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2017 is here!

I hope you all had a great Christmas and would like to wish you all a very happy and prosperous New year.

Now that 2017 as arrived can I wish you all a great golfing year and hope to see and play golf with as many of you as possible. Starting with the traditional Celts V Sassenach Match on Saturday 28th January followed by the Burns Night Celebration.


Captain’s Summer Golf News Report 2016

Dear Members, 

Hope that you all enjoyed your summer golfing activities.

There has been a lot of golf played since my last update back in May, so here is a summary of some golfing events throughout the Summer at Newark Golf Club:

Congratulations to all our Champions.

Starting with the Dawn Patrol champions:

Paul Dixon, Connor Dixon, Paul Froggatt and Lewis Green.

Centenary Trophy: Graham Macdonald.

Captains Day Champion and winner of the Captains Prize: M1 Driver:  Stephen Newton.

Old Boys Bowl: Ronald Dawson.

Scratch Cup - Club Champion:  Steve Brotherhood

Rayner Trophy:  Past Captain Maurice Mayfield.

The Averham Trophy: Andrew Chamberlain.

Macrae Trophy:  Denis Rawle


The Second Oldest trophy the Howitt Cup,

 Knockout match play champion: Mr John Hunt


Jubilee Cups: Mark Washington and Simon Cartwright.

Premier Cup: Trevor Eason

Ted Hastell Trophy: Jarod Weaver

HD Mumby Cup: Frank Duffy

The Charnwood Trophy mixed foursomes knockout final was Between Malcolm and Brenda Wood, and Kevin and Tracy Ferguson,

This was played in the afternoon of the 29th of July in excellent conditions, the Fergusons went ahead on the first with a net four, the Woods won the next two but then malcolm’s putter went cold on him, allowing the fergusons to win 4,6,7, with bogies, the excitement came on the 10th when Malcom drove into the pond and the fergusons won the hole with the first par of the round between the pairs,  TeamFergusons won 2&1 excellent match  Congratulations team Ferguson.

The Barnby Plate Was between Mr Andrew Chamberlain the winner of the Averham trophy and Mr Phil Warriner.

It all started with both players driving into the woods and Phil conceding the first to Andrew, the next two where halved, Andrew won the fourth with a par, 3 more half’s followed, Phil having 3 puts from 15 feet on the 7th  inspired Andrew to birdie the 8th although Phil put up a great fight Andrew on form was always comfortable and went on to win 3&2.   Congratulations to the champion Andrew Chamberlain well played.

Newark Open

 was well supported and we received excellent comments from our visitors for the super quality of the course and the hospitality of a Newark Golf Club, the champions of the open and the Kelwick Bowl Were:

 Glyn Martin and Lee Denman from Yorkshire.

Nott’s Boys Match play Knockout championship.

Was played on the 15th and 17th of Aug. at Newark Golf Club with the best of Nottinghamshire young golfing talent on show. Although it had to be played after the greens maintenance there was still good comments about the condition of the course and thanks for the hospitality of Newark Golf Club  from the players but also from the President Mr Roger Poole,

I presented the trophy to the Champion Mr Charlie Dryden from Ruddington Grange Golf Club after initially being a reserve.

Second was Oliver Handley from Notts Golf Club.

Victory Cup

The  final was between Mr Shaun Sutton and the Captain. J. Andrade.

After having to abandon the match with Shaun one up after 7 holes due to heavy rain and waterlogged greens we decided to start afresh a few days later, Shaun continue to dominate and was still one up after 7 and going two up after 9 we continue the back with the captain always trailing behind until Shaun`s lost ball on the sixteen allowed the captain to draw level with the captain a few feet from the hole on the 17th an excellent chip over the left bunker Shaun holed in for a half ,3 more half’s followed, the Captain holing the last put on the 3rd extra hole for victory, thanks Shaun for a great match and the £100 donation after the match for the captains charity in aid of Beaumond House.

 KELWICK CUPS final was played on the 1st of October. Between Andrew Sedgewick and Steve Brotherhood, James Todd and Steve Patterson.

 with perfect conditions and a fresh sunny morning both teams were ready for battle at 09.00.

