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Presidents Fun(D) Day

Monday 4th October 2021

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A Puppy called Clive

Saturday 18th September 2021

In memory of our dear friend Clive Allen with a big thankyou to all of you who helped Anona Allen to raise sufficient funds to purchase and train a helping dog called Clive.
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Past County President Alvan Davies

Friday 10th September 2021

Alvan signed off as Bedfordshire Captains President at his home club, Bedfordshire. Supported by his wonderful wife Daphne, Wing Commander Alvan regaled the Beds Past Captains and Guests with the history of his golfing career in Bedfordshire. From being taught how to play by his Support Clerk through his membership at Beds & County GC, to Biddenham and finally the magnificent Bedfordshire GC. A full report and pictures can be found on the Past Captains Report page.
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Cainhoe Wood wins Tavistock Trophy Final

Sunday 29th August 2021


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Autumn Meeting

Saturday 28th August 2021


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U14s do well in Norfolk

Sunday 22nd August 2021


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Junior County Week 2021 hosted by Bedfordshire Golf Club.

Wednesday 11th August 2021

Bedfordshire girls put in a fantastic display against the odds with two players short.
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Junior Girls County Championship 2021

Thursday 22nd July 2021


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36 Hole Stableford

Thursday 8th July 2021

An exciting finish to the 36 Hole stableford
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Quality shines through

Friday 22nd October 2021

Scratch Knockout Champion Paul Kitchen adds another title to his long and illustrious career. Despite giving a few years to all the other finalist, Paul, a member of Millbrook, showed there is no substitute for class and perseverance.
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A good performance in the SEG U18 League Final

Sunday 19th September 2021


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A Puppy called Clive

Saturday 18th September 2021

In memory of our dear friend Clive Allen with a big thankyou to all of you who helped Anona Allen to raise sufficient funds to purchase and train a helping dog called Clive.
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SEG U14 League Final

Sunday 12th September 2021


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Past County President Alvan Davies

Friday 10th September 2021

Alvan signed off as Bedfordshire Captains President at his home club, Bedfordshire. Supported by his wonderful wife Daphne, Wing Commander Alvan regaled the Beds Past Captains and Guests with the history of his golfing career in Bedfordshire. From being taught how to play by his Support Clerk through his membership at Beds & County GC, to Biddenham and finally the magnificent Bedfordshire GC. A full report and pictures can be found on the Past Captains Report page.
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Cainhoe Wood wins Tavistock Trophy Final

Sunday 29th August 2021


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U14s do well in Norfolk

Sunday 22nd August 2021


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News article U14s get to SEG League Final

Monday 16th August 2021


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Good performances in the Skevington Salver competition at Cainhoe Wood GC

Monday 26th July 2021


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County
Sunday 23rd May 2021
Singles
1
Jack Neill Won 2 Holes Aidan Abbott 
The Millbrook
2
Justin Phelps Won 4 & 2 Jack Thomas Manley 
Bedford & County Golf Club
3
Liam Cella Halved Scott Armitage 
John O'Gaunt
4
Will Oritage Won 4 & 3 Morgan Darnell 
John O'Gaunt
5
Kane Stone Won 2 & 1 Arnav Arkanath 
Aspley Guise & Woburn Sands
6
Michael Peak Won 2 & 1 Joseph Kirby 
Woburn Golf Club
7
Danial Parsons Won 2 & 1 Paul Kitching 
The Millbrook
8
Niall Keogh Halved Paul Kenna 
Dunstable Downs
Singles Total 5 3

Adjustments:

County: 2.0

23 MAY 2021

 

MIDDLESEX V BEDFORDSHIRE MATCH REPORT – MUSWELL HILL GOLF CLUB

 

What a satisfying yet strange feeling it was as we returned to competitive golf. Bedfordshire travelled to Muswell Hill Golf Club for the 1st fixture of the season with a very new looking team. A blend of youth and some familiar faces.

Up front Aiden Abbott took on the Middlesex No1 Jack Neill, Aiden was 2 up throughout most of the match but 3 birdies in 4 holes towards the end saw the Middlesex player edge Aiden 2up.

No2 saw Jack Manley take on Justin Phelps, an up and down match with Jack fighting to hold on but Justin finished the match with a 35ft birdie on the 16th for a 3&2 win.

No3 saw Scott Armitage taking on Liam Cella (new addition to Middlesex). Scott was in control of the match throughout but a very unusual unforced error from Scott saw him loose the the 17th leaving the match in the balance going up 18. Both players only managed a bogey with the match ending with half a point each.

No4 saw Morgan Darnell taking on Will Oritage (new addition to Middlesex) Will played exceptional golf on the front nine with numerous birdies and held on to a 4&3 victory.

No5 saw Arnav Arkanath making his debut against Kane Stone. What a match this was, Arnav was two down after 5 and then the fireworks started. 6 birdies were to follow from Arnav including 3 twos on the par threes. Arnav finished the game on the 17th for a Two Up victory.

No6 saw Joe Kirby also making his debut against Michael Peak. Things were looking gloomy for Joe finding himself 4 down after 8. A brilliant birdie on 9 gave him a glimmer of hope. Joe then blew his opponent away on the back nine winning a great match 2&1.

No7 saw Paul Kitchen take on Daniel Parsons. An exceptionally steady match with the game never more than 1 or two up to either player. The game came down to the 17th with Paul 1 down and both players down the middle of the fairway. Paul came just up short of the green. Daniel hit a brilliant approach to about 6 foot and closed the game on Paul with a 2&1 victory.

No8 saw Paul Kenna take on Middlesex Captain Niall Keogh – with both players birdieing the first it looked like this was going to be some game. Well, after 7 holes Paul was 4 under par and two down!! That’s not where the fireworks ended. Going down 17 PK was 7 under par and the game all Square. Both players must of felt the pressure going up 18 with both hitting not their best tee shots. Paul could only manage a bogey 5 but with his opponent in all sorts of trouble he had to make a very tricky 4-5ft braking put to half the match. Niall calmly rolled it in and an exceptional match ended in a half. Well played gentleman.

A touch of class from Niall coming over to thank the Bedforshire team who all stayed out to watch the conclusion of the match.

On this occasion the team came up short with an overall 5-3 loss.

We would like to thank Neil from Middlesex and Muswell Hill Golf Club for hosting us and their hospitality.

We now move on to the next match at home v Essex on Sunday 30/05/21.



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