CAPTAIN’S TRICAST 26/06/2022
Numbers 2 7 2
JACKPOT CARRIED FORWARD
CAPTAIN’S TRICAST 19/06/2022
Numbers 6 3 8
JOHN BARNHAM £44
I would like once again, to thank everyone for supporting the Tri-Cast.
Last week Jason Turner won the £500 Jackpot, well done to Him. This week’s numbers were 031, although there were no jackpot winners. The new jackpot stands at £217.
I would also like congratulate all the golfers who have been successful in competitions since my last blog; –
Wilson Team Scramble – Carl Appleyard, Ian Barratt & David LeSage
Greensomes Cup – Archie Deacon & Stephen Husband
April monthly medal – Phil Marsh (Div2), and other divisional winners Duncan Bustin (Div1), Gary Noble (Div3)
Ladies monthly medal – Sarriya Comfort, (Winning both the Sunday & Tuesdays Medals).
Well done to all.
Team matches have started, with the “A” team drawing their first match, and the “B” team & Ladies team just losing out.
Anyone interested in representing South Kyme Golf Club playing team golf will be welcome. Do try to come and join us in supporting the club, please contact Either Andy Louth, Pete Zammit or Joan Cowie.
This month we have the first AM/AM for a while, with 148 players taking part, and there are plenty of other competitions coming up. See the notice board in the foyer.
CAPTAIN’S TRICAST 01/05/2022
Numbers 0 3 1
JACKPOT CARRIED FORWARD
I would like once again, to thank everyone for supporting the Tri-Cast.
This week is my fourth draw, and I would like to say a big thank you to Pete Zammit for taking over from me whilst I am in lock down due to Covid-19.
This week’s drawn numbers are 459 and although there were no jackpot winners, I would like to congratulate Harry Stanley with numbers 549 for receiving my first pay out on the Tri-Cast, of a consolation prize of £21. The JACKPOT for next week’s draw remains at £500.
I would also like congratulate all the golfers who have been successful in competitions;-
The new South Kyme Shamble – Steve Husband, Ben Wright, Matt Hazelwood, Craig Morris
Winter Saturday Swing Order of Merit – Johnny Oxby
April monthly medal – Shane Wilcox (Div2), and other divisional winners Paul Holder (Div1), John Spooner (Div3)
Ladies monthly medal – Paula Young.
Well done to all.
Just a reminder for all golfers the first roll up practice match for Team South Kyme is at 1pm this Saturday (9th April).
Anyone interested in representing South Kyme Golf Club playing team golf is welcome. Do try to come and join us in supporting the club.
I would like again, to thank everyone for supporting my Drive In and, a big thank you to all who contributed to the halfway house either with help or donations. We raised £86.79 which is a fantastic start for my two chosen Charities (Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance and Teenage Cancer Trust) so a big thank you to all. Well done to the winners on the day Ben Wright and Stephen Husband. and a special well done all to those who helped the Captains side triumph!!!!
The Tri cast produced no winners this week, the drawn numbers were 7 3 8, The jackpot is now standing at £500, and the next Jackpot is under way.
CAPTAIN STEVE’S FIRST TRICAST DRAW RESULT
CAPTAIN’S TRICAST 13/03/2022
Numbers 7 3 8
JACKPOT CARRIED FORWARD
CAPTAIN CAROLE’S HAND-OVER SPEECH
Two years ago, I stood here in great anticipation and full of ideas and plans for my year as Club Captain. However, just over a week later, the Club was closed as we were hit by the start of a Pandemic.
Due to the disruptions, I was asked and agreed to extend my captaincy for an extra year. I would like to say that I have been honoured to carry out the role of South Kyme Club Captain and want to assure you that the last two years of disruption are nothing to do with having a Female at the helm. Things may not have gone as planned but I have had a lot of laughs and enjoyed the good old South Kyme Banter.
Thank you for all your donations to my two Charities. Parkinson’s on the 14th Hole raised £224 and the Captains bunker on the 18th for Macmillan raised £190
Finally, my Captains fund has raised a grand total of £3,334.00. I am still deciding what project to spend it on but I have had some suggestions from you, the members and I thank you all for your support.
My Captaincy would not have been possible without the help of many people, so I have some thank you’s.
Firstly, I would like to thank both the Greens and Catering staff for all their hard work during the past two years, adapting to ever changing rules to ensure that we were able to play golf and enjoy catering whenever possible.
I have some special mentions. Firstly, two Ladies who have helped me by selling Raffle tickets at 7am and always been there to run the halfway house on competition days. Cherryl Mawson and Trina Harvey, would you like to come up. GIFT
Thank you to Pete and Martin. Without your help along the way I would have been lost, so sincere thanks. GIFT
My little Brother Neil, who has always helped and kept my Captains fund totals updated GIFT
There is a young man who helped with my Tricast whenever needed, pestering you for that extra pound. He even followed people to their cars to get their money. On the days he helped takings were always up, so Andy Lowth, you deserve this medal. (Don’t eat it all at once).
And finally, there is a bloke in the background that has chauffeured, fetched and carried almost without complaint. He may not have the baking skills to contribute to the halfway house, or the looks to get into my photo’s but he has been brilliant at getting my Clubs out of the car. So thank you John, and just to remind you, my Captaincy may be over at the Club, but it is certainly not at home! Seriously though, thanks for being such great support. GIFT
And so, it is time to hand over the Mantle. I would like to Wish Steve Barlow and his Vice Captain, Pete Zammitt all the best for the coming year and it is with great pleasure that I now get to present Your New Club Captain, Steve Barlow, with his Captains Jacket and Tie.
Many thanks for your support to all who attended Captains’ Day.
Winner: Barry Rohland
2nd: Mike Rowe
3rd: Larry Stocker
Best Lady: Jane Barlow
2nd: Sue Roberts
Best Gent 0 – 15 Handicap: Nick Millward
Best Gent 16+ Handicap: David Houlton
Nearest the Pin 2nd hole (Ladies): No winner
Nearest the Pin 11th hole (Ladies): Myra Le Sage
Nearest the Pin 8th hole (Gents): Nick Millward
Nearest the Pin 14th hole (Gents): Andy Lowth
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 17/02/2021
What a year this has been, all my great plans and fund-raising ideas have had to be put on hold, good news to you members though you have managed to keep a hold on your cash.
