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Centenary medal 2018

126 players took part in the Centenary medal (the 3rd of six Wallwork qualifiers) in tough, blustery conditions. 

The winner, with an excellent net score of 69 (74-5) was Sean Mcauley, on countback from Harry Glenn.

In 3rd place with net 70 was Derek Bashford, on countback from Peter Thacker, Tony Gleave, Dave Woodhams & Craig Ramsay.

Best gross went to Jack Diment with an excellent 70.

The following players had two’s:

Richard Summerfield, Thomas Cooper, James Davie, Brett White, Adrian Dobney, Ged O’Reilly, Dave Woodhams, Steve Mitchell, Jake Craddock, Sean Mcauley, Graham Feasby, Peter Thacker x 2, Harry Glenn, Michael Green, Bob Chapple, Richard Claxton x 2, Jack Diment

Seniors match - Rutland Water away, June 18th

The seniors visited Rutland Water Golf Club for the inaugural Seniors fixture between the two clubs. The conditions were warm and windy and the course was very firm and very fast, similar to day 3 of the US open! 

Alfie Kent and Alan Farmer played in their first match of the season and Gary Hill won a bottle of wine for nearest the pin on the 12th hole.

The final result was a whitewash, Rutland Water winning 8-0! the Seniors biggest defeat of the season! The silver lining was that the Senior Captain's charity benefitted as a result of each pair losing! 

1    Howard Lockwood & Nigel Beaumont   Lost 5&3 
2 Mike Collins & Derek Little Lost 1 down
3 Graham Secker & John McNally  Lost 6&5
4 Bill Brogan & Gary Hill Lost 5&4
5 Alan Addis & Trevor Collis Lost 7&6
6 Manny Barker & Pete Long Lost 5&4
7 Alfie Kent & Alan Farmer Lost 2&1
8 Dave Langley & Pete Hawkins Lost 2&1


The return match at Belton Park is on July 3rd.




Victory Cup - Mixed Stableford competition

The Victory Cup was played on Sunday, June 17th in windy conditions. The competition is a mixed Stableford format.

1st    Annette Fordham / Nigel Evans   42 points 
2nd Grace Hale / Sean Hale 41 points
3rd Derek Chambers / Anna Clark 40 points
4th Mick Green / Jo Pearson

38 points


Ladies Handicap League match vs Belton Woods

On a warm and sunny day, Belton Park Ladies welcomed the Ladies from Belton Woods for a handicap league match. The match was a hard-fought battle in tough conditions and Belton Woods came out the eventual winners 3 – 1.


Anna Clark & Jo Pearson

Lost 4&2


Joy Stepney & Annette Fordham 

Lost 2&1


Pam Mackey & Vicky Grindal

Lost 3&2


Sheila Mason & Helen Long

Won 5&3

Belton Park C Team vs Belton Woods, June 14th

Belton Park C Team played in a very competitive match at Belton Woods, a very keenly contested fixture! Belton Woods C Team were keen to get a good result after the draw at BPGC earlier in the year. 

This year was the first time for many years that matches were played both home and away. The match was split over the two courses at Belton Woods with 3 pairs playing on each of the Lakes and the Woodside courses. Belton Park C team Captain Ian Carroll was partnered by the club Captain Colin Mason and the pair claimed a half.

The final result was a win for Belton Woods 3½ - 2½, individual match results were as follows;



Ian Carroll and Colin Mason



Andy Trotter and Ben Bayliss

Won 3 & 2


Nigel Rodway and John Cooke

Lost 2 & 1


Simon Denton and Gary Clarke

Lost 2 & 1


Andy Beanland and Dave Chambers 

Lost 2 & 1  


Stewart Boylan and Keith Smith

Won 1 up  


The match was followed by an excellent carvery.

Jackie targets a senior hat trick

International Jackie Foster will target a hat trick of titles when the English senior women’s open stroke play championship starts next week at Belton Park Golf Club, Lincolnshire. 

Foster, from Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, has already pulled off back-to-back wins in this event, winning by four shots last year. If she makes it three-in-a-row she'll be the first player to achieve the feat.
But she faces a tough challenge from a field packed with leading seniors and fellow internationals. For at stake is not just the title, but precious order of merit points which could lead to a place in an England senior team. 
Other title contenders include Aileen Greenfield (Pyecombe), who has just won the English senior women’s amateur and will be eyeing an attractive double. Three other past champions are also among the competitors, Cath Rawthore (Sale), Sue Dye (Delamere Forest) and Janet Melville (Royal Birkdale). 
Local interest will focus on Anna Clark, a member of Belton Park, and Lynn Exley from Gedney Hill, another Lincolnshire club. 
The 54-hole championship starts on Tuesday, 19 June, and continues until Thursday, 21 June. The full field will play 18 holes on each of the first two days.  Then the leading 45 competitors and ties will play the final 18 holes on the third day. 
Anyone wishing to come along and watch some excellent golf is very welcome, and admission is FREE!!
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