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2017

Ladies Golf


 

Tuesday nights 5.30pm and Friday Nights

6.30pm

Never played, no clubs, no idea but would love to see what happens at the golf club. Come along, bring a friend, have a cuppa, a chat and see what its all about.

We would love to see you.

 

Kirkwall Ladies Visit

On Saturday 2nd April, 19 kirkwall ladies made their way across the barriers to the Hope course to get the lazy Hope ladies out of hibernation. The Hope girls were not to be beat,they laid on perfect weather conditions, almost tropical sunshine for the round of golf.

After a most enjoyable game of golf, everyone tucked into soup,sandwiches and puddings in the club shed.

A huge thanks to everyone who helped make the day most enjoyable and a special thanks to Kirkwall ladies for making the journey.

 

 

 

 

Ladies Putting Competition

On a beautiful summers evening, Fri 26th August the ladies held their annual putting competition. It was good to see two new ladies and enjoying the putting, the winner of the night was one of our new golfers of 2016 Linda Tait, 2nd Liz Pirie and 3rd Lynn Shearer.

Alex Rosie presented Linda with her prize. The night was rounded off with fish and chips provided  by our local chippyn Peter and Tracey Hasson washed down with some wine.

Thanks to Geoff for his photography skills and hope to see Lynn and Suki back on the golf course.

 

Murray Arms Ladies Open

On Saturday 2nd July 2016, the South Ronaldsay ladies held their 2nd ladies open. The sun shone bright, specially ordered for the Kirkwall and Stromness ladies who travelled through to the Hope to make the numbers to 37. We almost only had 36 as our Vice Captain Lynn Shearer forgot to enter, but after much deliberation we decided to let her play.

At one stage of the day l had to look twice as l thought my husband had lost quite a bit of weight, but no it was Ida Seatter (wearing a pair of bright checked trousers like his) running through the course dodging golf balls to catch Anne Spence for the keys of her car where she had left her shoes.

The winner of the Murray Arms trophy with a net 66 (19) Shona Slater, runner up with 72(25) Linda Milne and in 3rd place with 75(21) Liz Drever on back nine and 4th with 75 Ann Sinclair

The clubs gross trophy went to Shona Croy with a 78(5) runner up with 88(12) Lynn Slater and 3rd with 91 (13) Audrey Poke.

Nearest the pin in two on the 9th 0-20 handicap Sandra Shearer and 21-36 handicap Carol Hartmann.

Nearest the pin on hole 15 Barbara Foulkes. The CSS was 67.  Shona Slater recorded a two on hole two and Sandra Shearer and Lynn Slater both had twos on hole 14.

With all the ladies finished playing golf, they headed to the Murray Arms where they relaxed and enjoyed a delicious meal, they then dashed outside to watch the fancy dress floats before they continued with the presentation of trophys handed over by Gina.

Thanks must go to our greenkeeper Ben and his helpers for the excellent condition of the course. Benny, Billy, Derek, Keith and Neil for their hospitality skills making sure all the ladies were looked after, everyone who donated raffles, Gina and all the staff at Murrays. Not forgetting Lynn, Liz and Jacqueline for their continued support. Special thanks to the young piper we hijacked who played us a couple of tunes. VW 

 

 

 

 

Captains Prize

On Sunday 19th June the ladies held their annual captains prize, it was a bright blustery morning, but this did not deter the hardy women. The winner of the competition went to Sheila Hourston on nett 40, second equal on 51 Liz Pirie and Lynn Shearer and third on 52 Violet Ward. The ladies then headed to Robertsons for a superb lunch and homebakes, where they hijacked Anne to be their photographer. Thanks to everyone who attended.

 

 

Liz and Violets tee off on hole four, white ball Liz and pink Violets

 

 

 

Final Fling

The ladies held their final fling on Saturday 10th October 2015, unfortunately the course was closed, but reopened for the ladies (because they rule). The weather was perfect, although under feet it was a bit wet for this 9 hole competition.

The trophy for the final fling was designed, made and donated by Kylie Pirie. The winner of this superb trophy was Lynn Shearer with nett 39, 2nd was Liz Pirie with 48 and 3rd equall on 49 was Lyndia Birss and Violet Ward.

In the non handicap section 1st Jacqueline Rosie, 2nd Betty Laird.

On hole one, the longest putt was Liz Pirie (hope no one was videoing the measuring).

On hole nine, nearest the pin in 2 was Violet Ward, and in 3 was Jacqueline Rosie.

The ladies then headed for the Sands where they enjoyed a delicious meal and had a most enjoyable evening.

I would like to thank Kylie for the trophy, Liz for the other prizes, the Sands for their hospitality and special thanks to our personal taxi driver Gary.

Also to Anne and Kate who were absent on Saturday, but their donations went down a treat, thanks we had a great day.

As it is the end of another season, challenging as it has been, l would like to take this opportunity and thank everyone who helped make the ladies section a success this year.

