Dolmens Trophy

Finally a dry day greeted the 65 golfers taking part in this weekends stableford competition.

The scoring was pretty impressive today with 44pts just sneaking you into the top 10.

Dnaiel Treacy went out early and see the pace with a solid 46pts but this was soon over taken by Pau Gicquel with his 47 that included a 27pts front 9. Mike Veillard shot a level gross back 9 on his way to 48pts but this was only good for 2nd spot as going out in the penultimate group of the day was Lawrence McManus who continued his recent good form to take the win with his 49pts.

Next weekend sees the start of the last week of the winter league series with the Mons Hamon stabelford comp also being played on the sunday

Penultimate winter league report

Week 9 of the winter league was interrupted by the rain which has been a common theme over the last couple of months and only gave the chance to a handful of golfers to submit a card during the week.

Phil Hunt went out early on Saturday morning and set the score to beat with a solid 44pts. John Lindsay and Paul Horton both shot 42pts on Sunday and during the week Roger Harris shot a good 41pts which left Phil on top for this week.

The league has a new leader with Peter Dixon overtaking Tom Park by 1 point. Plenty of other contenders are still with in chance of winning the winter series with at least 5 people below the top 2 places still in with a chance, who can hold their nerve in week 10

Table can be seen in Club Leagues

12 Over and 13 Over winners decided for 2018

Today saw the last round of the 12 Under / 13 Over series played in windy conditions which made scoring difficult but achievable.

In the 12 Under section Paul Horton, John Lindsay and Chris Whur all shot low scores of nett 64 but it was Chris 1 over gross back 9 that won on CB.

Stevie Muir took 3rd spot in the 13 Over with 39pts but this was beaten by Clive Malone who shot a solid 41pts, impressive scoring in his first competition. Top spot went to Craig Harley who scored 42pts.

You can find out who one their respective sections by going to the Club Leagues page

Captain v Vice rearranged 2017 + presentation

The postponed Captain v Vice 2017 match has been scheduled in for Saturday March 10th with slots starting from 13:00.

This will be followed by a meal and presentation which commences at 1830 and sees us celebrate the victories of the major winners of the 2017 season.

A sheet will be put up this weekend with full details and a place to enter your name if you are interested.

February Medal

Not a bad turn out of 48 for the February medal considering another wet day greeted everyone and well done to the 34 that battled it out and completed 18 holes.

In division one there were quite a few scores of 69 in the top 10 with Andrew Bartons being the best of the them to give him 3rd spot. Matt Duffy shot a solid round of 68 to take 2nd spot but leading the way was Peter Dixon who continues his good winter with another low score of 65

Division 2 saw David Nolan and Adrian Huckson score nett 71 to take 3rd and 2nd place but with a 3 over back 9 and winning this division was Terry Vaughan with his nett 68

Division tables will be updated during the week

LMGC Classic 2 - Winter Medal

The re-arranged LMGC Classic was played on a drizzly Sunday with a good number of 48 taking part.

The weather certainly didn't dampen the scoring with some low scores being submitted throughout the day.

Mark le Vesconte and Stevie Muir both scored decent nett 63 but this was only good for 4th and 5th place

Lawrence McManus shot a low 61 but this wasnt enough to topple Mike Veillard who's 61 scored in the first group of the day just pipped him on CB.

Top score of the day went to Daniel Maclaughlin who scored a very solid round of nett 60 to win the day, well done Daniel

Details for match versus La Moye

Evening All

Our first annual inter club friendly match of the new year kicks off with a home match against our old friends up the hill, La Moye Golf Club.

This is always a popular fixture which we invite you all to get involved in and there is now a sheet up on the club notice board for those of you who are interested/available in registering yourself for selection.

The Committee would like to stress that members of ALL abilities/handicaps are welcome, especially those who have never participated in club matches before. Whilst it is always nice to get the victory in these matches, they are always fun and played in good spirit, win lose or draw and are a great day out.

Sunday 18 Feb at Les Mielles Golf Club

0800 - Meet for Coffee & Bacon Rolls
0900 - First Tee Time
1400 - Lunch

8 x Singles Match Play
4 x Four ball Better Ball Match Play

Dress Code:
Golf: Club Colours
Lunch: Jackets and club ties (available to buy from pro-shop)

If selected, team members will be required to pay their own green fees and provide a match fee of £15 which will cover their lunch.

