WLGUWelsh Ladies' Golf Union (now Golf Union of Wales; Newport, Wales, UK)
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Webster was the WLGU's first full-time secretary and has seen the union through a period of unprecedented change and growth in the sport in Wales.
The joint working party that has come to the far-reaching decisions comprises WGU president Keith Price, former president Andrew Morgan, treasurer Tony Disley, secretary Richard Dixon, WLGU secretary Liz Edwards, treasurer Margaret Thomas, executive committee member Sally Hutchinson and solicitor Pam Valentine, who has acted as chairman.
"It's fairly unique in recent times to have three sisters in squads and they have done very well," said WLGU secretary Liz Edwards.
PRESTATYN'S Marianne Thomas and Hazel Black took second on a countback in the final of the WLGU Australian Spoons competition at Borth & Ynyslas.
Sara Williams and Pauline Peacock will represent Calys in the WLGU Centenary Greensome finals at Aberdovey.
Rowena Watson and Anne Rimmer scored 39 to win a WLGU centenary comp by one from Gill Boulden and Janet Barrington.
She was a Welsh international on and off for 20 years and currently serves on the WLGU selection and training committees.
Murial Wynne and Dorothy Owen won the WLGU Centenary green some with 42 points.
Janet Barrington and Gill Boulden won the WLGU Centenary competition with 41 points, four ahead of Gill's daughter Kim and VivEdwards in second.
During the winter she visited Australia and broke the course record at Belmont,New SouthWales and as a memento, she was presented with a pendant by WLGU President Jill Edwards.