Upcoming Events

All womens competitions can be entered online via Golf Genius. Click title above or here to see the competitions page for list of upcoming competitions.

team match results

Latest Results

wdt_ID Date Home Team Result Away Team Venue
2 09/07/2024 Women's County Week 1-4 Surrey North Hants GC
3 10/07/2024 Women's County Week 2-3 Hampshire North Hants GC
4 06/08/2024 Challenge Team - Stovold Trophy Canterbury GC
5 12/08/2024 Girl's County Week Crews Hill GC
6 13/08/2024 Girl's County Week Crews Hill GC
7 14/08/2024 Girl's County Week Crews Hill GC
10 08/07/2024 Women's County Week ½-4½ Sussex North Hants GC
13 08/07/2024 Women's County Week 3-2 Kent North Hants GC

Scoring

One Game Point shall be scored for each individual win or walkover whether in foursomes or singles. Individual games all square after 18 holes shall score half a Game Point.

Each county shall score two Match Points for a win and one Match Point for a match halved with another county.

The winning county shall be the county with the highest number of “Match Points‟. In the event of a tie on “Match Points‟, the result will be determined by the total “Game Points‟ won. If still tied, the result will be determined by the result of the match between the tied counties. If still tied, the results of individual matches between the two counties will be used in the following order until one county is ahead: 1st singles match; 2nd singles match; 3rd singles match; 1st foursomes match; 2nd foursomes match. Should there still not be a clear winner the result shall be decided by lot.

Womens News

Middlesex Pearson Finals

Middlesex Pearson Finals

20/06/2024
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Middlesex Pearson Finals

The Middlesex Pearson Finals were contested by Finchley Golf Club vs Hampstead Golf Club and Grims Dyke Golf Club vs Muswell Hill Golf Club. The morning semi-finals were very tight

Womens Pearson Finals

Womens Pearson Finals

17/06/2024
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Womens Pearson Finals

Wednesday 19th June, Stanmore Golf Club

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 2024

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 2024

10/06/2024
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COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS 2024

Jack Neill of Ealing Golf Club and Lucy Handley from Pinner Hill Golf Club are the County Champions for 2024.

County Championship Entries Close this week – Act NOW

County Championship Entries Close this week – Act NOW

29/05/2024
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County Championship Entries Close this week – Act NOW

The 2024 Middlesex County Championships are upon us, with just days to enter (deadline is 31st May to be played at Sudbury GC from the 7th - 9th June) This truly

Second Game of the season for the Senior Women Vs Champions Kent at Muswell Hill

Second Game of the season for the Senior Women Vs Champions Kent at Muswell Hill

28/05/2024
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Second Game of the season for the Senior Women Vs Champions Kent at Muswell Hill

Match report by: Ines HellmayrSenior Women's Match - Venue Muswell Hill GC Vs Kent Friday 24th May 2024The second match of the season took place at Muswell Hill against the reigning

WOMENS SPRING MEETING RESULTS

WOMENS SPRING MEETING RESULTS

24/04/2024
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WOMENS SPRING MEETING RESULTS

Bush Hill Park GC hosted the Womens Spring Meeting on a chilly April day. The course was in great shape but the rough was lush and tricky due to the

Club Opens from Across our County

Club Opens from Across our County

14/02/2024
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Club Opens from Across our County

Have you checked them out and booked yours yet Do you LOVE 💕 to play in Middlesex Events or Club Opens in Middlesex?They can be great days out with the

Centenary Golf Event Announced

Centenary Golf Event Announced

05/02/2024
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Centenary Golf Event Announced

Be part of the 2024 Celebrations and enter today our Centenary Golf Day 💯🏌️‍♀️🏌️‍♂️ 16th April, 4 Ball event - make up your own teams for a Shot Gun Start event

Middlesex AGM Announcement

Middlesex AGM Announcement

24/01/2024
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Middlesex AGM Announcement

   The Middlesex Golf AGM is at Sudbury Golf Club, on Tues 6th February beginning promptly at 7:30pm.  Light snacks and refreshments will be provided for all attendees. The Agenda has been sent

Women’s 1st Team assemble for Winter Training

Women’s 1st Team assemble for Winter Training

23/01/2024
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Women’s 1st Team assemble for Winter Training

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Training for 2024 Has started

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11/01/2024
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Training for 2024 Has started

The weather maybe poor out there, but coaching is up and running

Have you planned your Austrailan Spoons for 2024

Have you planned your Austrailan Spoons for 2024

21/11/2023
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Have you planned your Austrailan Spoons for 2024

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Middlesex hold it’s 3rd Annual Women in Golf Forum

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19/10/2023
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Middlesex hold it’s 3rd Annual Women in Golf Forum

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order of merit 2024

The OOM is under review for 2024.

