Overview

There is no age limit on playing golf and in Derbyshire we try to organise events for the more mature player as well as the younger ones.

Click here to view Ladies' Senior Events

Click here to view Men's Senior Championship Information

Ladies aged 50 and over

Do you have a handicap of 12 or less?
Do you admit to being 50 or more years old?
Do you enjoy matchplay?
Are you competitive?

If so, you are eligible to join the senior section!

The section formed in 1996 held its first seniors championship later that year. Teams from Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Yorkshire challenge us to matches each year, alternating between home and away fixtures.
Matches versus the Derbyshire Senior Men and the County Ladies 1st team are keenly contested. Matches are usually played on a scratch match play basis and are self-funded by the players involved.

Would you like further information?

Contact: Janet Carlin, Seniors' Captain

Ladies aged 55 and over

Derbyshire Ladies Veteran Golf Association

How To Join
In January Membership Registration/Application Forms are sent out to club DLVGA reps or in the absence of a nominated rep, to the club's Ladies Secretary, for all members interested in playing in the DLVGA matches and competitions throughout the season.

Although the membership form is completed by the club rep and returned to the DLVGA secretary, ladies can join later in the year or by contacting the secretary direct (contact details below)

Minimum age for DLVGA membership is 55 years and the Annual Subscription is £6.00


DLVGA Secretary Derren Payton

email address Derren Payton

phone number 0114 247 3381


The Derbyshire Ladies Veteran Golf Association was formed in 1960 for county members aged 50 and above. The President elected was Miss Phyllis Evershed, Captain was Mrs Gertrude Thomas and Miss Dorothy Walton was secretary and treasurer.

The first competition was held at Erewash Valley Golf Club and as the association grew several of the founder members offered to give cups or trophies to play for, including the Joan Gee Cup, the Nancy Henriques Trophy, the Phyllis Evershed Team Trophy, the Gertrude Thomas Trophy and the Dorothy Walton Foursomes Trophy, all of which are still being played for.

Over the years Derbyshire have played against fellow Counties, including Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Leciestershire, Warwickshire and Lincolnshire. (The last two Counties are now longer played against.) In 1966 a Bronze team was proposed and they subsequently played against Leicestershire, Staffordshire and Nottinghamshire.

Over the years the Association became so popular that the age limit was raised to 55 and then to 60, but was reduced back down to 55 in 2016.

Most of the original rules laid down in 1960 still apply, with over 250 ladies taking an active part with membership form 22 Derbyshire clubs. This friendly association still has the same enthusiasm as was first envisaged by our founder members and in 2009 celebrated their Golden Jubilee at Erewash Valley Golf Club.

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