• club competitions
     
     

    Club Competitions

    Bramhall Golf Club prides itself on providing an outstanding range of competitive golf. Each year the calendar is packed with events to provide the competive golfer with plentiful opportunities to play throughout the year.

    This section of the website lists all the major competitions and some information about the competition and updates on results throughout the year.

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    Richard Green Trophy - Summer Order of Merit

    The Richard Green Trophy is awarded to the most consistent male and female golfer of the season. The trophy was kindly donated by our pro, Richard Green.

    Standings as at July 27th 2017

    1.Mark Newton 42.34
    2 John Sullivan 41.93
    3 Tom McGrail 39.66
    4 Andrew Wilson 38.00
    5 Ian Hazelwood 35.90
    6 Chris Church 35.70
    7 Richard Evans 34.00
    8 Andreas Coe 32.77
    9 Gary Conner 32.66
    10 Simon Baxendale 32.33
    11 Phillip Evans 30.10
    12 Blair Anderson 30.00
    13 Joe Kirwan 29.79
    14 Andy Brocklehurst 29.70
    15 Chris Bowden 29.40
    16 Max Murphy 29.33
    17 Jason Collins 28.50
    18 Charlie Bradley 27.00
    19 Steve Proffitt 26.65
    20 John Allonby 26.25
    21 Brian Hamilton 26.00
    22 Alistair McGeorge 24.99
    23 Sean Ring 23.70
    24 David Gates 23.65
    25 Brian Hay 23.50
    26 John Simpson 22.20
    27 Adrian Short 21.63
    28 Russell Humphries 21.11
    29 Paul Johnson 21.00
    30 Tom Marsden 21.00
    31 Aleck Copeland 21.00
    32 David Brumby 20.50
    33 David Turnbull 20.01
    34 Lance Taylor 19.86
    35 Ian Lomax 19.50
    36 Dan Britton 19.20
    37 Colin Carter 18.83
    38 Mark Clewley 18.61
    39 Paul Symmons 18.50
    40 Martin Higgins 18.50
    41 Chris Macklin 18.49
    42 James Cash 18.33
    43 Archie Palmer 18.00
    44 Malcolm Macfarlane 17.25
    45 Stephen Sheard 17.25
    46 Blair Marriot 16.58
    47 Chris Giles 16.49
    48 Stuart Wilson 16.20
    49 Nigel Hall 16.00
    50 Stuart Smith 16.00

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    Victory Cup

    The Victory Cup is the men's singles knockout competition.

    The finals will be held on Sunday October 1st 2017. Please ensure that you are available to play on this date before entering this competition

    Each round to be completed by the following deadlines

    Round 1 - May 7th 2017
    Round 2 - June 4th 2017
    Round 3 - July 2nd 2017
    Round 4 - August 30th July 2017
    Round 5 Quarter-finals - August 27th 2017
    Round 6 Semi-finals - September 24th 2017
    Final  - Final - October 1st 2017

    Victory KO Update VICTORY CUP 2017 - DRAW - Updated August 3rd 2017


    The contact for administration of this competition is Mike Spencer

    RULES OF ENTRY

    • Match Play
    • The maximum handicap allowance is 18 - Players with handicaps up to 28 are eligible to enter
    • The competition entry is only open to Gold Members
    • The competition will be played off the White Plates.
    • Matches will be played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes.
    • The competition is open to all gold members with an active competition handicap at the closing date for entry.
    • Competitors wishing to enter should sign the sheet in the Professional's shop, paying £8 at the time of entry.
    • The lowest handicap player will concede shots to the other player based on full difference of handicap.
    • All matches must be played by the deadlines for each round outlined on the draw sheet .
    • The top player in each tie must contact the other player offering 3 dates of which one must be a weekend.
    • The honour is held by the top player in each draw and then to the winner of each hole
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    Quaich

    The Quaich is the men's doubles knockout matchplay competition.

    The finals will be held on Sunday September 25th 2016. Please ensure that you are available to play on this date before entering this competition.

