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Match & Competition

Friday Night Holywell Mixed Golf

Congratulations to Nigel and Lynn Ashcroft winners of the Friday Night Holywell Foursomes with 37 points. Runners up were Chris and Carole Waights with 35 points. Finally a Friday night competition that wasn’t cancelled due to rain!!

Club Championships 2024

Ladies Champion 2024 – Jenny Justice (l) with the Club Captain Caroline Hume-Kendall flanked by the Men’s Champion 2024 – Louis Archer

Caroline H-K presents the Woodcote Cup for the best nett score to Andrew Jones

Caroline H-K with Jules Finch winner of the Foster Centenary Cup for best nett score

The 2024 Club Championships took place on Saturday 13th July in beautiful sunshine and a refreshing breeze. The 36-hole medal is not everyone’s cup of tea but over 60 of our Members rose to the challenge, testing their mental and physical stamina. At the halfway point In the Championship (best gross), three ladies, Jan Harrison, Jenny and Holly Justice, only had three shots between them. The Men, Mark Justice, Louis Archer and Dave Lupton also found themselves in the same situation with Steve Carhart and Kai Dingle hot on their heels. The afternoon round saw some excellent golf from all contenders. Congratulations to Louis Archer winner of The Magor Gold Medal (gross 139) and to Jenny Justice winner of the Ladies Strokeplay Cup (gross 154).

In the Nett competition it was Andrew Jones who took the Men’s title, winning the Woodcote Cup, with a Nett 138, winning on count back from Shane Dingle. For the Ladies Jules Finch (who had the round of her life in the afternoon with a nett 65) won the Foster Centenary Trophy with a combined score of 142, Cath Hopkins being the runner up.

A special mention must go to Josh Taylor and Jules Finch who improved their AM to PM scores by 13 and 12 shots respectively.

I would like to thank all competitors for making the day a success and to the Greens, Bar and Kitchen teams for looking after us so well. The course played beautifully and we were very well looked after in the Clubhouse. My biggest thank you is to Chris Smyth who was there from start to finish and without whom the day would not have run so smoothly.

Caroline Hume-Kendall

Club Captain


Mixed Flag Competition on the Church Course

The challenging format of mixed foursomes medal did not deter 6 couples on Sunday to play for the honour of winning the Flag competition.  A most enjoyable game where you go as far as you can with your allocated shots.  The winners (Lynn Ashcroft and Simon Trevan) managed to complete 18 holes and went all the way down the 1st to 25 yards from the 1st pin the runners up (Norman and Annie Hawkey) also managed to go down the first although not quite so far.

Thank you to all who entered and to Chris Smyth for looking after the score cards.

Carole Waights

Club Captain’s Charity Day 2024

The Captain would like to thank all those involved in her Charity Day which took place on Wednesday 14th June. Just shy of 160 visitors were welcomed to the Club for a bacon bap before they set off on their round in glorious sunshine and very little wind. All came in smiling and complimenting the course before heading up to the dining room for more culinary delights. The course and clubhouse did us proud and somewhere in the region of £8,500 has been raised for MIND Cornwall on this day alone, thank you to everyone who contributed, players and helpers alike.

Caroline Hume-Kendall – Club Captain

County Championships 2024

Course swap with Saunton GC.

You may recall last year we did a course swap with RND. This year it was Saunton’s turn. Sixty four of our members and sixty four Saunton members passed each other on the Atlantic Highway early Thursday morning to play each other’s course. We had a wonderful day playing in sunshine on the stunning East Course which was in excellent condition. The last couple of weeks have seen the rough grow to a particularly challenging state, those who kept to the fairway were suitably rewarded. A lovely carvery was enjoyed by all followed by prize giving. Congratulations to the winners (pictured) David Mann, Richard Hambly, Josh Taylor and Nick Williams, who scored 91 points. Readers will be interested to know that with one player change (David Mann replacing James Hutchings this year) they were also the winning team last year at RND with the same number of points. The 2024 runners up of Geoff & Sue Jones and Pete & Sarah Chinnery were also the 2023 runners up! All to play for in 2025 then..
I would personally like to thank the Saunton team for agreeing to this fixture and my thanks also go to all involved at both venues in making the day so memorable.
Caroline Hume-Kendall
Club Captain

Senior Golfers’ Society at St Enodoc

The Senior Golfers’ Society made their annual pilgrimage to St Enodoc this week for a match against our Seniors on Thursday and playing for the Rex Machin Salver against the Club on Friday in a match that was first played in 1946.

