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Panton, Miss Catherine Rita
D.O.B. 14 June 1955
Turned Professional 1978
Scottish Girls champion 1969. British champion 1976. East of Scotland champion 1976; finalist 1977. Scottish Universities champion 1977. Scottish International 1972-1978. European team championships 1973, 1977. World Team championships 1977. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Park, Miss Doris
b Musselburgh
Clubs: Gullane, Longniddry
Runner-up in Scottish Ladies Champinoship 1929-30-31. Won Midlothian Ladies Championship 192829 30 31 33. Won East of Scotland Ladies Championship 1933 runner-up 1931. with Stuart Forsyth finalist Worplesdon Foursomes 1931. won Qualifying cometition, British Ladies Championship 1932, semi-finalist 1929 1933. Played for Scotand in International Matches 1922 25 27 29 30 31 32 33. Great Britian v USA 1932. Great Britain v France 1932 33 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Payne, Mrs P.L (later Mrs Philip Hill)
b London 28 Aug 1898
Clubs: Addington, Princes (Sandwich), Berkshire, Ladies Stage Golfing Society.
Finalist French Ladies open Championship 1929 semi-finalist 1928. With Mrs Percy Garon won London Ladies Foursomes 1928, and finalist in 1930 with Miss Enid Wilson. Finalsit in French Mixed Foursomes with Major P Charlton 1930. (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Pearse, Mrs R. W. (nee Miss Winifred Sarson)
b 1902
Club: Wimbledon Park
Won Girls Championship 1921. Sussex Ladies Championship 1924 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Pearson Miss Issette (later Mrs Miller)
Founding Secretary of the LGU