    Each round to be completed by the following deadlines

    Round 1 - May 7th 2017
    Round 2 - June 4th 2017
    Round 3 - July 2nd 2017
    Round 4 - August 30th July 2017
    Round 5 Quarter-finals - August 27th 2017
    Round 6 Semi-finals - September 24th 2017
    Final  - Final - October 1st 2017

    Quaich Draw QUAICH 2017 - DRAW - Updated August 3rd 2017


    The contact for administration of this competition is Mike Spencer

    RULES OF ENTRY

    • 4BBB Match Play
    • The maximum handicap allowance is 20 - Players with handicaps up to 28 are eligible to enter
    • The competition entry is only open to Gold Members
    • The competition will be played off the White Plates.
    • Matches will be played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes.
    • The competition is open to all gold members with an active competition handicap at the closing date for entry.
    • Competitors wishing to enter should sign the sheet in the Professional's shop, paying £8 at the time of entry.
    • The lowest handicap player will concede shots to the other players based upon an allowance of 9/10 of the full handicaps.
    • All matches must be played by the deadlines for each round outlined on the draw sheet .
    • The top players in each tie must contact the other players offering 3 dates of which one must be a weekend.
    • The honour is held by the top players in each draw and then to the winner of each hole
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    Scratch Knockout

    As the name suggests this knockout matchplay competition is played off scratch handicap.

    Scratch KO Draw 2016 Scratch Knockout 2016 - Final Results


    RULES OF ENTRY

    • Match Play
    • The competition will be played off scratch, and off the White Plates.
    • Matches will be played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes.
    • The competition is open to all members with a competition handicap.
    • Competitors wishing to enter should sign the sheet in the Professional's shop, paying £4 at the time of entry.
    • The 16 competitors with the lowest exact handicaps on the day of the draw will be entered in to the competition.
    • Money will be refunded to any players not in the draw.
    • All players must be entered by Sunday 12th June 2016, after which the draw will take place.
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    Winter League

    Held throughout the Winter golf season, this competition is based over 15 weeks qualifying, followed by a knockout stage leading to the overall title.

    LATEST RESULTS

    RESULTS WINTER LEAGUE WINTER LEAGUE RESULTS - 2016/17


     
     

    RULES OF ENTRY

    The Winter League will this year consist of two stages:

    Entry Fee - £12 per pair (sign up on HDID and pay BEFORE playing via the Professional's shop)
    Stage One – Qualifying League (15 weeks):
    4BBB competition played every Sunday from 2nd November to 8th February
    Every Sunday – £1 per player to enter a "winner takes all" competition (winners accounts will be credited in the Professional's shop)
    Allowance - ¾ Handicap (max 24 full)
    Points awarded based on 12 for 1st down to 1 for 12th (ties will be awarded equal fractional points)
    9 Best scores will count towards your league position
    Prize for 1st and 2nd places in the Qualifying League
    Top 8 Pairs qualify to play for the Winter League Title
    If your partner cannot play, you are allowed to play as a single player on Full Handicap
    When playing Temporary Winter Greens – HALF Handicap (single players ¾ handicap)

    Stage Two (7 weeks):

    Top 8 Qualifiers from the league will enter a matchplay knockout tournament for The Winter League Title – (handicap allowance based upon ¾ Difference against lowest handicap)
    All matches to be played by 29th March – Prize for 1st and 2nd. Deadlines of 1st March for Quarter Finals, and 22nd March for Semi Finals
    Each pair must organise to play their matches on Sundays
    Losing pairs can enter the Plate competition shown below
    ALL other teams enter the 'Plate' competition based on a short league with your best 4 scores to count (only teams having played minimum of 7 times throughout the entire winter season are eligible to win the Plate). All other rules as per the main league shown above, including £1 'balls' comp

    Juniors with active single figure handicap can enter when playing with a senior member.
    Please refer any questions to a member of the Handicap Committee
    Handicap Committee – September 2014

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    John Cruse Trophy

    The John Cruse Memorial Trophy was kindly donated by John's family to commemorate his golfing life. The Trophy is awarded to the most consistent Medal golfer of the Season. The winner is the golfer who has scored the lowest aggregate nett medal scores from the GMQ competitions.

