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England’s Meghan charges to British stroke play win

England’s Meghan MacLaren charged through the field with a superb display of sub-par golf to win the British ladies’ stroke play championship by one shot at Ashburnham in Wales.

Friendship wins as Michelle takes Par 3 title

Devon’s Michelle Underwood scored a victory for golfing friendships when she won the 2014 English women’s Par 3 tournament at Ampfield in Hampshire.

England girls score ‘convincing’ win over Switzerland

England’s girls scored a convincing 7-2 win over Switzerland in their U16 international at Heswall Golf Club in Cheshire.

High-scoring Neal keeps Gold Medal in Gloucestershire

It must be the air in Gloucestershire but for the second successive year the Fuller’s London Pride Gold Medal winner hails from that county thanks to some splendid golf from Martin Neal.

Dean Retains His Westwood Crown

England A squad player Joe Dean set a tournament record to retain the Lee Westwood Trophy at Rotherham Golf Cup last night.

Yorkshire’s Megan beats the professionals

England U16 squad player Megan Clarke has just beaten the professionals to win today's final event on the WPGA One Day Series.

Natasha scores her biggest win with Scottish title

England squad player Natasha Slater won the Loretto Scottish Girls’ U14 Championship at breezy Bothwell Castle with a two-under par score for the 36-hole event.

New partnership promotes education for club managers

England Golf is partnering the Golf Club Managers’ Association (GCMA) and the Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE) to promote education and training opportunities throughout England.

Fit-again Chesters retains European title

Ashley Chesters (Hawkstone Park, Shropshire & Herefordshire) became the first player to successfully defend the European Amateur Championship when he completed back-to-back victories over the breezy Duke’s Course at St Andrews.

England’s girls are in seventh heaven

England have won the Girls’ Home Internationals for the seventh year in a row, securing their victory by beating Wales 7-2 at Donabate, Ireland.