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Hackett, Miss Barbara
D.O.B. 19 August 1969
Club: Castletroy
Runner-up Munster championship 1992, 1993. Mitchelstown Scratch Cup 1993. Curragh Scratch Cup 1994. Irish Girl International 1985, 1986. Irish International 1993, '1994. Leading Amateur Weetabix Women's British Open championship 1996. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hall, Miss Caroline
D.O.B. 14 November 1973
Club: Filton.
Turned professional 1993.
Frilford Heath Scratch Cup 1990. Runner-up South Western championship 1990. Cotswold Hills Gold Vase '1990, 1991. English Girls' champion 1990. Runner-up English Girls' 1991. Gloucestershire champion 1991, 1992. English Under 18 Stroke­play champion 1991. Leading qualifier English championship 1991. Semi-finalist British championship 199'1. English champion '1992. Runner-up French Girls' championship 1992. Bristol and District Open 1992. Vilmorin Cup 1991, 1992. England International 1991, 1992. European Team championships 1991. Vagliano Trophy 1991. Curtis Cup 1992. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hall, Mrs Julie (nee Wade) (now Otto)
D.O.B. 10 March 1967
Club: Felixstowe Ferry
Suffolk champion 1986, 1989 1993, 1995. English Stroke Play champion 1987,1993. English Intermediate champion 1987. World Fourball championships (with Helen Wadsworth in Brazil) 1987. Runner-up English Stroke Play 1988. Joint runner-up British Stroke Play 1988. Joint winner Critchley Salver 1988. English champion 1988, 1994, 1995. Runner-up English Intermediate championship 1989. joint winner Astor Salver 1990. British champion 1990, 1995. Helen Holm Stroke Play champion 1991, 1993. Spanish Open Amateur champion 1992, 1996. British Stroke Play champion 1993. Welsh Open Amateur Stroke Play champion 1993. Wentworth Scratch Cup 1993. Hermitage Scratch Cup 1994. Australian Amateur champion 1995. Fife champion 1997. Sunningdale Foursomes (with Helen Wadsworth) '1997. Scottish Foursomes champion (with Fiona Lockhart) 1998. Home Internationals 1987·1995. European team championships 1987, 1989,1991,1993,1995. Curtis Cup 1988, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1996. World Team championships 1988, 1990, 1994. Vagliano Trophy 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995. Commonwealth tournament 1991, 1995. Daily Telegraph Golfer of the Year jointly with Catriona Lambert 1995. Daily Telegraph Golfer of the Year 1995. Secretary of the Ladies' Golf Union as from 1996. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hall, Mrs M. A
b Dublin 15 Sept 1904
Clubs Foxrock and Malahide, Island.
Won Irish Ladies Close Championship 1929, semi-finalsit 1927 1931 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Hanna, Miss Debbie
D.O.B. 23 April 1968.
Turned professional 1990.
Runner-up Irish Girls' championship 1986. Belgian junior International champion 1987, 1988. Ulster champion 1988. Semi­final Irish championship 1988. junior European team championships '1988. Irish International 1987, 1988. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Harris, Mrs Marley (formerly Spearman, nee Baker)
D.O.B. 11 January 1928
Middlesex champion eight times between 1955 and 1965. South Eastern champion 1956, 196'1. British champion 1961, 1962. New Zealand champion 1963. English champion 1964. Worplesdon Foursomes 1964. Astor Salver 1964, 1965. Astor Prince's Trophy 1965. Roehampton Cold Cup 1965. Kayser Bonder Foursomes (with EI Elizabeth Price Fisher) 1958. England International '1955· 1965. Vagliano Trophy matches 1959-1961. Commonwealth Tournaments 1959, 196.3. Curtis Cup 1960, 1962, 1964. Non-playing captain England European team championships 1971. Golf Writers' Trophy 1962. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hastings, Miss Dorothea (nee Sommerville)
D.O.B. 21 June 1934
Club: Haggs Castle, Troon Ladies', Erskine
Renfrewshire champion 1956·1959, 1961·1963, 1983. Scottish champion 195H. Finalist Scottish Championship 1960. West of Scotland championship 1961. Scottish International 1955-1963. Curtis Cup 1951.1. Vagliano Trophy 1963. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Healy, Mrs Bridget (nee Gleeson)
D.O.B. 5 December 1963
Club:Killarney
Finalist Irish Girls' championship 1978,1979. Munster champion 1980. Irish Girls' champion 1980, 1981. Waterford Trophy 1983. Irish International 1980-198.5. Junior European team championships 1981, 1982. European Team championships 1983, 1987. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Heathcoat-Amory, Lady (nee Joyce Wethered) 1901-1997.
