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 Evergreens via the Clubhouse on 01635


My apologies for the appearance of some of the 'bits' on the page. When I edit them they look fine but when saved and seen on the site they appear in different sizes I cannot seem to correct......sorry!



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 how he could organise a space party when we re-open.

I told him to just planet!

Deanwood Park Golf Seniors


Match Versus Bradfield College Golf Club Seniors



Thursday 20th May 2021




If you wish to play in the match


Please contact Raymond Bilton on – or 01635 826844 - by:


Friday 30 April 2021


12 players are required.




With things getting back to normal Ray has received an email from a new member, (Mark Barrett) who is looking for some golf.

Ray is not able to play for some time (else he would have arranged a game with him).

If you have a space in your group would you please contact him ( to offer him a game.

Deanwood Golf should be back to normal play (with everything open) by the beginning of July.

With a bit of good weather - hopefully we should be able meet up outside to make a draw for competitions from sometime in May/June (Covid restrictions dependent).

Keep your fingers crossed!


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    1. Last week:  

      1. What year did the first McDonald’s store open?

      2. What are the real names of the Hairy Bikers?

      3. Which pungent plant has its own festival held on the Isle of Wight every year?

      4. How many calories does a glass of water contain?

      5. Who is replacing Sandi Toksvig as host of The Great British Bake Off for the 2020 series?

      6. Grenadine is obtained from which fruit?

      7. Gluten is found in which cereal grain?

      8. Which fast-food franchise has the largest number of restaurants in the world?

      9. What French city does bouillabaisse originate from?

      10. What type of wheat is used to make pasta?



        1. 1940

        2. Dave Myers and Si King

        3. Garlic

        4. Zero

        5. Matt Lucas

        6. Pomegranate

        7. Wheat

        8. Subway

        9. Marseille

        10. Durum

        This week:

        1. The world’s first national park was established in 1872 in which country? A bonus point for the name of the park…

        2. What is the capital of Peru?

        3. Mount Vesuvius casts a shadow over which modern Italian city?

        4. There are three US states with just four letters in their name: can you name them?

        5. What is the currency of Sweden?

        6. To what country to the Canary Islands belong?

        7. What is the capital of Canada?

        8. How many states are there in Australia?

        9. What African country has the largest population?

        10. Constantinople and Byzantium are former names of which major city?



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


Players back on the course so please look after it.




Summer is coming..........




.....and the course looks wonderful!


Next week.

#######  Next week will be what it is!#######








 Start Time!  


Booking is possible on line from Monday 22nd March.


Golf - Teeing Off






Who am I! 


Well, who is this? 

cheryl ladd golf pictures



Have you heard this one !

Q: There are 500 bricks on a plane. One falls off. How many are left?

A: 499

Q: What are the three steps to putting an elephant in the fridge?

A: Open door, put elephant in, close door.

Q: What are the 4 steps to putting a giraffe in the fridge?

A: Open door, take elephant out, put giraffe in, close door.

Q: The Lion King is having a birthday party. All the animals attend but one. Which animal is it, and why?

A: Giraffe. He's stuck in a fridge.

Q: Sally wants to cross an alligator infested river. There's no bridge and the only way she can get across is by swimming. She swims across and makes it to the other side safely. Why?

A: The alligators are all at a birthday party.

Q: Sally dies anyways. Why?

A: She got hit in the head by a flying brick.






Who said?

If the water is rough in Santander Bay you fight harder in the boat. You do not give up!

Was it:

a) Angel Miguel Jimenez

b) Severiano Ballesteros

c) John Rahm ?


Answer at the bottom of the page.


The Deans.



 What's this Competition?

Last week was The Autumn Challenge


      1. Last week: 

      1. What country has the longest coastline in the world?

      2. What is the capital of Malta?

      3. What country is the newest in the world to be recognised by the UN?

      4. In which UK city would you find the river Clyde?

      5. What is the oldest recorded town in the UK?

      6. If you travelled to the city of Volgograd, which country would be in?

      7. What is the name of the largest river to flow through Paris?

      8. What did Ceylon change its name to in 1972?

      9. What is the most populous city in the US state of Illinois?

      10. What is the highest mountain in Britain?



        1. Canada

        2. Valetta

        3. South Sudan (2011)

        4. Glasgow

        5. Colchester

        6. Russia

        7. The Seine

        8. Sri Lanka

        9. Chicago

        10. Ben Nevis


        1. This week:

          1. What is the longest river in the UK?

          2. How many boroughs are there in New York City?

          3. In which city would you find La Sagrada Familia?

          4. What is the largest desert in the world?

          5. What is the highest peak in Africa?

          6. In which US state would you find Fort Knox?

          7. The Strait of Gibraltar separates the Iberian Peninsular from which African country?

          8. Which London Underground line is represented as green on the tube map?

          9. In which European city would you find Manneken Pis – a statue of a small boy urinating into a fountain?

          10. How many countries still have the shilling as currency?


    Stay Safe!



Fancy two rounds at Old Thorns in Hampshire?

Nigel Connor is hoping to take a group away on August 11th/12th.

Contact him for full details!

Stay safe!






Next week, who knows?






Did I?

Play Golf?????


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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.

It's blank for next year so far.......fingers crossed!





It's Cheryl Ladd

Who said it b) Seve


Remember if you have any comments please let me know at



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