    John Cruse was a Past Captain (1979) and President (1885). He was in the RAF and was a Hawker Siddley test pilot, decorated with the Queens Medal for his efforts in the Falkland's war. He displayed the Canberra bomber at Farnborourgh several times.

    2015

    Winner: Jon Pacey
    Runner Up: David Fidler

    John Cruse Memorial Trophy 2015 JOHN CRUSE TROPHY 2015 RESULTS

    Previous year's winners have been:

    2014 Mark Clewley
    2013 Brian Hamilton
    2012 Joe Kirwan
    2011 Gary Smith
    2010 Phil Evans
    2009 David Braddock
    2008 Gary Smith
    2007 J S Wilson
    2006 J Lee

    The formula for deciding the winner:

    If there are 13 GMQs then the best 9 count
    If there are 12 GMQs then the best 8 count
    If there are 11 GMQs then the best 8 count
    If there are 10 GMQs then the best 7 count
    If there are 9 GMQs then the best 7 count

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    Jack Chew Trophy

    The History of the Jack Chew Trophy

    Jack Chew was Bramhall GC Captain in 1952 and President in 1969. On his 50th anniversary, Council was asked whether this occasion should be marked with a gift for Jack. It was decided that he be presented with a Silver Salver. Gentle hints that he might want to return the Salver fell on stoney ground. However, Jack approach the club and suggested he donate a trophy to be played for by the Seniors. Hence we have the Jack Chew Trophy.

    The qualifying conditions are:

    All men are welcome to play

    Only those over 55 years of age that have played a minimum of six times in any of the Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday roll-ups or senior matches during 2015 and with an active handicap may win the trophy

    Members under the Age of 55 with an active handicap may win a best net score of the day prize but not the Trophy or runner- up prizes

    There will be a draw for partners at 10am on the day followed by a 10:30am two tee start

    The competition is an individual 18 hole Yellow tee Stableford competition with full handicap allowance and is played in threes

    Handicap will provide computer support and all scores will qualify for handicap purposes.

    Prizes will be provided for 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Entrance fee - £2/person

    Past Winners
    2014 Geoff Millward
    2013 Syd Kibble
    2012 Tom McGrail
    2011 Len Holmes
    2010 Mel Pelham
    2009 Mike Jasiok
    2008 David Braddock
    2007 Peter Riley
    2006 Roger Attwater
    2005 Roew Macdonald
    2004 Malcolm MacFarlane
    2003 Graham Hampson

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    Howard Ord Trophy

    Howard Ord was President in 2004

    The competition to be scheduled for a Friday around the end of November or early December.

    This is advertised as a seniors Christmas competition. The Seniors Chairman runs the competition.

    This is a 9 hole Individual Stableford with full handicap allowance. Played from the yellow tees. This is not a qualifying competition for handicaps.

    In the event of tie, rules as to ties apply.

    Overall winner to receive the Howard Ord Trophy.

    Entry to be limited to members over the age of 55 years. Other members and their guests may play but will not qualify for a prize.

    Previous winners of the Howard Ord Trophy are:

    2015 Tom McGrail
    2014 Richard Gait
    2013 David Joyce
    2012 Hugh Brown
    2011 Snowed Off
    2010 Bill McWalter
    2009 Clive Pigeon
    2008 Roy Fidler
    Check notice boards and Senior Section

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    Ogden Trophy

    The Ogden Trophy is the Winter Order of Merit awared to the most consistent golfers through the Winter season

    CURRENT STANDINGS 2015-16 (Updated April 8th 2016)

