LAST Saturday was the Centenary Open Day for teams of three with the best two stableford scores counting on all holes.

Forty-seven teams of three took part. The winning team won on the count back on the last hole on the front nine, which is unusual for the count to go that far back such was the closeness of the scores; with six points between first and fifth place.

Two teams who would have been in the top five places were disqualified; one for having no signatures on their cards and the other for not having any handicaps displayed on the card; two things that is essential on all cards in competitions.

The highlight of the day was a hole-in-one by Anne Robinson.


1, Bryn Gee, Adam Bayjoo, Anthony Jobson 94 points winning on the count back

2, Paul, Liam and Craig Eva 94 points

3, Colin Fawcett, Liam Fawcett, J. Raymond 91 points

4, Ivor McKenzie, Gerald Slate, Andrew Arnold 88 points winning on count back.

5, Alan Johns, John Hicks, Geoff Davies 88 points

Twos winners were: Anne Robinson x 2 (for hole-in-one), Liam Fawcett x2, Bryn Gee, Mike Beavis, Tony Canny, Chris Oliver, Owain Picton, Shaun Dyson, RJ Roberts, Thomas Hughes, Mike Anderson, Mike Edds, Chris Davies, Ivor McKenzie, Gerald Slate.

Captain John Price carried out the presentation.

This Saturday, will be club President Chris Davies golf day.

On Saturday, August 10 the club will be holding an individual stableford competition for the Tom Stockwood Cup. The entertainment for the evening will be a live group plus a disco and a hot Carvery; tickets are £10 each and all proceeds will be donated to cancer organisation in memory of Pam Price and Jackie Rabbioti.


CONGRATULATIONS to Anne Robinson who hit a hole-in-one last Saturday in the Centenary team of three competition on the 16th hole known as The Gales. Anne has recently returned to playing golf after a long lay-off.


LAST Tuesday 13 ladies played in their weekly stableford competition when the weather changed half way around from cloudy to glorious sunshine; the competition was won by Lady Captain Karen Pullen with 39 points; Karens handicap was reduced by one shot to 15.


1, Karen Pullen 39 points

2, Margaret Hicks 38 points

Last Sunday 13 ladies played for the Lyn Croft Trophy bogey competition and was won by the inform Diane Warlow this time she was not so lucky, as she had her handicap reduced by one shot.


1, Diane Warlow -3

2, Jan Goodridge -1

In the twos competition which was a triple roll over and was won by Jackie Skelhorn.

The next competition will be this Sunday when they play a medal competition for the Golf Union of Wales Rookery Nook sponsored by Braemar Howells.


LAST Tuesday, 24 seniors played in a stableford competition. The competition was won by John Nicholas with 42 points.


1, John Nicholas 42 points

2, Ken Edwards 41 points winning on back nine score

3, Tony Davey 41 points

Twos kitty was shared by Michael Ballentine x2, Russell James, Ken Edwards, Brian Keen and Ian Robertson.

Last Thursday the seniors entertained St Davids in their annual friendly match the result was a half.

Today (Thursday) will be Gwyn French Captains day.

The seniors section will be holding their annual Open Day on Tuesday, August 6.

On Friday, August 9 the senior section will be holding a Stableford competition.

Welsh Team Championship

THE club will be hosting for the first time ever the Welsh Team Championship as part of their Centenary Celebrations from Thursday, August 15 (practice day) to Sunday, August 18 inclusive and the course will be closed to all members and visitors from Wednesday 14 to Sunday 18.


THE juniors played their July monthly medal last Sunday sponsored by Steve Arnold of Port Engineering Ltd, The Docks, Milford Haven.

The winner was Josh Lewis with an excellent nett 67.

This weekend the junior section will play their Junior Club Championship played over the two days with 18 holes played on each day.


LAST Sunday the Tigers played Haverfordwest in the Dyfed Golfing Union division one league match at Milford. The result was a win for Milford by six and a half matches to two and a half matches.

The Tigers will play Garnant Park Golf Club in their last home Dyfed first division league match on Sunday.


THE Rabbits section will recommence their three counties league programme after a few weeks rest on Sunday 4th August when they entertain Tenby Golf club Rabbits teeing off at 11.00am and the following week Sunday 11th August they travel to Carmarthen to play Carmarthen Golf Club Rabbits with a tee time of 11.00am.

Invitation Golf Day

SIMON Ashton managing director of Simon Safety and Lifting Centre Ltd held his fourth successful invitation golf day for customers and guests at the club last Friday.

The weather was glorious all day for the 70 plus golfers who took part in teams of four stableford competition with the best two scores on each hole and all scores on the par threes counting.

Many thanks to the following companies who were the main sponsors .

Portwest, Redwing Shoes, Delta Plus, Honeywell, Unvex, Scott, Mapa Professional, Bolle, Sioen, Centurion, Briggs, Ansell, 3m.

Simon presented prizes.

1, Austwel Ltd 115 points

Chris Davies, Martyn Price, Gwyn French, John Clarke.

2, Sem Logistics 110 points

Glyn Griffiths, Darryl Cleevely, Mark Bradney, Sid Hearn.

3, Amec & Co 109 points

Bryn Gee, Adam Bayjoo, Steve Phillips, Anthony Jobson.

Nearest the pin 6th hole: Andrew Rees.

Nearest the pin 6th hole: Michael Beavis.

Nearest the line 18th hole: Nick Picton.

The raffle was held after the presentation.