Antony Edward Chatterley
LADY CAPTAIN 2019
Mr Roger Clague
LADY CAPTAIN 2018
Mrs Caroline Reed-Clayton
I took up golf with my husband Paul after a family holiday in Chicago in 2003. We were lucky enough to go to Medina Golf Club for lunch and I was immediately hooked by the whole set up of golf. When we got back, we started playing at the Warren and had some lessons. After a year playing the municipal courses, we joined Bidston and my (mild) obsession with golf took hold.
I work Wednesday to Friday at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre and I can honestly say, I love my job. I’m very fortunate to have a great deal of support from my family, friends and colleagues which enables me to play a lot of golf. I am proud to have reached my goal of a handicap of 12 but need to learn how to play to it now! Our famous camaraderie at Bidston means you will always get a game and I have gained a lot of very good friends from all sections of the club who I know I can rely on to keep me well grounded. As with each year, I always look forward to the season and I hope everyone has a happy and healthy 2018. I couldn’t do any of this without the unwavering support of my beloved Paul
Mr David Parsons
Dave has been a member of Bidston for 11 years.
Locally born in Leasowe he joined the army in 1976 served for the queen and country and done 3 tours in Northern Ireland. In 1990 Dave became a licensee.
Dave’s current handicap is 11 and has won numerous golf trophies, the most recent trophy The Captain has won is the Leverhulme Golf Trophy with his team Past Captains Richie Woods and John Smith. This trophy has not been won by Bidston Golf Club since 1963.
The Captain is happily married with two daughters and four grandchildren.
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Lady Captain 2017
Mrs O Roose Jones
Ron my husband was a member at Bidston, so in 1991 I decided “if you can’t beat them I’ll join them”
Following the death of our grandson Sam in 1990 aged 3yrs, in 1992 I was asked to become a Trustee of the Claire House Appeal to build a Children’s Hospice. With Claire House open and a teenage wing added on I resigned as Trustee. However, I still continue to fundraise, give talks, and volunteer in many different roles and it also gave me a little more time to enjoy my golf