9 Hole Stableford 20th June
Despite the blistering heat, many ladies took part in the 9 hole Stableford . It was closely contested with the top 3 places all on 18 points. On countback: 1st place Shona Kent 2nd Gail Arnold 3rd Carolyn Morton
Ladies Long Handicap
Winner: Pearl Moss Net 77, 2nd Pam Hawes Net 82
Ladies Medal 8th June
Winner Fiona Wood net 76, 2nd Pam Hawes net 78, 3rd on c/b Jo Rowlett net 79.
The Afternoon Tea
The Afternoon tea at MGC on 30th May raised an excellent £250 which will go towards club projects, many thanks to the Lady members who made this possible & all those who supported this event.
Winner Sandra Russell net 72, 2nd Penny Gilbert (on c/b) net 75, 3rd Emma Norman net 75
9 Hole Stableford Sunday 28th May
1st (by a clear margin) Jean Alterton 20 points, 2nd Maggie Groves 14 points, 3rd Penny Gilbert 14 points.
Medal - 23rd May.
1st Gail Arnold - net 75, 2nd Pam Hawes - net 76, 3rd Sarah Oldham - net 77
Results of Ladies Competition for charity.
Emma Norman continues her winning streak with 1st place on 35 points and handicap reduced again, now to 13 . 2nd on countback Carolyn Morton 29 points followed by Jean Alterton 29 points.
Women's Ping Four Ball
12 pairs of ladies took part in this competition. The winners were Lydia Molyneux and Gail Arnold with 37 points . 2nd place was closely contested with Sandra Russell and Tina Roberts on 36 points just beating Anna Robertson and Maggie Groves on countback.
Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy
Congratulations to Emma Norman who finished 3rd in the Eastern Region Final of the Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy at Rookery Park. Emma shot a Gross 88, giving her a nett 2 under par 72. Emma now plays in the National Final at Woodhall Spa on the 18th August and the winner will be England’s champion female handicap golfer of the year. In addition the top nine players will play in the pro-am at the Bridgestone Challenge in September. The winning team there will play in the pro-am at the British Masters supported by Sky Sports at Close House Golf Club, Northumberland, on Wednesday 27 September 2017.
Ladies Spring meeting
The Ladies Spring Meeting was greatly supported with 30 ladies taking part. The top four places were tightly contested with Celia Skidmore in 4th place on countback with 32 points and Margaret Butt in 3rd place with 32 points. Maureen Pope came in 2nd place on countback to the winner Emma Norman on 33 points.
The Lady Captain writes that March Ladies had a great game in the Grace Norman competition with a 2:1 win. Thank you to the Cambridgeshire club for a great venue and lovely playing partners. Thanks to all our ladies. Who played very well. Looking forward to the next round.
Reynolds Rose Bowl
Celia Skidmore and Paul Goddard won the Reynolds Rose Bowl with an impressive 40 points. Alan Hall won nearest the pin on the 2nd and the 6th. Lovely day of golf thanks to everyone to took part.
Ladies Addie Sole Rosebowl
Several ladies braved the persistent rain to play. Winner Penny Gilbert 79. Runner up on countback Carolyn Morton 79
Ladies Match v Ryston Park
The friendly against Ryston Park was played in great spirits and fantastic conditions! Unfortunately we were beaten 3-1. Thank you for all the March ladies for playing today and thanks to Ryston Park for a good match!
Ladies Medal 18th April
Winner Jo Rowlett - 73 2nd Penny Gilbert - 76
Ladies' Coronation Foursomes
The course was looking good and the result was very close. The winners being Shona Kent and Jean Alterton with 31 points (ocb). 2nd place went to Gail Arnold and Margaret Butt also on 31 points. 3rd Ros Humphrey and Tina Roberts 30 points (ocb) 4. Lydia Molyneux and Glenis Jones 30 points.
Ladies' Medal - 2nd April
1st Jo Rowlett: 80 2nd Anna Robertson: 80
Ladies' 9 Hole Stableford 6th April
1st Shona Kent: 18 points 2nd Ros Humphrey 17 points
Ladies' Medal - 23rd March
Ladies first medal of the season. Winner Penny Gilbert 79 2nd place Jean Alterton 84
MGC Ladies v Brampton Park
In windy conditions we had a very competitive match that ended in a draw. The Lady Captain thanks all team members for their support and Brampton for making it a great day.