Match Captain Angie Allsopp reported a win for Suffolk 3-1.
With a record number of 140 entries from 19 clubs, Competition Secretary Trish Watson balloted down to 128 players. The changeable weather and a two tee start made the course both long and challenging.
Many thanks go to Julie and Annie for the registration and results, Jane for the raffle which raised £123 for Norfolk Junior Girls, the starters Richard and Gary, and Chrissy who came in as a marker at very short notice. A donation was given to Lady Captain Pip Martin for her charity.
19 teams of 4 played in this event and prizes were awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd, along with a nearest the pin. Heacham Manor made us very welcome. The Manager, Edd Howes, and his staff were on hand throughout the day and nothing was too much trouble. The food – jacket potato with various fillings – seemed to go down very well and the service was excellent.
Heacham Manor – a very young club being only eight years old – do not have a Lady Captain or a charity and at present do not have any lady member of our Society. Their past Lady Captain, Rachel Hodgkinson, kindly acted as starter on the 1st tee and Sue Meadows, Hunstanton’s Vets Representative, started the ladies off the 13th tee and also ran the raffle which, after the cost of prizes, raised £100 for the Norfolk Junior Girls. Continue reading
Trish Watson reported that the Championship was played on a lovely sunny day with the course in good condition. With the numbers down from last year, this was our first venture at a 12.30 p.m. start time.
59 players from 12 clubs throughout the county played in the competition: 27 in the Silver Division and 32 in the Bronze Division. 44 players entered the Gwen Watts Salver Over 65 competition which ran alongside the Championships.
Thanks go to Jacky Pett (Vice Captain for Ladies’ Golf at Royal Norwich), Pippa Holliday, our Chairman, and Jill Braybrooke, Secretary of the Vets Committee, for Registration and Scores, and Pat Williams for the Raffle.
The hospitality at Royal Norwich was of a high standard and well received by all players. Our thanks go to Lesley Smith and her team.
After making a contribution to the Vice Captain’s charity, the raffle raised £98 for Norfolk Junior Girls.
Pippa Holliday reported that 99 ladies from 21 clubs throughout the county played in the competition: 45 in the Silver Division and 54 in the Bronze Division. 62 players entered the Gwen Watts Salver Over 65 competition which ran alongside the Championships.
Fortunately, threats of rain did not materialise and the competition was played in unbroken sunshine on a beautifully presented course. Pippa https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/cialis-en-pharmacie/ received tremendous support from King’s Lynn’s Lady President, Pat Simpson, Lady Captain, Maggie Clarkson, and their experienced team of officials. It is thanks to them that the day ran so smoothly. Thanks also to Molly Izzard, Chairman of the Vets Committee. Hospitality at King’s Lynn was of a high standard and lunch was well received by all players. All in all, a most enjoyable day for everyone.
After making a contribution to the Lady Captain’s charity, the raffle raised £203 for Norfolk Junior Girls.
88 ladies from across the county made the journey to the cialis prix east coast and were generous in their praise of the course. Many players had not played at Caldecott Hall before but said they enjoyed the challenges presented to them. Despite cold and windy conditions, some good scores were returned. The day was well supported by the Ladies’ Captain and her team of helpers including the starters, Caldecott’s Club and Seniors Captains. Without their help the day would not have gone so smoothly. The lunch was extremely good value for money, was well received by players and efficiently dealt with by the hospitality staff. The Smith Coasters will be presented to Susan and Alison at the Annual General Meeting. The raffle was generously supported by all those present and raised £173.50 for the Norfolk Junior Girls.
Winners of the Autumn Greensomes 2015
All the prizewinners
Winners of the Autumn AmAm held at Eaton Golf Club on 16th September 2015
Pippa Holliday reported that 87 ladies played in the competition from 23 clubs (48 in the Silver Division and 39 in the Bronze Division). 54 players entered the Gwen Watts Salver Over 65 competition which ran alongside the Championships.
The sun shone, the wind blew in true Sheringham tradition, but spirits remained undaunted throughout the day. Once again, I received tremendous support from Lady Captain Judy Williams, Club Rep Christine Tew and their experienced team of officials. It is thanks to them that the day ran so smoothly. The cold buffet was outstanding and a great tribute to the hospitality of Sheringham Golf Club. All in all a fabulous day for everyone. Very many thanks to Beryl Nash and Trish Watson who both did a brilliant job in the collation of the results. Also to Barbara Warren for her confidence and reassurance. The raffle raised £195.
Trophies were presented after the AGM at Thetford Golf Club on 16th October 2014 to winners of the Autumn Greensome and other 2014 competitions.