    1 Simon Walch 41.81
    2 Greg Giles 40.5
    3 Gareth Woolnough 39.11
    4 Robert Stewart 39
    5 Geoff Millward 36.7
    6 Richard Gait 36.58
    7 Carl McColgan 35.5
    8 Ross Clewley 35.2
    9 Dan Britton 34.25
    10 Mark Clewley 33.25
    11 Paul Johnson 33
    12 Andy Brocklehurst 32.5
    13 Michael Brown (12) 31.61
    14 Simon Williams 31
    15 Steve Ellis 30.83
    16 Michael Jasiok 29.56
    17 David Braddock 29.25
    18 Ian King 29
    19 David Brumby 28.75
    20 Oliver Williams 28.25
    21 James Pope 27.83
    22 David Foster 27.5
    23 Adrian Short 27.5
    24 Peter Riley 27.25
    25 Sean Ring 27.2
    26 Paul Mizen 26.5
    27 Steve Merricks 26.5
    28 Steve Rosier 25.5
    29 John Ellison 25
    30 Chris Wilde 24
    31 Andy Robins 24
    32 Ian Denby 23.2
    33 Graeme McLeish 22.45
    34 Robert Higginbotham 22.2
    35 Chris Bowden 21
    36 Martin Burns 21
    37 Richard Smith 21
    38 Alan Fendall 21
    39 Gary Smith 20.95
    40 Mr Captain (M Ince) 20.5
    41 John Giles 20.5
    42 Philip Gray 19.5
    43 Martin Higgins 19
    44 Simon Burgess 18.7
    45 Edric Gill 18.7
    46 Aleck Copeland 18.2
    47 Colin Bryant 18
    48 Stephen Sheard 18
    49 Andrew Pennie 18
    50 Joe Kirwan 17.5

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    Richard Green Trophy - Summer Order of Merit

    The Richard Green Trophy is awarded to the most consistent male and female golfer of the season. The trophy was kindly donated by our pro, Richard Green.
    STANDINGS AS AT July 27th 2017

    1. ALI HICKS 58.5
    2. SARAH BROWN 57.0
    3. JUDY STOCKER 56.0
    4. NICOLA RUSSELL 51.0
    5. CLAIRE FITZPATRICK 47.5
    6. CAROLINE MCGEORGE 40.0
    7. KATIE MARRIOTT 37.5
    8. GILL RIDLEY-FINK 36.5
    9. PAULINE EVANS 33.0
    10. MARIA SPENCER 33.0

     

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    Ladies Singles Knockout

    SINGLES KNOCKOUT

    Ladies Singles Draw SINGLES KNOCKOUT 2017 DRAW - Updated June 8th

    Matchplay competition.

    RULES OF ENTRY

    • Full difference between handicaps.
    • The entry fee will be £5 per player.
    • Matches played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes.
    • Play from Red Plates. Honour is the top player in each draw, and then falling to the winner of the last hole thereafter.
    • Entrants with handicaps over 30 must play to a handicap of 30.
    • Each match must be played re. the draw sheet timetable. No extensions will be permitted.
    • If no mutually agreed date can be found the tie will be decided by the toss of a coin.
    • The top name(s) are responsible for the initial contact. A mutual date will then be agreed. You must make yourself(ves) available for at least one weekend date.
    • Results must be written on the draw sheet as soon as possible after the match.
    • Prizes will be awarded to the winner and runner up.
    • All Finals must be played on the Club Finals Day
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    1. COLETTE BRYANT 72.5
    2. GILL RIDKEY-FINK 55.5
    3. LINZI WEBSTER 55.5
    4. JUDITH WHEATLEY 55.0
    5. CAROL COULSON 51.5
    6. DEHRNE HANCOCK 47.0
    7. JAN KING 47.0
    8. LINDA MCKENZIE 46.5
    9. BRENDA BRUCE 46.0
    10. JENNY HIGGINBOTHAM 44.5

     

    Ladies Doubles Knockout

    DOUBLES KNOCKOUT

    Foursomes matchplay competition.

