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Centenary Charity Draw

BAGC gave £4k to Macmillan cancer support so jolly well done to every single member on helping raise a quite outstanding £8k for charity. Even Michael dug into his pockets to contribute to the magnificent efforts of all, for the charities of our Captain Steve Reed , the Beaconsfield Ladies Captain , Sue Schmidt and Men’s Captain, Nick Cray

This is how the prizes were shared out:-

1st Spanish Villa Holoiday – Kelly Smith

2nd Chef Library Dining Experience – John Davis

3rd Wembley Tickets – Karen Harrison

4th Watch -Rob Nolan

5th Vouchers -Dennis Oliver

6th Golf Lessons -Mr Warmuth

7th Magnum Verve Cliquot- Christina Grima

8th 2 Magnums Prosecco – Ken Martin

9th Bottle Lanson Champagne – Julie Wood

10th 2 Prosecco – Mark Austin


Thanks to unbelievable generosity and kindess of Kevin Ledgar and Mark Reeve and others, the BAGC CENTENARY CHARITY RAFFLE had some truly stunning high end prizes. All proceeds split 50/50 between Macmillan Cancer Support and Thames Valley Adventure Playground

1st Spanish Villa Holiday Kelly Smith

2nd Chef Library John Davis

3rd Wembley Tickets Karen Harrison

4th Watch Rob Nolan

5th Vouchers Dennis Oliver

6th Lessons Mr Warmuth

7th Magnum Verve Cliquot Christina Grima

8th 2 Magnums prosecco Ken Martin

9th Lanson Champagne Julie Wood

10th 2 Prosecco Mark Austin

Captains Drive in and Bob Baker Trophy

What a great start to my Captaincy. 26 players, a brilliant turnout and well done to Ciro for winning the Bob Baker Trophy and to Scouse Dave for winning the Captains drive, a colossal 155 yards against a howling wind. Also a memorable auction at which we raised over £1300 split between the RBL and my charity(Thames Valley Adventure Playground)
A sincere thank you to everyone and see you next Sunday for the Poppy Cup………Captain Steve


Congratulations to Steve Reed on assuming the captaincy on a very auspicious year for Beaconsfield Artisans.

The AGM was speedily conducted and divotting was discussed and it has been decided to carry on with the smaller, more frequent groups.

The officers of the club were elected. There was only one candidate for each of the roles so all were confirmed in place by popular vote. and are as follows:-

President Steve Dodd

Captain and Hon. Secretary Steve Reed

Hon. Treasurer Glenn Toudup

Vice Captain Andy Prickett


John Harris

Lee Homer

Danny Saia

Stuart Smith

Phil Strawa

Frank Wood

Dave Wright

September and October

We have been busy during the late summer. A successful work morning was carried out on Sept 26th, cleaning the outside furniture , roof and various jobs in the clubhouse.

We’ll done to Gary Hobbs. A score of +5 to win the Nancy Mitchell Trophy. Congratulations also to Danny Tucker for a hole in one at the 5th((9iron)

Hats off to Martin Harris for winning the Absent Friends trophy with a fabulous 43 points. Only 3 cards wrong, , not too bad but improvement can be made.

The Jardine Barrel (Three clubs and a putter) was won by our Secretary Steve Reed. He was heard to say that it was useful to use more clubs than normal

The annual presentation dinner was a great success. Beaconsfield Captain gave a speech in which he underlined our good relationship with the parent club and vice versa. He gave us all the news regarding clubhouse and course improvements and plans for the future. It was very well recieved by our members. Prize giving was very competitive, with Danny Tucker getting his usual quota byt barking at his heels were Martin Harris and Mick Monahan with 5 apiece I believe

Greensomes with the Ladies

Remember Worzel Gummidge? Well, Danny Saia rummaged through his shed and found not only his Happy Head but also his Quite Good at Golf Head. The old charmer swept his partner Allison off her feet and stormed to victory, despite the best efforts of that other former lothario, Les Goodyer with his partner , Margeret.

As per usual Lee Homer came up short but at least he beat Stuart

September 24th 2021


Weekend report from the captain 14& 15th August

Well Gentlemen, what can I say apart from what a fabulous weekend of golf it’s been.
Firstly Saturday, a big thank you to the team who beat Denham 3-2 on their own track. A course in wonderful condition, second only to ours, which goes without saying.

Sunday saw the Artisans dirty dozen beat The Presidents XII, 3.5 to 2.5. A wonderful afternoon of golf culminating in Frank Wood and Peter Grey serving up a culinary delight of lamb shank to seal the deal washed down with an excessive amount of alcohol in true Artisan style.

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