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Wadsworth, Miss Helen
D.O.B. 7 April 1964.
Turned professional 1991.
Kent Girls' champion 1980. South Eastern Girls' champion 1981. Runner-up Northern Girls' championship 1983. Astor salver 1985. Wentworth Scratch Cup 1985. Welsh Open Stroke-play champion 1986. World Fourball championship 1988, Finalist British championship 1990. Kent champion 1990. Junior European team championship 1983. European team championships 1985, 1987, 1989. Home Internationals 1987, 1988, 1990. Curtis Cup 1990. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Waite, Miss Claire
D.O.B. 4 November 1964.
Turned professional 1985.
Wiltshire champion 1980, 1981, 1983, 19135. English and British Girls' championship 1982. Stoke Poges Scratch trophy 1982. Runner-up Welsh Stroke-play 1982. Finalist French Girls' championship 1983. Finalist Spanish championship 1983. Hoylake Foursomes 1983, 1984. British Stroke-play champion '1984. English champion 1984. Cotswold Hills Cold Vase 1984; runner up 19135. Leading qualifier US Amateur championship; South Atlantic champion; Trans-National champion; runner-up Doherty championships 1984. Finalist British championship 1985. World Team championships 1983. European Team championships 1983, 1985. Curtis Cup 1984. Jointly with Miss G Stewart the Avia Watches Woman Golfer of the Year 1984.(From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Walker, Miss Carole Michelle OBE
D.O.B. 17 December 1952
Turned professional 1973.
Portuguese champion 1971. French Girls' champion 1971. British Match-play champion 1971, 1972. Runner-up British Stroke-play championship 1972. Finalist British Match-play 1973. English champion 1973. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Mrs L Bayman) 1973. Spanish champion 1973. Trans-Mississippi champion 1973. European team championship 1971. Vagliano Trophy 1971. Curtis Cup 1972. Golf Writers' Trophy and Daks Woman Golfer of the Year 1973. Non-playing captain Solheim Cup side 1990,1992, 1994,1996. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Walter, Miss Julie
D.O.B. 4 December 1952
Club: 5t lves,
Hunts Runner-up Roehampton Gold Cup 1974. Cambs and Hunts Champion thirteen times between 1974 and 1991. Midland foursomes 1975. Midland champion 1980. English champion 1982. East Anglian champion 1986, 1991. European team Championships 1979. England International 1986. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Walters, Miss Adele Tracey
D.O.B. '14 April 1967
Club: Cosby
Midland Foursomes (with Miss D Hallis) 1981. Leicestershire Girls' champion1982-'1984. Finalist British Girls' championship 1983. Leicestershire champion 1985. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Waring, Miss Lesley Jean
D O.B. 22 March 1961
Club: Herefordshire
Worcestershire Girls' champion 1977, 1978. Midland Girls' :'1ampion 1978. Ohio State University golf team 1980-1984 captain 1984). Runner-up Cotswold Hills Gold Vase 1983. Midland champion 1984, 1985. Worcestershire champion 1985, 1987,1989. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Watson, Mrs Christine (nee Nelson)
D.O.B. 28 April 1952
Club: Hendon
Middlesex champion 1979, 1980, 1984, 1985. Finalist English Championship 1982. Buckinghamshire champion 1987, 1990-1992. 1993,1996,1997. Cotswold Hills Gold Vase 1987. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Watson, Mrs JB (nee Charlotte Stevenson) see Mrs C Beddows

Way, Miss Nicola
D.O.B. 23 July 1968
Turned professional 1989.
Finalist Sussex Girls' championship 1985. Sussex champion 1985. Semi-finalist British Girls' championship 1986. Stoke Poges Trophy 986. Finalist English Girls' championship 1986. Joint second Astor Salver 19137. London Foursomes (with Miss M J Corneleus and representing Neville) 1987. Joint second British Women's Stroke Play 1987. Avia Watches Foursomes (with Miss K Mitchell) 1988. Pleasington Putter 1988. Joint second Bridget Jackson Bowl 1988. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Webster, Mrs Sylvia (nee Hales)
D.O.B. 15 june 1947
South Wales Girls' champion 1963-1966, Welsh Girls' champion '1966. Welsh champion 1968, Welsh International 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, Captain Welsh side European team championships 1991. Captain Welsh side Home Internationals 1991. 1992, Welsh selector 1974-1977; 1979-1981, Appointed WLGU Secretary 1992, (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Westall, Mrs Sue
D.O.B. 15 july 1944
Club: Copt Heath
Warwickshire champion 1973,1974,1978,1994,1995. Midland champion 1977,1978, Runner-up Welsh Open Stroke Play championship 1978, Warwickshire County Team 1973-1997, Warwickshire Captain 1980.1981, President Midlands Division ELGA 1994-1997, Midland Veteran champion 1997. English International 1973,(From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wethered, Miss Joyce (later Lady Heathcoate-Amory)
b 17 Nov 1901
Clubs: Worplesdon
Winner of the Ladies Open Championship 1922 24,25, 29 runner-up 1921 semi-finalist 1923
English Ladies Championship 1920, 21,22,23,24 Runner-up in French Championship 1921. won Surrey Championship 1921 22,24,29. REpresented England in International Matches 1921,22,23,24,25,29 and GB v France 1931 and v USA 1932 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Wickenden, Miss Mriel Gough
b Tunbridge Wellss 21 Oct 1903
Club Nevill GC, Tunbridge Wells
Won Girls Championship 1922, semi-finalist 1921. Kent county Champion 1922 (from Golfers Handbook 1934)

