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

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 "


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 LISTS "


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

OR JUST   " SENIORS "      FOR THURSDAY EVENTS

AND, SOMETIMES, 

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                        WELCOME TO 2018  ________________

PLEASE READ ON.....
2018 DATES FOR YOU TO MAKE A NOTE OF PLEASE -   ANNOUNCEMENTS OF WHAT'S COMING SOON..........  
2018 LADIES’ RESULTS AND EDITORIAL FOLLOW THE ANNOUNCEMENTS, SO PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR LATEST RESULTS ETC
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FURTHER DATES, PLEASE, TO ADD TO YOUR DIARY
LATEST GREEN FEES-  

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

AND LISTED BELOW :-

FRIENDLY FIXTURES ALREADY

 CONFIRMED - THE ENTRY SHEETS ARE

 ON THE LOBBY BOARD

1) VERSUS KIRTON HOLME - HOME-

 TUESDAY 19TH JUNE @ 9.15am
RESULT  Lost : 0.5 - 3.5

2)  VERSUS BOSTON WEST - AWAY -

 WEDNESDAY 4TH JULY @ 9.45am
RESULT  


3)  VERSUS POTTERGATE  - HOME - 

TUESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER @ 9.15am
Match numbers not confimed

4)  The Annual Matchplay versus the

 Senior   Gents,

  Tuesday 22nd May LOST 0.5 - 5.5

                          
 





The Series of Australian Spoons Stableford

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    JUNE

TUESDAY 26TH JUNE

GREENS MAINTENANCE

UNSUITABLE FOR A COMPETITION
GOLF COURSE OPEN


  N E X T .......... JULY

July at a glance - 

Tuesdays 10th, 24th and 31st

A choice of either 9 or 18 holes

 stableford Roll-Up

Last cards : 9.30am for 18 holes

10.30am for 9 holes



NB REVISED DATE -   TUESDAY 17TH JULY

ENGLAND GOLF PING BETTERBALL STABLEFORD

PLEASE ENTER ON THE NOTICEBOARD

SATURDAY 14TH JULY
LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP to be played in conjunction with the

 MONTHLY MEDAL, by entering between the 7th and 12th

 July.  ALSO, The Rookies' Trophy, for the best first-timer in

 the Championship.  QUALIFICATION TO WIN THE TROPHIES 

= MEMBER SINCE 1ST JANUARY, AS HOME CLUB, AND PLAYED

 6 QUALIFIERS SINCE JULY 2017, ON NOMINATED COMPS.

(WEDNESDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND 

BANK HOLIDAY  MONDAYS)


    N E X T .......... AUGUST

Some Mystery Comp's to sign up for

Please watch the board for relevant

 notices 

2018 -YEAR'S RESULTS

Running Scoreboard

 FINAL

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 of the 4 events will

 be forwarded to England Golf

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


LAST YEAR'S NEWS AND RESULTS
DECEMBER 2017

12th - CHOICE OF 9 OR 18 HOLE STABLEFORD

LAST TUESDAY OFFICIAL COMPETITION OF 2017    12TH DECEMBER
ALL DETAILS OF THE NEW YEAR GOLF EVENTS AND ANNUAL REVIEW DATES WILL BE POSTED ASAP - ON THE LOBBY BOARD AND ON THIS PAGE
GOLF COURSE NEWS 2017
The golf course has never looked so good
The Golf Course is playing at its best - congratulations Jimbo Sergeant, on all your effort and expertise.
S  ince Tuesday 6th June, there has been a Temporary Tee on the fourth hole, owing to the commencement of the massive project behind the 3rd green and the construction of a new path,and a wider and longer 4th tee. Around 200+ tonnes of soil have been imported, and, on Monday 12th June the 4th tee was completely re-turfed with BIG ROLL turf, grown by Simon Hutton's TILLERS' TURF at his Lincoln site.   For the June Monthly Medal on the 10th June,  the competition was still valid as a qualifier for Handicap purposes by siting the 3 sets of tees over the other 17 holes, at maximum length to cope with the reduction in length of the 4th hole..  Similar provision will be made for any competitions over the next days, until the newly turfed 4th tee is opened.  With BIG ROLL turf, it can usually be IN PLAY within 24 hours - specially grown for QUICK RECOVERY sites, such as football pitches, where play must be back to normal within hours of the job being completed !!!!  May we congratulate Simon Hutton and Jim Segeant, Tim Hutton Proprietor, and all the Team from FINETURF whi have united over the past days to get the job nearly completed.  WATCH OUT for the final tidying up process and the full aesthetics.
We are SO grateful to FINETURF for subsidising this project, which would normally be beyond the means of SUDBROOK MOOR GOLF CLUB
  
