|2 Feb 2021|
|The Worthians Golfing Society|
Saturday 8th May - Grafton Morrish qualifying 18 holes scratch Stableford foursomes at Knole Park, Kent
6 players per team. Regional qualifying games are played throughout the country in the Spring with successful schools then taking part in a knockout match play tournament at Hunstanton, Norfolk in the Autumn. To date we have never qualified although have been pipped at the post a couple of times. I am hoping that our increasing depth of talent will allow us to field a team capable of qualification.
Friday 21st May - Spring Meeting at Moor Park, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
This has proved to be a very popular day for those who have participated in the past. 18 holes stableford handicap competition on the High Course, lunch in the magnificent clubhouse, followed by 18 holes friendly greensomes in the afternoon on the West Course.
Sunday 11th July - Russell Bowl Catholic Public Schools 36 holes scratch Stableford foursomes at Woking Golf Club, Surrey
6 players per team. A day of competitive golf played in good spirit despite a desire to win! Worth has succeeded in the past but new entrants St George's Weybridge have fielded a very strong team in the last two years and will take a good deal of beating. Another great lunch as well!
Saturday 17th July - vs Old Gregorians Golfing Society at Royal Ashdown Forest
36 holes handicap matchplay foursomes with lunch.
Saturday 21st August - The Elderly vs The Less Elderly at Royal Ashdown Forest
This will be the third match and consists of lunch followed by 18 holes handicap foursomes matchplay. The teams are selected on the basis of age, so some players can be certain as to what side they will represent, others may represent one side one year and the other the next!
Sunday 12th September - vs Worth School at Royal Ashdown Forest
Autumn 2021 - venue and date TBC
Weekend of 36 holes with 18 holes handicap stableford competition - venue and date TBC.
To sign up, register interest or just find out more information please contact Club Manager, Ken Ross.
Michael Bernard C'77 reminds Annie Nightingale of her visit to Worth More...