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VICE CAPTAIN 2021

PAT WRIGHTSON 

 

Many congratulations to Pat Wrightson (Huddersfield GC), the YVLGA Vice Captain for 2021. 

Many of you will be aware of Pat's golfing achievements which include the1976 Yorkshire Championship, 9 YVLGA Championships, 2015 NCVLGA Captain as well as Captain of  the English Seniors Ladies' Team 2014 to 2016; England winning the European Championship in 2014. Pat has been a member of the Richardson Trophy team for many years, also playing for the Northern Counties Veteran & English Ladies' Teams. Her vast experience has been & will be greatly valued by everyone.



PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES

YVLGA AGM - MONDAY 14th OCTOBER 2019
AT SAND MOOR GOLF CLUB

                      

                 Barratt Trophy - Julie Wheeldon (Wakefield)             Elliott Trophy - Mary Pat Moore (Bingley St Ives)

                          

          YVLGA Trophy - Helen Russell (Woodsome Hall)       Sally Runton Trophy - Helen Pears, Gill Reed, Elizabeth                                                                                                                          Stobbs, Louise Ward (Calverley)

                        

          Jean Gordon Trophy - Barbara Smith (The Oaks)               Rosie Hickie Trophy - Sylvia Charter (Hornsea)

                          

   YVLGA Dish - Lynda Ireland & Glynis Binns (Shipley)          Wardle Trophy - Penny Baxter & Joyce Slater (Oakdale)

                             

                        Sheila Yeadon Trophy -                                         YVLGA Trophy (Autumn) - Debs Dennison (Ripon)

  Bet Sworowski & Jackie Barraclough (Wakefield / Cleckheaton)

                         

 President's Trophy - Anne Gollogly, Beverley Flockton     President's 3rd prize - Carolyn Kirk, Heather Bingley,  

                                  Katie Clark (Saltburn)                                                            Julie Brown (Ganton)                            

 


 

 

CONGRATULATIONS

to
SANDRA PAUL

(Huddersfield GC)

 

NCVLGA Vice Captain 2020


 

 Results from Sligo  

 

Enjoying the local produce! 

 

Commiserations to the English team who were beaten into second place by Ireland on 'countback'. In a weather-affected contest over just 2 days instead of 3, only singles games were played on the second day - against Scotland in the morning & Ireland in the afternoon. With the two countries scoring the same points & halving their shortened match, Ireland's points of 12 for & 6 against just pipped England's record of 11 for & 7 against, meant they emerged as Champions.


 

The YVLGA congratulates Julie Wheeldon (Wakefield GC)
on being selected to represent England Senior Ladies

 

at the 

R&A WOMENS SENIOR HOME INTERNATIONALS

at

County Sligo, 1-3 October 2019

The R&A Womens Senior Home Internationals will be played at County Sligo from 1-3 October 2019. This world famous course in Rosses Point offers an excellent challenge.

The traditional links layout, redesigned by Harry Colt, utilises the natural contours of the dune-covered landscape and is situated in the picturesque seaside village of Rosses Point, just a short drive from Sligo town.

The R&A Womens Senior Home Internationsl match was first played in 2003
The Championship is an annual event played over 3 days featuring teams from
England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales

All go for Sligo – England Senior Ladies ready for Irish links test

England Senior Ladies’ captain Debbie Richards hopes her team can finish a glorious season on a high with another hard-fought win against Ireland.Richards has named a team of six for the challenge match in County Sligo between October 1-3.

Caroline Berry (Cheshire), Paula Carver (Sussex), Aileen Greenfield (Sussex), Lulu Housman (Middlesex), Helen Lowe (Leicestershire and Rutland), Jackie Foster (Hertfordshire) and Julie Wheeldon (Yorkshire) will represent England at County Sligo Golf Club at Rosses Point.

The contest is a repeat of the semi-final from this year’s European Senior Ladies’ Championship at BlackSeaRama in Bulgaria.

England prevailed with a 3.5 – 1.5 winning margin before going on to lift the trophy with victory in the final against Spain.

Richards knows only too well that Ireland’s ladies will be looking to redress the balance in this latest international clash but is confident that her team is capable of one final push.

“After winning gold at the Euros we go into the Ireland match on a real high”, confessed the captain.

“The fact that we beat Ireland in the semis should give the ladies the belief ahead of this trip and I’m sure will act an incentive for the Irish team.

“The Irish are a strong side. Bearing in mind the last result and the fact this is on their home soil, it will represent a really tough match to end our season.

“Playing links golf is also something for the team to get used to and with one practice round it’s never easy.

“But this is a fantastic group of ladies who have played so well this season on the course and got so well off it that I have total faith in them as a team.

“The Euros were so exciting, but to beat Ireland in Ireland would be amazing.

“We won three of our four singles against Ireland at the Euros which is a fantastic achievement and to go to Sligo and win this match would be a fitting finale to our 2019 campaign.”

