Club News

by Secretary

on Tue August 29, 2017

Hole in One Thursday 24 August 2017

New member Michael Lloyd-Court achieved his first ever Hole In One on the 8th Hole here at Shrewsbury Golf Club on Thursday 24 August. 

Michael is pictured below in the middle of his two playing partners on the day, Garry Evans and Terry Cole.

Many congratulations to Michael.


by Secretary

on Fri August 18, 2017

Hole in One Thursday 17th August 2017

Long standing Shrewsbury Golf Club member Colin Gregory had a hole in on the 6th using a 7 iron at Shrewsbury Golf club on Thursday 17 August in a friendly game with his golfing buddies.

Colin has played golf for 53 years, and has been been a member of Shrewsbury since 1976, Colin has had a handicap as low as 7 but never had a hole in one.

The event was well celebrated.

Well done Colin.

by Secretary

on Fri June 30, 2017

Annual Tee Sponsors Day Friday 30th June 2017

Our Annual tee sponsors day for 2017 was contested by twenty two teams.

The overall event was won on count back by the team representing Maesbrook Care Homes with a stableford score of 44 points.

1: Maesbrook Care Homes 44 points
2: Molson Coors 44 points
3: Quest 88 43 points



by Secretary

on Tue February 7, 2017

Scocha Concert Friday 21st April 2017


Scocha, a Scottish folk n' roll band from Hawick in the Scottish Borders will be coming to play at Shrewsbury Golf Club on Friday 21st April from 7.30pm.

The name of the band Scocha – pronounced Scotia – is a clever play on words derived from the surnames of the two founding members Iain SCOtt and David CHApman better known to Scocha fans as Scottie & Chappy. They are joined on stage by Ross on drums, Neil on bass guitar and Dougie on lead guitar and harmonica.

Scocha play a unique brand of Scottish folk music ranging from soft ballads to rousing foot stomping refrains with a rocky edge. Their concerts are enjoyed by all ages and are laced with Scottish banter and infectious humour. Scocha are equally at home playing on a major stage or at a village hall. They are no strangers to Shropshire having given rousing performances to packed audiences at Picklescott Village Hall several times since they first played there in 2005.

There is a word in the Hawick dialect which roughly translated means fantastic. That word is “teesh”. You're certain to have a teesh evening at a Scocha concert. Don't miss it.

Tickets are £15 each & will be available at the Bar from 1st January.
Food will be available at the interval

See for more information on the band.

by Secretary

on Fri December 16, 2016

Annual Charity Presentations Thursday 15th December 2016

At our carol annual service evening on Thursday 15th December 2016, the member’s annual charity cheques were presented to the following charities.

Breast Cancer Research Fund & Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.

Both charities were very grateful of the amounts which our members and guests had kindly donated over the past twelve months.
Just over £4,600 has been raised which was split equally between both charities

Seen below with our Club Captain is Sue Lewis from the Charity Breast Cancer Research Fund.


Seen below with our Lady Captain are representatives from the Charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People