The Nottinghamshire Golf Club, 25th July 2016
The competition is open to girls with a “Competition” CONGU handicap, who are eligible to enter the 2016 English Girls U18, English Under 16 or English U14 Championships. In possession of a handicap not exceeding 20.4 for Under 14’s and 18.4 for Under 18’s. Each player needs to submit their six best nett scores in relation to the scratch score of the course. The competition will run from 1st March 2015 to 31st March 2016.
Play will be from the red tees on the MASTERS course at The Nottinghamshire Golf Club. The Final is to be played on current handicap, with the winner to hold the Abraham Trophy for one year.
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- 19.07.16: ‘Most improved’ girl golfers target Abraham Trophy - Talented youngsters from across the country will play off in Monday's national final of the Abraham Trophy for England's most improved girl golfers.
- 27.07.15: Sophie wins England’s ‘most improved’ title - Teenager Sophie Wheeler blew away the opposition to win the Abraham Trophy at Royal Cromer and claim the title of England's most improved girl golfer.
- 10.06.15: ‘Most improved’ girl golfers head to national final - Twenty-three youngsters are heading to the final of the Abraham Trophy to find the most improved girl golfer in the country.
- 28.07.14: Abraham Trophy win for Yorkshire’s Charlotte - Yorkshire teenager Charlotte Eastwood swept to a four shot win in today's Abraham Trophy final at Copt Heath, Warwickshire, and claimed the title of England's most improved girl golfer.
The Nottinghamshire boasts two magnificent 18 hole courses, set in 340 acres of parkland. An ongoing programme of redevelopment and improvement to both means The Nottinghamshire continues to offer a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
The Abraham Trophy Final will be played on the Signature course. The Signature Course was extended in 1997 from a 9-hole to an 18-hole course, with the new nine designed by Peter Alliss. The front nine has recently undergone some major renovation and remodelling, and combines hedgerows and undulating fairways with large greens and water features.