LADIES' NEWS PAGE

  This is the LADIES' NEWS PAGE,
 managed by JUDITH HUTTON

This page tells you about forthcoming calendar dates 

and the results of TROPHY DAYS, FUND RAISING

 DAYS and SPECIAL events.

WHEN YOU ARE AWAY FROM HOME AND NOT COMING TO

 PLAY....PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE SMGC WEBSITE HAS

 A PASSWORD AND YOU CAN CHECK MANY DETAILS ON

 THE  LADIES' PAGE  AND ALL OTHER WEB PAGES OR

 TELEPHONE US AT THE GOLF OFFICE - 01400 250796

HAVE YOU READ OTHER PAGES ABOUT WHAT THE

SMGC  LADIES HAVE BEEN DOING ?

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE FOLLOWING


 1 ) YOUR EXACT HANDICAP LISTINGS AND

 2 ) RESULTS OF ROLL-UPS,    WHICH ARE MANAGED

 BY

 GLENN CARPENTER     -     DAVE GUY     -      DARREN  NICHOLSON   -
 THE SUDBROOK MOOR GOLF CLUB    HANDICAP COMMITTEE

PLEASE CLICK ON     " MEMBERS' SECTION "


AND THEN CLICK ON      " FIXTURES,RESULTS, H'CAP
 LISTS "


AND THEN CLICK ON  " LADIES HANDICAPS" OR 
" LADIES' RESULTS "

OR JUST   " SENIORS "      FOR THURSDAY EVENTS

AND, SOMETIMES, 

IF IT WAS A MIXED COMPETITION, YOU WILL NEED

 TO CLICK ON " MIXED RESULT "


2 0 1 9    2 0 1 9   2 0 1 9

ALL THE FRIENDLY FIXTURE DATES ARE ALREADY
 BOOKED WITH THE LADIES OF 
 KIRTON HOLME
BOSTON WEST
AND
POTTERGATE

PLEASE BOOK THESE DATES IN 
YOUR PERSONAL DIARIES
THANK YOU

KIRTON HOLME - AWAY - TUESDAY 18TH JUNE 2019
BOSTON WEST -  HOME - TUESDAY 2ND JULY 2019
POTTERGATE - AWAY - THURSDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER 2019

2019 GREEN FEES FOR MEMBERS
2019  JANUARY TO APRIL INCLUSIVE -      £4 PER DAY


MAY TO OCTOBER, INCLUSIVE -  £5 PER DAY


NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER  -  £4 PER DAY
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1ST ROLL-UP : - TUESDAY 8TH JANUARY 2019

9 OR 18 HOLE OPTIONS THROUGHOUT JANUARY

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LADIES' ANNUAL REVIEW - TUESDAY 5TH FEBRUARY 2019

    1PM FOR 1.30PM

IN THE CLUBHOUSE,

 FOLLOWING THE FEBRUARY SPIN  STABLEFORD


                        2018  ROUND-UP 2018  ______________

PLEASE READ ON.....  

2018  JANUARY TO MAY INCLUSIVE -     £4 PER DAY

JUNE AND JULY 2018   -    £5 PER DAY

AUGUST THROUGH TO THE  END OF THE     YEAR   -  £4 PER DAY

FRIENDLY FIXTURE RESULTS 2018 :-

1) VERSUS KIRTON HOLME - HOME    RESULT  Lost : 0.5 - 3.5

2)  VERSUS BOSTON WEST - AWAY    RESULT  LOST : 3 - 1

3)  VERSUS POTTERGATE  - HOME -  RESULT HALVED : 1.5 - 1.5

4)  The Annual Matchplay versus the  Senior   Gents,
                                     Tuesday 22nd May LOST 0.5 - 4.5


DECEMBER 2018 TROPHY MORNING

CONGRATULATIONS, SHIRLEY GARDINER

  LEADING LADY TROPHY WINNER 2018

2 CLUBS AND A PUTTER STABLEFORD

Trophy Presentation to the winner when the engraving has been completed


AND

FINAL ROLL-UP OF 2018

TUESDAY 11TH DECEMBER



2 0 1 9   2 0 1 9    2 0 1 9   2 0 1 9    2 0 1 9

ALL THE FRIENDLY FIXTURE DATES ARE ALREADY
 BOOKED WITH THE LADIES OF 
 KIRTON HOLME
BOSTON WEST
AND
POTTERGATE

PLEASE BOOK THESE DATES IN 
YOUR PERSONAL DIARIES
THANK YOU

KIRTON HOLME - AWAY - TUESDAY 18TH JUNE 2019
BOSTON WEST -  HOME - TUESDAY 2ND JULY 2019
POTTERGATE - AWAY - THURSDAY 19TH SEPTEMBER 2019


