Deal Ladies

Deal Ladies

1899 saw the founding of Deal Ladies’ Club. Soon thereafter, there were 105 members, of which ten were gentlemen. The Ladies’ Course consisted of nine holes, with a bogey of 74 and was located on land behind the clubhouse.

1902 saw the 18-hole course used for the Ladies’ British Open Amateur, won by Miss May Hazlet of Royal Portrush, who beat Miss E C Neville at the 20th, from an entry of 120, that included two members of Deal Ladies.

1902 also held a three-cornered international contest between the Ladies of England, Ireland, and Scotland.

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