As seems to be the norm rain intervened and prevented the match from going ahead on Thursday morning. Luckily the office were able to fit players into tee times later in the day for some friendly games instead. Following drinks at the Gairdners who have hosted pre-dinner drinks for about 20 years, the players and their partners enjoyed a sumptuous three course meal upstairs in the dining room. Speeches from Club Captain, Caroline Hume-Kendall, Senior Golfers’ Society Captain, Andrew Gray, and Match Manager, Humphrey Claxton were followed by Roy Hunt entertaining us all on his Banjolele. A wonderful evening had by all.

The Friday morning foursomes match was played in excellent spirits with some impressive golf too. Andrew thanked the Club for its very generous hospitality and Caroline presented him with the Rex Machin Salver, the Senior Golfers’ Society having retained the Salver beating the Club 3.5 – 2.5.

Thanks to Humphrey Claxton for the organisation of the proceedings, wishing all the best to Hugh Maurice for the future as he assumes the mantle of organiser for the SEGC leg of the SGS South West trip. We look forward to welcoming Senior Golfers’ Society back in 2025.

Seniors Golfing Society at St Enodoc

Today we welcome the Seniors Golfing Society to the Club. Founded in 1926 and with over 750 Members SGS is itinerant playing some 140 matches per year all round the UK and abroad. Some Members of our Club are also Members of SGS and are thus faced today with a choice and potential split loyalties !

Nigel Olesen’s third Ace of the year

Nigel Olesen (left) receives his traditional Hole-in-One Flag from Seniors Captain Neal Jolley. This was Nigel’s third Ace of the year and was on the 11th hole of the Church Course and occurred during the recent Seniors match vs St Mellion. This was Nigel’s 6th ace of his career ! How does he do it ?

Success at the Cornwall Closed Championships

centre above: 2024 CGU Under 21 Champion Kai Dingle

The CGU Cornwall Closed Championships were held yesterday at Bude GC with a healthy list of entrants from St Enodoc. The event is open to both amateur and professional players from Cornish Clubs and once again Joe Cruse retained his professional title with a two round 4 under par total of 138.

Winner of the U-21 title was Kai Dingle with a two round 8 over par total of 150. Well played Kai !

Winner of the best net score was Bobby Godfrey with a two round net total of 136. Well played Bobby !

And in 4th place overall, just trailing the Pro’s was Louis Archer with a 1 over par total of 143. Well played Louis !

Full details may be fond here

Centre above – Bobby Godfrey.

CTC Final – so near and yet

Congratulations to our CTC team for reaching the final, played against West Cornwall at Bude last weekend. This year was not our year but we put up an excellent fight, narrowly missing out by 0.25 points. The standard of golf was top class. Well done to all the team for a great season. A detailed match report can be found by visiting

Daily Mail Foursomes 2024 Round 1

Sue Roworth and Bev Vann played their first round of the Daily Mail Foursomes at the Point on Sunday 10th March

Playing against Jackie Arnold & Mel Clare, Sue & Bev were in good form winning 5&3
Well played !

CTC Final this Sunday 17th March

Our CTC Team play West Cornwall GC this Sunday at Bude GC. Friendly faces of support mean a lot to the team. Bude GC is 40 minutes up the road from Wadebridge – so no distance. Think how far the West Cornwall supporters will travel !

A word on parking – be sure to register your car reg number in the Pro Shop.

