Welcome to Lancashire County Senior Ladies' Golf Association




Message from our Captain Carmel Hall

I am truly honoured to be invited to take up the role of the LCSLGA Captain for 2022 and I sincerely thank the past captains for placing their trust in me.

Thanks to Fiona for her leadership and direction provided during a very difficult year with Covid and lockdowns and despite these issues, all events went ahead, along with the Championship and Richardson Trophy matches.

I look forward to playing my part in leading the LCSLGA throughout 2022. I hope that Covid does not impact too much and that all our events can proceed as normal. We have some great courses lined up and I look forward to meeting as many members as possible during the year.

The Silver Championship will take place between 4th-6th May at the Hesketh Golf Club and I hope to welcome a full field to this event. The Richardson Trophy is a key event for our team and is always a challenge and I'm sure we will give our best endeavours to try to win the Trophy in 2022. Our away matches will be at Northumberland and Durham and we will welcome Cumbria, Yorkshire and Cheshire to Hesketh Golf Club.

We are pleased there will be another major Seniors’ competition in the North. The Mere Golf and Country club have kindly agreed to hold the Brenda King Foursomes in 2022. Practice day is Sunday July 24th and the competition itself is Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th of July.

The LCSLGA has a wonderful spirit of friendship, inclusion, competitiveness, support and fun and I will try my best to fulfil these values in all the LCSLGA events and meetings throughout 2022.

All that remains is for me to wish you all a very safe and merry Christmas.

Carmel Hall

Captain

LCSLGA 

 



AGM Information

The 2021 AGM will be held at Pleasington Golf Club on Friday 3rd December at 11.00 am. Agenda
To comply with Covid safety recommendations, we would encourage all members to wear masks if possible. We will arrange the seating so that there is adequate spacing between attendees and also ensure that the room is properly ventilated. 

 

President of NCVLGA 2022-2023

 

Congratulations go to Linda Dorning who has taken over as President of NCVLGA for 2022-23. She is seen here receiving her badge from Ruth Whitehead at Glenbervie GC.

Linda was Captain of LCSLGA in 2010 and our President in 2018-19, this is a great honour for Linda and she is really looking forward to her 2 years in office.

We wish Linda all the best and look forward to seeing her around the Northern Counties.

 

Things to Remember for 2022

1 Please bring up to date proof of handicap.

We accept certificates of your new WHS handicap index which you can print off using your club's website. We also accept proof of your handicap index from your mobile phone, which can be from your club or the Englandgolf app. In future, therefore, please bring the required alternative proofs of your up to date handicap index.

2 Inclement weather.

Please check on the website of the venue to see if there is a telephone number to ring to find out the status of the course on the day of the event. In addition, the Organiser of the event will have sent you, as part of your confirmation, an emergency mobile number to ring on the day.