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An independent Golf Club playing at Rickmansworth Golf Course

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Our annual membership fee is currently only £70 plus green fees payable to Hertsmere Leisure. Full details can be found...

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Rickmansworth Golf Club is a small friendly club with regular competitions...

 

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September 19, 2017 - Change of date for the Daily Mail foursomes qualifier Can members please note that the da ... +++ September 5, 2017 - Seniors taste defeat in the Four Club Trophy decider… The Seniors sought to retain the Fo ... +++ September 4, 2017 - Jim McLeod Memorial Golf Day – Saturday 21st October 2017 The pro shop at Rickmansworth Golf ... +++ September 3, 2017 - 2017 Tiger Trophy – half season update… With 6 weekend monthly medals playe ... +++ September 3, 2017 - Club Champion adds Order of Merit to season’s haul… The Order of Merit Scratch Trophy c ... +++ August 31, 2017 - Rickmansworth v Batchwood Match Report – played on 12-Aug-2017 The last time the two clubs met at ... +++

Change of date for the Daily Mail foursomes qualifier

Can members please note that the date for the Daily Mail foursomes has been changed to the weekend of 28/29 October, so it will not clash with the pro shop’s memorial golf day for Jim McLeod on Saturday 21st October.

Seniors taste defeat in the Four Club Trophy decider…

The Seniors sought to retain the Four Club Trophy in the deciding match played at Shendish Manor on Tuesday 5th September. A tie was all that was needed to keep the Trophy at Rickmansworth for another year. A series of tight matches were contested with five of the six decided on the seventeenth or eighteenth hole. Unfortunately Ricky lost four of these five as well as the remaining match to go down rather heavily by 5-1. Ricky’s only winning pair were Roy Prue and John Murphy.

Jim McLeod Memorial Golf Day – Saturday 21st October 2017

The pro shop at Rickmansworth Golf Course have organised a golf day in memory of Jim McLeod, former Golf Operations Manager at Ricky. Come and participate in the day which will be a 4-ball better ball team competition, with the best 2 Stableford scores counting per team per hole. The day will include: Coffee and bacon rolls on arrival, 18 hole round of golf, followed by a buffet meal and prize presentation. Cost is £120.00 per team of four. Money raised on the day will be donated to The Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted. 

For more details or to book, please call 01923 775278 or email rgc@hertsmereleisure.co.uk

See flyer attached.

2017 Tiger Trophy – half season update…

With 6 weekend monthly medals played so far this season (Apr-Sep), you can see attached the updated standing for this season’s Tiger Trophy. There’s plenty to play for in the second half of the season, to see if anyone can catch leader Peter Bartlett!

A reminder of how the scoring works, especially for our new members.

Each monthly medal allocates points on your nett score if you score a 66 or better:

66 = 1 point65 = 2 points, 64 = 3 points, 63 = 4 points62 or better = 5 points.

Club Champion adds Order of Merit to season’s haul…

The Order of Merit Scratch Trophy concluded today with the final event of the tournament, the Len Covey Medal. David Hirst, who earlier this season won the club championship, took the title with a gross 71 giving him an average scratch score of 71.82 over the 11 events he played in. Both the nearest challengers could not meet the minimum requirement of playing in 7 events, so were eliminated at the final stage. The final table was whittled down as follows; 2017 Order of Merit.

Rickmansworth v Batchwood Match Report – played on 12-Aug-2017

The last time the two clubs met at Rickmansworth on the 18th of March, Rickmansworth lost the match by one point, so there was a score to be settled at the away venue of Batchwood Hall. The team was ready, the course was well tended, the weather was behaving, and we teed off at 09:00 sharp. The first match was close but a win for Rickmansworth by 3 points; we were on our way for revenge. Match two was a loss by 1 point, match 3 was a win by 1 point, and match 4 was a loss by 2 points. At this stage, Rickmansworth is still ahead by 1 point, so a draw or a win for the last team, will win the match for Rickmansworth. The final team score came in, and it was a win to Rickmansworth by 4 points. The day’s final scores were Rickmansworth 221 points, and Batchwood with 216 points. It was all very close but a fantastic away win for us. The sweep was won by our last team, Danny Simmonds and David Grace with an excellent score of 47 points. Thanks again to all the players for bringing their best game to Batchwood and securing the away win for Rickmansworth.

Peter Maestas, Captain 2017

Rickmansworth v Panshanger Away HFL Match Report – played on 05-Aug-2017

After an initial mix up of venues, both clubs thinking that the match was at home, Rickmansworth managed to scramble a team, and arrive at Panshanger on Saturday morning. With Rickmansworth needing an away win, this one was a great opportunity as we know this course very well. With some very wet weather arriving towards the end of the match, and the end in sight, the teams started to roll in with their scores. It was very clear from the start this this was not going to be Rickmansworth Golf Club’s day on the course. The final scores were 176 to Rickmansworth, and 210 to Panshanger. We will have to play well at home on the return leg, to make sure we secure a home win. The sweep was won by Jake Jacobson and Graham Simon with a very respectable score of 41 points. Lastly, a big, BIG thank you to all the players for making the switch from home to away, and to those who stepped up last minute to make up the team.

Peter Maestas, Captain 2017

Seniors round off season’s home matches in style

Rickmansworth Seniors played their final home match of the season against Bushey Country Club on Tuesday 29th August. We were looking to set up a ‘grand finale’ of the Four Clubs Trophy against Shendish Manor the following week by beating Bushey.  The task was duly accomplished quite comfortably in the end but with some worrisome moments on the way. Captain Frank Haines and his partner managed to let a four hole lead on the twelfth tee slip away to all square after the sixteenth. Huge sighs of relief could be heard as their opponents missed a four footer to tie the match on the 18th. When the second Ricky pairing came in with a loss the worst fears of a home defeat were beginning to surface. However, the next group of Eric Erabadda and Roger Jones settled the nerves with the best win of the day. Eric followed up his 7 and 6 in the last match with a resounding 9 and 8 win. They were followed in by three more winning pairs to give Ricky a 5-1 victory.

The result leaves Ricky and Shendish both on six points in the Four Clubs League with next Tuesday’s match between the two clubs at Shendish to decide the winner. A tied match would give Ricky the title by virtue of having won more individual matches over the season.