RUTLAND COUNTY SENIORS Web Site                                  Rutland County Golf Club

Welcome to Rutland County Golf Club Senior's Section WEB site. The purpose of this site is keep our members fully informed of what is happening within the Senior's Section of Rutland County Golf Club. Within its pages you will find the Events Diary, which gives the FULL list of events for the coming year. This page links with the draw sheets for all the competitions and the teams picked for each of the Inter Club matches, of which we have 24 this coming season.  A pictorial introduction to this years Seniors Committee Members, so you know who to contact with ideas, compliments and complaints.  A write up of the week’s events is posted in Latest News, so everyone knows where the prizes are going, and the handicap changes. The Seniors Open, click here for a link to the page for details. The History Site has been designed to run in parallel to the main Seniors WEB site rutlandcountyseniors.net . Designed to cover historical subjects and photos of events over the years since it’s inauguration.

Welcome

New Members

The Committee 2018

New members are most welcome. We do ask that on your first day at the club you make contact with our Brian Kirby the WEB Master to enable him to record your contact details. Contact The Club’s main office can be contacted:-    Telephone: 01780 460330  
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Captains Charity 2018

Captain’s Message for 2018

Having moved up to Rutland from Essex four years ago, I was looking for a new club to join.  What distinguished Rutland County for me as compared to its possibly more illustrious neighbours, was how friendly and welcoming everyone was.  I was soon "absorbed" into the seniors family, playing every week with different characters (of varying degrees of skill and age!).The condition of the course now is superb - the fairways, in particular, are as good as any course I have played.  The layout offers challenges to the lower-handicappers with its slopey greens and almost constant wind, yet is relatively friendly to the odd (in my case "frequent") wayward shot. I'm looking forward to a rewarding year and to making more friends. Keep your head still and enjoy your golf!"
Simon Gauntley Captain
Steve Markham Vice Captain
Ron Jenkins Secretary
Keith Wright Treasurer
Mat Kunen Committee Member
John Killin Committee Member
John Crossley Committee Member
Richard Simmons Committee Member
John Adkins Immediate Past Captain
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