WENDY Wynn is revelling in her year as lady captain of her golf club.

The retired music teacher, a Manchester United season-ticket holder who also enjoys sailing, tennis and dog walking, has been a member of Wilmslow Golf Club for 20 years but started out at Alderley Edge Golf Club.

Her time as captain is keeping the Great Warford resident busy.

"It was the highlight of my golfing career to be asked to be lady captain and I have enjoyed many outings to other clubs with friends during the season," she said.

“My current handicap is 19.4 and my best was 17 – in the old money before WHS!

“Wilmslow is a wonderful course and it has shown this by the number of societies, county and England requests we have to play here.

“I usually play about three times a week and my favourite hole at Wilmslow is the ninth from the elevated tee."

Fundraising is all part and parcel of captaincy and she explained why her chosen charity is the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, which is mainly an outdoor facility for terminally ill, disabled and disadvantaged children.

"It is a magical place where laughter and happy times are encouraged, friendships blossom and illness and sorrow are forgotten. It is near Altrincham and also has residential facilities," she said.

In recent results, a medal at Alderley Edge was won by Mike Harding with 66, one shot clear of Neil Johnson.

Edge’s women played a progressive team stableford and on top with 66 were Karen Pennington, Gwyneth Holt and Rose Ramahlo.

Styal women played their latest Summer Cup qualifier and Sheila Harrison led in with 17, two more than Janice Whalley and Susan Sangster.

The Wednesday stableford at Styal had a clear winner in Elliott Watts with 39, three more than Ryan Owen and Iwan Evans.

Styal seniors were in yellow tee action and John Folds was first past the post with 38 from Mark Woodhead 37.

The Friday Frolics at Styal had Cole Brown in top spot with 22 from Ken Bristowe, Michael Roberts and Len Rowland, all 20.