‘Ladies First’ afternoon tea

AS PART of their course in Museum and Gallery Studies, a group of six St Andrews University post-graduate students is shortly putting on an exhibition entitled ‘Ladies First’ in the British Golf Museum in St Andrews.

To help with their fund-raising, they entertained Carnoustie Ladies’ Golf Club, the oldest independent ladies’ golf club in the world, to a delicious afternoon tea in their clubrooms on Friday.

The students also brought along several golf clubs made in the late 1800s and early 1900s for the ladies to hit some balls and discover a little of what it was like to play golf a century ago. The exhibition opens on March 15 and runs until the Ricoh Women’s Open in August.