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  • Golf’s governing body recognises our ‘inspirational’ commitment to helping girls and ladies enjoy the game

    Our continued commitment to growing female participation in golf has been recognised by the R&A.

    We are already delivering a number of initiatives for girls and women of all ages and abilities to progress in the game and this was the foundation of our accepted bid to be a signatory to the R&A’s new Women in Golf Charter.

    Informing us of our success on behalf of the R&A Jeremy Tomlinson, CEO of England Golf, said:

    “I was personally delighted to read the commitments that you have made as part of your commitment to the Women in Golf Charter.

    Chesterfield Golf Club will be inspiring other clubs from across the country to develop across all levels of the sport.” 

    Among the initiatives we will continue to run for girls and ladies are:

    • Two Ladies into Golf initiatives per year to help beginners into the sport
    • A Ladies Golf Academy which was launched in 2019 and acts as a bridge between start up and full membership
    • Visits to primary schools to encourage both boys and girls to try the sport and progress to coaching sessions at the club
    • Delivery of the Girls Golf Rocks initiative which will kick on as soon as COVID-19 restrictions allow

    The initiatives have led to over 20 new lady members progressing to join the club in the last two years and we’re committed to growing the ladies’ section a further 10% by the end of 2022.

    At the heart of this is ensuring a warm welcome, making golf fun and instilling a camaraderie as groups progress through coaching on our six-hole academy course before heading out onto the main course.

    We’re also ahead of the game with the level of female representation in our club governance. We’ve pledged not to rest on our laurels and have committed to ensuring this continues.

  • Great finish to the final Gents Seniors Open AmAm 2020

    We welcomed 168 players in the last Gents Seniors Open AmAm of this year – it was a very different day to the previous wet and wild Open back in July, as the sun shone down on our glorious course and happy golfers!

    Hole 3

    Congratulations to our winners:

    • 1st place (88pts) - Brian Whalley, Kevin Waterfield, Nicky Law, Michael Whalley (Chesterfield/High Peak)
    • 2nd place (85pts) - Peter Howitt, John Begley, Brendan Lovelock, David Streets (Chesterfield)
    • 3rd place (85pts) - Phillip Smith, Andy Loveridge, Gary Unwin, Barry Bacon (Shirland)
    • 4th place (84pts) - Paul Bywater, Rob Johnston, Peter North, John Davenport (Chesterfield)
    • 5th place (83pts) - Jim Kirkham, Raph Richards, Steve Ward, Neil Dallman (Commanders)

    Well played all! We’ll be in touch with details of your prizes.

    We look forward to welcoming you back in 2021.

    Full results can be viewed here.


  • Improved practice facilities on the way!

    Work will start shortly on further enhancing our practice facilities after a successful bid to the R&A’s COVID-19 Support Fund.

    We’re delighted to have received the maximum available award of £10k towards a project which will slightly extend existing practice ground facilities, level areas used for practice, improve drainage and irrigation, and introduce matting for year-round use.

    It adds to recent course and clubhouse improvements and enhances the membership offer at our club. 

  • Success alert: Double county championship joy for our juniors

    It’s been a cracking few days for our junior section

    First, Eva Myers was crowned Derbyshire Under 14s Girls Champion after shooting a fabulous 84 gross at Kedleston Park Golf Club.

    And it was followed by Oliver Neal winning the Derbyshire Boys Under 14s version when he carded a magnificent 78 to win by five shots at Chevin.

    The pair weren’t the only CGC players to taste success during the two events.

    At Kedleston, Olivia Barker-Sabido won the best nett overall prize after shooting a very impressive 93-28 for a net 65. It saw her win the nett prize by seven shots.

    Olivia Streets carded the third best nett with a 87-12 for a 75.

    At Chevin Benjamin Wharton joined the celebrations with second placed nett with a 92-24 for a 68.

    Keep up the great work team. We’re super proud of you!


  • Yorkshire visitors emerge victorious

    Sheffield pairing Antony Greenwood and Angela Rowson bettered the scores of 59 other teams to take first place in our Seniors Mixed Open 4BBB.

    Antony and Angela, both members at Beauchief GC, dove-tailed for a score of 43points in glorious sunshine.

    Other prize winners were:

    •  2nd place – 42pts

    Shelia Harrison (Bradley Park GC) and Donald Harrison (Bradley Park GC).

    •  3rd place – 41pts

    Gillian Guest (Tankersley Park GC) and Stephen Guest (Tankersley Park GC).

    •  4th place – 40pts

    Glyn Andrews (Waterton Park GC) and Karen Andrews (Waterton Park GC).

     5th place – 40pts

    • Donald Langham (Thornhurst Park GC) and Elaine Exley (Thornhurst Park GC).

    Well played teams! We’ll be in touch with details of your prizes.

    We look forward to welcoming you back.

    Full results can be viewed here.