Hopefully, I have managed to meet most of you during the year, if not I look forward to meeting you this coming year, as I have been asked to stay on as club captain for a further year.
I would like to thank all the members new and old for supporting the club in these uncertain times over the past year.
Let’s hope for a better year ahead, until we at SKGC are back up and running, stay safe and look forward to better times when we can get back on the course and play some golf
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 20/12/2020
Captain Carole supplying golfers with Mince Pies & Chocolates.
Thank you to all our members here at South Kyme for the support you have given the club in this strange Covid-19 year.
Let’s hope that 2021 is a much better year.
Stay safe everyone and enjoy your golf.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all.
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 12/12/2020
CHRISTMAS CARDS 2020
I have been asked to put out a message about Christmas Cards this year, with the clubhouse being closed.
Some members have decided to make donations to the Club, Seniors or Ladies Captains’ charities instead of sending cards.
We would, therefore, be grateful for any and all donations.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy (and hopefully less restricted) New Year.
It is with great sadness that I inform you that Tony passed away last night losing his fight with Covid-19.
Tony was a past Club Captain, Rabbits Captain and a member of the Senior Section.
Tony’s wife has requested privacy at this sad time.
Our thoughts are with Catrina, family and friends.
Stay safe everyone,
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 13/09/2020
South Kyme golf club was honoured to host the Lincolnshire Union of Golf Clubs Seniors Championships on the 9th September 2020.
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 21/08/2020
CAPTAINS’ DAY – JUBILEE CUP
Congratulations Sue Annibal on winning the Club Captain’s Day Silver Jubilee Trophy.
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 14/08/2020
CAPTAINS’ DAY – JUBILEE CUP
What a fantastic turnout of 110 competitors.
Congratulations to Sue Annibal, winner of Captains’ Day and the Jubilee Cup, with a score of 44 points.
Many thanks to all who donated Cakes and Sausage Rolls.
The Halfway House raised £236 which is split between the Captain’s MacMillan & Parkinson’s Charities and the Lady Captain’s Electric Wheelchair for a Local Child Charity.
Hope everyone who played had an enjoyable day.
Thank you all for your support.
CAPTAIN’S BLOG 30/06/2020
Greetings to all of our Members at South Kyme.
Here at South Kyme we are gradually getting back to normal through what has been a shocker of a start for my year as The Club Captain. With only one week in to my year, Covid – 19 decided to come along and scupper us completely. Thankfully, it looks as though we are through the worst of the pandemic and with Lockdown rules easing; we are starting to build up the club back to be the great place that it is for us all to enjoy again.
I give a great big thank you to all of our members that have stood by us and helped us through the difficult time, and massive thanks goes out to the Greens Staff who have maintained the course during Lockdown. You are all the heartbeat of the club.
I offer a very warm welcome to all of the new members who have joined us and I hope that you are enjoying your golf on our beautiful course. You will find as we return to normal times that South Kyme is a very warm and friendly welcoming club. with the catering due to reopen, I hope that in the coming weeks I will be able to meet up with you to reinforce these words.
To one and all at SKGC Happy Golfing To You All !!
CAPTAIN’S FIRST BLOG 22/03/2020
Today’s Tricast numbers were 3 9 8 and there were no winners or consolation prizes.
The Tricast has now been suspended until further notice.
The Captain’s Blog will resume when everything returns to normal and so will I!
CAPTAIN’S INAUGURATION SPEECH
Mr President, Mr Chairman, Past Captains, Ladies Captain, Members of South Kyme Golf Club.
- I am extremely proud to stand here today as Captain of SKGC. Not only as the first Female Captain of this great Golf Club but also as one of the few ever elected in the County. Never, in my wildest dreams did I imagine when I joined in 2008 that 12 years later I would be stood here. It is a great honour and builds on my being the first Female Rabbits Captain in 2012. Many thanks to the past Captains for putting their faith in me. I hope that I will do you all proud.
- Firstly I would like to thank outgoing Captain Ray for all his sterling work. Not only as Captain but for his work on the course. He and his merry band of men have delivered constant improvements despite the elements often being against them.
- I would like to thank;
Cheryl and Trina for running the Half-Way-House this morning. No doubt I will be calling on you for other occasions during the year.
The Green staff for their efforts in preparing the course for today.
Pete and Martin for now and in advance as I am sure I will be pestering them over the coming months.
Steve Barlow who has agreed to be my Vice Captain. Does he know what he has let himself in for! Time will tell.
- I intend to support two Charities this year both of which mean a lot to me and my daughters. In memory of Mick Fewings and his wife Jean. Mick was a long time member until ill health prevented him from playing. The two Charities are Macmillan’s and Parkinson’s and my Daughter Lucy is a volunteer for both. I will continue to use the 18th Bunker for Macmillan’s and have added the 14th Pond for Parkinson’s. All donations gratefully received.
- One of my Major jobs is to relieve you of cash, so I will continue to run the Tricast to raise money for Projects. I will be looking for suggestions from you the members, where upon I will get costs associated with the suggested project, although the suggestion of a hot tub on the practice green has been refused. (Thanks John).
- As the money roles in, there will be a thermometer to show the total monies raised so you can follow how we are progressing. Thanks in advance to my Brother Neil who will run this for me.
- During the year I look forward to working and associating with all sections and their members within the club. If anyone in the club has any issues feel free to approach me and I will be happy to listen and chat (unless your name is Mick or Gary).
You must all be bored by now so I will finish by wishing you all a happy and successful golfing year.
Good evening everyone,
12 months have come & gone, & unfortunately many of them with record rain fall. As I hand over the Captaincy next week this will be my last blog to you all. I would like to start by thanking all of you who have supported me in the weekly draw by religiously putting in your pounds, as you know this is split between the Captains fund & the Tricast, not only does it give you a chance to win the jackpot, it raises vital funds to be able to improve the course & the club house. I am pleased to say I have paid out 5 Jackpots & 33 consolation prizes through out my year. I hope your next Captain “Carole” enjoys the overwhelming support I have had from many of the members, but a special thanks go to the Seniors who have a 5 day membership for their support & banter, you will now be able to walk into the club house without having to run the gauntlet, I appreciate how difficult it must have been getting past both myself & Pete Williams to pay the competition subs. (Thanks Pete for the intensive training course on how to do it).
