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SOCIETY UNIFORM

 

We now have logoed burgundy jumpers and white polo shirts available for purchase for matches. Also limited old stock at bargain prices.

 

Please contact Gill Redman,

Vice Captain.

 

Email:

gillredman232@btinternet.com

 

Telephone: 01494 863935

 

We wear navy trousers/cut-offs/ shorts/skorts.

 

Meetings at a Glance

 

AGM 21st February

Spring Meeting 22nd March

Meeting with BPCGS 1st June

Summer Meeting 20th June

Autumn Meeting 26th September

 

 

2018 Downloads

 

Click on the link below to download document in Word format or as a pdf.

Established 1983

 

Spring Meeting winners

See Meetings page for full results

WELCOME TO BUCKINGHAMSHIRE LADY CAPTAINS' GOLFING SOCIETY

 

The Society was formed in 1983 for ladies who have been Ladies' Captains of a Buckinghamshire golf club. There were 29 founding members and the Society now boasts a membership of just over 200 past Ladies' Captains.

 

There are 3 open meetings each year and four matches with other counties. Additionally, each year there is a 4BBB competition played with the Buckinghamshire Past Captains and this is a highly enjoyable experience played in good spirit.

 

The Captain of the Society nominates a charity during her tenure and all proceeds from raffles are donated to her chosen charity. The Captain of the Golf Society is Carol Isaac of Beaconsfield and her charity is Thames Valley Air Ambulance. See below for more information about this very worthy charity.

 

 

 

We provide life-saving medical care across Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

Each day, an average of three people will find themselves in a life-threatening situation that requires urgent, high-quality medical treatment.

 

With your help our experienced air ambulance medic crew, led by a highly qualified doctor, can

be there within minutes ready to deliver the same level of care that would otherwise only be found in the hospital emergency department.

 

It costs £2.2million to keep us flying each year. We receive no Government funding and are not supported by the National Lottery.

 

Your support will help keep us flying 365 days a year, able to deliver our unique life-saving service to patients where and when it is most needed!