In the past the Middlesex Women’s Order of Merit  consisted of Club Stroke Play events and the County Championship. 

Points in these competitions were awarded to competitors who are home members from an affiliated Middlesex club in each event.

In order to be eligible for the prizes, competitors had to  play in a minimum of two of the four events, and at least one scratch cup must be at a club other than their home club.  

 

  • The top 3 competitors in the Order of Merit will all receive a voucher.
  • 1st Prize – £250
    2nd Prize – £125
    3rd Prize – £75

  • The top 3 competitors will also receive free entry and a bye into the round-of-32 in the following year’s Gowland Salver.

Women's Meet Competitions

The competition for the Laidlay Shield takes place over the Women’s Spring Meeting and the 1st round of the Women’s County Championship.

Clubs affiliated to the County may nominate teams of no fewer than five and no more than seven players. The Laidlay Shield is a team aggregate Stableford competition, played off handicap allowance, with the four best competitor’s scores counting.

Players may be nominated irrespective of handicaps. The full T&Cs are available  HERE. Entries should be emailed to the County Secretary at secretary@middlesexgolf.co.uk

Closing date – Sunday 14th April 2024

wdt_ID Year Champion Club
2 2023
3 2022 Ruth Holmes  Muswell Hill
4 2021 Carolyn Matthews Sudbury
5 2020 Not Played
6 2019 Cheng Loo Pinner Hill
7 2018 Arlene Bailey North Middlesex
8 2017 Vivan Gray Pinner Hill
9 2016 Louise Tulip Muswell Hill
10 2015 Triveni Narayanswamy Pinner Hill
11 2014 Joyce Howard Grim’s Dyke
12 2013 Pat Rex Hendon
13 2012 Cari Gayle Ealing
14 2011 Vicki Stone Hendon
15 2010 Trisha Green Haster Hill
16 2009 Penny Blower Hendon
17 2008 Jo Burke Hendon
28 2007 Wendy Hutchinson Ealing
29 2006 Evelyn Lyons Highgate
30 2005 Trish Harrington Finchley
31 2004 Wendy Hutchinson Ealing
32 2003 Wendy Goodman Bush Hill Park
33 2002 Trish Green Grim’s Dyke
34 2001  Heather Anderson Sudury
35 2000  Kathleen Forrest Haste Hill
36 1999 Mrs M Warren
Champion

Isette Pearson was born in 1861 and was the mother of Surrey Ladies Golf Club and L.G.U.

She moved with her family to Putney in 1879. She joined Barnes Golf Club thus beginning her association with Surrey Golf.  She moved to Wimbledon Golf Club and under her influence, the L.G.U. was established in May 1893. Isette Pearson was President of Surrey Ladies Golf Club from 1900-1912.

Miss Pearson was a confirmed spinster, but she set the rumour mongers gossiping in the roaring twenties by marrying twice when she was well into her fifties.

It was proposed that Surrey should hold a Championship played over two days to determine Surrey’s Premier Golfer, Miss Pearson donated a trophy for this event, the Pearson Challenge Cup, but Isette Pearson did not agree with the proposed format. Some felt it should be a scratch event and others thought it would be a handicap event, it was made clear by Miss Pearson that she thought the cup should accommodate all golfers.

She suggested that five or seven players played for The Pearson Challenge Cup, from each club affiliated to Surrey played against each other in league competition. A format was worked out and by 1910 Middlesex, Hertfordshire and Kent were included.
The rules were tweaked over the years and the format became a team of seven players of handicaps between 15 – 32 from each club playing home and away. The Pearson Trophy was born.

