- One more win to go.
Nuneaton GC Sunday 5th September Match 4 in the Midland League for our 1sts Team against Derbyshire. Its a great time of his life for 1sts Captain Andy Kearns, after the arrival of his first child, Max, a few days after the win away against Notts. With a 9-6 win today against Derbys, His Team can take the Midland League title with a win away against Worcs on the first Sunday of next month, so repeating the triumph of two years ago.
- Phillips denies Cryer the Treble
The Warwickshire Open 2004 Olton GC Wednesday 1st September Olton was playing tough for the 40 competitors for the 2004 Warwickshire Open, despite one of the best days weather for golf this Summer. Our Amateurs found the par of 69 very difficult, through some tough pins and fast greens. The Professionals, who only qualified from their Championship last week, faired a little better and the two first round leaders were Russell Smith (Sutton Coldfield) and Craig Phillips (Nuneaton) on 68 (-1).
- Super Ray takes the U11s
With a storming round of 29 over the Lea Marston Par 3 course, Nathan Ray held off the challenge of three girls to take the Warwickshire Schools U11s by two points using the specially modified stableford system for this competition. It was excellent golf from the inform Maxstoke Junior who shot a 79 nett 65 at the Kenilworth Junior Open just last week.
- Rain and more rain for the Seniors 6s
For the first County6s for Seniors, the heavens opened, lightning was ever present and our Team, lead by Captain John Duncombe, were a very creditable 4th place. The MGU only managed to play this first ever championship between the 10 Midland Counties over 9 holes as it was all that the weather would allow - for John Madden, 18 might have produced a very good score.
- Two in a row for Stafford
Round 1 and Ben Stafford was 1 down with two to play against Adam Gray in a very high quality U21s and Boys Matchplay for 2004 (virtually no-one was missing from the Top 16). The Defending Champion's answer - to birdie the very tough 17th and then hit the sort of approach Harborne member's dream of at their monster par 3 18th, to 4ft. This sort of recovery summed up Ben's two early matches ...
- Tatton REALLY enjoys his Senior Golf.
Warwickshire Seniors 2004 at Nuneaton GC Monday 16th August. For Geoff Tatton, playing for the Warwickshire Seniors Team has made his golf in his 50s. Geoff appreciates the warmth and camaraderie at the matches, a thought which was echoed by John Stubbings, Secretary for the last time at a Seniors Championships, watching the George Stubbings Salver being handed over to the 2004 Champion Tatton, a fellow Moor Hall Member.
- Seniors and Juniors
If you click on 'more' you can find the draw for the Warwickshire Seniors Championship, to be held next Monday 16th at Nuneaton GC. You can also find out about the success of Warwickshire Juniors in Rounds 1 and 2 at the British Boys, being held at Conway GC - and there is news of the Junior Order of Merit.