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Club Captain Neil Smith's Charity for 2017 is the Pied Piper Appeal.
Their work as the county's leading children's charity is as vitally important today as when they started out in 1992. Read more...
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Our course has been designed by the famous golfer and course designer, Frank Pennink and opened in July 1976. We offer an impressive 18 hole, 6579 yard, par 72 course, offering challenging play for both professional and amateur golfers alike.
The course that boasts some classic natural features, testing yet true greens and water hazards all based in the grounds of the impressive hotel.

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22nd October 2016 - The 5 Nations Trophy
This years competition was won by England with 206 points (John Taylor, Wayne Anderson, Simon Clayson, Mark Butcher, Wesley Ralph, Gavin Offord & Marion Pollock) on a day described as a physical endurance challenge thanks to the remnants of hurricane "Brian" but with all entrants completing the course! (or was it blown to the finish), near gale force winds could not dampen the efforts of all those who played.
The result was decided by the best six scores out of eight for each team.
Scotland 2nd with 200 points followed by last years winners Ireland on 198.
Sandwiches and chips were enjoyed by all in No.19 decorated with the appropriate flags.
Thanks to the competition organisers: David & Liz Wall and Simon Harris.

15th October 2017
Josh Ainslie wins the Captains Charity Stableford with a score of 45 points. Congratulations also to Fiona Hudman who made a Hole in One at the 5th.
► The Jamiesonn - Order of Merit Trophy

13th October 2017
Please note Temporary Local Winter Rules now apply.
Temporary Local Winter Rules

8th October 2017 - Ladies County Foursomes
Well done to both Chris Williams and Marion Pollock for winning the Gloucestershire Ladies County Foursomes beating beat Knowle 3&1 last Sunday afternoon at Lillybrook.
Fitting also that club member and Gloucestershire Vice-President
Sue Rawles could present the impressive Trophies.
This was a proud moment for Tewkesbury Park, particularly as the competition started 32 years ago and Chris won it with Jean Marshall in 2013. So well done to Chris for winning twice in the last four years.

24th September 2017 - Club Finals Day
Another years comes to a close with Club Finals Day being played with a dry clear day.
Special thanks to all the Markers, referees and caddies.
Some excellent golf was played with matches being hard fought for, well played all ...

DateSectionCompetitionWinner/s
24 SepClubThe Jamiesonn Trophy Order of MeritM. Fletcher
ClubThe Captains Charity Rose BowlS. Dawes
ClubThe Mixed FoursomesC. Greenup & S. Dawes
LadiesThe Ladies Scratch Knock-OutF. Hudman
MensThe Slatter Scratch CupB. Ainslie
MensThe Allen Tombs TrophyG. Offord
MensThe Derek Day Rose BowlJ. Ainslie
MensThe Jubilee CupD. MacSween & M. Butcher
MensThe Tom Blair FoursomesG. Lane & L. Pearce
MensThe O'Regan PlateR. Cooper
MensThe Telford PlateN. Fletcher & P. Hall

23rd September 2017
The 2017 Shoot-Out Finale

After the obligatory slow start with 10 golfers teeing off on the 1st hole, Geoffrey Lane sees off all the contenders and becomes the 2017 Champion Shoot-Out Golfer of the year.
See you at the 2018 Club Night Season, 192 days or 27 weeks to wait...
* Putt-Off

#1Geoffrey Lane
#2Aled White
#3Fiona Hudman
#4John Rigby
#5Andrew Crawford
#6Josh Aisnlie
#7Jilly Alexander
#8Michael Roach*
#9Derek MacSween
#10Nigel Fletcher

21st September
Richard Rowe wins the Pennink Bucket with an overall score of 116 points.
Owen Bond wins the final Club Night #25 with 24 points.

9th September 2017
The Ladies Team Captained by Fiona Hudman win and retains the Club Team Challenge Trophy with a team score of 161 points.

13th August 2017
Fiona Hudman wins the Presidents Trophy with a score of 42 points.

5th August 2017
Jackie & Elgan James win the John McCarthy Vase on countback with 46 points.

23rd July 2017 - Club Captains Day
Captains Day 2017 was a thrilling and exciting affair. The Captain kept everyone guessing about the format, and even when the members found out the scoring system they were still confused!

The day started with registration and the controversial question, "Do you want to play with the Captains Balls?" All players had been asked to turn up with non related golf items that they might be asked to use on the day (wellies and a calculator).
Those there early enough in their 4 ball, with the items, had the chance to play with one of 12 balls monogrammed "Captain Smithy".
The first game was for them to play with them (as their main ball), if they brought it back they would get a prize, if they lost it they had to put £5.00 into the Captains Charity. There are still 4 out on the course ...

