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We have a 3 month membership available to come and try your hand at golf and July through to October is the perfect time to give it a try, you are never too young or too old to take up this game. Silecroft is a gentle 9 hole walk and don’t believe what the famous writer Mark Twain said, golf certainly doesn’t spoil that walk. A recent reviewer of our course wrote;
Silecroft Golf Club raises £736 for Cancer Research UK
For a small club Silecroft raises a lot of money each year for worthy causes, and the members showed their generosity on 1st October once again.
After a very rainy week we were lucky enough to see sunshine and a full afternoon turnout.
Balloons, banners, raffle prizes, sunshine, willing helpers – the scene was set for a most enjoyable day, with 13 teams of 3, two gents, one lady, playing a Scramble. Winners were Neil Robertson, John French and Yvonne Goodrick with a magnificent score of 62.8. Thank you everyone for your support.
Photos of prize table and raffle ladies supplied by young Adam from the caravan site who couldn’t do enough to help that morning!
1st Neil Robertson / John French / Yvonne Goodrick 62.8 points
2nd Roy Goodrick / Clint Houlahan / Joan Myers 64.7
3rd Andrew Leece / Ken Leece / Dottie Williams 66.5
4th Alan Sharpe / Charlie Blezzard / Dave Ward 66.6
5th George Van Boyd / Richard Roberts / Maureen Goodrick 67.5
Dot Williams (Lady Captain)
And the winner of the Bonus Ball is Mrs Maureen Goodrick with No 28. Congratulations Maureen, that’s next year’s membership sorted out.
But more importantly £250 has been raised towards Glyn Robinson’s fundraising.
All Numbers have now been SOLD, and the Bonus ball winner will be decided by tomorrow nights (27th April 2016) Lotto draw, good luck.
BONUS BALL DRAW in support of Glyn Robinson.
Win a years membership of Silecroft Golf Club
UPDATED 26th APRIL 2016 at 9:20pm
This draw will give someone the opportunity to win one years membership of Silecroft Golf Club (Worth £375 – No cash alternative is available), but will also raise £250 to be donated to the funds being raised to support Glyn and his family.
The winner will be identified by the Bonus Ball drawn in the main Lotto game.
COUNTY CARDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE CLUBHOUSE.
Plenty of hard work is being done by greenstaff all over the county, support all the Cumbrian Golf Clubs and take advantage of cheaper green fees with a county card.
When you pick up your county card, please fill in the following details on the card:- Name, Club & CDH Number. The card will be validated by the club official and you will be asked to sign the card as well.
There is a list of all members CDH numbers at the clubhouse with the county cards, or if you have registered on the England Golf Website, you will find your CDH number on your CDH Card:- www.englandgolf.org/members/
Having done all that you will be able to use the card at not only the 30 Cumbrian Clubs but also at in excess of 1280 clubs in the rest of England. The list of all Clubs welcoming the county card is available at:-
County Cards are not issued to Junior Golfers of 18 years or under. They may purchase a County Card for £2.
Dear Club Members,
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for 2016.
My season as Captain has been thoroughly enjoyable, and the support that I have received from all the members has been fantastic and very much appreciated. The Captains fundraising from the members this year has exceeded my expectations, and I sincerely thank you all for your generosity and support.
Once again, Merry Christmas and best wishes and golfing success for 2016.
A great day for the competition and everyone enjoyed themselves on the course, mixing the teams up always lends itself to a good laugh and good chat.
The winning team was made up of Helen Holmes, Phil Garner, John Steward and Doug Myers who if not happy about winning, soon would be after drinking their prize of 4 bottles of wine each 😉
But, the main reason for the day is to raise money for Breast Cancer research, and just over £1000 was raised from the day.
A massive thank you has to be given to Paul and Carol Hodgson for organising the competition and everyone who has helped them over the last 16 years, from which over £16k has been raised for a very worthwhile cause.
Winter Fixtures for 2015 – 2016.
Open to all members – Ladies and Gents.
Saturday 17th October – All Day Stableford
Saturday 31st October – All Day Stableford
Saturday 14th November – All Day Stableford
Sunday 29th November – Drawn Stableford
Sunday 13th December – Drawn Stableford
Saturday 16th January – All Day Stableford
Saturday 30th January – All Day Stableford
Saturday 13th February – All Day Stableford
Sunday 6th March – All Day Stableford
Saturday 19th March – All Day Stableford
The unusual format of Stableford Aggregate was welcomed by the members, not playing with your partner but adding the scores up at the end of the round.
There were some very good individual scores and when added to their partners, there were some good aggregate scores as well.
The results for the day are:
1st place Mrs J Myers 44 pts with Mrs P Murray 36 pts. Total 80pts
2nd place Mr B Halsall 39pts with Mr S Halsall 35 pts Total 74 pts
Best individual J Holmes 38 pts
£60 plus trophy for 1st place
£40 for 2nd and £20 for 3rd.
There were 6 twos each worth 4 balls.
£60 was raised for Sarcoma at Christies hospital.
Silecroft Golf Club Gents Captain, Mr Ken Leece, is raising money this year to install defibrillators at the golf club, all money raised will go towards the purchase of the outside cabinets for the defibrillator to be kept in, making them available to members at all times.
The defibrillator has been donated today by North West Ambulance Service, a big thanks to them for all their help.
A Message from the Club Captain, Mr Ken Leece.
As part of the Captain’s year in office, money is raised for a charity or for a specific purpose at the club. This year the Captain is raising money to obtain Defibrillators and the boxes to house them, outside of the clubhouse and at the furthest reaches of the course. He has been very lucky in that one defib unit has already been donated to the club by Lauren Watson of the North West Ambulance Service, with the promise of a second unit when the money has been raised for the boxes to house them. The first unit is at present held in the clubhouse, which is only open at weekends generally. This will be positioned eventually on an outside wall of the clubhouse, making it available to anyone in the vicinity, on the beach, caravan site etc. The club continues to raise money by raffles, football cards, organised events, and applying for grants or donations where ever possible. Any offers of help would be gratefully accepted. The Captain, Ken Leece, can be contacted on 01229 772162.