Members should have received an email via HowDidIDo. There will be three golfing activities taking place on the day.
- An 18 whole qualifying competition. From the blue, white and red tees on the main course.
- A 9 hole non-qualifying competition played from yellow and red tees.
- A ladies team event on the Pitch and Putt course.
Entry to the two competitions on the main course will be through The HowDidIDo application. If you do not have a Handicap you may not be able to book on HowDidiDo. You are still VERY welcome and the Texas Scramble format of the 9 hole event is ideal for all levels of experience.
If you do not have access to HowDidIDo, or have not received the email, please use the Contact Form, to get in touch.
Weekending 15th May
Nigel Hopkinson wins the Men’s May Stableford. Nigel had 6 pars and a birdie scoring 40 points beating David Batten by a point while Steve McCarthy was third with 38 pts. David Batten had by far the best round of the day, playing off a handicap of 7 David had 12 pars and a birdie scoring an impressive 39 pts.
1st Nigel Hopkinson pts
2nd David Batten 39 pts
3rd Steve McCarthy 38 pts
Weekending 15th May
Little Hay seniors played host to Redbourn’s seniors the Redbourn Friars. The weather might not have been that good, gusting winds and a lot of much needed rain, which might have put a spoiler on the tie but as always these matches are played in good humour, followed by a good lunch. Little Hay Lost at Redbourn by a point but managed to win the home tie by a point. Little Hay 3 ½ pts Redbourn 2 ½ pts
Julie Mace plays to her handicap, scoring 36 points to win this year’s Ladies Bland Shield
Roger Sparks impressive Nett 68 secured his second win of 2022. Roger went out in 47 home in 50 with 2 pars beating John Poston by 3 strokes while Kenneth Chalk was third with a Nett 74.
Little Hay Golf Club
Herts Friendly League Stevenage vs Little Hay
The men with some help from the senior section traveled to Stevenage Golf Club for their second match of their League campaign. As always Stevenage were great hosts and the course was in great condition especially the greens. We might have lost the match but Little Hay’s pairing of Darren Green & Ivan Lawrence had the consolation of returning the best better ball score of the day, an impressive 43 pts closely followed by Andy Smith & Tony May’s 42 points for Stevenage. Little Hay’s five team’s managed an average score of 37 pts, but Stevenage’s average of 38 pts saw them win the tie by 5 points.
Stevenage 191 Little Hay 186