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Women and Girls' Golf Week: Claire Dowling, a referee at the Ricoh Women's British Open, was a top player and is now at the forefront in the word of golf rules. Here's her story

Claire Dowling was one of the best golfers of her generation, who won five Irish championships, a British title and was selected for four Curtis Cup teams. Now she’s at the forefront again, this time in the world of rules and refereeing. She’s Deputy Chair of The R&A Rules Committee and has been...

Women and Girls' Golf Week: Jessica Pilgrim, 13, is a Young Ambassador for England Golf and the Golf Foundation - and she's been mixing with some big names! Here's her story

Jessica Pilgrim, 13, is a single-figure handicapper and a volunteer who’s keen to give young people a voice. She’s a Young Ambassador for England Golf and the Golf Foundation and she also supports Girls Golf Rocks in Buckinghamshire, where she’s a member at Stoke Park. Her efforts to make a...

Women and Girls' Golf Week: Sophie Mills has just graduated top of her class and is gaining work experience with the Ladies European Tour. Here's her story

Sophie Mills, 21, has just graduated with first class honours and won the prize as the top performing student academically on the Applied Golf Management Studies Course at the University of Birmingham. She talks about her studies, her career plans and inspiring more women to play golf.

Women and Girls' Golf Week: WPGA Chairman Tracey Loveys is giving lessons at the Ricoh Women's British Open today to encourage new payers. Here is her story.

WPGA Chairman Tracey Loveys is one of the women professionals offering free lessons today in the swingzone at the Ricoh Women’s British Open. Tracey, from Bigbury Golf Club, tells how she encourages women and girls to get into golf.

Women and Girls' Golf Week: Rafiah Banday, 14, on gaining competition experience in the best game in the world

Rafiah Banday, 14, thinks golf is the best game in the world, eventually she wants to turn professional and she’s currently gaining as much experience of national competitions as possible. The two-handicapper from Royal Mid Surrey Golf Club tells her golfing story:

Women and Girls' Golf Week: Gloucestershire's Caley McGinty on the pleasures of competition

Caley McGinty, 17, plays off a handicap of plus-two at Knowle Golf Club in Gloucestershire. She’s a keen competitor and a regular player at England Golf events – and has just achieved her latest aim of a top 10 finish in the English girls’ championship. She tells her golfing story

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