SLCGA 50+  CHAMPIONSHIP WELLS 22ND July: Winners and more photos on Competition page .  .


LATEST NEWSLETTER (July 16th)  click here


S W INTER-COUNTIES GIRLS TEAM had a practice match against the PROS on 10th July - and won!  Full report and team selection on Juniors News.

 Competition page. .


BRONZE OPEN MEETING:   Start sheet on Competition page. There is space for one more player - if interested,  please contact Competitions Secretary.


VACANCIES - There are three SLCGA  vacancies that need to be filled by November 2016: Honorary Secretary, Handicap Advisor and Junior Organiser. For more details click here


SW MATCH WEEK - First team colours were awarded to Victoria Watts, (Farrington), Aimee Sawyer (The Mendip) and Helen Hayward (Taunton & Pickeridge. Photos at foot of the page.


PAST CAPTAINS : The full range of kit will be available at the Summer Meeting on 28 July at Orchardleigh. Click  here for more information



The SW Committee are pleased to say that the SW champs will go a head at Launceston 24th July,( closing date 24th June  late entries are being accepted ). Entries have increased to 31 and we hope, with the Counties push, to get it higher. EG have agreed to assist. Details and entry form on



SW COMPETITIONS: SW Foursomes, Championship, Bowmaker, Australian Spoons and Championship entry forms are on SW website and on the Downloads page.


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Photo by kind permission of David Titchener


SW inter-counties match week - Daily reports here. Photos here

Awarding of First team colours


Photo(s) courtesy of Mark Adler, Mendip Times


SLCGA 50+ Championship


In glorious sunshine 46 ladies played Wells Golf Course today to determine this year’s 50+ Champion.

Congratulations to Amanda Mayne of Saltford for retaining the title with a gross 77. Gill Edwards of Long Sutton won the Margaret Webber Cup with a nett 74.

Remarkably,  in such good conditions,  there was only one two. Congratulations to Hazel Bevan who walked off with 24 balls!

Thanks to Wells’ Lady Captain and her County Delegate Rose Hallett for all their help and to Wells Golf Club for allowing us to use the course.