Wickham, Miss Carol Elizabeth
D.O.B. 23 December 1960
Club: Laytown and Bettystown.
Ireland Irish Girls' champion 1978. Captain winning team in All Ireland Inter-Club tournament. Junior European Team championships 1982, 1983. Irish International 1983, 1989, European Team championships 1989. Runner-up Irish championship 1989. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wickham, Miss Philomena
D.O.B. 16 December 1957
Club: Laytown and Bettystown
Irish Girls' champion 1976, Irish Foursomes champion (with Miss C Hourihane) 1981. 1982, 1984. 1985, Castleroy Scratch Cup; Galway Scratch Cup; Heath Scratch Cup 1982. Connaught champion 1982, 1985, 1987. 1990, European Team championships 1983. Irish International 1983. 1987, Captain Irish Team in junior European Team championships 1986, (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wilson, Dr Aileen Johnston
Club: Haggs Castle
Renfrewshire champion 1974, 1976, 198.5, Finalist Scottish championship 1973. Scottish champion 1974. European Team championship 1973. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wilson, Miss Enid
b Stone Broom, near Alfreton, Derbyshire 15 March 1910
Clubs Notts, Sherwood Forest, Mullion, Chesterfield, Ringway, Wingerworth,.
Won Britsih Ladies Championship 1931-32-33, semi-finalsit 1927, 28 30. Won Englsih Close Championship 1928 1930, runner-up 1927. Won Girls Open Championship 1925. Won Midland Ladies Championship 1926,28,29, 30 (more in Golfers Handbook 1934)

Wollin, Mrs Liv (nee Forsell)
D.O.B. 17 April 1945
Turned professional 1984.
Scandinavian champion seven times between 1963 and 1972. Swedish champion ten times between 1963 and 1980, Swedish Open champion 1971, 1972, 1977, 1979, Finalist British championship 1980. Played in seven Vagliano Trophy. Eight times World Team championships, (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wood, Miss Mary Joan (See Mrs J N Duncan)

Wray, Miss Leonora
Clubs: Australian and Royal Sydney.
Won Ladies Championship of Australia 1907 1908 1929 (more in Goflers Handbook 1934)

Wright, Mrs Janette Sneddon (nee Robertson)
D.O.B. 7 January 1935
Clubs: Aboyne. Lenzie. Troon Ladies Cruden Bay, St Rule
British Girls' champion 1950. Lanarkshire champion 1954-1959. West of Scotland champion 1956, 1958, 1959, Finalist Scottish Championship 1958, Worplesdon Foursomes 1959. Scottish Champion 1959-1961. 1973. Kayser Bondor Foursomes 1961 (tied), North of Scotland champion 1970. Curtis Cup 1954, 1956, 1958, 1960, Toured Australia and New Zealand 1955. Vagliano Trophy 1959, 1961 Commonwealth tournament 1959, European Team championships 1965. 1973, Captain Scotland Home Internationals 1977. 1987, (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wright, Miss Morag
D.O,B, 30 November 1965
Turned professional 1993.
Semi-final Scottish championship 1991, Munross Trophy 1991. St Rule Trophy 1992. Scottish International 1990-1992, European Team championships 1991, Winner Laing the jeweller Order of Merit 1992. (From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

Wright, Miss Pamela
D.O,B. 26 June 1964
Turned professional 1988,
Lost in play-off British Stroke-play championship 1980, Finalist Scottish Girls' championship 1980. British Under 18 Stroke-play Champion and runner-up Under 23 age group 1981, Third British Stroke-play 1982. Finalist Scottish championship 1982, 1984, North of Scotland champion 1984. Helen Holm 1985. Runner-up St Rule Trophy 1985. Aberdeenshire champion 1985. Vagliano Trophy match 1981. Junior European team championships 1981-7. Curtis Cup reserve 1984, 1986, All American second team 1987, All American first team 1988, Ranked third in American College golf 1988. Rookie of the Year LPGA tour 1989. Solheim Cup 1990, 1992(From Weetabix Amateur Records 1998)

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