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.
England won the Girls' Home International championship at Radyr, Wales, in a nail-biting, touch and go finish.
Teenager Alex Peters made a stunning debut in the English women’s open stroke play championship at Little Aston, Staffordshire, when she scored a six-shot victory.
Golf - which will once again become an Olympic sport in 2016 – looks set to inherit a great legacy from London 2012.
Harry Ellis is the new English Amateur champion. He won the title, supported by abacus, by beating Henry Tomlinson 2 and 1 in a 36-hole marathon final that lasted ten minutes short of 11 hours after two thunderstorm stoppages.
Lancashire’s Emily Taylor shot a superb six-under 66 in the final round to win the English girl’s championship at Sandiway, Cheshire.
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