A United Golf Association "Amateur Women Championship Flight Winner" trophy won by Ethel Funches in 1968.
2015.249.1a: The trophy is made of metal, probably an alloy painted to look like gold. It is on top of a 5" dark brown wooden square base which is on top of a 3/4" thick flat wooden base. The trophy is a gold cup style. There is a circular base with a textured edge. The column is rounded at the bottom, gets thinner at the top, and ends in a sphere-like shape. The column has a ribbed texture. On top of the column is the main cup part of the trophy. It has a handle on each side that is shaped like a wreath. On top of the cup there is a base with two wing designs and a fleur-de-lis in the middle. At the top of the trophy, there is a figure of a female golfer. Her hair is pulled back and she is wearing a short sleeve blouse and a skirt that falls just below the knee. Her feet are turned and her arms are back as if she is about to swing a golf club. However, the golf club appears to be missing.
2015.249.1b: The plate for the front of trophy is a silver colored metal. At the top there is a logo which reads "United Golf Association 1968". The following words are under the logo- "AMATEUR WOMEN / CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT WINNER / FALSTAFF BREWING CO." There are no words on the back of the plate. The front of the plate has a reflective surface.