If any of you who have any questions about the day which are not addressed above, or would like to register yourself for selection please contact Paul King on 07797 729039 or by email at

The Committee

12 Under / 13 Over round 3

41 players took part in this weekends round 3 of the 4 round series and with the weather again being calm it was a chance to put a low score in.

Peter Dixon continued his good form with a nett 64 and Alan Cabot was his usual steady self and shot a 63. Chris Whur backed up his last low score with another great score of 62 but this was just beaten by James Hibbs on count-back who's 2 over gross back 9 gave him the lowest score in the 12 Under

In the 13 Over section Frank Booth and Joe Straiton both scored a solid 45pts which ended up not good enough to get into the top two. Paul King scored a tidy 24pts on his front 9 to help get his final total to 46pts but this fell just short as Danny Teixiera pipped him by 1 shot to take top spot with 47pts

Midweek win for Martin

A nice day greeted those that managed to get out in the Atlantic Cup.

Going out early was Jerry O'Connor who shot 45pts which included a level gross back 9.
Carl Gray had another storming front 9 which gave him 25pts but a sloppy start to the back 9 slowed his progress and his 45pts wasn't enough to topple Jerry.
Leading the way with 24pts on the front 9 and a whopping 27pts on the back was Martin De Gruchy who's total of 51pts lblew the rest of the field away. Well played Martin

Big scoring in the January Medal

With the tees moved forward due to the recent wet weather and a surprising calm day, all the ingredients were there for some low scores .

In division 2 the top 3 scores all hit scores below 60 with a nett par 70 only good for 25th place :)
Peter Clark came 3rd with a strong back 9 giving him a nett 59 but Terry Vaughan managed to pip him on count-back to second spot with his 1 under back 9. Top spot went to Stephen Allaway who also shot a 1 under back 9 to give him a gross 70 / nett 57, great scoring Stephen.

Not so many scores in the 50s in division 1 but still some solid scoring was on show.
Craig Tucker hit 5 birdies to shoot the lowest gross of the day but his 69 / nett 62 was only good for 3rd spot. Second spot went to Peter Dixon with his nett 61 continuing his run of low scores in comps. Top of the tree was Chris Whur who birdied 2 of the last 3 holes to give him a nett 59, well played Chris.

Winter League week 6

Even with the extended week over the festive period only 32 players managed to submit a score with the north side closed for most of the second week.

On the first weekend Peter Dixon continued his big scoring from last week with another solid score of 46pts which consisted of a hole-in-one on the 6th

Tom Park scored another solid score of 45pts during the first week to keep his good scoring in this year series.

Topping week 6 was Carl Gray who shot an excellent 25pts on the front 9 and followed this up with 22pts on the back to give him a very nice 47pts.

League table will be updated over the weekend

Winter League 5

Only 33 members could get their winter league card in for week 5 with the weather unplayable for a lot of the week

Alan Cabot scored a solid 42 pts to get him up towards the top of the table and Simon Bell also propelled himself into the top 10 with his 43pts.

Top scorer this week went to Peter Dixon with his solid 45pts, the top score of the winter series to date.

Week 6 starts on December 23rd and is extended for 2 weeks due to it being over the festive period.

Current table can be seen in the Club leagues section

Tommy Horton passes away

Its with great sadness to report that Tommy Horton passed away last night.

Every islander that is into their golf will know of Tommy and his success on the European and Senior tour and thankful for his efforts in the golf scene

We'd like to pass on our condolences to all his family, friends and the Royal Jersey Golf Club

December Medal

We wont have many better days this winter than the 50 players faced today and the scores certainly reflected the conditions.

In division 1 Chris Haws and a great run on the back 9 to give him a 69 gross / 63 nett. In second place was Kenny Mitchell with a nett 62 but leading the way was Steve Pearson with a gross 68 / nett 61.

Division 2 scoring was just as impressive with Frank Booth nett 63 and Simon Bells 62 taking 3rd and 2nd respectively. Shooting the lowest score of the day and winning div 2 was David Nolan with his nett 59, great scoring !

Winter week 4

A reversal of the last round of winter league with most of the top scorers coming from the weekend players.