 Patterson and Todd went one up with a net 3 on the first but Sedgwick with a plan to leave his driver in the bag to play down the middle was a good move to take his team ahead and by half way with the team Patterson and Todd not gelling too well victory looked beyond their reach then Brotherhood took over with a bunch of birdies and an eagle on the back 9 there was no answer from team Paterson and Todd.

A comfortable victory in the end for team Sedgwick. Congratulations to the champions Andrew Sedgwick and Steve Brotherhood.

The Captain`s Charity day on the 9th of October was well supported.

I decided that this Year`s Captain`s Charity day in aid of Beaumond house was to be an open day with a view to maximise revenue for the charity, that proved to be a good decision we had 128 players taking part 43 were visitors netting around an extra £1000 to the total raised many thanks to all the sponsors and players for their generosity and I will announce the total amount raised later.

The winners of the first prize £200 with 45 points were Mr Darren Kirton from College Pines Golf Club and Mr Lee Hessey from Retford Golf Club.


The Hallam Cup

The final match could not take place due to Simon Collingwood injury to his ankle so the match was conceded.

Congratulations to a Worthy Champion, Tom Bean.


 A team    V    B team

The end of season match was played on the 22nd of October this year the match was played between low handicap against high handicap,

the match was played in good spirits followed by a warming plate of chilli rice and chips courtesy of the Captain and Vice Captain.

The match finished with victory for the captains A team:

5 ½ 3 1/2

The wooden spoon trophy was presented to the Vice Captain by the Captain.

Many thanks everybody.

Captain's Charity Day

Dear Members, the Captain's Charity Competition on the 9th of October is now open for booking in aid of Beaumond House.

The Competition is open to all, four ball pairs betterball stableford, 90% of handicap. max 28 for Men and 36 for ladies with prizes galore!

Entry is £20.00 for Members and £30.00 for Non-members including a TWO COURSE MEAL of Chicken & Ham Pie followed by Cheese Cake.

Prizes 1st to 5th are Vouchers for the Golf Shop of £200, £150, £100, £60 and £40

Nearest the Pin on the 2nd, 5th, 15th and 17th Holes with the Longest Drive on the 11th Hole.

Nearest the Pin in Two on the 10th Hole £50 voucher Sponsored by ALEXPORT PROPERTIES

Longest Drive on the 1st Hole £50 Voucher sponsored by GRADE A ELECTRICALS

Longest Drive on the 11th Hole Gents & Ladies

Any donations are gratefully received too!

RAFFLE PRIZES - Mercedes Hamper worth £120, Waitrose Vouchers, Newark Beauty Rooms Massage Voucher and many other prizes.

Refreshments on the way round in the Halfway House.

They are always there for us and our families, please help, thank you!

J. Andrade

N.G.C Captain 2016 

Captains Day 26th June 2016

Dear Members,

I am honoured and proud to be the captain of Newark Golf club for 2016. It was a pleasure to host this year’s Captain's Day competition with all male members of the club invited to take part. The weather was kind and helped to make it a great day for all, we had only a bit of light rain in the evening which did not affect the scoring.

With 151 players in the field, the first tee was at 07.00 and the last tee time at 16.40, they competed not only for this year`s valuable Captain`s prize, the Taylormade M1 Driver but other excellent prizes too.

I would like to thank the sponsors of the Captains Day prizes; Listers Mercedes and Secure Valeting and the sponsor of the Captains ale Everards Brewery. Also many thanks to all the players for their support of the Captain's charity Beaumond House local hospice, on the day their generosity in buying raffle tickets and donations in the halfway house and the help of the sponsors we managed to raise £1,199.22

To all the helpers; the starters, halfway house ladies, Chris Keightley and his staff  for their hard work making sure the day went smoothly, thank you all for your help, it was much appreciated.

Many thanks to our Green staff for the excellent condition they presented the course especially after the amount of rain we had in the previous 12 hours.

Captain's Day is the highlight of the Captain's Year and it felt complete when the sun came out for the guest’s group photo in the patio before lunch.

