Pitch mark repairs
Would every player please take responsibility for repairing their pitch marks. We have received complaints that pitch marks are being left unrepaired and this is affecting other members enjoyment of the game.
Another visiting Captain well pleased with our course and catering teams
Thank you for making my awayday at Chilwell Manor GC a day to remember it started with a very friendly welcome by some members who were in the clubhouse and was extended by everyone we spoke to. The pro shop was as helpful as anyone could be
Now to your catering staff. Sally and her staff were the most pleasant and helpful people you could wish to meet at a golf club, the food was very gòod and well presented.
THE COURSE was in very good condition from the tees to the greens, the groundstaff were just as friendly.
SO once again thank you for making it a day to remember.
Regards David Ward (senior captain spring water golf club)
Fabulous feedback. Just what we like to hear.
From the moment we arrived until we left, we were made to feel very welcome by your staff and members. The staff could not have been more helpful or friendly.
> The course was in extremely good condition, and presented a challenge to all of us. The facilities were excellent. Our food was spot on, and nicely served.
> I sincerely hope our Captain for next Season will return to Chilwell Manor.
> Please will you convey our thanks and appreciation to all the staff involved.
Secretary,Reindeer Golf Society
FIVE ROUNDS, 12.5hours; 17 miles, 90 holes; 346 nett score - what an achievement!!
The above facts speak for themselves! Our Captain first tee'd off at 4.20am supported by his son Martin and son-in-law Simon. Bill Millichip joined the Captain for the first two rounds but fell by the wayside exhausted. Colin Talkes walked the third round with the Captain and video'd his game. We should get some great footage, to be used at an appropriate point in the Captains year, once Colin has downloaded it.
Our Vice-Captain Alan and his wife, James Pegg, Frank Carter, Pete Bradley, Nigel Smith and Terry Adam all turned out to assist and support the Captain throughout the remaining final three rounds.He completed his 90th hole at 5.40pm having taken only a 40minute break throughout the day. He chose to refuse the buggy we made available to him and completed all 90 holes on foot.
Many members generously contributed charity donations in the clubhouse and the Captain will be collecting the remaining donations from members over the coming few days.
The bar has now been set extremely high and our future Captain's, who might be considering challenging this unique record, should firstly be getting medical clearance, spouse permission and psychiatric help!
Mayor's charity day 22 Sept 2017
Last year Chilwell Manor were privileged to be selected as the choice Broxtowe course to host the Mayor and his guests. They were immensely complimentary about the course and the catering and have asked that we host them again this year. To that end we have agreed to host this years Mayor, Halimah Khaled MBE, and her 80 guests on Friday 22nd September, 2017. The day will be a shotgun start at 1pm. Any members looking to play on that day are asked to tee off as early as possible in the morning so that all tees are cleared by 12.45pm.