Curtis Cup players in England’s European team
Two of GB&I’s victorious Curtis Cup golfers are among the six players selected to represent England Golf in the European girls' team championship at St Leon-Rot Golf Club, Germany, from 10-14 July.
Charley Hull (Woburn) and Bronte Law (Bramhall) will be joined by Georgia Hall (Remedy Oak), Elizabeth Mallett (Sutton Coldfield Ladies’), Emily Taylor (Hillside), and Meghan MacLaren (Wellingborough).
Four of the players were members of the England team which won the silver medal at last year’s championship: Georgia Hall, Bronte Law, Elizabeth Mallett and Emily Taylor.
Charley Hull, 16, is the fifth ranked amateur in the world and the reigning English strokeplay champion. She and Bronte Law, 17, were members of the GB&I team which won the Curtis Cup earlier this month, for the first time in 16 years. Bronte was runner-up in the French lady junior championship earlier this season.
Georgia Hall, 16, was runner-up in the English amateur championship at Royal Birkdale in May; Elizabeth Mallett, 17, is a past English girls’ champion; Emily Taylor, 17, is the Irish strokeplay champion; and Meghan MacLaren, 18, won the U18 trophy at the French lady junior championship.
Georgia, Charley and Bronte were all members of England’s winning team at the 2011 ladies’ Home Internationals, while Georgia, Bronte, Emily, Elizabeth and Meghan were in the successful team at the girls’ Home Internationals.