“The Bishops” is the Men Seniors section of Bishop’s Stortford Golf Club.

To be a member of the Bishops you must be a member of the club and be 55+ years of age and retired (or at least available to participate in mid-week competitions or matches).

The Bishops meet for 4-ball, better-ball, friendly matches every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings throughout the year between 07.30 and 08.30. Simply turn up, join in and enjoy playing with a variety of like-minded golfers.

The Bishops also have a number of Matchplay, Foursome, Greensome and Singles competitions and, of course, monthly Medals – all of which attract good prizes and trophies. A minimum of three medals must be played in any 12 month period to qualify for competitions.

Throughout the summer months, Bishops representative teams play matches (home & away) against the senior’s Sections of other clubs in the area. This presents a unique opportunity for members to experience a variety of courses and make new friends outside their own club.

Any member of BSGC interested in registering with the Bishops should contact the Archbishop or any committee member (as published on the Bishops’ Section notice board) for further information.

Committee Members

TitleName
Archbishop Mick Newman
Deputy ArchbishopGary Griffiths
Competition SecretaryGeoff Gosling
Match SecretaryMike Standen
TreasurerRod Haddock
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