Mens Captain 2019

Welcome to all from March Golf Club. I have been asked to undertake the responsibility of Club Captain for 2019. I would like to thank our previous captain, Mick Russell, for all his efforts during 2018 and for giving me the opportunity to continue the progress our club has made during his tenure. I know both he and I would like to thank the current members for their support for Club matches and competitions during 2018.

Our course is now well established in an attractive treelined parkland setting in the heart of the Fens and offers a challenge to all types of golfers with both ponds and bunkers to catch the unwary! Our visitors tell us that the course proves more difficult than they would have imagined, but all also tell us that the course is well presented and maintained and that our greens are produced to an excellent standard. Why don’t you come and find out for yourself – you are sure to receive a warm welcome.

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All you never needed to know and couldn’t be bothered to ask!

Alan Jones Mens Captain 2019 I was born in Birmingham in 1955. My early golfing hero was Tony Jacklin and it was watching him on television which persuaded me to start playing golf (on a local pitch and putt) at the age of 12. My first round of proper golf was on Boxing Day 1968 (guess what […]

Changing the Mens Captain

It has been quite a year for March Golf Club. We have seen the implementation of a new fee structure which offers more affordable golf to younger members and I am pleased to report that we have experienced a significant growth in the number of members. We have also seen the creation of both a […]

Captains Results 2018 Michael Russell

Captain’s Day Captains Day on 22nd September was very well supported with Men and ladies taking part in an individual stableford competition. There were burgers and hot dogs cooked for the players at halfway house along with drinks to keep them going. The weather stayed dry until early afternoon when a few spots of rain […]

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