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Ladies Golf Academy this Sunday – free session for all newcomers!!

Calling all women, existing, new, intrepid and enthusiastic! This coming Sunday 17th November, midday at March Golf Club, our club Pro Alex is holding a free of charge coaching session specifically for ladies. If you`ve never played before, or do want to rekindle that old golfing bug come along and spend some time with other like minded ladies and receive some professional guidance at the same time. Make new friends, enjoy a fresh social circle and play a great game for the rest of your life. We have no age limit, welcome all abilities and can provide all equipment. All we need is you and a positive attitude.

One of our ladies, Gail, has progressed from absolute beginner to a confident, competent golfer in a very short period of time. She says…

“My husband wanted me to learn golf so we could play together. Just to shut him up I booked some 1:1 lessons with Alex, March Golf Pro, then joined in with the Ladies Academy. In just a short time I`ve won some competitions and got a hole in one!! Made lots of new friends and am completely hooked on golf!”

So we look forward to seeing some new faces just before midday. If you have any questions, queries, require directions or need a welcoming voice please call Alex on 01354 657255 or email

Goodbye August 2019

Seniors Open 2019

The seniors played their Open Pairs on Friday 23rd August. A great day was had by all, the weather, the food, the course was all set for a great  seniors fourball better ball competition at March Golf club. Nearest the pin on 6th was won Brian Marriott (Boston), nearest the pin on the 9th was won by Garry Brinn. 4th place overall on count back was Vic Holman & Ian Owen (Dereham) 42 points, 3rd place on countback was David Tasker & Chris Brooks (Spalding) 43 points, 2nd place went tho local pair Darrell Ladds & John King on countback with 43 points and the winners with 44 points were Vice Captain Roger Watts & Captain Garry Brinn March Golf Club.  Thanks went to our Professional Alex Oldham for organising the day and prizes.

Bank Holiday Scramble

A Bank holiday Texas Scramble took place on Monday 26th August.  The winners were Lewis Hearn, Paul Turner, Nick Carter & James Campbell with 56.30, in second place was G Twist, C Findlay, A Moody & G Tinnian with 56.70 and in third place was J Kerrigan, D Bromley, Jon King and N Traylen with 57.40.

Clapham Cup

The Mixed Clapham Cup was won by Baz & Emma Smith with 30 points beating Paddy O’Connor and Gail Johnson in second place with 27 points.

Mickey Dutton Wells Trophy

The Mickey Dutton Wells Trophy was played on Wednesday 28th August. This format was stapleford and we had a full complement of players.The nearest the pin on the 2nd was won by Peter Coventry who also took 3rd place on countback with 36 points, 2nd place on countback went to Peter Flint with 38 points and 1st place capping of a very good week after winning the seniors open pairs last week Garry Brinn won with 38 points on countback.

Summer is in Full Swing

Clarks Trophy and New Lady Member

The Ladies played the re-scheduled Clarks trophy on Thursday 15th August. The winner with 31 points was Brenda Softley, in 2nd place Emma Smith with 29 points who is one of our newest members who has come through the ranks of the Ladies Academy and 3rd with 24 points Carole Wood.

Selby Taylor

The Annual Selby Taylor sponsored competition took place on Saturday 17th August.  The winner for the ladies was Emma Norman with 31 points, in 2nd place Jo Rowlett with 28 points and 3rd place Gail Johnson with 26 points.  Ten ladies took part.  The mens competition was won by Nick Carter with a great 45 points, followed in 2nd place Gary Holmes with 38 points and 3rd place was Roger Watts with 37 points.  Sixty one men took part in the competition.  A presentation was held in the clubhouse early evening.

Club Championship Climax

The 2nd leg of the Mens Championships took place on Sunday 18th August.  The Winner for the nett score was Lewis Hearn and the winner of the gross score was Gary Neugebauer.
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