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 LADIES’ RESULTS

TUESDAY 5th NOVEMBER - TROPHY - 2 CLUB & A PUTTER STABLEFORD
NEW TROPHY - THE LEADING LADY
THE NEW TROPHY WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE WINNER WHEN IT HAS BEEN ENGRAVED
NEW TROPHY WINNER - SUE CHAMBERS  35 pts
2ND - SHEILA CUTMORE 34 pts
3RD - KARREN DEARLOVE - 32 pts
ENTRIES    * SHIRLEY G              AMANDA R                THEA L
* JOAN A       DIANE L       EILEEN P
* MAUREEN B      KARREN D         CAROLE C
*  SUE C      LINDA W     ALISON R
*  SUE H      RACHEL S        SHEILA CUTMORE  
*    CHRIS T        VICKI S           SPACE

NOVEMBER 2017
7-11-2017    THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL  - THANK YOU VERY MUCH
TOTAL COLLECTED BY THE TUESDAY LADIES, TO BE SENT TO THE RBL
£ 21 - 50
GRAND TOTAL - £ 228 - 08
THANK YOU ALL
TUESDAY 21st NOVEMBER - a BIT OF A SCRAMBLE MEDAL, played in pairs, with another pair as CARD MARKERS,
 with your choice of TEE TIMES
What a great set of results, with every pair breaking SSS
Congratulation to Sue Chambers with Maureen Bradford - nett 53

OCTOBER 2017
The Tuesday Ladies have competed for their annual October trophy, The Val Howseman Memorial Cup.  The format proves to be a tough test, with two rounds over consecutive weeks; a stableford round followed by a medal, with both scores to count in the result formula.    Round 2 requires bold golf from both the 1st round leaders and those under the radar.  The day of Round 2 dawned sunny and warm but with an extremely gusty wind, the aftermath of Storm Ophelia.  It is hearty congratulations to Chris Thompson whose "can do" attitude, which is apparent both on and off the golf course, brought her strongly to the top of the results, after an 8th place in the initial stableford round.  Chris' medal round included two gross birdies on the front 9, and despite a dramatic hiccup on both the 9th and 10th, she steadied herself with a very determined recovery to finish equal 1st in the medal round.   That nett score bettered the day's CSS, so Chris was also cut point 4 of a shot to now be playing on a 20 handicap.  It is 3 years since Chris last achieved a 20 handicap. The competition formula resulted in Chris winning the title for her first time, from runner-up Joan Alton who finished the day one shot behind.  Amanda Roberts was 3rd, Sue Hutton 4th, followed by Maureen Bradford, Shirley Gardiner, Eileen Plummer and Rachel Southwell.  Last year's title holder, Diane Leslie, who was not able to compete in the 2-Round event, played in the 2nd round and returned an excellent medal score.
 MBE Trophy SPIN Stableford on Tuesday   3rd October 2017

Congratulations, HNIN AND ANGELA, on winning Glennys' 18 hole and 9 hole Tropies, respectively.

