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Pauline's Centenary delight Town Cups on the horizon The expectation of the two round Centenary Cup, a Ramsey major, ended up in disappointment for the men as the weekend’s storm blew the golf away for another day. Saying that, the Ladies got their Centenary Cup competition in on Tuesday. Despite being a little blowy there was some good golf with Jill Power and Tilly Davis missing out on a podium place by a couple of shots to Diana Cowley and Joy Morris on 73 however the winner on the day was a delighted Pauline Kennish with an excellent 72. On Wednesday, the Club day saw Andrew Hudgeon and David Dean on 39 points, with Hudgeon just shaving it on a countback with 39 points to take the top spot. Stu Douglas and David Kinrade were 3rd and 4th on 38 points and John Newbold came in 5th with 37. The Club is making excellent preparations for Ramsey Golf Week which starts on Saturday 11th July with the Chrystals Auctions 4BBB and more open competitions every day until the Jim Greenhill Am-Am on Saturday 18th. Visitors are always welcome to play and just a phone call to the Club will secure you the chance to take part in this excellent Ramsey golf festival. Of course Monday 13th July sees the Ramsey Town Cup played. It’s a two round, best nett competition and ‘The Major’ of the year. Your correspondent is yet again indebted to Robbie Radcliffe who has recorded the history of the Club with special emphasis on the Cup in his fascinating book ‘Course of Time’. The Ramsey Golf Club Challenge Cup is arguably the most prestigious and certainly the oldest open golf trophy still being played. The idea came from a meeting of Commissioners Chairman, Phillip Kermode and the other Commissioners in 1902 with the aim of accommodating the needs of visitors to the Town. The solid silver trophy was purchased at a cost of 35 guineas and that cemented the relationship the Club had with the Commissioners who have given invaluable support and interest ever since. That summer saw the inaugural competition take place with the winner receiving £4 4s. Recording a nett 164 over two rounds was Mr C. Phillpott from Failsworth on countback from Mr A.S. Medrington from Birkdale. They were one shot ahead of Mr A.T. Broughton, also from Birkdale. The best placed local player was Mr D. Vondy from Ramsey, 10 shots behind the winner and placed 8th overall. The ‘Town Cup’ as it became known increased in popularity and the first local winner was Wilfred Corlett in 1906 with a score of 152. Apart from breaks during the war years the Town Cup has continued in the same two round format ever since and become a veritable legend in golf. The honours board in the Clubhouse gives a more recent account of past winners, many of whom will be pitting their golfing skills and resilience to get their name on the board. There may well be some past winners hoping to achieve a repeat of previous success and I have no doubt all players will have that winning speech already in mind. Charlie Garside and John Brooks, both rare double winners may well be thinking of adding a third to their tally. A three times winner is extremely rare and currently only Tony Scambler holds that accolade. No doubt he will use all his experience to try and carve out another success. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, fresh from an excellent victory at Mount Murray will also be in the hunt for a second win and become very much an all Island Town Cup specialist. Of course with it being a nett competition there is always an opportunity for everyone to win if the golfing God shines on you that day.
Pauline's Centenary delight Town Cups on the horizon The expectation of the two round Centenary Cup, a Ramsey major, ended up in disappointment for the men as the weekend’s storm blew the golf away for another day. Saying that, the Ladies got their Centenary Cup competition in on Tuesday. Despite being a little blowy there was some good golf with Jill Power and Tilly Davis missing out on a podium place by a couple of shots to Diana Cowley and Joy Morris on 73 however the winner on the day was a delighted Pauline Kennish with an excellent 72. On Wednesday, the Club day saw Andrew Hudgeon and David Dean on 39 points, with Hudgeon just shaving it on a countback with 39 points to take the top spot. Stu Douglas and David Kinrade were 3rd and 4th on 38 points and John Newbold came in 5th with 37. The Club is making excellent preparations for Ramsey Golf Week which starts on Saturday 11th July with the Chrystals Auctions 4BBB and more open competitions every day until the Jim Greenhill Am-Am on Saturday 18th. Visitors are always welcome to play and just a phone call to the Club will secure you the chance to take part in this excellent Ramsey golf festival. Of course Monday 13th July sees the Ramsey Town Cup played. It’s a two round, best nett competition and ‘The Major’ of the year. Your correspondent is yet again indebted to Robbie Radcliffe who has recorded the history of the Club with special emphasis on the Cup in his fascinating book ‘Course of Time’. The Ramsey Golf Club Challenge Cup is arguably the most prestigious and certainly the oldest open golf trophy still being played. The idea came from a meeting of Commissioners Chairman, Phillip Kermode and the other Commissioners in 1902 with the aim of accommodating the needs of visitors to the Town. The solid silver trophy was purchased at a cost of 35 guineas and that cemented the relationship the Club had with the Commissioners who have given invaluable support and interest ever since. That summer saw the inaugural competition take place with the winner receiving £4 4s. Recording a nett 164 over two rounds was Mr C. Phillpott from Failsworth on countback from Mr A.S. Medrington from Birkdale. They were one shot ahead of Mr A.T. Broughton, also from Birkdale. The best placed local player was Mr D. Vondy from Ramsey, 10 shots behind the winner and placed 8th overall. The ‘Town Cup’ as it became known increased in popularity and the first local winner was Wilfred Corlett in 1906 with a score of 152. Apart from breaks during the war years the Town Cup has continued in the same two round format ever since and become a veritable legend in golf. The honours board in the Clubhouse gives a more recent account of past winners, many of whom will be pitting their golfing skills and resilience to get their name on the board. There may well be some past winners hoping to achieve a repeat of previous success and I have no doubt all players will have that winning speech already in mind. Charlie Garside and John Brooks, both rare double winners may well be thinking of adding a third to their tally. A three times winner is extremely rare and currently only Tony Scambler holds that accolade. No doubt he will use all his experience to try and carve out another success. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, fresh from an excellent victory at Mount Murray will also be in the hunt for a second win and become very much an all Island Town Cup specialist. Of course with it being a nett competition there is always an opportunity for everyone to win if the golfing God shines on you that day.