See you there – first tee time 0800. Morning foursomes followed by afternoon singles.

CTC Final Sunday 17th March 2024

Sunday the 17th of March will see St Enodoc’s Cornwall Team Championship team play West Cornwall Golf Club at Bude in the final of the 2023/24 CTC. This is St Enodoc’s third final in four years, with the team looking for its first win in the CTC since 2013. First tee off is 8:00 AM. Supporters would be greatly appreciated by the team.
the team is:
Louis Archer, Lewis Bradley, Steve Buse, Steve Chapman, Joe Combellack, Mark Justice, Mike Masters, Charlie Runnalls, George Tunbridge .

Annie & Bob Cruse win Ian Waters Trophy


Congratulations to Bob and Annie Cruse who won the Ian Waters Mixed Greensomes competition on Sunday with 39 points. The competition was played in unusually dry conditions with three pairs scoring 37 points competing for second place which was taken by Mark and Vicki Stevenson. Also congratulations to Terry and Cath Buscombe who won the Mixed Greensomes competition on the Holywell.

Cornwall vs Devon U-18 stableford match

Jay & Kai Dingle represented Cornwall U-18’s last week. Full results may be found here

St Enodoc advance to the CTC Final!!

Sunday 4th February saw our CTC side face Tehidy Park Golf Club for a place in the final.

The morning foursomes started with a 2&1 win for Justin Barnard and Rob Macgregor over Louis Archer and Lewis Bradley. St Enodoc would respond however winning the next 3 foursomes matches, with Charlie Runnalls and George Tunbridge winning 5&4 over Chris Hoyle and Lee Chambers, shortly followed by a 5&3 win for Mike Masters and Joe Combellack over Adam Nottman and James Levick. Steve Chapman and Mark Justice would battle back from being 2 down on the 16th tee to win the game 1up against Richard Simmons and James Barnard. Our ninth man Steve Buse won his match 5&4 against Arron Wallace to finish off a great morning session for St Enodoc taking a 3.75 – 1 lead going into the afternoon singles.

Three points were required for St Enodoc in the afternoon however, it was Tehidy who drew first blood with a 3&2 win for Rob Macgregor over Lewis Bradley in match 1. In match 2 a birdie finish was required from Justin Barnard to halve his match with Louis Archer. In match 4 Joe Combellack would get St Enodoc off the mark with an impressive 7&6 win over Adam Nottma. Tehidy then added two more points with Richard Simmons defeating Steve Chapman 2&1 in match 3, followed by a 3&2 win for Lee Chambers over Charlie Runnalls in match 5. Chris Hoyle narrowly beat Mike Masters 2&1 in match 6, meaning 1.5 points were required from the remaining two games. In match 8 George Tunbridge would follow his morning win with a second 5&4 victory of the day, playing against James Barnard. Match 7 was still alive with Mark Justice needing to halve the match for St Enodoc to progress to the the Final. Mark would duly deliver making a brilliant Par on the tricky 17th hole at Trevose and therefore beating James Levick 2&1, securing our place in the Final and a result of St Enodoc 7.25 – 5.5 Tehidy Park.

We would like to thank Tehidy for the great game, Trevose for hosting us, and to all the spectators who came out and supported us on the day.

The final will be played on Sunday 17th March vs West Cornwall at Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club.  

St Enodoc through to CTC Final

CTC Semi-Final vs Tehidy Park GC Sunday February 4th

The selected team to play Tehidy in this winters semi-final of the Cornwall Team Championship is –

Louis Archer
Lewis Bradley
Steve Chapman
Joe Combellack
Mark Justice
Mike Masters
George Tunbridge
Charlie Runnalls
Steve Buse
Match to be played at Trevose GC with the first tee off at 0800

Tudor Edwards Final 2024

Final of the Tudor Edwards was played on the 21st January in gale force winds , the joy of winter golf !Kristian and Bobby Godfrey playing against Martin Biddle and Richard Hawken, the Godfrey’s receiving 2 strokes.The first 9 holes were a little scrappy in difficult conditions with Martin and Richard one ahead at the turn .The Godfrey’s made a nett 4 on the 10th match all square.The next two holes were exchanged with winning pars all square on the 13th tee.All the remaining holes playing into 40-45 mph wind, Martin and Richard made 4 pars in the next 5 holes which enabled them to win the match 2/1.

