At last some good weather arrived and let us hope that it remains for the rest of the summer. It does make a difference to play golf in dry, warm conditions, and the greens at South Pembs are in excellent condition, although I can't say the same for my putting (writes A. D.). The result of the GUW Medal and Bowls held on April 2 was: Silver Division - winner Anita Davies nett 79, runner-up Ros Williams nett 84; Bronze Division - winner Ria Phillips nett 84, runner-up Mary Mountney 85 nett. Anita and Ria will join Lynne Rees and Mary Lewis in the Area Finals at Haverfordwest. Another qualifier, the Coronation Foursomes, was held on April 9: 1. Ros Williams and Anita Davies 30 pts; 2. Lynne Rees and Ria Phillips 25. Lady captain Lynne Rees very generously provided lots of Easter Eggs on April 16, when we were split into three divisions. Division One - winner Anita Davies 27 pts, 2. Mary Mountney 27, 3. Ros Williams 26; Division Two - winner Carol Blackwell 32 pts, 2. Ann Rees 28, 3. Jane Parsons 24; Division Three - winner Jayne Lewis 30 pts, 2. Ann Harvison, 3. Shan Thomas 23. The eggs were yummy! There was a small field for the stableford on April 23, as most of us were away on our spring break at Bryn Meadows, a report of which appeared in last week's edition (thank you, Lynne, for a most enjoyable few days away). Results - 1. Mary Mountney, 2. Geraldine Alderman. The club was honoured to host the Society of Pembrokeshire Lady Captains Spring Foursomes on Monday, April 28. Best gross was by Anita Davies (South Pembs) and Lynwym Gwynedd (Newport Links) 93; 2. Anne Wilks (Tenby) and Mary Christopher (Milford Haven) 98; 3. Ann Williams (South Pembs.) and Nellie Harper (Newport Links) 98. Best nett was by Heather Morgan (Tenby) and Pearl Slate (Milford Haven) 77; 2. Jean Charnock (Tenby) and Ann Owen (Haverfordwest), also 77; 3. Andrea Dutton (Haverfordwest) and Carol Blackwell (South Pembs.) 79. Well done all the winners. The Spring Cup played on April 30 was won by Anita Davies with 36 pts, with the runner-up being Mary Mountney on 34. On May 1, Lynne Rees and Anita Davies set off in the rain to Carmarthen to play against Jean Barrat and Jennifer Lewis in the West Wales Jubilee Foursomes. It looked as if we were going to get very wet, but after an hour of rain, the sun came out and we had an enjoyable match. The company was good, as was the course. South Pembs won 3 and 2 and will be hosting Tenby in the next round. The GUW Medal and Dragon Brooch were played for on May 7: 1. Mary Lewis nett 74 and a handicap cut; 2. Jane Parsons nett 78. The Australian Spoons, which is the last qualifier of the year, was contested on May 14, the winners going forward to play at Morriston: 1. Carole Blackwell and Mary Lewis 31 pts, beating Mary Mountney and Ria Phillips on the back nine. There were 11 entries in the Seniors Invitational Ladies: 1. Lynne Rees 34 pts; 2. Ann Rees 32, beating Mary Lewis on the back nine. These invitational events for the ladies are becoming very popular as it gives the working ladies a chance to put in cards for their handicap, so a big thank you to the sections who do invite the ladies to play. Finally, the first league match of the season was played on May 16 against Glynhir. We lost 3-2, but well done all who took part.