Pauline's Centenary delight Town Cups on the horizon The expectation of the two round Centenary Cup, a Ramsey major, ended up in disappointment for the men as the weekend’s storm blew the golf away for another day. Saying that, the Ladies got their Centenary Cup competition in on Tuesday. Despite being a little blowy there was some good golf with Jill Power and Tilly Davis missing out on a podium place by a couple of shots to Diana Cowley and Joy Morris on 73 however the winner on the day was a delighted Pauline Kennish with an excellent 72. On Wednesday, the Club day saw Andrew Hudgeon and David Dean on 39 points, with Hudgeon just shaving it on a countback with 39 points to take the top spot. Stu Douglas and David Kinrade were 3rd and 4th on 38 points and John Newbold came in 5th with 37. The Club is making excellent preparations for Ramsey Golf Week which starts on Saturday 11th July with the Chrystals Auctions 4BBB and more open competitions every day until the Jim Greenhill Am-Am on Saturday 18th. Visitors are always welcome to play and just a phone call to the Club will secure you the chance to take part in this excellent Ramsey golf festival. Of course Monday 13th July sees the Ramsey Town Cup played. It’s a two round, best nett competition and ‘The Major’ of the year. Your correspondent is yet again indebted to Robbie Radcliffe who has recorded the history of the Club with special emphasis on the Cup in his fascinating book ‘Course of Time’. The Ramsey Golf Club Challenge Cup is arguably the most prestigious and certainly the oldest open golf trophy still being played. The idea came from a meeting of Commissioners Chairman, Phillip Kermode and the other Commissioners in 1902 with the aim of accommodating the needs of visitors to the Town. The solid silver trophy was purchased at a cost of 35 guineas and that cemented the relationship the Club had with the Commissioners who have given invaluable support and interest ever since. That summer saw the inaugural competition take place with the winner receiving £4 4s. Recording a nett 164 over two rounds was Mr C. Phillpott from Failsworth on countback from Mr A.S. Medrington from Birkdale. They were one shot ahead of Mr A.T. Broughton, also from Birkdale. The best placed local player was Mr D. Vondy from Ramsey, 10 shots behind the winner and placed 8th overall. The ‘Town Cup’ as it became known increased in popularity and the first local winner was Wilfred Corlett in 1906 with a score of 152. Apart from breaks during the war years the Town Cup has continued in the same two round format ever since and become a veritable legend in golf. The honours board in the Clubhouse gives a more recent account of past winners, many of whom will be pitting their golfing skills and resilience to get their name on the board. There may well be some past winners hoping to achieve a repeat of previous success and I have no doubt all players will have that winning speech already in mind. Charlie Garside and John Brooks, both rare double winners may well be thinking of adding a third to their tally. A three times winner is extremely rare and currently only Tony Scambler holds that accolade. No doubt he will use all his experience to try and carve out another success. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, fresh from an excellent victory at Mount Murray will also be in the hunt for a second win and become very much an all Island Town Cup specialist. Of course with it being a nett competition there is always an opportunity for everyone to win if the golfing God shines on you that day.