In 2007/8 the format was changed to handicaps 13-32 and matches played off full handicap difference.

wdt_ID Year Club
5 2023 Wyke Green 
6 2022 Wyke Green 
7 2022
8 2021 Pinner Hill
9 2020 Not played – Covid
10 2019 Pinner Hill
11 2018 Pinner Hill
12 2017 Pinner Hill
13 2016 Ealing
14 2015 Pinner Hill
15 2014 Ealing
16 2013 Muswell Hill
17 2012 Ealing
28 2011 Muswell Hill 
29 2010 Ealing
30 2009 Hendon
31 2008 Ealing
32 2007 Ealing
33 2006 Muswell Hill
34 2005 Ealing
35 2004 Northwood
36 2003 Bush Hill Park
37 2002 Hendon
38 2001 Sudbury
39 2000 Muswell Hill

Best Net of all Divisional Spring Meetings

wdt_ID Year Champion Club
2 2023
3 2022
4 2021
5 2020
6 2019
7 2018
8 2017
9 2016 Louise Tulip Muswell Hill
10 2015 Triveni Narayanswamy  Pinner Hill
11 2014 Janice Barnett Mill Hill
12 2013 Nicola Grover Sudbury
13 2012 Carol Masters Pinner Hill
14 2011 Josie Gregory Stanmore
15 2010 Margaret Schwitzer  Hendon
16 2009 Pat Turner Bush Hill Park
17 2008 Sarah Marley Hendon
28 2007 Sian Kelly Wyke Green
29 2006 Beverley McCormack Ealing
30 2005 Pam Risk Ealing
31 2004 Wendy Hutchinson Eaing
32 2003 Claire Hawthorn North Middlesx
33 2002 Janet Brown North Middlesex
34 2001 Heather Anderson Sudbury
35 2000 Judith Pederson Muswel Hill
36 1999 J Hoarton Enfield
Champion

Bangham Salver, Div 3 & Kitzinger Cup, Div 4

wdt_ID Year Winners
5 2023
6 2022 Orla Harrell (PinnerHill )  – Bangham & Kitziner
8 2021 Tina Wilkinson (Muswell Hill) -Bangham Jackie Brown (Pinner Hill) – Kitzinger
9 2020 Not Played
10 2019 Eileen Diviney (Ealing)- Bangham
11 2018 Fiona Cullen (Muswell Hill) -Bangham Mrs N Lynch – Kitzinger
12 2017 Mrs N Bowman – Kitzinger
13 2016 Meta Kelly (Mill Hill) – Bangham Josiane Cooper (Enfield) – Kitzinger
14 2015 Eta O’Brian (Muswell Hill) – Bangham Patricia Farag (Enfield) – Kitzinger
15 2014 Eileen Diviney (Ealing) – Bangham Rajesheree Patel (Ealing) – Kitzinger
16 2013 Noreen Sullivan (Muswell Hill) – Bangham Maria Battye (Pinner Hill) – Kitziner
17 2012 Bernadette Barber (Ealing) – Bangham Sarah Stevens (Pinner Hill) – Kitzinger
28 2011 Freda Capitelli (Haste Hill) – Bangham Maureen Coates (Bush Hill Park) – Kitzinger
29 2010 Jo Lunham (Hendon) – Bangham Margaret Schwitzer (Hendon) – Kitzinger
30 2009 Jane Grabiner (Highgate) – Bangham Pat Turner (Bush Hill Park) – Kitzinger
31 2008 Rachel Rooker (Northwood) – Bangham Eileen Diviney (Ealing) – Kitzinger
32 2007 Carol Masters (Hillingdon) – Bangham Val Shaw (Pinner Hill) – Kitzinger
33 2006 Jayne Brd (Muswell Hill) – Bangham Sue McDermott (Grim’s Dyke) – Kitzinger
34 2005 Pam Risk (Ealing) – Bangham Jo Morris (Hampstead) – Kitzinger
35 2004 Janet Brown (North Middlesex) – Bangham Jackie Gee (Hampstead) – Kitzinger
36 2003 Margaret McGowan (Muswell Hill) – Bangham Elizabeth Bates (Hillingdon) – Kitzinger
37 2002 M Montague (Enfield) – Bangham Janet Brown (North Middlesex) – Kitzinger
38 2001 Janet Sheppard (Wyke Green) – Bangham Cynthia Younis (North Middlesex (Kitzinger)
39 2000 Carolyn Stone (Harrow School) – Bangham Maureen Warren (Elstree) – Kitzinger
40 1999 McKinlay (West Middlesex)- Bangham Sheila Bright (Stanmore) – Kitzinger

