Latest News from CUGC
CUMBRIA COUNTY STROKEPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP AT SILLOTH GC 2019
Friday 12th July 2019
Another Nail-Biting Finish To the Mens County Strokeplay at a glorious Silloth GC.
Cumbria win 2nd Match in Daily Telegraph League
Sunday 16th June 2019
Cumbria v Cheshire at Carlisle Golf Club .2nd match in the NCGU Daily Telegraph
Solway Salver at Southerness GC 31st March 2019
Monday 1st April 2019
Southerness GC hosted the annual Solway Salver competition between Cumbria and South of Scotland.
Recognition for an Outstanding County Career
Sunday 24th February 2019
Cumbria’s golf legend John Longcake retires from County golf after 160 appearances.
INTERCLUB MATCHPLAY 2019
Friday 15th February 2019
The Inter Club Matchplay ( ICMP ) is to be held at ONE venue in 2019.
Stony Holme fly the Flag for Cumbria.
Tuesday 25th September 2018
Stony Holme represented Cumbria in the England Golf Champion Club competition which was held at the Huddersfield Golf Club in Yorkshire over the weekend of 22nd / 23rd September 2018. They qualified to go to Huddersfield after they won the County Inter club Strokeplay Championships held at Penrith on Saturday 4th August 2018. The team of Rory Thompson, Nicky Bell and John Longcake looked to carry on their winning streak to the England Golf competition hoping that they had the right amount of Luck and skill to carry off the trophy.
Green Jacket results for 2018
Wednesday 19th September 2018
The Green Jacket competition is run throughout the season with the results of the various 36 hole competitions run by the Clubs contributing to the overall picture. There are 2 divisions , Div 1 for handicaps of 1.4 and better Division 2 is 1.5 or higher.
Points are awarded in the sequence 14, 11, 9, 7,6,5,4,3,2,1. Where scores are tied the aggregate of points is divided between the players involved.
Woodhall Spa shows its teeth to Cumbria's best!
Tuesday 18th September 2018
, the Junior Champion In the Champion of Champions, our Boys Champion paid the penalty of maybe some wrong decision-making as Will Coxon came home 29th with a score of 29 over. In the Seniors Competition, Seascale's John Rushforth finished 23rd on 21 over. In the County Men's Final Workington's Richard Mewse threatened to take the title on his first attempt but was done in each round by the home run to finish a very creditable tied 7th