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Ladies’ June Open 2024

Congratulations to everyone who took part in this year’s Ladies’ June open here at St Enodoc.

A fantastic day was had by all and we would like to thank all of the players as well as the organisers, volunteers and bakers who made the day such a success.

For all results, please follow the link below

St Enodoc Golf Club Ladies’ June Open 2024

Kernow Cup Team Win May ’24

Kernow Cup Team win 4-1 at Home.

Thursday 30th May on the Holywell Course

Congratulations to this fabulous Young Team, who are very new to competitive golf, let alone Matchplay, 3-4 club freezing cold wind and the rough!

All played in great spirits and all enjoying a sit down meal and chatting about their afternoon and how one player, Leo Facey (St Austell) drove the 17th green!

Well done Everyone.

Sam Hinsley, Alfie Brown, Archie Ball, Eva Newman and Jacob Stone.

The St Austell Team.

Dymond Cup – May ’24

Thank you to all those Ladies of St Enodoc, who gave up their time to partner the Juniors in this very popular competition and as I’d expect, the camaraderie and competitiveness was in full swing. Mars bars for nearest the pin were being played for on the par 3’s by two of our Juniors, Tom and Oban!

Out first, were the two  Captains, Junior Captain Jack Jolliff with  Lady Captain Trudy Tremain playing against Junior Vice Captain Daisy Lane and  Past Captain Kath Biddle. Followed by 4 more groups of 4 all playing foursomes Stableford.

Chris Dymond presented the Cup and prizes to Daisy and Kath who won with 37pts and Jack and Trudy 2nd with 36pts and  Tom Richards and Suzie Willmott were 3rd with 34pts.

Well done to everyone that took part.

Full results can be found by clicking here

Junior Captain Jack Jolliff, Lady Captain Trudy Tremain, Past Captain Kath Biddle, Chris Dymond, Junior Vice Captain Daisy Lane, Tom Richards and Suzie Willmott.

Bray Bowl 2024

12 couples took part in the Bray Bowl, 18 hole mixed foursomes medal, on Sunday 19th May.  The sun shone and for some the golf shone likewise!

Unfortunately due to lack of support there was no competition on the Holywell however, Terry and Cath Buscombe played a friendly match against Lorna and Franks Harper, result all square!!

In third place in the Bray Bowl with a nett 73 were Larry Barnecutt and Norman Evans, in 2nd place on countback were Tuck Claggett and Celia Jarvis and the winners were Meg Godfrey and Jack Jolliff with a super nett 70. Jack gave an excellent acceptance speech and thanked everyone who took part today and all those who helped to make it a success.

St Enodoc Members run the Paris Marathon

Members Kate Gargan and Henry King yesterday were in Paris for the Paris Marathon where they both recorded the excellent times of 4.08:13 hrs for Kate and 3.00:52 hrs for Henry. Congratulations to both of you. Full detail of the event can be found here https://www.schneiderelectricparismarathon.com/en/

This week on the courses.

This week on the courses

This week on the courses

This week on the courses

This week on the courses

New Junior Captain

Jack Jolliff takes over as Junior Captain for 2024 and introduces his Vice-Captain, Daisy Lane at the Juniors Presentation Day.

     

 

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.  

This week on the Courses

This week on the Courses

This week on the Courses

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. 

This Week On The Courses

Please click on this link to view what is happening this week on the courses

This week on the Courses

This week on the Courses

This week on the Courses

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.

This week on the Courses

Holywell Tee Levelling Project

Please click on this link to view the details of the upcoming tee levelling project on the Holywell Course.

Postponement of Contractual Hollow Coring

 

Postponement of Contractual Hollow Coring

 

We regret to inform you that the scheduled contractual hollow
coring operation, initially planned for the 13th November
2023, has been cancelled for the safety/well-being of all
involved and the protection of the golf courses. The decision to
cancel this impending operation was not taken lightly and has
been necessitated by the recent weather complications.
Considering the current and future weather conditions and
their potential impact to the courses, we have decided to
postpone the hollow coring to the 29th January 2024. This
postponement will provide us with the best opportunity to
benefit fully from the contractual assistance while ensuring
best practices for the golf courses. We are hopeful that the
weather will be more favourable during the rescheduled
period, allowing us to proceed with the operation smoothly
and efficiently.

 

Scott Gibson

Course Manager

 

 

Night Golf – Friday 17th November

On the Courses: Monday 6th – Sunday 12th November

Please CLICK ON THIS LINK to view what is happening on the courses for the upcoming week.

Yours sincerely,

Scott Gibson

Course Manager

Fairway Maintenance

Please CLICK ON THIS LINK to view a document outlining the Fairway Maintenance program from Monday 13th November – Friday 17th November.

 

On the courses this week – 30 Oct 2023

The Godfrey Scratch & Nett Competition

Well done to Kai Dingle for winning the Godfrey Scratch Cup (79 gross) and to Tom Richards for winning the Nett Cup (62 nett) for the second year running.

The standard of golf played and the scores that came in were very impressive considering the greens are very trying at the moment!

Three juniors came in with a gross 79! Kai Dingle, Bobby Godfrey & Alfie Chapman.

Pictured are Meg and Keith Godfrey presenting the cups to the winners.

Results can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Maria Buckley

Junior Organiser

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