Introducing you to the Committee of March Golf Club, please take the time to get to know them. These people all give up their valuable time as volunteers to ensure the “Gem in the Fen” runs smoothly. If however, you do feel the need to raise a concern with one of the Management Team please be courteous and use the proper channels of communication … so they can enjoy their leisure time too!
Joint Head of Greens
A happily married, father of two boys and avid golfer, with over 25 years of Sales, Marketing and Event Management experience. As Chairman, I am looking to continue the excellent work of my predecessor. Encouraging everyone to work as a a cohesive unit supporting one another to ensure the future of our lovely club.
MENS CAPTAIN 2019
Head of Promotions
Since retiring in 2015 I have continued to work as a Senior Examiner since 1983 and have been a local magistrate since 1990. As your Captain for 2019, I shall endeavour to serve in the best interests of March Golf Club. I have been happily married to my wife, Ann, since 1981 and we are the proud parents of a daughter, Megan, and grand-daughter, Emily.
LADY CAPTAIN 2019
Joined March Golf Club in 2016 after not playing for 3 years or more. Previously a member at both Longstanton Golf Club Lady Captain 2002 (which is now a new town – Northstowe) and Cambridgeshire Golf Club at Bar Hill for 11 years where I was Lady Captain there in 2007.
Joint Head of Greens
As well as being an experienced golfer and a longstanding golf club member, Lydia has a good head for finances and marketing. She likes to focus on the top line and believes that we need to recruit and retain members at March, keep our members happy and try to provide what they want as well as what the club needs to survive
SENIORS CAPTAIN 2019
Now retired from a career in medical sales working for Ansell, Gary has been playing golf for over 37 years. Married to Alison, with two children and four grandchildren. Playing off a handicap of 14 and recently wining the nett prize at our Club Championship. Gary joins the committee as Seniors Captain 2019 and a member of our Greens sub committee.
LADY VICE CAPTAIN 2019
Head of HR
Fanatical golfer, regular tennis player and Nan to 4 Grandchildren. I have spent the last 20 years working as a transport logistical coordinator for a multinational firm in Ely. I am looking forward to helping our club grow and building on our thriving Ladies section both as Vice Captain to Sandra and during my own captaincy
MENS VICE CAPTAIN 2019
Born in Coventry in 1961, I moved to Cambridgeshire in 1984 to begin work at Schmidt in Sutton, settling in March in 1987, then a keen squash player. Now as well as golf, I compete in .22 target rifle shooting, as Captain of March Rifle Club and for Cambridgeshire County 1st team. It is apparent to me that we have a strong and enthusiastic committee dedicated to improving the club, and am looking forward to being a part of the team.
Head of House & Bar
A long standing member of March Golf Club and Captain of 3 consecutive years I have lived in March for 25 years and own Clovelly House a residential home for the elderly in our home town, prior to that I have managed a pub in London and had a career in sales.
Club Competition Secretary
Retired in 2002 after over forty years as a Quantity Surveyor/Estimator in the Construction industry, most of it spent working for one national contractor. Married with two grown up daughters. Seniors Captain at March Golf Club in 2017.
I married my husband John in 1988 and shortly after that we moved from Scotland to March. We have two wonderful daughters, Rebecca, and Emily. When I’m not with my family, you’ll probably find me on the golf course!
Machine operator at locally based Smurfit Kappa for 15 years. Father of one son, Gary started playing golf 27 years ago at the age of eight. Along with Lewis provide the committee with a “more than competent” golfer’s outlook of our club.
A carpenter by trade and an avid golfer and member of March since the age of 7, with only a small break due to the birth of my daughter. My goal is to ensure our course is in its best condition 12 months of the year.