Hole In One!

Huge congratulations to Dave MacMillan who had a hole in one on the 5th (7 iron, two hops and in) whilst playing in the Senior Stableford competition on Monday 11th December. It galvanised his game and he came in the winner with 42 points! David was presented by senior captain ‘Neal Jolly’ with a certificate and a hole in one flag before the farmers Christmas party. 

Presidents Trophy – 2nd Round

Presidents Trophy – 2nd Round

Match played at West Cornwall GC on Sunday 3rd December

Four weeks after their success in their 1st Round round match, it was a very confident President’s Trophy team of Quinn Bateman, Neil Bradley, Dennis Brown, Kai Dingle, Keith Hawke, Phil Hoare, Dave Hollyoak, Neil Robinson and Mike Smith who arrived at West Cornwall GC to play what proved to be a very strong side from Falmouth in one of the Quarter Final matches of this seasons competition.

Whilst the rain stayed away for most the of the match, the wind continued to grow in strength throughout the day which made playing conditions challenging at times. However, with Falmouth taking the early lead in the majority of games, and some of the St Enodoc team struggling to find the line and pace of the greens, it was clear that it was going to be a very difficult match.

Despite a lot of good golf being played by the St Enodoc team at times and a great performance from Quinn Bateman who won his game 5 & 4, unfortunately however Quinn proved to be the only winner for St Enodoc with the team eventually losing the match 8 – 1 overall. The match was both extremely competitive and very exciting to watch, it was played in great spirit – a credit to both teams.

A big thanks to the players, caddies and supporters for their commitment & support during this seasons competition, it is very much appreciated.

Turkey Trot 2023

Waking up to a hard frost made the first three hours of the morning slightly stressful. Taking the 3rd and 6th holes out of play to protect the two greens and delaying the start until 1045 meant the 140+ players were able to go out and play both courses in the Turkey Trot.

A unique format of foursomes betterball off the yellow, red and tinsel tees with two teams per tee might have had the players questioning my sanity but it seemed to work and the pace of play was faster than expected.

Thanks to Andy Golding who kindly accompanied me in the buggy laden with sausage rolls, mulled wine and coffee. A welcome warmer for the cold players.

Back inside for chatter, lunch and some light entertainment by David Barnes and his brass band made the whole day thoroughly enjoyable and the clubhouse rather full! Thank you to all the fantastic staff both on and off the course for enabling us to have such a wonderful day.

Congratulations to the winners:

Church: Matt Hamley, James Hutchings, Byron Weston and Sam Bishop

Holywell: Andrew & Jo Carthew and Kevin & Sue Richards

Caroline Hume-Kendall

Club Captain

Church Course Turkey Trot – Saturday 2nd December – Results

1st Matt Hamley / James Hutchings / Byron Weston / Sam Bishop 42 Points

2nd Charles Rayment / Mary Rayment / Paul Vincent / Jacqui Vincent 42 Points

3rd Andy Godfrey / Steve Carhart / Sam Hanton / Oliver Hanton 41 Points

4th Bob Cruse / Annie Cruse / Vicki Stevenson / Mark Stevenson 38 Points

5th Maurice Berry-Hicks / Mark Robinson / Simon Welch / Mike Welch 38 Points

6th Steve Cock / Neal Jolly / Nick Shelley / Russell Jackson 37 Points

7th Quinn Bateman / Liam Bateman / Maria Buckley / Ben Constable 37 Points

8th Tuck Clagett / Rob Cook / John Paul / Tom Wills 37 Points

9th Sarah Ockwell / Julia Finch / Meg Godfrey / Larry Barnecutt 37 Points

10th Nick Stanger / David Cox / Richard Emery / Erica Emery 37 Points

11th Nicky Mitchell / Chris Mitchell / Rupert Hume-Kendall / Mike Roach 36 Points

