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The RND Ladies section were 150yrs old in 2018, this is their official picture

The Ladies 150th in red

The Ladies Committee 2024

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The Ladies Section Review of 2023

Under the captaincy of Ruth Davies the ladies had a very successful year of inter-club golf.
The Still Cup Team, captained by Kate Brown, had some great wins but sadly not quite enough to reach the final.

ladies through to finalThe President’s team, captained by Liz Blight supported by Val Cook and Ruth Horn reached the semi-final after a nail biting quarter-final win.

The Sheelah Creasy team, captained by Brenda Fenton, reached the quarter finals but lost a closely fought match against the eventual winners of the trophy.
The North Devon Friendly League, captained by Ruth Davies, brought the Rose Bowl back to RND for the second year in succession.
Veterans, captained by Heather Gale, resulted in the first three winners at the Spring meeting all came from RND.
The club’s Killard Leavy representatives finished in the middle of the field with the Inter-Club Knockout fourball team beaten in the first round.
Four mixed matches organised by Barbara Lunt were enjoyed by all.
RND has been represented in various other competitions with the highlight being Liz Bird coming second in the County Order of Merit, going forward to play in the Club Champion of Champions and Order of Merit finals.

Changes for 2024 season from AGM in November 2023

 1.         Over the past year a working party has spent considerable time and effort to make the Captain’s and Committee’s responsibilities less onerous. Their recommendations were brought to an EGM where the proposals were approved for a re-structure of the Ladies Section into specific areas and small roles.  This organisational structure can be viewed in the ladies lobby with everyone being encouraged to identify a role they would feel comfortable undertaking.

2.         The committee decided to return to 3 divisions in competitions with effect from 1st January 2024. This will encourage higher handicap ladies and academy ladies to play in competitions and ensure inclusivity.   Everyone plays off their true playing handicap but it is recognised that Board and trophy competitions will be re-calculated to a maximum PH of 36.

3.         A vote was taken and it was decided that money raised from events would be split 50:50 between the Ladies Section and Devon Air Ambulance.

4.         It has been decided, due to limited numbers with appropriate handicaps, that RND will not take part in the Still Cup in 2024 and those ladies will become part of President’s team which will be captained by Sahara Stockwell. This will be reviewed for 2025.

5.         The Sheelah Creasy match format has been reviewed by Devon Golf and will now comprise 2 singles matches and 2 greensomes matches.

liz blight

Our Lady Captain for 2024 is Liz Blight.


 The Ladies produce a regular Newsletter - the latest one can be viewed here


The Ladies section have recently had a Washroom update

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Visitor and New member Information:

Golf Club LadiesThe Ladies Section at Royal North Devon has over 100 lady members,60 are active playing members.Thursday morning from 0745 to 1030 is the ladies competition morning which can be entered online or by contacting the Club.

As a thriving section we enter all the inter club County Competitions. These range from the Still Cup scratch match play to the North Devon Friendly League for players experiencing match play for the first time.The Vets Section of the ladies play friendly matches against many South West Clubs throughout the year.

The Mixed Matches are open to all members and are popular and well supported. This year we have a new fixture versus East Devon. These are very sociable occasions always followed by a meal.

Royal North Devon Golf Club have recently signed up to the Women in Golf Charter, which is an initiative set up by The R&A whose aim is to attract and encourage more women and girls of all ages to take up the game of golf. To find out more information please go to  

Our Ladies Captain Brenda Fenton together with the Ladies Committee are delighted to welcome new members. If you are interested in becoming a member of this unique club or require further information please contact 01237 473817 to be given the name of the person to contact.

For further information, please contact the Club.

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  • One of the country's oldest clubs. Even if you are not playing, just enjoy the fantastic views from the cafe area that looks out towards the Bristol Channel approaches and Lundy island.. wonderful place with wonderful staff.
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