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Macbeth, Mrs Allan (Miss Muriel Dodd)
b Crosby 1892
Clubs: Bowdon, Sandiway and Heswall
Winner of the British Ladies Championship 1913, runner-up 1923, reached semi-final stage 1914, fifth round 1912 1921. Won Canadian Ladies Championship 1913, Cheshire Ladies Championship 1922 23 27 32, runner-up 1913 14. Semi-finalist English Ladies Championship 1923. won Indian Championship 1927. Represented England in International matches 1913 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 26. With Miss Doris Chambers won "Eve" Foursomes 1925. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

MacCann, Miss Katherine
D.O.B. 1 July 1963
Club: Headfort, Ireland
Leinster Girls' champion 1980. Irish under 22 champion 1983. Shannon Cup 198.5. Galway and Portrush Cup 1986. Junior European team championships 1982·· 1985. Irish International 1984-1986. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McCarthy, Miss Denise
D.O.B. 15 November 1968
Club: Woodenbridge
Leinster Match-play champion 1991. Leinster Stroke-play champion 1991. Irish Girl International 198I), 199b. Irish International 1988,1990, 1991, 1995. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McCool, Miss Lynn
Turned professional 1994.
Club: Strabane
Irish Girls' champion 1988. Runner-up Irish Girls' championship 1990. Scottish Girls' Under 21 Open Stroke-play championship 1992. Irish Junior International 1988-1990. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McCulloch, Miss Jean W.
b Pollockshields, Glasgow 31 July 1893
Clubs: (All Hon) West Kilbride, Troon, Grims Dyke, Ravenspark
Winner of Scottish Ladies Championship 1913 1928 1931, semi-finalist 1920 1927, reached fifth round 1914. Won Ayrshire Ladies County Championship 1923 24 27 28 32 33. Won west of Scotland Championship 1929 1930 , bronze medallist 1933. Represented Scotland in International Matches 1921 23 24 27 29 30 31 32 33. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

MacDonald, Miss Alison Claire
D.O.B. 16 January 1971
Clubs: Andover, Hockley
Hampshire Schoolgirl champion 1984. South Eastern under 15 champion 198.1. South Eastern Under 15 champion and Hampshire Girls' champion 1986. British Girls' champion 198EL Runner-up English girls' championship 1989, South Eastern champion 1989, 1990. Hampshire Rose 1989. Hampshire champion 1990,1992. Semi-finals English championship 1992. European Universities' champion 1992. England Team for Girls' Horne Internationals 1987, 1988, Vilmorin Cup 1990. England team for Junior European championships 1992, Captain England Girls' International team 1992. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McGreevy, Miss Michelle
Club: Rossmore
Ulster Girls' champion 1992-1994. Irish Girls' champion 1992, 1993. Irish Intermediate championship 1995. Ulster champion 1996. Irish Girl International 1991-1994, European Junior Team championships 1994,1996. Irish Girl Golfer of the Year '1992. Irish International 1996,1997. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McGreevy, Miss Vari
D.O.B. 6 August 1970
Club: Rosslare
Irish Girls' champion 1987. Ulster champion 1987, 1992. Irish Intermediate championships 1991. Irish Junior International 1986, 1987. Irish Senior International 1987, 1990, 1992. European Junior Team championships 1988, 1990. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mcintosh, Mrs Barbara (nee Dixon)
D.O.B. 10 February 1946
Clubs: Gullane and Parkstone
Dorset champion 1966, 1968, 1970, English champion 1969, Finalist Wills tournament 1969, '1970. East Lothian champion 1975. Vagliano Trophy 1969. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McKay, Miss Mhairi
D.O.B. 18 April 1975
Club.Turnberry
Turned Professional 1997,
Scottish Girls: champion 1990, 1992. Golf Foundation Junior Golfer of the Year 1990, 1992. Mackie Bowl 1991, 1993, Third 5t Rule Trophy, St Andrews 1991 (second round 69 a course record over the Old Course). Second, St Rule Trophy 1993 (second round b7 breaking her previous record). Belgian Junior champion 1992. Helen Holm Trophy 1992. British Girls' champion 1992, 1993. Riccarton Rosebowl 1993, '1996. Third British Stroke-play championship 1993. Runner-up Scottish championship 1993. Runner-up British championship 1997. Scottish Girl International 1989-1993, European Junior team championships 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996. Scottish International 1991 1994,1996,1997. Vagliano Trophy 1993,1995,1997. Curtis Cup 1994, 1996. Commonwealth team 1995. World Team championships 1996. Daily Telegraph Junior Golfer of the Year 1991. First team AII-American and won 4 college tournaments in the States. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McKenna, Miss Mary