Todays draw pulled out the numbers 400, with no winners or consolation winners I will be passing over £68.00 to your next Captain for next weeks draw..
Many thanks once again for all your support for my year in office.
sorry about the delay with yesterdays blog but the server decided to go on strike, any way up & running this morning so here are the Tricast draw numbers. 986 were the lucky numbers but unfortunately not for many of you, however Mick Dalby had them in the correct order so wins this weeks jackpot of £120.00. Well done Mick.
Todays Tricast draw numbers drawn were 392, no winners or consolation prizes.
Just think if won last week with 932 you could have had a consolation prize this week, & yes all the other numbers were in!.
nearly an inch of rain again overnight so not surprised the course was closed, however with a club full of members for the annual draw, the Tricast draw took place immediately after. Todays numbers were 932 which produced no winners or consolation prizes.
Next weeks estimated jackpot should be £75.00. Good luck.
Another Sundays golf spoilt by gales, sleet & rain, I just wonder when the weather is going to pick up & let us catch up on the cancelled games. Todays £500.00 Tricast jackpot was won by Richard Attwell with 113. Well done Richard.
Unfortunately 11mm of rain over a short period closed the front nine today & cancelled the medal, but on a brighter note the Sunday lunch & Tricast draw both went ahead, the numbers drawn were 495, again no winners & also no consolation winners. The jackpot rolls over to next week with an estimated £480.00 up for grabs.
Good evening once again,
I can’t believe another week has passed already, we really are on the count down to end of my captaincy in March. After a dry week it has to spoil itself & rained again, hopefully not to much so we can’t get out tomorrow & do some more drainage work on the course. We have a lot of clearing up to do after the trenching that has take place last week.
You just know its your day when you come in with a nett 63 & then take a consolation prize in the Captains draw, very well done Glyn Lewis, the numbers drawn were 237, no winners but sharing the consolation prize with Glyn were Tony Harvey & D Tinkler, each receiving £10.00. The jackpot rolls over & is an estimated £440.00.
See you all next week so you can get your lucky numbers for Sunday.
Good evening all,
Well what a difference a bit of sunshine makes, a lot of happy golfers & no grumbles, if it manages to stay like this for a few days the course should dry out a bit with all the drainage work that has taken place, yes, still a lot to do but we are getting there. The 9th fairway will be tackled tomorrow & then in front of the ladies tee on the 18th.
The Tricast draw today produced the numbers 778, no winners or consolation prizes so the estimated jackpot will be in the region of £380.00, worth having, so don’t forget to get your numbers.
Not another good day for golf unfortunately, with another down pour last night leaving the course a little damp in places. However no matter what the weather the Tricast draw goes ahead. Todays numbers drawn were 812 with nobody having them in the correct order it was left up to my Vice Captain Carole Fewings to take the consolation prize of £19.00. Well done Carole.
it was nice to see many smiling faces today as the weather was for once in our favour, good company & 16 holes open. It is hoped with a decent day tomorrow we will mange to finish the work on the 7th hole, which will allow all 18 to be playable again. While we are on a roll I am pleased to say the Tricast jackpot was won today with the LUCKY numbers 666, well done Nick Fewings, I can assure you Nick I wasn’t have a laugh when you asked me to put in some random numbers for your second choice. The new Jackpot stands at £290.00 so good luck. Happy New Year to you all.
Firstly I must apologise for being late with my blog, as with other things, best laid plans don’t always happen. Another wet week & like most clubs in the area we have our challenges but do get a game in now & again.
The Tricast draw always take place regardless of the weather & this weeks numbers were 267, again no winners & no consolation prizes. The £500.00 rolls on for another week, so good luck with your selections.
May I take this opportunity to wish every member a Happy Christmas & a Prosperous New Year.
Good evening once again,
After todays Christmas dinner at the club, the Tricast numbers 137 were drawn. No winners or consolation winners this week. So yet again another rollover.
Good luck to all for next weeks draw. Regards, Ray.
Unfortunately the weather beat us again today with the loss of our Christmas Cracker competition & presentation day. However the Tricast draw went ahead as usual. 132 were the lucky numbers drawn & with no winners once again only Carl Markham came away smiling as he claimed the consolation prize of £27.00. Well done Carl. The £500.00 jackpot will roll over to next week & could possibly make a nice Christmas bonus for someone.
Good luck, Ray.
I can’t believe we only have this month left & another year has passed by, lets all hope 2020 will be a drier year & we can all enjoy some good golf . The Tricast numbers drawn today were 618, no winners & no consolation prizes so the Jackpot rolls over to next week.
Good luck again, Ray.
well we managed to have 9 holes open for the Winter league today, & it was nice to see the club house back in use on a Sunday, & many of you subscribing to the Tricast in the hope of winning the jackpot. 968 were the lucky numbers but no ones luck was in today, so the jackpot rolls over to next week so we can all try again.
Good luck. Ray.
what a miserable wet week again, not much golf played & not many on the Tricast sheet, however the draw went ahead & the numbers drawn were 432, no winners & one consolation winner. Alister Grant receives £12.00 . Well done Alister, you are having a good run of luck these last few weeks. Don’t forget there is still a £500.00 jackpot up for grabs.
the weeks seem to fly by & here we are again on another Sunday evening, although the course was closed & the Halifax Trophy competition had been cancelled, there was a good turnout of members for the Memorial Service which took place at the new site near the Clubhouse. The Tri-cast was drawn to a conclusion today, as the reserve jackpot has reached £500.00. It took 5 attempts to draw the winning numbers which were 349 & the lucky winner was Mick Whitehouse. Well done Mick.
Don’t forget we are still drawing for £500.00 next week so get your numbers. Also please remember we have the AGM tomorrow night so if you want to know what’s going on in the Club come along & find out.
Unfortunately only a few in the club house today owing to the bad weather yesterday, but the Tri cast draw went ahead as usual, the numbers drawn were 927. Again no winners or consolation winners. As the reserve Jackpot now stands at £500.00 the main Jackpot will be repeatedly drawn next week until we have a winner.
Good luck to all who enter.
