Schaffarczyk wins Lady President’s Trophy

Lady President Fran Grant presents the trophy to Yvonne Shaffarczyk.
Lady President Fran Grant presents the trophy to Yvonne Shaffarczyk.

Boston Golf Club’s ladies’ section competed for the Lady President’s Trophy.

A field of 45 included eight men and two guests, with the stableford match played in glorious sunshine.

The Overall winner was Yvonne Shaffarczyk with 37 points, winning on a countback. Yvonne also succeeded with the longest drive for bronze.

In Silver Division One, Jean Markham returned a score of 37 points, also winning nearest the pin on the fifth.

The Bronze Division Two was won by Jane Marriott with 35 points and the Bronze Division Three saw Ann Gullick take the prize with 36 points.

Ruth Simpson won nearest pin on the second and nearest in two on the seventh.

Jacquie Short was the only competitor to get a two, also nearest the pin on the 14th.

Gloria Tryner won the nine-hole competition and the best guest prize went to Mary Piper with 27 points.

Winning the men’s prize was Malcolm Hyde with 38 points.

Nearest the line was Anne Sutton and the longest drive for silver went to Julia West.

The ladies travelled to Canwick Park for a friendly mixed match, the away side missing out in all four matches.

The ladies’ team ended their league campaign with a narrow defeat to Belton Woods at home.

The visitors left with a 2.5-1.5 victory, and Boston have been left waiting to discover which division they will be competing in next year.

Last Wednesday the ladies competed in the Nora Royle Trophy, a medal competition.

A small field teed off.

Pam Hyde’s recent purple patch continued as she lifted the trophy with a score of 70 nett.

In second place was Ann Gullick with 75 nett.

Pam is pictured (left) receiving her trophy from Jean Markham on behalf of Lady Captain Hilary Calvert.

Rob Whitley, Neil Timby, Gary Willis and Pete Kelly won the Sunday Waltz competition on Sunday with 95 points.

Runners-up were L. Beeson, D. White, E. Pogson and J. Hidgson with 90 points.