35 players took part in this prestigious event, one of the highlights of the President's year,
The best score for the President's Prize was a close run affair, with the top scoring going to the back 9 and even the back 6.
WINNER (£80 Voucher + champagne)-Jenny Cordon with 37 points, back 9 of 18, back 6 of 16
SILVER DIVISION (0-20)
WINNER (£50 Voucher + wine)-Jayne Baxter with 37 points, back 9 of 17
2ND PLACE (£40 Voucher+ wine)-Wendy Geston with 35 points
3RD PLACE (£30 Voucher + wine)-Nora Boulton with 34 points, back 9 of 17)
BRONZE DIVISION (21-36)
WINNER (£50 Voucher + wine)-Gill Damjanovic with 37 points, back 9 of 18, back 6 of 11
2ND PLACE (£40 Voucher+ wine)-Andrea Martin with 36 points
3RD PLACE (£30 Voucher + wine)-Anita Wainwright with 35 points, back 9 of 19)
The President also offered a free draw for wine and balls for the non-winners
He also suggested a special prize for the best stableford scores on all the par three's, which was won by Morag Jones with a fabulous 13 points (3 x 3's + 2 x 2's)
Thanks go to the intrepid helpers in the Millenium Pavilion, namely the Captain Peter Mottram, Margaret Whitfield, and Pauline and Tony Swindells. The PIMMS and Jam Scones were a treat to behold.
The president was quoted as saying that despite having far fewer numbers than the similar men's event he had probably enjoyed himself that little bit more.
THANK YOU MR PRESIDENT FOR YOUR IMPRESSIVE DISPLAY OF PRIZES, AND YOUR OVERALL CONTRIBUTION TO A WONDERFUL DAY.
On behalf of the Ladies' Section