ROYAL SIGNALS CORPS GOLF
It may be known as the sport of Kings, but Royal Signals Golf is open to all. Whether you’re a scratch player, or scratching the surface with a handicap of 54, as a member of The Corps you are welcome to join us.

Both male and female golfers are welcome and all play in the same competitions. Most events are open to both serving and retired soldiers and officers and competition fees are rank-ranged to encourage junior soldiers and officers.

The only pre-requisite for entry is that you hold a valid handicap (CDH number) and you must be a member of the Army Golf Association. What are you waiting for? Get in touch now via the Contact Us form below.

KEY EVENTS

Corps Championships Spring Meeting– May 2019 at Ashley Wood Golf Club

Corps Inter-Unit Championship – June 2018 a Lutterworth GC

AGA Inter-Corps Matchplay Championship – July 2018 at Saunton GC

Corps Championship Autumn Meeting – September 2018 at Trentham Park GC

R Signals Inter Unit Competition 2018 Countdown

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SPRING MEETING 2018

The competition was supported by almost 90 golfers of various ability which is an excellent turnout. The driving wind and rain on the first day challenged everyone and cause play to be suspened. After a pause everyone returned back out onto the golf course to complete their first round.  Sunshine and a slight breeze welcomed all golfers on the second day, bring new challenges and the need for sun cream.  Once again, Ashley Wood Golf Club hosted all those that attended superbly.

MATCH 1 - ROYAL SIGNALS v INFANTRY
The first match of the season has taken place against the Infantry. Playing against a very strong opposition and horrendous conditions the team won – 8.5 to 3.5. Well played!
MATTCH 2 - ROYAL SIGNALS v AGC
The second match of the season has been played against the AGC. Playing in fantastic sunshine against a good team and on an excellent golf course the team won convincingly – 10.5 to 1.5.
MATTCH 3 - R SIGS v ACC
The third match of the season has been played against the ACC. This historic fixture against a purely veteran team took place on the Army Golf Course. The team excelled again and won convincingly 9 points to 3.
GOLF DEVELOPMENT - BELEK, TURKEY 2018
Selection started in November 2017 to gather together a maximum of 8 players for a 5 day tour in Turkey. Over 20 players were considered and asked.

The format for the Tour was scratch matchplay rounds and a handicap stableford.

A full write up on the whole tour will be published in a future episode of ‘The Wire’ magazine.

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