Thank you all very much Violet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladies Putting Competition

The Hup ladies held their annual putting competition on Friday 28th August, with torrential rain at 5.30pm it was debatable if this would go ahead. Yes, out came five hardy women, not sure if it was the putting or the chippy supper that brought them out, never the less they had a good night. The winner was Lynn Shearer with 45 and in joint second place both with 47 was Anne Seatter and Liz Pirie. There were three ladies with holes in one, with only one bottle of wine for the prize we throw the cork away and shared it out.

Alex Rosie presented Lynn with her prize and we all enjoyed our chippy supper supplied by Peter and Tracey Hasson washed down with a glass of wine, followed with chocolates courtesy of Peter and Tracey. Thanks once again.

 

 

 

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Ladies Captains Prize
 
The ladies captains prize was played on Sunday 19th July after being postponed from June, the weather was better, but still wet. This did not dampen the ladies spirits, after all the Hup lasses are getting used to wet conditions.
The winner of the trophy donated by the ladies captain was Yvonne Widdall, 2nd Violet Ward, 3rd Liz Pirie and 4th Jacqueline Rosie.
After the presentation the ladies made their way to Hoxa Tearooms where they enjoyed a scrumptious lunch, especially the strawberry and fresh cream puffs, washed down with coffee(not wine).
I hope to see you all at our Fun Night on Friday 24th July at 6.30pm

 

 

FIRST HOPE LADIES OPEN
 
It may have taken 10years, but the Hup lasses have achieved their first Ladies Open, taking place on Sunday 5th July, Yeeha
Joining us were ladies from Kirkwall and Stromness with 27 players entered, this dropping to 24 as the competition was postponed to Sunday due to the unusual down pour on Saturday. The weather could not have been better, no wind and the sun shone, although the course was very wet, with some muddy ladies, everyone seemed to have a good time. Christine Harcus may need to look for some L plates for her trolley after running into Shona Slater all for sake of washing her ball.
 
The winner of the competition receiving the net trophy donated by Murray Arms was Shona Croy on a net 70(5).
The gross trophy donated by the club went to Sheila Hourston with a gross 90(16)
The course scratch was 67
Prize list; 1st net Shona Croy70(5)  2nd net Audrey Poke78(14)  3rd net April Slater 78(25) and on 4th after countback Lorraine Work 81(19)
1st gross Sheila Hourston 90(16)  2nd gross Lynn Slater91(12)  3rd gross Lynn Shearer 95(13)
There were also special prizes on the 6th and 18th.
Nearest the pin in one hole 6 (0-20)Shona Croy (21-36) Eleanor MacDonald.
Nearest the pin in two, hole 18 (0-20) Isla Slater and in three (21-36) Liz Pirie.
 
The ladies then retired to the Bowling Club for food and the presentation. Thanks to Christine and Shona for their kind words.
The green keeping staff for the course, Gary for the computer side of the competition, Benny, Billy, Neil and Jim for all their help the day before and on the day (though Benny forgot his camera) thankfully Liz Drever had hers.
A special thanks to the Bowling Club for their premises, Peter and Tracey Hasson, Jacqueline, Liz and Anne for coming to my rescue at short notice to provide the food and drinks, also to Heather and Yvonne.
 Not forgetting Lynn and Lynda who have been next to me over the last couple weeks helping arrange our big day.
Thank You All.

Below the prize winners from 1st Open

Back row:Lynn Slater, Liz Pirie, Eleanor MacDonald, Isla Slater, Lynn Shearer, Lorraine Work.

Front row: Audrey Poke, Nett winner Shona Croy, Ladies captain Violet Ward, Gross winner Sheila Hourston, April Slater

 

Winners of the first Hup Ladies Open

 

Fun/Chippy Night

On Friday 12th September, the ladies had there fun/chippy night. We began with a 18 hole putting competition, this being won by Lynn Shearer with 45 followed by Liz, Lynda,Lorna and Violet with 51. There were 2 holes in one by Lynn and 1 from Betty Budge,well done as Betty has just begun playing.

We all returned indoors as we were being eaten alive by midges.

Alex Rosie having donated a trophy for the competition then presented it to Lynn.

We then tucked into a superb chippy supper supplied by Peter and Tracey Hasson, followed by some hilarious antics.

Good night was had by all.

       

 

 

Ladies Captains Prize
Ladies Captains Prize
The ladies captains prize was played on Sunday 6th July. Better weather could not be had as the sun cream was lashed on. This was the first time this ladies competition has taken place at SRGC. It was a close run competition with only 3 strokes separating the joint 2nd place and the winner, Lynn Shearer with joint second going to Liz Pirie and Violet Ward. The presentation took place on the almost tropical 9th green.
The presentation was followed by an excellent meal at the Hoxa tea rooms.
This event was very much enjoyed by all who took part and all the ladies now look forward to their next event.
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Around the 'Hope
Robertsons Coffee Hoose &BarOpened in 2016 this cafe/bar used to be a general merchants store. Serving hot food and snacks its a great place to refuel before or after your round of golf.
The Murray Arms HotelThis boutique style hotel sits in the heart of the village and offer meals, refreshments and accommodation.