Follow Us:
You are here:

Matchplay Knockout 2018

Matchplay Knockout 2018

This year's competition has been won by Gary Tyler who defeated Peter Meaney in the final at Seacroft Golf Club, well played Gary.


Final Result

Gary Tyler beat Peter Meaney at Seacroft Golf Club

Semi Final Results

Gary Tyler beat Jeff Sackett (2/1) at Morley Hayes Golf Club
Peter Meaney beat Alan Heard (3/2) at Sitwell Park Golf Club

Quarter Final Results

Jeff Sackett beat Neil Preston (5/4) at Whittington Heath Golf Club
Alan Heard beat John Evans (1up) at Chevin Golf Club
Peter Meaney beat Wayne Tandy (4/3) at Olton Golf Club
Gary Tyler beat Paul Jobbins (2/1)

2nd Round Results

Gary Tyler beat Neil Smith (3/2) at Morley Hayes Golf Club
Wayne Tandy beat Gordon Galloway (1up) at Coxmoor Golf Club
Peter Meaney beat John Martin (BYE)
Jeff Sackett beat Darren Minor (5/4) at Whittington Heath Golf Club
Neil Preston beat Phil Latham (19th) at Burton on Trent Golf Club
Paul Jobbins beat Steve Hendy (BYE)
Alan Heard beat Bobby Ho (2/1) at Sitwell Park Golf Club
John Evans beat Steven Raji (7/6) at Chevin Golf Club

1st Round Results

Jeff Sackett beat Tim Thacker (6/5) at Whittington Heath Golf Club
Paul Jobbins beat Chris Perry (BYE)
Gordon Galloway beat Ian Ronson (1up) at Coxmoor Golf Club
Steven Raji beat Phil Rudd (1up) at The Belfry, Derby Course
Steve Hendy beat Graham Thorpe (2up) at Cavendish Golf Club
John Evans beat John Mansell (4/3) at Beau Desert Golf Club
Neil Preston beat Jeff Thacker (BYE)
John Martin beat Steve Lloyd (2/1) at Whittington Heath Golf Club
Wayne Tandy beat Dave Grubb (BYE)
Peter Meaney beat Mike Fox (BYE)
Phil Latham beat Mark Johnson (6/4)




We are now taking entries for the 2018 BUNGS matchplay knockout.  This competition will take the same format as previous years, with a draw for the entire competition being made at the forthcoming Sherwood Forest golf day. The final date for entries will be 12 noon on Thursday 8th March.

Further Information

We organise an annual society matchplay competition for our members to contest.

Each match is to be played over 18 holes, with a full handicap difference allowance as recommended by the English Golf Union. i.e. If player A has a handicap of 20 and player B has a handicap of 10; then player A will receive 10 shots (1 shot each on stroke index holes 1 to 10). The final is to be played home and away over 36 holes or over 18 holes at a neutral venue.

All players still in the competition will receive a list of contact numbers for the other players.  Each tie will have the ‘home’ player pre-drawn and the players have the following choices as to how they want the match to be contested:

The preferable option is for the match to be played at the ‘home’ player’s club.  If the ‘home’ player is not a member of a golf club, then he can either find a suitable neutral venue to play the match or agree to play the match at his opponents club (assuming your opponent is a club member).

If the match cannot be arranged outside of ‘society time’, then the match can be played over the 18 holes concurrently with the stableford competition at the next available society day.  If I can see that a match hasn’t been played, then I’ll do my best to group opponents together for a golf day so the match can be played.

As a last resort, if you don’t want to play the match over the 18 holes with the stableford competition, then it could be played over the 9 hole practice in the morning.

Conditions of Entry - Please Read

Although people have to be flexible and it’s ultimately up to the two players to decide when to play, matches should ideally be played either at weekends or weekday late afternoons/early evenings. If the only time you can play is during NORMAL working hours, DO NOT ENTER THE COMPETITION. It’s not reasonable to expect your opponent to take time off work if you are not willing to play at other times yourself.

If drawn away, you must be willing to play at your opponent’s course (if within a reasonable travelling time). You cannot refuse to play a course just because you don’t like it. Failure to comply will mean you forfeit the match.

Matches must be played by the dates set to meet the round deadlines (which will be set when the number of entrants is known). The player drawn at home should make initial contact with his opponent within one week of receiving the draw information (or within one week of the deadline from the previous round). If neither player makes the effort to contact each other to arrange the game then, unless there are special circumstances, both players will be disqualified.

Results from previous matchplay knockout competitions


Competitions Menu

© Website by Steve Lloyd of Enterprise Marketing Services Ltd.