Georgia Hall’s fine challenge in the women’s British amateur championship finally came to an end in the semi-finals at Carnoustie, where the England international lost 3/2 to Curtis Cup star Stephanie Meadow.
Dulcie Sverdloff and Calum Hannay are the new English schools champions – both winning their titles at The Kendleshire, Gloucestershire, with sub-par scores and by the narrowest of margins.
Buckinghamshire has reached the finals of the women’s English Counties Championship for the first time in 34 years.
The number of people in England playing golf at least once a week is up by over 69,000 compared with six months ago.
After an extensive recruitment process, England Golf has identified ten experienced golf coaches to spearhead its revamped Under 16s Boy's Regional Coaching Programme from September 2012.
Four new caps are named in the England Golf team which will defend the title at the Girls’ Home Internationals at Radyr Golf Club, Wales, from 7-9 August.
Two of GB&I’s victorious Curtis Cup golfers are among the six players selected to represent England Golf in the European girls' team championship at St Leon-Rot Golf Club, Germany, from 10-14 July.
More than 22,000 people took part in golf coaching and activities in 2011/12 thanks to an England Golf grant scheme. Over 10,000 of them were adult beginners.
Improvement on past performances is always a goal in golf and Josh Loughrey (Wrag Barn, Wiltshire) will be aiming to do just that after being named in a six-strong squad to represent England Golf in the Chiberta Grand Prix in Biarritz on 5th – 8th July. The group will also compete in the Biarritz...
Teams from Lincolnshire, Essex, Gloucestershire, Lancashire and Surrey have booked places at the final of the England Golf women’s inter-county championship, at East Devon Golf Club from 17-21 September.
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