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Somerset Golf Union

Somerset Bowl

Holders Clevedon GC

2020 Draw

The final will be played at Enmore Park on Saturday 19th September 2020. Should Enmore reach the 2020 final an altenative venue will be chosen on the same date if possible.

The dates to be played by set for each round will be enforced unleess exceptional circumstances arise to necessitate a short extension. 

Winning Club -  Please update the County Secretary with the result of each round played and on the day played ; secretary@somersetgolfunion.co.uk

Round 1

to be played by 

15.05.20

Round 2

to be played by

26.06.20 

Round 3 

to be played by 

31.08.20

Semi Final

to be played by 

12.09.20


WORLEBURY



at Mendip Spring


KINGWESTON


at 

WINCANTON



at Farrington Park

ORCHARDLEIGH





VIVARY PARK


at Cricket St Thomas


LONG SUTTON


at 

FARRINGTON PARK



at Wells

WHEATHILL




at 
BLEADON HILL


at Isle of Wedmore



STOCKWOOD VALE


at​ 

BREAN


at Worlebury

CLEVEDON






ISLE OF WEDMORE

at Wheathill

ENTRY HILL


at 

ENMORE PARK


at Oake Manor

BURNHAN & BERROW





TAUNTON & PICKERIDGE

at Long Sutton


MINEHEAD & WEST SOM'T



at 

CRICKET ST THOMAS


at IBrean

TALL PINES



at 

WESTON-SUPER-MARE


at Clevedon





SALTFORD


at 

 WELLS


at Stockwood Vale


TICKENHAM







​FOSSWAY
at
at  Orchardleigh


​MENDIP SPRING



at​ 


​CHANNEL COURSE


​at The Mendip

​BATH






​BYE


​at n/a CANNINGTON

CANNINGTON


at 

​OAKE MANOR  


​at Burnham & Berrow

 THE MENDIP







  CLEVEDON WIN SOMERSET BOWL
at
The Isle of Wedmore Golf Club
on Sunday 29th September between
CLEVEDON & TALL PINES


With the Somerset County Officials away at the English National Finals the Somerset Bowl final 2019 was played on Sunday the 29th September at the Isle of Wedmore Golf Club.

Much consideration had been given by Clevedon, Tall Pines and the SGU before the match as availability for all was limited due to fixture congestion. Both clubs agreed on the date and on behalf of the Union a special thanks goes to the Isle of Wedmore and their Club Captain Kevin Osmond for managing the event from start to presentation.

The match was played on a windy but dry afternoon when much of the Country  suffered severe weather conditions with flooding common place. The result saw Clevedon win by 4 ½ to ½ the second County Tournament Triumph in a matter of weeks having won the Trounson Trophy at Bath.

Both Captains were quick to express their thanks to all concerned and in particular to Kev Osmond (Captain Isle of Wedmore). Alex Murry (Team Captain all Pines GC) was most complementary on the course presentation and stated that his teams opponents on the day handled the wind well and were worthy winners.

Matt Hocking (Team Captain Clevedon) was modest in victory and emphasised how everyone’s ability to work together in arranging date and venue succeeded in creating a final played when it most suited the two finalists. 







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