RWNGC vs OWGS – Saturday 2nd Feb 2019

RWNGC vs OWGS – Saturday 2nd Feb 2019

From OWGS Captain Tusa… Happy to report that the first match of the OWGS 2019 season ended in a half against RWNGC.  So far, so dull.  Fortunately, however, the result masked a highly competitive fixture, very sociable opposition and a mercurial performance from the weather. With RWNGC shut for play on Thursday and Friday and with c35% probability of no play on Saturday either, I cancelled the match formally on […]

Players required for match v The Rifles – Sunday 28th April 2019 @ The Berkshire

Many thanks to Jeremy Hunter who was match manager for many years. Christopher Cornell has now taken over and is keen for recruits! Sunday 28th April 2019 @ The Berkshire It is two rounds – Red course tee off at 0900 and Blue course tee off at 1300 after lunch4 Somes on each course.Cost is £100 for both rounds or £80 for one round ,including carvery lunch in each case […]

OWGS – 2018 Newsletter and 2019 Fixture List

All, Below is the much anticipated newsletter from the Captain. In addition, the 2019 fixture list accessed by clicking the link below AND by clicking this link to access the OWGS website http://www.owgs.info/events/ I wish you the very best for 2019 and please make every effort to support and encourage our Society through the year! Best wishes, Nick Dear fellow Old Wykehamist golfer, As the 2018-inscribed golf ball takes its […]

Tim Bebb

All, It is with huge sadness that I write to tell you that Tim Bebb passed away shortly before Christmas. Tim is to be cremated at 2:00 p.m. at Woking Crematorium on Monday 14th January. As David Wybar writes… “Tim Bebb was a complex man and a natural Wykehamist – very intelligent, if eccentric, and with a sharp wit which he aimed at anyone and everyone including himself but excluding […]

OWGS – The Aldington Match Weekend…

DCB reports… A successful weekend overall with a good dinner and Tusa telling some tales from the HH to inspire us all. Results as below:   Singles (under handicap) Saturday pm David Bonsall 0 v Olly Dickman 1 (2/1) – Olly round in gross 71 on a windy day off back tees, DCB fighting hard! Ben Twiney  0 v Will Townsend 1 (2 up) – Will leading then Ben had […]

OWGS v Eton @ Rye – 20th October – ONE PLAYER STILL REQUIRED

All, Despite efforts, there has been some recruitment and some dropping out of this match. ONE PLAYER still required. Please note that Anthony Strong will be running the match this year whilst David Ham recovers from a health issue. 36 holes of 4somes with lunch. Please contact anthony.strong@kcl.ac.uk  to play. Thank you… Nick

1 Player Required – v Old Etonians at Rye on Oct 20th

All, David Ham is looking for 1 player for his match v Eton at Rye on October 20th. 36 holes of foursomes, with lunch. Please contact David if you can make it – cdavidham@hotmail.com  

Claudio wins the Bulgarian Amateur…

Claudio Consul won the 14th Bulgarian Amateur Championship on Sunday, 16th September.   The following article was published on the Bulgarian Golf Association website:   “114 players from over 20 countries competed in the 14th edition of the most prestigious golf tournament in Bulgaria, which was held under the auspices of the Bulgarian Golf Association. The tournament was played in three rounds over 18 holes at Pravets Golf Club.   […]

OWGS – Players Required for Matches in October!

All, We are seeking players for the following matches: – v Old Malvernians – 12th October at The Berkshire – 18 holes of 4 ball better ball followed by lunch. Please contact Colin Scott-Malden at gil@scottmalden.plus.com – The Aldington Match – 13th and 14th October at Hockley – Play starts at 1pm each day with dinner, B&B available in the Warden’s lodgings for those that would like to join. Please […]

OWGS v O Malvernians at The Berkshire 12th October

All, We are looking for players for this match on Friday 12th October at The Berkshire. Format is 18 holes of 4BBB followed by lunch. All players welcome. Please let Colin Scott-Malden know if you can make it – colin@scottmalden.plus.com Best regards, Colin Scott-Malden