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Dear Member

Marchog to Morgado fundraising…it’s the last push…. The junior section organisers have arranged a ‘buying a square draw’ with three fantastic four ball prizes. A 100 square board has been placed in the bar area with each square for sale at a cost of £4 each.  Three numbers will be drawn and the prizes are: 1. Hole in one - 4 ball at Ashburnham Golf Club 2. Nearest to the pin - 4 ball at Cardigan Golf Club 3. Longest drive - 4 ball at Tenby Golf Club   £4 is a bargain in consideration of these prizes on offer and please do not forget this is in aid of a worthy cause so let’s all get behind it and support our juniors.   Below is a link to the Junior Team Golf competition website, please take a look and you will note in the competition history section that Carmarthen Golf Club are the only club to have reached the finals twice, what an achievement that is!!  Also there is a link below to the competition Twitter page that contains lots of information and will be a useful informative source during the competition.   www.juniorteamgolf.co.uk @juniorteamgolf

 

This week the team have been busy out on the course practising with Martin Dean and John Dive.  At last Saturday’s get together they managed to play 15 holes and it was the first time on the course together since they qualified in Builth last October.  Jamie won with 31 points and Iestyn 2nd with 29 points.  They all enjoyed the day and will be meeting on the range Wednesday evening for practice and playing again next weekend and are looking forward to Portugal at the end of January.
 
In the picture from left to right:  Scott Jones, Sean Hazelby, Iestyn McAvoy, Kasumi Tran, Jamie Dean, Jason Powell-Hill, and Bryn Thomas.

Last Week’s Results Thursday - Accumulator:  1st Tony Jones, John Bevan & Hayden Harries 80 Points, 2nd Alan Edwards, Dai Elias & Graham Williams 76 points and 3rd Tim Harries, Nick Ingram, Mike Davies 75 points.  2’s Alan Edwards 7th and Jim Crawford 13th.

Sunday -  Fun Competition 19th Nervous Breakdown:  11 teams of 3 entered and played the course that was in fantastic condition and the result was as follows:

1st - Mark Thomas, Paul Davies & Peter Moroney 88 Points

2nd - Ian Griffiths, Ken Gealy & Wynne Thomas 71 Points

3rd - Adrian Thomas, Chris Jones & Neville Jones 70 Points

Monday - Seniors Monday Qualifier:  15 players enjoyed playing the full course that was again in fantastic condition and result was 1st Fred Steel 38 points, 2nd Mike Davies 37 points and 3rd Alun Davies 34 points.

This Week’s Diary

Thursday - Seniors Best 2 from 3:  09:00-11:40 hours

Friday - Ladies Competition:  11:00-11:30 hours

Sunday - Winter League 4:  08.30-09:30 hours & 11:30-12.30 hours

Monday - Seniors Balls-Up:  10.00-10.50 hours

Tuesday - Ladies Lone Ranger 9-Hole Fun Competition:  11:00-12.00 hours

Dates for your Diary….
Details of our 2019 Open Competitions have now been advertised, please visit CGC Facebook account and like our posters and also tell your friends. 

Full details of these events are also available on our club website and on the Golf Empire website.

Update from the Directors…..
New Professional:  Following Mike Davies’ departure in November the post of PGA Professional has now been formally advertised in specialist publications and posted on social media, the club website and with Wales Golf .  The directors will endeavour to keep members updated accordingly during the process

Clive’s Quiz Night is back…..
Another reminder that that The Entertainments Group have arranged for Clive to hoist his next Quiz Night on Friday 25th January at 7.30pm and during the evening the first 100 club draw will also be made. 
 
Good food and drink will be available as usual courtesy of Martin and Sandy, please come and join the fun.

And finally…….
Thank you to those who have been kind enough to provide stories and pictures for inclusion in this week’s update.  If you have anything that you would like to share please forward to my email address (fred_bryncerrig@outlook.com) and I will do my best to incorporate them.
 
Thanks for reading.

Fred Steel