A busy month for Ross Golf Club Ladies

Sunday 18th September 2022 2:00 pm
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Katie Stooke, Allison Charles and Ros Ashton were Front 9 winners.
Katie Stooke, Allison Charles, and Ros Ashton were Front 9 winners. (Ross Golf Club )

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August is always a busy month in the summer golfing calendar, as in addition to the weekly Tuesday competitions and interclub matches, there is pressure to complete club knockout matches at Ross Golf Club before Finals Day in September.

The weather cooperated throughout the month and with the ground so dry the balls were running and bouncing beautifully, hence some great scores.

At the beginning of August, the ladies hosted a Friends Day as an alternative to an invitation day.

Lady members had the opportunity to invite up to three guests to play a 4BBB with tea and cake afterwards.

This proved to be very successful with 48 ladies taking part.

Katie Stooke, Denise Laird and visitors came first with 89 points, followed by Nesta Hirst, Joyce Mackley and visitors in second place with 88 points.

Lesley Ross, Sue Johnson and visitors came third with 86 points.

On Tuesday, August 9, 31 ladies played in the August medal and Mary Beavis Cup round 2. Hannah Keir came first with a score of nett 67, followed by June Savidge on countback from Mary Royston with nett 60.

The overall winner of the Mary Beavis Cup over two rounds was Sally Fycun. The runner-up was Hannah Keir.

The Front 9 hole Medal played by 19 ladies, was won by Christine Downs with a score of nett 30. Janet Hyndman came second with a nett 31 and Kay Cotton third with a nett 33.

An Open Invitation 3 ball Ladies Bowmaker was held on August 14 and was well supported by visiting teams who had a very enjoyable day. Many thanks to Katie Stooke and her team of willing helpers who made the day so successful.

The feedback regarding the course and the welcome was very positive.

Denise Laird, Jenny Freel and Helen Griffiths came first with 79.

The Ladies Mercia Castle and Club Stableford was played by 36 ladies on August 16 and was won by Jackie Wheatstone who scored 40 points. Ros Ashton came second with 39 points on countback from Rosemary Williams who came third.

The back 9 hole Stableford was played by nine ladies and was won by Kim Williams with 24 points, followed by Chris crane with 22 points. Carol Malim came third with 19 points.

On August 30, 32 ladies played in the Centenary Cup Par Bogey Competition. Kim Williams came first with +6, followed by Pam Duke in second place with +2. Rosemary Williams came third with +1.

Fifteen ladies played in the Front 9 hole Stableford in which Chris Crane came first with 19 points, Judith Landau second with 18 points and Frances Nightingale third with 17 points.

On August 25, Amanda Marshall, Helen Palmer, Allison Charles Kim Williams, and Ros Ashton represented Ross-on-Wye Golf Club in the GLCGA Kit Kat finals at Henbury Golf club. Congratulations to Ros who was fifth in division one.

On Tuesday, August 23, Ladies Captain Ellie Teasdale held her Away day at Gaudet Luce in Droitwich.

Thirty five ladies took part with a choice of 18 or 9 holes followed by a delicious and very generous afternoon tea.

Each player received a small bottle of Gaudet Luce gin and some chocolates courtesy of the Lady Captain and a fun scratch card competition between the tables raised £28 for the Lady Captains Charity.

Katie Stooke, Allison Charles and Ros Ashton won the best Front 9 competition, and Denise Laird, Linda Gaiderman and Helen Shaw the best Back 9 competition.

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