County Squad Pre-Season

Pre-season preparations are underway for the 2024 season. Chris White has been appointed County Captain and will be working closely with Robert Barnard the new Team Manager. Robert has been […]

Boys’ Pre Season Preparations in Full Flow

Our squad managers together with local PGA Professionals organised a Clinic at Dereham GC for 20 of our older boys testing their skills against our local head Pro. This was […]

Inter Club Winners 2023

Congratulations to all this seasons winners Barnard TrophySwaffham beat Sheringham Bass Trophy Cullington CupSprowston Manor beat Barnham Broom Handicap LeagueDivision 1 – Winners Eaton, Relegated Mundesley 1Division 2 – Winners […]

Dunston Hall secure ‘Scratch’ crown

DUNSTON HALL became the Scratch Knock-Out champions of Norfolk for the first time after a nail-biting day’s golf at Eaton. Dunston mastered Royal Cromer 3.5-1.5 in the morning semi-finals before […]

Elite Amateur triumph for Ed

ED FEATHERSTONE celebrated turning 18 in fine fashion – by winning the Norfolk Elite Amateur Championship at Royal Norwich Golf Club. Featherstone’s landmark birthday was two days before the 36-hole […]

Simon says “Wow” after perfect send-off

SIMON CLARK could hardly have written a better script for his final match as Norfolk first-team captain. Not only did Clark lead his men to an emphatic 9-3 Anglian League […]

County Teams

The final round of County matches in the Anglian League take place on Sunday 3rd September against Cambridgeshire. The first team match will be held at Bawburgh Golf Club and […]

Sully Shines in International Company

(Image provided by Leaderboard Photography) SULLY GODDARD produced his best performance to date to finish second in the English Boys’ Under-14 Open Stroke Play Championship for the Reid Trophy. The […]

Boys’ Championship

Back-nine birdie blitz bags Norfolk title for Daniel DANIEL LEGGETT combined a hot putter with inner steel to clinch the the County Boys’ Championship title at Wensum Valley Hotel, Golf […]

Another ‘Feather’ in the cap for Norfolk champ Ed

ED FEATHERSTONE maintained his golden start to the summer by adding the Norfolk Amateur Championship title to his increasingly impressive CV.
The Sheringham High School sixth-former recorded a wire-to-wire win at Royal Cromer Golf Club, powering to an emphatic five-shot success in the 54-hole tournament.