Club: Worplesdon
Surrey champion 1921,1922,1924,1929,1932. English champion 1920·1924. British champion 1922,1924,1925,1929. Worplesdon Foursomes 1922,1923,1928.1931,1932,1933,1936. Played in inaugural Curtis Cup in 1932. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hedges, Mrs Susan (nee Whitlock)
Belgian champion 1974. Kent champion 1976, '1979, 1982. Luxembourg champion 1976, 1977. Welsh Open Stroke-play champion 1978. Runner-up English championship 1979. Third British Open Stroke-play championship 1979. Central England Mixed Foursomes 1981. Hoylake Mixed Foursomes 1982. Vagliano trophy 1979. Commonwealth Tournament and European team championships 1979. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Helme, Miss Eleanor
b Cobham, Surrey 30 Dec 1887
Clubs: Leatherhead, Burhill, Guildford, Stoke Poges, woodhall Spa, Moray, Effingham Manor.
REached semi-final Ladies Championship 1924 and fifth round 1926. Partnered by Miss Joy Winnwon Ladies field Foursomes 1921 and Northern Foursomes 1921 and with T.A Torranc, Worplesdon open Foursomes 1921. REpresented England 1911, 12 13 and 20. Women's Golf Correspondent to "Morning Post", "Bystander", "Sporting and Dramatic" and author of "After the ball" (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Henson, Mrs Dinah (nee Oxley)
D.O.B. 17 October '1948
Club: West Byfleet
British Girls' champion 1963. English Girls' champion 1965 Surrey champion 1967, 1970, 1971, '1976. Finalist English championship 196B. Worplesdon Foursomes 1968, 1977. French Girls' champion 1969. Wills championship 1969, 1970, 1971. Runner-up British Stroke-play championship 1969. 1970, 1972, 1976. British champion 1970. English champion 1970. 1971. Low Amateur Colgate European Open 1974. Newmark champion 1975; tied for title 1977. Vagliano Trophy matches 1967, 1969, 1971. Horne Internationals 1967-1978. European Team championships 1971, '1977. Daks Woman Golfer of the Year 1970. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Heskin, Miss Catherine Ann
Club: Douglas, Cork, Lahinch, Killarney
Munster champion 1970, 1971, 1974, 1975, 1978. Semi-finalist Irish championship 1975, 1977. Cork Scratch Cup J 980. Lahinch Scratch Cup 1982. Irish International 1969, 1970, 1972, 197'), 1977. Captain Irish junior European team 1981. Captain Ireland, Horne Internationals 1982. 1983. Captain Irish European team J 983. Irish national selector 1984-1989, 1991. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hicks, Miss Helen
b 11 February 1911
Winner, Bermuda, Palm Beach, Miami Beach, Long Island Championships in 1929. Womens Western 72 hole Stroke Competition 1929. Bertheilyn Trophy 1929, Womens Canadian Open 1929. New Yorj State 1930. Runner-up Canadain 1930. winner American Ladies Championship 1931, runner-up 1933. Played for USA v Britain 1932 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Higgins, Miss Eavan
D.O.B. 11 September 1956
Club.Douglas, Ireland Munster champion 1983, 1988, 1989,1990. Woodbrook Cup 1985. Galway Cup 1985, 1991. Finalist Irish championship 1986. Shannon Scratch Cup 1986. Semi-finalist Irish championship 1987. Lahinch Cup 1987. Finalist Irish championship 1988. Irish champion 1993. Cork Scratch Cup 1993. Leitrim Cup 1993. Irish International 1981- 1989, 1990-1993. European Team championships 1981,1983,1987,1989,1991,1993,1995. First reserve Curtis Cup 1988. Captain Irish side for European junior Team championships 1994, 1995. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hjorth, Miss Maria
D.O.B. 15 October 1973.
