Ford Manor to the club at the beginning of June. The visiting players found our team, as always, welcoming and friendly and stayed on afterwards on the patio for drinks in the sunshine. OFM really enjoyed themselves playing the course and there was talk individually about returning to book a tee-time one afternoon. I am glad to report that MG won 4-1 playing 4BBB. Can I also say well done to one of the OFM ladies who had a hole-in-one on the 2nd hole. 

Hadley Wood came to play MG on one of the hottest days of the year. HW were also very impressed by the new clubhouse and the work that has been carried out on the course. Again, I overheard a HW player considering returning to have a private game of their own. We played the greensomes format and can report an honourable half. 

I would like to personally thank all those who have played in our Mixed Friendlies so far. These matches cannot take place without your continuing goodwill and support. Our matches are friendly, relaxed events and I hope that they will continue. Can I also thank Gary, Nicola and Chris for their continuing support and a big thank you to the F&B staff involved in our home matches. 


Next, I would like to thank the ladies who played at home against Mid Herts winning 2.5 to 1.5. 

We have several friendly matches coming up, please look out for posters and emails giving full details. These are truly open to all lady members with a WHS handicap, and I would welcome new members to play.  

Our Scratch team has been playing some away legs of their league. The opposition has obviously been rattled by our amazing home wins because they have been fielding their Triple A players. Suffice to say, MG lost 5 – 0 at Bishops Stortford, and lost 4 -1 at Essendon. Thank you to all in our Scratch team and their organiser, Karen Bond. 

Debbie and Steve Barnes have won the first round of the County Mixed Greensomes KO. In this round, they had to give 11 shots, but won comfortably on the 16th. The Barnes entered this competition after reading one of the posters that were sent out in the spring. 

Our Annadata team won their first round at Bishops Stortford 5&3. Thank you to all the team who played and to Anne Westcough, who was team captain for the day. 

Captain’s Day

Our Lady Captain’s Day on June 8th was a very successful event in many ways. Thirty nine players went out to play an individual 18-hole Stableford competition, with their eyes on the Lady Captain’s Day Trophy.  

This was won by Trish Moss, who had an outstanding score of 45 points, and, of course, a subsequent handicap adjustment! The weather was perhaps too kind because it got incredibly hot. The whole day was rounded off with 40 ladies sitting down to afternoon tea. Thank you to you all for making my day special, one which I never thought would actually take place. I saw some generous behaviour throughout the day, which made me very proud to be your Captain. I have counted the money raised on the day and, adding the money from our sock raffle and putting competition together, a contribution of £225 (plus a one Euro coin) will be made to my charity. 

The Alternate Lady Captain’s Day took place on June 20th. This was a much more low-key event but just as important to me. It was won by Andrea Clark with 37 points, and hopefully a handicap adjustment. 

We should also congratulate EllenHume, Zainab Jeppe and Julie Nedza on being part of and playing a valuable role in helping the Hertfordshire Golf Women’s First Team win their Regional County Match Week and Qualifying for the National Finals.


Finally, I would also like to thank Chris Lee for the nine years he has tirelessly worked at Mill Green as F+B manager. He has supported the Ladies’ Section in many ways, but mainly with his cheerful hellos and always being available to help plan menus for events. Thank you, Chris and all the best, for the future. 


From Chris Hale, Seniors’ Captain: It is with great sadness that I must let you know that Barry Pasby has died. He was a founder member of the Millers and the Club. He served as Millers’ Captain in 2007. It all seems so many years ago. 

Barry was always someone who you could talk to whether it was about his experiences as a professional chef, a very talented squash player or issues surrounding the golf club. You were always welcome to sit at his table in the clubhouse and join in the chat. 

His attitude to the community of Millers was always positive and he had his own way of rolling in a thought that might not be that conventional. He was a regular supporter of our interclub matches. 

His son, John, learnt his golf at Mill Green and became one of our golf professionals. Charlotte, his daughter, worked behind the bar and always had a cheery smile for her customers. They are a lovely family. 

So, we say farewell to Barry with a deep sense of gratitude for all he did to formulate the culture and support for the Millers. I know we will all miss him, and, of course, the endless stream of funnies he sent out by email. 


To happier news… The Texas Scramble last week was won by the team comprising Peter Martin, Peter Start, Nigel Glover and Aubrey Brathwaite. My congratulation to them and commiserations to the second team, who waited in expectation to the end of the game only to be pipped by less than a stroke! 

Peter Miller lifted the Cherry Tree Cup with 44 points closely followed by Suru. Very well done Peter at a time when the course is being a bit troublesome. 

Finally, the news that Nigel Glover and John Simpson were sadly defeated in their interclub county Cramiri Cup match. I sense no bitterness in Nigel’s comments, we have all suffered the same fate at some time! 

He wrote: “I’m pleased to say I got my hands on the Crameri Cup but only because our Panshanger opponents showed it to me after the match as they are the reigning winners from 2019. Indeed, they have a very serious approach to the competition with practice days at whatever course they are playing. 

