LATEST MESSAGE FROM IWLGA CAPTAIN MRS. JUDY RICHARDSON
The IWLGA has survived 2 world wars in the past, and we will survive this nasty virus, hopefully staying safe and keeping well.
Our golfing arrangements for this year may be re-arranged a little as necessary, some events may be in slightly different format and may be changed at relatively short notice but the aim is to play what golf we can and support our golf courses.
The first casualty of the year will be the Lunch, but we hope to reorganise this for later in the year when the future is a little clearer.
So for the moment Watch This Space, Stay Safe, and hopefully Keep Well.
We hope you are well, and coping with the current restrictions as well as possible.
At the moment we are unsure just when our planned golfing calendar can get under way. Having ‘lost’ the whole of last year we do have a huge vacuum to fill and will let you know as soon as we can go ahead.
Apart from missing our golf and all that goes with it, we missed holding our A.G.M. during which we traditionally thank our Officers who work so hard behind the scenes on our behalf – I’m sure you will join with me in passing on our thanks – we really are indebted. We also normally thank any retiring Officers, and this year Connie Huntington is relinquishing her role as our Hampshire Representative – a role she has fulfilled with immense dedication, care and enthusiasm, paving the way for our close ties with Hampshire to continue and flourish. Our thanks go to her and wish her well in her role as Ladies’ Vice Captain at S & S G C. Kate Palfrey, past Ladies’ Captain at Cowes G.C. is taking over from Connie - she is looking forward with enthusiasm to being involved and we welcome her to our midst.