WGC Captains & Club Information
Walhampton Golf Club is an established club affiliated to the Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands County Golf Union, the Ladies County Union and English Womens Golf Association.
Director Brian Goodall
General Manager Vicky Duval
Mens Captain. Gordon MacDonald
Ladies Captain Eve Ritchie-Fallon
Handicap Secretary John Bulman
The Men’s & Seniors section
Captain: Gordon Macdonald
The Men’s section of Walhampton Golf Club is for any male member of the Club.
The Men’s section can join in the mixed roll up on a Wednesday, if they are over 55 can join the Seniors Roll up on a Thursday and also have a Roll up in the summer months which is run on a Friday evening at 6pm from the beginning of May until mid September.
We also run men’s qualifiers and other competitions on Wednesdays and at the weekends so even workers get a chance to compete.
The Seniors Section of Walhampton Golf Club is a vibrant and dynamic part of the club.
Open to any male member over the age of 55 the section offers a range of competitions and opportunities for social golf.
Roll-up day is on a Thursday, teeing off at 10.30am. There are usually two qualifiers each month, with the other roll-ups devoted to a range of relaxed and sociable competitions which is also a great way of meeting new people.
In addition to the roll-ups and other club events, the Seniors play around twenty matches per year (ten at home and ten away) against Seniors from other clubs. The first match is usually in March, the last in October. These matches involve clubs from as far away as Avington Park, near Winchester, to Ryde on the Isle-of-Wight.
The essential thing about the seniors section is that one does not have to be a good golfer to be an integral part. Skill levels vary widely and enjoyment is the objective.
Captain: Eve Ritchie-Fallon
Charity: Lymington Hospital Scanner appeal
The ladies section is a very friendly part of the club and hold their roll ups on a Monday at 10:30am, and join in the mixed roll up on a Wednesday ay 10:30am. Names are drawn at random so you will meet and play with new and different ladies. Qualifying competitions are played once or twice a month.
We also hold fun competitions on our roll up days which add challenges to your game then we stay for a chat and a cuppa in the clubhouse.
We compete in matches both home and away with several different clubs and join in coffee morning events and hold our own coffee morning which is supported very well by old and new friends.