“Actually, the game had some quality golf. I only dropped one shot on the front nine and the Panshanger captain dropped three shots playing off 11. We were two up after seven holes but the 24-handicap player from Panshanger then played the next six holes in an assortment of net eagles, birdies and pars! Our steady golf was no match, and our eventual defeat was 4&3. A very enjoyable game with really keen competition. My only excuse was that in playing my approach to the 6th hole, my ball landed on the green and the head of my 8 iron nearly joined it. Luckily it didn’t hit anybody, and my new clubs should arrive tomorrow!” 

Events News

From Nicola Callander, Events ManagerJune has been a fantastic month with an increase in events as restrictions have started to ease. We were, of course, hoping for them to be over by the 21st, but it just wasn’t meant to be.  

We hosted another one of our dog walks, which had a record turnout in the much-welcomed sunshine, along with 21 guests for our first Father’s Day Breakfast.  

Weddings are becoming more popular again and we look forward to hosting four more this month, along with our Wedding Open Day on July 25th. Check out some images from last month’s weddings below:


The clubhouse refurbishment has come along tremendously well, with the finishing touches being added over the next few days.  

Along with this we will be releasing the extended Bar & Wine menus, so you can invite your friends and families down for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  

Don’t forget we are also showing all the football games live in the Players’ Lounge with BBQs to coincide with the matches at the weekends.  

Upcoming events:  

  • Friday, 2nd July – Season Opener Competition  
  • Sunday, 4th July – Independence Day (Round 3 of the Race to Le Touquet) 
  • Wednesday, 14th July – Dog walk at 7pm 
  • Sunday, 18th July – Dog walk with BBQ at 4pm 
  • Sunday, 25th July – Wedding Open Day  

Staff News

As has been noted elsewhere, the end of June saw us say goodbye to Clubhouse Manager Chris Lee, who has worked at Mill Green for nine years. Chris took great pride in the club and worked tirelessly to provide Members and visitors with great customer service over the years. I am sure you will join us in wishing Chris the best of luck for the future. 

Staff development: At Get Golfing, we have a passion for high quality course conditioning. We invest a lot in machinery and materials to make our golf courses better places to play. We also invest heavily in our staff, with regular on-the-job training and a dedicated head-office manager to support each site’s course manager. 

As part of our commitment to the game of golf, we are also passionate about the career development of our greens staff. We see it as our duty to provide a nursery for great greenkeepers, who can go on to bigger and bigger roles in the industry, thanks in part to their Get Golfing training.  

This month (July 25th) sees the deadline for nominations for Get Golfing’s international green-keeping internship programme. Four greens staff from across the group’s sites will further their careers with work experience at one of Florida’s most prestigious resorts — Pelican’s Nest (  

Starting in January 2022, the internship programme is not only a way to escape our winter weather but a fantastic opportunity to gain work experience outside of the UK. Get Golfing will be paying for flights, wages, accommodation, and additional spending money while our interns are at Pelican’s Nest.  

In addition to these placements, Get Golfing is also organising a series of seminars and opportunities to work at tournaments for the rest of its green-keeping teams to help them increase their professional expertise. 

Community Outreach Programme

As part of Get Golfing, Mill Green is committed to becoming a positive force in the local community to improve the image of golf, and the facilities we operate, amongst the wider public.  

We are, therefore, preparing to roll out a range of activities aimed at offering local people, who do not perhaps play golf, the opportunity to use our facilities to improve their health and well-being. 

These include: 

  • A partnership with the NHS Blood & Transplant service in 2021 — trialled here at Mill Green recently — to help recruit new and returning blood donors via a fun awareness campaign. We will also be offering our facilities as donor centres in the future. 
  • Joining with This Girl Can in 2022 to launch This Girl Can Get Golfing, with the goal of introducing golf to girls and ladies in a fun and free environment. Events will be held throughout the year in a bid to boost female participation in the game. Our postponed This Girl Can play golf mums’ and daughters’ session is this Friday, July 2nd at 4pm-5pm. Please meet by putting green next to clubhouse. Everyone welcome.
  • Rolling out a Get Golfing TAP — Targeted Activity Programme — at the club in 2021. This is a project that gives selected school students an opportunity to access golf and healthy food at our sites through a series of events and camps. Students will be drawn from those who are, for instance, eligible for free school meals, the pupil premium or are young carers, have special educational needs or are eligible for an education healthcare plan. 
  • Further to the above, we will be rolling out an Education and Special Educational Needs programme in September through school sports partnerships, school games organisers and school sports coordinators, PE coordinators, headteacher forums, the Local Education Authority and Council Sports Development Officers. 
  • Becoming a place that the local community can use to improve individual and community well-being at no impact to our core activity of golf. We will look to make our facilities available to non-traditional users, such as charities and local interest groups, at times when there is low usage by golfers. As a Community Hub, Mill Green will help to combat loneliness and inactivity in all age groups via golf, music, the arts and other sports activities. 
  • Creating free social gatherings for members, visitors and local people, such as organised dog or nature walks and bird watching events, that make use of our beautiful landscape and help to bring people together. 