The main competition was lots of games within games. It was a game of two halves and lots of spot prizes, the first 9 holes were played in the format of "Bingo, Bango, Bongo". A tactical golf game that is not about getting the least shots but about being on the green first, or closest to the pin and possibly winning the hole. The back 9 was played in the format of "Trifecta". A much more traditional game that is based on nett scores but with 12 points available per hole.

After the confusion of rules and understanding the tactics of the game, lots of fun and banter was had in the four balls, just as the captain had wanted. To add to the sense on tension and excitement when the scores started coming in, no one had a clue what a good score was, or who would win!

There were a total of 25 prizes available. Congratulations to all the winners.
Overall a great day, a fun day and lots of laughs had by all.

Neil Smith
Club Captain 2017

18th June 2017
Mike Viall, Joe Viall & Geoff Lane win the RAF Innsworth Trophy on countback with 81 points.

17th June 2017
At 5:30am with a shot gun start The Dawn Run took place to celebrate the longest day of the year.
It was by far the nicest day of the year to date with the sun soon burning off the morning dew, wall to wall sunshine and a light breeze making playing conditions perfect.
The winners with a gross 60 (nett 56.6) were Dave Elliott, Joe Viall, Dave Cotter and Del MacSween.
Coming a close second, also with a gross 60 (nett 57.6) were Tom Compton, Dave Allen, Brad Ainslie and Josh Ainslie.
A massive thank you to all who took part for making the day very special and most enjoyable. Neil Smith, Club Captain.

The Dawn Run Leaderboard:
60 (56.6) Dave Elliott, Joe Viall, Dave Cotter and Del MacSween
60 (57.6) Tom Compton, Dave Allen, Brad Ainslie and Josh Ainslie
62 (58.7) Wesley Ralph, Martyn Print, Mark Fletcher, Stuart Green
64 (59.0) Neil Smith, Gavin Offord, John Rigby, Frank Nolan
65 (59.6) John Parry, Colin Stannard, Joey Guilder, Simon Riordan
67 (62.3) Simon Hirst, Dean Mansfield, Nigel Fletcher, Rob Halling
73 (63.7) Ben Hall, Owen Bond, Phil Hall, Richard Rowe

13th June 2017
Derek Buton wins the Mid-Week Medal #5 with 37 points.
► The Jamiesonn - Order of Merit Trophy
► Club Rankings

29th May 2017
Linda Marsh & Nick Gunter wins the Bingham-Wilson Ice Bucket Trophy with 43 points.

Week Ending 28th May 2017
The first Club Captains Charity Stableford was won by Greg Thomas with an excellent score of 43 points.
A great day with beautiful weather saw good scoring and some great shots into the 5th where there was a nearest the pin with the proceeds also going to my charity.
The nearest the pin was won by Matt King.
Congratulations to all participants.

23rd May 2017
Matthew Welsby wins the 4th Mid-Week Medal of the year with a nett 70.

9th May 2017
Neil Orr wins the 3rd Mid-Week Medal of the year with 42 points.
Next Mid-Week Medal (Roll-Up) is the 23rd May.

1st May 2017
Congratulations to father and son Mike & Joe Viall for winning this years Generation Cup with 37 points.

Week Ending 30th April 2017
Congratulations to Ben Hall for winning this years Claret Jug on countback with 40 points.
Also to Stuart Green for winning this years 2nd Mid-Week Medal with a net 73.

29th April 2017 - GGU County AMAM
Tewkesbury Park was well represented with 2 teams from 20.
The team of Mel Hadfield, Russull McNamara, and Alex Wiggins and the County Player who had only this year returned to golf from football, Alex Ward.
One of the first teams out and in, posted a score which was going to be difficult to match. During the course of the day two other scores came in that were close but not close enough.
The County players had a scratch competition which was good but if Alex Wiggins could have entered would have won it with his magnificent score of 66 gross, 3 strokes better than the scratch players.
Well done Alex, unfortunately it was not a qualifier. Well done to the team and to Tewkesbury Park. Join us again whenever you can.
Brian Kingston
County Assistant Tournament Secretary

17th April 2017
Congratulations to Izzy & Simon Lloyd for winning the 2017 Nichol Cup with a score of 40 points.
In addition to the trophy the winners and runners up also received a small voucher. An Easter egg for the men and pot plant for the ladies was also awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd pairs. The event enjoyed lovely weather albeit a cold wind with the course again in great condition. The Ladies Captain (also 4th) presented the prizes. Mini eggs were enjoyed by all in the bar during prize presentation.
A cheque to the Bader Foundation for £128.00 is being forwarded.

