Somerset Golf Union

Pickeridge Bowl Final 2021

Tall Pines Winning Team 2021


It has been agreed by the clubs that the 2022 inter-club knockouts will be played on a home/away basis with home advantage being decided by a coin toss, conducted by a representative of the South Western Counties Golf Association. We will look to fix neutral venues for semi-finals and finals. 

Home captains/managers will be responsible for arranging each fixture with a choice/flexibility of dates being available. Please play every round by the play by date and submit the results immediately by email to; "".

Only in exceptional circumstances will a short extension to the rounds play by date be considered and if any fixture remains unplayed by its play by date the result will be decided by coin toss.

Tee times at many courses are limited due to demand. Please make every effort to complete you fixture at the earliest opportunity.

The draw for the 2022  

Pickeridge Bowl Draw 2022

Holders; Tall Pines 2021

Played by 08.05.22

Played by  03.07.22

Played by 21.08.22                   

Played by 18.09.22

Round 1

Round 2




at Wheathill



at Weston-S-Mare


Burnham & Berrow Weston-S-Mare
at Burnham & Berrow


Tall Pines

at Tall Pines  

Farrington Park Farrington Park

at Farrington Park

Mendip Mendip

at Mendip

Enmore Park

Oake Manor
at Oake Manor Oake Manor

Long Sutton

at Minehead & West Somerset

Minehead & West Somerset Minehead & West Somerset
at Minehead & West Somerset

Stockwood Vale



at Bath  Bath


at Worlebury

Worlbury  Worlebury
at Worlebury

Taunton & Pickeridge

Pickeridge Bowl Final 

In match 1 there was a comfortable win for Charlie Carpenter leading the way for Tall Pines against Tom Hurst. There was a similar victory for Wayne Black (The Mendip) over Jake Thompson in the second match. At the back of the field Ian Hall secured another point for The Mendip beating Steve Baker 3/1 and in the final match, The Mendip skipper Dave Cox lost out to Nick Annison 4/2. So with the score tied at 2-2 , everything rested on the shoulders of the Tall Pines captain Bill Mather up against Liam Copp. Bill was 1 up as they came to the 18th where a brave half saw Tall Pines home by the narrowest of margins.

Congratulations to both teams on a well fought match played in a great spirit. As the sun set, Bill Mather received the Pickeridge Bowl from SGU President Tony Mason in front of the Clubhouse.

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