2018 -YEAR'S RESULTS BELOW

DECEMBER 2018 TROPHY MORNING

CONGRATULATIONS, SHIRLEY GARDINER

  LEADING LADY TROPHY WINNER 2018

2 CLUBS AND A PUTTER STABLEFORD

Trophy Presentation to the winner 

when the engraving has been completed


NOVEMBER - JOAN ALTON WON THE   RBL POPPY STABLEFORD

PRIZES DONATED BY THE RBL   £8 WAS RAISED ON 6TH NOVEMBER

A BIG THANK YOU

VAL'S 2-ROUND TROPHY
TUESDAYS 9TH & 16TH OCTOBER
2018 WINNER : MAUREEN BRADFORD

EXCELLENT !! MAUREEN'S 2ND WIN IN 5 YEARS
  (PREVIOUSLY 2015)
BY ONE SHOT FROM SHIRLEY GARDINER

TROPHY DAYS IN AUTUMN 2018
GLENNYS' MBE DAY - 18 HOLE AND 9 HOLE TROPHIES
STABLEFORD 
TUESDAY 2ND OCTOBER

TUESDAY 17TH JULY

ENGLAND GOLF PING BETTERBALL STABLEFORD

A SUPER SCORE, LINDA AND SUE C.

46 POINTS & SCORECARD SENT TO NATIONAL LEADERBOARD

GOOD LUCK !!

There have been plenty of recent successes in the Ladies’ calendar.  The Lady Champion of 2018 is Amanda Roberts, clocking up an achievement of her 4th successive year.  When presented with The Mary Hall Trophy by Competition Secretary, Steve Davis, Amanda told the gallery that the game plan on a challenging day of oven-like heat and biscuit dry conditions, “was just to stay out of trouble.”  The winning strategy worked splendidly and Amanda finished 3 shots ahead of Zoe Martin, who celebrated her personal best gross score to date.  Zoe also took home the best net prize, including a point 4 handicap reduction, the only lady to play below CSS. Newcomer to Championship Day was Karren Dearlove who just went out to enjoy a medal round, unaware of her eligibility for a Rookies’ Trophy.  The Leglines Trophy went home with a very surprised Karren, who is putting together a very positive future in golf.

Hnin Shein and Diane Leslie have just heard that they are going forward to represent their club in the Regional Final of The Australian Spoons Foursomes Stableford.  The 6-County Midland North venue this year is staying in Lincolnshire, at Burghley Park Golf Club, when the counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire come together early August to contest top places for the National Final in Oxfordshire.

 



2018 Australian Spoons Results

PLEASE NOTE : QUALIFYING H'CAP

FOR THIS ENGLANDGOLF NATIONAL

 COMPETITION = 15 - 36 

1st Round - 17th April

1st Maureen and Gladys 21pts

2nd Round - 8th May

1st Amanda and Joan A 32pts

3rd Round - Di and Hnin 32pts

4th Round - Chris and Karren 36pts

*Best scorecard sent to  England 

Golf but Chris not available to play in

 the next round.  Hnin and Di will go,

 as 2nd best score.

 THURSDAY 9TH  AUGUST 2018 @

 BURGHLEY PARK  G.C.

GOOD LUCK !!
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MANY CONGRATULATIONS

14TH JULY

2018 LADIES' CLUB CHAMPION :

AMANDA ROBERTS 4TH WIN

ROOKIE'S TROPHY : 

KARREN DEARLOVE

The   Australian Spoons season is underway, with the Tuesday Ladies’ enthusiasm for the return of the nationally run Foursomes Stableford.   Clubs are requested to hold at least one qualifying competition for their members at club level, but there is no limit to the number of cards which can be entered, between January and July.  Sudbrook Moor will stage 4 events  and the best scorecard overall will be sent to the Regional scoreboard for Midland North.  The best 64 pairs in the geographical area of the six counties of Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire will be invited to the Regional Final at Burghley Park Golf Club, Stamford, in August.  The winning pair from each Regional Final will qualify for the National Final in Oxfordshire.  The history behind the name Australian Spoons goes back to the 1960s when the Australian Ladies’ Golf Union presented a boxed pair of silver spoons as trophies to each of the home nations. The spoons were awarded as trophies to the winners of an annual national competition.  The spoons are still played for and are presented to the national winning pair. The Sudbrook Moor April winners were Maureen Bradford and Gladys Reynolds, to take the lead on the home scoreboard, with further opportunities to improve their scores in the testing foursomes stablefords in May, June and July.  Joan Alton and Sheila Cutmore took 2nd place, on a countback with Chris Thompson and Shirley Gardiner.  Norma Shelley and Hnin Shein finished 4th.

