Men's Midweek Stableford
Winner: Chris Mach - 40 points
Runner-Up: Rob Williams - 40 points
Ladies' Stableford & Ladies' Seniors' Stableford
Division One Winner: Sue Mercer - 39 points
Division One Runner-Up: Jane Morris - 35 points
Division Two Winner: Sandra Hughesdon - 39 points
Division Two Runner-Up: Nikki Smith - 37 points * Nikki Smith won The Meyer Cup *
Mixed Team Competition for the R&A Quaich
Winners: Alison Harrison, Kim Bristow, Iain Thomson & Ian Fantham - 91 points
Runners-Up: Roger Wickenden, Paul Stanford, David Bogle & Steve Marshall - 89 points
Ladies's Scratch League "B" Team versus Bishop Stortford Match halved.
Titleist Demo Day
This year's Titleist Fitting Day is on Wednesday, 1st June and the day's appointments will run between 11am and 4pm. This is a great opportunity to try out the very latest Titleist gear, which is excellent!
Please call the Pro Shop on 01442 842307 for more details.
Ollie Ross Gets Custom-Fit For New Mizuno Irons
My first Mizuno custom-fit session was with Ollie Ross who was blitzing some new Mizuno MP-5 and MP-25 irons so beautifully, he went on to purchase seven of them! I can't guarantee you'll hit it like Ollie, but wouldn't it be nice to have a new set of sticks?
Please click here to book a fitting
Polo Ralph Lauren men's clothing
I've just taken a very large delivery of men's Polo Ralph Lauren and RLX clothing. This season's colours and styles are simply amazing and with the Ashridge club logo on most items, what better shirt or sweater could you wear to make you look and feel fantastic?
Please come in soon and one of us will be delighted to show you the range.
It appears as though we've skipped spring and moved straight into summer so you'd better start playing a different game as a result. First of all, you'll need to be more aware of where the pin is located when you step on the tee. By doing this, you'll be able to make a decision on where you'd like to try and put your tee shot for the best line in to the green. Once you're facing your approach shot, you'll have to be aware of how firm the greens are becoming, the wind speed and direction and where you'd like to leave your ball should your approach shot not go as intended. And finally, if you are missing your approach shots in the wrong place, you may or may not be able to play straight at the hole with your chip. In other words, making solid and sensible decisions before you play, might just yield some great benefits. Good luck!