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For news on what has been happening on the course, and tips on how to help keep the course in great condition, the Greens Chairman has a newsletter here on the noticeboard. http://www.stokerochfordgolfclub.co.uk/mens-downloads?d=GreensHandout2017winter.pdf
Spring will officially be here at the weekend as we change the clocks to British Summer Time. The ladies had their first QC last week, and it is the Gents first QC this weekend. Golf Season is Here! All ladies Club Competitions can be found here:- http://www.stokerochfordgolfclub.co.uk/ladies-club-competition-overview And Gents can be found here:- http://www.stokerochfordgolfclub.co.uk/mens-club-competition-overview The entry for Club Knockout Competitions closes on 31st March
Entry Forms for the following Golf Opens can be found Here:- www.stokerochfordgolfclub.co.uk/open-competitions-entry Wed 17 May 2017 Seniors Open QC Sun 21 May 2017 Mens Spring Open AM 18M 18 H/cap, PM Foursomes v Par Sat 03 Jun 2017 Ladies Open Fri 28 Jul 2017 Centenary Pairs Betterball Sun 20 Aug 2017 Gents Summer Open 36 Medal Tue 03 Oct 2017 Ladies Autumn Open Fri 08 Dec 2017 Xmas Better Ball Stableford Open Competition Pairs Betterball Stableford Or you can book online for these 2 opens :- July 2017 Sun 02 Jul 2017 Gents 4BBB Open August 2017 Mon 28 Aug 2017 SRGC Mixed 4-ball
Etiquette; Behaviour on the Course, take Care of your Course! The Golf Season is now upon us. We all want a good course to play on, we can all help to make it better!! Etiquette is an integral part of the game, defining golf's core values . It describes the manner in which the game of golf should be played to ensure all players gain maximum enjoyment. In short, it’s about “respect” Respect for the course – leave the course as you would like to find it by repairing pitch-marks, replacing divots and raking bunkers Respect for your fellow players – be sportsmanlike and polite, stay by the green to watch them hole out, and avoid distracting them Respect for the game – by knowing the Rules and etiquette of golf