TUESDAY 5TH JUNE - PRACTICE OF  BETTERBALL STABLEFORD
1st Joan A & Shirley G   44pts  voucher prize in Golf Shop
2nd Amanda & Sue C  43pts
3rd Maureen & Sheila  33pts
4th Linda &  Norma 32pts
TUESDAY 22ND MAY
LADIES VERSUS SENIOR GENTS
GREENSOMES MATCHPLAY
RESULT 0.5 - 5.5
Amanda & Sue Ch HALVED WITH Captain Mick & Chris Wilmot
Gladys & Norma LOST TO Tony Rose & Roy Nelson
 Linda & Sue H LOST TO Geoff Wilkins & Andy Milner
Sheila C & Maureen B LOST TOJohn Chatburn & Melvin Claricoats
9.10 - Joan A & Karren D LOST TO Graham Mackinder & Bryan Heydinger
9.20 - Chris T & Eileen P. LOST TO Mick Beasley & Tony Hall

RESULTS  TUESDAY 15TH MAY
The Bluebells 2.5 - 0.5 The Primroses
Bluebells Team mentioned 1st
8.40 Amanda VERSUS Di Leslie - SINGLES   HALVED
(ABOVE SINGLES - full hcap difference)
8.50 Joan A & Karren D BEAT Norma S & Gladys R
9.00 Chris T & Eileen P BEAT Maureen B & Doreen F

The Glennys Sanders

  

MBE Trophies

   for GAIN 

Guillain-Barre and Associated Inflammatory Neuropathies

Played on 24th April - 18 hole Trophy won by
 Sue  Chambers with 38 points
9 hole Trophy won by Pam Plummer with 11 points
Nearest the Pin prize on the 16th hole
 = Maureen Bradford
Tuesday 20th March The Williamson Trophy
Many congratulations,  Sheila Cutmore.  REPORT BELOW -

It was Sheila Cutmore’s time to shine in the first Ladies’ Trophy of the season.  In the Tuesday stableford, contesting The Williamson Shield, Sheila returned a vibrant winter scorecard of 37 points, including a birdie 2 on the 3rd hole, which added 5 points.  A credit to Sheila’s steady scoring, with a very solid and assured back 9 total of 20 points, to win by 3.  Her 31 handicap was reduced by 1.5, the first time under 30 in her 5 year playing history, taking it to her personal best of 29.7.  There was a 3-way share of 2nd place, on 34 points, and Linda Whittaker’s super back 9 of 21 points

AS DISCUSSED AT THE LADIES' ANNUAL REVIEW, ON TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 2017
1)THERE WILL BE A FEW MORE TUESDAY MEDALS DURING THE MID-YEAR
2) 9 HOLE OPTIONS WILL REMAIN WHEREVER SUITABLE
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THIS MARKS THE  END OF ANNOUNCEMENTS
REPORTS, EDITORIAL AND RESULTS FOLLOW

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2017
Advance notice that the USGA Course Rating Assessment Team will be visiting us from England Golf, on Monday 22nd May 2017. This will require a short 1ST TEE reservation from 10.15am to 11.30am to give the Team clear access to the golf course. Please make a note of this if you are likely to be playing on that morning.
ALL LINCOLNSHIRE GOLF COURSES ARE BEING SYSTEMATICALLY ASSESSED, AND WE ARE THE 1ST !!
AND THIS IS WHAT THEY WROTE TO US A FEW DAYS LATER
"    It was a very pleasant surprise when we arrived and had our first sight of the Club. What a delightful course you have a Sudbrook Moor and with excellent golfing facilities and a great little club house, where we all had an lovely lunch.

You should both feel very proud of yourselves for creating and maintaining such a hidden little gem.

The rating went very well and I shall now pass my report to England Golf and you will hear from them directly, in due course, with your current SS for both the Men and Ladies.   "
DIANNE RAFFERTY AND THE ASSESSMENT TEAM FROM ENGLAND GOLF