THURSDAY  21ST SEPTEMBER VERSUS POTTERGATE  - AWAY - 
RESULT   LOST 1 - 2

1) HNIN AND THEA

2) LINDA AND MAUREEN  - LOST 1 DOWN

3)AMANDA AND SUE CHAMBERS - WON 1 UP

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

JUNE AND JULY GREEN FEES
2017 Just to remind you that the Members Daily Green Fee for June and July is £5 (back to £4 August to December). In response to Members saying that they would prefer whole numbers when getting their Green Fee Ticket, we reduced March to £3, increased April to £4 and for June and July £5. We hope you understand that we have to make gradual increases as time goes by. Yearly Fees alter very little, so   we hope you see that an increase for the next 2 months represents only a small increase in the year taken as a whole. Members please remember if you play 3 times in any week (Monday to Sunday) the rest of that week is free of charge. Please save your 3 Green Fee Tickets to show the Course Ranger. Visitors Green Fees are increased by £2 Weekday and £1 Weekends.

JULY NEWS
PING BETTERBALL STABLEFORD

 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS

FIONA HUTTON AND JUDITH HUTTON - 45 PTS

THE WINNING SCORECARD HAS BEEN SENT TO

 ENGLAND GOLF TO BE ENTERED ON THE
 
NATIONAL SCOREBOARD

WE THEN AWAIT THE CLOSING DATE
ON THE 3RD AUGUST

TO SEE HOW THEIR SCORE COMPARED  WITH THE 

REST     OF THE ENGLAND LADIES.

IF YOU LOOK AT THE ENGLAND GOLF WEBSITE,  

YOU CAN READ ALL ABOUT THE NEXT ROUND

OF THIS EVENT.

PRIZES WILL BE FORWARDED BY PING

GOLF EQUIPMENT

RUNNERS-UP - THEA LAW AND DIANE LESLIE  36 PTS

SATURDAY 8TH JULY - LADIES' CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP  - BEST GROSS SCORE - AMANDA ROBERTS GROSS 81 ,   THE MARY HALL TROPHY    MANY CONGRATULATIONS. AMANDA.    RUNNER-UP JUDITH HUTTON GROSS 85.  
 THE LEGLINES TROPHY - FOR A CHAMPIONSHIP ROOKIE - 
GROSS 89 CHRIS THOMPSON

RESULT OF OUR FRIENDLY FIXTURE VERSUS BOSTON WEST - A GREAT RESULT OF A HALVED MATCH,       1.5  -  1.5
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS - HNIN AND JOAN D WON, CHRIS AND EILEEN HALVED AND DOREEN AND AMANDA R LOST
THANK YOU ALL FOR PLAYING AND TO CHRIS FOR ACTING AS CAPTAIN OF THE DAY
MANY CONGRATULATIONS, LADIES
TUESDAY 11TH JULY  - THE ANNUAL PING 4BALL BETTERBALL STABLEFORD  -  A QUALIFYING ROUND ON HOME GROUND, WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF THE WINNING PAIR GOING FORWARD TO THE NATIONAL FINAL AT GAINSBOROUGH GOLF CLUB, LATE IN THE SUMMER.  BEST SCORECARD - FIONA AND JUDITH HUTTON 45 STABLEFORD POINTS
JUNE MATCH VERSUS KIRTON HOLME - LOST 0 - 3  AWAY
THANK YOU ALL FOR PLAYING AND TO JOAN A  FOR ACTING AS CAPTAIN OF THE DAY