40pts was only good enough for 6th and 5th place with Noel Quinn's 41pts taking 4th place. Carl Gray and Lawrence McManus both scored 42pts but a strong finish on the back 9 from Lawrence gave him second spot.

Top of the league this week was Frank De Ornelas who made it 2 wins in a week with his 43pts from Sundays round, well done Frank.

League will be updated over the weekend

2017 Financial report

I have added the financial report for last year in our members section in the news section

I will add the minutes from last nights AGM over the next couple of days but if you have any questions then please send us an email

12 Under / 13 Over round 1

Small field today with only 21 players taking part in round 1 of the 12 Under / 13 Over series

In the 12 under section there were some strong nett 66s from Alan Cabot and Peter Dixon with Peters stronger back 9 giving him runners-up spot. Top of the tree was Frank De Ornelas who continued his strong golf of late with a nett 63, a good start to the series.

The good scoring was also on show in the 13 Over with Ben Holts and Richard Cornick 38pts taking 4th and 3rd spot. Arno Chilvers has been putting some good scores together recently and his 42pts today was another decent score to give him 2nd spot. This wasn't enough to beat his playing partner Frank Booth who birdied his last 2 holes to give him 43pts

LMGC Classic 1 - Les Mielles Salver

A sunny, chilly day greeted the 63 players taking part in the first classic of the new season.

With the wind picking up through the day, it gave the early starters a chance to post the scores to beat and they didn't disappoint

Simon Bell continued his good form to shoot a great score of nett 62 but this was soon overtaken by Martin Smith who's 2 eagles helped him to a gross 66 / nett 61 and the lead from the morning starters.

There were some good scores of nett 65s in the afternoon but no one could get close to Martins score giving him a deserved victory in this weekends medal

Winter League 3

This was certainly a week for the midweek golfers with the top 10 scorers all coming from the people playing during the week after the weekend of wind and rain

Reigning champion Paul Gicquel scored well over the weekend with a solid 38pts but this wouldn't be enough to hold off the midweek challengers

On Tuesday Tom Park backed up weeks 2 victory with another good score of 42 but top score on this day went to new member Dan Garland who's 7 birdies and gross 31 back 9 gave him 43 points.

Arno Chilvers shot a brilliant 27pts back 9 on Thursday to take runners up spot but winning week 3 with 44pts on Friday afternoon was David Streets.

The table after 3 weeks will be posted tomorrow night in the club leagues section

November Medal

A hard scoring day at Les Mielles today with the a constant strong wind and teh odd shower through the day.

In Division 1 Martin Smith continued his good form with a solid gross 74 / nett 69 but up stepped Frank De Ornelas who is also swinging well to take the lead. Frank must of thought he had won the day being in the penultimate group but Paul Horton had other ideas and shot the round of the day with his 73 / nett 62 to storm to victory.

Division 2 was heading for a tight finish with Tom Carolan and Paul Biddulph both sitting on nett 69s but Gerry Brennan shot a great round of nett 64 to take top spot by a big margin and earn himself an ESR on the last qualifying comp of the season.

Winter League round up

The winter league series is up and running with week 2 coming to an end on Friday

Week 1 saw some good weather for most the week and the scoring reflected this with some solid scoring. Seniors Jerry O'Connor and Chis Frost both scored well with 39pts but this wasn't enough to topple the top 3. Martin Smith, Simon Bell and Dave Belo all scored 40 points with Dave ending up on top with the strongest back 9.

Week 2 provided some tougher conditions for scoring which saw Karl Rockett lead the way for most the week with his 38pts but up stepped Tom Park late on the week to pip Karl by 1 shot and win week 2 with his 39pts.

Bogey Cup

The biggest winner today was the weather with over 50% of the field not finishing their rounds.

Scoring proved as difficult as staying dry today with only one person finishing with a plus figure.

Chris Jones, Joe Straiton and Steve Campbell all finished on a level 0 for their rounds but winning the day with a 1 score was Alan Cabot who shot a strong back 9 to pip his playing partner by 1

Chateau des Ormes away match report

With a lead of 16 - 2 from the home match earlier on in the year, 12 Les Mielles set off with the intention of bringing the trophy back to Jersey for the first time since this Club match was setup.

