Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen Cumbria
Welcome to Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen CumbriaLocation of Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stehen CumbriaCourse Guide to Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen CumbriaFees at Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen CumbriaCompetitions at Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen CumbriaRules of Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen CumbriaContact Riverside Golf Club Ravenstonedale Kirkby Stephen Cumbria

Odd Shot Club

To be listed as a member of the 'Odd Shot Club' is very, very rare. It requires an exceptional shot, a somewhat crazy shot, not particularly a skillful shot but a shot that can be genuinely described as 'odd'. So far no-one has hit a red squirrel, but if they did it would automatically allow membership of the 'Odd Shot Club'.

Bernard Law

Late in the afternoon of 10th october 2011 I played my tee shot from the 17th a good length but a little to the right and saw it clip an overhanging pine. Not sure where it went to and expecting it to be in the rough or amongst the thorns down the bank to the right of the green I played a second ball. A short while later as I was about to putt the second ball I noticed my origional ball nestled in the bottom of the hole. A lovely feelng but a flooky hole in 1.

David Huddleston

On Monday 11th june 2007, David Huddleston from Wray was competing in a Ryder Cup style competition against Ravenstonedale. He teed off from the new 14th tee and watched his ball land at the back of the green, skillfully using the slope of the green to roll down to within a foot of the hole. Before his group had finished teeing off they saw a wayward shot from the12th tee roll onto the 14th green and collide with Davids ball, cannoning into the hole. David, playing only one shot, humbly claimed his hole in one, though it was left to his playing colleagues to inform us of it. The owner of the wayward ball causing the hole in 1 remains anonymous, as were the drinks afterwards, we just hope it wasn't a Ravenstonedale ball causing the "own goal".

This was the first competition hole in 1 and David won the glamerous prize of a free round of golf for 2 at a golf course of his choice, anywhere in Ravenstonedale (to be funded by the owner of the wayward ball).

Trevor Peart

In August 2001 Trevor Peart of Crosby Garrett played from the 4th tee - long into the trees behind the green. A dead shot you might understandably say. Five seconds later his ball appeared from the long rough and rolled down the sloping green directly into the hole. A hole in one! He even claimed it - beat that!!



























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