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Kenilworth Golf Club

Course Status

Kenilworth: Course open. Trolleys allowed. 2 seat ride on buggies not permitted.

Current Events

KGC player becomes County Vice Captain

Wednesday 14th November 2018


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Presentation Dinner 2018

Friday 9th November 2018


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Mixed Competition Winners

Sunday 28th October 2018


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The Seniors Presentation Dinner

Friday 19th October 2018


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The Ladies Celebration Evening

Thursday 18th October 2018


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KGC Women "In the Pink"

Friday 12th October 2018


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Captain's Away Day 2018

Monday 24th September 2018


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Captains' Charity Day

Saturday 15th September 2018


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KGC player beats the 2018 English Senior Amateur Stroke Play Champion

Tuesday 11th September 2018


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KGC's Emma Saywell wins Charles Heeley Challenge Bowl!

Monday 10th September 2018


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Valentines Dinner with Lincoln Noel

The 2017 St Valentine's Day Dinner went with a swing with entertainment from pianist and sometime singer Lincoln Noel.  Sixty six members and guests enjoyed a sumptuous dinner with excellent service while Lincoln played a variety of pieces to provide background music.  With music from variety shows, from musicals, wartime favourites and even music from the charts (albeit quite a while ago) Lincoln played continuously from 7 o clock as the guests ate and chatted.

Once the meal had finished and been cleared away Lincoln took a more active lead in interacting with his audience. Although he had previously played before Princess Anne in his role as a principal concert performer for the Council for Music in Hospitals Lincoln tweeted before his evening at the club "A brand new environment for me; I think I'm nervous attending Valentine's dinner at Kenilworth Golf Club" but his nerves didn't show as he spoke, played, sang and conducted the attendees.  He even got us waving our arms in the air and shouting "Yeah Man" as he sang "The bare necessities".  He played throughout without any music - both his planned programme and requests from the audience.  He even played some excerpts from some classical concertos.  He segued neatly from Tchaikovsky to Rachmaninov before playing Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata - all from memory.

There was a bit of dancing - led by the captains - but overall it was a chatting and listening evening - a very successful one.

Yeah Man!

 

Lincoln Noel The captains led the dancing


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