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The course is open and the summer course is in play.

There are currently no restrictions on Buggies & ROV's. 

 

 

The Golf Club

2 C Club Winners

By Admin

On 22nd Feb 2017

Winners October, November & December


October
£100 No 100 Pete Williams
£50 No 139 Joan Friswell

£50 No 115 Derek Worrall
£50 No 182 Dave Roberts

November
£100 No 230 L Watkins (Tony Ushers daughter)
£50 No 213 Helen Spooned
£50 No 25 Vanda Vernon
£50 No 129 Barry Burston

December
£100 No 191 Heather Stenner
£50 No 58 John Vernon
£50 No 142 Pete Farrell
£50 no 8 Roger Webb

Do you know a lady who would like to learn to play golf?

By Admin

On 22nd Feb 2017

Do you know a lady who would like to learn to play golf?

We've got some beginners' group lessons just for ladies starting in March and we'd love to see some ladies new to golf trying it out. If you enjoy being out and about,  then golf could be the new past time for you.


The dates are:

Wednesday 22nd March 1.30-2.30
Wednesday 29th March 1.30-2.30
Wednesday 5th April 1.30-2.30

Wednesday 22nd March 6.00-7.00pm
Wednesday 29th March 6.00-7.00pm
Wednesday 5th April 6.00-7.00pm

At the Driving Range, Saltford Golf Club. There will be other dates, so watch this space. Please let Rosie Thompson know if you'd like to join us at
rosiethompson@live.co.uk or ring on 07894426244.

Handicaps! The onus is on the member

By Admin

On 26th Jan 2017

Captains Cheltenham Gold Cup 17 March 2017

By Admin

On 26th Jan 2017

 

SALTFORD GOLF CLUB RAISES £4000 FOR CHILDREN'S RESEARCH CHARITY

By Admin

On 19th Oct 2016

SALTFORD GOLF CLUB RAISES £4000 FOR CHILDREN'S RESEARCH CHARITY

Rosie Thompson is the 2016 Ladies Captain at Saltford Golf Club and this year chose to support Sparks, a charity specialising in funding pioneering children's medical research. Through various fundraising events during the year, Rosie and her team amassed an amazing £3908.06, a fantastic amount that could help fund a specialist researcher working on a pioneering project to prevent brain damage in babies deprived of oxygen at birth.

Final amount of £3908.06 raised for Sparks Charity

Rosie chose Sparks because before retiring she had worked at Bristol University for over 20 years researching and auditing the hospital and community care given during a pregnancy that had resulted in a premature birth in the South West region and said this about her achievement: I’m so pleased with how much we, the ladies, at Saltford have raised. I’ve been working with hospital doctors and nurses for many years and realised how important it is to have money available to aid research to improve the outcome of these little babies.