Middlesex County Golf Union

Upcoming Competitions

Gowland Salver 2017 Wed 1st Mar (4 days)
County Championship 2017 Fri 9th Jun (104 days)
Mid Amateur Championship 2017 Thu 22nd Jun (117 days)
Coronation Bowl 2017 Wed 12th Jul (137 days)
Middlesex Youths Championship 2017 Mon 24th Jul (149 days)
Middlesex Seniors Championship 2017 Fri 28th Jul (153 days)
Middlesex Handicap Championship 2017 Sun 17th Sep (204 days)

News

Non-Qualifying Scores

25th January 2017


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MCGU AGM Notice & Papers

28th December 2016


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MCGU Gala Dinner & Entertainment

29th November 2016

Friday 17th February 2017 - Tara Hotel London Kensington
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MCGU/MLCGA Merger

13th November 2016

Proposed Merger of Middlesex County Golf Union and Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association
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James Ellis secures Gowland victory

1st October 2016

James Ellis defeats Robbie Johnson in extra holes to win title.
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Food & Beverage Operations Workshop with Steven Brown

27th September 2016

F&B workshop at Crews Hill GC on Wednesday, 26th October
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Presidents Foursome & Middlesex Sixes 

A mild Sunday afternoon, perfect conditions to contest the finals of our two season running competitions the prestigious Presidents Foursomes and Middlesex Sixes.

West Middlesex were to battle it out with Muswell Hill in the Presidents Foursomes and Pinner Hill were facing a second West Middlesex team in the Sixes.

6 competitive pairs marched onto Hendon GC's first tee in support of each other and their opponents. Game ON! 


Presidents Foursomes:

West Middlesex's third pairing secured the first point for their team only for Muswell Hill to reply with a win to balance the books. 

All rested with Match 2 who reached the tricky par 3, 17th hole. It was close right to the end with West Middlesex coming out victorious. 


Middlesex Sixes:

Almost mirroring the Foursome final it was a win a piece for Pinner Hill and West Middlesex, everything came down to the last match. Those in the clubhouse waited with baited breath.

West Middlesex made back to back birdies on the 13th & 14th to go 3up - Pinner Hill missed a birdie chance on the 15th but bounce back  on the 16th to take the match back to 2 with 2 to play. 

Old dog Larry who had been excellent all day on the par 3's did not disappoint landing another superb tee shot hole high.  West Middlesex won 2&1 and acheived  the double. 

It was a pleasure to follow and watch great ball striking and recovery skills from all four players. 





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