Royal North Devon Golf Club, 17 - 21 September 2018 

Women's County Finals

Royal North Devon
Women

Competition Format

The round robin, match play championship is contested by six teams, each representing one of the England Golf women’s regions East, Midlands North, Midlands South, North, South and South West.

Three matches take place each day for five days.

Teams play three foursomes in the morning and six singles in the afternoon.

The eventual winning team becomes the English women’s champion county.

  • 21.09.18: Gloucestershire battle to English County Finals victory - Gloucestershire won the English Women's County Championship today in a battle of endurance on the storm-swept links of Royal North Devon Golf Club. Gloucestershire won the English Women's County Championship today in a battle of endurance on the storm-swept links of Royal North Devon Golf Club. Gloucestershire won the English Women's County Championship today in a battle of endurance on the storm-swept links of Royal North Devon Golf Club.
  • 20.09.18: Excitement ramps up as three teams eye the title - The excitement is ramping up at English Women's County Finals with one round left to play - and three teams in the title hunt at Royal North Devon Golf Club.
  • 19.09.18: It’s youth to the fore as Rosie, 11, wins for Bucks - It was youth to the fore today at English Women's County Finals as 11-year-old Rosie Bee Kim helped Buckinghamshire to a win - and to blow the championship wide open.
  • 18.09.18: Double fightback puts Gloucestershire top of the table - Teenagers Grace Connelly and Caley McGinty both pulled off a remarkable comeback to take Gloucestershire to the top of the table at the English Women's County Finals at Royal North Devon Golf Club.
  • 17.09.18: Ace result for Gloucestershire at County Finals - Gloucestershire held the ace today as they opened their challenge at English Women's County Finals with a 7.5-1.5 win over defending champions, Yorkshire.

Host Venue

Host Venue

Royal North Devon at Westward Ho! can rightly claim to be the cradle of English Golf. Founded in 1864, it is the oldest golf course in the country and is regarded as the St Andrews of the South. The golf course is as tough as any of the UK’s more famous links layouts and has recently been placed in  Golf World 's "Top 100 Courses in the World" that a golfer “must play”.

Not only is Royal North Devon a great course, it is also a place of huge historical importance. Inside the warmly welcoming clubhouse, the golf museum,  honours boards and the clubs top competition trophies are worth a visit on their own and help to tell the story of the game and this remarkable club’s unique place in it.

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