Week Ending 16th April 2017
Congratulations to Rob Halling for winning this years Scott Greenway Memorial Trophy with a fantastic score of gross 75 nett 63.
The field was at 65 entrants this week with some fantastic scores coming in, and plenty of handicap cuts. Looks like the Presidents Cup Captain may have to return to the drawing board.
A total of £170.00 will go to the junior fund in memory of Scott. Well played everyone.

11th April 2017
Congratulations to Lewis Pearce for winning the first club mid-week stableford of the year with a score of 42 points.

16th April 2017
Please note Temporary Local Winter Rules have now been REMOVED.
Temporary Local Winter Rules

2nd April 2017
Brian Slatter wins The Captains Charity Rose Bowl with 41 points.
► The Jamiesonn - Order of Merit Trophy
► Club Rankings

26th March 2017
D. Allen / S. Dawes / B. Ainslie / J. Ainslie (2.5) wins the Team Of 4 Texas Scramble (Minimum 25 Handicap) with a nett score of 58.5

24th January 2017
Simon Whitehall, Alex Wiggins & Calum Dawes wins on countback The 2017 Soper Sixes Trophy with 85 points.

1st January 2017
Mark Fletcher wins on countback The Millennium Trophy with 50 points.
Mark moves from 38th - 10th in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 84th - 60th in the Club Rankings.

Gloucestershire Golf Union County Card
Gloucestershire Golf Union County Cards are now available, please click the card to request yours now.
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Members Notice
England Golf Levy Year: 1st January - 31st December 2017
Natonal, County & Club levies now due (received via Pro-Shop) and required by 28th February 2017. Click here to view Levy Fees.

The Christmas Crackers
John Rigby wins the Christmas Cracker #4 with 40 points.
Mark Butcher wins the Christmas Cracker #3 with 46 points.
Robert Barnes wins the Christmas Cracker #2 with 40 points.
Simon Lloyd wins the Christmas Cracker #1 with 41 points.

22nd December 2016 - Club Diary
The 2017 Club Diary is now available.
Click here to download the Windows CSV or the APPLE iCal file which can be imported into your calender & mobile devices.
How to import CSV
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23rd October 2016
Please note that as of today 23rd October 2016 Temporary Local Winter Rules will now apply.
► Temporary Local Winter Rules

22nd October 2016
Congratulations to Linda Marsh, Dave Wall, Ben Hall, Aiden Treacy, Frank Nolean, & Martyn Fell who represented Ireland and won the 2016 5 Nations Trophy with 191 points. Start Sheet & Results Sheet

16th October 2016
Julie Shaw wins The Club Captains Day on countboack with 40 points.
Julie moves from 164th - tied 1st in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 198th - 74th in the Club Rankings.

9th October 2016 - The Presidents Cup Team Final
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Tewkesbury Park are Gloucestershire Presidents Cup Champions for 2016.

Five pairs travelled to Filton GC to take part in finals day. Long Ashton were the opponents in the semi-finals, all Tewkesbury pairings were giving shots and after a very close encounter and some excellent golf played by both teams TP came through a tough match by a score of 4-1. All eyes quickly turned to the other semi between Ross and The Bristol GC. I think everyone wanted to do battle with Ross again in a repeat of the 2014 final at Shirehampton. It was not to be The Bristol came through a close encounter with a narrow winning margin of 3-2.

After a short break for lunch and permission granted to Dave Allen to have one pint to settle the nerves the final commenced. Again TP giving away shots in all matches, TP were led out by Club Captain Brad Ainslie and Dave Allen who went down early and after a spirited fight back narrowly lost a closely fought match. Game two was Calum Dawes and myself, Calum continued his impressive form from the semi-final in which he played some of the best golf I have witnessed at amateur level which resulted in a 4&3 victory. Harry Sayers and Rob Halling finished A/S after 18 holes and headed off to the 19th hole. All attention was diverted to the 17th green to watch the remaining pairs of Josh Ainslie and Adam Gill and Gav Offord Neil Smith who both were holding on to narrow leads. The young guns ( not Neil and Gav) continued to embrace their impressive partnership throughout the competition to win their point putting Tewkesbury 2-1 up. Next up was the stubborn old guard of Neil and Gav, these two guys have been a rock at the back of the team all season, I admire the competiveness along with an burning desire to bring home the bacon for the team, and once more they achieved their goals with victory on the 17th.
WE DID IT!

It has been an honour for me to Captain this years PC team and a bunch of guys who are so keen to represent their club and do well for each other. I have played a lot of team sports over the years and can honestly say that the team spirit shown in this team by all players throughout the whole competition is by far the best I have experienced and I am very proud to be a part of that.

