Updated 11th November
Tyrer picks up double bubble...
Mark Tyrer completed the season at Mottram Hall by collecting the Captain's Cup & Race to... Trophy. It has put a shine to a promising first season in TAGGS for Mark and capped a fine season finale for our Captain, Mick Metcalfe.
A great 2023 season, well done Mick.
Introducing our 2025 Captain....
Steve Coulton has been elected Captain for our 2025 season. Steve has been a member for many years and was actually a Captain at the turn of the 21st Century. Great appointment.
John Davies takes over from Pickford.
John Davies has become the TAGGS Chairman for 2024. Steve Pickford stepped down at the AGM after 5 years and John took over. John has been a member of TAGGS from the start in the 80's and is a good appointment as we move into our 40th Anniversary year.
TAGGS Announces MNDA Charity Day
As part of our 40th Anniversary celebrations we are pleased to announce we are hosting a Charity Day on 24th July, 2024 at Warrington GC.
The Charity of choice is MNDA, and generously The Stuart Middleton Foundation has agreed to be our Mainline sponsor.
Thank you to Stuart and his team as we start the planning on what should be a fantastic day.
During the 2023 AGM the fixtures for 2024 were announced. 2024 is a bit special for TAGGS, this year we celebrate our 40th Anniversary. The venues chosen for the year are a mix of the very best courses visited and a look back at our society and where it all began.
You can find all details by hitting the link below
Vinny Mason wins Singles Trophy
Vinny Mason was triumphant in the Singles Trophy Final at Mere GC against Daz Roberts. Daz started his round well taking a 2 hole lead after 6. A little more consolidation and he was 3 up with 6 to play. Vinny came roaring back and started to play a little more like his normal game. The pair teed off the 18th A/S. Vinny took the 18th with a solid par & won the tie.
We had record number of entries this year and we have been able to manage the ties in a timely manner to allow the final to take place in September. A very successful competition that went right down to the last hole.
Rick Hudd secures WEA Individual Trophy.
Rick Hudd secured the WEA Individual Trophy by the slenderest of margins over Shaun Jenkinson. The trophy is contested over the last two days of the WEA and the combined score of both players was the same. Therefore a card play-off was needed, for the first time in some time. Rick proved to be the winner and can be seen collecting the trophy from Chairman, Steve Pickford. Shaun came a close second and Mark Tyrer & Mick Metcalfe claimed third, again with equal overall scores, some three points back from the leaders.