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Cottrell Park Ladies Away Day to Ross on Wye Golf Club.
Posted by: Golf Shake on Tue 10 Jul 2012 - News/feature content for Cottrell Park Golf Resort
Cottrell Park Ladies Away Day to Ross on Wye Golf Club on Wednesday the 6th June was well organised by the Ladies’ Captain, Judy James and enjoyed by the 36 ladies who attended. After an initial delay when the coach was late arriving, the day went well with the staff at Ross being very helpful and accommodating. The Individual Stableford and Yellow Ball team competition was played in blustery weather conditions with only a few showers, which did not dampen the spirits. The course was a fair challenge but if you wandered into the trees of which there were many you paid the penalty. The Individual Stableford for the Miss Button trophy was won by Sian Lovell with 36 points and runner up Helen Evans with 34 points. The longest drive 0 –24 Handicap was won by Kay Bradbury and 25 – 36 by Tessa Matthews . Nearest the pin Toots Plant. The team prize went to Helen Evans, Maureen Bowen and Carole Duncanson. Sian Lovell had a good day as she also won the putting competition. A golfing quiz created by Kay Bradbury caused a few furrowed brows, it was won by Jan Cosby, Vicki Long and Mary Davies. Carole Duncanson guessed correctly that Sian Lovell would win Miss Button and Shirley Williams was closest to the number of lost balls, there were only 14 . Following a delicious meal the prizes were presented by the Ladies’ Captain.
All returned home tired but happy after a very pleasant day out.
Team winners Helen Evans, Carole Duncanson and Maureen Bowen