Home/News

WGM Collection
Other collections
Bibliography
Famous golfers
Events
Trustees
History of WGM
Links
Contact WGM

 

Lacoste, Mme Simone (nee Thion de la Chaume)
b. Paris D.O.B. 24 November 1908
Club: Chantaco, France
British Girls' champion 1924. French Open Amateur champion 1926, 1927, 1930, 1935, 1938, 1939. British champion 1927. French Close champion 1925 -1930, 1936, 1937, 1938 Played for France v Great Britain 1931 32 (from Goflers Handbook 1934 and Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lacoste de Prado, Senora Catherine
D.O.B. 27 June 1945
Club: Chantaco, France
Astor Prince's Salver 1966. American Open champion 1967. Worplesdon Foursomes 1967. French Open Amateur champion 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1976. American Amateur champion 1969. British champion 1969. Hovis Trophy '1969. Inaugural World team championships 1964 - winner individual award. Note: Senora Lacoste de Prado was the first amateur. the first non-American and the youngest player at the time to win the U.S Open. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Laing, Miss Anne
D.O.B. 14 March 1975
Club: Vale of Leven
Semi-finals Scottish Girls' championship 1992, 1993. Runner-up Dumbarton and Argyll championship '1993, 1994. Dumbarton and Argyll champion 1995. Riccarton Rose Bowl 1995. Scottish champion 1996. St Rule Trophy 1996. Scottish School International 1991-'1993. Scottish Girl International 1992, 1993. Junior European team championships 1996. Scottish International 1995,1996,1997. Reserve Curtis Cup 1998. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Laing, Miss Vikki.
D.O.B. 14 March 1981.
Club: Musselburgh
Scottish Girls' champion 1996, 1997. Scottish Girl International 1996, 1997. Scottish International 1997. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lambert, Mrs Sandy (nee Cohen)
D.O.B. 5 August 1960
Turned professional 1995.
Surrey Girls' champion 1978, 1989. Under 23 British Stroke-play champion 1979. Runner-up Under 23 English Stroke-play championship 1980. Runner-up English championship 1981. St George's Hill Trophy 1982. Critchley Salver 1989, 1994. Semi-final British championship 1993. Surrey champion 1993, 1994. Astor Salver '1993, 1994. Vagliano Trophy 1979, 1995. England International 1979, 1980, 1993-1995. European Junior and Senior Team championships 1981, 1995.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Langridge, Mrs Susan (nee Armitage)
D.O.B. 5 April 1943
Midland champion 1961, 1965. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play champion 1962. Quarter-finalist English championship 1963, 1966. European Team championships 1963, 1966. Vagliano Trophy matches 1963, 1963. Curtis Cup '1964, 1966. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Large, Mrs Pamela (nee Davies)
D.O.B. 12 April 1930
Club: Coventry
British Girls' champion 1949. Finalist English championship 1950. English champion 1952. Midland and Warwickshire champion 1952. English selector 1972. England captain Home Internationals 1982. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lawrence, Miss Joan Barrie
D.O.B. 20 April 1930
Clubs: (Hon) Dunfermline, Aberdour, Killarney
Fife champion 14 times between 1953 and 1990. Scottish champion 1962-1964. Finalist Scottish championship 1965. East of Scotland champion 1971, 1972. Scottish International 19.19-1970. Vagliano Trophy matches 1963, 1965. Curtis Cup and World Team championships 1964. European Team championships 1965, 1967, 1969. Captain British team in Commonwealth Tournament 1971. International selector 1973-1976 and 1980-1983. Chairman Ladies' Golf Union 1989. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lawson, Miss Helen
D.O.B. 4June 1965.
Club: Bull Bay
Welsh champion 1989. Northern Counties champion 1990, 1991, 1992. Runner-up Welsh championship 1991. Semi-finalist Welsh championship 1997,1998. Junior European team championships 1988. European team championships 1989, 1991. Welsh International '1989-1993, 1997. Captain Welsh Junior European team 1992. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lawson, Miss Shirley (see Mrs Huggan)