Todays Tri cast draw took place with only 3 members in the club house, due to the bad weather yesterday, 755 was drawn out with no winners or consolation winners. The jack pot rolls over once again to next week.
Yet another week goes by & no one wins the Jack pot. Andy Ballantyne came close but not close enough, the winning numbers were 192 so Andy having them in the wrong order gets a £38.00 consolation prize. Surely it must go soon, so keep getting your numbers.
Todays Tri-Cast numbers drawn were 682, again no jackpot winner but 1 consolation prize winner. Well done John Stephenson you win £30.00. The jackpot will roll over for another week.
Good evening all,
Tri-cast numbers drawn today were 040, no winners or consolation winners. Yet another roll over next week.
Todays Tri-cast draw numbers were 406, no winners but a consolation prize goes to Mr (I never win anything, for a 2nd time) Mr Norman Beavis who receives £25.00. Well done Norman but please give someone else a chance. The £500.00 Jackpot rolls over for another week.
Yesterdays Tri-cast numbers drawn were 348, again unfortunately no winners but a consolation prize of £29.00 goes to Mr John Spooner. £500.00 up for grabs again next week.
Yesterdays Tri-cast numbers drawn were 278. No winners & no consolation prizes were won. Yet again the Jackpot rolls over to next week.
Yesterdays Tri-cast numbers drawn were 016. Again no lucky winners but 3 consolation prizes of £9.00 each go to
S Wilcox, A Duncan & G Stanton, well done all. The Jackpot rolls over again to next week.
Todays Tri-cast draw numbers were 063. We have no winners but 3 consolation prizes of £12.00 each, which go to Mike Rowe, John Barnham & Dave Holton. Well done to all. Next weeks Jackpot still rolls over for £500.00.
Owing to the Club Championships yesterday the Tri-cast draw was poisoned until this morning, the unlucky numbers 222 were drawn out & guess what, no winners or consolation prizes.
The £500.00 Jackpot rolls over again to next week.
Good morning, the Tri-cast draw yesterday produced the numbers 263 with no winners or consolation winners.
Next weeks draw will be for the jackpot of £500.00
today was captain’s day & what a good day I had & by the comments received so did many of you, which is what its all about. A little windy, a tiny bit of rain towards the end & a lovely halfway house put on by the Ladies Captain Myra with the aid of all the cake makers in her section & my good Lady serving the drinks. There were many winners today in all the various categories & well done to all, but todays overall winner with a magnificent hole in one in the process goes to Mrs Heather Dopierala, congratulations Heather.
The Tri-cast draw with the numbers 622 failed to produce any winners or consolation prizes today so the £500.00 jackpot rolls over to next week. Don’t forget you have to be in it to win it.
Todays Tricast draw numbers were 652 with no one having them in the correct order, however J Oxby collects a £48.00 consolation prize for having the correct numbers in the wrong order. Good try but not quite good enough. The jackpot will roll over to next week with the magical £500.00 up for grabs.
After heavy rain yesterday & more during the night it was good to see the course open this morning for the 4th round of the Stableford Championship. Todays winner was Daniel Holt with a great score of 43 points. Well done Daniel.
The £500.00 Jackpot was up for grabs again today with the lucky numbers being 602, this was won by Bill Cambell, who must have felt guilty walking past me yesterday on his way out & came back to put in his pound. Good move Bill & well done. The estimated Jackpot for next week is £350.00 so still worth having a go.
Short & sweet tonight as time is pressing. The Tri-cast numbers in todays draw were 838, again nobody wanted to win so the £500.00 jackpot rolls over onto another week. We also had no consolation winners. Better luck next week.
Once again at the click of the fingers the weekend is upon us & we were out playing in the Ted Maplethorpe Memorial Bowl, which was a Junior fund raising competition. The winner with 38 points was our last years Captain Garry Noble, well done Garry & enjoy your camping trip. (I am sure it talks of heavy rain & flash floods).
Todays tri-cast numbers drawn were 457, unfortunately no jackpot winners but we had 2 consolation prizes of £20.00 going to John Barnham & Phil Corby, so the £500.00 rolls over again to next week.
Today was the July Monthly Medal, playing conditions could have not been better, no wind & plenty of sunshine & a winning score of 69 by Jim McLellan. Well played Jim.
Todays tri-cast numbers drawn were 077, unfortunately no Jackpot winners or consolation winners, so the £500.00 prize rolls over to next week. Don’t forget you have to be in it to win it, so get your numbers.
Todays competition was the Presidents Cup which was played in good weather but with a fresh wind, the eventual winners were the team of S Wilcox, G Houlton, D Houlton & C Fuller with a score of 110 points. We also had 7 winners of the 2s comp. C Chamberlain, A Lowth, R Mead, B Holden, C Fuller, G Houlton & B Palmer each winning£8.40.
Todays tri-cast numbers drawn were 607, no jackpot winners & no runners up, so the Jackpot remains at £500.00.
Good luck for next week.
Good evening once again, how the weeks fly by,
Thank goodness we have had a dry week & been able to catch up on the course maintenance after loosing a full week of cutting. It’s been all hands on deck & both with the ground staff & volunteers I think they have done remarkably well & deserve a big thank you. We had a busy week competition wise with the Coningsby Open & Lincolnshire V Leicester & Rutland County, I am pleased to say Lincolnshire retained the trophy.
Todays competition was the Summer Scramble won by P Marsh, A Hunt & S Smithson with a score of 73.75. Well done lads.
The tri-cast numbers drawn today were 702, no jackpot winners but 2 consolation winners, Jim Goodrum & Shirley Westlake, Shirley having changed her last number from a 4 to a 0. Both receive £22.00. Next weeks Jackpot is £500.00.
Good luck to you all.
Good evening all,
Well after a week of intense rain I am please we could go ahead with todays Pinehurst Foursomes competition, although there were a few puddles about, looking at the scores it didn’t hamper the top 3 teams very much. Winning with 42 points on countback were Mick Whitehouse & Clive Byles from the Father & Son team of Richard & Ryan Trow. Very well played.
