[Irish Independent] - The Scratch Cup winners to date are: Smith at Royal Portrush); Paula Grant (Lisburn) at Royal Co Down; Sarah Cunningham (Ennis) at Cork; Sue Phillips (Woodbrook) at Woodbrook; Delaney (Carlow) at Lahinch. STEPHEN Healy of Claremorris bounced back from
[Belfast Newsletter] - Winner of the Hermitage Ladies Scratch Cup (sponsored by Dermot Kelly Ltd) Paula Grant (Lisburn) after her victory on Sunday ( ). Picture by Pat Cashman LISBURN'S Paula Grant joined a host of legends when she won the 41st Hermitage Ladies
[Irish Times] - Other Irish in the field include: Jessia Carty, Karen Delaney, Paula Grant, Lisa Maguire, Chloe Ryan, Jean O'Driscoll, and Deirdre Smith. Palmer Cup at Royal County Down. THERE might only be one golfing show in town this week with all attention focused
[Ulster Star] - LISBURN'S Paula Grant joined a very select group of legends when she won the prestigious Scratch Cup at the Hermitage Golf Club at Lucan, Dublin last weekend. The high quality field included all the top Irish amateurs. Curtis Cup player Leona Maguire
[Longview Daily News] - Lilacs are in full bloom at the Hulda KLager Lilac Gardens in Woodland, and Paula Grant of Longview takes in a whiff of their pungent aroma earlier this week. The annual Lilac Days open house — during which Klager's Victorian farmhouse is open to the
[Irish Times] - LISBURN'S Paula Grant joined a long list of legendary former winners when she won the 41st Hermitage Ladies Scratch Cup, sponsored by Dermot Kelly Ltd, at a chilly but dry Hermitage Golf Club on Sunday. Trailing Mary Dowling's excellent 69 at lunchtime
[Irish Times] - Paula Grant (Lisburn) carded a two-under-par 71 in the afternoon to win the event and finish third in the Order of Merit, while Smith held on to her second place after finishing in fourth position at the final event at Hermitage.
[Irish Times] - Leona's twin sister Lisa is sure to feature as are high-performance panellists Paula Grant (Lisburn) and Jessica Carty (Holywood). With a quarter of the 72-strong quality field playing off scratch or lower, internationals Gillian O'Leary (Cork)