The W.E.D.G.E.S.

The Welsh Entertainers Do-Gooders Golfing Enjoyment Society










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This photo was taken in 2010 but I don't seem to have any other photos of the course, I will remedy that soon!

Captain: John Booth
Mike Davey

President: Colin Price - Freeman of the 
Borough of Neath & Port Talbot 
Vice-President: John Edwards
Chairman: John Jackson
Vice-Chairman: Kenny Morris
Sectretary: Roger Parsons
Treasurer: Bob Webb
Handicap Sec: Frank Webb


Immediate Past Captain
Club Officers (above)
Dave Devreaux
Phil Elliott
Ken Gregory
Mark Roche
Rod Woodward

Max Boyce M.B.E.
Ruth Madoc
Sir Bryn Terfel C.B.E.
Sir Gareth Edwards C.B.E.

Honorary Professionals:
Ian Woosnam O.B.E.
Bradley Dredge
Past Captains:

 Kevin Budge (2019)
Steve Kane (2018)
Mike Thomas (2017)
Ian Webster (2016)
Paul Gregory (2015)
Adrian Gregory (2014)
Rod Woodward (2013)
Jimi Webb(2012)
Bob Webb (2011)
Frank Webb (2010)
Ken Gregory (2009)
Mark Roche (2008)
Colin Price (2007)
Kenny Morris (2006)
Mike Williams (2005)
John Edwards (2004)
Nicky Piper (2003)
Jeff Alvey (2002)
Kenny Morris (2001)
Phil Elliott (2000)
Wayne Michaels (1999) Mark Roche (1998) Roger Parsons (1997) Owen Money (1993-1996)


45 members and 8 guests played today in what looked like it was going to be a very wet day as we sat in the clubhouse doing the draw for the tees for our 1:30 shotgun start, but the wewather cleared and it turned out to be a pleasant day mostly in sunshine.

I must mention that the best guest today Nial Powell plays off a handicap of +1 so he must have played the course one under gross to come in with 36 points. Well done Nial.

Roger Parsons with home course advantage took first place.

Steve Williams came in second position.

In third place was Mark Roche

Best Guest was Nial Powell

The results were:

1st: Roger Parsons - 38 pts
2nd: Steve Williams - 36 pts
3rd: Mark Roche - 36 pts

Best Guest - Nial Powell - 36 pts

Peter Walters achieved a two on his card today

Richard Evans also had a two

Nearest the pin was Peter Walters

Roger Parsons seems to accept his two shot handicap reduction with some resignation.