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Care on the course - message from the Greens Committee

Greens Committee alert - September 2018

To all members and vistors - due to the extreme weather we have had lately, more care needs to be taken when walking the course. There has been a few instances where people have fallen or slipped on areas of the course.

Where the grass has not fully recovered and is still a bit bare, especially on some slopes, there is an increased risk of slipping, please be more careful on these areas.


Gary Johnstone

Chairman of Greens

Captain's Trophy to the Seniors 2018

The Captain's Trophy to the Seniors was won by Tony Cooper with a score of 36 points, decond with 34 points Barry Arnold on a card count back from this years Senior's Captain, Dave Read. 

Photo to follow.

Alderley Edge Retain 9 Hole Cheshire Championship at Hale GC

LAST year Cheshire were the first county in England to stage a 9-hole championship which proved to be a great success at Alderley Edge Golf Club with entries open to men, ladies and juniors of the Cheshire clubs

The Edge Captain Bill Fisher, who recently won the England Captain of Captains title, was the first winner of the championship and he returned to Hale Golf Club to defend his title.

Hale provided a fine course and excellent hospitality enjoyed by all of the players and in a close finish just a point separated the top five players.

 In a cpo on 21 points Nick Barrowclough (Alderley Edge) took top spot ahead of James Eaton (Hartford) to take the title back to Alderley Edge Golf Club.

Nick thanked all at Hale for providing an excellent course and his delight at winning the competition.

He was presented with his trophy by Cheshire President elect Andrew Henshall (Wilmslow Golf Club) who also paid tribute to everyone at Hale and the players for another very enjoyable and well contested competition.

The venue for next year’s championship will be announced in the near future.

Bill Fisher is England's Champion Golf Captain

Huge congratulations to Bill Fisher after winning the title of England's Champion Golf Captain last week.  This follows his win as Cheshire 9 Hole Champion in 2018 at AEGC.

Follow the Link below to read the full details






CHEF/COOK wanted at AEGC

Alderley Edge Golf Club are looking to recruit a Chef/Cook to join our team on a part time basis.


  • This position would suit someone who would like part time work and can be flexible as extra hours will be required on occasions
  • The working hours will primarily be: 11.30am - 14.30pm Monday to Friday and 9.30am- 14.30pm Saturday
  • There is a possibility that this role could be shared if the ideal candidates are identified


  • Prepare and cook food
  • Able to work on own initiative
  • Able to work as part of a team
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills
  • Able to operate all and various appliances
  • Have excellent housekeeping and cleanliness standards
  • Able to complete essential paperwork on a daily basis
  • Clean food preparation areas in line with current legislation
  • Ordering of stock
  • Management of stock
  • Working to a budget


  • Basic Hygiene certificate essential
  • Level 2 Food Hygiene (preferred)

Job Types: Part-time, Temporary

Salary: £8.00 to £10.00 /hour


  • Wilmslow SK9 (Preferred)


  • English (Preferred)

Please contact if you are interested in this role or pass to family and friends - closing date Friday 25th August 2018


Ron Ricketts wins the Centenary Trophy - Sunday 8th July

On Sunday 8th July, the Centenary Trophy was contested by a field of 45 members from the Ladies, Gents and Seniors sections of the club. Played in temperatures peaking at around 30 degrees in the mid-afternoon this was a real stamina test for all involved. Congratulations to Ron Ricketts who won on a card play-off from Paul Penney in second place, both shooting a fantastic net 66.  A special mention also to Gwyneth Holt who was the highest placed Lady, finishing 4th overall with a net 69.

The presentation of the Trophy and prize was made by the Captain who was delighted that the competition sponsors, Margaret and Graham Sumner were both in the audience to support the occasion. As a consequence of Ron winning he will now have his name added to his wife Julie’s (Lady Vice-Captain) on the Honours Board – well done Ron!


Simon Barber

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