• The Midsummer Cup Champion Gooders with Dave Newham & Pete Keen happy to receive his trophy!

    The Midsummer Cup Champion Gooders with Dave Newham & Pete Keen happy to receive his trophy!

  • 'Harry' The Spring Shield Champion, 2018 @ The Wiltshire

    'Harry' The Spring Shield Champion, 2018 @ The Wiltshire

  • Back in 2002...

    Back in 2002...

    Wynne Hughes, Kath Hughes, Anne Barnes, Donald Barnes.

  • In the height of summer...

    In the height of summer...

    Vince Fairlamb, Pete Keen, David Underdown, Mark Evill.

  • Some of us had more hair...

    Some of us had more hair...

    Andrew Hunter, Jilly Hunter, Bev Dolman, Ges Dolman.

  • And some were a little trimmer...

    And some were a little trimmer...

    NIck Leigh, Doc Watson, Peter Cotterill.

  • Some things never change...

    Some things never change...

    Charlie Park, Martyn Barnes, John French.

  • Midsummer's day 2103...

    Midsummer's day 2103...

    Mark Rendell, Anne Cooke and Graham Cook

  •  a red hot day...

    a red hot day...

    Cookie, Chris Paget and Clive Penny

  • there was some red hot golf...

    there was some red hot golf...

    Pete Keen, Kim Niblock and Alan Walters

  • some more so than others ...

    some more so than others ...

    Dave Newham, Barty and Remoulds

  •  some we just there for the laughs...

    some we just there for the laughs...

    Barney, Wrighty and Vic Smith

  • happy days!

    happy days!

    Doc, Paul Niblock, Peter Laybourne and David Pratt

  • Captain Keith D'Arcy Ryan presenting the Spring Sheild to 2018 Champion Paul 'Harry' Foster

    Captain Keith D'Arcy Ryan presenting the Spring Sheild to 2018 Champion Paul 'Harry' Foster

Dabchick Golf Society

Welcome to the Dabchick Golf Society

The Dabchick Golf Society is centred around the village of Aldbourne, near Marlborough in Wiltshire. The Dabchick Golf Society was conceived in 1994 “To be a society of friends who enjoyed playing golf as opposed to a ‘serious’ golfing society”.

Initially there was a core of three golfers, David Watson, Andrew & Jilly Hunter who pinned some notices up in the local Pubs to see if anyone might be interested. A meeting was held in the bottom bar of The Crown, Aldbourne and the Dabchick Golf Society was born.

The Society has developed and grown into what it is today with seven meetings a year; the two ‘bookends’ of the Spring Warm-up and the Winter Festive Fayre along with the Spring Cup, the Midsummer Open, the Society Shield, the Autumn Masters and Finals Day.

The Society is open to golfers of any standard, from absolute beginners to scratch players; everyone is welcome as long as you want to have fun with friends while playing a bit of golf.