England will target a second Nations Cup win in a week when the Irish women’s stroke play championship starts on Friday.
Gemma Clews and Sophie Lamb successfully teamed up with Sammy Fuller to take the honours at last weekend’s Welsh women’s stroke play – where Clews also won the individual title.
Now, Clews and Lamb are joined by fellow international Georgia Price for their latest challenge at Co Louth Golf Club.
All three players were in England’s winning team at the recent mixed international against Spain.
Clews, 22, (Delamere Forest, Cheshire) scored her biggest win to date when she won the Welsh women’s stroke play title by five shots. She has also won two top scratch events this season with a combined score of 20-under par.
Lamb, 19, (Clitheroe, Lancashire) is the British stroke play champion and shared 10th place at the Welsh championship and 15th in the Scottish stroke play. She finished in the top 10 at the Harder Hall Invitational in the USA. (Image © Leaderboard Photography).?
Price, 23 (Bude & North Cornwall) tied seventh in Wales and 12th in the Scottish stroke play. She was runner up in the 2016 English stroke play and third in the British stroke play.
The Irish championship is played over 54 holes from 12-14 May.