What an exciting Ryder Cup...
In all due respect to the USA team they were due a win and they did exactly that - win it. It was a great display of golf, and it's certainly excited everyone around York GC as the range and course has been very busy.
It may also be down to the glorious weather and many trying to make the most of reducing daylight hours.
Golf is a game of fine margins, and accuracy is key.
However when it comes to driving, it appears to be a whole different ball game as you can see from the picture...
It has been great to hear such great feedback about the Course Development work that is underway at the moment.
At the time of writing the 2nd and 4th have been completed (subject to turfing) and look absolutely superb.
The 5th is nearly completed and there are lots of happy members talking about the fairway bunker being filled in..
Great work by everyone involved and many thanks to those playing for co-operating with the work going on.
Many, many thanks to those of you who have kindly taken the time to fill in our Equipment survey. Whilst I get to see the feedback when the survey closes, I am aware there has been a lot of responses.
If you haven't yet filled in my survey, please click here
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Your answers are a great help for us in deciding what lines we stock, and whilst it is impossible to cater for everyone we do have a big shop to fill and we try our best. Please remember that if you are looking for something that we don't appear to stock, in most cases we will still be able to get what you are looking for. Click here
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There was some incredible scoring in the Ryder Cup themed 3 Man Scramble on Saturday. Very well done to Terry Metcalfe, Mark Benton
and Ian Beavis
who scored an incredible nett 55.
Hard luck to John Sudron, Kev Goodrick
and Mike Cooper
who lost out by 0.4 of a shot. That's not even a missed putt..Click here
for the full results.
Well done to Carol Ormiston
on winning the Paterson Trophy on Tuesday with an incredible 6 up. Superb score.
Also very well to Fiona Riley
who played in her first competition since achieving her handicap and won the 9 hole Stableford.
Here in the pro shop we have a couple of cracking offers ready to tempt the bargain hunter in you.No.1
A Motocaddy M1 Lite manual 3 wheel trolley and travel case.
Used for 5 rounds and the customer decided to go for an electric upgrade
Cost new £175
- Special price £125Click here
to find out more
A set of great condition PING GMax irons 4-PW
Cost new £599
- This set half price at just £299
to find out moreAnd finally
Whilst there are lots of pictures of last week's Ryder Cup I thought you would like this one of "Poor Rickie