Dunmurry Lady Captain hosts charity day for Tiny Life

Joyce Hughes (left) with Eileen Marks receiving her prize.
Joyce Hughes (left) with Eileen Marks receiving her prize.

In conjunction with the sponsors Trust Ford, Claire Johnston hosted the Dunmurry Lady Captain’s Charity Golf DaY to raise awareness and support for her charity Tiny Life.

This open event was well supported by members and visitors as over 100 ladies and gents played and raised £855.

Lady Captain Claire Johnston beside one of the Trust Ford cars.

Lady Captain Claire Johnston beside one of the Trust Ford cars.

Claire sent her thanks to Trust Ford for their generous financial support and for the array of spanking new cars parked around the club house.

The worthy winners were:

Ladies

First: Ann McCullough, 32 points

Second: Donna Gillespie, 31 points

Third: Ros Boyce, 31 points

Best Gross: Fionnuala McGrady, 30 points

Men’s Results

First: Conor Joynson, 39 points

Second: Ryan Trimble, 38 points

Third: P Arthurs, 38 points

Dunmurry Ladies Past Captain’s Golf and Dinner

Dunmurry Ladies recently held their annual Past Captain’s golf and dinner.

This is traditionally organised by the immediate past captain, and so Helen Shepherd organised a super day for all.

The Eileen Marks Salver is the prize all the ladies wanted to add our name to, but Joyce Hughes made it her turn with a great score of 20 points over nine holes.

Congratulations to Joyce. All the ladies were delighted that Eileen Marks was able to attend and present her salvor.

This is a very popular social occasion with all the ladies, regardless whether they play golf or not, and they do appreciate the hospitality given by Dunmurry Golf Club.