Malling Area Golf Society

2013/14 September 13th Round 6:
Weald of Kent Golf Club - The Captain's Trophy

If you intend to bring along partners/wives/husbands for the evening, please could you let Tim Grimes know or Roy Goodhew as soon as possible as the meals need to be booked in advance and there is quite a bit of organising to arrange. Tim's email is or mobile 07730 955603 or you can print off the form and send it to Tim with your cheque.

Golf and dinner £39
Dinner only £18
Golf only £28

Beef & Watercress Salad with Horseradish dressing.
Roast Belly of Pork served over creamed potato, braised red cabbage & rich pan juices.
Bread & Butter Pudding served with custard or English Cheese & biscuits (please advise).

The Weald of Kent is an excellent golf venue, the food and service is always very good, please make an effort to support Tim and MAGS and take the opportunity to invite guests and partners along for what promises to be a good day. For those who wish to take full advantage of the facilities there are double rooms available at £76 including breakfast for two.

Weald of Kent Golf Club
Maidstone Road
TN27 9PT

01622 891671

Coffee and bacon roll10:00
18 holes of golf, first tee11:00
Dinner and presentation19:00
3-course meal
Price£39 (£28 non-dining)

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Weald of Kent Golf Club

Order of Play

Group 1Tim Grimes, Tim's Guest (G), Dave Catchpole.
Group 2Dave Verga, Stewart Ryan, Paul Damper.
Group 3Ian Rowan, Mark Parsons, Terry Pink.
Group 4John Burbridge, Ede Aruede, Luke Moore.
Group 5Peter Gray, Mark Moore, David Smith, David Taylor.
Group 6Mark Campfield (G), Mark's Guest (G), Peter Barrett, Peter Self.
Group 7Steve Tothill, Dave Brand (G), Dave Swinbank, Peter Tweddell.
Group 8Roy Goodhew, Derek Reed, Stan Robinson, Bill Laidler (G).
# = non-dining, (G) = guest

Captain's Match Report

Hello Golfers,
28 of your were able to attend and it was a bit of a damp start but despite a small amount of rain initially, it turned out to be very warm, and I must say the course was in very good condition and a credit to the Ground Keepers.
The Pink ball competition caused a bit of a stir with many teams wishing they had lost the ball quite early, (just like Dave V, on the 2nd Hole!), it's amazing how the colour of a ball can completely mess the game up.
There was also the putting comp, and the usual nearest the pins, and of course many thanks to Dave Swinbank who kindly volunteered to take the team photos for me, hope you liked them.

After a few pre-dinner drinks, we were joined by our ladies and guests for the evening and enjoyed what I thought was a really good meal and excellent service. Many thanks to all who attended and made my Captains day so enjoyable.

Winner of the Paul Camfield Trophy for most improved player, presented by Paul’s mum Meg, went this year to a very deserving Luke Moore who since August last year has reduced his handicap from 20.6 down to 16, very well done Luke.

Our next game in October (18th) is at Westerham, back to our usual 3rd Friday of the month.

Look forward to seeing you all.

Tim Grimes



Division 1Luke Moore41 points
Division 2John Burbridge35 points
Division 3Peter Tweddell41 points
OverallPeter Tweddell41 points
Nearest the pin(Hole 6)Stewart Ryan
Nearest the pin(Hole 8)Luke Moore
Nearest the pin(Hole 13)John Burbridge
Nearest the pin(Hole 16)Dave Brand
Nearest the pin in 3(Hole 9)Terry Pink
Pink Ball Competition - John Burbridge, Ede Aruede & Luke Moore.
Putting Competition - Stewart Ryan 27 putts
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