The Business Ladies played the second match of the season away at Wilmslow Golf Club on Sunday 11th June.
The team were Wendy Rule, Karen Pennington and Mo Monk who stepped in for Gwyn who is unfortunately still injured.
The team had a very good day with a 2-1 win to AEGC ( 1 win and 2 halves ).
Well done ladies
Daily Mail Foursomes
Olwen and Liz have continued their winning run into round 5 of the Foursomes knockout.
They had a resounding win of 6&5 playing away at Styal Golf Club against strong opposition with handicaps of 3 and 11.
Very well done,
On the 22nd May the Shield team of Celia, Janette ( one of our new lady members ), Gwyn, Marion, Olwen, Julie and Alison had a great win 5 matches to 2 at home aginst Bramhall Park. Well done everyone
Results of 9 Hole Matches
The Ladies team played the second 9 Hole League Match at Northenden on Friday morning in very wet conditions and won.
Well done Ladies and hopefully everyone managed to dry out after all the rain.
The first match was played at home on Friday 21st April against Ashton-on-Mersey who won that match.
The current points for AEGC is 0 points for home match and 3 points for an away win.
Shield B Match
On a lovely sunny but very windy day, our Shield team of Wendy, Celia, Sue, Olwen, Lisa, Helen W and Anne played away at Macclesfield.
The views were quite something, which perhaps made up for the result. Macclesfield were the better team beating us 5 matches to 2.
Thank you to everyone who played.
The Ladioes enjoyed a "Winter Warmer" at Knutsford Golf Course on Thursday 4th May. This was originally booked for February but due to bad weather conditions we had to postpon it- thankfully this time the weather was warm and sunny.
Most ladies played 18 holes and the winners were Anne Thornber, Angela Atkinson and Sue Kendrick with a huge score of 94 points. In second place was LC, Yvonne Grundy, Olwen Davies and Karen Pennington with 80 points.
A small number of ladies joined us for 9 holes, the winner was Margaret Sumner with 10 points just pipping Pam Butler with 9 points.
Nearest the pin was Anne Thornber and out driving us all on the 7th to win the longest drive was Celia Berent.
A big thank you to Alison for re arranging and organising the event although unable to play herself, and also to Anne and Ian for yet another gastronomic delight.
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