Little Hay Golf Club Week Ending 2nd May 2021
Sunday 2nd May Men’s Medal &
Champion of England Qualifier
Tong Tse Shoots
67 To Win The May Medal
Tong got off to
a great start with a birdie at the first and another on
the ninth hole going out in 34, Tong dropped a few shots
on the way home but an impressive eagle on the last saw
him home in 38, beating Paul Mudd by 3 strokes.
Tong Tse 72 – 5 = 67
Paul Mudd 77 – 7 = 70
Aiden Walsh 83 – 13 = 70
Division two was
won by Nigel Hopkinson, Nigel went out 44 home 42 with a
birdie and 5 pars beating Alex Pavlov by two strokes.
1st Nigel Hopkinson 86 – 19 = 67
Alex Pavlov 91 – 22 = 69
Steven Crowhurst 93 – 22 = 71
Saturday saw the men take the A1 to Stevenage a course
where Little Hay has at times struggled in the past.
The Little Hay pairing of Ashley Wade and Aidan
Walsh were the first out of the blocks scoring a very
impressive 44 points beating the Stevenage pairing by 9
points, a 9 point advantage Stevenage would not be able to
Stevenage 35 Little Hay 44
Stevenage 35 Little Hay 36
Little Hay 36
Little Hay 36
Little Hay 37
The final score
was Stevenage 184 - Little Hay 189
Hay Golf Club Week
Ending 25th April 2021
Saturday 24th April
Oliver Runswick wins the Men’s April Stableford, Oliver’s
eight pars along with birdies on the first and third hole
saw him score an impressive 40 points beating Mick Whelan
by 2 points, Mick’s birdie on the 18th saw him
claim second place on count back from Paul Mudd.
Oliver Runswick 40 pts
2nd Mick Whelan 38 pts
3rd Paul Mudd 38 pts
Little Hay Golf Club
Week Ending 18th April 2021
Sunday dawned a lovely day for this years Bryn Aldridge
A strange day at the Hay it looked like a score of 40
points or more would be needed to win this year, but young
Thomas Ashton’s impressive score of 36 points, on what
turned out to be a difficult scoring day won the title
beating Nigel Hopkinson in a card playoff by virtue of a
better back nine.
Saturday saw the
Men’s A Team travel to Rickmansworth for their first Herts
Friendly league match of the year , the first inter club
match of any kind for well over a year.
Expectations were high but unfortunately a first win at
Ricky was not to be, Little Hay losing by 23 points.
Rickmansworth 197 points Little Hay 174 points.
The pairing of Sam Deering & Colin Greenshields won
our sweep, on count back from Mick Whelan & Ivan
Lawrence with both pairs scoring an impressive 39 points
Thursday saw a good
turnout for the seniors’ April Stableford John Redgwell
won division 1 with seven pars scoring 37 points beating
David A Smith by a single point while Dennis Warren was
third with 35 points.
Kenneth Chalk took division 2 honours with five pars
scoring 38 points beating John Murphy by a single point
while Trevor F Sargeant was third with 34 points.
Golf Club Week Ending
11th April 2021
Junior Easter Holiday Mixed Stableford & Medal
Wednesday saw the junior’s play the first of their holiday
competitions, a stableford won by Thomas with 37 points
beating Oliver by 2 points while in third place with 33
points was Sapphire with Joseph in forth place with 21
Friday’s medal round was again won by Thomas scoring an
impressive Nett 67. Noah was in second place with a 1 under
par 71 while Sapphire was third with a 1 over par 73.
1st Thomas 85 – 15 = 67
Noah 96 – 25 =71
3rd Sapphire 90 – 17 = 73
4th Oliver 105 – 22 = 83
Little Hay Golf Club Week Ending 4th April 2021
It seems like an eternity, but golf’s back.
The seniors kicked of their 2021 season on Thursday when
they played April’s medal.Division
1 was won by David A Smith, David went out 45 home in 46
with 5 pars beating Philip Gonzalez by a shot while Brian
Ridgeway was third after a card playoff.
1st David A Smith 91 – 17 = 74
2nd Philip Gonzalez 95 – 20 = 75
3rd Brian Ridgeway 94 – 19 =75
Chris Brown won division 2, Chris
went out in 56 home in 52 beating Mike Mason by 4 shots
while Paul Buckoke was third.
1st Chris Brown 108 – 39 = 69
2nd Mike Mason 104 -31 = 73
3rd Paul Buckoke 96 – 22 = 74
Saturday saw the men take to the
course when they played April’s medal and Gold Cup.
Ashley Wade won division 1, Ashley went out in 42 home in an
excellent 37 with 2 birdies and 8 pars beating Sam Deering
by 2 shots while Aiden Walsh was third.
1st Ashley Wade 79 – 10 = 69
2nd Sam Deering 78 – 7 = 71
3rd Aidan Walsh 86 – 12 = 74
Kirk House won the Gold Cup and
division 2, Kirk went out 41 home in 40 with a birdie and 8
pars beating Barry Gillespie by 2 shots while Steven
McCarthy was third.
1st Kirk House 81 – 15 = 66
2nd Barry Gillespie 87 – 19 =68
3rd Steven McCarthy 93 – 21 =72