Men's and general Trophy Events

 

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: Two rounds to qualify. Lowest 16 one round scores to play match play over 18 holes.   Finals 36 holes (Junior B 18 holes). Snr : 0-10.1, Int: 10.2-14.9, Jnr: 15-23.6,  Jnr: B 23.6 to 35.2

#STROKE PLAY CHAMPS: Two rounds. Total gross score in all divisions.

CAPTAIN’S TROPHY:  One qualifying round.  16 lowest net scores to play match play on handicap.

MENS SUMMER CUP: Best Stableford 

GEORGE BENNETT TROPHY: Best Nett

MENS STABLEFORD PLATE: Best Stableford 

MENS SHOOTOUT TROPHY: Matchplay sudden death

RAE GREEN PUTTING TROPHY: Best 2 round total for putting           .

PRESIDENT’S TROPHY:    One qualifying round. Best 16 net scores to  qualify Draw partner’s 4BBB matchplay on handicap. Lowest handicap gives all the shots. To be played off the men’s card.

PRESIDENTS SALVER This will be played for instead of Presidents Trophy if not enough Ladies for the President’s Trophy.

WUMP TROPHY: Teams of 10 Players. (If more players want to play on the day 10 players have to be nominated for scores before play commences) Average of team stableford scores.

SEASONAL ECLECTIC:   Best 18 holes gross, less half handicap over the period defined in the programme.

MEMORIAL DAY:  Ladies and Men.  Individual best net.

DULCIE SMITH TROPHY:  Mixed & Men’s - Choose own partners, Canadian Foursomes.   Half combined handicap.

MURRAY HALBERG:  Best Stableford winners to represent club at District Finals.

AVALON TROPHY: Mixed & Man's - Choose own partners Foursomes Alternate Shots Half combined Handicap 

 

Ladies Trophy Events

 

CHAMPIONSHIP (Silver):  0 to 18.4 Two qualifying rounds. Lowest 16 gross score over one round to qualify. Match play over 18 holes.  Final over 36 holes.

CHAMPIONSHIP (Bronze 1):  Wootton Trophy: 18.5 to 26.6 Conditions as above. Final over 18 holes.

CHAMPIONSHIP (Bronze 2):  Mercer Cup:  26.7 to 40.4 Conditions as above.  Final over 18 holes.  

#STROKE PLAY CHAMPS: Two rounds Gross. 

LADIES SUMMER CUP: Best Stableford 

GEORGE BENNETT TROPHY: Best Nett

LADIES STABLEFORD CUP: Best Stableford 

LADIES SHOOTOUT TROPHY: Matchplay nett sudden death

PHYL TOMLINS TROPHY: Best Nett

FAULKNER PUTTING CUP:  Best 3 out of 6 rounds.

LGU BUTTON:  Best 4 from 11 cards Silver, Bronze 1 & 2

LADY RAE MEECH ROSE BOWL: Best 5 cards out of 8. March-November

MURRAY HALBERG:   Best Stableford - Winners represent club at district finals.

 

2020 Club Strokeplay Results

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2020 Wump Trophy Winners: Div 11

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The 2017 Hunt Electrical Mens and Womens Trentham Open was played on Saturday 18th November in mostly fine and calm conditions. Over 120 golfers represented the field from various clubs all around the Wellington region.

 

Thanks to the support of our principal sponsor Hunt Electrical Ltd and our hole in two/longest drive sponsor, Aardvark Audio as well as the active participation of member volunteers including marshals, referees, scorers, sausage sizzlers, caterers, the John Hunt challenge team, the day was a great success.

The green staff have been doing a terrific job looking after the course and a number of vistors commented how well the couirse was prepared.

The club also wants to thank the following sponsors Golf Warehouse, Rimutaka Bottle-O bottle store, Jinas World of Fresh Produce Lower Hutt, Kevin Smith, Maidstone Sports, Flair Flooring Upper Hutt and prizes donated by members.

Congratulations go to our 2017 champions

Nick McClure - Mens Open Champion, Kiki Maepu - Mens Nett Champion

Carol Antipas - Ladies Gross Champion, Jan Tomlinson - Ladies Nett Champion

Special mention is given to Jamie Ryland who played the perfect shot on our 3rd hole.

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Nick McClure the 2017 Mens Hunt Electrical Trentham Open Champion

Jan Tomlinson the 2017 Ladies Nett Hunt Electrical Trentham Open Champion

 

 

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In action at the 4th Tee Past President Murray McClure Putting

 

 

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All smiles on the tee

 

Ladies at the open

 Robyn, Shona, Nicky, and Faye taking time out for the camera

 

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Mike Letoa - Trentham Camp President

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Also in the field was the Samoan High Commissioner H.E Leasi Papali'i Tommy Scanlan.

This is the second year the High Commissioner has supported our Open and the club sincerely hope he continues to do so in the future.

  

News Letter

The newsletter is kindly put together by Mike Letoa.  Articles are always welcome and can be left at the office for inclusion in the newsletter.

   

Trentham win the 2013 WGI Mens Champion of Champions

Trentham Golf Club took out the Champion of Champions held at the Miramar course on Sunday 17 November.  The team of Nick McClure, Dion Codyre and Neil Haxton won the event with a combined gross stableford score of 165 2 shots ahead of host club Miramar on 163 followed by Karori on 162.  Trentham's effort on the day was impressive in benign conditions with Nick McClure leading the way taking individual honours on a course he was playing for the first time with rounds of 68 and 71. McClure tying with Eden McCabe from Boulcott Farm on 139. Trentham's junior player Neil Haxton finished runner up in his division on 162. 

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Match Committee Updates