WELCOME TO PENNARD GOLF CLUB
Quote by James W. Finegan "Only two or three times in a lifelong pursuit of the best golf this world has to offer, will an unknown course surface that is so superlative it would compel us not simply to cross an ocean but, if necessary to circumnavigate the globe. Such a course is PENNARD."
Pennard is a magnificent links course situated 8 miles west of Swansea, with spectacular views over Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula, designated the UK's first area of outstanding natural beauty.
Alastair Verbruggen and Ollie Dickson secured an outstanding victory for the club in the
Victory Shield quarter final against Newport, winning on the first extra hole. The semi-final is scheduled for next Monday morning at Pyle & Kenfig, opponents not yet known, with the final in the afternoon. Any support would be greatly appreciated as the boys try and achieve something memorable.
CELLAN JONES TANKARD
-July 20th. Simon Gregson racked up a hefty
42 points to take the Tankard from Chris Jones with 40. Alun John took third on
countback from Phil Thomas with 38. Sheldon Owen, Keith Gwynn and John Mahoney were
the Division winners.
JEFF PRICE MEDAL -
July 19th. Aled White shot a net 67 to grab
first place with David Frazer runner – up with net 68. Rhodri Lennox took third
on countback from Jack Evans with a net 69. Steve Lennox, Keith Gwynn and Stuart
Baran were the Division winners.
- July 13th. Malcolm Richards posted a very
impressive 41 points to run out the winner by a clear four points from Andrew
Thomas, John Webb, Gordon Davies and Phil Griffiths with 37.
- July 12th. A great score of 43 points gave Nicky
Thomas a comfortable win from runner-up Simon Langford on 39. Steve Kissick
took third from Andrew Richards on countback with 38. Darren Vincent, Steve Andrews and James Greene
were the Division winners.
2nd ROUND ROSEBOWL MEDAL
- July 13 – 15th. Frances Leonard took the
Division 1 honours with a net 73 from Julie Ace and Teri Richards who both
carded 76. Helen Davies also shot a net 73 to win the
Division 2 section from Sheila Harris in second with 76, beating Andrea Allnatt
into third with 77.
First team lost 3-0 away to Mountain Ash are disappointingly relegated from the Premier Division.
The team have qualified for the Welsh
Team Championship Finals in Pwllheli on August 14-17. Anybody who wants to come
please let Alastair Verbruggen know asap.
– The team’s poor away form continued with a 4-1 defeat at Neath.
Next match is at Pontardawe on Thursday 24th July.
– A convincing 4.5 - 0.5 win over Fairwood gives the team a
chance to compete for the title in the three remaining away games, starting
with Swansea bay on Monday 21st.