Todays Tri-cast draw numbers were 917 again no jackpot winners & no consolation prizes this week. lets hope we can have a winner next week, so please don’t forget your numbers
Good evening all,
Todays tri-cast draw numbers were 573, again no winners but 2 lucky consolation winners, £19.00 each to John Pearce & Mr (I never win anything) Norman Bevis. Todays winner of the 3rd round of the Stableford Comp was Andy Hunt with a very respectable score of 43 points. Well done to you all
Good afternoon all,
Todays Tri-cast draw numbers were 065, unfortunately no winners but a consolation prize of £45.00 goes to Andy Davis for having the correct numbers in the wrong order. It looks like you need be an Andy to win if the past 2 weeks are anything to go by.
Well done Andy & good luck to all for next week.
26th May 2019
Good evening all,
the 2nd round of the Stableford Championship took place today with some very good scores being returned, 1st place goes to Alex French with a magnificent score of 42 points closely followed by Phil Marsh with 41 points. well played to both of you.
Todays Tri-cast was drawn & yes we had a winner this week, Andy Hunt came up with the correct numbers 820 & is now £500.00 better off. Congratulations Andy & now you can’t moan you never win anything. The prize fund for next week will be approx. £300.00 so don’t forget your numbers.
Good luck to all.
19th May 2019.
Good afternoon all,
making up for the late post last week so a couple of hours early.
What a busy week end the Club has had. Saturday saw the Small Beers Am Am with aprox 180 members & visitors taking part in the event, weather was kind & some great scores were recorded. The winning team with 127 was Alan Wells & his water Buffalo’s winning on count back from the Dunrobsons, (not a good idea Alan pushing the Captain back into 2nd place, you could find your personal start Tee being the 4th) only joking, well played to you all. Thanks must go to all the people who made this happen, from every one in the Pro’s shop, the starters, card checkers, bookers in, green staff & volunteers, Rabbits section for providing the halfway house, the Ladies who served up all the refreshments & not forgetting all the kitchen & bar staff.
Sunday saw the Bogey Cup competition being played, the start was delayed due to poor visibility, but once underway the weather was fine & warm. Todays winner was John Stephenson with a score of +3 beating Carl Markham on count back into 2nd place. Well played both of you. The Tri-cast draw numbers were 544, again no winners & no consolation winners so the £500.00 jackpot rolls over once again.
Good luck for next week.
13th May 2019.
Good evening all,
apologies for a late blog but wasn’t home till late last night, so straight into the Tri-cast results. 437 was the lucky numbers, again we had no winner & 2 consolation prize winners. £20.00 each to S Horne & Mark Dewhurst, well done Lads.
The £500.00 jackpot rolls over for another week.
5th May 2019.
Good evening all,
Yet another Sunday has quickly come round & the Monthly Medal has been played, todays winners were Div 1 Cameron Chamberlain 72, Div 2 Geoff Annibal 72 & Div 3 Neil Audis 75, well played to you all.
This weeks Tri-cast numbers were 033, no winners & no consolation prizes so the £500.00 Jackpot rolls over to next week. Don’t miss out so get your numbers either from me or in the Pro’s shop.
28th April 2019.
Good evening all,
Todays competition was the Wilson Scramble which was very well attended, the weather was much kinder than yesterday which reflected in the final scores. The winning team consisted of A Hunt, M Gibb & P Simmonds with a score of 64.3 it was all very close with .5 of a shot separating the top 4 places. Well done lads.
This weeks Tri-cast numbers were 209 unfortunately no winner but yet again a consolation winner, Martin Howard who wins £45.00.
Thanks to all again for taking part.
21st April 2019
Good evening all,
Today we held the 1st round of the Stableford Championship in glorious sunshine, obviously like myself, looking at the scores, some of us can’t stand the heat, unlike Dean Blair who came in with a majestic 44 points. Well done Dean.
This weeks Tri-cast numbers were 104, again no winners but 2 consolation prizes of £26.00 each go to M Walker & I Barrat, the £500 Jackpot will roll over to next week. Up to now we have paid out a total of £179.00 in consolation prizes so its well worth having a go.
Thanks to all for taking part.
14th April 2019
Good evening all, today we held the Greensome Cup competition on a rather cold day with a refreshing wind towards the end. My congratulations go to the winners, Andy Lowth & Cam Chamberlain with a very respectable score of 67.6.
This weeks Tri-cast numbers were 430, there was no jackpot winner but we had 2 consolation winners each receiving £23.00, Mr Pete Williams & Sue Duncan. The estimated jackpot for next week will be £500.00. Thanks to all took part.
7th April 2019
Good evening all & welcome to my 1st blog.
May I start by thanking Shawn & Gary for standing in to do the Tri-cast while I was away for the last couple of weeks.
This weeks numbers were 937, no jackpot winner, but 1 consolation winner, congratulations go to Tracey Chamberlain who receives £45.00. The Jackpot now stands at £405.00.
Today we held the April Medal & the winner was Miles Lynch with a net 71, well played Miles.
Thanks to all who took part.
31st March 2019
Hi everyone, Just a update from me on behalf of our Club Captain who will be back from his holidays this week. Last weels tricast numbers were 001, there were no Jackpot or consolation winners. This week the tricast numbers were 147, there were no Jackpot winner but there was two consolation winners, John Stephenson and des Tinks who both win £18 each.
10th March 2019
Hi everyone, My year is coming to a end and I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the tricast, I finish today with another Jackpot winner (Dick Hayes) numbers 143 that
s nine Jackpot winners overall. Thanks to the help of Martin Howard who prints the results in the club and prints the next weeks sheets, we could not do it without his support. I hand over to my Vice Captain Ray Duncan next week and I hope you support him as well as you have me. Everybody who came to my end of year party last night, I hope you enjoyed yourselves. I have had a amazing year, I would just like to finish by again thanking you all for making my year as Club Captain so enjoyable.
3rd March 2019
Hi everyone, Today was the March Medal which was won by Graham Leech with a net 66. As announced last week today`s tricast was for a jackpot of £500, I had to do six draws before I got a winner and the lucky recipient was Sue Duncan. Next week is my final tricast and once again I will continue drawing the numbers until the Jackpot is won, good luck to you all.
24th February 2019
Hi everyone, I couldn’t be there today as work finally caught up with me, so thanks to my Vice Captain Ray Duncan who did the tricast draw for me in my absence, the numbers drawn were 965 there were no jackpot winners but there were three Consolation winners Carole Fewings, Nick Fewings and Tony Gwillym each winning £15
I have two more tricast draws to do and I can announce that both of them will be guaranteed £500 winners, good luck to you all.