D.O.B. 29 April 1949
Club: Donabate
Semi-final British championship 1969, 1979, 1982, 1991. Irish champion 1969, 1972, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1989. Leitrim Cup 1973,1974, 1976, 1977, 1980,1983,1985, 1990, 1991, 1995. Runner-up British Stroke Play 1976. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Mrs Tegwyn Thomas) 1977; (with Mrs I C Robertson) 1984, 1996. British Stroke Play champion 1979, Semi­final US Amateur championship 198O. Leinster championship 1981, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1993. Hermitage Scratch Cup 1989, 1991, 1993, 1995. Sunningdale Open Foursomes (with Mrs M Garner) 1984, Joint runner-up British Stroke-play 1996. Irish Stroke-play Foursomes (with Miss E Hearn) 1988, 1993. Woodbrook Scratch Cup 1991. Galway Scratch Cup 1992. Shannon Scratch Cup 1993. Tramore Scratch Cup 1993, Cork Scratch Cup 1995. Leading qualifier Irish championship 1995. Irish International 1968-1991 and 1993. Vagliano Trophy 1969-1989; non-playing Captain 1995. European Team championships 1969- 1991. World Team championships 1970, 1974, 1978, 1980; non-playing captain 1986, 1990, 1992. Curtis Cup 1970, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1978, '1980, 1982, 1984, 1986. Irish Golf Writers' trophy 1977,1979,1982. Daks Woman Golfer of the Year 1979. ILGU Golfer of the Year 1982, 1989, 1990, 1991(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

McKinlay, Miss Myra (see Mrs Murray)

McMaster, Mrs Sharon
D.O.B. 23 January 1961
Club: Dunbar
Border champion 1978-1983. South of Scotland champion 1979, 1980, 1982. Riccarton Rosebowl 1982. Mary McCally Trophy 1983. Semi-final Scottish championship 1988. East Lothian champion 1993,1997. Final Scottish championship 1995. Scottish Girl International 1978. Junior European Team championships 1981. Scottish International 1983, 1984, 1994, 1995, '1996, 1997. European Team championships 1995.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Madill, Mrs Maureen
D.O.B. 1 February 1958
Turned professional 1986.
British Match-play champion 1979; British Stroke-play champion 1980. Avia Watches foursomes (with Mrs L Bayman)1980, 1985. Sunningdale foursomes ( with Miss M McKenna) 1984. Finalist Irish championship 1982. Vagliano trophy 1979, 1981, 1985. European team championships 1979, 1981, 1983. Commonwealth tournament 1979. Curtis Cup 1980. World Team championships 1980. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Magee, Miss Ann-Marie
D.O.B. 10 November 1965
Hertfordshire champion 1991 Welsh Girl International 198O, 1981, 1982, 1983. Welsh International 1991-1994. Non-playing captain Welsh Girls' International side 1993, 1994. Non-playing captain Welsh side in European Junior Team championships 1994. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Maher, Mrs Sheila (nee Vaughan)
D.O.B. 9 March 1942
Club: Huyton and Prescott
Lancashire champion 1958, 1963, 1964. British Girls' champion 1959. Semi-finalist English championship 1962, 1963. New Zealand junior champion 1963. Tied for new Zealand Foursomes (partner Mrs R Slark) 1963. Vagliano Trophy matches 1961,1965. Curtis Cup 1962, 1964. Commonwealth Tournament 1963. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mahon, Miss Deirdre
D.O.B. 3 December 1968
Club: Roscommon
Irish Girls' champion 1986. Munster Girls champion 1986. Connaught Ladies' champion 1989. Irish Carl International 1986. European junior team championships 1988. Irish International 1989, 1990. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Marr Mrs H. C (nee Miss Hilda Cameron)
b Elgin 26 October 1904
Clubs: Moray and Elgin
Runner-up in Scottish Ladies Championship 1924 and 1927, semi-finalist 1926. Represented Scotland in International Matches 1927 28 29 30 31. Holds record for the Moray course. (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Marshall, Mrs Kathryn (nee Imrie)
D.O.B. 8 June 1967
Turned professional 1990.
