NEWS

2011

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Ashley Chesters

Three members of the re-formed England Squad will travel down under next month to challenge for several of Australia’s key championships, hoping to emulate the successes of the last two winters.

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There’s just one week left to nominate golf’s champion volunteers for top national awards from the England Golf Partnership.

Open Legacy

The Kent Open Legacy project, which helped introduce thousands of people to golf, has won the inaugural Golf Development Award from the PGAs of Europe.

Carrick Neill

Given the recent high-profile case in the media which saw a golfer awarded almost £400,000 in damages following an unfortunate incident on the course The English Golf Union (EGU) is encouraging clubs and golfers to be fully aware of the importance of having adequate insurance in place.

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The merger of the English Golf Union (EGU) and the English Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) was approved today (16 November 2011) at simultaneous general meetings of both organisations.

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Over the summer months, County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) throughout England have been working hard to provide a range of taster sessions and structured coaching opportunities enabling 36,083 participants to ‘Get into Golf’, the highest number of participants within a six-month period since the start...

Harrison Greenberry

The English Golf Union has invited 21 players under the age of 18 to form its boys training squad for the winter months and 2012, many of whom have already represented England at international level.

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The growing network of golf volunteers that supports new and emerging players is to be celebrated by the England Golf Partnership (EGP).

Neil Raymond

Four current internationals, Ben Loughrey (Wrag Barn, Wiltshire) and Neil Raymond (Corhampton, Hampshire IoW & CI), along with Charley Hull and Lauren Taylor (both Woburn, BB&O) will represent the English Golf Union and the English Women’s Golf Association respectively in the biennial Spirit...

Scott Parker - EGU London Pride Steward of the Year 2011

Scott Parker, Steward at Buckingham Golf Club has been named The London Pride EGU Steward of the year 2011.