Saturday afternoon was the foursome matches and the team were looking to get the job done as quick as possible. Chateau des Ormes had other ideas though and won the first 2 games of the day only for Fabio and Martin Smith to peg it back for Les Mielles way with a victory. Unfortunately the last 3 matches all went to the french team for them to take the the first day 5 - 1 and reduce the overall score to 17 - 7.

The single matches on the Sunday was a more even affair with Arno Chilvers having a big 6&5 victory and Martin Smith also winning big 4&2 to finish the weekend unbeaten, which is more than we could say for Chris Frost who ended up winless after his 5&4 tonking in the singles. Martin Saunders, Mike Veillard, Mike Burley and David Nolan also won their matches to make the singles a 6 - 6 tie and gave Les Mielles a resounding victory of 23 to 13. 

Thanks to Fabio for getting this all organised and well done to all the players.

Photos of the weekend can be seen in the Photos section

President report

You couldn't have asked for a better day to greet the 63 players taking part in the President Trophy.

The competition was organised only recently but our President has whizzed around the last couple of weeks getting his prizes and making sure the numbers were well represented for the presentation and dinner. Great to see this sort of effort and it shows what can be achieved, well done Herbie !

Chris Frost went out in the first group and set the clubhouse lead with a nett 68 which could of been so much better if his pin seeking tee shot on the 6th hadn't ran past the OB post. Martin Smith quickly topped this shooting the lowest gross of the day with a 72 / nett 66.
Surprisingly this kept the lead until the last person of the day returned his card when Frank de Ornelas matched Martins score of nett 66 but had a stronger back 9 to take top spot on CB.

Photos can be seen below of the dinner and the multiple winners of the final top 3 and various closest the pins and category winners

October Medal kicks of the new season

A miserable day at les mielles today that started off windy and got windier and wet as they day went on with no afternoon players returning a score.

With only 3 scores in Division 1, Craig Hartley secured 3rd place with a solid nett 86. Trevor Simon took second spot with a nice 74 but with the lowest gross of the day and winning score in division 1, Andrew Barton won the day with a nett 72.

Division 2 produced some more competitive results with Adrian Huckson taking 3rd spot with his nett 72 and Gerry Brennan getting runners up spot with a nett 70. Well done to Martyn Jubb for shooting the only score under par and with it winning Division 2 with a great score of nett 67

LMGC Classic 6 brings 2017 to a close

This weekends medal was the last of the 2016 / 2017 season and brings to an end the LMGC Classic series

The conditions were tough with a constant wind all day and sporadic rain that got persistent during the afternoon.

David Streets and Stan Irvine both shot nett 66 but this wasnt enough to topple the early morning leaders which saw Kevin Jubb take runners up spot with a solid nett 64 and Peter Gow winning the day with a great score of 62. Peter's round consisted of 2 birdies on the back 9 for a level gross 34 and fully deserved his victory

This concludes the LMGC Clasic series and the final table can be seen in the club leagues section

L'Etacq Cup

After the weather we have had recently it was a welcome surprise to be able to play the Sunday medal in calm and sunny conditions.

Phil Grehan continued his good form of late to shoot another mid sixty round but it wasnt good enough to get him into the top 3 places

Richard Streets shot a level gross front 9 but couldnt quite continue his form onto the back 9 and finished with a good nett 65. This was matched by Peter De Momme who's stronger back 9 secured him runners up spot on count-back.

Top spot went to Shane Fitzsimons who deserved his victory with a great round of golf. 4 birdies on the front 9 gave him a 2 under front 9 and this was backed up by a further 3 birdies on the back to give him a gross 68, nett 64.

David G is back

Well done to David Grant for winning the midweek stableford comp.

The wind showed its teeth all day making scoring tough for the 28 players taking part. The morning starters had some rain to negotiate with the afternoon players having freshly seeded greens to try and putt on (half way through a comp !) .

Stephen Cleary, Peter Gow and David Grant all returned scores of 39pts but with a level gross 34 back 9 for 23pts, David Grant took top spot on count-back

September Medal report

Another sunny day at les mielles greeted the 58 players taking part in the last medal of the 2017 season.

