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President's Day 26th June at Radcliffe on Trent GC

President's day is always a friendly, social event.

Players submit their entry as a pair and are combined into teams of four by the President and Vice-President who draw pairs together for this event. The competition is played as an AM AM with 85% handicap allowance 2 scores to count on each hole.  

Coffee and tea are available on arrival and this year everyone will start from the 1st tee. 

A cream tea buffet will be available after golf. 

We may be able to conduct a presentation on the day subject to entry numbers. 

Our President Pam Hall, is looking forward to welcoming you all and has put in a plea for good weather on the day.

2024 Spring Meeting at Cosby GC

The Spring Meeting was held at Cosby golf course on Monday 22nd April when 30 teams competed in a 3 Ball Alliance for the Wendy Johnson Trophy. 

It rained for most of the day, easing up a little in the afternoon but the competition went ahead as it had been dry for a few days prior to this event taking place. Conditions were difficult with the course playing very long but the ladies braved the weather and wet conditions mostly with a smile and good humour that have come to define our hardy past and current captains. 

The raffle was very popular raising much needed funds for the County Junior Girls. Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets on the day. The table looked magnificent as you can see from the photograph attached.

The staff at Cosby were very helpful and welcoming throughout the day.

Thank you to everyone who supported this event.

AGM & Luncheon at Devonshire Place held February 2024

We were delighted to welcome 150 ladies to the 51st AGM & luncheon held at Devonshire Place on 8th February 2024.

President Pam Hall and Vice-President Julia Dunkley welcomed ladies as they arrived. Ladies were able to purchase or order merchandising on the day and meet with friends made through the Association, at this first event of the year.   

There was a choice menu again this year which everyone agreed were delicious receiving many compliments from  attendees.

The AGM started a little later than planned but was finished within 30 minutes and was informative but also light-hearted. There were cheers for winners of the competitions and laughter as ladies enjoyed inputs right through to the Vote of Thanks given by Jenny Martin. 

The support received is really appreciated and we are most grateful to the Club Representatives who liaise with members of the Association on our behalf. 

We hope that you all enjoyed your day as much as the Council did. We look forward to being able to welcome everyone attending our events and matches throughout 2024. 

 

On-Line Entry Forms Now Available for Trophy Events

You may now use our on-line entry forms to submit your entries for trophy events. These are accessed by going to www.lrlcga.com/trophyevents

Select the relevant form from the drop down menu, complete the entry form and submit it. This will automatically be sent via email to the event organiser with a copy also being sent to the contact email address in the form.

A further email acknowledgement will be sent to you by the event organiser who will also confirm payment options.

We hope that this will simplify the entry process for our trophy events.

 

2023 Bridge Luncheon at Scraptoft GC

Sixty-four players attended the Bridge Luncheon at Scraptoft Golf Club with four committee members providing support on Thursday 9th November.

As requested, the bridge commenced half hour earlier at 10.30am. Coffee being served from 10.00am gave the ladies time to catch up with friends old and new.

Scraptoft served a two-course lunch at 12.00 noon which was most enjoyable. The players then returned to bridge which finished just after 3.00pm.

The raffle in aid of junior girls raised £170, Pam Hall our President, thanked everyone for their generosity.

Ms Hall thanked Pauline Dignan, of Lingdale for being the Director of Bridge and Joyce Calow of Birstall the committee member who organised the day, for doing an excellent job.

The winner of the trophy with 3050 total was Sarah Gilbert, a guest of Lynda Dunne from Beedles Lake was presented with an orchid and the trophy.

Pam Hall our President on behalf of Association thanked Scraptoft for providing the venue and staff who looked after us all so well.

 

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