Malton and Norton Rotary Charity Golf Day
Supporting Yorkshire Cancer Research
Tuesday 8 June 2021 at Malton and Norton Golf Club
Sadly we have to comply with the latest National Lockdown and the Golf Course, Clubhouse and Pro Shop will close with immediate effect.
Please do not visit the Golf Club but stay at home as per the Government message – Stay Home, Protect the NHS, Save Lives.
The management team will update everyone with any relevant further information as required but in the meantime if you have any queries please contact us by email, rather than telephone, at [email protected]. The office may not be manned every day so please bear with us if there is a delay responding to your enquiry.
Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time and we look forward to welcoming everyone back to the Club when it is safe to do so.
Please observe the Government guidelines and stay safe.
THE GOLF CLUB, GOLF COURSE AND ALL FACILITIES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO THE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN.
IF YOU HAVE ANY URGENT ENQUIRIES YOU CAN EMAIL THE OFFICE AT [email protected]
STAY SAFE AND WELL AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU ALL BACK WHEN IT IS SAFE TO DO SO.
Approximately 30 lady members, with their invited guests, played in the 2020 Christmas Invitation Day on Monday, 2nd November 2020. This was an exciting day because the new World Handicapping System came into effect and everyone was excited to hear how their Handicap Index translated into shots! Thank you to Chris Glendinning, Match and Handicap Secretary and her team of helpers for keeping everyone straight. In addition, there was a ‘Choose a Square Raffle’ organised by Pat Hague and Pat Ruddock which we hope has raised almost £200 – figure to be confirmed shortly! Thank you to the two Pat’s and their helpers. It may only be November but there are only 52 days left until Christmas Day and it was lovely to have our first home made mince pie and delicious drink of Mulled Wine at the halfway house. Thank you to Jean Seager and her cohorts for their baking expertise.
Results of the competition are:
1st Place – 75 Points – E Brown, J Demoily, P Ruddock & E Kilvington
2nd Place – 73 Points – J Pringle, J James, J Butler & L Emberson
3rd Place – 71 Points – C Simpson, E Blogg, P Hague & G Allison
4th Place – 71 Points – M Thornton, L Cammish, A Mansfield & V Hart
5th Place – 70 Points – A Triffitt, D Craven, S Anderson & M Rogers
6th Place – 69 Points – K Miller, M Tate, W Chapman & M Satterthwaite
7th Place – 68 Points – C Glendinning, C Francis, L Jones & J Hinder
Thank you to Wendy Chapman and Kate Miller for organising the prize table.
All the prizes are on the table in the Spike Bar, with lockdown imminent please will you arrange collection asap. If you don’t manage to collect pre-lockdown you can arrange collection from the office between 9-1pm weekdays. Thank you.
A group of Ladies Past Captains recently enjoyed a delicious lunch served by Marc Presswell and his Catering team.
The Ladies enjoyed a round of golf followed by a three course meal and complimentary glass of wine.
Thank you to Marc and his team for a fabulous lunch.
Catering at Malton and Norton Golf Club is open to members and non-members. Breakfast, light snacks, lunches and Sunday lunch are served throughout the week. Bookings during the week for lunch are not requried but are strongly recommended for Sunday lunch. Please call 01653 697912 to check or to book.
GOLFERS have helped give a Ryedale charity a boost by raising £342 for its funds.
Malton and Norton Golf Club members Judy Gibbard and Barbara Machin organised a golf day, supported by 60 players, in aid of Acorn Community Care in Norton.
The competition was followed by a mini afternoon tea prepared by Presswell Catering, who have recently taken over the catering.
“I found out a little bit more about Acorn and their projects and was delighted that, as a local charity, they were able to benefit from my special day,” said Barbara.
The not-for-profit organisation provides a supported learning service for adults with learning and physical disabilities in Ryedale.
The farm at Whinflower Hall provides projects which promote an active lifestyle and supports people in achieving their full potential.
The money will be used to buy an induction hob for the refurbished kitchen.
“Not everyone with learning difficulties can sense if a hob is hot or not and the induction hob will prevent accidents and burns,” said Julie Hall, farm manager at Acorn Community Care.