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10th September 2014
7th World of Squash Golf Day
WGD14 Roeham

The 7th Annual World of Squash Golf Day moved to the impressive Moor Park Golf Club in NW London. Eventis Sports brought together golfers from all walks of squash, including players, sponsors, administrators, media and fans of the sport.

The stunning championship High Course looked stunning in the late summer sun and proved a fitting challenge for all levels of golfers. As always preparation was varied ranging from hitting plenty of balls on the range, fine tuning the putting stroke to a pint of beer and a bacon roll before hitting the 1st Tee.

After dinner was served the prizes were awarded with the winning team coming from court company Roehampton (91 points) who fielded Paul Lindsay, Michael Hill, James Deaman & Neil Symons. Second spot went to host’s Eventis with 90 points, while, perennial bridesmaids PCL did win something this year, unfortunately it was the wooden spoon!

The lightening fast greens, made putting a challenge, so it was no surprise that the winner got round with just 27 putts and in doing so Seb Carmichael-Browns played to level par and racked up an impressive 41 points. He can now add the squash title to his Audi Cup & Trilby Tour wins ps. look out for him riding into the golf club on his horse, el bandito! Roehampton’s Paul Lindsay led after nine with a big 22 points, but had to settle for 2nd  ending on a total of 37.

Nearest the Pin was won, possibly with the first shot of the day at it, by Courtwall’s Wolfgang Denk, Select Gaming’s Jonny Powell was Closest to the Pin in Two and accountant David Cook appropriately kept his drive straightest!! Much to his and everyone else’s surprise Eventis’ Tim Garner won Longest Drive

Sixteen year-old Sports Aid funded golfer Charlotte West also impressed everyone with her ball striking and general demeanour. The post dinner auction raised over £1,200 which will be ring-fenced by Sports Aid for young squash players in need of funding.

Anyone interested in joining next year’s event should contact Tim Garner on



Individual:           1st – Seb Carmichael-Browns (5)                        41 points

                        2nd – Paul Lindsay (17)                                     37 points

 Team:               1st – Roehampton                                            91 points

2nd – Eventis                                                  90 points

3rd – Courtwall                                               85 points

Wooden Spoon: PCL                                        70 points

 Nearest to the Pin in 2: Jonny Powell

 Nearest to the Pin:          Wolfgang Denk

 Longest Drive Men:        Tim Garner