The 7th international Dr Irena Eris Ladies’ Golf Cup was held on 10-11 June 2013. Among events organised exclusively for women, this is the largest and most prestigious one in this part of Europe. In this year’s edition of the tournament, participants included female golfers from Poland, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Finland, Sweden and the UK.

After two days of competition on the Sand Valley G&CC course, the victor was Martyna Mierzwa, for whom this was the last tournament of her amateur career. Martyna was unrivalled. She played five strokes under par on the course, setting a new Sand Valley course record. This was a very strong finish to Martyna’s amateur career. When receiving the cup – which was specially designed by the company YES – the winner announced that she intended to fight to qualify for the Olympics in Rio.

Second place in the gross stroke play category went to Oksana Wojtkiewicz with a score of 159 strokes.
In the second round she had 78 strokes and an advantage of 14 strokes over the next competitor in the ranking. Third place went to Marianna Duczmal. Prizes were also awarded for 18 competition holes, which were played during the contest. As you can imagine, most of them were won by Martyna Mierzwa, who also won the 6-litre bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne, which is unavailable in Poland, in the post-competition tournament ‘Nearest to the Pin’ on hole No. 10.

During the tournament, Joanna Klimas took her first golf steps and Beata Sadowska made another appearance.
The tournament’s partners were: Maurice Lacroix, Veuve Clicquot, Deutsche Bank, Yes, Chervo, Rowiński – Wajdemajer Audi, Piano House Flats, Doram Design, and LI Parie.

The official mineral water of the tournament was Cisowianka Perlage.

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