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  • TREVOSE 2018

    RIBA EAST RIBA EAST MIDLANDS RIBA LONDON RIBA NORTH EAST RIBA NORTH WEST RIBA SOUTH EAST RIBA SOUTH WEST RIBA WEST MIDLANDS RIBA YORKSHIRE RIAI RIAS RSAW RSUA AIA

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    The RIBA South West (Wessex) is delighted to welcome you all to the Great Britain & Ireland Architects Inter Regional Golf Tournament 2018........... now there’s a mouthful........... with special guest stars ‘the AIA’ from the USA. The tournament is in its 44th year, there have been 42 events held and 41 that involved a golf competition. There was no tournament in 1993, Scotland had won it 4 out of the preceding 5 years, so it was probably a case of ‘what’s the point’. In 2012, after a successful practice day, Hawkstone Park was flooded resulting in the competition being abandoned before a ball was struck. Therefore we have a dilemma, is the 50th anniversary 2024 (50 years), 2025 (50th event) or 2026 (50th golf competition)? We will leave that ‘squabble’ to the host regions in those years. For now, we are proud to host the 43rd event and weather permitting the 42nd golf tournament.

    In 2007 we held our first South West event at Saunton in North Devon, this year we are inviting you all to the far reaches of Cornwall, to Trevose Golf and Country Club. The course is a Harry Colt design, which opened in 1925, recently it has hosted the Brabazon Trophy in 2008, the McGregor Trophy in 2012 and the England Men’s County Finals in 2017.

    With the excellent ‘on site’ accommodation it should be an ideal venue, with the need for car travel limited to anyone wanting to try the excellent surfing at Constantine Bay down the road, those looking to sample the thrilling St Enedoc links nearby or those that wish to pay a visit to ‘Rick Stein’ town, Padstow.

    We are as ever, immensely grateful to our sponsors, I am sure they will be willing to help out with any queries anyone has with regard to servcies or products they offer. This year’s headline sponsor is Brunel Professions, the largest independent PII specialist in the UK who, as a Lloyds broker, have access to the world’s insurance markets. We are also delighted to have on board our other sponsors, Forbo, Kohler and Murray & Willis. Whilst we are pleased that the tournament can attract sponsors, we are delighted that we are supported by four of the ‘very best’ companies in the construction industry and ones that hopefully will be our future business partners.

    We look forward to the announcement of next year’s venue, being selected by Ulster I believe, a possible treat in store for 2019. After many months of planning, we hope that the event will be a great success, if there is anything you need addressed during the event, please contact one of us.

    Andy McLoughlin 07808 098859 Simon Ford 07901 510847 Roger Goodliff 07813 325404 Chris Morris 07799 133904 Mark Amey 07593 355181

    Captain’s Message Andrew McLoughlin - South West (Wessex) Region

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    YEAR VENUE WINNERS INDIVIDUAL WINNER 1975 PANNA - ALISTAIR REED 1976 ROYAL LYTHAM - MICHAEL RILEY 1977 MOORTOWN - ADRIAN THOMPSON 1978 ROYAL LYTHAM - JOHN HOPE 1979 LINDRICK - GEOFFREY BLOCK 1980 KINGS NORTON WEST MIDLANDS HARVEY WILLIAMS 1981 SANDMOOR NORTH WEST JOHN HOPE 1982 GULLANE No1 YORKSHIRE BRIAN HEAP 1983 ST PIERRE SCOTLAND BRIAN DOCKRAY 1984 CAMBRIDGE WEST MIDLANDS MICHAEL RILEY 1985 NORTHUMBERLAND WEST MIDLANDS IAN DONALDSON 1986 ROYAL BIRKDALE SCOTLAND MICHAEL ANDREW-JONES 1987 GANTON NORTH WEST DAVID BESANT-ROBERTS 1988 MOOR PARK SCOTLAND JAMES NEWTON-RENNIE 1989 ROYAL COUNTY DOWN SCOTLAND JOHN BENNETT 1990 WOODHALL SPA SCOTLAND LAWRIE HOWARD 1991 WESTERN GAILLES YORKSHIRE BRIAN HEAP 1992 ALWOODLEY SCOTLAND MARK LIRONI 1993 No event held - - 1994 NOTTS (HOLINWELL) NORTH WEST DAVID BESANT-ROBERTS 1995 SOUTHPORT & AINSDALE SCOTLAND PAUL JACKSON 1996 HAWKSTONE PARK WEST MIDLANDS ALAN ROBERTS 1997 SLALEY HALL SCOTLAND MARK LIRONI 1998 HUNSTANTON SCOTLAND RICHARD BRIMBLECOMBE 1999 PRESTWICK EIRE BRENDAN CASHELL 2000 ROYAL PORTRUSH EIRE CHRIS COOPER 2001 WALTON HEATH YORKSHIRE PATRICK SHAFFREY 2002 FULFORD YORKSHIRE PATRICK MORPETH 2003 ROYAL PORTHCAWL YORKSHIRE BRIAN HEAP 2004 PORTMARNOCK EIRE KEITH McFARLANE 2005 TURNBERRY SCOTLAND ROGER DAVIES 2006 ROYAL LIVERPOOL WEST MIDLANDS BRIAN HEAP 2007 SAUNTON (EAST) YORKSHIRE TIM JOHNSON 2008 ROYAL COUNTY DOWN SCOTLAND BRIAN HEAP 2009 NOTTS (HOLINWELL) YORKSHIRE SHANE SANTRY 2010 RAMSIDE HALL SCOTLAND JACK AITKEN 2011 WOBURN (MARQUESS) YORKSHIRE ANDREW WRIGHT 2012 HAWKSTONE PARK No play, course waterlogged - 2013 FOREST PINES EIRE ANDREW WRIGHT 2014 COUNTY LOUTH ULSTER SHANE SANTRY 2015 ROYAL ST GEORGES EIRE JACKIE REYNOLDS 2016 CARNOUSTIE NORTH WEST GEOFF ALSOP 2017 ROYAL BIRKDALE EAST MIDLANDS WILLIAM MOORE 2018 TREVOSE Awarded to the best 4 stableford totals from each region Awarded to the individual with best stableford points 2019 To be announced at the Gala Dinner

