This is the tour pic for the Golf tour to Hampshire back in May At the front is Nick Seward – winner of the Red Fleece – before it went missing!!
email received: As you can see from the photo I no longer need Rachel for cuddles as I am passed that stage with my new lovely girlfriend! Due to that fact that Nick obviously has no respect for the red … Continue reading
email received: My name is Chucky and I have something valuable that belongs to you! My term for its return is simple! I dont want money, or fame. All I want to be taken to bed for one week … Continue reading
It’s up there with the greatest disappearances of all time. Lord Lucan, Shergar, the Jules Rimet trophy and Moog when its his round! THE RED FLEECE HAS BEEN LOST! Between the event organiser and the winner of the prized award, … Continue reading
On the rare occasion that there has been a day without much rain 24 of the Swans finest golfers battled the elements to play Stockwood Vale. The days winners were Nick Carter with the longest drive. Rich Carey with nearest … Continue reading
The tour clock is recording less than a month to the annual pilgrimage down South where once more we go for our 4-day endurance test. Dangerous Tours has done a fantastic job in organising 4 superb golf courses, a coach plus a … Continue reading
The last update for the half year mark doesn’t seem that long ago, but the tour countdown clock has now passed the 3 month marker. Dangerous Tours Mk IV will soon be upon us!!
Initial stages of planning for a re-match against our golfing/drinking friends from Kingswood – perhaps towards the end of 2011. Perhaps we could play for a small trophy – like a salver – anybody got one??
The Swan Shirehampton Golf Day Friday March 4th 2011 Bournemouth Tour 2011 Thurs 12th May until Sunday 15th May 2011 The Swan Summer Open 2011 Cumberwell Golf Club Sunday 28th August 2011 – including magic bus this year The … Continue reading
Joe would like to apologise to Stockwood’s green keepers for creating a massive crater on the 11th tee after spectacularly blowing up. With an ‘unassailable’ lead going into the turn, scoring 26pts on the front 9, the pressure became to … Continue reading