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The Hodson Trophy
Presented to the Society by Marian Hodson, the first Captain of the Society in 1959, at the inauguration of the Society. Presented at the Summer Meeting to the club with the best three combined scores.
The Jackson Trophy
Presented to the Society by Mrs F Jackson at the inauguration of the Society.
At the Committee Meeting on 18th February 1970 the Captain informed the meeting that “The Jackson Trophy had been stolen from the home of Mrs M Garner of Grange Park GC, and asked for suggestions for raising money to replace it. The Secretary reported that the total present in the Society’s deposit account was £254.19.0, this sum included the £65 paid by the insurance company. It was agreed that a raffle should be held at the Bridge Afternoon. The replacement cost was £135.
Presented at the Summer Meeting for the best score over 18 holes.
The Nicholson Trophy
Presented to the Society by Mr Tom Nicholson of Wigan GC in 1999.
Presented at the Spring Meeting to the club with the best three combined scores.
The Silver Jubilee Trophy
To commemorate the Silver Jubilee of the Society in 1984. Presented at the Spring Meeting for the best score over 18 holes.
The Golden Jubilee Trophy
To commemorate the Golden Jubilee of the Society in 2009. Presented at the Summer Meeting for the best combined Club score over the Spring and Summer Meetings.
The Society Flag
Presented to the Society on 18th August 1959 by the West Derby Captain, Mr E C Bolton. A new flag was purchased by Mrs Ann Hurst of Childwall in 1978 at a cost of £25.50 + VAT, and flown for the first time at Formby Ladies that year.
The Society Presentation Cloth
It is noted in the committee minutes of 25th January 1978: “The Captain and Committee would like to place on record their thanks and appreciation to Miss J Richardson and Mrs S Whittaker for the magnificent cloth worked to the design of the Society’s emblem by Mrs F French of Huyton & Prescot, that Miss Richardson presented today, and is a masterpiece of beautiful design and embroidery and will greatly enhance the table at our meetings.”