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The last draw of the 150 club was held on 21st December 2014 and the winner of the £500 1st prize was Mrs Liz Doyle. The Treasurer was plaeased to act as Father Christmas and deliver the prize to her home the folowing day. Liz had just had an operation on her hand and is a semi invalid for nine weeks. The winner of the 2nd prize was well known to us all has he is forever collecting a prizes of one kind or another. I speak of course of Mr Sid Gilroy who is a bandit in the clubhouse as well as outside on the golf course.
The committee will deliberate in the next few months to see if the 150 club can be reinstated. it's format changed or organize something else. Watch this space for news.
Mr Stephen Farmer and his wife became the proud parents for the first time of a beautiful baby girl just before Chrstmas. Althought there is no truth in the rumour that she was born in a stable and there was a star overhead, Steve is insisting however that his wife gave birth to an angel. He does admit however that while it was not the emaculate conception he felt it was pretty great at the time.
On the 9th November Mr Keith Crowther became 84 years young. He is hoping to play golf in a few weeks and he is confident he can shoot his age! However his other wish to have sex again before he is 90 seems optimistic.
Welcome to Brackenwood 2014.
May I say how proud I am to be your Captain for 2014 and I sincerely hope I will be as successful as those Captains who have gone before me.
I hope you all have an excellent year of golf, in what promises to be an exciting year, not only with the Open taking place locally at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, but also with our juniors, who are celebrating their 40th Anniversary.
I look forward to a round of golf with as many of you as possible and to meeting you're wives and families at social events during the year.