Wags 50th Anniversary Celebration
14 August 2019
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from 1 April
Wags Summer Knockout
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17 July  
The Claret Jug competition
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31 July  
The Harvey Boone Cup competition
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7 August  
Wags & Ladies Scramble and
Wags-only Scramble

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10 July 2019
Match v Buckinghamshire (home)
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22 July 2019
Match v South Herts (away)
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23 July 2019
Match v West Herts (away)
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Wags Summer Knockout Harvey Boone Cup 31 July Wags 50th Anniversary Wags & Ladies Scramble 7 August Claret Jug Competition 17 July Withdraw from Competition or Match Buckinghamshire (home) 10 July South Herts (away) 22 July West Herts (away) 23 July
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The Wags and Seniors of Sandy Lodge Golf Club
Founded 1969

Founded 1969


The Silver Jubilee Cup

This cup competition was inaugurated in 1994 in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the founding of the Wags. Played as an individual Stableford using 4 clubs and a putter. This is not a handicap qualifying competition.

Winner 2019: Hugh Brewer  -  32 points  

The Harvey Boone Memorial Trophy

The Wags was formed in 1969 and Harvey Boone was one of the founder members and was President of the Wags from 1977 to 1981. He was an optician and had a half-day on Wednesdays and played golf with Cyril Thomas and Bertie Brown, their association developing into the Wags as we know it today. Played as an individual Stableford.

Winner 2018: Masayuki Miyakawa  -  37 points

The Centenary Claret Jug

This competition was inaugurated in 2010 in celebration of the Centenary of Sandy Lodge Golf Club. It is a charity event and all proceeds go to the Vice-Captain's charity.
A Stableford competition.

Winner 2019: Garry Glover -  38 points

The Bill Imber Trophy

This trophy is in memory of Bill, a member of the Wags for many years, who died in 2002. Bill is remembered as a courteous, peaceable, fun-loving Wag, a true gentleman. The significance of the trophy is that Bill had a very individual putting style. Played as an individual Stableford.

Winner 2019: -  Masayuki Miyakawa 37 points

The Lawrie Clarkson Cup

This cup was presented in 2001 by Lawrie Clarkson and the competition is played as an individual medal, "the way golf should be played" Lawrie said. Assisting our Scribe for many years, Lawrie took an active interest in the Wags until his death death in 2013, aged 101.   

Winner 2019: Richard Midgley net 68  

The Cyril Thomas Memorial Trophy

This handsome trophy was presented in 1981 in memory of Cyril Thomas, a founder member of the Wags. Foursomes Stableford.

Winners 2019: David George & Alex Haslett -  37 points

The Bertie Brown Memorial Cups

Bertie Brown was a founder member of the Wags and was very fond of Fensomes. The cups were presented in 1976 in his memory.
A fensomes competition, played in pairs.

Winners 2019: Ken Godfrey & Mike Holden -  34 points

The President’s Tankard

This competition was inaugurated in 1997 and the tankard presented to the Wags by the then President, George Barton. Played as an individual Stableford.

Winner 2019: Adel Hanna  38 points

The Wags Eclectic Trophy  

This fine trophy, presented in 2015 by Peter Tanner, is an interesting addition to our competitions and is played over 3 of our six individual competitions during the year.

Winner 2018: Alan Thackrey  -  net 61.7

The Donald Brown Salver

Donald's widow presented this fine salver in 1989 in memory of her husband. The competition is played over 11 holes as a Stableford. It is an opportunity to enter a competition for those who are no longer able to play 18 holes.

Winner 2018: Colin Gross -  26 points

The Wags Putter

The competition for the Wags Putter was started in 2015 when the Cann & Taylor antique putter was donated by a Wag and mounted by a local craftsman. The competition is played over 18 holes without handicaps and was originally played on the same date as the 11 – hole Donald Brown Salver.

Winner 2018: Robert Wendt  -  37

The John Crump Trophy

This trophy was presented in memory of John Crump by his daughter. John was a long-standing and much respected member of the Wags. He died in 2004, just before his 91st birthday and was playing golf on a regular basis until one month before his death. John will be remembered for many years to come, particularly as the Summer Knockout competition is now played for this trophy.

Winner 2018: Graham Robertson

The George Maplesden Picture   

This watercolour, belonging to George, was presented to the Wags in 2008 by his daughter. George was a member of the Wags for many years and was a true gentleman in word and deed. The three winners of the Christmas 11-hole Scramble share this prize for one year.

Winners 2018: Colin Gross, Tom Ramage, Robert Wendt -  net 34

Wags Trophies    
For all previous winners go to our Honours Board page -  click here

Wags Honours Boards

All are welcome to play in trophy competitions but only those who have played on 6 non-trophy competition days in the previous 12 months are entitled to win a trophy. New Wags are required to play with the Wags 6 times before being entitled to win.

The Captain's Prize

The winner of this competition receives a prize  provided by the Wags Captain, and is a Stableford competition.

Winner 2018: Robert Wendt  -  40 points

The Famous Grouse Trophy

This trophy was donated by the Famous Grouse Company in 1989 and the winner of the Stableford competition bearing its name was traditionally given a bottle of their whisky. This competition was dropped in 2001, and in 2015 it was decided to play for this trophy in our new Par 3 Competition.

Winner 2018: Tom Ramage  -  35 points

The Wags Links Challenge Trophy

Inaugurated in 2018, this handsome trophy is presented to the winner of a competition played on the Wags Links Tour organised by Steve Smithson.

Winner 2018: Masayuki Miyakawa -  38 points