Little Houghton Village Golf is a village social club for those that enjoy playing golf.
All golfers, of whatever standard as long as they live in the village are welcome to play
We play on a variety of courses in Northamptonshire and surrounding area just for fun.
There is an intervillage competition once a year with Great Houghton our ‘sister village’ which gets
a little competitive.
Above it’s a chance to meet up enjoy the company of other villagers
The Little Houghton Village, Davidge Decanter competition was held on Sunday 12th June 2022 at
Overstone Park Golf Club followed by a BBQ and prize giving at the Four Pears.
It was a brilliant sunny day, a gentle breeze with the course in good condition.
Even the bunkers were kind with little soft sand making them easy to chip out of.
Dianne Moore and Robin Moore jointly won the 2021 Davidge shield
as the top scoring Lady and Gentleman.
Robin Moore won the 2022 Davidge Decanter
with the best overall score on the day.
Tony provided a super BBQ, enjoyed by all.
Thanks to everyone for making it a great village day,
the trophies will be on display in the Four Pears ready for 2023.
The 10th inter-village match between Little Houghton and Great Houghton was contested at
Northamptonshire County Golf Club on September 10th. A closely fought match won on the 18th by the last
Great Houghton pair. Great celebration followed at the White Hart and the trophy presented to the Great
Houghton team. Many thanks to Traci and Phil for putting on a splendid BBQ and live band.
If you know of anyone in the village who would like to play, social golf in the village please let me know their
Friday 9th September 2022 - Inter-village match with Great Houghton
Northamptonshire and County Golf Club
An invitation to join us in one or both of the events. Cost is £30 per head to cover the cost of the golf and £25 per person to cover the cost of the BBQ at the prize giving after the golf.
Wives, partners and friends from the village are welcome at the BBQ even if they haven’t played
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