Angus champion 1982 - 1984. Scottish Schoolgirl champion 1981. Scottish champion 1983. Scottish Girls' open Stroke-play champion 1985-1987. 51 Rule Trophy 1985. Junior European Team championships 1983,1986. Scottish International 1983, 1988. North of Scotland champion 1989, 1990. Senior European team championships 1987, 1989. Leading Amateur Weetabix Women's British Open 1988 and joint 6th overall. Vagliano Trophy 1989. Roehampton Cold Cup 1990. Semi-final Scottish championship 1990. Curtis Cup 1990. Solheim Cup 1996. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Marvin, Miss Vanessa
D.O.B. 5 November 1950
Turned professional 1978.
Northern champion 1973. Yorkshire champion 1975, 1978. Roehampton Gold Cup 1976, 1978 Low amateur Colgate European Open 1977. English champion 1977, 1978. Newmark International 1978. Vagliano Trophy 1977. European Team championships 1977. Curtis Cup 1978. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Matthew, Miss Catriona (nee Lambert)
D.O.B. 25 August 1969
Turned professional 1996
Scottish Girls' champion 1986. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play champion 1988, 1989. Scottish Foursomes (with Fiona Anderson) 1988, 1993. Semi-final Scottish championship 1988. Roehampton Gold Cup 1989. Munross trophy 1989-1990. 1992. Semi-finalist British championship 1989, 1992. Helen Holm Trophy 1990. East Lothian champion 1990-1992. Scottish champion 1991, 1993, 1994. Doherty Match Play champion 1992. Welsh Open Stroke Play champion 1992. Riccarton Rosebowl '1992. Shiseido Cup Intercollegiate tournament 1992. Spanish Open Amateur champion 1993, 1994. British champion 1993. Junior European Team championships 1986, 1988. Scottish International 1989-1993. Vagliano Trophy 1989, '1991, 1993. Curtis Cup 1990. 1992, 1994. Commonwealth tournament 1991. World Cup 1992. Laing the Jeweller Order of merit 1991. Daily Telegraph Golfer of the Year jointly with Julie Hall 1993.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Matthews, Mrs Tegwen (formerly Thomas and nee Perkins)
D.O.B. 2 October 1955.
Clubs: Wenvoe Castle, Pennard. Royal Porthcawl
Wills Match-Play champion 1973. South Western champion 1973, 1974, 1976. Worpleson Foursomes 1973, 1978. Runner-up British Stroke Play championship 1974. Finalist British Girls' championship 1974. Welsh champion 1976, '1977. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Miss M McKenna) 1977. Welsh Open Stroke Play champion 1980. Glamorgan champion 1981, 1983. Vagliano Trophy 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979. World Team championships 1974. Curtis Cup 1974, 1976, 1978. European Team championships 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983. LGU Tour of South Africa 1984. Daks Woman Golfer of the Year 1976. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mellor, Mrs A. C. (nee Miss Audrey Croft)
Clubs: Ashford Manor
Won Girls Championship 1919 and was runner-up 1920. won Middlesex Championship 1926 1927 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Melvin, Miss Valerie
D.O.B. 31 March 1973
Clubs: Stirling University, Clydebank and District
Runner-up Scottish Girls' 1989. Scottish Schools' champion 1989- 1991. Semi-finalist Scottish championship 1992. Finalist Scottish championship 1994. West of Scotland champion 1994. Mackie Bowl 1994. Dunbartonshire and Argyll champion 1994,1996. Scottish University champion 1995. British University champion '1995. Runner-up Scottish Stroke Play championship 1996. Scottish Girl International 1989-1991. European junior Team championships 1992, 1994. British Universities team 1992, 1994. Scottish International 1994,1996. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Merrill, Mrs Julia
D.O.B. 6 January 1941
Club: Pleasington Northern champion 1961, 1962. Lancashire champion eight times between 1961 and 1978. New Zealand champion 1963. New Zealand Foursomes champion 1963. English champion 1966, 1979. Astor Salver 1969, 1979. British Stroke Play champion 1974. 1975. Welsh Open Stroke Play champion 1977. Hampshire Rose 1977. Vagliano Trophy 1961. 1965, 1975, 1977. Commonwealth tournament 1963, 1975. Curtis Cup 1964, 1970, 1976, 1978. World Team championships 1970, 1974, 1978. European Team championships 1971,1975, 1977. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Middleton, Miss Christine
D.O.B. 30 January 1961
Club: Cruden Bay
North of Scotland champion 1986 1991. Runner-up Scottish championship 1987. St Rule Trophy 1988, 1989. Aberdeenshire champion 1991. Junior European Team championships 1981.(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Milton, Mrs Moira Christine (nee Paterson)
D.O.B. 18 December 1923
Clubs: Gullane, Lenzie, Turnhouse
Dunbartonshire champion 1949. Finalist French championship 1949. British champion 1952. Finalist Scottish championship 1952. Midlothian champion '1962. West of Scotland champion 1963, LGU touring team to South Africa 1951. Curtis Cup 1952.. Scottish captain, European Team championships 1973. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Moffat, Miss Laura
D.O.B. 19 March 1980.
