- Sant takes the JoM Championship
Saturday 16th October 2004 – West Midlands Golf Club - Jack Sant (Ladbrook Park) took the season end of Warwickshire Union Stroke-play events when he captured the Junior Order of Merit Championship, with a 68 gross for 42 points. He beat Dale Middleton on count-back after the Coventry Junior had posted the first 40+ points score from the elite field.
- The 2004 Jom Championship DRAW
On Saturday 16th October, at the West Midlands Golf Club, the following 24 players will compete for the 2004 JoM Championship and their final placings in the 2004 Warwickshire Junior Order of Merit. This is the draw for the Qualifiers.
- The Midland League 1st team trophy is back in Warwickshire
On a day when bad weather was expected to disrupt play for the last day of Midland League matches for 2004, for County 1st and 2nd Teams, it was a delighted (eventually) Andy Kearns who saw the fruits of developing Team Warwickshire, together with Gordon Marston whose second team saw his caretaker year as Captain finish in incredible style.
- Walker Cup Squad announced
A preliminary squad of 29 players has been announced for the 2005 Ryder Cup to be played at Chicago Golf Club on 13th and 14th August. It include 5 players who are still under-18 and as yet, there is no place yet for our own Matt Cryer.
- Unbeaten for 2004 – now for Notts
The 2004 Warwickshire Juniors Team, which to Brian Fish, Chairman of Junior Golf are Brian thinks ‘The best squad of Juniors in the Midlands’, continued their unbeaten run of team matches that stretches back into 2002, when the likes of Chris Evans was playing, with a, 8.5-5.5 win over Derbyshire at Burton-on Trent Golf Club on Sunday 11th September.
- CASC REGISTRATION? CASH REBATES - AT A PRICE
Nick Lewis, a partner at law firm Kippax Beaumont Lewis, asks why less than 2% of the clubs representing Britain’s main sports have taken advantage of a Government initiative intended to plough tens of millions of pounds into the engine room of amateur sport – and provides some informed answers.
- One more win to go.
Nuneaton GC – Sunday 5th September – Match 4 in the Midland League for our 1sts Team against Derbyshire. It’s 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.