Dorset’s Georgia Hall has completed an impressive double by winning the England Golf girls’ order of merit for 2012, sponsored by the golf tour operator, Lorrin Golf.
Lancashire’s Emily Taylor is England’s number one woman golfer of 2012. The teenager has topped the England Golf women’s order of merit, sponsored by the golf tour operator Lorrin Golf.
Neil Raymond (Corhampton, Hampshire, IoW & CI), Brabazon Trophy winner for the past two years and an England international for the same period, has won the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf Men’s order of merit for 2012.
Although the ‘major’ home titles eluded him, Max Orrin (North Foreland, Kent) has won the Titleist/FootJoy England Golf Boys’ Order of Merit for 2012.
English U15 girls’ champion Sophie Madden is among 23 talented young players who have been selected for England Golf Select regional training squads for 2012/13.
Despite being pre-occupied with exams, Matthew Fitzpatrick (Hallamshire, Yorkshire) won the annual Daily Telegraph Junior Championship by a street at an autumnal Close House in Northumberland.
England’s emerging young golfers displayed their fighting qualities by completing a clean sweep of the autumn under 16 home internationals.
Edward Richardson (Hemsted Forest, Kent), a former England international, secured a place in next month's UBS Hong Kong Open on the European Tour when he won the Hong Kong Open Amateur Championship at Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club.
English Champion Harry Ellis and Under 16 Champion Jake Storey have been included in an 11-strong England Boys training squad for 2012 and 2013.
The England Golf Partnership (EGP) is inviting nominations for its annual awards which recognise, celebrate and reward outstanding volunteers in golf.
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