Club: West Kilbride
Golf Foundation Under 15 champion 1994: Under 16 champion 1995. Scottish Girls champion 1995. Belgian Junior champion 1996. Scottish Girls' Under 21 Open Stroke Play championship 1996. Scottish Girl International 1994-1996. European Junior Team championships 1996. Scottish International 1996. GB and Ireland versus South Africa 1997. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Monaghan, Miss Hilary
D.O.B. 3 May 1975
Club: Longniddry
East of Scotland Girls' champion 1992. East Lothian champion 1995,1996. Scottish champion 199.1, runner-up 1997. Inverness Open 1995. Laing the Jeweller Order of Merit 1995. East of Scotland champion 1996. Semi-finalist Scottish championship 1996. Semi-finalist British championship 1998. Scottish Girl International 1991-1993. Scottish International 1995,1996,1997. European Team championships 1995.1997. British Universities' team 1996. Curtis Cup 1998 (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Montgomery, Miss Clem H. M. Purves Russell
b Milnathort
Clubs: St Rule, King James VI, Perth, Elie
Won Scottish Ladies Championship 1924. County Golf Club's Scratch Trophy 1923 24 25 29 30. runner-up British Ladies Championship 1932. Represented Scotland in International Matches 1921 22 23 25 28 29 30 31 32 33. Great Britain v France 1932-33 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Moodie, Miss Janice
D,O,B, 31 May 1973
Club: Windyhill and Cawder
Turned Professional 1997.
Scottish Girls' champion 1989, 1991. Semi-finalist British Girls' championship 1989, 1991. Scottish Girls' Open Stroke-play championship 1990, Wilson PCA junior champion 1990, Winner Under 18 section British Womens Stroke-play championship 1990. Runner-up British Stroke-play championship and winner Under 18 and Under 23 sections 1991. West of Scotland champion 1991, PCA junior champion 1991. Scottish champion 1992, Munross Trophy 1993. Inverness Stroke-play championship 1993, Mary McCally Trophy '1')93, Laing the Jeweller Order of Merit 199.3, Semi-final British championship 1995, Scottish Girl International 1989, 1990, 1991, European Junior Team championships 1990, '1992. Scottish International 1990, 1991, 1992, Vagliano Trophy 1993, 1991. Curtis Cup 1994, 1996, World Team championships 1996. Attending San jose University on golf scholarship, Won eight Open college events, Winner inaugural Joyce Wethered Award 1994. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mooney, Miss Maisie
D,O,B, 11 june 1952
Club: Forrest Hill, Australia
Irish champion 1973. Dutch stroke-play champion 1973. Australian champion 1973. European team championships 1971, 1973, Vagliano Trophy 1973, Oaks Woman Golfer of the year 1973, Emigrated to Australia 1974. Victoria State team 1975, Metropolitan club champion 1976, Executive Director of Women's Golf Australia,(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Morgan, Miss Becky
D.O.B.5 September 1974
Club: Monmouth
Monmouthshire champion 1992, South Western champion 1994,1996, Runner-up British championship 1996 and semi-finalist 1997, Runner-up Welsh Open Amateur Stroke Play championship 1996, Runner-up Welsh championship 1998, 10 NCAA Division one collegiate medalist titles. Welsh junior International 1991··1992. junior European Team championships 1991-1993, European Team championships 1995,1997, Welsh International 1996,1997, NCAA National championships 1995- 1997, NCAA 2nd Team All-American 1997. Curtis Cup 1998,(from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Morgan, Miss Simone
D.O.B, 16 July 1970
Club: Hearsall
Runner-up English Girls' championship 1987. Warwickshire champion 1988-1991, English Intermediate champion 1988. Runner-up English championship 1989, European team championships 1989, England team for Home Internationals 1989, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Morgan, Miss Wanda
