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Alex and Ann Peters Mother and Daughter

Ann and Alex Peters of Shifnal Golf Club successfully defended their Mothers and Daughters’ title at Royal Mid-Surrey Golf Club in London.

Ann expressed her joy, especially as this marked their last competition together before Alex’s wedding.

The duo clinched victory by a single shot, securing their fifth win in this prestigious event.

Ann, who had previously triumphed with her daughter in 2010, 2011, and 2012, shared her sentiments, saying, “Winning was a real thrill and really meant a lot to me because Alex is getting married next month and so we won’t be able to compete as Mrs and Miss Peters ever again.”

Alex, a former Ladies European Tour player, reverted to amateur status three years ago.

She showcased her prowess with a remarkable +3 handicap, while her mother played off a 6 handicap.

Negotiating a composite course that featured holes from both the traditional Pam Barton course and the longer JH Taylor course added to the challenge.

Ann reflected on the competition, stating, “It made it more difficult this year, but given the recent wet weather, the course was just amazing and the fairways were in great shape, with medium-paced greens that challenged us right up to the end. It’s a lovely event and one of my favourite weekends of the year.”

The event, which has been hosted at the Richmond venue for over half a century, continues to attract female pairings from across the UK.

This 27-hole medal foursomes event, dating back to 1932, remains one of the country’s oldest and most revered competitions for women golfers.

Karen and Madelene Kuhler from Walton Heath secured the runner-up position in a highly competitive field.

Additionally, Eliza Jarvis from Hindhead claimed the Meg Kent Trophy for U16 players.

Eliza Jarvis

For more information on the Mothers and Daughters event in 2025 visit or further information on Royal Mid-Surrey can be found on the club’s website