Teenage international Bronte Law is the new English women’s amateur champion, winning the trophy today at St Enodoc in Cornwall with a display of brilliance and tenacity.
Over 110,000 people got into golf with the national network of County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) in the year to the end of March 2014. That’s more than double the figure for the previous 12 months.
PowaKaddy, the number one name in golf trolleys, has presented a fleet of its latest FW7 model to the women’s Performance and USA squads, as part of its support for England Golf’s elite amateurs.
England beat Scotland 4½-2½ in the third place match to secure the bronze medal as Spain won the European Men’s Team Championship in Linna, Finland. But the Scots took revenge in the boys’ competition.
England’s Annabel Dimmock has been selected to represent Team GB at the second Summer Youth Olympic Games from 16th-28th August in Nanjing, China.
Golf is worth a massive £3.4 billion annually to the economy of England and employs nearly 50,000 people.
England Golf is seeking talented youngsters from across the country to form 30 regional coaching squads for training over the winter months of 2014/15.
Bury St Edmunds County Upper 1 became the second team in four years from Suffolk to win the English Schools Team Championship at Woodhall Spa.
England Golf is once again seeking talented youngsters from across the country to form 30 Regional Coaching Squads for training over the winter months of 2014/15.
Local man Martin Foulkes deserved to win the English Men’s Mid Amateur Championship for the Logan Trophy at his home club of Worksop even if he had to win it twice.
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