Hume Goblets

wdt_ID Year Winners
5 2023
6 2022
8 2021
9 2020
10 2019
11 2018
12 2017
13 2016 Mary Carney & Rosemary MacNamara (Ealing)
14 2015 Alison Hagger & Jude Fersrao (Ealing)
15 2014 Margaret Abbott and Eileen Diviney (Ealing)
16 2013 Pattie Barrett (Pinner Hill) & Christine Phillips (Wyke Green)
17 2012 Pattie Barrett (Ealing) & Christine Gerson (St. George’s Hill)
28 2011 Liz Foster & Rosemary Rawlinson (Northwood)
29 2010 Mary Wilson (Crews Hill) & Pattie Barrett (Pinner Hill)
30 2009 Avril Munro & Joane Keane (Hendon)
31 2008 Ewha Lambert & Bunny Kennedy (Sudbury)
32 2007 Sue Katz & Maureen Murphy (Haste Hil)
33 2006 Diane Brown & Philomena Maynard
34 2005 Pat Rex & Sabina Gavin (Hendon)
35 2004 Evelyn Simpson & Molly Meacher
36 2003 Jane Andrews & Ann Callwood
37 2002 Annie Littleton & Joan Wells
38 2001 June Ludlam & Audrey Eustance
39 2000 R Cope & A Lain
40 1999 P Andrews & S Webb

Trophy Events

Isette Pearson was born in 1861 and was the mother of Surrey Ladies Golf Club and L.G.U.
She moved with her family to Putney in 1879. She joined Barnes Golf Club thus beginning her association with Surrey Golf.  She moved to Wimbledon Golf Club and under her influence, the L.G.U. was established in May 1893. Isette Pearson was President of Surrey Ladies Golf Club from 1900-1912.

Miss Pearson was a confirmed spinster, but she set the rumour mongers gossiping in the roaring twenties by marrying twice when she was well into her fifties.

It was proposed that Surrey should hold a Championship played over two days to determine Surrey’s Premier Golfer, Miss Pearson donated a trophy for this event, the Pearson Challenge Cup, but Isette Pearson did not agree with the proposed format. Some felt it should be a scratch event and others thought it would be a handicap event, it was made clear by Miss Pearson that she thought the cup should accommodate all golfers.

She suggested that five or seven players played for The Pearson Challenge Cup, from each club affiliated to Surrey played against each other in league competition. A format was worked out and by 1910 Middlesex, Hertfordshire and Kent were included.
The rules were tweaked over the years and the format became a team of seven players of handicaps between 15 – 32 from each club playing home and away. The Pearson Trophy was born.

In 2007/8 the format was changed to handicaps 13-32 and matches played off full handicap difference.

Group 1

wdt_ID Team P W L Games Won Games Lost Points
2 Pinner Hill 4 1 3 9 19 2
3 Ealing 5 2 3 20 15 4
4 Hampstead 4 3 1 19 9 6
5 Stanmore 5 3 2 15 20 6
32

Group 2

wdt_ID Team P W L Games Won Games Lost Points
2 Finchley 4 3 1 17 11 6
3 Wyke Green 5 1 4 13 22 2
4 Sudbury 5 2 3 17 18 4
5 Bush Hill Park 4 3 1 16 12 6

Group 3

wdt_ID Team P W L Games Won Games Lost Points
2 Enfield 5 3 2 15 20 4
3 Hendon 4 2 2 15 13 4
4 GrimsDyke 4 3 1 16 12 6
5 Highgate 5 2 3 17 18 4

Group 4

wdt_ID Team P W L Games Won Games Lost Points
2 Muswell Hill 5 3 2 19 16 6
3 Northwood 3 1 2 9 12 2
4 North Middlesex 4 2 2 17 11 4
5 Mill Hill 6 3 3 18 24 6

 

For sign up please copy and paste this link into your web browser https://www.golfgenius.com/ggid/scgvkd

 

wdt_ID Year Club
5 2023 TBA
6 2022 Pinner Hill
7 2021 Stanmore
8 2020 Not played
9 2019
10 2018
11 2017
12 2016 Highgate
13 2015 Highgate
14 2014 Highgate
15 2013 Bush Hill Park
16 2012 Bush Hill Park
17 2011 Stanmore
28 2010 Finchley
29 2009 Finchley
30 2008 Haste Hill
31 2007 Highgate
32 2006 Ealing
33 2005 Finchley
34 2004 Highgate
35 2003 Northw
36 2002 Hampstead
37 2001 Muswell Hill
38 2000 Bush Hill Park

The MacKenzie Salver and Rita Evans Salver are the annual awards for the most reduced handicap, with the adult winner will receive the Mackenzie Salver and the junior winner will receive the Rita Evans Salver. 

In order to qualify:

  • The player must begin the year with a handicap index of 36.4 or less
  • The player must begin the year with a ‘full’ handicap (i.e. 20 or more scores)
  • The player must not receive any handicap reductions from the competition committee over the period the competition runs

The County will review all handicap reductions via the WHS Platform from 1st January to 30th October and will announce the winner and present the trophies at the Middlesex Golf Annual General Meeting each February.