17th February 2019
Hi everyone, Today was a Texas scramble followed by the annual grand draw, the years membership was won by Jonny Oxby so congratulations to him. The numbers for this weeks tricast were 805. I had two consolation winners Gerry Grimshaw and Bruce Fairley who both win £26 The £500 Jackpot again rolls over to next week.
10th February 2019
Hi everyone, unfortunately the weather put paid to today`s competition, only the second time this winter we have fell foul to the weather. The tricast numbers this week were 377, there were no Jackpot winners or consolation winners so the £500 Jackpot rolls over and the back up jackpot is building nicely.
3rd February 2019
Hi everyone, a busy weekend with Rabbits Bash yesterday and the monthly Medal today which was won by Peter Coupland . On March 9th I
m putting on a party to thank you all for your support during my year, tickets are available from the club shop and are free. Todays tricast numbers were 771, there were no Jackpot or consolation winners so the Jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week.
27th January 2019
Hi everyone, Today we had the Wilson Dunhill Cup which was one by Adam Weston with a score of 66. The Tricast numbers this week were 559, I had no Jackpot or Consolation winners so the Jackpot of £500 rolls over again.
20th January 2019
Hi everyone, we woke up this morning to our first frosty sunday, the greens stood up well to the conditions for the quarter finals of the winter league. The tricast numbers this week were 515, I had no Jackpot or Consolation winners so next weeks Jackpot is £500, good luck to you all.
13th January 2019
Hi everyone, This weekend I have put up posters and tickets in the shop for a party on the 9th March, this is a thank you from me to you for your support during my year. The Tricast numbers this week were 116, there was no Jackpot winners but I had 1 consolation winner which was Helen Huthwaite who wins £45
6th January 2019
Hi everyone, Welcome to 2019, I hope you all had a great new year. Today was the January Medal which was won by Jim Garriock with a nett 72 beating Cameron Chamberlain on count back. Today the tricast numbers were 852, there were no jackpot winners or consolation winners so the jackpot climbs to £425
30th December 2018
Hi everyone, Today was a stableford competition which was won by my vice captain Ray Duncan with 42 points on countback. The Tricast numbers this week were 461, there was no Jackpot winners but I had a consolation winner, congratulations to Chris Fowell who wins £28.00 This just leaves me to wish you all a Happy New Year and see you all in 2019.
23rd December 2018
Hi everyone, Today was the annual Christmas cracker, unfortunately the weather beat us and the competition was called off after 11 holes. The presentation of the annual prizes took place in the clubhouse which was packed on this last Sunday before Christmas. The tricast numbers this week were 774, I had no Jackpot winners but one consolation winner, congratulations to Paul Hocking who won £50, this just leaves me to wish you all a merry christmas ans a Happy New Year.
16th December 2018
Hi everyone, This week was the last qualifying round of the winter league which was won by Graham and David Houghton, next week is the Christmas Cracker which looks like being a full field. The Tricast numbers this week were 990, their were no winners this week so next weeks jackpot will be over £300
9th December 2018
Hi everyone, The last couple of days has seen some heavy downpours but the course is standing up well to what is being thrown at it. Today was the 5th qualifying round of the winter league which was won by Andy Clarke & Phil Brunt with 45 points. The Tricast numbers this week were 877, there were no winners this week so the jackpot of £200 rolls over to next week.
2nd December 2018
Hi everyone, last night was the club Christmas party and a good time was had by all, today was the December medal which was won by Darren Facey with a nett 70. The tricast numbers this week were 981, their were no Jackpot or consolation winners so the Jackpot rolls over to next week.
25th November 2018
Hi everyone, despite the changeable weather conditions the course is holding up well, with the greens being very receptive. Yesterday the Rabbits had their first texas scramble and today was the latest round of the winter league, with richard Sadler and Andy ballyantine coming out victorious. Once again I have to thank everyone for their support on this weeks tricast, the winning numbers were 978, their were no jackpot winners but four consolation winners each winning £12.
18th November 2018
Hi everyone, The sunny weather continues over south Kyme if not a little cooler. Today we had the winter league round, congratulations to John Costello who had a hole in one on the 14th. The tricast numbers this week were 235 and our Lady captain Myra Le Sage was the lucky winner receiving £186.00
11th November 2018
Hi everyone, Today we had the Halifax trophy which was won by Ben Wright & Adam Weston, after the presentation of the prizes we had the memorial service down by the third green. I had a great response from you the members on the tricast this week, the winning numbers were 886, there was no jackpot or consolation winners so the jackpot rolls over to next week.
4th November 2018
Hi everyone, Today we had the November medal which was one by Tom Siswick with a 69. The weather looked like it was going to be wet but dried up just after we started. The Tricast numbers this week were 840, congratulations to Ian Barrett who wins £372. Next week sees the Halifax memorial trophy with a shotgun start, see you all next week.
28th October 2018
Hi Everyone, just a quick word this week as I have to shoot back to work, this weeks tricast numbers were 062, there were no jackpot winners but I had one consolation winner, congratulations to bill campbell who wins £46
21st October 2018
Hi everyone, Today was the start of the winter league in what was probably one of the mildest days, the sun was out shining and it was the perfect conditions to play in, the winners of the first round were Bruce Silcock and Ray Jones with a score of 59. The Tricast Jackpot of £500 was won today with the numbers 485, I had two Jackpot winners each getting £250, they were Bruce Fairley and Alan Reynolds, Next weeks jackpot will be approximately £300
14th October 2018
Hi everyone, Today was the October medal, unfortunately the weather played its part and the klaxon was sounded to bring everyone off the course, the rain looks like its in for the day. the bonus for me was a full club house which enabled me to do the tricast early, the winning numbers were 121, there were no jackpot or consolation winners so the jackpot remains at £500
7th October 2018
Hi everyone, The weather was a bit different this weekend with the downpour on Saturday, the course dried out for the club comp followed by the Lincolnshire League Finals which South Kyme hosted. The County were very complimentary about our course and facilities which is a credit to us. The tricast numbers this week were 235 there were no Jackpot winners but there were two consolation winners in Pete Burton and Roger Mead who win £18 each, the jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week.
