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Junior

St Enodoc success at St Austell Junior Open Day

Tom Richards wins at St Austell’s in their Junior Open day on Sunday 2nd July with a whopping 42 points on count back.
Congratulations Tom, you are on a roll!

Junior League and County Action

It’s Kernow Cup time!

Playing at St Austell on Sunday 25th June with some new faces in the team, and some very new to this, our 5 young super juniors, did themselves proud, although we lost 4-1. Well done everyone.

Will Dingle, Matthew Warren, Teo de Boer, Samuel Hinsley and Eben Buchanan.

Cornwall v Wiltshire U14’s Sunday 25th June at The Point

Tough start for our boys against a team where their highest hcp was 10.8 and our lowest, was 11.7!
Overseeing the U14’s this year, is Steve Chapman and for this match chose our U14’s Junior County Champion  Bobby Godfrey, as Captain of the day.
All matches were all tightly fought with Tom Richards playing his first County match and winning the last 4 holes to win 2up! Unfortunately Cornwall lost 8.5 – 3.5.
Well done everyone.

Tom Richards, Bobby Godfrey and Sam Hanton.

Golf Sixes: Sunday 25th June at St Enodoc.

Another great day for all 24 juniors taking part in the 2nd round of the league.Connie Ball & Maggie Hall, Sam Warrick & Jago, Alfie Brown and Archie Ball
1st: St Austell and Trevose (122 points)
3rd: St Enodoc (115 points)
4th: Carlyon Bay (114 points)

Sam and Jago (green hats) Dad (Mr Warrick) on flag duty!

Maggie teeing off.

Alfie Brown

Cornwall County Girls v Devon County Girls U18’s

Cornwall take the win 3-2 Sunday 25th June playing at Staddon Heights
The format was Greensomes with a low and high handicap paired together.
Well done to Daisy Lane and her partner who won their match on the 18th.

Golf Sixes 2023

Sam Warrick, Ben Reader, Mara Harbour, Ned Pywell and Alfie Brown (missing is Eben Buchanan)

The first of the GolfSixes for 2023, kicked off over at Trevose on Sunday 18th June.Six juniors from each of the clubs, Carlyon Bay, St Austell, Trevose and St Enodoc, all took part in this fun, 6 hole Texas Scramble.Luckily everyone finished just before the thunderstorm!Well done to this crazy bunch of St Enodoc juniors who all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and came 4th!

 

Bobby Godfrey wins Cornwall U-14 Championship

It’s a 4th Cornwall County Champion for St Enodoc Golf Club, Junior golfer, Bobby Godfrey is our County’s  U12/14’s Champion for 2023.

 

Bobby Godfrey with the U-14 Championship Trophy

What a great day for our St Enodoc Juniors all playing in the Cornwall County Championships at Looe Golf Club, Sunday 18th June !
The scratch prize was won by Bobby Godfrey with an 80,  Sam Hanton and Alfie Chapman shot 81 and Harry Jolliff an 82.
The St Enodoc boys took the top 4 places in the scratch competition.
Alfie Chapman won the nett prize with a 59 beating Bobby Godfrey on count back.
Will Dingle came 4th with a nett 64
and Matthew Warren 10th place with a nett 72.

 

Buse Shield June 2023

The Buse Shield is back and the weather could not have been better, Sunday 4th June.

With 11 juniors sorting their own partners  out, it really was a great day out. We had Dads, Grandmas and Grandads all taking part. The atmosphere, camaraderie and competitiveness between them all, was a delight to watch, as everyone was in it to win in!

The comment of the day had to be from Samuel who didn’t hesitate in telling his dad David, ‘If you hadn’t missed that putt, Dad, we’d have won!’

Well done to Neil and Oban Robinson, winning with 38 pts.

  • 1st – Neil Robinson & Oban Robinson (38 points)
  • 2nd – David Hinsley & Samuel Hinsley (37 points)
  • 3rd – Norman Evans & Will Dingle (36 points)

Full results can be viewed by clicking here

Neil Robinson and Oban Robinson with Caspar Collins and Jonathan Collins

Bertie and Beryl McCormick with Lee and Quinn Bateman

Nick and Tom Richards with Daisy and Rob Lane

Norman Evans and Will Dingle, Jasmine Carter and Jeff Buckley, with Anthony and Eva Newman

Samuel Hinsley, Matthew Warren, with their dads Paul Warren and David Hinsley.

Tamar Cup Success

St Enodoc Juniors had 2 teams playing in the Tamar Cup last weekend and both were victorious!

Kai, Jay, Henry and Quinn.

At St Mellion the team won 3-0 and, not to be out done, at Borrington St Enodoc also won 3-0.

Oban, Tom, Alfie and Bobby.

Winner of the Dymond Cup 2023 – Samuel Hinsley

Above: Winner Samuel Hinsley with competition sponsor Chris Dymond

What a glorious day for all our Juniors, playing in the Dymond Cup, individual Stableford (qualifier)
Well done to all our Juniors, some great golf was watched by Chris Dymond from afar, who complimented them all, not only for their golf but their mannerisms too.
Yes, the greens were not easy, as you all experienced!
Maria Buckley – Junior Organiser

Above: Caspar, Henry, Bobby, Daisy, Tom, Quinn, Alfie, Matthew and our winner Samuel with Chris Dymond.

