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Deanwood Park

  

 

 

 (Our iconic statue)

 

Are you new to this area?

Looking for a friendly place to play golf?

Over 55?

Then get in touch with Deanwood Seniors via the Clubhouse on 01635 48772.


 

Normally the Seniors (Evergreens) meet on a Friday at 08.00 hours. During the winter months (November - March) this is 08.30 hours.

The Captain - Ray Bilton - is always willing to chat and can be contacted through the members section of the website.

 

If Friday is not convenient then there is an offshoot group (The Deans) meeting on Monday and Wednesday. Their contacts are Gordon Neale, Colin Jones and Richard Jones all contactable through the website.

 

 

This door will always open for golfers of any standard.



 

 

We are open again, bookings are being taken!

7 days ahead for members, 4 days for non-members!

 

 

 


 


 

 

 

  

 

 

Make sure you know the right handicap for each tee!


 

John asked me the other day if I thought that money really talked?

Of Course I replied, but mine just says goodbye!

 



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In case you haven't heard our stalwart member Jim Dearlove took a tumble last week and was eventually diagnosed with a broken bone in his leg!

He is at present in respite care in Andover after a short spell in Basingstoke Hospital! He is feeling very chipper!

Our best wishes for a speedy recovery go to him and his family!

 



 

 

 

Christmas Challenge.

 

Friday December 17th.

 

There is a list on the noticeboard for you to sign up for the Christmas Challenge.

You don't have to stay for the meal but if you wish to please indicate your menu choices

 



The Killer Cup.


My thanks to everyone who took part in this, I hope you all had some fun!

All the results are listed here and the prizes will be on the table for your collection from Monday 29th onwards.

Some people did not take their photos on Friday, if you, or anyone else would like me to email them a copy then get in touch.

 

 

Local MNDA secretary Kerrie Newton with Skipper Mike Miller.

 

The scores have now been triple checked with a few errors being discovered in some members maths! (I still do private coaching at very reasonable rates by the way!)

One team went the extra mile to stay together, here are before and after shots of them on the 12th, should I say in?

 

 

 

 

 

 

The winners by more than 20 points were John Goddard, Brian Earle and Dave Milsom, well done!

 

 

 Here are the full results:=

John Goddard

 

Brian Earle

199

Dave Milsom

 

 

 

Bob Giles

 

Mike King

173

Stuart Brunsden

 

 

 

Tom Wallin

 

Monty Norman

134

Richard Cross

 

 

 

John Byrne

 

James Gould

128

Keith Endersby

 

 

 

Colin Jones

 

Peter Williams

114

Gordon Dobson

 

 

 

Richard Stapleton

 

Graham Bradfield

110

Harry Jackson

 

 

 

Nigel Connnor

 

Jane Connor

103

Richard Tripp

 

 

 

Keith Keer

 

Sid Edwards

90

Richard Willis

 

 

 

Malcolm Sheppard

 

Dave Buckland-Jones

72

Bill Field

 

 

 

Colin Cox

 

Mike Miller

71

Richard Jones

 

 

 

Mona Butler

 

Robert Butler

64

Roger King

 

 

Here is the full list of prize winners:-

Try as I might, there are some people with more than one, they are just so good (or bad!)

Hole 1 – Nearest the pin in 1 : - ball – Mike Miller

Hole 2 – Nearest the pin in 2 – ball – Bob Giles

Nearest the tree : - Golf gift set – Tom Wallin

In the tree : 1st - Headlamp – Not Awarded

Hole 3 – Nearest the pin in 1: - ball – Bob Giles

Nearest the right hand bunker in 1 : - Punch book of golf – Stuart Brunsden

Hole 4 – Nearest the pin in 2 – Ball – Roger King

Nearest the Ditch in no more than 3: - Inner game of golf book – Colin Jones

Hole 5 – Nearest the pin in 1 : - ball – Graham Bradfield

Longest tee shot : (How can you misinterpret this?) - Teabags and coaster – Colin Cox

Hole 6 – Nearest the pin in 2 – ball – Mike King

Longest drive : – Golf in pictures book – Nigel Connor

Hole 7 – Nearest the pin in 1 : ball – Bill Field

Hole 8 – Nearest the pin in 2 – ball – Monty Norman

In the pond : – 1st Bottle opener + cloth – Others – Cloth – Richard Jones (Special mention for Rob Butler)

Hole 9 – Nearest the first ditch in 1 : Golf encyclopedia – Rob Butler

Nearest the pin in 3 – ball - Nigel Connor (He actually holed out in three)

Most lost balls : Carrier of Balls – Not Awarded

Most 3 putts : Ball Marker + DVD – Not awarded

Worst team : Wooden Spoon + ball – Mona and Rob Butler with Roger King

Average Team ; Badge + ball – Richard Stapleton, Graham Bradfield and Harry Jackson

Worst player ; - Lower your handicap book – Richard Jones

Middle Player : Tee off accessory kit – Dave Buckland Jones

Best Player ; - Water bottle + Joke ball – Brian Earle

Bandit : - Score Counter – John Goddard

Winners : Cup + Balls + Coaster – John Goddard, Brian Earle and Dave Milsom

Notable others – Not awarded

 

My thanks again to you all! 