30th September 2018
hi everyone, The weather continues to stay dry. I have been asked to let you all know it is the intention to stay on main greens this winter. Its the Ryder Cup weekend which is getting a bit tense as I write this. today`s Tricast numbers were 280, there were no jackpot winners but I had two consolation winners Alan reynolds and Neil Jenkinson who both win £20. Next weeks jackpot is once again £500.
23th September 2018
Hi everyone, yesterday we had the Rabbits AM/AM, The team comprising myself, Roger Mead, Mick Mawson and Eric Woods were the winners with a score of 133. My A game came back for a appearance, hopefully it will hang around. Today was the Club V rabbits, but having to leave early do to work commitments ( I know your surprised but I do go sometimes) I haven’t the results of the competition. The tricast numbers this week are 067, there were no Jackpot winners or consolation winners although there was a few pretty close, the Jackpot for next week is back at £500.
16th September 2018
Hi everyone, Yesterday we had the South Kyme Masters which was won by Steve Barlow. today we had the Wilson Ryder Cup where the south beat the north 25-21. The tricast numbers drawn today were 628 I had one Jackpot winner so congratulations to Martin Howard who wins £500, next weeks Jackpot is a estimated £440
9th September 2018
Hi everyone, A full house turned out for the Twells AM/AM yesterday, the weather was a bit wet in the morning but stopped at lunchtime for my round in the afternoon. The winners were Richard Sadler, Craig Morris, Lee Marshall & Jo Foster. Today was the string challenge with a small field due to the big comp yesterday. The tricast numbers today were 915, there was no Jackpot winners but I had two consolation winners ( Elaine Sturton and Cherryl Mawson each winning £21 each, the Jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week.
2nd September 2018
Hi everyone, as we now enter autumn the weather is still in summer mode, lets hope this continues. Today we had the September medal which was won by Andy Lowth with a nett 66. The tricast was drawn this afternoon and once again I was so close to giving away £500 with John Brennan one number out 921 and Pete Zammitt 917. The winning numbers were 920, there was no Jackpot winner but I had a consolation winner in Jo Kirschner (902) who wins £47. This week sees the Twells am/am on Saturday and we have nearly a full field.
26th August 2018
hi everyone, this weekend saw our annual Club Championships, we couldn`t have had two so different days of weather, sunny on Saturday and rain today. The ladies nett champion was Sue Roberts who also won the Ladies gross Champion trophy as well. The mens winner of the Stephenson Cup was Shane Wilcox, the division two Champion was Shawn Knaggs, the division one Champion was Cameron Catleugh. The club Champion for 2018 is Paul Russell who had to play a six hole playoff with Cameron Catleugh when they both came off the 18th all square. A big thanks to everyone involved in making this weekend a big success. The tricast was also drawn this afternoon, the winning numbers were 500, there were no winners or consolation winners so the jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week although for the third week running we had one person one number out (Martin howard 501)
19th August 2018
Hi everyone, the weather has changed to a bit cooler but is still pleasant. Today was the August medal and congratulations to Craig Morris who won with a net 68. The tricast this week for £500, the numbers drawn out were 002, unsurprisingly there were no jackpot or consolation winners so the £500 jackpot is up for grabs again next week. thank you once again for your support. Next week sees the Club Championships which are on Saturday and Sunday, good luck to you all who are taking part.
12th August 2018
Hi everyone, a big thank you from myra and myself for your support on our Captains day, we were a bit concerned about the weather but the god
s were shining on us. It was a great day and the overall winner of the Captains day and the Jubilee trophy was Ryan Trow with 43 points. Thanks to our greens staff and catering staff contributed to a great day. Also cherryl Mawson and my wife Sally who helped in the halfway house and carole Fewings who helped on the raffle.My vice captain for taking out the markers and helping me with the tricast. As I announced last week, this weeks tricast was a guaranteed jackpot of £500 so congratulations to Jeff Stanford who was the winner with the numbers 120, but don`t despair there is another £500 up for grabs this week. I thank you all for your generous support .
5th august 2018
Hi everyone, another scorching week we have had and the course is holding up well. Today we had the pleasure of hosting the county fixture of Lincolnshire v Cambridgeshire, this turned out to be a highly competitive match with Lincolnshire winning with the last game on the 18th hole coming out 6.5 to 5.5. My tricast was also drawn today, the winning numbers were 674, there was no jackpot winners but I had a consolation winner, so congratulations to Greame Campbell who wins £38. This means that the reserve jackpot has now reached its maximum so the draw on Captains Day means we will keep drawing the numbers until we get a £500 jackpot winner, so good luck to you all.
29th July 2018
hi everyone, a bit of a change in the weather today, a bit of rain and a strong wind blowing around the course. Congratulations to Steve Horne who won the fourth round of the club stableford competition with 37 points. The tricast numbers today were 068, there were no winners so the jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week. Dont forget the county fixture is on next Sunday so get in early for your chance to win. The sheet for Captains day is filling up nicely and it would be great to see you all there.
22nd July 2018
Good afternoon everyone, not a lot to report this week as work is getting in the way. The tricast drawn today was 618, there were no jackpot or consolation winners so the Jackpot remains at £500, good luck to you all.
15th July 2018
Good afternoon everyone, The lovely sunshine continues, Friday we had the Billinghay Day with Steve Barlow the winner with 45 points. Saturday was the Rabbits Bash with a great round by myself scoring 48 points and a three shot cut. Today The competition was the Ted Maplethorpe Memorial Bowl which was won by Adam Weston with 40 points. The tricast was drawn this afternoon and the winning numbers were 197, we had a unlucky member with 196 but a consolation winner Jodi Kirschner who won £54. The jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week,once again tremendous support from you the members, thank you.
8th July 2018
Good afternoon everyone, The scorching weather continues and today`s event was the Presidents Cup, this was one by the fourball containing Derek Llewellyn, Lee Llewellyn, Rich Remmer and Harry Thompson who came in with 110 stableford points. Today saw the first guaranteed winner of my tricast and congratulations to Graeme Houlton who won £500. The winning numbers were 595. There is another £500 up for grabs next week, so good luck to you all.