    Ladies Doubles KO DOUBLES KNOCKOUT 2017 - DRAW - update June 8th

    RULES OF ENTRY

    • Full difference between ½ combined handicaps.
    • The entry fee will be £6 per couple.
    • Matches played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes.
    • Play from Red Plates. Honour is the top player in each draw, and then falling to the winner of the last hole thereafter.
    • Entrants with handicaps over 30 must play to a handicap of 30.
    • Each match must be played re. the draw sheet timetable. No extensions will be permitted.
    • If no mutually agreed date can be found the tie will be decided by the toss of a coin.
    • The top name(s) are responsible for the initial contact. A mutual date will then be agreed. You must make yourself(ves) available for at least one weekend date.
    • Results must be written on the draw sheet as soon as possible after the match.
    • Prizes will be awarded to the winner(s) and runners up.
    • All Finals must be played on the Club Finals Day

    The winners of the Doubles Knockout will represent the club in the Daily Mail Foursomes.
    All Finals must be played on the Club Finals Day

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    Mixed Knockout 2017

    Foursomes Match Play over 18 holes.


    KNOCK OUT RESULTS 2017

    Mixed Knockout Results 2017 MIXED KNOCK-OUT FINAL RESULTS - 2017


    FORMAT

    Foursomes Match Play over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes, sudden death over extra holes. Men must play from the White Medal Plate and ladies from the Red Medal Plate. Men start from the 1st tee. The First Round must be completed by Sunday 28th May 2017. The Second Round must be completed by Sunday 9th July 2017.

    ELIGIBILITY

    Full Restricted and Intermediate members. Member’s handicaps must be active in order to enter.

    ENTRY

    Members must enter and pay the competition fee in the Professionals Shop to qualify for entry into the draw. Closing date is 10th April 2017. The Entry Fee is £8 per pair.

    HANDICAP

    The Handicap Limit is - Men 21 Ladies 30. Stroke allowance is half of the difference between the aggregate handicap of either side. Strokes shall be taken from the Men's Stroke Index.

    FIXTURES

    Matches to be played by mutual arrangement. Either party to contact their opponents. The first named side on the draw sheet to offer 3 dates one to be a weekend and not all within a 7 day period. No concessions for long holidays. Entrants have to be reasonably available to play within the time limits allowed. All entrants must be available for semi and finals.

    HONOUR

    Decided by lot prior to commencement of play and falling to the winners of the last hole thereafter.

    TIMING

    Each Match must be completed by the day stipulated on the draw sheet following the Opening of Season. Extensions will only be permitted in exceptional circumstances at the discretion of the Handicap Committee and will rule on any match not played by the stipulated date.

    FINAL

    The date for the final is reserved for the 27th August (before 10:00am) and the presentation to the finalists will take place after the Bank Holiday Monday Competition on the 28th August at 9:00pm. No extension to the final date will be allowed but the finalists may mutually agree an earlier date. If one pairing can play on the stated Final Day but the other cannot and an earlier date cannot be agreed the pairing who cannot play on the Final Day should forfeit the match. If any competitor finds at an earlier stage that they are unable to proceed through to the final round they should withdraw from the competition at that stage and give their opponents free passage through to the next round.

    COMMITTEE

    The Handicap Committee’s decision on any relevant matter shall be final and binding.

    RESULTS

    The Winners shall record the result on the Draw Sheet.

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    Junior Knockout 2017

    Single Matchplay.


    KNOCK OUT DRAW

    Junior Knockout Draw 2017 JUNIOR KNOCK-OUT DRAW - 2017


    RULES

    1.Maximum Handicap for boys 28, girls 36.

    2.Boys to play from white tees and girls from red tees.

    3. Girls handicaps will be adjusted upwards by 2 shots (the difference between the Standard Scratch Scores).Full handicap difference will then be taken using the gents card to work out where the shots will be given.

    4.Caddies may not be used. Accompanying adults must remain at a reasonable distance.

    5.All matches must be played by set date. No extensions will be allowed.

    6.Matches to be played over 18 holes. If tied after 18 holes then sudden death over extra holes.

    7. Final to be played on Club Finals Day October 1st.

    8.The top name is responsible for the initial contact. A mutual date will then be agreed.

    Maggie Beadle is the Junior Organiser.