The traditional Captain`s lunch was attended by 68 guests and I was honoured to be in the company of such  wonderful friends, the food was first class, complements to our chefs and all the catering staff for the excellent service.

Thank you very much to all the guests for their support, best wishes and unexpected but very welcome presents.

I would like to congratulate the Captain's Day champion with 41 points: Mr Stephen Newton, congratulations also to all other winners for their impressive performances;

2nd with 40 points Mr Jack Forman

3rd with 39 points Mr Ricky Todd c/b

4th  with 39 points Mr John Cook Sr c/b

Prizes were also presented for nearest the pins on all par 3’s, longest drive and for the putting competition.

There was also a Ladies guest 9 hole competition, congratulations to the winner Laura Anderson 15 points and Mrs Shelly Prichard. n/pin on the 5th.

Best wishes,

J. Andrade Captain 2016.

News Item

Captain’s News May 2016

Dear Members,

As we are half way through my Captains Year it’s time for an update about some of the spring season golfing activities at Newark golf club.

Congratulations to all our 2016 champions;

Wilkinson cups - Mr Phil Nolan and Stuart Hutchinson

Bentley Trophy - Mr David Antcliff

 H.W. Strange - Mr Walter Hughes

The Hambling Trophy & EGU medal - Mr Samuel Biggs

Ted Hastell Trophy - Mr Jarod Weaver

Sean O`Grady & Howitt Cup - Mr Alex Liggett

Premier Cup - Mr Trevor Eason

Coronation Cup - Mr Tom Willis

We are doing very well in the inter club men team friendly matches, so far we have played 9, lost one, won 5, draw 3 and retained the Newark Ramsey cup well done everybody.

The Scratch team started well as usual, played 3, won two, draw one which was away at Sherwood, well done to the team and the two scratch team captains Steve Brotherhood and Mr Malcolm Gresswell.

The charity am am was well supported on the 20th of May this year’s proceeds was shared between the 4 chosen charities Captain - Beaumond House, Seniors - Beaumond house, Ladies Captain - Head Smart and Mr Noel Maguire - Mencap, on behalf of all the charities  many thanks to all supporters, sponsors and  the helpers on the day.

The amount raised in total: £3476.04


Captain’s away day was on the 27th of May, this year was an exchange between Newark golf club and Kings Lynn golf club in west Norfolk.

The coach departed at 8.30am from Newark golf club, arriving at Kings Lynn at about 10am bacon roll and coffee and a friendly welcome from the club catering manager Carl, was just what we needed after the coach journey.

The competition was a singles stableford.

The sun was shining and everyone was looking forward to discover what was hidden in the woodland beyond the clubhouse in this top 100 course in the country.

Well, this magnificent setting soon showed what it had to offer, a very challenging course with elevated undulating greens and narrow tree-lined fairways that only straight shots was the order of the day and no partner to rely on, it was just a personal battle.

But it was all smiles analysing the round afterwards with a pint on the patio overlooking the 18th green.

An excellent 3 course Dinner and coffee was enjoyed by everyone.

Followed by the captain’s speech and prize presentation.

Many thanks to everybody that took part on this special day, thank you  to Mr Charlie Lager for his efforts in handing out the fines, all with laughs in aid of the captains charity, collected in fines was £185.51 with other donations of £65 making a total of £250.51 raised on the day.

Results for the day were:

 First prize and the Reg Dove Trophy: Mr Charlie Lager 34 points

2nd Mr J. Andrade 31 points

3rd Mr James Andrade 30 points C/B

4th Mr Lewis White 30 points C/B

5th Mr Maurice Mayfield 30 points C/B

Longest Drive-  Mr Big Tony Shepherd.


N/Pins: Mr Charlie Lager, Mr Maurice Mayfield, and Mr Frazer Macintyre.

Players views:  loved the golf course, excellent food and company.

Newark golf course is looking good and the greens are amazing I would like to thank the green staff G. Mac and his team for their hard work well done the green team.

Best wishes everyone.

J. Andrade Captain 2016.

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