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    The New Trophy This year we have a new trophy........................................................... there isn’t a mantelpiece in an ‘architect designed house’ in the British Isles, that would not begrudge adornment by such a unique and reverent object. A simple item, unconcerned with symbolism or reference and an entity not immediately obvious as a golf trophy. As significant designs often are, it has been criticised by some, one witless individual commenting, ‘it is similar to a sombre receptacle for the ashes of a beloved cat.’ It is, however, a trophy that will become well known, much loved and greatly desired.

    The trophy has got off to an ignominious start however, with it’s provenance already questioned regarding the 2018 winners. The trophy incorrectly logs ‘West Midlands’ as triumphant, at Royal Birkdale in 2017, causing the all conquering East Midlands to be collectively aghast.

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    Itinery (detailed itinery to be issued once locations, eg dining room, golf check in room, Captain Meeting room, are confirmed)

    SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 09.00 - 12.00 Check in to Trevose Golf & Country Club 12.30 - 16.00 Practice Day on Trevose Championship Course start times 20.00 BBQ (location to be confirmed, weather dependent) MONDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER 08.00 - 12.00 Golf Registration (no later than 20 mins before tee time) 08.30 - 12.04 INTER REGIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT 2018 START TIMES Please hand your score cards in to organisers at the scoring hub after your round 18.30 Captain’s Meeting (location to be confirmed) 19.30 Drinks Reception 20.00 PRESENTATION DINNER (Jacket, sport jacket or blazer, tie optional) Including trophy presentations and announcement of the venue for 2019

    TUESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 09.00 - 10.00 Check Out

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    Practice Day Start Times

    SUNDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER

    12.30 SOUTH WEST (SF, RP) & FORBO 12.40 YORKSHIRE 12.50 YORKSHIRE 13.00 USA (AMc) 13.10 USA & EAST 13.20 EIRE 13.30 EIRE 13.40 WEST MIDLANDS 13.50 WEST MIDLANDS 14.00 NORTHERN 14.10 LONDON 14.20 LONDON 14.30 EAST MIDLANDS 14.40 EAST MIDLANDS 14.50 NORTH WEST 15.00 NORTH WEST 15.10 SOUTH WEST (CM, MA) & KOHLER 15.20 SOUTH WEST (RG) & BRUNEL 15.30 ULSTER 15.40 ULSTER 15.50 SCOTLAND 16.00 SCOTLAND

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    Tournament Start Times

    START TIME PLAYER 1 PLAYER 2 PLAYER 3

    08.30 Peter Darlington (2) North West James Boon (4) East Midlands - Capt Dan Stewart (4) Scotland

    08.39 Brian Heap (5) Yorkshire Moray McLeod (5) Scotland Rolf Haarstad (5) USA - Capt

    08.48 Richard Johnston (6) USA Andrew Wright (6) Yorkshire Christian Morris (6) South West

    08.57 Vijay Taheem (6) Yorkshire Simon Ford (6) South West Martin O’Kane (6) Ulster

    09.06 Mark Batley (6) North West Mark Emms (6) Yorkshire Glen Wade (6) Scotland

    09.15 Ben Stephens (7) East Midlands Stuart Irvine (7) Yorkshire John Reid (7) Ulster

    09.24 Mattia Flabiano (7) USA Paul Roberts (8) East Midlands Mark Amey (8) South West

    09.31 Keith McFarlane (8) Scotland - Capt Rob Forbes (9) East Midlands Shane Santry (9) Eire - Capt

    09.40 Dave Smith (9) North West Ken Drew (9) Scotland Dan Noble (9) USA

    09.49 Joey Kragelund (10) USA Rob Grewcock (10) East Midlands Christie McNoughton (10) Scotland

    09.58 Mark Duffy (10) Eire Melvyn King (10) East Midlands Rory Caithness (10) Ulster

    10.07 Ben Smith (10) Kohler Nick Smith (11) Eire Keith Summers (11) North West - Capt

    10.16 Iain Bailey (12) London Ian Williams (12) West Midlands Fiona Storber (12) Yorkshire

    10.25 William Moore (12) Ulster - Capt Rob Tate (13) London - Capt Gary East (13) North West

    10.34 Roy Olsen (13) London n/a Tim Johnson (14) Yorkshire - Capt Jackie Reynolds (14) Eire

    10.43 Chick Mackie (14) Scotland Mark Antolak (14) North West Andrew McLoughlin (15) South West

    10.52 Wallace Russell (15) London Roger Hofler (15) Eire David Charles (17) Northern

    11.01 Colin Robinson (17) Ulster Paul Rogers (17) Forbo Michael Aston (18) London

    11.10 Henry Lambon

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