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Championship Meeting
Thur 16 July
Coffee from: 9.00am
Tee Off: 10.00am & 1.00pm
Lunch from: 12.15am
Dinner at approx: 6.30pm
Prize Presentation around: 7.30pm
Worplesdon Golf Club

Heath House Road
Woking
Surrey
GU22 0RA

Tel: 01483 472277

Entry Opens: Fri 19 June
Entry Closes: Mon 6 July
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ADVISORY INFORMATION:
COMPETITION FORMAT

The Championship Day competition will be a Stableford format, on handicap, open to all Members for the title of Society Champion.

There will be both a Division 1 and Division 2 competition, together with the Over 65’s and over 70’s competitions.

The top 8 Division 1 scores will qualify for the Championship Knock Out Draw.

Dress Code:
On Course, Society Golf Shirt
for Dinner, Jacket & Society Tie

Fixture Trophies - Previous Winners & Holders
Championship Meeting

Div 2
Winner: King Cup
Holder: Paul Fenner
Runner Up: Campbell Cup
Holder: Mike Dyer
3rd Place: Renshaw Rose Bowl
Holder: So Jih Luk

Over 65
Winner: Pensioners Prop
Holder: Ben Dixey

Over 70 
Winner: Geriatrics's Trophy
Holder: Terry Stockley

AM Team Event
Winners: Vice Presidents Cup
Holders: Nick O’Halloran & Paul Bingham

Runners Up: Supermarine Cup
Holders: Rod Ellaway & John Daniel

PM 18 Hole Stableford
Society Champion
Winner: Seely Challenge Cup
Holder: Brian Hallett

Div 1
Winner: Sheppard Cup
Holder: John Angel
Runner Up: Barrie Trophy
Holder: Steve Corbett

Master Mariners Sea Pie Supper

On the 17th February 1928 a number of like-minded Master Mariners met in the Staff Dining Room of the old Royal Mail Steam Packet Company's office at Southampton. Thus, was founded: the 'Southampton Master Mariners Club' or the Cachalots in shorthand (www.cachalots.org.uk). 92 years on they, like us, still exist to form and contribute to the wide range of maritime institutions that reflect the proud and successful longevity of Southampton's maritime history.

Once again 10 of us met with some 400 other members of Southampton's maritime industries and their guests to celebrate the Cachalots annual Sea Pie Supper at St Mary's Football Stadium. As you can see from the accompanying photograph, a good time was had by all.

This year’s Principal Speaker was Dr Stephen Payne OBE. During an illustrious and successful career, he was, as Director of Project Management for Carnival Corporation, responsible for the construction of the Queen Mary 2. His talk provided us with an interesting insight of some of the challenges he faced whilst managing this project in the St Nazaire shipyards in France. He had been inspired as a 5-year-old boy to one day become a naval architect by standing on the banks of Southampton Water watching the original 'Queens' of the oceans proudly arriving and departing.

This photograph is kindly provided by our Centenary Year President elect. Nick Brewer, who took it on Calshot beach with a telephoto lens. During Dr Payne's speech he stated that he regretted that he had been required to reduce the height of the iconic 'Queen's' funnel design in order to enable her to pass under a bridge in Philadelphia at high water. I guess that you, my readers, are not naval architects but would you have guessed that by looking at this photograph?! Finally, you will see in the foreground a young boy gazing wistfully at the gracious behemoth of the oceans. One of this generation’s future naval architects maybe?

George Angas

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Current News

 For details of the new 'World Handicapping System' go to Menu/World Handicap System.

 Want to give something back to the Society - check out the Committee Roles Tab on the Membership page.

 The 2019 Course Survey Results can be seen by 'clicking' the banner above.

Check out the Centenary tab below & offer some suggestions.

Centenary 2012

Our aims for Centenary Year

  Re-energise the principle upon which our Society was formed back in 1921.
  Improve relations with the Port and the Shipping lines.
  Provide a thoroughly enjoyable golfing season on a selection of top quality courses.
  Arrange a Flagship Event at a premier golfing venue.
  Organise a special event, possibly away from a golfing venue where in a social and celebratory style we can toast our first 100 years - or maybe a golfing trip to play courses associated with the Society's history.

Planned activities (provisional at this stage):

Golf:
  Stoneham
  Brokenhurst
  Hankley Common
  Remedy Oak
  Blackmoor
  Hindhead

Social:
Celebratory Social Function with spouses. 

Please let your Committee know, through me, any thoughts that you might have on celebrating this momentous year in the Society's history!

Nick Brewer

 Centenary  

Fixtures 2020    
11 May -  Barton on Sea 17 June - Bramshaw 16 July - Worplesdon
4 August - North Hants 18 September - Hamptworth 14 October - Hockley

Fixtures 2021- Centenary Year
 
12 May - Stoneham 17 June - Brokenhurst Manor 20 July - Hankley Common
5 August - Remedy Oak (provisional) 15 September - Blackmoor 14 October - Hindhead
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