Please could we politely remind all Members who bring their four legged friends for some exercise on the Golf Courses to keep them on leads whilst on the Golf Courses.
Recently their have been a couple of near miss incidents involving dogs off the lead which could have resulted in injury to either party.
Please apply between the 8th and 18th April ONLY*
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Please contact the Club Office directly to obtain an application form (details below) :
- A numbered application form (with guidance notes) will be sent to applicants who have applied between the above dates.
- Following the closing date the Club will contact you to acknowledge receipt of your application.
- All applicants will be notified of the outcome at the end of the selection process.
- The Closing Date* to return your completed application form is 17:00 Monday 29th April 2019.
To apply - please:
Write in Person to:
St Enodoc Golf Club
* Please note - Any applications that are incomplete or received outside the above dates will not be taken into consideration.
Seniors versus Launceston
Monday 18th March
This was the third match in the current season. The weather was not encouraging with a persistent mist swirling about the course. Stepper Point appeared and then disappeared through an opalescent light. However, there was evidence of the fairways recovering from the difficulties of the past year. The greens were in good condition and received favourable comments from the visitors.
There was a strange mood amongst the team as it assembled in the clubhouse. It was probably owing to the rugby results over the weekend. The Welsh contingent were remarkably restrained and resisted any hint of triumphalism, just exchanging the occasional smile as they prepared for the match. There was one element who explained the result by blaming the Australian referee, who should be immediately sacked from the RFU.
The Launceston Captain explained that he had not played St Enodoc before and described it like anticipating playing at Augusta. It was good to see recent recruits included in the team: David Mitchell, Geoff Jones, Nigel Ashcroft, John Arnold, and John Robinson. The match concluded with a win for St Enodoc 6 to 2. Nearest the pin on the 11th hole was Richard Palmer.
Geoff Mathews and David Mitchell won 2 and 1
Keith Willmott and Mike Lovett won 2 and 1
Geoff Jones and Colin Earle won 4 and 2
Nigel Ashcroft and John Arnold lost 4 and 3
Kevin Birkett and John Robinson won 1 up
Paul Godfrey and Kevin Burton won 7 and 6
Richard Palmer and David Ramsbottom lost 4 and 3
Phil Higgs and Nigel Thomas won 3 and 2