Internationals Bronte Law, Meghan MacLaren and Gemma Clews will represent England in the team event at next week’s British women’s stroke play championship at Moortown Golf Club, Leeds.
The championship starts on Wednesday, August 19, and the team award will be decided over the first two rounds, with the best two scores counting in each.
Bronte Law, 20, (Bramhall) is currently ranked fifth in the world and recently retained her English women’s title, winning the championship by 16 shots. She was the bronze medallist at last year’s World Amateur Team Championship.
Meghan MacLaren, 21, (Wellingborough) is the defending British stroke play champion and has also held the Irish stroke play title and had seven victories on the US college circuit.
Gemma Clews, 20, (Delamere Forest) has a perfect record of five wins from five international matches played this year and has had top ten finishes in the English women’s amateur and Irish stroke play. (Image © Leaderboard Photography).
The reserves are India Clyburn (Woodhall Spa) and Inci Mehmet (Royal Mid Surrey).