|SUE PRIOR CUP|
|LADIES MATCHPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP 2021|
|1st ROUND||SEMI FINAL||FINAL||WINNER|
|By End of May||By End of July||By End of September|
A list of up and coming weekends comps to help you plan ahead … Names will need to be added to the board for entry
Sun 4th April – Monthly Medal – Stroke Play
Sun 11th April – Bickley Cup – Winter League Players
Sun 18th April – Bablake Wines – Stroke Play
Sun 25th April – Open Date
Sat 1st + Sun 2nd May – Monthly Medal
Sun 9th May The following 3 comps to be played
Entry conditions as above – All are Stroke play
Hitachi Facit – Comp for handicap 28 and above – Stroke play
Neil Jenksinson – Lowest Net score – Stroke play – 0-27 handicap
B Hughes – Lowest Gross score – Stroke play – 0-27 handicap
Sun 16th May – Memorial Trophy
Sun 23rd May – Open Date
Sun 30th May– Apex Windows
Sun 6th June. – Monthly Medal
Sun 13 June – Battle of Briatins (Mixed better ball)
Sun 20 June – Millennium Pairs + Ladies Fourball Betterball
Sun 27 June – Juniors Comp
Sat – Sun July 3rd + 4TH – Monthly Medal
Sun July 12th – Ladies 4 Ball Better-Ball, Millennium Pairs
Sun July 17th Mick Bull Trophy
Sat/Sun 25/26 July – 36 Hole Club Championship
Running Comps – Copywright Cup , Kays Quaiche , John Gilks Seniors
Sun 1st August – August Medal
Sun 8th Aug – Ian Campbell /Donna’s Decanter – Bogey comp against the Course par
Sun 15th August – Open Date
Sun 22nd August – Dave Smith Bowl – Ladies foursomes
The club has offered the current Captains and Vice Captains the option of continuing in the role for the forth coming Golfing Season in 2021. and they are happy to continue in their roles.
Bill Bones will remain as Club Captain until November 2021 allowing him to manage a team in Dawns Trophy and as Captain hold the annual Presentation Night, plus undertake all of the duties a Club Captain in the coming months.
The Club Vice Captain Dave Cook will continue to support Bill and take over the Captaincy in November 2021.
Sylvia Fallows will continue as Lady Captain for a further twelve months and the position of Lady Vice Captain is yet to be advised.
Colin Clarke has now made a full recovery from his recent eye operation and can now see where he is going when driving and will continue as Seniors Captain. He is looking forward to playing golf and undertaking his duties in the coming year.
We wish all captains good luck for the forthcoming Golf season
You wait an age for an hole in one then Bramcote golf club delivers 2 inside a week
A big well done to Nik Gilks who got his hole in one in a pro-am event in Turkey and then our captain fantastic Adam Wison who also got one at Bramcote
A big well done to both of you from us all at Bramcote golf club
Pictures and links below
Bramcote Golf Course hosted the PGA Charity day event in October and our very own Pro & PGA Midlands captain Nic Gilks has given the Association’s Benevolent Fund a £1,000-plus boost by the donating the proceeds from the successful golf day
Nic chose the charity that helps PGA pros who have fallen on hard times to be the beneficiary of the annual event staged by the regional captain.
“The PGA Benevolent Fund does a great job for pros and I was more than happy to support it by holding a fundraising pro-am at Bramcote,” explained Gilks.
Fifteen teams, each comprising a PGA Professional and three amateurs, took part in the day which raised £1,435 for the fund.
“The cash came from entry fees and an auction which included fourballs donated from a number of clubs in the area,” added Gilks.
“I’m delighted with the way the day went and can’t thank the 60 players who took part in the day and the clubs that donated auction items enough.”
The pro-am was won by Ben Jones and his trio of amateurs – Suresh, Ram and Jayesh Patel who are all members of Bramcote Waters.
In addition to the golf, a novelty competition was staged on each of the club’s nine holes. These included bowls, rugby, football, javelin throwing, putting the shot and frisbee golf.
A number of Bramcote members took part in the fund raising day and with the success of this event , hopefully it wont be to long before the club host another.
LADIES SECTION AT BRAMCOTE
The Ladies Section at Bramcote meets every Wednesday morning and typically plays 9 holes of golf. It may be a Stableford competition or sometimes we “Waltz”, “Double our Luck” or “Texas Scramble”. After which we meet in the club house for lunch and a chat. There are also 9 hole and 18 hole club competitions to enter on other days of the week and at weekends.
If you are looking for somewhere to play golf in a relaxed atmosphere or are a complete beginner, Bramcote Waters is the ideal club for you.