Sandra starts the season on form as Caroline hits an ace

Caroline Watson makes sure to get her hole-in-one down on the scorecard after hitting an ace at the fourth hole at Edenmore Golf Club.
Caroline Watson makes sure to get her hole-in-one down on the scorecard after hitting an ace at the fourth hole at Edenmore Golf Club.

The summer season for the Edenmore Ladies teed off last weekend as they edged their annual friendly against Dunmurry with a win in the final match.

Edenmore’s final pairing of Sandra Boomer and Daryl Jameson kept their cool to secure the final all-important point to keep the trophy at the club for another year. It capped off a great weekend for Sandra, who had won the first individual prize of the summer the day before (see below).

Margaret Robinson (Edenmore Lady Captain), Vivienne Wigton (Edenmore Vice Captain) with Claire Johnston and Helen Shepherd from Dunmurry Golf Club.

Margaret Robinson (Edenmore Lady Captain), Vivienne Wigton (Edenmore Vice Captain) with Claire Johnston and Helen Shepherd from Dunmurry Golf Club.

The Lady Captain, Margaret Robinson gave Lady Captain Claire Johnston from Dunmurry Golf Club and her team a very warm welcome on Sunday afternoon for the match, which was played over 14 holes. The teams consisted of 16 lady members from each club and all enjoyed the mild, sunny afternoon. Edenmore was in good condition and played well for all the ladies.

The standard of golf was excellent from the ladies with all the matches being played in a very friendly spirit.

Edenmore extended a well done to all and thanks to the ladies for a great afternoon of golf and fun. They also wished all golfers from both teams best wishes for a great season.

spring trophy

Meanwhile, the first individual trophy of the season was handed out on Saturday as Sandra Boomer topped the field.

Playing off a nine handicap, Sandra took top spot with 27 points over 14 holes.

Meanwhile, Caroline Watson scored her first hole in one at the fourth hole.

She played a lovely hybrid club at the 125 yard par three. What a great start to Caroline’s golfing season.