Leburn, Mrs Wilma (nee Aitken)
D.O.B. 24 January 1959
Clubs: Old Ranfurly, Wentworth
Scottish Girls' champion 1975, 1977. British Girls' champion 1977. Runner-up British Stroke-play championship 1978. Low Amateur Colgate European Open 1978. West of Scotland champion 1978, 1980, 1981. Helen Holm 1978, 1980, 1982. Renfrewshire champion 1978-1982. Finalist Scottish and British championships 1981. Leading qualifier British championship 1984. Carlsberg WPGA championship 1980. Riccarton Rosebowl with nine consecutive birdies and course record (64) at Hamilton 1981. Runner-up Astor Salver '1981. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Mrs A Uzielli) '1982. Wentworth Scratch trophy with record aggregate for the event and East course record (66) 1982. European Team championships 1979, 1981. Vagliano Trophy matches 1981, 1983. Curtis Cup 1982. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lee-Smith, Miss Jennifer Constance
D.O.B. 2 December 1948
Turned professional 1977.
Northumberland champion 1972-1974. Wills tournament 1974. British Stroke-play champion 1976. Newmark International 1976. Commonwealth tournament 1975. World Team championships 1976. Curtis Cup 1974, 1976. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Leitch, Miss Charlotte Cecelia Pitcairn
b Silloth
Clubs: Roehampton (Hon) Ashridge Park(Hon) Beaconsfield (Hon) Bexhill (Hon) Northwood (Hon) Brocton Hall (Hon) Trentham (Hon) Cooden Beach (Hon) Craws Hill (Hon) Edgeware (Hon) Henley on Thames (Hon) Princes Mitcham (Hon) Royal Perthcawl (Hon) West Runton (Hon) Walton Heath (Hon) Carlisle and Silloth (Hon) Fontainbleau (Hon) Hendon (Hon) Sonning (Hon) Southerndown (Hon) Moor Park (Hon) Royal Mid-Surrey (Hon) West Hill (Hon) Denham (Hon) North Finchley (Hon)
Won Ladies Championship of France 1912 14 20 21 24 runner-up 1926. British Championship 1914 1920 1921 1926 runner-up 1922 25, semifinalist 1908 1912. Reached forth round 1909, fifth round 1924. Won the English Ladies (Close) Championship 1914 1919 runner-up 1920. Won Canadian ladies Championship 192. middlesex Championship 1924. Represented England in the International Matches 1910 11 12 13 14 20 21 22 24 25 27 28. In 1909, 1911 and 1920 won the stroke cometition preceding the championship and was second in 1912. Won the Kit Cat Medal Ranelagh International Meeting 1912 13 14 20 28 30 and the Roehampton Gold Cup 1928. won the Gold Vase (outright) Tournament 1912 13 14. Partnered by Mr E. Esmond , won the Open Mixed Foursomes 1925. In February 1910 over Bludellsands received a half and beat Tom Ball by one hole. In a 72 hole match over Walton Heath and Sunningdale, receiving a half, beat Mr H. H. Hilton by 2 and 1 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Little, Miss Susan
D.O.B. 29 April 1970
Scottish Girls' champion 1987. Scottish Girl International 1987. Scottish university champion 1993. Scottish International 1993. Attended Dundee University on a R&A golf bursary.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lloyd, Miss Joanne
D.O.B. 5 September 1969
Welsh Girls' champion 1987. Welsh Girl International 1987. Under 21 Welsh International 1988. Welsh International 1988. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lorenzi, Marie Laure de
D.O.B. 21 January 1961
Turned professional 1987.
French Girls' champion 1976. British Girls' champion 1978. Spanish Girls' champion 1978, 1980. French Close Champion 1983. Final French International championship 1985. European team championships 1977-1983. World Team championships 1978-1986. (Leading individual 1986). Vagliano Trophy 1979- 1985. Solheim Cup 1990, 1996, 1998.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lovatt, Mrs Susan Lynne (nee Rowlands)
D.O.B. 16 February 1961
Club: Holywell and Prestatyn
Semi-final Welsh championship 197.5, 1979, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1993. Finalist British Girls' championship 1976. Flintshire champion 1976, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989. Welsh Girls' champion 1977, 1978. Welsh International 1977, 1983-198S, 1990, 1993- 1995. European Team championships 1977, 1983, 1984, 1985. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lowe, Miss Stephanie Emma
D.O.B. 28 June 1984
Club: Delamere Forest
Cheshire Girls' champion 1979, 198'1, 1982. Semi-finalist North Foursomes 1981. Semi-finalist Cheshire championship 1982. Finalist Cheshire championship 1983. Pleasington Putter 1985. Northern Girls' champion 1985. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lowien, Miss Nicole
D.O.B. 29 July 1969
Turned professional 1988.
Runner-up Australian Amateur 1987. Tasman Cup team 1987. World Team championships 1988.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lugton, Miss Constance Jane M.V.O
D.O.B. 17 November 1936
Club: Gullane
East Lothian champion ten times between 1965 and 1989. Semi­finalist Scottish championship 1965, '1973, 1974. Finalist Scottish championship 1972. East of Scotland champion 1974. Scottish champion 1977. Captain of Scotland 1975, 1976. European team championships 1977, 1979. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Lumb, Mrs Kathryn Yvonne (nee Phillips)
D.O.B. 24 February 1952
Clubs; Filton, Bradford Central England Foursomes 1966, 1979. English Girls' champion 1968. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play champion 1968, 1969. Yorkshire champion 1969. French Girls' champion 1970. European Team championshipOl969. Vagliano Trophy 1969, 1971. Curtis Cup 1970, 1972. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

  This page published by Gillian Kirkwood