Sad News - Lynn Williams

It is with great sadness that we report the passing away of Lynn Williams on 6th December 2021, after a long illness.

Lynn was 68 years of age and was held in great regard at Sherwood Forest GC where she had been a member for over 33 years. She was Sherwood Lady Captain in 2015 and served as NCLGA Secretary from 2014 to 2019. She was a true character, bubbly and full of fun and she fought her series of illnesses with great strength and bravery. She will be greatly missed by many. Our thoughts are with her husband Tony and all her family and friends during this difficult time.

The funeral will be held at Mansfield Crematorium on Friday 7th January 2022 at 11.15am. Wake to be held at Sherwood Forest Golf Club. The family have requested no flowers  - donations to Cancer Research.

Notts Win MVLGA Team Championships

NottinghamshireThe MVLGA County Team Championships were played at Handsworth Golf Club over 3 days from 11th to 13th October 2021. The main tournament is 2 days of stroke play, off scratch, with 3 players scores from 4 counting each day. With 16 teams taking part from around the Midlands the competition was tough. Staffordshire have won the tournament for the last 5 years and, with handicaps of 1 and less, Nottinghamshire needed to perform well.

With good scores from Caron Harrison and Carol Houghton on the 1st day, Notts were leading by 1 shot going into the last day, with Staffordshire and Worcestershire just behind.
Notts played steady golf on Day 2 and pulled off a fantastic win to take the title by 6 shots from Staffordshire.

Congratulations on a great performance to the team representing Notts:  Caron Harrison, Carol Houghton and Sue Penfold from Sherwood Forest and Carol Wild from Notts Ladies.

Andrea Stockdale (Notts MVLGA Rep)

President's Day 2021

A successful County Presidents Day was held at Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club on Monday 4th October 2021. Grateful thanks go to the Ladies Captain Hazel Ebling and her team, including the two male starters for the day.Thanks also to the greens staff, caterers, Dawn in the office and, by no means least, the hard workers at the bar!

Results from the day are:
1st Team: 79 points - Jan Hooley, Angela Gibson, Pam Musson and Si Hardwick from Stanton on the Wolds
2nd Team: 76 points - Linda Castledine, Sue Simpson, Kate Beilby and Lisa Anthony from Southwell & Coxmoor
3rd Team: 76 points - Hazel Ebling, Karen Herbert, Di Orson and Glynis Armstrong form Radcliffe on Trent
4th Team: 76 points - Hailey Laverty, Lorraine Wasiuta, Michaela Burgess and Jill Atkinson from The Nottinghamshire
5th Team: 75 points - Sue maine, Jean peasnall, Tina Gillott and Linda Allwood from Rushcliffe

Nearest the white line on the 13th was Lauretta Smith from Nottingham City

Eva Glasby (NCLGA President)

New Treasurer Still Required for 2022

Our current treasurer, Jenny Smith will be retiring at the end of the financial year. We are urgently looking for someone to fill this position on the County Executive Committee as soon as possible, to shadow Jenny and take over as soon as possible after the 2021 AGM.

Below is a summary of what the role entails, and Jenny will be pleased to discuss the role in further detail should you be interested. Her details can be found on the list of officers with contact details on this website.

• Good knowledge of Excel spreadsheets.
• Reasonable financial skills.
• Good communication, negotiating and organisational skills.
• Work as part of a team and make appropriate contributions when required.
• Maintain two bank accounts and produce balance sheets when necessary.
• Ensure proper records are kept.
• Liaise with the golf clubs in the county regarding affiliation fees.
• Appoint an auditor and prepare accounts for audit at the year end.

Please note that we are also still looking for someone to take the position of Assistant Secretary so would appreciate it if you could spread the word amongst your members.

Ladies Interclub Final 2021

Ladies Interclub 21aThe Ladies Interclub Final was played on 13th September, at Sherwood Forest Golf Club, between Mapperley and Coxmoor Golf Clubs. The weather was good, the course at Sherwood was in fine order and the spectators were treated to some nail-bitingly good golf. We saw some very good putts being holed.
Congratulations must go to both Coxmoor and Mapperley for reaching the final, but after a gritty performance by all the finalists and despite the best efforts of Coxmoor, Mapperley were victorious with a score of 5up.

Helen Haycox
NCLGA CC 2021

Sad News - Marion Harris

It is with sadness that we report the passing away of Marion Elsie Harris on 30th August 2021, at the age of 90. Marion was a long-time member of Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club and a past NCLGA County Captain (2007- 2008). She was married to Gerry and had two sons. She was a proficient pianist an a lady determined to succeed at everything she approached, playing bridge in latter years after her golf failed to still attain her high standards.

President Eva Glasby and County Captain Helen Haycox, along with family, friends and golf aquaintences, attended her thanksgiving service at Lambley Crematorium on 17th Sep[tember. It was a lovely service with poems, music and eulogy.

Second Team Results 2021

The following are the match results for the second team this season:

18th July v Leicestershire at Lingdale - Notts lost 6½ - 2½
21st July v Leicestershire at Beeston - Nott lost 7 - 2

3rd August v Lincolnshire at Norwood - Notts lost 5½ - 3½
18th August v Lincolnshire at Ashby Decoy - Notts lost 5½ - 3½

The results don’t quite tell an accurate story. Although we lost all of the matches, the games were mostly extremely close, well-fought affairs, often finishing on the 17th or 18th. Throughout, our players battled hard and played some excellent golf, always with a fantastic sporting spirit. This year we had 10 debutants, and a total of 17 players took part over the four matches. The squad were: Bernie Barton, Charlie Inger, Claire Wilson, Julie Revill, Lesley Morris, Millie Marsh, Suzi Anderson, Audrey Macmillan, Ava Wapplington, Bev Cook, Cheryl Gee, Hailey Laverty, Lizzie Wood, Lorraine Howd, Lynne Inman, Jan Calder and Rosemary Lockwood. While this had its drawbacks, perhaps lessening our consistency, it had the huge benefit of introducing new, keen players to the squad, thus deepening our pool for future seasons. Hopefully we will have gained lots of valuable experience!

Read more: Second Team Results 2021