        AUSTRALIAN SPOONS FOURSOMES STABLEFORD
THE REGIONAL FINAL FOR THE BEST 64 SCORECARDS FROM THE 6 COUNTIES' RESULTS IS AT NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME GOLF CLUB , STAFFORDSHIRE 
ON MONDAY 24TH JULY 2017
ROUND ONE WAS WON BY DOREEN FARDELL WITH CAROLE CHILCOTT, HAVING SCORED 40 POITNS.
ROUND TWO WAS WON BY JOAN ALTON WITH AMANDA ROBERTS ON 34 POINTS.  DOREEN'S AND CAROLE'S CARD WILL BE SENT TO ENGLAND GOLF AND THEY MAY BE INVITED TO REPRESENT SMGC AT THE 6 COUNTIES' FINAL ON 24TH JULY AT NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME, STAFFORDSHIRE., SUBJECT TO THE FINAL SCOREBOARD.  WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED, AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OF 23RD JUNE.  
SMALL PRIZES WILL BE PRESENTED TO DOREEN, CAROLE, JOAN AND AMANDA, PURCHASED FROM THE LADIES' FUND, AND BASED ON 100% OF THE £4 TOTAL ENTRY FEES BEING SENT TO ENGLAND GOLF.  
 23RD MAY
THE ANNUAL MATCHPLAY BETWEEN THE LADIES AND THE SENIOR GENTS      SENIOR GENTS WON     5.5  -  2.5

 BLUEBELLS VERSUS THE PRIMROSES, A GREENSOMES MATCHPLAY PRACTICE  AND FUND RAISING FOR MARIE CURIE CANCER  THANK YOU FOR £20.50 COLLECTED ON THE MORNING.
8.30  AMANDA BEAT SUE CHAMBERS   
8.40 LINDA AND MAUREEN LOST TO CHRIS AND JOAN D
8.50 THEA AND NORMA LOST TO DOREEN AND DI  L
9.00 JOAN A AND EILEEN LOST TO GLADYS AND SUE H.
BLUEBELLS  1   -    PRIMROSES 3
1ST OF A SERIES : OUR   AUSTRALIAN SPOON STABLEFORD FOURSOMES  PAIRS ON TUESDAY 9TH MAY 2017  - 1ST SCORECARD - 40POINTS - DOREEN AND CAROLE WINNERS OF WEEK ONE - MANY CONGRATULATIONS         
   SMALL PRIZES TO COME
YOU ARE INVITED TO CHOOSE YOUR PARTNER AND MAKE UP PLAYING 4'S FOR CARD-MARKING PURPOSES   
RESULTS OF SPIN   TUESDAY    ON     TUESDAY      4TH      APRIL
GLENNYS' MBE TROPHY -  AN 18 HOLE  STABLEFORD  - 
DRAWN PLAYING GROUPS
MANY CONGRATULATIONS, LINDA WHITTAKER, WINNER ON 40 POINTS, FROM AMANDA ON A COUNT-BACK WITH CHRIS THOMPSON, BOTH ON 35 POINTS.  SUE HUTTON AND JOAN ALTON WERE BOTH ON 34.  WELL PLAYED SUE CHAMBERS WHO WON THE NEAREST THE PIN PRIZE ON HOLE NUMBER 6.
MORE DETAILS VERY SOON OF FUNDS RAISED FOR GLENNYS' CHARITY, WITH RAFFLE AND FORFEITS   - £       

MARCH2017
OUR VERY OWN JOAN ALTON WON THE MIXED SENIORS' AWAY-DAY AT NEWARK G.C.ON TUESDAY 28TH MARCH, WITH A SCORECARD OF 38 STABLEFORD POINTS, 5 POINTS BETTER THAN THE THREE GENTLEMEN PLAYERS ON 33 POINTS..
A GREAT DAY OUT, WITH AN IDEAL VENUE, EXCELLENT WEATHER AND ARTER-GOLF MEAL.  VERY MANY CONGRATULATIONS, JOAN.  A VERY GENUINE AND WORTHY WINNER, FROM A MIXED FIELD OF 30 SMGC SENIORS.  THANK YOU, DAVID GUY FOR ORGANISING THE DAY.