1st    Samuel Hinsley     44pts
2nd Matthew Warren    42pts
3rd Alfie Chapman        37pts

England Golf Junior Champion Club Qualifier May 2023

England Golf Junior Champion Club Qualifier (Cornwall) :: Cornwall Golf Union

Great weather for the England Golf Junior Club Championships held at Tehidy Sunday 7th May,

St Enodoc Juniors take 5th place with a score of 70 points in the Club Championships Team event, where the best two scores were to count.

The winning team were Radnor with a score of 79 points.

Congratulations to Jack Jolliff who came 3rd with 40 points (countback)

For individual results click here

For team results click here

Jack Jolliff, (Junior Vice Captain) Kai Dingle and Liam Bateman (Junior Captain)

English Schools Golf Association (Cornwall Schools Boys Championships) 2023

Oban Robinson

St Enodoc Juniors top the leaderboard in both these events.

Well done to Oban Robinson for a win at Cape Cornwall with 38 points!

Well done to Matthew Warren who wins at St Austell with a great score of 45 and Harry Jolliff (who continues to keep in the top 3) comes 3rd with a 39!

Seniors vs Juniors

After many emails to and fro the might of the Seniors took on the cream of the Juniors. We were slightly concerned at the forecast but Maria Buckley’s prayers were effective and the whole day went off with no more than the odd raindrop.The first two matches were halved leading to a sense of optimism in the Seniors which was quickly dampened by two losses. Match 5 saw Richard Palmer record a rare win on the Holywell but the Juniors’ overall win was sealed by Oben and Eva who also won a prize for the biggest win margin of 4 and 3. Jerry Taylor and John Bower secured a modicum of respectability with the Seniors’ biggest win margin, also 4 and 3.The overall result was Juniors 4 Seniors 3  with nearest the pin prizes on the 12th being secured by the respective section captains, Liam Bateman and Kevin Burton.Maria presented Liam with the cup and chocs to share with his triumphant team.Observing and hearing of the play from the Juniors throughout the day leads me to believe that the future of golf at St Enodoc is assured. The match was played in a great spirit and I hope that this becomes a regular fixture once again.Neal Jolly Seniors Vice Captain

Juniors playing for the County

Well done to Alfie Chapman and Bobby Godfrey, for making it into the U14’s County Squad.
Quinn Bateman and Henry Rutherford made it into the U16’s and Kai Dingle is selected for the U18’s.

Alfie Chapman wins Mullion Junior Open

It’s another Open Day win for Alfie Chapman, this time at Mullion  Golf Club with 39 points
Above: Annette Bullock, Alfie Chapman and Vice Captain Hjalmar

Juniors Easter Texas Scramble

Above Left – Right Kai Dingle, Tom Richards, Teo De Boer, Ollie Allen, Jasper Hawes, Matthew Warren, Eva Newman, Holly Justice, Natasha Gadney, Sienna Gadney, Ralph Justice, Alfie Chapman, Mara Harbour and Eben Buchanan.
Winners of the 18 hole Texas Scramble.
1st Alfie Chapman, Holly Justice &  Sienna Gadney – 49pts
2nd Kai Dingle, Eva Newman & Matthew Warren     – 50pts
3rd Ollie Allen, Tom Richards & Jasper Hawes         – 52pts
4th Teo De Boer, Ralph Justice & Natasha Gadney. – 61pts
Winners of the 13 hole Texas Scramble.
Maria Buckley, Eben Buchanan & Mara Harbour – 26pts

Junior Open Day 2023

Open Day success for St Enodoc’s Juniors and for some, just finishing was a success!

St Enodoc Juniors in the prizes

Liam Bateman (Junior Captain) Tom Richards, Jack Jolliff and Kai Dingle.

Nett scores:

  • 1st – Jack Jolliff (21 – nett 66)
  • 2nd – Liam Bateman (10 – nett 69)
  • 3rd – Tom Richards (24 – nett 69)
  • 6th – Kai Dingle (6 – nett 71)

Gross scores:

  • 3rd – Kai Dingle (6 – gross 77)
  • 5th – Liam Bateman (10 – gross 79)

The St Enodoc team

Left to Right: Neil Bradley (Club Captain), Liam Bateman (Junior Captain), Harry Jolliff, Tom Richards, Jack Jolliff, Nick Richards (Junior Committee Member), Kai Dingle and Maria Buckley (Junior Organiser)

Holywell Course Winner

Will Dingle from The Point.

Will Dingle receiving his prize from Neil Bradley.

Club Captain Neil Bradley and Junior Captain Liam Bateman

Neil Bradley and Kai Dingle

Church results can be viewed here

Holywell results can be viewed here

Bobby Godfrey & Alfie Chapman chosen for Cornwall U-14 squad

Well done to Alfie Chapman and Bobby Godfrey for making it into the U14’s County Squad.