1st July 2018
Good afternoon everyone, The warm weather continues and there was another good turnout for today
s medal for both Men and Ladies, there is a busy week ahead with the Senior Captains away day tomorrow and ending with the President`s Cup on next Sunday.The tricast numbers this week were 999, there was no Jackpot winners or consolation winners, this means next Sunday there will be a guaranteed winner,The reserve jackpot is now at £500 so I will keep drawing the numbers until I get a winner, good luck to you all.
24th June 2018
Good evening everyone, we couldn
t have had a better weekend with the sun shining on us, the rabbits celebrated there 20th anniversary on saturday with a competition followed by a barbecue, it was good to see so many people past and present attending. Today was a scramble competition followed by the England game on in the clubhouse, a great 6-1 win for us. Todays tricast was drawn with the numbers 919, there were no jackpot winners and if there are no winners next weekend the weekend of the Presidents cup there will be a continuous draw until we get a winner guaranteeing someone would walk away with £500.
17th June 2018
Good afternoon everyone and a happy Fathers day to all dad
s. Well done to Brian Holden and Sean Baumber who won today`s competition with 50 points. Today`s tricast draw produced the numbers 333, there were no winners today and if this continues its likely that the presidents cup weekend will produce a guaranteed winner as the reserve jackpot is getting close to the maximum, good luck to you all.
10th June 2018
Hi everyone, A nice day for round 3 of the Stableford Champs, congratulations to Pete Burton who won today with 39 points, he his also leading the comp with the best two scores so far and a two shot cut for his troubles. Another good week on the tricast, thanks to everyone who supported it, the winning numbers were 700. There were no winners this week, but i`m getting close to a reserve jackpot which will mean I will keep drawing that particular week until somebody wins, I will keep you informed if the situation arises.
3rd June 2018
Hi everyone, A contrasting weekend with the weather, on Friday it was the Chris Curtis charity day superbly organised by Alan Wells which raised £ 4,375 for the Willow Foundation. On Saturday the Rabbits AM/AM should have taken place but just as it was about to start the heavens opened and dropped a ocean load on the course, this will now take place on the 22nd September 2018. Today was the June medal which had to be a non- qualifier as the bunkers were still full from yesterday, congratulations to Darren Facey with a superb 66, the division three winner also had a good day but modesty prevents me from naming him. Once again I have to thank all you members who took part in my tricast this week, the winning numbers were 685, as there was no jackpot winners the jackpot of £500 rolls over to next week. two people came very close with 687 & 689, Good luck to all participants in this weeks draw.
27th May 2018
Hi everyone, I hope you have had a great weekend of golf, unfortunately I have had to work this weekend so thanks to Ray who did the draw for my tricast today. The numbers drawn were 907, there were no Jackpot winners or consolation winners so the Jackpot remains at £500, good luck to you all this week.
20th May 2018
Hi everyone, what a great weekend of golf we have had, the small beer am/am on Saturday had virtually a full field, the course was in great condition due to the hard work of our greens staff, this competition couldn’t
run without the army of helpers who gave up their time so thank you to you all. Thanks to everyone who entered the raffle raising a magnificent £706 to my project fund. Today saw us play the bogey cup on another perfect day. Another good response to the captains tricast , the winning numbers were 917, their were no jackpot winners but one consolation winner winning £54, well done Sue Annible.
13th May 2018
Hi everyone, Today the weather was totally in our favour despite what the weather forecast said, the competition today was the team trophy and congratulations to Phil Marsh, Richard and Ryan trow who were today`s winners. Another good response to the tricast this week, the winning numbers were 767, there were no jackpot winners or consolation winners so the jackpot next week stands at £500, good look to you all. This Saturday sees the first of our AM/AM competitions, there are a few spaces left if you want to put a team in, see you all next week.
6th May 2018
Hi everyone, the weekend we have been waiting for, glorious sunshine on a medal Sunday, congratulations to Paul Simmonds who won the May medal. Once again I have to thank everyone who entered the tricast this week, the winning numbers were 984, there were no jackpot winners but there were three consolation winners , Geoff Annible and Jim Lee twice, the rollover jackpot now stands at £443.00 getting close to the magic £500 figure good luck to you all next week.
29th April 2018
Hi Everyone, Despite another dose of rain on Saturday, the course managed to be playable for today`s Texas scramble which was won by a great team effort from myself, Ryan Trow and Craig Morris, thanks to Ryan , Craig and myself played from positions we had never been in before, going for the par 5 greens in two, and birdies on all of them. The tricast drawn this afternoon produced the numbers 514, there were no jackpot winners or consolation winners so the jackpot rolls over to next weekend when it will be £396.00
22nd April 2018
Hi Everyone, Despite a drop of rain overnight the course stood up well to it, we had the first round of the stableford championship today with a good field playing. again I have to thank you the members for supporting the tricast, the winning numbers this week were 453 There were no jackpot winners this week so it rolls over to £320.00 next week, I did have two consolation winners and they win £20 each, so congratulations to Alan Reynolds and Brian holden.
15th April 2018
Hi everyone, today we had the greensomes cup, the weather stayed kind to us and we managed to have 18 holes open. Hopefully the weather looks good for the coming week and the course will dry out. Another good week of support from you the members on the tricast, the winning numbers were 236, there was no jackpot winners but there were two consolation winners each winning £22, so congratulations to Rae Munks and Steve Horne.
8th April 2018
Hi everyone, this has been a hectic weekend, finally we managed to do my drive in, thanks to everyone who supported my day and a special thanks to the green keeping staff who worked so hard to get the course ready for play. Sunday we had the lombard trophy and after that I did this weeks tricast draw, the numbers were 945, there were quite a few people all around those numbers but no jackpot winner or consolation prizes either, next weeks jackpot rolls over to £232.00. Thank you all for your support, it was a great effort this week.
1st April 2018
Hi everyone, the weather has put paid to the medal today, but thanks to everyone who entered the tricast this week. The numbers drawn were 393, there were no jackpot winners or consolation winners so the jackpot of £139 rolls over to next week.
25th March 2018
Hi everyone, thanks to everyone who entered the tricast. Thanks to Ray who did the draw in my absence, the numbers drawn were 492, there were no jackpot winners or consolation winners last week so the jackpot rolls over to this week.
Gary Noble Club Captain