England’s Trish Wilson will take over as chairman of the Ladies’ Golf Union (LGU) at the annual general meeting on 23 February 2013 in Dublin.
Gloucestershire golfer Mary Groves pulled off a clean sweep when she won the English women’s par three championship on the Severn View course at Thornbury Golf Club in her home county.
Ray Saunders, a past President of Kent and a former chairman of the EGU Championship Committee, has accepted the nomination to become President Elect of England Golf for the year 2013 with a view to becoming President in 2014.
The England Golf Partnership (EGP), which works to grow the game of golf, is supporting plans by 60 60 Golf to roll out a fun, fast driving range version of the sport.
England’s completed an overwhelming victory over Spain in the annual one-day under 16 international at Pannal near Harrogate.
Following the success of previous events, England Golf has announced that it will be running another two County Rules Schools this autumn. Both will take place at Hadley Wood Golf Club in Hertfordshire.
Matthew Fitzpatrick from Yorkshire is the new British Boys champion. He won the title with a magnificent display of controlled golf to beat Henry James from Kidderminster 10 and 8 in the 36-hole final at Notts (Hollinwell) Golf Club at the weekend.
Ian Slater from the North Downs club in Surrey kept his nerve and his lead, despite an hour’s stoppage for thunder, to win the Fullers London Pride Gold Medal at a sweltering Woodhall Spa.
England's Georgia Hall has won the British girls' championship, beating Spain's Clara Baena 6/5 in the final at Tenby, Wales.
England successfully defended their Boys Home Internationals title with a final day victory over nearest challengers Scotland at County Louth in Ireland, while the Irish secured third place with a convincing 10-5 victory over Wales.
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