 


Christmas Raffle.

 


Squares are now available for purchase at the bar, please do your best to support Mike Miller and his Charity.

 

 


 


 

 

Weekly Fees.


Coffee is now included in any competition entry fee.

 



 

We are back to golf now and hopefully enjoying it, but.............

 

STAY SAFE!

 

 

 

 

 Anyone find the pot of gold? 

 

 



 

 

Next week.


#######  The December Medal #######

 

 Dutch skater Antoinette De Jong leads the women's allround after claiming two bronze medals on day one ©ISU



 

 Start Time!  

 

Booking is possible on line now.

 

Golf - Teeing Off

 

 

 

 

 


 

Who is this?

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

Have you heard this one ?

 

 My brother came back from school all motivated because he said he would be following a new diet from that day.

We didn't really give it much thought until my brother really started eating his homework for dinner.

When we stopped him and asked why he was doing that, he replied,

"I was just trying to see how it tasted because my teacher said that the homework would be a piece of cake for me."

 


 

 

 

Who said?

Every kid learning how to play golf dreams about winning the Masters, about winning the Open, not about being the leading money winner. I've never shortchanged myself on dreams!

 

Was it:

 

a) Tom Kite

b) Tom Watson or

c) Tom Lehman?

 

Answer at the bottom of the page.



 

The Deans.

  

Monday Matins.

(Welcome back Friar Neale) 

 

On this bright but cold afternoon we had five teams playing an Alan J format, dropping the lowest score. The four ball teams multiplied their final score by 2/3 to give parity to the three ball teams.
1st, 85.3 points, Gordon N, Brian, Harry and James H.
2nd, 82 points, Mike, Monty and Colin.
3rd, 75.3 points, Sid, Dave BJ, Gordon D and Dave D.
4th, 75 points, Bill, Barry and Nigel.
5th, 72 points, Peter, Graham and Dave Mil.
The speed of play was good, well done.
Regards

 

 

Wednesday Wizards.

(News from Friar Jones)

 

Here is the result for today when we played a Stableford competition with the best score on holes 1-6,two best scores on holes 7-12,all scores on holes 13-18. The two ball team have 50% addition for the last six holes(27 points + 13.5 points) to make up for being a player short.

 

82     Gordon Dobson, Gordon Neale, Malcolm Sheppard

79     James Gould, Richard Stapleton, Graham Bradfield

75.5 Colin Jones, Peter Williams

74     Monty Mason, Bill Field, Graham Johnson

72     Keith Keer, Richard Cross, Colin Cox

70     Richard Tripp, Sid Edwards, Harry Jackson

64     John Goddard, Brian Earle, Richard Willis

 

Best round today was Peter Williams with 43 points.

 

Hope to see you next week.

 



Stay safe!

 

 

 

  



 

 

Did I?

Play Golf or just spoil another walk?

 

Image result for puzzled golfer

As you walk off the course next time ask yourself the following questions:

Did I enjoy myself?

Have I signed my card?

Did I replace my divots and repair my pitch marks?

You should answer YES to them all!




Seniors Diary.

 

 
      Draw Change to 8:30 Dec Fri 3-Dec Seniors Medal
Nov Fri 5-Nov Seniors Medal   Fri 10-Dec Stableford/Eclectic
  Fri 12-Nov Bowmaker Stableford   Fri 17-Dec Seniors Christmas Challenge
  Fri 19-Nov Stableford/Eclectic   Fri 24-Dec Xmas Day
  Fri 26-Nov Killer Cup   Sat 31-Dec Texas Scramble
               
 

 

 



Answers:

It's Bruce Forsyth

It was a) Tom Kite



 

Remember if you have any comments please let me know at roy.kennedy@ntlworld.com



 

 
 
 
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7-May
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Seniors Medal
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14-May
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Texas Scramble
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Seniors vs Bradfield (A) #
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18-Jun
Stableford/Eclectic
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21-May
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25-Jun
Yellow Ball
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28-May
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Seniors Medal
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6-Aug
Seniors Medal
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Seniors vs Basset Down (A) *
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Allan Snook Memorial Trophy
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Bowmaker Strokeplay
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21-Aug
Seniors vs Theale (H) #
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16-Jul
Stableford/Eclectic
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27-Aug
Stableford/Eclectic
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23-Jul
Seniors vs Basset Down (H) *
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Texas Scramble
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3-Sep
Seniors Medal
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1-Oct
Seniors Medal
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10-Sep
Senior vs Bradfield (H) #
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8-Oct
Seniors - 123 Waltz Stableford
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17-Sep
Stableford/Eclectic
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15-Oct
Stableford/Eclectic
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29-Sep
Seniors vs Theale (A) #
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22-Oct
Seniors - BB
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24-Sep
Rollup
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29-Oct
Texas Scramble
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3-Dec
Seniors Medal
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5-Nov
Seniors Medal
Fri
10-Dec
Stableford/Eclectic
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12-Nov
Bowmaker Stableford
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17-Dec
Seniors Christmas Challenge
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19-Nov
Stableford/Eclectic
Fri
24-Dec
Xmas Day
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26-Nov
6/6/6
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31-Dec
Texas Scramble
 




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