In Division 2 our President shot a steady round of nett 68 to earn him third spot with Ben Holt just edging him and taking second spot on CB. Winning top spot in this division by a clear 10 shots was Frank De Ornelas who shot a 72 gross to shoot the lowest score of the day wit a nett 58. Well done Frank

In Division 1 the scoring machine Chris Jones once again secured a high finish with his nett 66 claiming 3rd spot. Shane Fitzsimons took second spot with a solid 65 but this wasnt enough to beat Graeme Hebenton who played some great golf for his nett 62, was a pleasure to watch !

Final Leagues will be updated over the next couple of days and posted on the website

Thursday summer medal series comes to an end

Well done to Trevor Clutton on winning the last Thursday Medal of 2017.

Going out early, Trevor set the total to beat with his 67 and this was good enough to hold off all challengers. Dave Belo came 2nd on count-back also scoring 67 with Phil Grehan taking 3rd spot with his 69.

The final league will be posted here tomorrow

Eclectic and Deontic winners

Well done to David Streets for winning the eclectic and Peter Dixon on winning the deontic.

David's final round moved him to the top of the eclectic table with his final nett score just pipping the runner up by 1 point.

Peter Dixon went into the final round already top of the league and his solid final round took him 4 clear of his nearest rival.

The full tables can be seen in the Club Leagues section.

Well done to everyone that took part in this summer series

Eclectic final round

Only 50 players played in this weekends medal competition on what was a sunny day at Les Mielles

Well done to Nigel Johnson who shot a solid back 9 to finish with a nett 65 and win round 4 on count-back from Scot Henry who shot the lowest gross of the day.

Winners of the Eclectic and Deontic series will be posted this evening

Ecelctic / Deontic update

The last round of the eclectic / deontic series is being played this weekend .

You can see the latest standings for these two formats in the Club Leagues section

Good luck to everyone this saturday

Les Mielles win against St Clements

We had the pleasure of welcoming our friends from St.Clements on Sunday 14th on what turned out to be a closely fought victory for Les Mielles. In idyllic conditions the match see-sawed through the day and ended with Les Mielles winning the last match to take the win 4-3. A wonderful day was had by all and we look forward to the return match next year.

Ashton wins Thursday Medal 6

Only 29 players braved the weather forecast on a day that started damp but ended in sunshine

Alan Cabot shot a 75 gross for a nett 67 but Phil Grehans 75 shot him into 2nd spot with a nett 65.

This wasn't enough to topple the clubhouse leader Paul Ashton who's nett score of 65 won the day with a better back 9 then Phils to win it on CB.

Frank Booth and Harry Carver are tied at the top of the league with a total of 270 with one round remaining in the series. The full league can be seen in the club league section

LMGC Classic Summer Medal report

Considering its holiday season and La Moye had their annual 36 hole competition on, it was great to see 78 members playing in the medal today.

Conditions were certainly calmer in the morning and this showed in the results with 4 of the top 5 all teeing off early.

Chris O'Connor played a solid round to come 3rd with a nett 66 but continuing his good form was Richard Streets who shot a level gross back 9 to shoot a handy nett 63.

This wasnt enough to beat our past Captain Richard Cornick who's 4 birdies and steady golf gave him a nett 60 and a deserved victory.

Latest tables can be seen in the Club Leagues section

Thursday medal 5 result

On a good scoring day, Tom Park shot an impressive nett 63 to take top spot in the midweek medal.

Frank de Ornelas scored another good score with his nett 67 but this was beaten by Stephen Cleary and Andrew Barton who both shot nett 66 with Andrew Barton taking third spot on CB with a strong back 9

Andrew Adlington must of thought it was going to be a long round after his 10 on the first but he put this behind him to blitz the next 17 holes and end up with a nett 64.

This wasn't enough to overtake the early clubhouse leader Tom Park who had 2 double bogeys on the front 9 but parred the other 16 holes to finish with a gross 74 gross / nett 63, good win Tom

July Medal result

A great turnout saw 89 players take part in the July Medal, 14 more than our Open last weekend !

Conditions were tough with a westerly wind that seemed to grow stronger as the day went on.

Most of the big scores this weekend were in Division 2 with some low scoring. Frank de Ornelas continued his good form to shoot a nett 67 along with 4 others who also shot 67 but Jeremy Williams was the best of the bunch and came 3rd with his 67. Chris O'Connor shot a very tidy round of 65 in the morning which he must felt pretty confident about but going out late afternoon was Stephen Murray who shot a brilliant round of nett 63 to deservedly take top spot in this division.