Club: Westgate and Birchington
Won English Ladies Championship 1931. Kent Ladies 1930-31-33 and was runner-up in the British Ladies Championship 1931. Played for England in the International Matches 1931 32 33. Great Britian v USA 1932, v France 1933 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Morley, Miss Joanne Lois
D.O.B., 30 December 1966
Club: Sale
Turned Professional 1993
Semi-finals northern Foursomes 1985.Semi-finalist Northern championship 1985, Barnhurst Bracelet 1985. Winner Northern Foursomes (with Miss S Robinson) 1986, Pleasington Putter 1986. St Rule Trophy 1987, Cheshire champion 1988-1990, 1992, 1993. Joint winner Wentworth Scratch Cup 1988, Avia Foursomes (with Miss L Fairclough) 1989. Frilford Heath Scratch Salver 1989, Leading Amateur Weetablx Women's British Open 1989, 1993. Astor Salver 1990, Royal Birkdale Red Rum trophy 1990, Runner-up English Stroke-play championship 1990, Runner-up Welsh Stroke-play 1991. English Stroke-play 1991, English Intermediate 1991, British Stroke-play champion '1991. European Amateur champion 1992. English Stroke-play 1992. Keighley Trophy 1993, Frilford Heath Scratch Cup 1993, English International 1990-1993, Vagliano Trophy 1991, 1993. European Team championships 1992, 1993. Curtis Cup '1 992.World Cup 1992. Daily Telegraph Golfer of the Year 1991, Solheim Cup 1996, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Morrison, Mrs Gillian (nee Cheetham)
D,O,B, 30 November 1942
Club: Gullane
Semi-finalist English championship 1962, Finalist English championship 1965, Avia Watches Foursomes (with Mrs J, Thornhill) 1970, Vagliano Trophy 1965, 1967, Captain of English Girls' team 1967, Captain of England 1969, 1970, (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mountain, Miss Glenda Elizabeth
D,O,B.31 December 1947
Club: Royal Cinque Ports
Sussex Girls' champion 1961, 1964, 1965, English Junior International 1964-1966, Finalist South Eastern championships 1969. Sussex champion 1971, Administrator Junior National Training 1978-1980,English selector 1987, British selector 1988- 1990. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mourgue d' Algue, Mme Celia (nee Perslow)
D.O.B. 4 August 1946
Club:St Nom La Breteche, France
Swedish champion 1965. French Girls' champion 1967. Italian champion 1978. French champion 1978, 1981. Semi-finalist British championship 1978, 198 1, 1983. Spanish champion 1982. French Stroke-play champion 1982, 1988. Moroccan champion 1984. Played for Sweden in World Team championships in 1964 and in European team championships 1965, 1967. European team championships (for France) 1977·1989. (Playing captain of winning French side at Pals in 1989). World Team championships (for France) 1980, 1982, 1984. Vagliano trophy 1985. Second Individual World Team championships 1984. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Mourgue d' Algue, Miss Kristel
D.O.B. 13 September 1973
Turned professional 1996
International French champion 1990. French champion 1994. Runner-up British championship 199.5. NCAA champion 1995. World Team championships (for France) '1990, 1992, 1994. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Murray, Mrs Myra (nee McKinlay)
D.O.B. 18 September 1972
Club: Blairmore and Strone
Turned professional 1994.
Dunbartonshire champion 1989, 1990, 1991. British Girls' champion 19H9. Semi final Scottish championship 1990. West of Scotland championship 1992. Scottish Girl International 1988, 1989, 1990. European Junior team championships 1990, 1992. Scottish Senior International 1990, 1992, 1993. Curtis Cup 1994. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

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