12th Rich Hambly / Lauren Williams / Nick P Williams / Andy Grills 36 Points

13th Paul Dingle / Dan Witts / Jon Vetori / Rob Pywell 36 Points

14th Lewis Bradley / Kai Dingle / Louis Archer / George Tunbridge 36 Points

15th Trudy Tremain / Jan Harrison / Wendy Briggs / Sara Taylor 35 Points

16th John Carhart / Andy Farrant / Dennis Lemarchand / Simon Trevan 35 Points

17th Lee Bateman / Rob Lane / Tom Richards / Nick Richards 35 Points

18th Rod Frost / Stuart Morley / Richard Norsworthy / Richard Jones 35 Points

19th Andrew Worrall / Andrea Worrall / Kath Biddle / Celia Jarvis 35 Points

20th Geoff Matthews / Roger Priestley / Andy Bunt / Rick Warburton 34 Points

21st Neil Bradley / Paul Clemens / Stuart Fleet / David Lupton 34 Points

22nd Colin Garnett / Tony Martin / Mark Pimble / Ronnie Whitehead 34 Points

23rd Marc Knight / Rich Rundle / Daniel Hicks / Tony Hicks 33 Points

24th Dave Bastard / Keith Hawke / Phil Jory / John Pease 33 Points

25th Pete George / Nigel Goodman / Mark Luxton / Carl Adams 33 Points

26th John Arnold / Ian McKelvey / Wayne Mitchell / Matt Robins 33 Points

27th Steve Chapman / Kristian Godfrey / Bobby Godfrey / Alfie Chapman32 Points

28th Emma Dewhurst / David Dewhurst / David Hudson / Angela Hudson30 Points

29th Will Rich / Max Rich / Rodger Tremain / John Williams 30 Points

30th David Macmillan / Kevin Preater / Peter Lowe / Chris Battersby 29 Points

Holywell Turkey Trot – Saturday 2nd December – Results

1st Andy Carthew / Jo Carthew / Kevin Richards / Sue Richards 49 Points

2nd Terry Buscombe / Cath Buscombe / Harry Gliddon / Terri Gliddon 49 Points (cb)

3rd Peter Bendall / Jane Bendall / David Elliott / Beth Elliott 47 Points

4th Malcolm Knight / John Radford / Derick Rushton / Kenton Williams 43 Points

5th Edna Alford / Mary Baillie / Carole Carter / Barbara Willmott 41 Points

CTC Match Report: St Enodoc v Newquay – Sunday 19th November 2023

CTC Match Report: St Enodoc v Newquay – Sunday 19th November 2023


Sunday the 19th of November saw our CTC team head to Trevose for a rematch of last year’s Quarter Final against a strong Newquay side, where St Enodoc were looking for redemption for last year’s loss. The players were met with high winds (40mph +) but luckily the rain stayed away for the entire day.

The first foursome out, Mark Justice and Lewis Bradley, would get the first point for St Enodoc with a 3&1 win over Tom Savage and Adam Herman. Our second pair, Mike Masters and Joe Combellack, found themselves against the father and son pairing of Dion and Dan Keyser, with the Newquay pairing edging the win on the 18th green. Next out saw George Tunbridge and Charlie Runnalls face the strong pairing of Joe Ibbs-George and Jon Hancock, where the St Enodoc pairing would get an all-important half point. Last out saw Louis Archer and Brandon Armitage take on county legend Ian Veale and young Tommy Miller with the St Enodoc pairing coming out victors 3&2. Due to illness, St Enodoc fielded possibly the most decorated ninth man in the competition’s history with Steve Chapman delivering what would later become a massive 3&2 victory over Heath Coombes.