THE WILLIAMSON TROPHY   AN 18 HOLE MEDAL FOR SENIOR LADIES
2017 WINNER - ANNE PARKER    NETT 71



2016 LADIES’ RESULTS


SUMMARY

 

Trophy Winners Tuesday Competitions

MBE Spring Trophy: Amanda Roberts

MBE Autumn Trophy: Sue Chambers

Williamson Trophy: Shirley Gardiner

Bird of the Year Dec. Stableford: Amanda Roberts

 

Trophy Winners Main Club Competitions

Club Champion: Amanda Roberts

Leglines Trophy: Zoe Martin

Gold Medal June: Zoe Martin

 

 

The Ping Fourball Stableford: 1st Sue Chambers & Linda Whittaker

The Val Howseman 36 Hole Trophy: Diane Leslie

Australian Spoon Qualifier: Best Card Linda Whittaker and Maureen Bradford

Regional Round Representatives:  Chris Thompson & Amanda Roberts

 

 

Friendly Matches

Versus Senior Gents: Won  4  -  3

Versus Boston West Away: Lost  0  -   4

Social Day with Kirton Holme: Texas Scramble – part of 1st Team Eileen Plummer and Amanda Roberts

 

2016 Tuesday Ladies’ Charity Fund Raising

Sports Relief £11     Marie Curie Cancer £72    Royal British Legion £55.18

Joan’s and Thea’s Pre-Loved Clothing Sale for Marie Curie Cancer £160

 


Bird of the Year Trophy 2016
2 clubs and a putter Stableford
Winner - Amanda Roberts

~  Last week the Tuesday Ladies traditionally celebrated their Christmas Trophy Stableford, and, as in recent years, the challenge was a 2 club selection as well as the compulsory putter.  It didn’t seem to deter winner, Amanda Roberts, leaving her bag of eleven clubs at home.  Choosing a Rescue Wood and a 9 iron, Amanda’s winning scorecard of 37 points, with scores on 17 of the holes.  The total comprised an outward score of 15 points and then, in true style, a homeward tally of 22 points, to include two gross birdies.  Notably that birdie 3 on the 17th hole for a 4 point conversion turned it around.  Playing partner, Sue Chambers, who had had a better score as they turned at the 10th hole, saw Amanda finish the stronger.  3 points back, Sue was a creditable 2nd.  Amanda last won this event in 2013.  Last year’s winner, 30 handicap Linda Whittaker, came in 3rd on 33 points, with a creditable 17 scores, and the best front 9 card of the Ladies’ field, scored over 8 holes.  A splendid result also for both Norma Shelley as 4th prize winner, and 36 handicap Eileen Plummer, in 5th spot.  Other leading scores were returned by Joan Alton, Sue Hutton, Karren Dearlove, Angela Mumby and Thea Law.   As ever, the ladies generously played in charitable spirit, not only providing for the event’s Hidden Santa presentation of the top 4 prizes, but also donating their entry fees to the club’s nominated charity Marie Curie Cancer.

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RESULTS : Tuesday 8th November 2016

Our Annual Poppy Day Appeal for The RBL
As numbers were not perfect, we played 
2 teams of  2 and 3 teams of 3 :

GOLD MEDALS PROVIDED BY THE RBL

1ST TEAMS : Norma Shelley and Chris Thompson
&
Sue Chambers and Anne Parker and Carole Chillcott

Runners Up : Amanda and Thea

Maureen and Eileen and Sue H

Di L and Linda and Liz D

£42 raised on the morning, as part of the TOTAL
 amount realised by the whole club :
TOTAL to be posted next week

RESULT  MBE TROPHY

TUESDAY 11TH OCTOBER

CONGRATULATIONS TO SUE CHAMBERS  - 36 points

Result

VAL'S DOUBLE DATE - 

Congratulations to Diane Leslie

 the Trophy Winner 2016

Net 64 minus 35 stableford equals 29

 * TROPHY RULE STATES *
" THE TROPHY CAN WON ONLY BY A LADY WHO
 HAS PLAYED IN 6 QUALIFYING TUESDAY
 COMPETITIONS SINCE SEPTEMBER 2015 "

