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Our Next Golf Event

Our next golf society event

Captain's Trophy
Thursday 17th September 2020
Manor Golf Club (Kingstone), Uttoxeter

The next event takes place at The Manor Golf Club (Kingstone) on Thursday 17th September where we will be competing for the (Guest) Captain’s Trophy (18 hole stableford).

This day will cost will be £30 and includes:
Coffee and bacon roll on arrival (12.00 - 12.15pm)
18 hole stableford (1st tee time 12.58pm)
Food to be ordered and paid for by yourselves as you come in, followed by Prize Giving (6.30 approx) 

If you wish to attend this event, please return your full payment of £30 by no later than Thursday 10th September.

Please note that the changing rooms will be closed (other than the toilets) so stay in your golf clothes to eat.

Further details on the clubs COVID-19 policy will be circulated via email closer to the event.

No places will be reserved until full payment has been received.

The award winning Manor Golf club is a par 71, 6215 yard long golf course set in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, with picturesque views and an abundance of wildlife.  The course has been laid out and is presented as a traditional English Golf course. The Manor provides a challenge for both low and high handicaps with numerous short, hazard ridden challenging par 4’s interspersed with long par 4’s and 5’s and testing par3’s where club selection is vital.  The River Blythe running through the centre of the course provides many holes with a natural hazard whilst also maintaining the habitat for the wildlife.   The clubhouse is set at the highest point of the course with views extending over the whole course and far beyond including the Welsh mountains. Bar and catering facilities in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere are enjoyed by all.The Manor is quite often quoted as “Staffordshire’s best kept secret” in many golf magazines.


Please be aware that there is always the chance that, due to adverse weather in the days preceding a golf day, a course may be closed or have a trolley ban.  If there is a problem then, wherever possible, those with email will be informed and information will be posted on the website. However, it is ultimately up to you to check if a course is open or has any restrictions by phoning the club (not Steve).


For those of you who are members of a golf club, please remember to keep a copy of your handicap certificate in your bag at all times. This is just in case a course requests that we provide them before play.

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