Well done and well deserved. Wishing you both the very best for the coming year and good luck to all the Squad at Bigbury on Sunday 2nd April.

St Enodoc Juniors success at the CGU Junior Spring Meeting

Alfie Chapman wins CGU Spring Meeting, three Juniors in the top 10.

Playing last Sunday, 26th March, at Falmouth GC off the Mens white tees Alfie Chapman with a score of 68 nett beat fellow St Enodoc Junior Kai Dingle (70 nett) to win the Cornwall County Union Spring Meeting. Another of our up and coming Juniors, Tom Richards came 7th with nett 73.

Well played Alfie – a “Chip” off the old block ! And well played all St Enodoc Juniors.

Detailed results may be found under the Juniors tab.

Junior Holywell Knock Out 2022/23

Young Juniors do battle on the Holywell.

Well done to Samuel Hinsley (pictured right) who beat Matthew Warren in the final of the Holywell Winter Knockout 2022.
Congratulations to both boys for entering and getting to the finals.

Church Winter Knockout Finals 2023

The Junior Winter Knockout on The Church Course came down to a nail-biting finish.

Well done to Jack Jolliff (right) who beat Henry Rutherford on the 18th hole in their first winter knockout finals.

Laura Davies coaches St Enodoc Junior

Every year Laura gives a day’s coaching to the Surrey Girls, Holly was lucky 4 years ago, this time in her 15 minutes Laura was impressed how straight Holly hit her 7 iron and then showed her how to hit high, low, a draw and a fade to get herself out of difficult situations.

Godfrey Scratch Cup and Godfrey Cup (nett)

Well done to these “hardy” nine Juniors for completing all 18 holes. Not only battling against each
other in a medal cup competition, but the howling wind, torrential rain, sunshine and then a
hailstorm as they were all on the last few holes!

Some great scoring from Junior Captain Liam Bateman, who wins the Godfrey Scratch Cup with an 86
gross (76 nett). Also, congratulations on becoming a single figure handicap 9.9.

And Tom Richards winning the Godfrey Cup with a 72 nett (100gross).

Super proud of you all. It was mighty tough including the putting where a lot of the extra shots came
from.

See full results

Liam Bateman, Daisy Lane, Henry Rutherford

Quinn Bateman, Jack Jolliff, Oban Robinson

Tom Richards, Alfie Chapman, Caspar Collins

 

 

 

Cole, Rayment and White Cup

I feel as each year goes by, the challenge isn’t to play in this competition, but to actually get it played due to the weather! Thankfully this year, although we did have some rain, all nine teams of three, battled it out playing a Texas scramble and, at the back, we had a few of our new juniors without handicaps playing a Texas scramble for fun and experience. Alfie Brown with Suzie Willmott and dad Keith Willmott played Kath Biddle, Rob Pywell with his son Ned Pywell. Alfie’s team beat Ned’s team by 1 point.

The scores this year were incredibly close with 4 teams coming in with 57 points and only 4 points between the last and the first. Well done to everyone.

Last year it was Dad, Kristian Godfrey in the winning team but this year, Grandad, Keith Godfrey takes his place and for the 2nd year running. The Godfrey’s are the Winners with 57 points on countback.
2nd: Marie De Boer, Teo De Boer and Tony Rounsevell 57pts
3rd: Penny Moon, Samuel Hinsley and David Hinsley 57pts
4th: Sue Richards, Tom Richard and Kevin Richards 57pts

Non-handicap Juniors – This year to encourage some of our newer Juniors without handicaps to play for fun and experience, we had Alfie Brown with Suzie Willmott and Keith Willmott and Kath Biddle, Rob Pywell with his son Ned Pywell, playing 10 holes behind the Cole, Rayment and White competition.
1st Alfie’s team 36pts
2nd Ned’s team 35pts

Well done to everyone and thank you to all our Ladies and Gentleman for giving up their time, to support our Juniors. Also to Cole Rayment and White for donating all the prizes and chocolate oranges for all Juniors.

Keith and Meg Godfrey with their Grandson Bobby Godfrey with Charles Rayment presenting the Cup and prizes, all kindly donated by Jeff Cole of Cole, Rayment & White.

Bobby reading his winning speech.

Taking 2nd place also with 57 points was Marie De Boer, Teo De Boer and Grandad Tony Rounsevell, seen here with Charles Rayment at the back.

The Cheeky chimps table! Front left – Teo De Boer, Oban Robinson, Quinn Bateman, Henry Rutherford and Tom Richards.

The prize table.

Maxam Cup 2022

Starting in the rain and finishing in a strong swirling wind made the conditions at Falmouth difficult for everyone, including lots of lush grass and the odd trees here and there!

Well done to Liam Bateman & Henry Rutherford, Quinn Bateman and Jack Jolliff, and third pairing Alfie Chapman and Bobby Godfrey, our main team entered into this competition with two pairs’ scores to count.

Also, a very well done to our extra pairings Harry Jolliff and Tom Richard, Oban Robinson and Matthew Warren. Especially to Matthew who stepped in at the last minute to help out.

Pairing results

Team results