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   The club has continued a strong commitment to its nominated charity, Marie Curie Cancer, and with over 20 years of fund raising we decided to make a bigger effort over the summer.   Funds came in from golf competitions, the forfeits from the charity bunker on the 6th hole (15th ), gifts and donations.   The special boost came from an idea from Paul McCarthy, who lent us his own Olympic Torch that he had been privileged to carry as part of the 2012 pre-Olympic relay through Lincolnshire, on its way throughout the UK.   So, during the month of the August Rio Olympics we took donations for photos to be taken with the torch.   The Tuesday Ladies also played a Pentathlon of Golf Competitions and the total sum raised here for Marie Curie Cancer in the July to October period was £722.33.   The total for the year was £1,047.33.   The Seniors’ Captain’s morning raised £119 for the Skegness RNLI Lifeboats.   The national endeavour, Sports Relief, in March inspired the raising of £117.32.   In November, our collection for The Royal British Legion also realised the sum of £135.84.

2016 - notice 1st August    Please see BELOW how the  SUDBROOK MOOR    TUESDAY   LADIES  supported the Charity  during August, with 4  weekly fun- fund raising  competitions           AND    please click on the left hand  "OLYMPIC  CHALLENGE " and see how we are all,
again,  supporting Marie Curie   Cancer   during The Rio  Olympics - August and Sept ember 2016

Marie Curie has been selected as our Annual Charity Appeal for the past 20 years.
We hold several fund raising events throughout the year to help raise much needed funds for this important charity.                                                                        


AUGUST RESULTS

THE SUDBROOK MOOR  RACE TO RIO,   
HOLDING  A TORCH        FOR CANCER
OLYMPIC SERIES     AUGUST  2016

FUND  RAISING  FOR  MARIE  CURIE

 4 Tuesday competitions were   Marie Curie fund raising events,   with entry fees being sent to Marie Curie,
 and  with   prizes for the best score

FOR OLYMPIC AUGUST RESULTS 

PLEASE SCROLL DOWN
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Thank you for raising £55.50 so far in August

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TUESDAY 23RD AUGUST 

A Pair's Greensomes   Stableford 
1st Anne Parker and Joan Doughty   on count-back
Thank you for raising a further £18 today

16TH AUGUST

PAIR'S MEDLEY MEDAL

1ST - AMANDA ROBERTS AND KARREN DEARLOVE
Thank you for raising £18 today for Maire Curie Cancer

 9TH AUGUST -

It’s been a good news week for the Ladies' RESULTS OF AM-AM STABLEFORD

1st Team  -  
 Sue Hutton Maureen Bradford Shirley Gardiner
Thank you for raising    £9   today for Marie Curie Cancer

2ND AUGUST -

 a Singles "2 club and a putter"     stableford - 
    1ST JAN MACHIN      2ND CHRIS THOMPSON
Thank you for raising £10.50 today for Maire Curie Cancer

  News of our ladies'  section of the club, finding success with two summer scorecards which had been forwarded earlier to England Golf for qualification in National and Regional finals.  It has been worth waiting for this deadline date for last returns.

Sue Chambers and Linda Whittaker, who play off 23 and 30 respectively, recorded 45 stableford points in June at home, off 90% handicap allowance.   A very welcome email has notified them of their place in the ultimate event of the Ping Women’s Fourball Betterball, The Plate Final, which is scheduled at local Gainsborough Golf Club in the first week of September.   Over one thousand golf clubs have competed in the pre-qualifying home stage of this generously sponsored club golfers’ event, and this invitation is a prestigious one, with a fabulous day of golf and hospitality promised by American sponsors Ping Golf Equipment.

Amanda Roberts and Chris Thompson have proceeded this week to the North Midland Regional Final in the Australian Spoons Foursome Stableford.  The venue is Whetstone Golf Club, Cosby, Leicestershire where representatives from the 5 counties of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Shropshire, contest one place only to go to the England Final in September.   Amanda plays off 15 and Chris off 20, and came through the home club rounds run on 5 separate dates during the period of March to July.

The club is very proud of this Ladies' double-double achievement.


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