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These have included President of Yorkshire in their centenary year of 2000, chairman of the English Ladies' Golf Association in '87, Ladies' Golf Union in '94 and President of the Ladies' Golf Union, which runs international competitions including the Curtis Cup, from 2000 to 2003.
It might encourage them [male-only golf clubs] to change their ways," Salmond said when it was revealed the Ladies' Golf Union had lifted its ban on staging events such as the Women's British Open at venues such as Muirfield, which - along with the R&A - is one of the last bastions of a curiously 19th-century obsession with keeping women out of golf clubs.
The Ladies' Golf Union have put together an 18-strong winter training group.
England won bronze in that first tournament and then, in subsequent years, joined forces with the other home countries in a GB&I team selected by the Ladies' Golf Union.
Andy Salmon, secretary of the Ladies' Golf Union, said: "It is good news.
Byline: By Chris Smart Western Mail Retired Monmouthshire magistrate Joan Neville has taken over as president of the Ladies' Golf Union - 17 years after she served as the union's chairman.
NEW YEAR'S DAY is a milestone day in Welsh golf when the Welsh Golfing Union and the Welsh Ladies' Golf Union merge to formthe Golf Union of Wales.
ANDY SALMON, Chief Executive Officer and Secretary of the Ladies' Golf Union since 2002, has resigned to take up a new role with De Vere Hotels.