BRYNHILL (BARRY) GOLF CLUB

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

will be held at

Brynhill (Barry) Golf Club
Port Road, Barry CF62 8PN

Wednesday 21 st March 2018

at 7.30 p.m.

Management accounts and agenda will be available.

Nominations for the offices of Captain, Vice Captain, Honorary Treasurer, President and for membership of the Committee should be made in writing to the office, together with the names of the proposer and seconder, at least 7 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.

Propositions need to be submitted at least 14 days before.
ANY AMENDMENTS TO THE PUBLISHED PROPOSITIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING
TO THE COMMITTEE 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING. NO AMENDMENTS OR PROPOSALS
WILL BE ACCEPTED OR DISCUSSED FROM THE FLOOR ON THE NIGHT.

The dress code will be smart casual.

Ladies AGM

Tuesday 14th November 2017

7pm

Gala Dinner 2017

BRYNHILL (BARRY) GOLF CLUB

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

will be held at

Brynhill (Barry) Golf Club

Port Road, Barry CF62 8PN

 

Thursday 16th March 2017

at 7.30 p.m.

 

Management accounts and agenda will be available.

 

Nominations for the offices of Captain, Vice Captain, Honorary Treasurer, and for membership of the Committee should be made in writing to the office, together with the names of the proposer and seconder, at least 7 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.

Propositions need to be submitted at least 14 days before.

 

ANY AMENDMENTS TO THE PUBLISHED PROPOSITIONS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING TO THE COMMITTEE 7 DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING. NO AMENDMENTS OR PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED OR DISCUSSED FROM THE FLOOR ON THE NIGHT.

 

The dress code will be smart casual

2016-09-12

Sam receiving the Brynhill Captain’s Prize

Sam has been a member at Brynhill since he was 14 years old, and has recently attained the coveted Captain’s Prize at the age of 23. The club are incredibly proud of his achievement, despite being up against 92 other competitors Sam kept his cool and came out on top.

Congratulations Sam, we hope to see many more wins for you in the future!

A link for the article can be found here.

Brynhill Golf Club – Incoming Captain

Brynhill Golf Club held their  AGM in the clubhouse on 17th March 2016.  At this meeting  the out going Captain hands over the reins to the new captain.

Rhys Jones the 2015 Captain presented Matthew Thomas with the Captains green jacket. Matthew will welcome his new management team at the next committee meeting.

Matthew thanked Rhys for his hard work during the past year and promised to give 100 per cent to his new role as the 2016 Captain.

The President, Mr. Keith Atkinson, made a presentation of an engraved watch to Mr. Derek Coombes to recognise his outstanding loyalty and dedication to the Club. Derek has been a member for over 30 years and has been Club Captain, Seniors Captain and Handicap Secretary. After serving on the management committee for 25 years, he can now take a well earned rest and hopefully play more golf.

Captain Matthew Thomas and IPC Rhys Jones (002)

 

The Old record club resumed their Bank Holiday appearance at Brynhill on Sunday 27th March 2016. There was a large turn out as the  Mail on Sunday National winners were presented with their trophies. The team won in grand style in Spain in November 2015 and Brynhill honoured their success with the presentation, including a beautiful cake especially made for them by the President Keith Atkinson’s daughter – in – law, Laura Atkinson.  The Vice Captain, Mr. Mike Underdown, introduced the evening’s proceedings . The Captain, Mr.Matthew Thomas and the President, Mr. Keith Atkinson presented the trophies to Wayne Adams the captain of the winning team who responded by thanking everyone for their support and in coming to the presentation night. Special thanks go to:

Jo Kirkpatrick for all the press coverage and raffles, Roger North Long and Partner, Chris James, The President Mr. Keith Atkinson, Vice Captain Mr. Mike Underdown, Senior Section, Ladies Section, Simmon and Debbie Pringle, and all the members who donated their winnings from presentation night. He added that the support from the members who had followed all the knock-out matches had been really appreciated by the team and, in essence, it probably had improved their game by another 10%. Mr. Peter Hayman the retired President was always there supporting the team and woe betide them if they made a bad shot !!! Wayne thanked all those who followed them to the finals in Spain.

The Mail on Sunday officials had commented on how the team were a credit to Brynhill Golf Club, especially in the way they presented themselves.

Well done team.

Mail on Sunday 27.3.16.

BRYNHILL (BARRY) GOLF CLUB

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

will be held at

  Brynhill (Barry) Golf Club,  Port Road, Barry CF62 8PN

 Thursday 17th March 2016 at 7.30 p.m.

 Audited accounts and agenda will be available at the venue.

Nominations for the offices of Captain, Vice Captain, Honorary Treasurer, and for membership of the Committee should be made in writing to the Secretary, together with the names of the proposer and seconder, at least 7 days before the date of the Annual General Meeting. Propositions need to be submitted at least 14 days before.

The dress code will be smart casual.

Last November 2015, the Brynhill Mail on Sunday mens’ team played their grand final match in Spain and won the prestigious Mail on Sunday Trophy. It is that time of the year again when the knockout rounds resume.  The Brynhill Golf Club team was drawn against St. Andrew’s Major Golf Club in the 1st knock out round and played at Brynhill on Saturday 13th February 2016 in difficult conditions. Brynhill won 3-2. Good luck in the next round.

Burns night at Brynhill Golf Club was well supported with nearly 90 members and guests attending the festivities. Mrs. Libby Fine the Ladies’ Captain organised the event in fine Scottish tradition. The evening started with the guests being served a starter of Scotch broth. The Scottish Piper, Mr. Archie McCasser then piped in the haggis. This fine meal was carefully carried in with full ceremony by the caterer Mr. Mark Dommett. The Piper, Mark and the Toast Master, Mr. Alec Gray toasted the haggis in good old tradition with a large glass of whisky. Alec then recited the Ode to the Haggis. The meal of haggis, tatties and neeps was enjoyed by all and then followed with Scottish shortbread. Mrs. Fine hails from Aviemore in Scotland  and started learning Scottish Highland dancing from the age of two. The Ladies’ Captain performed the traditional Scottish sword dance to a huge round of applause. Many of the lady golfers had been rehearsing for weeks to entertain the guests with a few Scottish reels. There was group singing led by David Fine on guitar and Andy Banks on the Bodhran and harmonica. The songs of Scotland were enjoyed by everyone who attended.

The President Mr. Keith Atkinson congratulated Mrs. Fine the Ladies’ Captain for organising a such wonderful evening.Ladies' Captain - Mrs. Libby Fine