WELCOME TO THE LADIES SECTION
Ladies day is Wednesday with tees also reserved on Sunday afternoon for those who work during the week or wish to play at weekends. Every Monday we have an informal roll up which is well supported and is always competitive and good fun.
As well as playing a number of competitions throughout the year, we also play against other local clubs. These are currently Buxton and High Peak, Cavendish, Marple , Werneth Low and Mellor.
Major events on our calendar are Lady Captain’s Day in June, our Ladies Open in July and the Turkey Trot in October.
The social side of the club is something we all enjoy and we have a variety of social and fund raising events throughout the year plus two very enjoyable events with the Seniors – an Easter egg competition in the Spring and a quad am in early September.
Whether you are a potential new member or a visitor we will give you a warm welcome and if you need someone to play with we’ll do our best to arrange this.
Ladies Presentation Evening
The Ladies Section held their annual Presentation Evening on Wednesday 17th October to mark the end of the 2018 summer playing season.
The evening was well attended and everyone appreciated the light buffet provided by the committee after the presentation.
Lady Captain welcomed members and presented the prizes, commenting that, although not everyone won a major prize, almost everyone won something over the season, whether it be a glass or balls!
The following were the prize winners:
Dowell Cup : Jane Howard
Warren Cup: Alison Wright
Kitchen Trophy: Liz Milne
Wilson Bowl : Marie Anne McGibbon
Lockwood Trophy: Alison Rudder
Club Trophy: Alison Wright
Lady President’s Salver: Jane Howard
Lady Captain’s Prize: Alison Wright
Mr Captain’s Prize: Joyce Bennett
Mr President’s Prize: Celia James
Past Lady Captain’s/President’s Day Jackie Piper
Spring Meeting Jean Taylor
Lady Captain emphasised that it was particularly pleasing to have welcomed new members this year all of whom have made a significant contribution to the Ladies Section.
Ladies invitation to Seniors 5th October 2018
32 members of the Ladies and Seniors sections took part in a very enjoyable Quad am this morning. With the best lady and the best gent to score on each of the 13 holes the winning team, with a very creditable 67 points were Lady Captain, Judith Johnson, Mike Howard and Richard Phillipson who are shown below with their prizes
Runners up with 62 points were Jean Taylor, Helen Hodkinson, Phil Smallman and Mr. President.
The event was followed by soup and sandwiches after which Lady Captain thanked Jean Taylor and Tom James for once again organising the event.
Ladies Day at Sickleholme 23rd August 2018
Seventeen of our ladies had a very enjoyable day at Sickleholme Golf Club at Bamford. The weather was beautiful and the views stunning. The course played long and some of the holes proved very challenging.
Playing a stableford in teams of three, with the best two scores to count, the prize for the best scores over the first nine holes went to Brenda Fink, Celia James and Jackie Piper with 65 points. The prize for the best 18 holes went to Alison Wright, Iris Tolputt and Lady Captain with 71 points.
Alison won the prize for the best individual score with 33 points whilst the prize for nearest the pin went to Marie -Anne McGibbon who was just 27 inches from the hole!
After the prize giving, everyone enjoyed an excellent meal in the restaurant which marked a fitting end to an excellent day out.
Lady President’s Stableford 29th July 2018
A rare blip, in an otherwise superb summer, with the threat of thunderstorms, meant that Lady President’s competition was reduced from 18 to 9 holes.
However, with an excellent score of 18 points, Jane Howard won the event, albeit after a card play off, with Angela Adamson taking second place.
The photos below show Marie-Anne Mc Gibbon and Margaret Palmer receiving their prizes for nearest the pin.
Lady President kindly provided refreshments for everyone after the event.
Mr Captain’s Day to Ladies 22nd July 2018
Over 20 ladies took part in Mr Captain’s Day to Ladies on a beautiful summer’s day. A stableford, off full handicap, was played with the majority of ladies playing a full 18 holes. The winner, with a very impressive 38 points, was Joyce Bennett with Pam Boffey coming second with 36 points.
A separate 9 hole competition was also held with Joan Flowers and Ann Jones winning the prizes.
Alison Wright won both the prizes for nearest the pin.
At the end of the game everyone enjoyed the delicious buffet provided by Mr. Captain
The photos show the prize winners with Mr Captain
Day out at Chatsworth 19th July 2018
24 of our Ladies went to Chatsworth Golf Club on 19th July to play in our annual exchange day. A Texas scramble utilizing 1/6th of combined handicap was played with each lady having to undertake at least 5 drives. The winners, with a superb 59 points, were Marie-Anne Mc Gibbon, Helen Hodkinson and Angela Adamson. Afterwards they were presented with white aprons showing the New Mills Golf club logo. There was a tie for second place won by a card play off by Brenda Fink, Judith Johnson and Marion Harrison with 63 points.
One group of ladies, Ann Jones, Grace Watts and Joan Flowers played a 9 hole competition and came in with a very respectable score of 38 points and received a potted plant for all their hard work on a very hot day!
After the game everyone retreated to Rowley’s pub and restaurant which marked a fitting end to a glorious day.
Lady Captain’s Day 24th June 2018
An extremely hot day proved to be hard work for all the 27 ladies who took part in the 18 hole stableford event organised by Lady Captain, Alison Rudder.
All players were presented with a small momento on the 1st tee by the Lady Captain and photos were taken of each group of players.
The scores were excellent with Alison Wright scoring a very respectable 38 points. Runner up with 35 points was Marion Harrison beating Jane Gee in a card play off. Ann Brown came fourth.
Other prizes were awarded to
Alison Wright – nearest the pin8th
Brenda Wheeldon – nearest pin 15th
Jane Gee -nearest the line 9th
A prize was awarded to Alison Wright for an Eagle on the 14th earlier in the month.
The day ended with all the competitors and guests enjoying a cream tea.
The photos below show some of the prize winners on the day.
Mr President’s Day to Ladies 17th June 2018
27 lady members enjoyed superb weather and a fantastic day of golf today.
There were some very good scores with Celia James scoring an excellent 39 points to win the competition. Second place, with 37 points was Angela Adamson whilst Judith Johnson came third with 35 points after a card play off.
In addition, three ladies, Grace Watts, Joan Flowers and Marion Harrison, played a separate 9 hole competition which was won by Marion with 17 points.
A very enjoyable cream tea provided a fitting end to a really super day’s golf.
The photos below show Mr President presenting prizes to the winners.
Ladies day out at Malkins Bank Golf Club
On Sunday 22nd April, fifteen of our ladies joined Lady Captain for a day’s golf at Malkins Bank Golf Club at Sandbach.
Playing in teams of three, off full handicap, with the best 2 to score, the competition was won by Joyce Bennett, Marie-Anne McGibbon and Alison Wright.
Runners up were Jackie Piper, Celia James and Iris Tolputt.
The game was followed by refreshments which proved a fitting end to a great day out.
The photos show the winning team and runners up with Lady Captain
Annual Easter Egg Competition
Once again this popular event organised by Jean Taylor was well supported and a great success. Played in teams of four with two ladies and two gents in each team and with the best ladies’ score and best gents’ score to count, the event was won by the team of Lady Vice Captain (Jane Howard), Brenda Fink, Frank James and Bernard Pickering with an excellent score of 66 points over 13 holes.
Well done to the victorious team who are about to enjoy their winnings!
Ladies Presentation Evening 2017
Prizes were presented by the Lady Captain. Well done to all winners and to Jean Taylor who compared the evening.