Sandiway Golf Club

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Ladies C Team Winners!!

Monday 18th September 2017

Well done to the ladies team on winning their division in the West Cheshire League
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Sporting Royalty at Sandiway Golf Club

Monday 18th September 2017

England Captain Joe Root calls in for a knock!
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New Gents Club Champion

Monday 18th September 2017

Well done to Chris Harrison who beat Jamie Thompson in a very tense final to be crowned Club Champion for a 7th time!
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Sunday 3rd September 2017

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Sunday 3rd September 2017

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Race to Dubai leader visits Sandiway.......

Friday 1st September 2017

Sandiway GC enjoyed a visit from Race to Dubai Leader Tommy Fleetwood. He was very complimentary about the course.... the greens as good as any he'd putted on this season!!
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The Walton Cup.

Sunday 27th August 2017

Tim Hardwick lifts the Walton Cup.
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Sandiway Foursomes

Sunday 27th August 2017

The prestigious Sandiway Foursomes was played over 18 holes and some super golf was produced.
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Brunner Bowl went to the 35th

Sunday 27th August 2017

An excellent match with 6 shots given played between Brett Parker & Andrew Shingler was played in beautiful weather with only a light wind.
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Bennett Jubilee Bowl Foursomes Final

Sunday 20th August 2017

It was a well fought match played in great spirit, the match could have gone either way!
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Brabazon Northern Qualifier

Warwickshire’s Sam Broadhurst – son of Senior Open Champion Paul Broadhurst – topped the leaderboard on five-under par at Sandiway.

He led 31 players into the English men’s open amateur stroke play championship at Woodhall Spa, the home of England Golf. There were 62 qualifiers to join over 80 exempt players to challenge for one of amateur golf’s great titles on the famed Hotchkin course. 


At Sandiway, Broadhurst (Atherstone) booked his second appearance in the Brabazon when he carded 65 to win by two shots from Kieron Harman of Wales and Thomas Hamson (Notts).

He had just one bogey on his card, alongside four birdies and an eagle on the fourth, where he hit his second to within a foot of the hole.

“I’m really happy with the score. I felt I struggled for the first few holes but after that I struck it really nicely and holed some clutch putts,” he said.

Broadhurst is at college in the USA and hoping to follow his father into professional ranks. “That’s the dream and if I keep shooting rounds like today and holing putts you never know.”

All players were very complimentary about the presentation of the course so early in the season. 


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