The launch of our new website gives us a chance to start putting our photo galleries online and over the coming months we'll be adding to this page.
When viewing the full galleries you can download and share any images you wish, and over the coming months we’ll be investigating the option to purchase prints online. The proceeds from print sales will go to the Captain’s chosen charity.
Please note that this page is very much a "work in progress" so please do bear with us whilst we improve things over the coming weeks.
To view all of our galleries at our gallery provider please follow this link.
It’s been a long time coming but here are a few springtime photos taken around the course on 2nd May 2018. It’s all looking rather lovely and as well as looking good the members are reporting that it’s playing really well too.
Photos from 29th April – 36 hole Somerset Golf Union championships, played in great spirits and very chilly conditions. Well done to all of the young players who took part. It really was a great day at the club with a lot of very genuine comments about the standard of the course.
Photos from 12th March following the Hamp Cup. Winners included Paddy Farrell, Colin Hatton, Terry Davidge, Tony Humphries, Mike Crump, Lee O’Connor, Paul Davies, Mike Robinson, Ian Robertson, Phil Cook, Vince Jackson and Pat Morgan.
Our second snow of 2018, and this time the roads were clear enough to get to the club to take photos. Luckily the snow didn’t hang around for long and we were back playing golf with three days.
A very enjoyable cheese and wine evening to mark the newly refurbished clubhouse. Thanks to Tolchards for supplying the wine, it really was rather good.
140 people packed out the clubhouse for the 2017 Christmas Party, and event which also marked the end of the PGC125 celebrations. It was a most enjoyable evening, during which Club Captain Phil King announced that the total raised for the Alzheimer’s Society topped £10,000.
The 125 History Golf event took place on 23rd September, with golfers from all sections of the club playing a nine-hole course laid out as closely as possible to the original.
Action from the PGC125 Junior Open. It was a great day with the new format meaning lots of players won prizes. The youngsters were once again a credit to their respective clubs.
A great day. An interruption for rain didn’t do anything to dampen spirits, and after the last stroke was played we had a new Club Champion. It had been a superb week for the Sloman family.
Photos from the Seniors’ PGC 125 Invitation Day. Another excellent event celebrating our 125 year history.
A selection of photos fro the PGC125 golf weekend event. If anyone wants full resolution versions for prints then just email email@example.com with the number of the image(s).
The food at the PGC125 Celebration weekend was really quite superb. A great effort by Chef Russell and Sous-Chef Aaron that was really appreciated by the evening’s guests. Follow this link below to see a few dishes.
This event took place on 29th April 2017. It was a great day of golf raising funds to support the Junior Section. The gallery contains photos from a couple of hours on the course, so once again apologies to all of those who didn’t feature.
Just a few photos from this event as it was a bit rainy. These were taken over just one hour so sorry apologies to those who don’t feature. You’ll be in the frame next time.
A spectacular day for the season opener. 150 golfers playing a course in wonderful condition and enjoyed a very fine barbecue afterwards. No action photos in this gallery as our photographer was playing!
What a brilliant night this was. A great job by David Potter for motivating so many people to attend and a fantastic example of the social side to T&P.
The club launched its 125th Year celebrations with a “Launch Lunch” on Sunday 19th February. 120 members and invited guests enjoyed a superb carvery, followed by the raising of our new flag.
There will be a range of events commemorating this special year for us, starting with the Captain’s Drive-In on Saturday 25th March.