Community Outreach Events


Pro News

From Mark Day, PGA Professional: Here are my sessions for July: 

  • The Flatstick Challenge: July 14th — 14:00-15:00: This month’s Flatstick challenge will test your ability to use the sweet spot of your putter to improve speed control and start line. I will be hosting an afternoon session on the putting green where members will get the chance to ask any questions regarding the challenge and how you can improve your putting. We’ll have some fun and friendly competition on the evening and this month will be focused on holing more putts. Book here: 
  • The Power Hour: July 31st — 14:00-15:00: This month I will be sharing with participants what vertical force is and how to maximise vertical force for increased speed and distance. During the session, there will be a short clinic with the opportunity for you to explore new ideas and ask questions about how you can increase clubhead speed and hit the ball further. Book here: 

From Jack Grogan, PGA Professional: Here are my sessions for July: 

  • Practice with purpose: July 10th – 3pm: When trying to shoot better scores, it is important to understand that practice alone won’t necessarily improve your game. You need to understand and manage your expectations on the course and so find the best way of getting the ball around the hole. Mindset and mentality can often give you a huge advantage or be a big hindrance to your game. In this clinic, I will discuss how best to plot your way around the course, how to manage expectations and importantly the most effective ways to practice before you play. 
  • Ladies Chip and sip taster evening: July 18th – 6pm: Do you have any female friends or family that would like to learn or have an introduction to golf? Join me for a relaxed introduction to the game where you will learn about the different forms of chipping when you are around the green, followed by a glass of prosecco and discussion about the best ways to learn and start playing golf. There will be a £5 supplement for this event. 
  • Worst club clinic: July 22nd – 7pm: Everyone seems to have at least one club in their bag that they just can get along with, that, for some reason whatever you change doesn’t make any difference. This hour will be aimed at making you feel more confident with the club and increasing your ability to consistently use it. Come down to the range with your clubs and we will work together to find the best solution. 

To reserve your place on any of these sessions please contact Jack via email: [email protected] or phone on 07517490792. 

Proshop News

We have three great promotions this month from the Pro Shop. Remember all profits go back into your club.

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With high demand for the Srixon two dozen SuperSleeve offer last month, we will be carrying this over into July. Don’t forget to bulk up on ammunition for what is going to be a summer of lots of golf! 

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Are you looking to replace your golf shoes? Have the spikes worn, or do you just fancy a stylish pair of shoes with that casual look? Buy any pair of Puma shoes with your member discount applied and receive a Puma Golf Carry Sack completely free of charge. 

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Playing so much golf that it is becoming tiresome to lug your bag around the golf course? We have a limited number of fantastic Powakaddy 2020 FW3 electric trolleys available at a price of £349.99. Brand new last summer, the last lockdown means they haven’t seen much use, so grab a great deal today. Please look in the Sale section on the Get Golfing Pro Shop website 

New equipmentJohn Rahm’s win at the US Open was EPIC! Keep your eyes posted for the launch of Callaway hardware, bags and accessories on the Get Golfing Pro Shop. Coming soon in July.  



With a surge in interest in golf, we have several beginner’s sets for Men, Ladies and Juniors from Fazer & Benross. 

Demo daysNumbers do not lie! Our first Get Golfing demo days at Redlibbets and Mill Green have been a huge success, with many members seeing vast improvements through the latest technology. Keep your eyes peeled for more dates and contact me at [email protected] or 01474 554960 to book with the top brands coming to your club! Mill Green has demo days at the following times this month:

  • Wilson on July 8th

Top up your card: You can top up your club/levy cards via the Get Golfing Pro Shop without buying anything. Summer is here and beer funds are needed! 


We have recently received some fantastic reviews at the club and thought it might be nice for our members to hear what some visitors have said about the club and course over the last few weeks.

“Beautifully laid out with some wider and more forgiving fairways. Testing water placement means you have to think strategically but are rewarded with receptive greens, which are immaculate and run true. Lunch very nice, looking out to golfers driving off the 10th and coming down the 18th. Staff attentive and friendly. Highly recommended.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steve Rowe
“We had our wedding here on Sunday the 30th of May, and from start to finish Nicola and co were fantastic, the new venue looks amazing and our guests enjoyed their evening thoroughly. Thanks again guys! We will be back in the near future for lunch.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anthony Collins
“Amazing to see the money the new owners have spent on the club house and facilities. Friendliest club in area and amazing course.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andy Johnstone 
“Course is in stunning condition, particularly the greens, probably the best value for money in the area. The construction work didn’t affect our round at all.”
Rated 5 out of 5 by Justin Forbes