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Thursday 16th June

Thursday 16th June will be remembered by some for the torrential downpour we all experienced and Northern Ireland's historic win over Ukraine.

However at AEGC it will be remembered as the day the horses and goat were on the course.

AEGC - Max Penney - From AEGC Junior to Professional Golfer

Alderley Edge Golf Club is delighted to announce that they are the shirt sponsor for Max Penney, Golf Professional.

Max joined AEGC Junior Section in 2004 at the tender age of 10 years old.  He was following a long line of Penneys with both his Grandfather and father having been longterm members of AEGC.

Max turned professional on 1st January 2016 at the age of 22 and is playing  the UK Pro circuit and came 6th Yesterday at Warrington GC finishing on -3.

He is playing in the British Open Qualifer at the West Lancs G C on Monday 20th June with a tee off time of 12.34.  If you would like to follow him at West Lancs or on Twitter his address @MPenney4 and his facebook name is Max Penney.

We wish Max a very successful summer and further posts will be available on this website as he progresses.

Seniors Golf at AEGC - The Beetlestone Bowl

Dave Slater and Stephen Saunders were the proud winners of The Beetlestone Bowl, one of the prestige competitions in the Senior's calendar.

Dave and Stephen won with an impressive 45 points but had been pushed all the way by their playing partners Trevor Rathbone and Malcolm Lowery.

However it was Don Crawshaw and Niall Golding who came in second behind the winners with 41 points

New Greens mowers

The Club has taken delivery of two new 1000 Toro Greensmasters which are 21"Pedestrian mowers with brush, narrow spaced front wheel and front roller.

These two machines are designed specifically for cutting the Greens.

New Ball Washers

The 250 Club has very generously sponsored the 10 new ball washers which have recently been added to the course.

If you would like to support the 250 Club, which supports the Club's 'wish list' as well as giving its' members the opportunity to win a prize 4 times a year, please contact Hilary in the Office who will send you a membership formo. 

AEGC - Reciprocal Golf - Congleton Golf Club


To create added value for members of Alderley Edge and Congleton Golf Clubs a reciprocal club affiliation will be entered into with immediate effect.
This will also serve as a marketing opportunity for both clubs to attract new members.

The main points of this affiliation are as follows:
1. To book a Tee time at Congleton Golf Club call the professional on 01260 273540 and choose option 2..
2. The affiliation is open to all fully paid members of each club on a reciprocal basis.
3. This offer is not open to Country, Introductory packages or Social members.
4. The members can play free of charge at the other club.
5. Members must book the tee time with the respective professional of the club.
6. The professional has the sole right to approve the booking.
7. Bookings will only be allowed at recognised quiet times at the respective clubs at the discretion of the professional.
8. Each club will respect each other's members and will not in any way attempt to sign up the member for their own club.
9. All guests must sign in upon arrival and produce photographic identification.
10. The professional will hold a list of the members who are eligible to play at the affiliated club and will cross check against the photographic ID. Anyone who is not on this list will not be eligible to participate in this scheme. 
11. The opportunity to play may be possible on every day of the week once again at the discretion of the professional.
12. Each club will produce a guide of the available times for the respective clubs. 
13. Whilst it cannot be an exact match it is intended that each club will allow the same amount of guest times and numbers.
14. Guests will be allowed to play as 2,3 or 4 balls. Single golfers will not be allowed.
15. Maximum number of rounds per individual will be 10 in any one year.
16. Guests will not be allowed to enter the reciprocal clubs competitions unless it is an open competition.
17. Guests have to respect all local rules and dress codes of each club.
18. Any guest who does not respect the club will not be allowed to book again.
19. Guests are encouraged to visit the bar/catering of the respective clubs.
20. Each club will be allowed to promote the attractions of the golf affiliation via local media, web site, display boards and other promotional areas.
21. The clubs will review the affiliation on an annual basis.
22. The clubs are free and independent to manage their own affairs and can promote their own clubs with other special offers if they deem suitable.

In addition to the above the two clubs will strive to work together in a mutually beneficial manner such as sharing marketing ideas, successes and failures. It is also intended to arrange a friendly competition between the clubs on a home and away basis.
Simon Barber,
AEGC Director of Marketing and the Marketing Committee

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