Nineteen ladies joined Jackie Fisher, MMGC Lady Captain, at Kenwick Park near Louth for an away break. For some, it was the first time away from home during the pandemic and all safety measures were in place to ensure that everyone had a very enjoyable stay.
Rain interrupted play for some on the first day, but some stalwart teams made it all the way round. Not only was there water from the sky, but plenty to contend with on the course with drives having to be just right to clear the hazards on several holes. The victorious team on the first day included a ghost player who had a marvellous birdie on a Par 3, which helped with the scoring. In first place were Lady Captain Jackie Fisher, Lady Vice Captain Margaret Samways, Dee Hughes and, ghost player, Jane Berry.
Golfing on the second day was a much more pleasant experience, at least in terms of the weather. The winning player was Dee Hughes with 31 points, in second place was Sue Hitchman and third Nancy Denny. Nearest the pin on the 12th was Maureen McCall and the team with all drives on the fairway of the 13th was Elaine Howarth, Sally Hudson and Margaret Smale. The Lady Captain had organised an excellent break and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all.