Turned professional 1996.
Finnish Open champion 1990. Norwegian champion 1990. Swedish Order of merit 1991. Helen Holm Trophy 1995. 5t Rule trophy 1995. Spanish Open Amateur championship 1995. European Amateur Masters 199.1. Runner-up Spanish Open Amateur championship 1996. Attended Stiring University on golf scholarship. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hockley, Miss Joanne (now Woodward)
D.O.B. 9 February 1973
Club. Felixsowe Ferry
Turned Professional 1996 _ reinstated as an amateur 1997.
Suffolk Girls' champion 1987-1991. England Girls' International 1989-1991. Finalist English Girls' championship 1990. Midland Ladies' champion 1990. Under 18 and Under 23 English Stroke play champion 1991. Runner-up English championship 1992. British Stroke-play champion 1992. Third British Stroke-play 1995. Wentworth Scratch 1996. Scottish stroke-play champion 1996. English champion 1996. Vilmorin Cup 1991, 1992. England Senior International 1991, 1992,1993,1996. World Team championships 1992. Vagliano Trophy 1993. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hodge, Mrs Susan (nee Shapcott)
D.O.B. 2 November 1969
Turned professional 1989
British Girls' champion 1985. British Under 18 Stroke-play champion 1985. English Under 18 Stroke-play champion 1985. Finalist English match-play championship 1986. English Girls' champion 1986. English Stroke-play champion 1986 together with under 23, Under 21 and Under 18 titles. Belgian under 23 champion; Gloucestershire champion; junior European team championships and Vilmorin Trophy 1986. Finalist British Match­play 1987. English Girls' champion 1987. Welsh Open Stroke-play champion 1987, 1988. French champion '1988. Runner-up English championship and Australian championship 1988. Vagliano Trophy 1987. Curtis Cup 1988. World Cup 1988. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Holm, Mrs A.M (Helen)
b Glasgow 14 March 1907.
Clubs: Elie and Troon
Won Scottish Ladies Championship 1930 32, runner-up 1933, semi-finalsit 1929. Won the Lanarkshire County Championship 1928 29 32. won west of Scotland Ladies Championship 1933, runner-up 1928, semi-finalsit 1929 1932. semi-finalsit Swedish Open Championship 1932. Played for Scotland in International matches 1932 1933. Great Britain v France 1933. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Holmes, Mrs Jean Clara (nee McClure)
D.O.B. 17 August 1923
Club:Thorndon Park
British champion 1946. Notts champion 1949-1951. Essex champion 1956,1957. Runner-up Roehampton Gold Cup 1957,1959. Finalist English championship 1966. England captain 1967. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hooman, Mrs C.V.L. (formerly Mrs Gavin)
b Ickleford Manor, Ickleford, Herts 1886
Clubs Gerrards Cross (Hon), Huntercombe, Addington, Betchworth Park.
Won the Canadian Championship 1922, runner-up 1923. Runner-up in the American Championship 1915, 1919 1922 and French Championship 1922. won Metropolitan Championship 1917 1918, runner-up 1919. won eastern Championship 1916, runner-up 1918. won Belgian Championship 1924. Middlesex Championship 1925. Semi-finalsit English Championship 1926 and with Miss Joy Winn Ladies foursome open Tournament 1926. In 1923, in New York, receiving a half, beat Jerome K Travers, Open and Amateur ex-Champion of America, by 8 and 7over 36 holes. Represented England in International matches 1910 11 25. Represented American Red Cross against professionals on their own course. twenty-six matches were played and receiving a half, won 16, haved 4, lost 6. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Hope, Miss Lesley Alexandra
D.O.B. 22 May 1955.
