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Emrys conquers Brandon Wood

Emrys conquers Brandon Wood

The CGS season is in full flight and now at the halfway point having completed our 4th Major event which was held for the first time at Brandon Wood Golf Club. One of the better pay and play courses in the Midlands and those who have played the course will testify to that. The layout lends itself to any of the bigger name courses around the Midlands with almost all of the holes requiring strategic … Read entire article »

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A Dominent Win at Swindon for Howard Browne

A Dominent Win at Swindon for Howard Browne

The CGS 3rd major has come and gone already, the season is well underway…. Members and guests once again came out in good quantity with 33 golfers attending the most recent Major at Swindon Golf Club. The venue is a favourite amongst the CGS members and one described as “A proper golf course”. It’s a venue with tight fairways and where … Read entire article »

Elford breaks his duck at Wharton Park

Elford breaks his duck at Wharton Park

We have to go back to 2010 when the CGS first visited Wharton Park Golf Club a favourite amongst some of the members especially those who have won on previous occasions.  It was Nathan Burrows back in 2011 who tore up the course with 45 points playing off an 11 handicap, an impressive score on some very “speedy” greens back … Read entire article »

Charlie finds form at Founders Day

Charlie finds form at Founders Day

The word for the day was “They are back in business”! That accolade goes to the boys from Coventry who have bounced back from a poor start to the season to triumph boldly at Stonebridge Golf Club. The banter amongst the members was how the Coventry boys who have dominated the last few seasons of CGS majors won’t be winning anything this … Read entire article »

Fix-Up the Ford!

Fix-Up the Ford!

The CGS started the 2015 season by travelling down to Leicestershire to play Longcliffe Golf Club, a course that was well received by the players. With many courses soft under-feet and a little wet in places Longcliffe provided dry fairways. The only issue faced was with the greens which were difficult to read due to unevenness from the many footsteps … Read entire article »