Cuddington Professional Shop
Director of Golf
This year's Captain's Charity Day was a huge success at the weekend with nearly £16,000 raised towards Ian's chosen charity The Samaritans. There were 96 golfers who took to the course, with the team of Martin Breeden, David Greaves, Ian Bosley and Dave Bosley winning the team event with an impressive 94 points in breezy conditions. Many thanks to all that competed, bid on auction items or donated prizes into the charity raffle which helped to raise such a fantastic amount for a very worthy cause.
This week sees the second major of the year take place, with the US Open starting tomorrow. The USGA have once again picked a new course to host the event (Erin Hills was only opened in 2006), hopefully they can avoid the controversy that has dogged the last two Opens which included the penalty handed to Dustin Johnson last year and the greens at Chambers Bay the year before. Good luck to Cuddington member Ross Fisher who tees off at 2:00pm UK time tomorrow afternoon.
Congratulations go to Club Champion Scott Mutter who has continued his good run of form winning Rochester & Cobham Parks Men's Scratch Open last week. Scott fired rounds of 74 and 66 to win by two shots. Also claiming a win last week were Captain Ian Cochrane and Gareth Jones who won the men's division at last week's Banstead Downs Trophy. Well played gents!
Director of Golf & Operations
Captain's Charity Day
First place - Martin Breeden, David Greaves, Ian Bosley and Dave Bosley (94 points on countback) and in second place - Neil Turk, Steve Davidge, Jay Brown and Barry Banfield (94 points).
Club Monthly Stableford
First place - Iain Johnson (41 points) and in second place - Rick Hazelden (39 points).
First place - Peter Culver (39 points) and in second place - Gerry O'Doherty (36 points).
First place - Helen Moore (32 points) and in second place - Lynda Guppy (31 points).
Ladies Shires Cup
First place - Debbie Murray (39 points) and in second place - Julie Turner (36 points on countback).
We have plenty more chances to enjoy one of the many social events we have lined up at Cuddington this year, including:
Bookings are now being taken for Father's Day on Sunday, 18 June. Tickets cost £25.50 per adult and £13.50 for children under 12 which includes a choice from a selection of starters, a carvery main or freshly grilled fish, a choice of puddings or cheese plus coffee and mints.
It's time to rock out for our first ever Rock and Roll night on Saturday, 22 July. Music will be performed by the Dark Ages who will play on the terrace (weather permitting). Tickets cost £28 per person which includes the music and BBQ. Open to both members and guests, food will be served from 7:00pm. with the music due to start at 9:00pm.
To book your spot please email Sally in the Office by clicking here or by adding your name to the sign-in sheet on the main noticeboard.
Thursday, 15 June -
Golf Society x 15, 8:30am - 9:00am, 1st tee.
Golf Society x 12, 12:45pm - 1:15pm, 1st tee.
Golf Society x 20, 1:30pm - 2:15pm, 10th tee.
Golf Society x 15, 2:00pm - 2:30pm, 1st tee.
Friday, 16 June - No tee reservations.
Saturday, 17 June -
Sunday, 18 June -
Warren League vs. Woodcote Park, 11:30am - 12:00pm, 1st tee.
Junior U18 and U14 Rookie League, 1:00pm, 1st tee.
Monday, 19 June - Ladies Pearsons Final, 8:00am - 10:30am, 1st tee and 2:00pm - 3:30pm, 1st tee.
Tuesday, 20 June -
Ladies EWGA Medal (OOM 2).
Cuddington vs. Three Par Regiment, 1:00pm - 1:40pm, 1st tee.
Wednesday, 21 June - No tee reservations.
Thursday, 22 June -
Limited Edition Pro V1 and Pro V1x Balls
To celebrate the fact that they have been the number one golf ball brand at the last 69 US Open events, Titleist have released a limited edition US Open Pro V1 golf ball stamped with the number 69. The packs are presented in a limited edition box and deliver the same excellent performance that has made it the number one golf ball over the past 17 years.
Whatever your handicap you can benefit from using the 2017 Pro V1. Titleist have continued to use their "Drop-and-Stop" greenside control technology to deliver a very soft feel for enhanced shot-making precision. To improve carry distances in the longer clubs in the bag the new Pro V1 produces lower spin and a penetrating trajectory that will be more stable in windy conditions. The balls retail at the usual price of £12 a sleeve or £42 a dozen, so grab yours while stocks last!
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Erin Hills will be the site of the 2017 U.S. Open, so here we take a look at what makes this relatively young course so special.
We look forward to seeing you at the club this week.
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