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  • Mixed Competitions and Events

    Evesham Golf Club runs a wide range of mixed competitions and matches for golfers of all ages and abilities

  • Mixed Christmas Competition - 2nd December

    On a milder morning, with unexpected rain, 20 players set off in teams of three (one team of two) for the 8am Shotgun start. Barely full light our teams were in good spirits, only dampened by the rain. Each team enjoyed a golf stop whilst passing the 4th or 13th for a much deserved refreshment of warm mulled wine and mince pies. Clearly this helped as all teams were eager to set off again and complete their round. Some good stableford scores came in with the winning team being Ian Tyrrell, Granthan Speake and Carol Yates with 80 points, followed by Phil Wheeler, Stuart Berry and Jenny Masser with 78 points and in 3rd place were Alan Dufty, Jill Cleary and Steve Deaking with 75 points.

    Birdies were: Ian Tyrrell on the 4th and 7th, Chris Jewkes on the 9th and Steve Young on the 15th.

    After a break in the weather, now hoping for better conditions our 12 noon shotgun start had 30 players. Sadly after only an hour they encountered mizzy rain for the rest of their round. Again warm mulled wine and mince pies were served to help them on their way. Some amazing scores came in together with a high number of birdies. The winning team was Geoff Wellens, Marlene Billings and John Hutcheon with 88 stableford points. In second place with 87 points on count back were Mark New, Jerry Cain and Jean Bevan, followed by Ruth Masters, Stephanie Bartlett and Dave Mullett.

    Birdies were: Geoff Wellens on the 13th, Will Sellar 6th, Richard Curnock 14th, Mark New 7th & 14th, Mike Abraham 6th, Lee Lambourne 16th and Geoff Insall on 1st, 15th & 17th.

    Brian Osborne presented the prizes after the morning and afternoon competitions. We do believe all enjoyed their day with fun and laughter, it was great to see the Clubhouse vibrant with happy and contented players sharing their good shots (and not so) with all.

    Special thanks go to Pete Lawrence for providing the mince pies, and our helpers, Beryl Osborne, Audrey Tompkins, Enid Walker and Hana Reid.

    Brian and Penny Osborne

  • Mixed Autumn Triads

    Our penultimate mixed event for 2017 was the Autumn Triads played on Sunday 22nd October. The forecast was for the tail end of Storm Brian with light cloud, but what was experienced was persistent rain showers, sadly dampening some players spirits. Five well drawn teams played and fought against the elements to bring home some good scores. Captain Brian thought his team had stormed to victory when handing in his teams card to Ryan. Whilst a very commendable score was achieved by them little did he know that the winning card had already been handed in by the victors John Machin, Jean Bevan and Penny Osborne coming in with 82 points. Brian Osborne, Annie Bird and Eunice Allen were runners up with a very respectable 81 points.

    Brian Osborne had a birdie on the 6th and Annie Bird on the 7th.

    Lots of healthy banter followed in the clubhouse about ‘if only’ and ‘what if’s’ ending the day with a well deserved and delicious meal cooked by Bev.

    Brain and Penny Osborne

  • Whitehouse Cups

    bigpicTwelve mixed pairs competed for the Whitehouse Cups on Sunday 8th October. The competition was played in fabulous weather with the course being in great condition for the time of year.

    Despite the challenging format of Medal Foursomes some good scores were achieved. None better than the pairing of the Mens and Ladies Captain’s - Brian Osborne and Eunice Allen who won the competition with a nett score of 70.5. Runners up were Ken Hunt and Jenny Marston with 74.5.

    Birdies were achieved by:

    Fraser Williamson and Marlene Billings on the 15th
    Ken Hunt and Jenny Marston on the 15th
    James Attwood and Jean Bevan on the 6th
    Martin Bird and Lesley Curnock on the 1th.

  • bigpicThe occasion also saw the presentation of the prestigious Frank Vincent Trophies. This is Evesham Golf Clubs main mixed knockout competition which was played for during the summer. The winners pictured receiving the trophies from Club Captain Brian Osborne are Annie and Martin Bird.

  • Mid-Summer Madness

    Friday 16th June 2017

    21 braved the rigours of a 3:30am rise for the 4:30am tee off time in the annual, traditional Mid-Summer Madness mixed competition. The well balanced drawn teams meant a close encounter with generally good scores despite the fact that the first two holes were played in semi darkness. The only indication of golf being played was the sound of club on ball and in some cases balls hitting trees never to be found again! The course was superbly presented, beautifully enhanced by the first light and sun rise.

    Winners were Mark Harrison, George Parker and Malcolm Carnall with a score of 79 points.

    Runners Up were Geoff Wellens, Fraser Williamson and Penny Osborne with a score of 78 points.

    The event culminated with a well deserved breakfast and presentation.

    Brian and Penny Osborne


    A Mixed friendly event was held on 4th June 2017.

    The Results were as follows:

    Ian Hughes and Ruth Masters with a score of 47 points

    Richard and Lesley Curnock with a score of 45 points

    Ian Hughes (2), Richard Curnock (2) Ruth Masters (1), John Machin (1) & Tony Smith (1)

    Comment: This proved to be a very high scoring competition despite the efforts of the weather!

    A very big thank you to all who took part.

  • Spring Whitehoue Cups

    bigpicThe first of the Whitehouse Cups competition was played on Sunday 7th May. Ten mixed pairs enjoyed beautiful sunshine, some even in summer shorts to grace our manicured course. The greens were running fast, which caught one or two out, but it was wonderful to enjoy our course in such lush condition.

