Ladies August Meeting 2021

For the first time in over 18 months we were able to meet as a ladies section including guests, making it a doubly happy event with everyone in high spirits. 

Our Ladies Captain, Ruth, set the ball in motion at the prizegiving by welcoming RND members and visitors from a number of clubs from England and Wales, and confirmingthere would be no hand shaking during the presentations, and no kissing!  


She thanked the green staff for the excellent condition of the course (which was also highly praised by visitors), Alan for organising the cleaning and arrangement of the trophies, and all the RND team that had contributed in various ways to the success of the event. 

The prizes were well spread out between members and visitors with our own Trish Jordan taking a bumper array of silverware culminating in her receiving the Sandercock Cup for the Division II members gross aggregate


Cath Hopkins from St Enodoc was our most successful visitor taking The Challenge Bowl for the best scratch round of the Thursday medal. 


Other trophy winners were Gro Lomas who won The Trish Johnson Scratch Trophy 


Lesley Crossley who won the Yarde Buller Cup for members best net of the day and the Margaret Purdie Salver for the best division II gross score for Friday


and Ruth Davies who won the 36+ Cup   for the best net round of a 36+ player of 2 days


There were a good number of 2’s over the two days but the highlight must be the hole in one by Sahara Stockwell on the 5th hole. 


Huge congratulations to these ladies for their wins along with all the other prize winners in the various categories, and thanks to all the ladies who played for making it a great golf and social event. 


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