In Division 1, Martin Smith scored the lowest gross of the day with a solid 73 . Peter Dixon shot another good round to get himself runners up spot with a nett 67 but winning the day was Ross Crick who's morning round of nett 66 held the lead for most the day.

Special mention to Chris Haws who aced the 16th for a special hole-in-one.

LMGC Open 2017

On a muggy day at Les Mielles, a disappointing number of 75 members took part in the 2017 Les Mielles Open.

Chris Frost went out in the first group of the morning and continued his good form of late to shoot a solid round of 74 gross giving him a nett 63 and setting a tough total for the rest to beat.

Michele Montevidoni from St.Clements was the best of the 5 away players shooting a nett 65, a great return considering he started with a 10 on the first hole.

Tony Burt won the prize for the lowest gross of the day with a 73, pipping Chris Frost by 1 shot.

There were multiple low scores in the mid 60s with Herbie Jennett coming 4th with a 65 and Frank De Ornelas coming 5th also with a 65, great seeing these two back in the prizes.

The top spot of the day went to Paul Howes who beat Chris Frost on CB to the victory and take home the trophy. Paul started with a strong 3 over gross on the front 9 and finished 2,4,3 to give him a deserved win, well done Paul

Thank you to everyone that took part in our Open and big thank you to Chris Frost for all his efforts over the past couple of weeks in organizing the event.

Thursday Medal 2

Tough conditions today for the 41 players taking part in the 2nd Thursday medal of the summer.

The good scoring came from the morning tee times when the wind was at its calmest with the top 3 the only players to break par

In 3rd place was Jack A'Court with a solid back 9 helping him to a nett 69. John Pasturel went one better to claim 2nd spot with a 68 but winning the day was Harry Carver who shot an excellent nett 65 and a nice reduction as a bonus, well done Harry.

Mention for Alan Cabot who shot the lowest gross with a 78 in the afternoon when the wind got tough.

Club Championship on Saturday, good luck to all taking part

Gerry wins the Mings Trophy

Well done to Gerry Brennan for an impressive win in the midweek stableford competition.

Gerry tee'd off in the first slot of the morning and his 24pts on the back 9 saw him to a winning total of 43pts

Richard Summerfield scored a healthy 23pts on his front 9 and but couldn't quite match this on the back 9 and his 43pts was beaten on count-back.

Few players finished with 38pts behind these two, good totals on what was a tough scoring day with a strong cross wind all day.

A damp May Medal

The wet weather didn't quite deliver what was promised in the forecast, good news for the 66 players that took part in this weekends medal.

In Division 2, Joe Straiton continued his strong form this year with another good score of nett 65 but this was only good enough for 3rd place as James Styles matched Joe's score of 65 but pipped him to 2nd spot on count-back. Top spot went to Peter Walker who had a great back 9 to help him to a nett 64 giving him a good win

Alan Maclachlan took 3rd spot in division 1 with a nett 69 that could of easily been a few better. Dave Belo shot a 2 over back 9 to take runners up spot with a nett 68 but winning the day was Graeme Hebenton who has been playing good golf for the last month and was due a good win, well done.

Barber wins the Jack A'Court

Only 24 players braved the wet weather today but that didnt hamper Nick Barber from shooting a great score of nett 62 and winning his 3rd comp in the last couple of months, current form player.

Edward Loader backed up his 4th place from the midweek medal with another solid score, his 67 giving him 2nd spot

John Lindsay showed again his steady scoring with his 70 earning him 3rd spot.

Good luck to the 7s team playing tomorrow against the Royal at Les Mielles, first tee at 906 if you want to show your support

Thursday Medal 1 result

Really good to see a good turnout for the first Thursday Medal in the series of 6 with 50 members taking part today

Hampshire 7s team member Alan Maclachlan played a solid round to finish third with a nett 65 but this wasn't enough to take the clubhouse lead from Frank Booth who shot a great round of nett 62.
Frank must have gone home thinking he had done enough to take top spot but Tom Hughes shot his best round for a gross 74 / nett 58 to take the victory. Tom was 1 over gross on the front 9 and kept his composure well on the back 9 to shoot a great score and reduce his handicap by 3, well done.

