Anthony’s twin brother
Another mate of Dan B’s. Member at Southwick Park.
Alan George was introduced to the Society by Bob Baldacchino. He’s an irregular player because he works offshore.
Anyone who was lucky enough to get drawn with Al “Jal” Fraser did not go hungry… unless they were vegetarian. He always brought enough sausage rolls for his playing partners.
RIP Al, February 2022.
Andy joined the society in 2003. He has got his name on a number of trophies.
Callaway C3 Big Bertha driver, Adams Snake eye 3,Jack Nicklaus 5, Ping i3PingLake balls
A very tall man, Andy won Captain’s Day at Petersfield with 46 pts, beating Keith Wallis the current captain by 3 strokes.
Andy played as a guest of Mel Blake in Jan 2011.
Andy was a member of the Society in 2008/9. He rejoined late in 2010 and will be a full member again for Feb 2011.
Ant is Adam’s twin brother
Best mate of the Jeram brothers
First played as a guest of Trevor G. at Hill Barn, Oct 2013.
Bob was Vice-Captain from 2006 to 2009
He played early in 2010, but has not been recently.
Guest of Paul Cole for The Hampshire.
Bob’s been the captain since 2002. He does a sterling job.
Bob has many aliases, including Onions and Bisto. Although similar the derivation of these nicknames are unrelated.
Being a fireman Brian could play in just about any course in Hampshire for a pittance. He got very good and often demonstrated how good he was by winning loads of trophies.
His handicap just kept on getting cut. I still the umbrella he discarded after very wet outing to Dibden Purlieu.
Bryn was a member for a while and has recently returned, playing as a guest in March 2011.
Dan, a mate of Herb and Bob from the Cowplain Social’s weekends away at Okehampton and elsewhere, was most recently playing with a society called R to P (or something). This society disbanded during Covid. He is bringing several other players with him to play in our first competition this year at Paultons.