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Below you will find ALL the rules relating to the Winter League and the information you require.

Good Luck



At the end of a long hard summer competition two winners have finally emerged, in Division 1 Phil Maitland & Division 2 Stuart Molyneux congratulations to both players.
Well done to all those who took part and especially to Brian Freeman for organising the competition.

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Ryder Cuppa 2021

Scroll down all the way down to see the superstars of this years Ryder Cuppa.

Whats more everyone commented on how straight forward & simple the rules and scoring was!

HOLE IN ONE - Mark Lindop

Congratulations to Mark with the golf ball he had a hole in one at the 9th green of Hazel Grove GC on the Seniors' Away Day 2021.
Its a shame he wont be able to play with it again!

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Tom Simpson FINAL Tuesday 19th October 09:04 tee time.

We have finally reached the end of a well supported competionn with all rounds once again having been completed by the due date, so well done to all those who took part.

If anyone can get down to see them off that would be good plus it will make them even more nervous.

Congratulations to David Collins who is the winner of the Eric Mayer Trophy with 40 points and runner up Lee Graham with 39 points


Wakelin Trophy 2021

The full results are below and 3 pictures of the1st, 2nd & 3rd placed teams (please wait for them to scroll though)

Wakelin Trophy Result 14th July 2021

The weather continues to smile on our competitions and today16 teams fought to be the number one pair and lift the Wakelin Trophy. Top of the tree was the pairing of Ken Bentley and Ken Hewitt with 43 points followed closely by runners up, Stuart Belfield and Les Cotton with 42 points. Congratulations to both pairs on their outstanding results. Two other pairings broke the 40-point barrier, being Fred Lewis and Stuart Molyneux with 41 and Terry Cockram and Frank Chapman with 40.
Shot of the day has to have been by John Mills on the second hole. Three off the tee and a second shot that wasn’t the best, described by John as “trying to go for gold”, was just the prelude to holing out from 130 yards.
There was an additional prize for the neatest card. Sadly, Phil Maitland produced the neatest card. Why sadly? Because he made a scoring error and was eliminated from the competition. Topflight competition can be so cruel! Following the removal of Phil, five lesser, but still neat, cards entered a draw. Seniors’ Captain, Bill Myatt, was invited to pick one of the five at random and very wisely selected the card completed by Seniors’ Chairman, Paul Burch, who was most grateful.
Another great day for the Seniors expertly organised by Barry

The Bill Myatt Trophy 2021

- Bill Myatt - The Man Himself -

The Bill Myatt Trophy 2021
Firstly, a big thank you to Bill for donating us a Trophy and it’s fitting his name will be around for a long time.
Secondly, a big thank you to all those who took part especially as some had played the previous day. Consecutive days golf is hard work at a certain age, and it took its toll on Bill who retired “tired”.
We had one of the best turn outs for a long time and I have no doubt it will be the same next year. The scorecards were a bit of a challenge especially with two competitions running together plus Covid. Next year it will be a stand-alone competition and hopefully, a lot easier to manage.
The overall winner of the competition is Stuart Molyneux with 40 points, a good score any day of the week but especially on competition day. Lee Graham won division 2 with 39 points and Phil Maitland took the honours for division 1 with 38.
The trophy and prizes will be awarded (fingers crossed) at our Presentation Lunch.
Barry Hubberts
Competition Organiser

The Bill Myatt Trophy

Three pictures below of Bill getting prepared (wait for them to scroll)

Summer League Table 2021

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The Summer League will be a qualifying Stableford competition played over 18 holes using individual handicaps.
It is open to all club members.
Played on available Thursdays from May to the end of September
It will be a roll up on the day and enter in the Pro Shop prior to the round. People will play in their normal social groups and book their own tee times.
All gender free tees can be used although I assume most people will play off the blue tees.
All normal competition rules apply.
Scores will be entered via HDID app.
£2 entry fee per round as per normal club competitions.
Prizes will awarded at the conclusion of the competition up to 75% of the income. Best 7 scores to count for final league tables. (This may be changed dependent on available days).

Brian Freeman will keep the league tables and sort out the divisions depending on the number of players and their handicaps.

The proposed dates are:-

May 13th and 27th
June 3rd, 10th and 24th
July 8th, 15th and 29th
August 5th and 19th
September 16th, 23rd and 30th.

This provides 13 opportunities for people to play and the best 7(?) scores could count towards the final league table.

If you need any additional information please contact Brian Freeman

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Hazel Grove Senior Away Day June 2021

The overall winners Paul Burch & Ken Langford

Match Day Report

Today (10th June) was our away day at Hazel Grove Golf Club and a great turnout of 32 intrepid golfers took on the Stockport course which looked in fine fettle.

It was very pleasant to see our old Head Greenkeeper, Vince, and many of us renewed our acquaintance with him. He was in fine form and pleased to see us. I spoke to a couple of members and they think very highly of him.

The weather was warm but not oppressive and perfect for a day's golf. Hazel Grove were brilliant giving each of us a little goody bag on arrival. A very nice touch appreciated by all and the catering staff were excellent.

Achievement of the day, even eclipsing the epic performance of Messrs Langford and Burch, was Mark Lindop's hole in one on the 9th. Well done Mark.

I have to say that I've ceased to be amazed at the variations Seniors can create when asked to complete a card. However, Bill Maddocks and I battled through everything thrown at us and we were able to compile a final results table for our competitions which is now attached.

Congratulations to all who took part. It's been some time since our last away day and that may have added to what was an excellent day out with a group who are second to none.

Next year we have secured Mickleover GC as the venue of our away day where, hopefully, you will join us.



Match Day Results

Seniors’ Away Day at Hazel Grove GC 10th June 2021

Prizes – credits to TPGC Bar Card or Golf Shop Account
Main Competition:
1st Ken Langford and Paul Burch 92 points £30 each
2nd John Croxton and Glyn Mycock 91 points £25 each
3rd Mike Alebon and Peter Lindop 90 points (countback last 6 holes) £20 each
4th Mark Lindop and David Collins 90 points £15 each
5th Stuart Molyneux and Terry Cockram 86 points £10 each
6th Andrew Brown and Brian Freeman 85 points*
7th promoted to 6th Dave Archibald and Alan Miller 84 points £5 each
8th Dave Thomas and Frank Chapman 82 points
9th Paul Lindop and Peter Stanier 82 points
10th Lee Graham and Rod Smith 80 points
11th Ken Bentley and Tom Corden 79 points
12th Steve Whitcut and Terry Pointon 78 points
13th Geoff Yates and Bill Maddocks 77 points
14th John Wiggins and Norman Howe 74 points
15th Mick Ford and Ken Hewitt 73 points
16th John Hall and Iain Forrest-Hay 60 points

Secret Holes Competition
1st Andrew Brown and Brian Freeman £10 each
2nd Mick Ford and Ken Hewitt £5 each
*Andrew and Brian take the higher value prize for the secret holes

Seniors Spring Trophy Results

Excellent turn out despite the weather and congratulations to all divisional winners especially John Mills who wins the Trophy.



I will say this only once!
Dont go in the water
Dont go in the trees
Shall we just go back to the bar?