The result was 3.25 – 1.5 in favour of St Enodoc after the morning session. St Enodoc required 3.5 points from the afternoon singles to win the match.

With the wind growing stronger in the afternoon, Newquay got off to a fast start with wins in Match 2 and 3 for Dan Keyser and Jon Hancock against Mark Justice and Mike Masters. St Enodoc responded with 4&3 wins from Joe Combellack, who even in the adverse weather conditions was still able to be under par for the round against Dion Keyser. Brandon Armitage defeated Tommy Miller in Match 5. Brandon delayed his plans to travel in order to play in the CTC, and validated his decision with a 100% record on the day.

This left St Enodoc needing 1.5 points from the last four games, however the odds were against us as Newquay were leading 3 of the 4 matches. In the first match out, Lewis Bradley courageously battled back to win the point for St Enodoc 1up against Jo Ibbs-George. Newquay countered St Enodoc’s strike with a blow of their own as Ian Veale defeated Louis Archer.  In match 7, Adam Herman beat Charlie Runnalls 4&3. This resulted in St Enodoc needing a half point to win the match overall.

George Tunbridge was all square after 14 holes and found himself in a very similar to position to our last game against Perranporth! A routine par on the 15th and 2 great shots on the 16th meant George had a 5-footer for par to win the hole and go dormy 2 up. The celebrations started as George knocked in his putt to claim the half point which would see St Enodoc win on ninth man 6.75 to 6.

We would like to thank all the caddies and supporters who came out in cold and windy conditions to support the team. The next round will be on Sunday 4th February 2024.

CTC Q-Final vs Newquay GC 19th November

Our CTC Team play their Quarter Final match this coming Sunday – 19th November – at Trevose GC. Foursomes in the morning singles in the afternoon. Come along and show your support for the team. We have the Ladies scratch team trophy, it would be good to add the Cornwall Team Championship to the trophy cabinet ! The team for Sunday is –

Louis Archer
Brandon Armitage
Steve Buse
Steve Chapman
Joe Combellack
Mark Justice
Mike Masters
Charlie Runnalls
George Tunbridge

Night Golf – Friday 17th November

Cornwall+ v ROW

In the end the weather was kinder than forecasted to the 40 players that made up the two teams playing in this years annual Cornwall+ vs ROW match.

Although the rain stayed away the wind was gusting at over 35mph and playing conditions were still challenging.

In the lead match the Cornish team got off to a great start with a 10 point to 8 victory. At the half way stage Cornwall had won two matches, ROW had won two and one match was halved.  The overall match score couldn’t have been closer with scoring level at 45 – 45.  The next 4 matches saw 2 victories a piece but now ROW were leading by 3 points 82.5 to 79.5 with only the final match to come in. Incredibly the Cornish duo of Mike and Nigel Buse beat the ROW pairing of Julian Darnell and Mark Pimble by the required 3 points to secure a 90 – 90 point draw.

The match was played in excellent spirit with much hilarity and witty banter exchanged between the teams during the after-match meal and continued in the bar into the evening.  

Thank you to all of those that took part for keeping this great tradition alive.  Thank you too David and Heather and their teams for providing an excellent meal and great service as always.

Matthew Warr and Neil Bradley

Victory: President’s Trophy Round 1!

Victory: President’s Trophy Round 1

Match played at Bude GC on Sunday 29th October

Just three weeks after there success in their preliminary round match, the President’s Trophy team of Quinn Bateman, Neil Bradley, Dave Collick, Kai Dingle, Keith Hawke, Phil Hoare, Dave Hollyoak,
Neil Robinson and Mike Smith arrived at Bude GC to play a strong and confident side from China Fleet in the 1st Round proper of this seasons competition.

Although St Enodoc had a couple of early wins from Keith Hawke and Mike Smith it was clear that the China Fleet team were definitely up for the fight with the rest of the games being extremely tight, and with the lead in many of the other games frequently swapping first one way then the other, unsurprisingly 6 of the remaining games were not resolved until either the 17th or 18th. However, I am delighted to report that the St Enodoc team proved to be the stronger side on the day eventually winning the match 7.5 – 1.5.