    Everyone gathered on the patio for post match discussions before enjoying a well needed two course meal. Brian Osborne presented the Cups to the winners Phil Wheeler and Enid Walker with a net score of 76. Missing out by half a point were Richard and Lesley Curnock with net 76.5. Well done to both pairs.

    Brian and Penny Osborne

  • Mixed AM AM

    16 members played in the annual MIXED AM AM on Sunday 16th April, in chilly weather conditions on a course that was speeding up in line with the time of the year.

    At the post match gathering it was obvious that the competition was enjoyed by all and the scores reflected that. As it turned out clear winners, with an excellent score of 91 points were, Brian and Penny Osborne and Ken and Joan Hunt. As the scores were totalled it was evident that each player contributed a score for 9 holes, a perfect team performance! Runners up with a respectable 84 points were, Martin and Annie Bird, Anthony Rock and Jean Bevan. Anthony Rock posting an excellent score.

    Everyone enjoyed a first class meal afterwards rounding off a perfect day.

    Brian and Penny Osborne

  • Mixed Spring Triads

    The first Mixed event for 2017 kicked off with the Mixed Spring Triads on Sunday 19th March. Twenty four players in teams of three graced our fairways on a dry, blustery day making playing conditions tricky. The course was looking very spring like, daffodils in full bloom and blossom in its full glory. It was a very enjoyable afternoon for all with a most welcomed two course meal waiting for us.

    The winners with a score of 80 points were Richard Curnock, Joan Hunt and Conryn Abbott

    The runners up with a score of 74 points were Roger Smith, Sandy Insall and Lesley Kewley.

  • Frank Vincent Mixed Knockout Competition

    bigpicThe Frank Vincent Trophies are played for as a mixed matchplay knock out competition which is played throughout the golfing year. After winning their respective games against some very strong competition the winners in the final round and were Malcolm and Elaine Boscott who played against Richard and Lesley Curnock and won by holing a vital put on the 18th green.

    Picture of Malcolm and Elaine Boscott being presented with the trophies by The Captain, Brian Osborne

  • Mixed Christmas Competition

    bigpicOn Saturday 3rd December members of Evesham Golf Club played their Mixed Christmas Competition. The format being mixed teams of three, best two stableford scores to count on each hole full handicap allowance.

    Due to the high number of entrants for this well supported competition there was two shot gun starts, one at 8:00 am and another at 12:00 pm. On the 14th tee everyone was greeted with a glass of warm mulled wine and a locally made delicious mince pie which was greatly appreciated.

    Some amazing scores did come in considering the cooler weather conditions, maybe the high number of 'birdies’ which were claimed did contribute to the final excellent scores of the winning teams.The overall winners of the competition was Marleen Billings, Jean Bevan and Geoff Welland who came in with 87 stableford points, well played.

    The picture is of Marleen Billings, Jean Bevan and Geoff Welland with the Captain, Brian Osborne, in the background having presented the prizes.

  • Mixed Triad Competition

    bigpicThe Mixed Triad Competition was played in good spirit on Sunday the 23rd of October.

    Thirty members played in teams of three best two stableford points to count on each hole, full handicap allowance.

    This proved to be a very enjoyable afternoon which was so well organised by Enid Walker, Penny Osborne and Pam Saville. There was an excellent meal waiting for us afterwards which again everyone thoroughly enjoyed.

    The winners who came in with an amazing score of 87 points were Malcolm Boscott, Jill Cleary and Carol Yates. In second place and trailing well behind the winners were the team of Colin Cleary, Enid Walker and Richard Brumage with 78 points.

  • The Autumn Whitehouse Cups

    bigpicThe Whitehouse Cups, are played for twice a year, Sunday 9th October being the second occasion this year. Twelve mixed pairs played, the format was foursomes medal half combined handicap.

    This time players must team up with different partners, someone they have not had a chance to play with before.

    The course was in very good condition, signs that autumn was now with us as the dried leaves had fallen from the tree lined fairways hiding any ball that should roll into them.

    The competition was organised by Enid Walker and Penny Osborne, the Whitehouse Cups were presented to the winners by Brian Osborne, The Club Captain.

    The winners with a brilliant score of 68 net was John Richards and Marlene Billings.

    Second place was Roger Herd and Annie Bird with 71 net.

    Close on their tail with 73 net was Steve Young and Jean Bevan

    The picture shows the winners John Richards and Marlene Billings

  • Mixed Open 2016

    bigpicThis was played on Sunday 5th June in what can only be described as wonderful summer conditions, long may it last. All aspects of the course are now looking and playing well many thanks to the hard work of our dedicated greens staff they are doing a wonderful job.

    The competition started at 1:30 pm shot gun start with a field of twenty two pairs playing, ten of which were from away clubs. The Ladies Captains Charity 'Sight Concern Worcestershire' was enriched by £120.00 which was made up from the raffle.

    Again some very good scores came in:

    1st Richard and Lesley Curnock ( Evesham ) with 41 points. They also won the Tattersall Cups for the best Evesham pair

    2nd Mike Izod and Val Lemon ( Evesham ) with 39 points

    3rd David Baxter ( Saunton Golf Club ) and Amanda Ransom just missed out on 2nd place with 38 points

    Nearest the pin was won by Marlene Billings (Ladies) from Evesham and Simon Williams (Gents) from Tewkesbury

    A total of seven pairs won on the birdie sweep but one pair Ian Tate and Eunice Allen had an Eagle, well played.

    The organisers of the Mixed Open was Ruth Masters and Mle Evans who did a terrific job ensuring the day ran smoothly and everyone enjoyed themselves.