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  • 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.

  • Sheffield visitors take the spoils in sun-kissed Ladies Open

    A packed field of 148 golfers took part in our sun-kissed Ladies Open AMAM.

    Emerging victorious with a score of 81 points were Sheffield quartet Helen Hilton (Beauchief GC), Sally Wademan (Beauchief GC), and Kathy Stacey (Beauchief GC) and Jane White (Hallamshire GC).

    Other prize winners were:

    •  2nd place – 80pts

    Melanie Davey (Chesterfield GC), Tracey Klek (Beau Desert GC), Nicola Lockley (Beau Desert GC) and Trudy Hanson (Branson GC)

    •  3rd place – 75pts BB9

    Jayne Helliwell (Bingley St Ives GC), Heather Staniforth (Hallamshire GC), Carol Dudley (Woodsome Hall GC), and Joan Lee (Woodsome Hall GC)

    •  4th place – 75pts

    Kim Hopkinson (Chesterfield GC), Shelagh Lancaster (Matlock GC), Sue Drake (Chesterfield GC), Judy Gascoigne (Matlock GC)

    •  5th place – 74pts

    Hazel Foster (Beauchief GC), Angela Rowson (Beauchief GC), Helen Richardson (Beauchief GC), Carol Cuval (Dore and Totley GC)

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

    Thank you for your support ladies. We look forward to welcoming you back.

    Full results can be viewed here.

  • We're hiring - could you deliver an outstanding clubhouse experience as a key part of our team?

    Clubhouse Hospitality and Catering Manager

    (contracted service provider)

    Chesterfield Golf Club is on the up – could you play a key role in the next stage of our journey?

    Despite the challenges of COVID-19, almost 80 people have joined our membership since the end of lockdown.

    We have around 700 playing and social members and continue to attract top national and regional events together with visiting parties from far and wide – not just because of our championship-standard golf course, but also our fantastic clubhouse facilities with stunning views.

    We’re looking for a Clubhouse Hospitality and Catering Manager who shares our passion and commitment to provide members and visitors with a great clubhouse experience which makes them want to keep coming back.

    As a contracted provider you’ll employ your own bar and restaurant team. You’ll work closely with the club’s management team – bringing fresh ideas and delivering an attractive food and drink offering for the benefit of the golf club and yourself.

    The position

    • Chesterfield Golf Club is a private members club established in 1897. It is considered one of the most prestigious venues in the region. It has a busy golfing calendar with a substantial number of golf and other social functions centered in and around the clubhouse, with considerable opportunity for further expansion.
    • We are looking to continue to develop the full potential of the clubhouse into a social hub with increased footfall and participation by members, guests and visitors.
    • We are looking for a quality supplier to deliver an innovative, self-motivated professional and friendly catering and bar service in a ‘can do, will do’ manner and work with the board of directors to generate:

    - Increased footfall on a sustained basis

    - Increased use of and enjoyment of the clubhouse

    - New ideas for social activities driven by the need to provide service to members and guests as well as make commercial gains

    - Marketing initiatives including contributions to ideas, social media and web campaigns as well as all other forms of marketing

    • Family accommodation is provided as part of the contract with water, gas, electricity and internet services provided.

    The facilities

    •  The Club has a fully fitted kitchen, cellar and bar together with lounge bar, snug and restaurant areas with capacity for approximately 150 persons which may be inspected by appointment.
    •  The Club has facilities to enable access by persons with disabilities.

    The responsibilities

    • Liaise with the Board of Directors and the Secretary Manager to provide a service of the highest standards
    • Hold the necessary licences and qualifications to deliver the services
    • Provide services and opening hours as agreed with the Club
    • Ensure that all Clubhouse users abide by the regulations of the Club
    • Provide the services during opening hours agreed with the Club
    • Provide security for the Clubhouse as agreed with the Club
    • Maintain in a safe, clean and tidy state all areas of the Clubhouse to which the service applies
    • Increase profits for the benefit of both the supplier and the Club

    The services

    • Provide well trained and attentive staff to help deliver the services
    • Prepare and serve a balanced range of quality home-cooked food through the restaurant, bar and ‘half-way house’ (a refreshment stop for golfers when on the course) and also gastronomic experiences on request
    • Bar snacks daily
    • Lunches and meals for members and visitors
    • Catering for events including funerals, parties etc., by agreement with the Club       
    • Themed events by agreement with the Club
    • A program of entertainment
    • Provide a welcoming front of house service to members and visitors
    • Manage, staff and stock the bar to provide a full bar service on agreed opening hours
    • Maintain a service at the ‘halfway house’
    • All services to be maintained to standards agreed with the Club

    The supplier will

    • Demonstrate professionalism, enthusiasm, ability and flexibility
    • Have the necessary licenses and qualification
    • Understand the management of catering, bar and cellar
    • Recruit and manage the team with skill and understanding
    • Communicate with particular focus on customer service, teamwork and the ability to respond positively to challenge
    • Demonstrate business acumen and integrity
    • Take a lead role in the health, safety and first aid responsibilities of the services

    The earnings potential

    • The Club enjoys a lively social scene and business generated primarily from the sport of golf and related activities. The potential for increasing business is significant and as earnings will be based upon trade the Club expects a successful supplier to help achieve significant growth which will reflect directly into the earnings of the supplier who will receive agreed percentages of the income from both the bar and catering operations.
    • Applications should be via post or email including a CV with a covering letter explaining your motivation for applying for the role and how you feel you can contribute to the Club’s development.
    • Applications must be received by 30 August with interviews shortly afterwards.

     

    Sean Boyle

    Secretary/Manager

    Chesterfield Golf Club

    Matlock Road

    Chesterfield

    S42 7LA

     

    secretary@chesterfieldgolfclub.co.uk

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • Great scoring in Gents Seniors Open AMAM

    Over 200 players braved the ‘British Summer’ in our Gents Seniors Open AMAM – with some fantastic scoring belying the wet overhead conditions.

    Congratulations to our winners:

    • 1st place (91pts) - William Bainbridge, John Burnham, Nigel Hart and Sean Ballentine (Brierly Forest GC)
    • 2nd place (89pts) – Robert Wright, Martin Fielder, Mark Lobar and Peter Smith (Chesterfield GC)
    • 3rd place (86pts) – John Barker, Alan Baddams, Brian Fischer, and Paul Bownes (Tapton Park GC/Chesterfield GC)
    • 4th place (83pts) – Brendan Lovelock, Peter Howitt, Peter Grimwade and David Streets (Chesterfield GC)
    • 5th place (83pts) – Mick Cartwright, Geoff Thompson, Richard Farmer, Peter Stubbs (Sickleholme GC)

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

    Thank you for your support gents. We look forward to welcoming you back.

    Full results can be viewed here.