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Rare win over the ladies of the Berkshire

Our annual fixture against the lady members of the Berkshire - traditionally known as 'the Girls'- is always highly competitive but more often than not ends in defeat for the Society. With courtesy shots conceded - often to single figure handicappers - our record in recent years has been poor but not in 2019! Jon Hardy had gathered a strong team and urged them to get a good night's sleep ahead of the big match. They did not let him down as we took the honours by 4 wins to 2 after 18 holes of St. Andrew's Greensomes. Pride of place to the Doc, Julian Thompson, and Society Chairman Tony Pigott who defeated Cathy Panton-Lewis, 14 times winner on the Ladies European Tour, and the Berkshire's match captain, Lady Lucinda Dashwood. A win over Cathy is a rare animal indeed!

The hospitality was, as always, fantastic as was the company and the rain stayed away all day. It was, once again, a magnificent day!


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