SOMERSET LADIES COUNTY GOLF ASSOCIATION (SLCGA)

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Thursday 4  -  SW Foursomes - Weston Super Mare GC.  Start sheet here

 

Monday 8  -  SCSLGA AGM and 9 hole competition at Long Sutton GC

SEPTEMBER 2018

Friday 14  -  Fowler Lock Greensomes at Isle of Wedmore GC - click here for Prize winners:  Full results available on Competitions page.

Friday 21  -  SLPCS Autumn Mixed Meeting at Mendip Spring GC

Friday 28 - SW Bowmaker at Lansdown GC - click here for Start Sheet

OCTOBER 2018

Somerset’s Hannah Woodley is the toast of her county after winning a national title at

Frilford Heath Golf Club, Oxfordshire.

 

Woodley, from Enmore Park, is the new English Women’s County Champion of Champions,

winning the title with a score of three-over par after 36 holes, with rounds of 71 72 on the

Green course.

 

She finished a shot ahead of Northumberland’s Ami Story (Bedlingtonshire), while Nottinghamshire’s Libby Kilbride (Dore & Totley) was third, a further five shots back.

 

Woodley – or Hannah Grant, as she was known until her marriage last year – commented: “I’m over the moon. It’s an incredible feeling to win a big one.”

 

The key to her success was her mental approach: “This is a thinker’s golf course, you don’t need to hit it miles, but you need to put it in the right position to hit the green.”

 

She’s been Somerset county champion four times in the past five years and she’s played at women’s Champion of Champions since the event was started in 2016. “It’s a really good tournament, an amazing addition to the calendar – and I’d think that even if I didn’t get through! It’s a really good way to round off the season.”

 

Woodley, 31, was a regular on the national amateur circuit, but when she worked as an emergency call handler for the police for over five years she had to cut back on her playing commitments. Five months ago she returned to the golfing world with a new job as a tournament controller for the PGA’s South West and Wales region.

 

“It’s fantastic,” she said. “I’m enjoying being back around golf and it’s lovely to watch good golf – maybe that’s helped, it’s rubbed off on me!”

Dates for your Diary 2019 - Click here for County Competitions venues

 

Delegates Meetings 2019 - Click here for Dates of Meetings

Hannah Woodley