Somerset Golf Union




There are many obvious pandemic reasons for this decision and the county has, from the very start of Covid-19 realised that our clubs/members needs at the end of a compressed season outweigh the counties!

The SGU like all other South West Counties are looking to lift the bulk of the 2020 season and bring it over to 2021. The SGU are looking to mirror dates and venues for championships and inter county league matches at all age groups where possible. Obviously this needs to fit the host club 2021 fixture list to be achieved.

ENTRY FEES; will be addressed a.s.a.p so please bear with us as we seek to refund  everyone over the next few weeks.

Thank you for your understanding and we very much hope to see you all again next season.

The SGU have postponed all activity until June 7th due to Corona Virus. We will be reviewing this date and will take action based on Government guidance. At present no decision has been taken on the future of all Championships. We will make positive decisions with everyones health being the most important consideration and will make such decisions at the earliest oppertunity





Johnny Grace and Kobe Adams are winners at the 2019 years County Championship

Johnny Grace Saltford Golf Club is this years Somerset County Champion following a fine second round 3 under par 68 at The Mendip Gc on Sunday 19th May 2019. 

Played on a course is excellent condition the Championship was blessed with fine weather and a competitive am round say club house leaders Oli Worts Orchardleigh GC and Alex Winn Worlebury GC on 1 under par ahead of Craig Adams Farrington Park 71 and a host of other in close contention.

The afternoon round was dominated by Grace who's 3 under par 68 for a combined total of 143 and a 3 shot victory over runner up Craig Adams Farrington Park 146 with Andy Ferris Long Sutton GC 147 and Vivary Parks James Short 148 in 3rd and 4th place.

Kobe Adams Taunton and Pickeridge picked up the Colts Trophy on 149, his am round helped by back to back eagle 2's. The Junior title went to Dylan Zanh Mendip Spring GC on 151.

1st nett Neil Onslow Saltford GC runner up kieran Bye Bath GC runer up .

Johnney Grace admitted that The Mendip had often got the better of him but for once he had come out on top. Club Captain Paul Smith joined County President Geoff Ogdon in presenting the prizes and trophies as pictured alongside Johnny and Kobe opposite.

A special thank to the members and all staff at The Mendip for hosting this years Championship and we all look forward to 2020 when the current holder will have his chance to defend the title at Weston-Super-Mare GC on May 17th 2020

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Jeremy Larcombe is the 2018 County Champion

In yet another thrilling climax to the Somerset County Championship. Jeremy Larcombe took the title after a 4 hole play off. 

We enjoyed some wonderful weather and a course set up in excellent condition as we arrived at Bath for this years competition. The morning round was dominated by Taylor Stote from Enmore Park who displayed some exceptional golf to reurn a 5 under par score of 66. This opened up a four hole lead over his closest rival, clubmate Matt Kippen. There were a bunch of players all handily placed to take advantage of any lapse in form during the afternoon. Leading the pack were Jason Brock, Sam Fernley and Ian Parham.

Phil White, the defending Champion,  was still very much in contention with a round of 73.

As the scores began to come in from the afternoon there was a feeling that the result would be in the balance, and Performance Coach Russell Covey  confidently predicting a play-off.

Matt could nit hold his form, and a round of 84 put paid to his hopes, There were plenty of players making moves in the opposite direction, notably former County stalwarts George Morgan with a score of 69, and  Tom Lowe with a round of 70. Craig Adams, now restored to the County side, also scored well with 71.

Taylor was another who went backward, a round of 76 leaving him on level par for the day. Sam Fernley was having a good second round, but mistakes on the 17th led to a quadruple bogey and an end to his hopes for this years event.

Jeremy returned with a score 0f 68 to tie the lead with Taylor, and referee Paul Wills took the players out to begin a four-hole play off. They eventually shooks hand on the 18th green with a first County title for Jeremy.

Taylor took the Colts Trophy with Saltford's Louis Archer returned the best score by a Junior on the day. Burnham & Berrow, represented by Phil White, Sam Fernley and Justin Lane retained the Champion Club title.

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