Pearson, Miss Dorothy Marion Westall
b London, 2nd May 1908
Clubs Nevil, Tunbridge Wells, St Rule, Camberley Heath.
won English Ladies Close Championship 1933, runner up 1928; Runner-up in Girls Championship 1924; British Ladies Open Championship 1927; Kent Championship 1920. Represented England in Iternational matches 1928, 29,30, 31, 32. (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Pederson, Miss Pernille
D.O.B. 17 February 1963
Denmark
Winner of 9 Danish junior and 3 senior skiing titles. British champion 1992. World Cup 1992. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Perriam, Miss Andrea
D.O.B. 14 November 1970
Club: Bargoed and Whitchurch
Under 15 Golf Foundation champion 1985. Finalist Welsh Girls' championship 1988. South Western Girls' champion 1988. South Western Intermediate champion 1990,1991. Glamorgan champion 1990. Welsh Girl International 1985-1988. European Junior Team championships 1986,1988,1990. Welsh International '1988, 1990- 1992. European Team championships 1991, 1992. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Pentony, Miss Eithne
b Dublin
Clubs: Hermitage, Sutton, Lucan
Won Irish Ladies Championship 1931-33; Danish Ladies Championship 1933; Runner-up Swedish Ladies Championship 1933. Played for Great Britain v France1932. A member of the British team that toured South Africa 1933 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Percy, Mrs Hugh J (nee Miss Gertrude Mitchell)
b Polmont 21 Dec 1889
Clubs: Alnmouth and Gullane.
Won Scottish Ladies Championship 1925; Northumberland County Championship 1925.26.28.29.32.33. REpresented Scotland in International Matches 1926,27,28,31 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Phillips, Mrs Rupert
Clubs: Radyr, Southerndown, Royal Porthcawl
Winner of the Welsh Ladies Championship 1920 (From Golfers Handbook 1934) (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Plumpton, Miss Diana JM
b Singapore 4th May 1911
Club: Frinton-on-Sea
Reached last 8 Girls Championship 1929; runner-up Essex ladies Championship 1932, runner-up British Ladies Championship 1933. Represented Great Britain in South Africa Tour 1933 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Pickard, Mrs Kathleen Margaret (nee Nichol)
D.O.B. 25 April 1938
Club: Alnmouth
Northumberland champion fifteen times between 1956 and 1982. Northern champion 1957, 1958. Finalist English championship 1957,1967. English champion 1960. Vagliano Trophy 1959, 1961, 1967. Curtis Cup 196t1, 1970. Captain of England in European Team championships and Home Internationals 1983. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Pierce, Miss Caroline Ann
D.O.B. 2 August 1963
Turned professional 1986.
Sussex Girls' champion 1978, 1979. South Eastern Girls' champion 1979. Sussex champion 1980. Runner-up Wentworth Scratch Trophy 1984. Runner-up English Stroke-play 1985. Tied for Astor Salver 1986. Semi-finalist British championship 1986. Curtis Cup reserve 1986. Won LPGA's Qualifying School 1988. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Pilgrim, Miss Eleanor
D.O.B. 15 February 1976
Club: St Pierre
Monmouth champion 1994, 1995. Welsh Girls' champion 1995. South West champion 1997. Welsh champion 1997. Welsh Girl International 1993-1995. Welsh International 1995,1997. First reserve Curtis Cup 1998. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Pook, Mrs Elizabeth (nee Chadwick)
D.O.B. 4 April 1943
Club: Bramhall Park
Central England Foursomes 19621964. Finalist English championship 1963. Cheshire champion 1963-1967. Northern champion 19651967. British champion 1966, 1967. Curtis Cup 1966. Commonwealth tournament 1967. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Pors, Miss Tina
D.O.B. 21 October 1959
Club: Rungsted, Denmark
Finalist Danish Girls' championship 1975. Danish Girls' champion 1976, 1977. Danish champion '1979, 1983, 1984, 1987. Scandinavian champion 1984. World Team championships 1976, 1984. European Team championships 1981, 1983, 1987. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Power, Mrs Eileen Rose (nee McDaid)
D.O.B. 9 November 1966
Club: Kilkenny
Irish Girls champion 1983. Lahinch Scratch Cup 1983. Munster champion 1985, 199.3, 1994. Shannon and Hermitage Scratch Cups 1987, 1988, 1993. Semi-final Irish championship 1988. Irish champion 1990, 1992, 1995. Runner-up Irish championship 1997. Cork Scratch Cup 1991, 1992. Lahinch, Hermitage, Wood brook, Waterford, Castleroy Scratch Cups 1992. Second Irish Stroke Play championship 1993. Second qualifier British Match Play championship 1994. Second British Stroke Play champlonship 1994. Waterford and Castleroy Scratch Cups 1995. Castleroy Scratch Cup 1996. Irish Stroke Play championship 1996. Leading qualifier British championship 1996. Junior European Team championship 1984, 1986. European Team championships 1987, 1989,1991,1993,1995,1997, Irish International 1987-1997. Curtis Cup 1994. Curtis Cup reserve 1996. Irish Golf Writers' Trophy 1990-1992 and 1995. ILGU Golfer of the Year 1991, 1992. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Price Fisher, Mrs Elizabeth
D.O.B. 17 January 1923
Club: Hankley Common
Finalist English championship 1947, 1954, 1955. Danish champion 1952. Finalist British championship 1954, 1958. Surrey champion '1954-1958, 1960. Fairway and Hazard Foursomes 1954, 1960. Spalding tournament 1955, 1959. Astor Salver 1955, 1956, '1959. South Eastern champion 1955, 1959, 1960, 1969. Oaks tournament 19)7, Tied for Kayser-Bondor Foursomes 1958. British championship 1959. Roehampton Cold Cup 1960, Alberta champion 1961. Portuguese champion 1964. Central England Foursomes 1971, 1976, 1982. English International 1948-1960. Curtis Cup 1950, 1952, 1954, 1956, 1958, 1960. CB versus Canada 1950, 1954, 1958; versus France 1953, 1955, 1957; versus Belgium 1953, 1955, 1957. Commonwealth tournament '1955, 1959. Vagliano Trophy 1959. Golf Writers' Trophy 1952. Women's Coif Correspondent of the Daily Telegraph until 1986. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Provis, Mrs (nee Ida Kyle)
b st Andrews 11 May 1893
Club St Rule
Runner-up in Scottish Ladies Championship 1911; REpresented Scotland in the International Matches 1910 1911; Won Fife County Cup 1913 and Scottish Victory Cup 1919 (From Golfers Handbook 1934)

Prosser, Miss Sally Georgina
D.O.B. 5 August 1963
Turned professional 1989.
Surrey Girls' champion 1981. Finalist Surrey championship 1983. Wentworth Scratch Trophy 1983. Surrey champion 1986. Runner-up English Intermediate championship 1986. English Stroke Play championship 1988. (from Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

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