Welcome to our Ladies Section
Find out who’s who and what’s going on, including competitions, matches and social events.
New to golf or to Eaton Golf Club?
Our buddy scheme will help you get involved and make new friends. It’s run by our Ladies' Captain, Sally Benton, and Ladies' Vice Captain, Lyndsey Hewison, and introduces you to other players of similar ability. Please use the contact form below to find out more.
Sign up for Sundays!
Many of our competitions can be entered either on Tuesdays or Sundays. Regular Sunday players often need partners so we’re running a WhatsApp group to help. Please join if you are happy to mark a card or you want a partner for a Sunday competition. Please use the contact form below to sign up.
Meet the 2022 Ladies’ Committee
Sally Benton - Captain
Catherine Jeffries - President
Lyndsey Hewison - Vice-Captain
Avril Carey - Secretary
Kay Bailey - Finance Officer
Other members support the section in many ways, including:
Eppie Zandvoort - Ladies’ Handicap Secretary and County Delegate
Chris Gillham - Norfolk Vets Liaison Officer
Sharon Allen, Kay Bailey, Debbie Pollard-Barns, Sally Benton, Monica Dorrington, Lyndsey Hewison, Sue Hosking and Ann Lockhart - Team Organisers
Roll of honour
We play for over 50 women’s or mixed trophies each year. Please see below the ladies winners throughout our history.
Women in Golf Charter
We are proud to have a large, inclusive ladies section at Eaton Golf Club. The section is comprised of players of all ages, abilities and experiences who enjoy spending time together enjoying our fantastic course and clubhouse.
We are delighted to be a Women in Golf Charter Signatory and work towards certain commitments to develop women and girls golf, helping England Golf and the R&A to:
* Encourage more women and girls to play the game and join clubs
* Inspire more families to enjoy golf as a group leisure activity
* Open up more opportunities for women to work within the golf industry
Our Charter Champions are Sally Benton and Lyndsey Hewison, supported by 10 buddies, with more coming on board all the time.