Weekly News Update – Week 46
As you may be aware the Executive Committee of the Dorset County Golf Union currently has three club members on it and there is a requirement for two new club members to join the Executive at next year’s Council Meeting. If any male member is interested in joining this Executive Committee, please contact the office by the end of November and your details can be passed to Ian Hulse, the DCGU Secretary.
Have you booked your tickets for …..
Seniors Golf News
Seniors AGM Friday 24th November (9.30) followed by 11 hole Texas scramble
Men’s Golf News
Mens AGM Wednesday 22nd November (19.00)
Sunday 26 November Turkey Trot Start Sheet
Health and Welfare News
John Tuke is happy to hold first aid refresher sessions. Please contact him or the office if you would like to attend a session.
For your HEALTH & SAFETY please note that golf bags and trolleys are not to be left inside by the front entrance door. TROLLEY STORE, if you use the trolley store please always fold your trolley before putting in the store to allow space for all others to use.
WINTER RULES ARE IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The stimp meter reading on Wednesday was 8.5 feet.
As the clocks have now changed, please note there should be NO play before 08:00 each morning.
Temporary winter greens are GUR unless in play, remember you must take a FREE drop.
Important points to remember:
ALWAYS check the Club (PDF) diary on the Clubs website before planning your golf.
ALWAYS on arrival check for any course updates which can be found on the external “white board” or if in doubt ask the Pro Shop. Daily course updates can be due to weather or course maintenance.
ALWAYS remember to repair divot and pitch marks!
ALWAYS keep up the pace of play and encourage members in your groups to play READY GOLF. SGC supports the R&A in READY GOLF and therefore the Club will NOT tolerate any SLOW play.
The week ahead:
Winter 4 ball Round 4
Click on Master Scoreboard in the Members area of the Club Website, to see competitions open for entry
Seniors Texas Scramble (11 holes)