Match versus Baden Golf Club

Les Mielles took on another french team on Sunday 16th April with Baden Golf Club bringing over a mixed team to take us on at Les Mielles. 
Click on link below for a match report 

Match Report

Report for match versus Chateau Des Ormes

The players were treated to a great weekend of sunshine for the first leg of the match versus Chateau Des Ormes. Click on the link below for the report and result (pages 2 and 3)

Chateau Des Ormes report

Pictures of the day can be seen in the photo section

April Medal in the sun

Great to see the sun shining down on the golf course today for the 77 players taking part in this weekends medal.

Shane Fitzsimons shot the lowest gross of the day with a 73 gross but the victory in division 1 went to Nick Barber who shot the lowest nett of the day with his 67

In division 2 there was so good scores from Paul Ashton and Colin Streets but taking top spot on count-back was Andrew Adlington with his nett 68

Jubillee Cup result

With it being mothers day we had our smallest field to date on a Sunday with only 28 players taking part.

It finally felt like spring down Les Mielles with the stiff breeze in the morning dying out through the morning, nice conditions for golfing

The top 3 all came from the early afternoon slots with Chris Vibert shooting a gross 75 / nett 68 to finish 3rd. Stephen Higginson also shot a nett 68 with his back 9 giving him 2nd spot on count back but winning the day was John Lindsay with a solid 75 / nett 66, well done John !


Following the AGM Monday 7th November I have been asked to clarify what the options are for balls played from the tee at the first hole. There appears to be a lot of confusion with members quoting a new local rule that has been explained to them by the course representatives. I am writing to the rules committee of the R & A for a definitive ruling on this matter. Until that ruling has been given then the following interpretation of the rules will stand. I would urge all members to comply with this until further notice and to explain this to other players. Failure to comply with this ruling during a competition may result in disqualification.

1. There is no new local rule that applies to the playing of this hole.
2. A ball played to left of the new white stakes between the 1st and 4th holes is out of bounds and another ball must be played from the tee under penalty of stroke and distance (3 off the tee, 5 off the tee, 7off the tee etc).
3. This obviously also applies to balls that go left and enter the water hazard on the 4th hole.
4. Out of bounds runs in a straight line from stake to stake from the first stake near the 1st tee box to the furthest most stake behind the 4th tee.
5. If a ball is played from the tee that goes to the right and it not virtually certain that the ball has entered the water hazard then a provisional ball should be played from the tee.
6. If the original ball is found outside the water hazard then it must be played as it lies or if it is unplayable (under one of the bushes in front of the water hazard but not in the hazard) it may be declared unplayable and it may be dropped using any of the options available under Rule 28.
7. If the original ball is found in a water hazard then it may be played as it lies or under the penalty of one stroke it may be dropped using any of the options available under Rule 26.
8. If the original ball is not found then the player must continue with the provisional ball or if a provisional has not been played then he must return to the tee and play again.

It is important to understand that the player and his marker must be virtually certain of where the ball crossed the margin of the hazard in order to invoke Rule 26. This basically means that someone (the players in your group, the course ranger, another player on the course playing nearby) saw where the ball went. It cannot be assumed that the ball is in the hazard just because it cannot be found outside of the hazard.

Full explanation of rules 26 and 28 are in the rules of golf booklet available in the club house I recommend that all players carry one.

Chris Frost
Competition Secretary
Les Mielles Golf Club


Club Clean Jersey are doing some sessions over the next couple of weeks if anybody is interested

The next event is this Saturday 10th September at St Clement, followed by 17th September at Les Ormes. At these events you can get a full set of clubs, including grips cleaned for just £6

We are also offering a pickup/drop off from your house service for £10 or a drop off / collect from our premises for £8.

We will be getting a mobile service up and running in the new future so I can clean your clubs on your doorstep without having to take away to make it more convenient.

I am also selling some ProV1 golf balls and tees at a discount price to ensure you are ready to play your next round. Please let me know if you require any of this delivered to your door I addition to cleaning your clubs.

Please do also view our Facebook page www.facebook/clubcleanjersey and share/like/review our service.

Many thanks and look forward to hearing from you.

Nick Barber
Club Clean Jersey

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  • Captains v Vice and Hampshire 7s