August 2015 ~ Christian Golf Society | Church Golf | National Church Golf Cup in partnership with CVM

Gatland and Gatland of Refresh Church, Surrey Crowned 2015 Champions ofCGS National Church Golf Cup

Congratulations to John and Marion Gatland of Refresh Church, Molesey in Surrey who were the winners of the 2015 CGS National Church Golf Cup  in partnership with CVM at Waterstock Golf Club, Oxfordshire on Saturday 22 August 2015.

It was a great day of golf and friendship. Thanks to all who came and played, to Mark Blythe for all of the hard work organising the event and the staff at Waterstock Golf Club.

The photo gallery is now online. It was a great day and we hope that the photos act as a good reminder and encourage others to come and join in next year. Feel free to just browse or purchase photos from the gallery, all money raised from photo sales will go towards putting on future events.

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A very close call at CGS West Midlands Church Golf Cup 2015

 Earlier this summer on 17 July, 2015 the West Midlands Church Golf Cup took place as a qualifier for the CGS National Church Golf Cup in Oxfordshire. The day was sunny but breezy and 16 intrepid golfers plotted their way around Sutton Coldfield Golf Club’s course in their endeavours to win.

Kindly sponsored by Albion Trading Services and Banners Gate Community Church it was a close competition with the winners being a father and son team of Trevor and Jake Richardson representing Solihull Renewal Church with a total of 40 points. In second place were George Patterson and Greg Edwards also with 40 points but only losing out on a back nine countback. George and Greg represented Banners Gate Community Church. Also in the prizes in third place but back on 36 points were John Dadd and Paul Evans also representing Banners Gate Community Church.

Other prizes of two nearest the pin, two nearest the pin in two shots and longest drive were won by Jake Richardson (3), Greg Edwards and Phil Yates (Walsall Christian Centre).

Golfer Alison Nicholas graciously gave out the prizes and after the evening meal Rob Whittington from Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church gave an inspiring talk about how he came to faith and why... although his jokes left most of us groaning!

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