Fab for­est take five at ladies’ day

The Jewish Chronicle - - Sport -

GOLF DUNHAM For­est were the most suc­cess­ful club at the Ladies Na­tional tour­na­ment for the UK Jewish Golf Clubs and So­ci­eties at Dyrham Park Coun­try Club in Barnet.

The Cheshire-based del­e­ga­tion claimed five cups, in­clud­ing the main na­tional tro­phy for the Team Gross.

Now in its 12th year, the com­pe­ti­tion, which fea­tured 108 play­ers rep­re­sent­ing 12 teams, is the only com­pe­ti­tion where women from Jewish clubs and so­ci­eties from the United King­dom and Ire­land com­pete against one an­other in the fe­male equiv­a­lent of the Glancy Cup.

This year’s en­trants fea­tured Abridge, Bon­ny­ton, Coombe Hill, Dyrham Park, Dunham For­est, Harts­bourne, Lee Park, Moor Aller­ton, Pot­ters Bar, Shirley, White­field and a Com­bined So­ci­eties Team.

Among the medal haul for Dunham For­est was the main prize, the Team Gross, with the side con­tain­ing Joy Blakey, Miriam Man­ners, Angie Shaw David­son, Pat Dee, Elaine Rosenberg, Sue Wrigley, Cath Barker and mother and daugh­ter Pam Marks and De­bra Sciama. Dunham For­est also ac­cu­mu­lated the best gross score (527) while Shirley earned the best net (458). Next year’s tour­na­ment, which is staged al­ter­nately in Lon­don and the prov­inces, will be hosted by White­field Golf Club in Manch­ester on May 21.

Shirley’s Va­lerie King tees off

Coombe Hill’s Catherine Alt


Harts­bourne’s Hay­ley Freed­man lines up a putt at Dyrham Park

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