Truro Men's Team win first round in the CTC

Truro Golf Clubs CTC side took on Mullion Golf Club in a closely contested first round tie at West Cornwall on Sunday. The teams were greeted with calm winds and blue skies for the commencement of the foursomes matches. A close match was expected and that was the result at lunch with the score line 2-2 but very the important 9th man 3/4 point going in favour of Mullion.

Truro required 4.5 points from the afternoon singles and Jared Mortimore would lead the team out top and had a great game against fellow county player Josh Chaplin eventually winning by a 3/1 margin. Alec Penrose then got revenge on current County Champion beating Jamie Greet 3/1 who he lost to in the semi final of the County Championship in September.

Truro continued winning ways with Paul Suddes beating Alex McHugh 4/3 and Truro legend Gary Andrew holding on to beat Lindsay Dale by just the 1 hole. That meant 4 points were in the bag and only a half point was required to take the match...

George Champion played George Popperwell but unfortunately lost the last hole to lose 2 down. At number six, Peter Simmons was making his CTC debut for Truro and kept his nerve to win the 17th hole to go 1 up against James Ruddick which would guarantee the half point needed for Truro to win the match. Simmons would go on to win 1 up and with Nick Martin beating Graham Cowls 4/2 the final match between Mark Bracey and Al Woodward took an honourable half giving a final score line of Truro GC 7.5 - Mullion GC 5.25.

Truro now face St Enodoc GC on the 21st November. Details on the venue to be advised.

CGU County Week 2021

Truro Golf Club hosts historic County Championships for the first time in the clubs history.

Mullion Golf Club’s unheralded Jamie Greet became only the second winner of the Cornwall Amateur Championship when he defeated Richard Ackland (St Mellion) in Saturday’s 36-hole final over a splendid Truro course. Click on the image to read more


Truro Senior Ladies annual Open Day 2021

Truro Senior Ladies annual Open Day was held on 5th August. Despite very wet conditions 96 ladies from throughout the County enjoyed their day.

Jenny Barrington & Maggie Holmes from Carlyon Bay (pictured left) won on count back with 42 points, 2nd were Brenda Arch & Carol Mitcham, 3rd Lynn Wilson & Mel Byrne, all from Falmouth.

The Senior Lady Captain chose to organise a raffle in aid of the Merlin MS Centre which raised £380.

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