Club: Gullane
Scottish champion 1975. East of Scotland champion 1977, 1978, 1984. Finalist Scottish championship 1979, 1986. European Team championships '1975, 1977, 1979. Horne Internationals 1975, 1976, 1080, 1986, 1987. Captain Scotland, Horne Internationals 1990. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Howard, Mrs Ann (nee Phillips)
D.O.B. 22 October 1934
Club: Whitefield
British Girls' champion 1952. Danish champion 1955. Lancashire champion 1957. Manx champion 1977, 1978. Curtis Cup 1956, 1968. Non-playing captain English side European Team championships 1977. English Senior International 1989 - 1992. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hudson, Miss Rebecca
D.O.B. 13 June 1979
Club: Wheatley
Yorkshire champion 1995,1997,1998 and runner-up 1994. Yorkshire Girls champion '1994. Doncaster junior champion 1994 (field took in 23 boys and Rebecca). Runner-up British Girls' championship 1994. Daily Telegraph Junior Golfer of the Year 1994,1995,1997. Daily Mail PGA junior championship 1994, 1995. English Girls champion 1995,1996. Returned a 63 in the annual Danum Cup in Doncaster (the 63 was ten shots better than her previous best and ten under par. It was also the lowest tally, professional or amateur, men's or women's, in the 82 year history of the club). Bridget jackson Bowl 1996. Under 18,Under 21 and Under 23 awards at British Stroke Play championship 1996. Leading qualifier French junior championship 1998. French junior champion 1997. United Arab Emirates Open champion 1997. England International 1997. England Girl International 1994-1996. European junior Team championships 1995. England team for Home Internationals 1996,1997. European Team championships 1997. Vagliano Trophy 1997. Curtis Cup 1998. Joyce Wethered Trophy 1995. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Huggan, Mrs Shirley Margaret (nee Lawson)
D.O.B. 16 September 1964
Club: Eastwood
West of Scotland Girls' champion 1980, 1981. New Zealand Under 23 champion 1982. Scottish Girls' champion 1982. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play champion 1983, 1984. Renfrewshire champion 1985, 1987. Leading qualifier Scottish championship 1986. Munross Trophy 1987 Scottish champion 1988, 1989. Runner-up Scottish championship 1990. Curtis Cup reserve 1986. European Team championships 1987, 1989. Curtis Cup 1988. Vagliano Trophy 1989. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Huke, Miss Beverly Joan Mary
D.O.B. 19 May 1951
Turned professional 1978. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play champion 1970, 1971. Finalist British championship '1971. Roehampton Gold Cup 1971. Gloucestershire champion 1972. English champion 1975. Angus champion 1976. Helen Holm trophy 1977. Vagliano Trophy matches '1971, 1975. Curtis Cup 1972. European Team championships 1975, 1977. (from Weetabix Records 1998)

Hurd, Mrs D.C. (nee Miss Dorothy Iona Campbell)
b Edinburgh 1883
Clubs: North Berwick. Is an Honorary member of Merion, Enfield, Windermere, Toronto Lambton, Brantford, Rosedale.
Winner of the British ladies Championship 1909 1911, runner-up 1908, semi-finalist 1904 1905 1906. Scottish Championship 1905 1906 1908, runner-up 1907 1909. American Championship 1909 1910 194, runner-up 1920. Canadian Championship 1910 1911 1912. Western Pennsylvania Championship 1914 1915 1916. North and South championship 1918 1920 1921. Boston District Championship 1922. Florida West Coast Championship 1923 1925. Philadelphia Ladies Championship 1925 26 27 29. The only lady golferwho has won the British, American and Canadian Championships. Represented Scotland in the International matches until 1909, and again in 1911, 1928. also British Ladies v American Ladies 1905 and 1909. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

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