News and events

Course Closure

Members and customers, Brett vale is totally closed for the next three weeks. We must all do whatever is needed to beat this awful virus. Everyone must pull together and come out the other side. While we are closed, I will obviously try my hardest to the keep the course in as great shape as possible, so when you all return the course will be ready for you.

This is a time of hardship for us all, we all have a part to play. I wish you all and your loved ones a safe and healthy time through this period.

Stay Safe everyone

Chris

COVID-19 UPDATE

Dear Members

 

LATEST CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

 

From 5.00pm today 20 March, the upstairs part of the Club House will be closed until further notice.  This means no bar or restaurant facilities.  We will keep the outside balcony open. 

 

Our Pro Shop downstairs will remain open as will our toilets but we will regulate the number of people in the building at any time. 

 

At this time we need support and understanding during these unprecedented times.  You can help support us as we will provide a take-away service for outside and for on the course.  This will help our staff to keep working which is vital to our policy at Brett Vale.  Holly will supply details on how we will structure this service later on today. 

 

Please make sure that every player checks in as normal and please book your tee times as normal.  Under no circumstances must anyone start playing on the course without notifying our staff, checks will be made. 

 

If you do not wish to touch flag sticks and rakes then please don’t.  Rake bunkers will stay out but if you choose not to use them please smooth with your foot as best you can. 

 

It is your choice whether to touch the flags but if people you are playing with are the same then just use your initiative.  One suggestion would be within putter length of hole. 

 

We will at all costs keep the course in a good condition and open.  Our staff are totally committed to the cause.

 Thank you for your help and understanding. 

 

Many thanks,

 Chris 

Tams vs Stoke by Nayland

Brett Vale TAMS played their first Inter Club match of the year today 10th March 2020 at home to Stoke by Nayland
They started the year with an impressive 7-1 victory with the course playing well despite the recent rain
Captain Peter Webber playing with his partner Stephen Gooday led the way with a 6 & 5 victory
Wins were also recorded by
Peter Robinson & Keith Ribbans 2 &1
Bill Stowe & Paul Jennings 4 & 2
Mark Milner & Colin Spriggs 2 up
Richard Clayton & Geoff Oakshett 3 & 2
Deb Outar & John Pritchard 3 & 2
Neville Proctor & Barry Root 3 & 1
The only defeat was close by 2 & 1
The TAMS play a further home match next tuesday when they take on Harwich