Poor weather ensured that Gorleston Golf Club’s Maddock Tankard fourball competition was postponed for a further week.
Gorleston Golf Club’s Maddock Tankards Greensomes competition had to be postponed owing to heavy rain and high winds.
Gorleston Golf Club’s men’s section held their Monthly Medal.
Gorleston Golf Club’s men’s section played their Monthly Stableford competition in excehllent weather.
The men’s section at Gorleston Golf Club played the Todd and Turner competition, a four ball better ball stableford.
Gorleston Golf Club’s men played for the Ken Gough Trophy which is a fourball betterball bogey competition.
Gorleston Golf Club’s seniors’ section held their annual open competition.
There was been beautiful weather at last for competitors at Gorleston Golf Club who played in the Autumn Cup competitions.
Gorleston Golf Club’s Hambro Team travelled to Diss Golf Club on Sunday to play their Suffolk County Hambro Trophy semi-final against a team from Haverhill Golf Club.
When Glyn Bishop had a heart attack during a round of golf at Gorleston three years ago it was the actions of his playing partners, and the prompt arrival of the East Anglian Air Ambulance, which saved his life.
A charity golf day recognising the good work of the East Anglian Air Ambulance has been held.
A golf day raised more than £3,500 for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) with 18 teams taking part.
The sun shone last week as Gorleston Golf Club’s Men’s Section held the Sir John Drughorn Trophy Club Championship.
Vonnie Thornton held her Ladies Captain’s Day at Gorleston Golf Club.
Gorleston Golf Club’s men’s section played for the Malcolm King Vase and the winner with a super 65 nett was Andy Elliot, with David Wooden second on 66.
The summer continues apace and competition season is in full swing at Gorleston Golf Club.
Gorleston Golf Club are celebrating further success in county competitions.
Summer is moving on apace and the knock-out season in both club and county competitions at Gorleston Golf Club is in full swing.
Once again members of Gorleston Golf Club enjoyed playing their competitions in fine weather.
Gorleston Golf Club players continued their good run in county competitions in a busy spell by winning two out of three knockout matches they competed in in the space of four days.
It was a great week for teams from Gorleston Golf Club in county competitions.
Despite less than ideal conditions the members of Gorleston Golf Club played their competitions undeterred.
Gorleston Golf Club’s Ladies Spring Handicap Cup was won by Penny Platten, with the Coronation Bowl Scratch Trophy going to Jan Parsons.
With the season proper nearly upon us, Gorleston Golf Club member Marion Anderson was able to celebrate an early trophy success with victory in the King George Cup.
A captain of a golf club and her fellow coffee loving members have given a £700 boost to a hospice charity.
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