Five of the six-strong team were present at the Euros – Housman is the only addition to the line-up.

All the England ladies head into the Ireland match on the back of excellent seasons.

Bromborough’s Berry won the English Senior Women’s Amateur Championship for a second time earlier this year at Enville Golf Club in Staffordshire.

Worthing’s Carver was runner-up to Berry in the English Senior Women’s Amateur and tied-ninth at the English Senior Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play.

Pyecombe’s Greenfield birdied the last two holes to win this year’s English Senior Women’s Stroke Play Championship at St Enodoc while Scraptoft golfer Lowe led the qualifiers at this year’s English Senior Women’s Championship.

Foster, from Bishops Stortford, finished second behind Greenfield in this year’s championship and also reached the semi-finals of this year English Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.

Wakefield’s Wheeldon was tied-third in the English Senior Women’s Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship and fifth in qualifying for the English Senior Women’s Amateur.

Experienced international Housman – playing out of Wyke Green – was tied third in the Senior Women’s strokeplay and top ten in the Order of Merit.


 2019 AGM

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2020 COMPETITION DATES & VENUES

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CONGRATULATIONS

to

Julie Wheeldon (Wakefield GC) & the English Senior Ladies team who won the European Seniors Team Championship at BlackSeaRama GC in Bulgaria! 

Click here to read more.  

 

The Yorkshire Vets are very proud of you!


Julie Wheeldon with her EGA (European Golf Association) Medal


 
For Jamboree Results 2019

Follow link: Jamboree Results 2019 Follow link:  Report by Sandra Paul


CONGRATULATIONS

to

JULIE WHEELDON (Wakefield GC)

 

on being selected to play for the ENGLAND Team

in the EUROPEAN SENIOR LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP

at BlackSeaRama Golf Course, North East Bulgaria

3 - 7 SEPTEMBER 2019

The Yorkshire Vets are very proud of you


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to take office in OCTOBER 2020

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Massive Congratulations
to 3 of our Yorkshire Vets Team Players

Karen Jobling
Bet Sworowski
Julie Wheeldon

All have been selected to represent the
North of England Team

in the
Veterans Jamboree

at
Northamptonshire County Golf Club

5th - 8th August 2019


Julie, Bet & Karen

The Full Team representing the North of England is.....
Caroline Berry (Cheshire)
Carol Helme (Lancashire)
Karen Jobling (Yorkshire)
Gill Mellor (Cheshire)
Cath Rawthore (Cheshire)
Maureen Richmond (Cheshire)
Bet Sworowski (Yorkshire)
Julie Wheeldon (Yorkshire)

Non Travelling Reserves.....
Susan Caton (Lancashire)
Rosie Waller (Cumbria)



CONGRATULATIONS

to

JULIE WHEELDON (Wakefield GC)

 

 3rd place

in the

English Senior Womens Open Stroke Play Championship
at St Enedoc GC, Cornwall
18 - 20 June 2019

Rounds of 78, 81, 76

 


Julie Wheeldon (left)

                     
Julie receiving her fantastic 3rd place prize in the English Senior Womens Open Stroke Play Championships at  St Enodoc Cornwall.  While many were battling the strong winds on the final day, Julie managed a gross 76 to shoot her up the leaderboard into 3rd place.  Brilliant !!!

English Senior Matchplay Championship (13th to 17th May)


Following our YVLGA Championship a number of our ladies prepared and set off to the English Senior Matchplay Championship at Enville Golf Club in the Midlands.
The 36 hole stroke play qualifying stage saw Julie Wheeldon finish in a brilliant 5th place and also Karen Jobling and Heather Staniforth finishing in the top 32 and progressed to the matchplay stage. Karen won her way to the quarter final where she unfortunately lost to the eventual winner Caroline Berry from Cheshire. Well done to all our players, a great achievement in a strong national entry.  Congratulations to Caroline one of our Northern friends. 



 CONGRATULATIONS
to
Karen Jobling
Richmond (N Yorks) GC
2019 YVLGA Champion


Karen Jobling, YVLGA Champion & Sandra Paul, YVLGA Captain


 

Following 2014 AGM - YVLGA will not join CONGU in 2020
(The decision will not be reviewed again unless there is a written request from the membership)

                                                      

Annual Membership
is now open to new

members with a handicap up to 35!


 

                     
                     

          

         

  

                         
       

  
       

       
 



 Recording of Non-Qualifying Scores from England Golf (Download here)

From January 1st 2017 England Golf requires players to return all scores in competetive golf in Non-Qualifying Competitions away from the player's home club.
This applies to all Singles, Am-Am and 4BBB competitions.
Each Club should have put a process in place for the recording of this information.
It is the player's responsibility to do this and the information to be recorded as follows:
* Date of competition
* Format (inc H'cap Allowance)
*Venue/Course
*Tees Used
*SSS of course
*Names of playing partners ( if a team/pairs event)
*Score returned

Failure to do this could result in loss, or suspension, of handicap under clause 24.1