The most reduced handicaps for each club in Middlesex are shown in the table below. This year, the winners are …

2022 MacKenzie Salver Winner – Phillipa Stein (Finchley GC)

2022 Rita Evans Salver Winner – Izzy Codling (Enfield GC)

wdt_ID Club Most Reduced Woman Reduction Most Reduced Girl Reduction
5 Brent Valley GC Paula Radford -10.7
6 Bush Hill Park GC Cela Selley -5.8
7 Crews Hill GC Mary Kielty -5.8
8 Ealing GC Tracy Pearcy -4.2
9 Enfield GC Jackie Smith -2.1 Izzy Codling -9.9
10 Finchley GC Phillipa Stein -10.9
11 Grim’s Dyke GC Allison Moody -4.5
12 Hampstead GC Jane Christian -0.9
13 Harefield Place GC N/A 0.0
14 Harrow School GC Ruth Smith -1.3
15 Haste Hill GC Elizabeth Carol -3.2
16 Hendon GC Joy Ahluwalia -2.3
17 Highgate GC Cherry Kennard -4.2
28 Hillingdon GC N/A 0.0
29 Leaside GC N/A 0.0
30 Mill Hill GC Motoko Kawahira -6.3
31 Muswell Hill GC Ivy Neary -5.8
32 North Middlesex GC Michelle Bassani -7.7
33 Northwood GC Anita John -4.0
34 Perivale Park GC N/A 0.0
35 Pinner Hill GC Jacky Brown -4.8
36 Stanmore GC Marian Hill -5.8 Erica Wang -1.3
37 Stockley Park GC N/A 0.0
38 Sudbury GC Melissa Randal -4.7
39 West London GC N/A 0.0
Most Reduced Woman Reduction Most Reduced Girl Reduction

Women's County Championship

wdt_ID Year Champion Club
11 2007 Lulu Housman Highgate
12 2008 Tara Watters Muswell Hill
13 2009 Tara Watters Muswell Hill
14 2010 Lulu Housman Highgate
15 2011 Tara Watters Muswell Hill
16 2012 Tara Watters Muswell Hill
17 2013 Jane Rees Hendon
18 2014 Nicola Foster Pinner Hill
19 2015 Tara Watters Muswell Hill
20 2016 Priyanka Parmar Hendon
21 2017 Gemma Allman Stanmore
22 2018 Lulu Housman Ealing
23 2019 Priyanka Parmar Pinner Hill
24 2020 Julia Kerrigan Hendon
25 2021 Gemma Allman Stanmore
26 2022 Saskia Owen Wyke Green
27 2023 Julia Kerrigan Hendon
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Team Contacts

Women's 1st Team

The Women’s 1st Team provides the highest level of competitive County Golf for women in Middlesex.

Women's 2nd Team

The Women’s 2nd Team plays a very important part in Middlesex. The team provides a route through which talented players can progress to represent the County at 1st Team level, whilst providing a fun and competitive outlet for women.

Philosophy

The Middlesex Teams & Coaching Committee created the following philosophy to ensure a  supportive and outstanding service is consistently delivered to the County’s elite players.  

“ Middlesex Golf Teams & Coaching pledge to accommodate all interested golfers and of the ability to represent the County, according to the standards set out by the committee. 

Whatever your reason for playing the game, we will foster that passion and encourage you to play and love the game in your own unique way. If you aspire to be one of the greatest that has ever played the game, we want to facilitate your path to the top. If playing County golf is your goal, we want to help you taste success along the way. Regardless of what your goals in the game are, we want every golfer that has been selected by the County to be able to say that they have learned lessons that are not only applicable to golf but also life.” 

We commit to offering all County Players something at the County level that players cannot obtain at the club level.

