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Kenilworth Golf Club

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Kenilworth: Course open - Trolleys and 2 seated buggies permitted.

Current Events

Draw Night in May

Friday 25th May 2018


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Mixed Weekend Away - Tarpoley, Cheshire

Tuesday 22nd May 2018


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Mayors Charity Golf Day Cheque Presentation

Thursday 17th May 2018


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Ladies Spring Open 2018

Tuesday 15th May 2018


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The Winter League Dinner

Saturday 5th May 2018


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Captains Alison Tyler and Jim McCarthy present Acorns with their cheque.

Thursday 3rd May 2018


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It's good to be lucky - Captain Maggie scoops £800 on draw night

Monday 30th April 2018


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Mayor of Kenilworth's 10th Charity Golf Day 25th April 2018

Thursday 26th April 2018


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Ladies Fashion Show 2018

Thursday 26th April 2018


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Professional's Competition - Mike Barnwell

Monday 23rd April 2018


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Kenilworth vs Minchinhampton 2018

On a beautifully sunny day the gentlemen of Kenilworth visited their twin course in Minchinhampton.  Having been created back in 1889 the 2 clubs celebrated their joint centenary in 1989 which initiated a yearly golf day together alternating between the two clubs.  This year it was the turn of Kenilworth to play at the delightfully picturesque club set on top of the Cotswold hills of Gloucestershire.

After a challengingly early start in the KGC car park at 7 am - somewhat alleviated by a medicinal dose of whisky mac - the team set off in bright sunshine for their journey down the Fosse Way.  The sunshine was to last all day - through the bacon bap and brandy breakfast, the 9 holes of greensomes in the morning, the sandwich and chips plus libations lunch, the seriously fought "friendly" 4BBB match in the afternoon and the evening drinks and dinner.

At the conclusion to the dinner speeches were made in the traditional way - and also following tradition - club ties and commemorative glassware were exchanged by the two captains.  The results of the morning greensome matches was a draw with 4 1/2 point to each club. For the afternoon matches home advantage gave Minchinhampton the edge resulting in a 5 4 win to the home team.

David Price, Captain of Minchinhampton, presented Chris Peake with his commemorative glassware and Minchinhampton tie.
Chris Peake presented David Price with his commemorative glassware and Kenilworth tie.


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