We played in the BKB at Burnham & Berrow at the weekend. It had been pushed back from March. Up against The Army in the first round was a very tough draw. All 6 of their players were scratch or better. We lost 2.5 to 0.5 – good effort by Harry MF and Matthew Hansford […]
It was great to be back last week representing the OCGS in the Mellin at West Hill. The Mellin started many years ago when old boys who were coming to the end of their Hewitt careers or had finished decided they wanted to carry on playing competitive old boys golf. The first 16 sides went […]
The teams are as follows. All support welcomed. Wednesday 30 June 9am v Lancing – Peter Burles Salver John Schofield Richard Williams Martin Riddiford Jaimie Fuller Martin can’t play in the afternoon so Colin Ferguson will step in for him. Wednesday 30 June 1030am – Bunny Millard Salver Derek Lyons Tony Mote Thursday 1 July […]
Very pleased to report an excellent qualifying effort by our boys yesterday at Royal Ashdown. 91 points accumulated in very wet conditions was an outstanding effort and probably our record score ever. We finished second to Millfield who had 93 points and 10 points clear of Aldenham in third!! Harry Millburn-Fryer and Giles Pickford scored […]
The 2021 fixture list has now been published. Please contact the organiser if you wish to play.
I regret to announce that following the revised UK Government guidelines announced last evening the Committee has had no alternative but to cancel this year’s Halford Hewitt. This is not a decision that has been taken lightly and alternative methods of staging the competition were considered, including avoiding access to the clubhouses and keeping social […]
We have drawn Fettes in the Halford Hewitt. We play at 1010 at Royal St Georges on Thursday 2 April. All supporters very welcome. In the Mellin we have drawn Lancing in the first round on Thursday 9 July. You might know that I have taken over from Max. Would like to thank him for […]
Lionel Scott sadly passed away on 30 December at his care home in Sussex. He was 98 – his grandson, Harry Grimshaw, says they all thought he would make a 100 but 98 was not a bad innings. One of the greatest OCGS golfers. From Philip Truett: I am attaching a very interesting extract about […]