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Golf - 24. July 2009.

Hannah Ralph wins South regional championship

Sussex golfer Hannah Ralph won the inaugural EWGA South Region championship at Liphook in Hampshire.


Hannah, (pictured left) clinched the title with a 7/5 win in the final over Tara Watters (right) of Muswell Hill, Middlesex.


In earlier rounds the Cowdray Park player beat Sian Evans from Faversham, Kent, 5/4; Hannah Lovelock from Hindhead, Surrey, 2/1; and Katie Mundy from Dunwood Manor, Hampshire, 2 up.


Hannah, who plays off plus-one, had qualified in second place for the matchplay stages. She was just pipped by Hampshire’s Olivia Jordan-Higgins (Royal Jersey) who took top spot on countback after they tied on 148.


Other trophies awarded were the Intermediate Cup, for players under 25, which went to Olivia Jordan-Higgins with the best scratch score in qualifying;  and the County Shield (three scores to count) went to a strong Hampshire trio of Tracey Boyes from Meon Valley, Olivia Jordan-Higgins, and Raffi Dyer from Hayling Island with a total of 456.  The best net score was returned by Chelsea Masters from Highwoods Golf Club in Sussex on 146.


The championship attracted 54 players from the five South Region counties of Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Middlesex. The players’ handicaps ranged from plus-1 to 14 and competitors’ ages from 11 to 51.   The course was in perfect condition and the weather remained good for the week with a couple of showers on day one and a light breeze over all three days.
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