Kenilworth Golf Club

Course Status

Kenilworth: Course open. trolleys and buggies permitted.

Current Events

Llandrindod Wells visit to Kenilworth

Tuesday 17th September 2019


Ladies Autumn Open

Thursday 12th September 2019


Captains' Charity Auction - Four Ball Vouchers - Bidding Open

Tuesday 10th September 2019


2019 Club Champions

Sunday 7th July 2019


Dawn to Dusk challenge

Friday 21st June 2019


Kenilworth Classic Results

Wednesday 12th June 2019


Captains Weekend

Sunday 9th June 2019


2019 Seniors Mixed Open Prize Winners

Wednesday 22nd May 2019


Winners of 2019 Ladies Spring Open

Thursday 16th May 2019


The Garner Salver and Yorke Trophy

Sunday 12th May 2019


Mayor's Charity Golf Day

Wednesday 24th April saw the annual charity golf day for our town Mayor take place once again here at Kenilworth Golf Club.

12 teams took part on what was a day with very mixed weather.  Following registration with coffee and bacon rolls the Mayor, Mike Hitchins had his photo taken with our club Captains and organiser Sue Draper, seen here in lovely weather on the putting green.

Just as the klaxon sounded for the 1.00 pm shotgun start the heavens opened and the poor Mayor was drenched on his walk back to the car!  However, the intrepid golfers, including our Captains, President and Barry the blind golfer assisted by Chris Peake carried on regardless. We were rewarded with some sun before another heavy downpour and all teams managed to finish in a final dry spell.  The 12 teams were made up of 5 local companies, many visitors and some of our own members supporting our town Mayor.

Following an excellent 3 course meal Mike spoke about his 2 charities before the prize giving and note raffle took place.  There were prizes for nearest the pin (Dave Edgeller & Richard Joyce), longest drive (Margaret Smith & Jim McCarthy) and best overall golfer (Margaret Smith), with team prizes for 1st - 4th.  The winning team as seen below were "Captains & Vices" made up of Malcolm Sparrow, Liz Clarke, Mark Draper & Margaret Smith with an excellent score of 99 points and were presented with the claret jug trophy.

Just over £1800 has been raised so far, but there is still money to come in and the hope is that we will get this to £2000. The Mayor's charities are The University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire Trust and the Bulldog Rescue & Rehoming Trust.

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