Dot Karen Jobling YVLGA Champion

Richmond Golf Club Ladies Section

At Richmond Golf Club we are very proud of our very successful  Ladies Section which currently has over sixty active members, who play golf on a regular basis whatever the season.

We welcome new players of all abilities, whether you are a scratch player, a seasoned handicapper, or a novice, you will find Richmond a friendly place to play your golf.

Taster Days

If you are thinking about taking up golf we offer regular Taster Days, where with other prospective members, you can get together with our professional Dan Hood, and other lady members and we will show you how enjoyable golf can be, not only as a sport but also a social activity.

If you do decide to join us we will appoint a lady member as your mentor to look after you, she will mentor you through the game, the rules, the dos’ and don’ts of golf and introduce you to the other members. She will be there to help whenever you need her.

Golf is a great way to meet and make new friends!

Quote received from a lady currently taking part in the Taster sessions.

 'Please accept my thanks for all you've done for us this year , I have thoroughly enjoyed all the coaching and mentoring.'  


Once we have inspired in you the confidence to play a few rounds on the course and achieve your handicap, you may want to play in the ladies competitions.

We have regular competitions throughout the year on Wednesdays and Sundays. The competitions can be seriously competitive or fun, but either way they are an opportunity to meet and make new friends.

Friendly and County Matches

If you are a competitive golfer Richmond Ladies Section compete in the Teesside Lady Golfers Alliance and the Yorkshire County Ladies Golf Association, as well as playing host to, and visiting other clubs for frequent friendly matches.  

Mixed competitions

Should you tire of playing all of your golf with ladies you could enter our mixed competitions.

We have a full calendar of mixed events throughout the summer, they are great fun; don’t worry, if you don’t have a male golf partner, we will find one for you!  

 Social Events

The club organise a various selection of social events during the year, everything from a quiz to tribute nights, they are great fun and  an opportunity to share some off course enjoyment with your new found friends. 

 So if you feel you would like to join us please get in touch.


Top - Dot -a rather colourful lady!  - Lady Captain's Day 2018

Middle - Ladies Club Champion 2018 - Jo Young

Bottom - England International - Karen Jobling


Your Lady Captain, and Vice Captain, would like to wish you all the very best for 2018.

Winter Dales Alliance

Poor weather conditions forced the last match at Catterick to be abandoned. Unable to re-arrange, the 2017/18 results stand with Catterick top of the league followed very closely by Richmond. Congratulations to all.

Wednesday winter competition results

Silver division. 1st Mary Ann Hide. 2nd Jo Young Bronze division. 1st Elaine Wood 2nd Pam Reddick Copper division. 1st Anne Rose. 2nd Lilian Hay Congratulations to you all

Sunday winter competition results

Silver division 1st Mary Ann Hide. 2nd Davina Mathews Bronze division 1st Alison Stanwix 2nd Cherry Mains Well played all of you.

Captains' Drive In 2018

What a great turn out. The sun shone, the snow fell but we completed 9 holes! Well played everyone, especially Barbara Willis who came third, Elaine Wood who came second and our winner, Karen Jobling. Here's to a good golfing 2018

Fashion icon 2018!!

Ladies, please note the fashion attire of Lesley. You too could look this good!! There's one thing for sure - she was warm!!!!

Rabbits run scared!!!!!

Congratulations ladies in winning the rabbits v ladies match. What a start to the season. Never mind lads, you tried your best!!!!

Easter Competitions

Well done to everyone who braved the weather to play in the Easter Competitions. Wednesday's winner was Jo and Penny was first on Sunday. Thanks to you all for the thought and effort you'd put into the prizes.

Toffs v Ladies

After a fiercely fought competition the Toffs just managed to retain the teapot. Tim tried to confuse us with the format and obviously succeeded!! Well done guys. We look forward to another game in September.

The weather conditions at the start of the season have been challenging to say the least. So congratulations to all those who have returned winning scores.

A golden opportunity to show your true colours!!!!

With a determination, worthy of a winner, Jo Young fought the awful conditions to become Richmond's Ladies'Club Champion 2018.