Thankfully, although the wind grew in strength throughout the day, the rain stayed away for most the of the match, which made for ideal playing conditions. The match was both extremely competitive and very exciting to watch, it was played in great spirit – a credit to both teams.

The team can now look forward to playing Falmouth GC in the second round at the beginning of December.

Mike Roach
President’s Trophy Captain

Result: Frank Wills Round 1

Frank Wills Salver 1st Round Match played at Trevose v West Cornwall GC on Sunday 22nd October 2023.

On a brisk early morning at Trevose & for most of the morning the sun was shining with just a couple heavy squally showers & a light breeze. It proved to be a tight match with the teams very evenly matched . Unfortunately for St.Enodoc it came down to the last match which we lost on the 18th hole. Giving 3-4 shots in every match was in my view very difficult to overcome. Overall result 3-2 to West Cornwall.

The match was both extremely competitive and exciting to watch, it was played in great spirit – a credit to both teams. I’d like to thank our team for putting themselves forward for selection & thank the caddies (Kevin Richards & Matthew Warren) and the 4-5 members who came along to support.

L-R, Liam Bateman, Lee Bateman, Nick Richards, James Hutchings, Dave Lupton, John Pease, Rod Frost, Dan Witts, Andrew Grills & Paul Warren.

Rich Helleur

Team Manager

CTC 1st Round – A win by the narrowest of margins

St Enodoc win by the finest of margins. 

Sunday 15th October saw the CTC team travel to a well-presented St Austell Golf Club to face defending champions Perranporth in the 1st Rd of this winters Cornwall Team Championship.  

St Enodoc vs Perranporth was always going to be tight, and this was proven in the morning foursomes with every match finishing on the 18th.  First out saw Archer and Bradley in a close match with Perranporth stalwarts Wilson and Kirton ending with a halved match. This was followed by the St Enodoc stalwarts of Chapman and Jolliff in a close battle against Tom Benney & James Ruddick with the Perranporth duo closing out the match 2up. Mike Masters and Joe Combellack were never down in their match vs Marc Wilson and George Law winning 1up. Making their CTC debuts Brandon Armitage & George Tunbridge found themselves 4 down at one point to Simon Knowles and Dean Tulley battling to the 18th they would come up just short finishing 2 down. Ninth man Simon Lord found himself against tough opposition in Tristan Gurd with the latter winning 5&4.  

This left the score 1.5 – 3.25 in favour of Perranporth, with St Enodoc needing five of the available eight singles points to take the match. Needing a fast start St Enodoc would win the first three matches with a 4&3 win for Louis Archer over Wilson. Quickly followed by a 3&2 win for Steve Chapman over Sandy Kirton and a 4&3 win for Lewis Bradley over Tom Benney. Perranporth fought back with wins from James Ruddick and Dean Tulley against Mike Masters and Ian Jolliff. This was followed by Joe Combellack in a close game which George Law edged on the 18th. Needing the last two games for the match our two debutants delivered with Brandon Armitage closing out his match 2&1 vs Knowles. George Tunbridge playing some great golf found himself 2 up, keeping all in attendance on the edge of their seats slotted away the tough 4-footer on 17 to win the match for St Enodoc.  


Louis Archer beat Connor Wilson 4&3 

Steve Chapman beat Sandy Kirton 3&2 

Lewis Bradley beat Tom Benney 4&3  

Mike Masters lost to James Ruddick – 6&5  

Joe Combellack lost to George Law – 1 down  

Ian Jolliff lost to Dean Tulley 5&4  

Brandon Armitage beat Simon Knowles 2&1 

George Tunbridge beat Marc Wilson  2&1 

We would like to thank all the caddies and spectators who came out to support the team and look forward to the next match on the 19th of November vs Newquay Golf Club.