"The Glamorgan Ladies County Golf Association Autumn Meet"
The ladies were looked after by the Pontardawe Ladies Captain Pat Jones and her committee and the members, who moved their tee off times to accommodate them. Collette Matthews Twaite and her bar staff looked after the ladies beverage requirements and our head chef Graham Hurren provided them with some of his culinary excellence.
About The Association.
The Association was founded in the early 1900’s and now includes up to 50 Golf Clubs within its membership. All female members of golf clubs within the Glamorgan County boundary are encouraged to join the County Association.The Associationruns a number of competitions throughout the year which are designed for all levels of competitor: detailsofthese can be found in GLCGA’s County Card. In addition,GLCGA runsfirst and second County Teams and supports a very strong junior section.
Glamorgan County History.
Taken from an article published in the South Wales Daily News dated February 13th 1900
The first meeting of Glamorgan Ladies Golf Club was held at Porthcawl to organise county clubs throughout the country. The article went on to say "All golfing ladies are invited to attend the County Club, even if they have little or no chance of playing in the team.
Bryn Meadows Golf Club 78 points - 44 on back 9
Janet Backerley, Christine Anthony, Paula Kearns.
Langland Bay Golf Club 78 points, 43 on back 9
Shirley Isaacs, Jo Llewellyn and Chris Skubala.
Pontardawe Golf Club 76 points
Ann Moses, Anwen Davies and Jo Power.
The winners are pictured with pictured with Jill Joseph, County Captain & Pat Jones, Pontardawe Golf Club Ladies Captain.
Well done to all the Ladies especially to Anne, Anwen & Jo for bring Pontardawe Golf Club home in third place.