Bedfordshire Golf Club - Ladies Section
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A warm welcome to Bedfordshire Golf Club Ladies Section, from all of our lady members. We want you to get the most out of our club, making new friends, improving your golf but most of all having fun.
We particularly welcome our new members at Bedfordshire Golf Club, and recognise that you'll have lots of questions about how things work, who does what, and who to contact for things.
If you are new to the club:
LADIES COMMITTEE 2019
The Ladies section of the club is managed by an experienced team of members who form the Ladies Committee as follows:
Captain - Hilary Denny (pictured right)
Vice-Captain - Jane Anderson
Past Captain - Judi Monico
Secretary - Rosemary Harris
Handicaps - BarbaraTalboys
Treasurer - Sue Marsh
Competitions - Charlotte Walsh
Seniors - Maureen Dawson
Committee members - Chin Fern Griffiths, Helen Nellis, Mary Mills
County rep - Noreen Tattam
In addition to this website, there is a Facebook site for the Bedfordshire Golf Club, Ladies Section which contains lots of useful information about events and the golf activities within the ladies section of the club - and of course, many photos from previous competitions and social events.
New and experienced golfers may find the following information on the CONGU handicapping system useful:
In addition the following websites may be useful particularly for new players:
For more information see MEMBER INFORMATION tab at the top of the page.
Ladies 2020 Captain Elect Announcement – October 2019
The next Ladies Captain at Bedfordshire Golf Club has been announced. Current Ladies Captain Hilary Denny made the announcement as follows:
I am delighted to announce that Jane Anderson will succeed me as Ladies Captain in 2020. Jane joined Bedfordshire Golf Club as a complete beginner 6 years ago. As her handicap has decreased, so she has gradually increased her involvement in section organization.
She has worked tirelessly to promote ladies’ golf within the club. In addition to helping to run the Saturday ‘Belles’ group, she was instrumental in setting up the Ladies’ Facebook Group, and has contributed regular section items for the club newsletter.
Jane has already served on the Ladies’ committee for nearly 2 years, mostly in the capacity of Handicap Secretary and now takes over as Vice-Captain for the remainder of 2019.
It should be a very rewarding year for her if she has as much fun as I have had in the role. I am sure you will join me in wishing her every success and will give her your full support.