Pauline's Centenary delight Town Cups on the horizon The expectation of the two round Centenary Cup, a Ramsey major, ended up in disappointment for the men as the weekend’s storm blew the golf away for another day. Saying that, the Ladies got their Centenary Cup competition in on Tuesday. Despite being a little blowy there was some good golf with Jill Power and Tilly Davis missing out on a podium place by a couple of shots to Diana Cowley and Joy Morris on 73 however the winner on the day was a delighted Pauline Kennish with an excellent 72. On Wednesday, the Club day saw Andrew Hudgeon and David Dean on 39 points, with Hudgeon just shaving it on a countback with 39 points to take the top spot. Stu Douglas and David Kinrade were 3rd and 4th on 38 points and John Newbold came in 5th with 37. The Club is making excellent preparations for Ramsey Golf Week which starts on Saturday 11th July with the Chrystals Auctions 4BBB and more open competitions every day until the Jim Greenhill Am-Am on Saturday 18th. Visitors are always welcome to play and just a phone call to the Club will secure you the chance to take part in this excellent Ramsey golf festival. Of course Monday 13th July sees the Ramsey Town Cup played. It’s a two round, best nett competition and ‘The Major’ of the year. Your correspondent is yet again indebted to Robbie Radcliffe who has recorded the history of the Club with special emphasis on the Cup in his fascinating book ‘Course of Time’. The Ramsey Golf Club Challenge Cup is arguably the most prestigious and certainly the oldest open golf trophy still being played. The idea came from a meeting of Commissioners Chairman, Phillip Kermode and the other Commissioners in 1902 with the aim of accommodating the needs of visitors to the Town. The solid silver trophy was purchased at a cost of 35 guineas and that cemented the relationship the Club had with the Commissioners who have given invaluable support and interest ever since. That summer saw the inaugural competition take place with the winner receiving £4 4s. Recording a nett 164 over two rounds was Mr C. Phillpott from Failsworth on countback from Mr A.S. Medrington from Birkdale. They were one shot ahead of Mr A.T. Broughton, also from Birkdale. The best placed local player was Mr D. Vondy from Ramsey, 10 shots behind the winner and placed 8th overall. The ‘Town Cup’ as it became known increased in popularity and the first local winner was Wilfred Corlett in 1906 with a score of 152. Apart from breaks during the war years the Town Cup has continued in the same two round format ever since and become a veritable legend in golf. The honours board in the Clubhouse gives a more recent account of past winners, many of whom will be pitting their golfing skills and resilience to get their name on the board. There may well be some past winners hoping to achieve a repeat of previous success and I have no doubt all players will have that winning speech already in mind. Charlie Garside and John Brooks, both rare double winners may well be thinking of adding a third to their tally. A three times winner is extremely rare and currently only Tony Scambler holds that accolade. No doubt he will use all his experience to try and carve out another success. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, fresh from an excellent victory at Mount Murray will also be in the hunt for a second win and become very much an all Island Town Cup specialist. Of course with it being a nett competition there is always an opportunity for everyone to win if the golfing God shines on you that day.
Pauline's Centenary delight Town Cups on the horizon The expectation of the two round Centenary Cup, a Ramsey major, ended up in disappointment for the men as the weekend’s storm blew the golf away for another day. Saying that, the Ladies got their Centenary Cup competition in on Tuesday. Despite being a little blowy there was some good golf with Jill Power and Tilly Davis missing out on a podium place by a couple of shots to Diana Cowley and Joy Morris on 73 however the winner on the day was a delighted Pauline Kennish with an excellent 72. On Wednesday, the Club day saw Andrew Hudgeon and David Dean on 39 points, with Hudgeon just shaving it on a countback with 39 points to take the top spot. Stu Douglas and David Kinrade were 3rd and 4th on 38 points and John Newbold came in 5th with 37. The Club is making excellent preparations for Ramsey Golf Week which starts on Saturday 11th July with the Chrystals Auctions 4BBB and more open competitions every day until the Jim Greenhill Am-Am on Saturday 18th. Visitors are always welcome to play and just a phone call to the Club will secure you the chance to take part in this excellent Ramsey golf festival. Of course Monday 13th July sees the Ramsey Town Cup played. It’s a two round, best nett competition and ‘The Major’ of the year. Your correspondent is yet again indebted to Robbie Radcliffe who has recorded the history of the Club with special emphasis on the Cup in his fascinating book ‘Course of Time’. The Ramsey Golf Club Challenge Cup is arguably the most prestigious and certainly the oldest open golf trophy still being played. The idea came from a meeting of Commissioners Chairman, Phillip Kermode and the other Commissioners in 1902 with the aim of accommodating the needs of visitors to the Town. The solid silver trophy was purchased at a cost of 35 guineas and that cemented the relationship the Club had with the Commissioners who have given invaluable support and interest ever since. That summer saw the inaugural competition take place with the winner receiving £4 4s. Recording a nett 164 over two rounds was Mr C. Phillpott from Failsworth on countback from Mr A.S. Medrington from Birkdale. They were one shot ahead of Mr A.T. Broughton, also from Birkdale. The best placed local player was Mr D. Vondy from Ramsey, 10 shots behind the winner and placed 8th overall. The ‘Town Cup’ as it became known increased in popularity and the first local winner was Wilfred Corlett in 1906 with a score of 152. Apart from breaks during the war years the Town Cup has continued in the same two round format ever since and become a veritable legend in golf. The honours board in the Clubhouse gives a more recent account of past winners, many of whom will be pitting their golfing skills and resilience to get their name on the board. There may well be some past winners hoping to achieve a repeat of previous success and I have no doubt all players will have that winning speech already in mind. Charlie Garside and John Brooks, both rare double winners may well be thinking of adding a third to their tally. A three times winner is extremely rare and currently only Tony Scambler holds that accolade. No doubt he will use all his experience to try and carve out another success. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, fresh from an excellent victory at Mount Murray will also be in the hunt for a second win and become very much an all Island Town Cup specialist. Of course with it being a nett competition there is always an opportunity for everyone to win if the golfing God shines on you that day.