A less than enthusiastic group of ladies gathered at Royal Ashdown Forest on Friday to celebrate International Women’s Day.  Many hadn’t even picked up a golf club this year due to the unseasonably cold weather which has forced the club to be closed for many days first with rain, then frost and latterly snow.  Cajoled into playing, despite the very very wet and muddy course, 10 ladies had to carry their 3 clubs and a putter; armed with the free bonus of a kick, a throw and a mulligan each, in a Greensomes Stableford Competition.  Lots of fun and laughter was had by the group, and the monies raised (£91) was put towards the Lady Captain’s Charity, Blind Veterans UK.

Thank you to Royal Ashdown Forest ladies for supporting this initiative!

 

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