Patrick Kelly, the English under 18 champion, pulled off a major victory across the Atlantic when he won the annual post-Christmas Junior Orange Bowl International Championship in Florida despite battling with conjunctivitis and nosebleeds.
England number one Emily Taylor won her Ladies European Tour card in great style when she tied second at the qualifying school in Morocco.
The England Golf Partnership (EGP) has today welcomed a £13 million grant from Sport England to continue to develop the sport over the four years from 2013-17.
Six England teenagers are among 10 talented golfers selected to compete for Team GB at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF) in Sydney from 16-20 January 2013.
Record numbers of women and men in England are playing sport every week – and even the wettest summer for 100 years failed to dampen enthusiasm for golf, according to new figures from Sport England.
England’s network of County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) enjoyed a hugely successful summer of sport and introduced over 70,000 people to golf in the six months to the end of September.
England’s Georgia Hall – the European number one – has been shortlisted for the 2012 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award.
British champions Georgia Hall and Sarah-Jane Boyd are among the women and girl players selected for training with England Golf’s Performance Squad.
Time is running out to nominate golf’s champion volunteers for top national awards from the England Golf Partnership (EGP).
England’s Eisenhower Trophy team that finished eighth in Turkey last month will form the basis of a four-man squad for the annual championship tour of Australia early next year.
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