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2019 Pennant Golf

Glenelg Golf Club’s #TeamGlenelg has a strong history in Junior, Men’s, Women’s and Senior Pennant Golf in South Australia having won their first cup back in 1940. 

2019 Pennant Teams & Managers

MEN’S PENNANT  
Simpson Cup  
Managers:

Gary Thompson
Geoff Attenborough

Team:

Ben Layton
David Hiern
Jack Buchanan
Jack Tanner
Josh Hayes
Michael Munn
Sam Earl
Harry Burner

Bonnar Cup   

Manager:

Wayne Humphries 

Team:

Andy Humphries
Ben Magi
Harry Burner
Henry Duregon
Luke Bashford
Michael Ratajewski
Simon Gallie
James Bridgen

   
WOMEN’S PENNANT  
Sanderson Cup  
Manager: Jill Hodge
Team:

Charley Jacobs
Elysia Yap
Shakira Kuys
Sarah Crocker
Jade Kinita
Tilly Wheare

Pike Cup  
Manager: Jan Dale Harris
Team:

Tilly Wheare
Bec Hughes
Lou Pike
Eliza Baker
Taylah Cooper
Jo Lendrum

Women’s A3   

Manager: 

Anne Marks

Team:

Jo Lendrum
Jo Ricourt
Juliet Culley
Sue Raggatt
Sue Tuohy
Fiona Eblen

Cleek 2  

Manager: 

Liz Kelton

Team:

Des Carey
Frances Macpherson
Joanne Rice
Lynette Carter
Pat Crowhurst

   
JUNIOR PENNANT  
Sharp Cup  
Manager:  Matt Grundle
Team: TBA
Junior Division 2  
Managers:  Daniel Leonard & Haydn Ryan
Team: TBA
   
Chair of Selectors Shane Robinson

Pennant Coaches

Sarah King PGA Professional & Glenelg Golf Club Head Coach
Sam Hughes PGA Professional & Glenelg Golf Club Pennant Coach

 

Pennant Season Schedule & Results

Download the complete SA Pennant Schedule & Draw here (updated 6th May)

Round Date Team Glenelg   Against   Course Time Score
Rd 1 6-May Cleek 2 Glenelg beat Westward Ho at The Stirling   3/2
Rd 1 6-May Women’s A3 Glenelg beat Kooyonga at West Lakes   4/1
Rd 1 12-May Simpson Cup Glenelg beat The Grange at The Vines   6/1
Rd 1 12-May Bonnar Cup Glenelg beat Flagstaff Hill at Kooyonga   5/2
Rd 1 12-May Junior Div 2 Glenelg   (Bye)        
Rd 2 13-May Women’s A3 Glenelg beat North Adelaide at Royal Adelaide   4/1
Rd 2 13-May Cleek 2 Glenelg lost to Tea Tree Gully at Tea Tree Gully   1.5/3.5
Rd 2 19-May Simpson Cup Glenelg beat The Vines at The Grange   5.5/1.5
Rd 2 19-May Bonnar Cup Glenelg lost to The Grange at Blackwood   3/4
Rd 3 19-May Junior Div 2 Glenelg lost to The Grange at Mt Osmond   1/4
Rd 3 20-May Women’s A3 Glenelg beat Mt Osmond at Kooyonga   4/1
Rd 3 20-May Cleek 2 Glenelg beat Flagstaff Hill at Glenelg   5/0
Rd 3 26-May Simpson Cup Glenelg vs Thaxted Park at Royal Adelaide 12.05pm  
Rd 3 26-May Bonnar Cup Glenelg vs The Vines at The Vines 11.15am  
Rd 1 26-May Sanderson Cup Glenelg vs Mt Osmond at Royal Adelaide 8.05am  
Rd 1 26-May Pike Cup Glenelg vs Kooyonga at Tanunda Pines 11.05am  
Rd 1 26-May Sharp Cup Glenelg vs Country District at Glenelg 11.15am  
Rd 4 26-May Junior Div 2 Glenelg vs Country District at Glenelg 11.15am  
Rd 4 27-May Women’s A3 Glenelg vs Blackwood at North Adelaide 11.00am  
Rd 4 27-May Cleek 2 Glenelg vs The Grange at Flagstaff Hill 8.30am  

 

Follow all the #TeamGlenelg Pennant news here

 

Pennant Sponsors

Thank you to all of this years’ #TeamGlenelg sponsors. 

Click on the logos to learn more about our sponsors

 

2018 Pennant Winners


2018 Pike Cup Winning Team

2018 Simpson Cup Winning Team

2018 Women’s A3 Winning Team

South Australia Pennant History

Men’s Pennant: The Simpson Cup, named after Mr Fred N Simpson, was inaugurated in 1927 ‘…For the annual competition between several city clubs…’ Fred Simpson was a member of the family that established the Simpson white goods industry in South Australia.

The Simpson Cup was originally for competition between Kooyonga & Royal Adelaide from 1927 to 1938. Post World War 2 the Grange & Glenelg joined in the fray with the competition being modified and altered from time to time with finals and additional club teams. In 2008 Southern District and Mid-North District entered teams in the competition.Women’s Pennant: The start of Women’s Pennant has a less certain history dating back to 1929 when ‘…three wooden shields, black with silver lettering, were purchased for A, B & C Grade – cost not to exceed £2/2/- each…’

The SA Pennant Competition continues to evolve and expand in its effort to provide competition golf between clubs at the highest level. Adaption of technology such as on-line competition management and scoring has simplified administration of the Competition for all concerned.

The highlight of the current Competition is no doubt the Final where Simpson Cup & Sanderson Cup (Women’s A1) are played at one of the ‘sand-belt’ golf Clubs drawing five hundred and more spectators each year.

Glenelg’s Recent Pennant History

2005 – 2011
7 years, 7 flags
  • 2 x Sanderson
  • 1 x Pike
  • 2 x Bonar
  • 1 x Sharp
  • 1 x Women’s A3

Director of the Glenelg Coaching Academy, Gareth Jones came to the club in 2011 – and 2012 and brought a winning formula to the club  implementing a pennant training program with a focus focused on short game. Since Gareth’s Appointment as Head Coach of Japan Golf our coaching staff have continued to focus on Gareth’s methods and consult with him on a regular basis when he is home 

2012 – 2018
7 years, 15 flags
  • 3 x Simpson
  • 3 x Sanderson
  • 2 x Bonnar
  • 3 x Pike
  • 2 x Sharp
  • 1 x A3
  • 1 x A4

I think it’s fair to say we have forged a reputation as a Force in Pennant Golf in SA. In other Words, we are now the Hunted!

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