GEMMA DRYBURGH WINS THE LATEST JUSTIN ROSE LADIES SERIES
By Martin Dempster
Gemma Dryburgh set up a double family celebration as she won the latest Rose Ladies Series event, beating a star-studded field at The Buckinghamshire.
The 27-year-old Scot stormed home in four under par as she recovered from a poor start to card a three-under 69, winning by a shot from English pair Georgia Hall and Cara Gainer.
Dryburgh’s success came on the same day her parents celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary and her dad John was on caddying duties.
“I’m very happy and there will be lots of drinks tonight,” admitted Dryburgh, who was born in Aberdeen but now lives at Beaconsfield in Buckinghamshire."
As well as Hall, the field included Charley Hull and Bronte Law, all members of last year’s Solheim Cup side at Gleneagles. “It is definitely the best win of my pro career,” added Dryburgh. Read full story in The Scotsman Newspaper