LADY members at Ross-on-Wye Golf Club took a fourth place finish when they competed in the National Golf Club Challenge, the prestigious Trump Turnberry in Scotland.

The team consisting of Lois Price, Maureen Turner, Leslie Ross, Dinah Johnston and Pat Johnson finished an impressive fourth out of the 25 teams that took part, with some fine golf played in tough and challenging conditions.

The National Golf Club Challenge is organised by the charity, On Course Foundation, who support the recovery of wounded and sick servicemen by building self confidence and self-belief through golf skills and employment events, and set them on the path to meaningful employment opportunities in the golf industry.

Closer to home, the Ladies Autumn Meeting and Josie Powell Cup Round Two was played on October 16, in autumn sunshine.

The Josie Powell Cup was won by Denise Boughey who plays off a six-handicap and scored a combined gross 166 across the spring and autumn meetings.

In the autumn meeting , Denise Boughey had the best gross score of 82 in the Silver Division, with Jenny Eckersley having the best gross score of 99 in the Bronze Division.

Wendy Ancrum won the Bronze Lady for the best stableford in the Handicap Division 30 and upwards, scoring 35 points.

In the Division One Stableford, Lady Captain Katie Greenwood came first with 40 points, Ruth Kirchmeier second with 38 points and Pat Johnson third with 37 points on count-back.

In the Division Two Stableford, Jenny Reeve-Tucker came first with 41 points, Ellie Peake second with 36 points on count-back and Jan Reid third with 36 points.