A huge thank you goes out to all the supporters who have been there in every round, rain or shine, it gives the team a massive boost and promotes the "never give up attitude" that this team has in abundance.

I hope as many of you as possible can attend this years county dinner which is being held at TP this to watch the trophy being presented for a third time.

It has truly been a pleasure, lets do it again next year.

Kind Regards

A very proud Team Captain - Simon Whitehall

25th September 2016 - Club Finals Day
Another years comes to a close with Club Finals Day being played with a clear day.
Special thanks to all the Markers, referees and caddies.
Some excellent golf was played with matches being hard fought for ...

DateSectionCompetitionWinner
25 SepClubThe Jamiesonn Trophy Order of MeritAl. Wiggins
ClubThe Captains Charity Rose BowlAd. Wiggins
MensThe Slatter Scratch CupAl. Wiggins
MensThe Allen Tombs TrophyI. Wright
MensThe Derek Day Rose BowlH. Sayers
MensThe Jubilee CupP. Payne & A. Cawley
MensThe Tom Blair FoursomesD. Cotter & T. Compton
LadiesThe Ladies Scratch Knock-OutF. Hudman
MensThe O'Regan PlateP. Hall
MensThe Telford PlateD. Allen & S. Dawes

24th September 2016
The 2016 Shoot-Out Final

Mike Unwin closes off the club night season by winning the 2016 Shoot-Out final.
10 qualifing golfers went head to head playing stableford down the first hole with one dropping out at the end, if 2 or more golfers were tied a sudden death chip off decided who went through to the next hole. This eventually left 2 golfers going down the 9th to decide who was the Shoot-Out Champion of 2016.How the competition played out ...

Hole #1Simon Hirst
Hole #2Jason Gore
Hole #3John Taylor
Hole #4Vince Walden
Hole #5Stuart Green
Hole #6Wesley Ralph
Hole #7Brad Ainslie
Hole #8Izzy Lloyd
Runner-UpHarry Sayers
ChampionMike Unwin

22nd September 2016
Congratulations to Simon Whitehall for winning the 25th & Finale Club Night Event with 21 points. Simon becomes Penninks 19th Bucket Trophy Champion for 2016, well done.

Junior Summer Camps 2016
Tewkesbury Park are pleased to announce that we shall be hosting 2-day junior golf camps during the summer holidays.
Please click the image for more details.

21st August 2016
Jonthan Parry wins The Presidents Cup Trophy competition with a score of 40 points. Jonathan moves from 35th - 21st in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 43rd - 28th in the Club Rankings.

3rd August 2016
Hayden Burford wins the Junior Club Championships with a score of 34 points.
Naiomi Armitage wins the Junior Open with a score of 43 points.

30th July 2016
The Ladies Team wins this years Club Team Challenge.

19th June 2016
S. Whitehall, A. Wiggins & C. Dawes wins The RAF Innsworth Trophy with combined stableford score of 83 points.

5th June 2016
Izzy Lloyd wins The Claret Jug Trophy on countback with stableford score of 39 points. Izzy moves from 137th to 33rd in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 168th to 51st in the Club Rankings

30th May 2016
Sara Foster & Kevan Ashbridge win The Bingham Wilson Bucket with 43 points.

2nd May 2016
Father & Son team David & Robort Torrington wins The Generation Cup with 30 points.

17th April 2016
Brandon Burger wins The Scott Greenway Memorial Trophy with a nett score of 66. Brandon from 102nd to 33rd in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 186th to 65th in the Club Rankings

3rd April 2016
Dave Cotter wins The Captains Charity Stableford & Rose Bowl Qualifier competition with a score of 43 points. Dave moves from 9th to 4th in the The Jamiesonn Order of Merit Trophy and 8th to 4th in the Club Rankings

28th March 2016
Sara Foster & Mike Viall wins The Nichol Cup Trophy competition with a score of 37 points.

22nd January 2016
Please note that as of today 22nd January 2016 temporary local winter rule 21-a now applies.
Conditions, such as extreme wetness causing significant amounts of mud to adhere to the ball, may be such that permission to lift, clean and replace the ball would be appropriate. In these circumstances, the following Local Rule applies.
21.a.
Through the green a ball may be marked, lifted, cleaned & replaced without penalty. "Replaced" means on the exact spot as it originally lay
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Note: The position of the ball must be marked before it is lifted under this local rule - see Rule 20-1. Temporary Local Winter Rules

21st January 2016
The Club Annual Handicap Review has been completed.
2016 Annual Review - Handicap Changes.