England regional squad player, Amelia Williamson of Norfolk, has become the youngest winner of the Mothers and Daughters foursomes – at the age of 13.
English champion Sarah-Jane Boyd has won the 2014 Hampshire Rose at North Hants by three shots, with a seven-under par total for 36 holes.
Two of England’s brightest and most successful amateur golfers are set for an experience of a lifetime when they tee-it-up in the US Masters at Augusta this week.
What a difference a year makes. That was something England ‘A’ squad member Luke Johnson reflected upon after he won the Berkhamsted Trophy with a birdie in a three-way playoff.
England international Alex Peters scored her first success of the 2014 season with a one stroke win in The Leveret, the prestigious scratch event hosted by Formby Ladies in Lancashire.
England’s Elizabeth Mallett has claimed her first victory on the US women’s college circuit – winning by the margin of five shots.
Seven inspirational volunteers, who encourage others to take up and enjoy golf, were recognised yesterday when they were named England Golf’s 2014 Volunteers of the Year.
Cookridge Hall Golf Club in Leeds has won a top national award in recognition of the warm welcome and encouragement it offers to junior and beginner golfers.
Hundreds of golf clubs and driving ranges across England are backing National Golf Month in May with great value opportunities to get into the sport.
Europe’s top amateurs completed their fourth successive victory in the event and their sixth in eight meetings when they beat Asia/Pacific 17½ – 14½ on the final day of the Sir Michael Bonallack Trophy in India.
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