NADIA Stirling has been on form since competition resumed for Ross Golf Club Ladies.
She started off winning the Spring meeting with a great 38 points, followed up with another win in the Rose Bowl qualifier with a nett 71.
Although only achieving third place in the Kit Kat Stableford, she scored an impressive 40 points, close behind Alison Hope and Wendy Ancrum who scored 41 and 40 points respectively.
Relative newcomer Victoria Northcott won the July medal with a nett score of 70.
Rhian McGinley won the first competition this season, a Trial Stableford by scoring an amazing 43 points.
The deferred 2019 Medal Salver was eventually played and was won by Lois Price with a nett 73.
The Lady Captain’s Day held on was a Florida Scramble and played by 84 ladies. The winning team was Jan Armstrong, Kerry Welding, Rhian McGinley and Amanda Marshall with 59.2.
Some 45 ladies went to play at Bransford Golf Club in the lady captain’s away day. The winners were the lady captain’s team of Mary Smith, Maureen Turner and Ruth Kirchmeier with 75 points.