Ladies Section

Our Ladies Captain Fiona Hudman's Charity for this year is the Sue Ryder Hospice.
Their Mission ...
They support people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that's a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition - they are there when it matters. Their doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.
Read more here or "make a donation" ...
• It costs £44 million a year to keep the services running.
• They provide 2.3 million hours of care to thousands of people every year.
• They have 11,000 volunteers at their shops, hospices and neurological care centres.
• 83p in every £1 spent goes towards their expert patient care.
• Around 1,000 doctors and nurses help them to provide thei palliative, neurological and bereavement support across the country.
• Around a third of their fundraised income comes from gifts in wills. This income pays for the equivalent of around 25 hospice beds every year.
• Their Online Community, which provides information and peer support for those who have lost a loved one, supported over 100,000 people in 2016-17.

20th April 2019, 9pm
Please be advised Winter Temporary Local Rules (13-15) now REMOVED.
Temporary Local Winter Rules

1st October 2018
Please be advised Temporary Local Rules 19 & 20 now REMOVED.
Winter Temporary Local Rules (13-15) now APPLY.
Temporary Local Winter Rules

News from England Golf

"Following England Golf Regional Squad trials on September 9th, we are pleased to announce that Izzy Lloyd, was successful in gaining selection. She will now be training with the South West Regional Squad following the Diploma in Sporting Excellence (DISE) programme whist receiving coaching from PGA Pro Martyn Thompson . This is a tremendous achievement."

25th July 2018 - Team County Championships

"The searing heat ... and a promised glass of Prosecco ... spurred the Tewkesbury Park Team on to an amazing 12 shot lead victory!"
Another sweltering hot day for golf, this time at The Kendleshire Golf Club (Badminton - Hollows) for the Nett Team County Championships.
120 ladies (32 teams) battled it out playing The Badminton and The Hollows stunning courses with Tewkesbury Park Ladies Team coming in with an amazing score of 194 which was a lead of 12 points ahead of 2nd place Ross on Wye who came in with 206.
The team players were Jilly Alexander, Izzy Lloyd, Julie Shaw and Susie Francis,
Personal bests were in abundance from the Tewkesbury Park team and handicaps will certainly be cut! With the promise of a glass of Prosecco at the end of the round from Simon (Izzy's Dad) there was no more to be said as they all fought against the intense heat and came in with a fantastic winning score!
Tewkesbury Park thoroughly enjoyed their matches, playing with the ladies from Henbury Golf Club who were super company and a joy to play with.
With the added bonus of Sue Rawles presenting the Tewkesbury Park Team with the Trophy the day ended on an exceptional high!
Well done Ladies!

Nett Results:
1st Tewkesbury Park - 194
2nd Ross on Wye - 206
3rd Long Ashton - 208
4th Brickhampton - 210
Individual Results:
1st Anne Lorriman (17) Brickhampton GC - 63
2nd Julie Shaw (25) Tewkesbury Park - 64
3rd Isobel Lloyd (8) Tewkesbury Park - 65
4th Jess David (20) Knowles GC - 65
5th Jilly Alexander (17) Tewkesbury Park - 65

13th July 2018
Please note Temporary Local Rules 19 & 20 now APPLY.

Rule 19. Cracks In Ground on Closely - Mown Areas - Rule 25-1
Rule 19.a. Cracks in the ground on closely-mown areas are ground under repair.
If a players ball lies in such a condition, or if such a condition interferes with the area of the players intended swing, the player may take relief under Rule 25-1.
Note: Relief is not available for interference to a players stance by such condition. Closely-mown area means any area of the course, including paths through the rough, cut to fairway height or less.

Rule 20. Bare Patches in Closely - Mown Areas
Rule 20.a. Bare patches of ground on a closely mown area are to be treated as Ground Under Repair-Play Prohibited. If a players ball lies in such a condition or such a condition interferes with a players intended area of swing, the player should proceed according to Rule 25-1 Abnormal Ground Conditions.
Note: Relief is not available for interference to a players stance by such conditions. Closely-mown area means any area of the course, including paths through the rough, cut to fairway height or less.

17th June 2018
Phil Hall, Paul Leeuwaugh & Darren Snook win The RAF Innsworth Trophy with 82 points.

6th May 2018 - Ladies County Championships
36-Hole Strokeplay Qualifying.
Congratulation to Izzy Lloyd for qualifying and winning the Second Flight competition in this years Lady County Championships.
The top 16 gross scores qualified for the matchplay stages which were held over Saturday and Sunday 5th & 6th May. Izzy had one of the top 16 gross scores.
The first round losers of the knockout stage went through into a further matchplay competition called the Second Flight.
This is the competition which Izzy won, as she lost in the first round on main competition.
To win she had to beat two very good ladies and excellent achievement, well played.
Read Full Report ...

5th May 2018
Please note Temporary Local Winter Rules now REMOVED.
Temporary Local Winter Rules

31st December 2017
It was great to see so many members (60) from all sections of the club competing for this years Millennium Trophy and won by Izzy lloyd with a score of 53 points, making good use of her "joker holes".
It was really nice to see just as many staying after their round to socialise in No.19 for a while before heading home.
► The Jamiesonn - Order of Merit Trophy

11th December 2017
Sue Rawles - Ladies County President
Congratulations to Sue Rawles who has been appointed President of Gloucester Ladies County Golf Association. (GLCGA)
It is a great honour for both Sue & Tewkesbury Park in general. She will serve for 2 years and will bring a lot of golfing knowledge to County Golf.

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.

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

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.

23rd October 2016
Please note that as of today 23rd October 2016 Temporary Local Winter Rules will now apply.
► Temporary Local Winter Rules

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

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

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.
Through the green a ball may be marked, lifted, cleaned & replaced without penalty. "Replaced" means on the exact spot as it originally lay
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.