The decision has been taken to postpone the European Nations’ Championship due to be held in Spain next month.
Organisers of the prestigious event at the Sotogrande Golf Club have acted as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak in Spain and across Europe.
England’s men and women were due to compete at the tournament between April 15-18 along with 15 other nations.
In 2019, the men’s team struck gold while Tom Sloman won the individual title (pictured above).
England’s women earned a bronze medal – their best ever finish in the event.
Maria Jose Arias from the Sotogrande Golf Club said: “The expansion of COVID-19 leaves us with no other option than to postpone the tournament until there is a favourable scenario without risks.
“Our intention is to be able to host the tournament this year whenever it is possible.
“We deeply regret this situation and wish everyone good health in these difficult times.”