Long Ashton Golf Club has held two successful golf days, the mixed open and the captain’s charity day.
Clevedon assistant professional Ashley Mansell has won the West Region Championship held at Burnham & Berrow.
There was a thrilling conclusion in the seniors’ club championship held at Clevedon Golf Club.
Clevedon Golf Club’s Heather Priestley kept up her fine form with victory in the ladies’ betterball open.
Long Ashton Golf Club member Nathan Moore won the club’s junior open, the first home player to win since European Tour player Chris Wood in 2004.
The latest midweek Stableford competition at Clevedon Golf Club was decided by countback in both divisions.
Tall Pines Golf Club ladies’ section is holding an open day, with proceeds going to support the Springboard Opportunity Group.
A fundraising competition was held at Clevedon Golf Club with Billy Blackall emerging as the winner.
Clevedon Golf Club member Mike Butler shot a nett 64 to win the seniors’ Eric Mayoh Salver.
Clevedon Golf Club saw another week of competitions, with some fine scoring being recorded by home players and visitors.
Clevedon Golf Club’s men’s and ladies’ sections saw fierce competition in all categories.
Andy Ferris produced two steady rounds to clinch the club championship title at Clevedon Golf Club.
Volunteers gave up their free time to make ‘desperately needed’ improvements to Portishead’s public golf course.
An in-form trio of Clevedon Golf Club ladies won the open bowmaker held at the club.
Clevedon assistant professional Ashley Mansell earned back-to-back regional pro-am victories at Tiverton.
Golfers at Long Ashton turned out in force to contest the new Tony Hynam Trophy Open competition.
Clevedon Golf Club members enjoyed a busy week, with many competitions being played.
Long Ashton golfer Chris Wood has decided to auction off his signed Ryder Cup bag to raise money for Children’s Hospice South West.
Clevedon Golf Club assistant pro Ashley Mansell won the first pro-am held at Clevedon for 10 years.
Long Ashton Golf Club member Alex Giles is the new Gloucestershire Ladies county champion.
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