I can't believe the last time I posted a blog was five weeks ago, and now we're almost into June. Where does the time go?
I've since been to Castlemartyr Resort in Ireland and what a relaxing place it is and one that I'd definitely recommend. Easy to get to for me, just a short flight to Cork from Stansted. I enjoyed the golf course, whizzing round on my own making notes, and I was pleased that I booked myself a head massage because the treatment and the overall experience of the spa was excellent.
Other than a personal city break to Berlin that combined seeing Rod Stewart in concert (whatever he's on at his age, I want it!) and taking my mum to Bournemouth for a few days, it has been a very busy month of meetings and planning content for this site and the next issue of Women & Golf. And, of course, playing golf whenever I have an opportunity to do so, although this still isn't as much as I'd like. I did manage 18 holes of crazy golf in Bournemouth - competitive as ever! Not sure about golf in heels though ...
What a weekend we've just had for British Women's Golf. England's Annabel Dimmock won the LET event at the Evian Resort in France and fellow Englishwoman Bronte Law celebrated her first LPGA victory, and with it she banked a cheque for $195,000 - wow!
I had the pleasure of playing golf with a young Bronte at a media event at Fulford Golf Club in Yorkshire when she was in the process of deciding what university she would like to attend in the US. This tenacious lady knew exactly where she was going in terms of her golfing career and I knew then that she was destined to go far ... well deserved.
Until next time ... not too long I hope!