Sheila Mason and Jackie Scott

 

Lincolnshire golfers Sheila Mason and Jackie Scott are national champions after winning the England Golf Trust National Pairs- a women’s competition which raises funds for the charity, the England Golf Trust.

Sheila and Jackie from Belton Park Golf Club, raced to victory in the England Golf Trust National Pairs, scoring an impressive 47 points in the better-ball final.

They were three points ahead of their closest challengers at Kings Norton Golf Club in Worcestershire, Janet Davies and Elizabeth Campbell from Bramley, Surrey.

The competition was designed to raise funds for the Trust, which provides grants and bursaries for young men and women in education or aged up to 21. The 2018 tournament attracted an initial entry from 140 clubs, which held qualifying rounds, and donations of over £5000.

“It’s been an amazing day,” said Sheila, who put their success down to their preparation with a practice round on the day before the competition.

“We’re extremely pleased. It’s so rare to get the opportunity to play in a national competition.” 

Jackie took up golf just two years ago and plays off a handicap of 28. She remarked, “I’m absolutely over the moon. I never dreamed I could do anything like this, so it’s wonderful. There’ll be no stopping me now!”

The two women will be returning to their club to spread the word further about the England Golf Trust and its work to support young people who need financial help to play the game.

Click here for find out more about the England Golf Trust

Image credit: Leaderboard Photography

 

 

 

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