This final Seniors Open of the season was held on Monday 4th October, with mild weather and a few autumnal showers. Congratulations to the winning fourball of Richard Backwell (Mottram Hall), John Hilton (Mottram Hall), Tony Jennison (New Mills) & David Greenwood (New Mills), who took top spot with 85 pts.
Some fantastic scoring with the winning pair of Tom Brook and Adam Barnard round in a superb 63 gross better ball score for 44 points. Mens 4BBB Open Results 2021
Live scoring of todays Men’s 4BBB Open – Event Hub
Members and Visitors are welcome to spectate on all of the competition dates. (No Admission Fee)
Parking will be available in the overflow car parks on the practice ground or next to the 9th tee as the main car park will be restricted to players and officials only.
The Clubhouse and Halfway House will be open each day and will be available to both players and spectators.
Congratulations to Neville Green & John Hickton of Cavendish Golf Club taking top spot with 47pts in Monday’s Seniors Open.
Congratulations to the winning team of Maggie Ellis, Sarah Horsman, Kate Cooper of Bradford Golf Club and Michelle Priestly of Shipley Golf Club who won this year’s Ladies Open with an impressive score of 89 points. On a beautiful summers day the prize winners could only separated by 5 points – Ladies Open Results 2021
A strong score of 44 points took first prize in this year’s Mixed Open on the May Bank Holiday. Sean Sim of Ineos Golf Club and Claire Bateman of Richmond Golf Club claimed 1st spot by three points from Sarah & Fergus Munro of Preston Golf Club on a fine Summer’s Day at MGC.
We hope all entrants enjoyed the day despite the occasional shower and unseasonably low temperatures. The conditions certainly didn’t effect the scores, congratulations to the winning team from the Hallamshire Golf Club.
On a fine Spring day the scoring was very good in our first Open day of 2021. Winners of the Seniors Spring AMAM on Monday 12th April with 86 points were –
B Schofield (Cleakheaton), P Newton (Cleakheaton), R Morgan (Cleakheaton) & N Clough (Hanging Heaton)