Teams and Coaching Committee

  1. Lee Patterson – Director
  2. Neil Jennings – Men’s 1st Team Manager
  3. Nick Clarke – Men’s Senior Team Manager
  4. Alan Megson – Boy’s U18 Team Manager
  5. Irvine Walker – Boy’s U16 Team Manager
  6. Matt Jakobsson – Boy’s U14 Team Manager
  7. Ines Hellmayr & Corine Moy – Women’s Senior League
  8. Vacancy 🙁 – Women’s 1st Team Manager
  9. Rose-Marie Casas – Women’s 2nd Team Manager
  10. Di Williams – Girls’ U18 Team Manager
  11. Emily Perry – County Coach

Winter Training

After the playing season has ended, players have the opportunity to be selected for Women’s Winter Training. Potential Women’s 1st Team players will combine with potential Women’s 2nd team players and they will all benefit from ‘away days’ together during the winter and other experiences that the County will provide. As well as providing a fun social atmosphere, this gives the Team Managers the opportunity to monitor all potential players and see who is performing well and improving before a decision is made about which players should go into the 1st and 2nd Team Squad in spring. The criteria for selection for Winter Training are: 

  • The player must have their Home Club in Middlesex
  • The player’s WAGR Ranking 
  • The player’s performances in National events (English Women’s Amateur Championship, etc.)
  • The player’s performances in County events (Women’s County Championship, etc)
  • Typically, a Handicap Index of 9.4 or better

A more detailed Selection Criteria Document can be viewed HERE.

The overall aim of Winter Training is to improve upon the already considerable abilities of the high-performance players and assist them towards excelling in national amateur golf while representing Middlesex. Players who are selected will be invited to join the squad in late 2020. They will be provided with a schedule of events for the next 12 months, a Welcome Pack and some information about what will be expected of them.

Summer Squad & Inter-County Golf

A squad of 10-12 players that will make up the Women’s 1st Team will be selected after Winter Training has finished and before the playing season begins. Generally, the criteria for selection are:

  • Players’ commitment to and performance in tournaments, in particular, the Women’s County Championship 

  • Players’ commitment to and performance in Winter Training

  • Players’ commitment to and performance in County matches

Additionally,  at the manager’s discretion, a player may be considered for selection to the squad if they possess the following abilities:

  • A single-figure handicap golfer who is performing and playing to their handicap or near to it.
  • A player who has a Handicap Index of 9, 10, and even 11 handicap but who are improving and on the way down in their handicap.
  • Juniors who are improving and have potential.

Teams that play matches and County Week will be selected on the basis of Manager’s knowledge of who the strongest players available are for the event.

Usually, two friendly practice matches are arranged earlier in the season to prepare for County Week. 

County Week

The most important event for the Middlesex Women’s 1st team is what is traditionally called ‘County Week’, however in 2020, this event changed to a four-day event., and in 2021, for the first time, County Week was played from Sunday to Wednesday, with Sunday being the practice day.

The format of the event is 3 x singles & 2 x foursome matches in each session.   Each County has four sessions to play and a rest session will be allocated to each County.  The event is usually played mid-end of June each year. 

Scoring

One Game Point shall be scored for each individual win or walkover whether in foursomes or singles. Individual games all square after 18 holes shall score half a Game Point.

Each county shall score two Match Points for a win and one Match Point for a match halved with another county.

The winning county shall be the county with the highest number of “Match Points‟. In the event of a tie on “Match Points‟, the result will be determined by the total “Game Points‟ won. If still tied, the result will be determined by the result of the match between the tied counties. If still tied, the results of individual matches between the two counties will be used in the following order until one county is ahead: 1st singles match; 2nd singles match; 3rd singles match; 1st foursomes match; 2nd foursomes match. Should there still not be a clear winner the result shall be decided by lot.

Monday to Wednesday, 8-10th July at North Hants  GC, Hampshire

You can follow  LIVE SCORING UPDATES, via social media, on the Hampshire website and on our NEWS section.

3 x singles + 2 x foursomes over 3 days: Monday – Wednesday

Womens History

Although Middlesex is now a merged county, up until  2018 the Women’s section was run separately.  There are some beautiful old files at County HQ that we have decided to put up online – to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy some of the County’s history.

 

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association Team Photos 1957 – 1987 – See 
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association Team Photos 1987 – 2010 – See 
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association Captain’s Match Book 1957 – 1980 – See
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association Captain’s Match Book 1981 – 2003 – See
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association First Team Match Book 2004 – 2014 – See
HERE

 

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association – Results Book 1948-1955 – See
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association – Results Book cont.. 1956-1964 – See 
HERE

Middlesex Ladies County Golf Association – Results Book cont.. 1964-1980 – See 

HERE

LADIES GOLF IN MIDDLESEX 1902-2002

This wonderful book, compiled by Jennifer Winn of Highgate GC, provides a biography of all the clubs in Middlesex, as well as  a brief history of  Middlesex Ladies Golf, its competitions and details of some of the County’s most celebrated female players over the years.

We are grateful to Jennifer for sharing it with us – please take a look

HERE