The trio of Emily Taylor, Brogan Townend and Charlotte Wild will represent England Golf in the Nations Cup event at the St Rule Trophy at St Andrews from June 2-3.
Emily Taylor, 17 (Royal Lytham & St Annes) has already tasted Nations Cup success this year – at the French Lady Junior Championship when she helped England win the Vilmorin Cup. Emily was fifth in last week’s English women’s amateur championship and is a past winner of the Scottish U16 open stroke play title.
Brogan Townend, 18, (Pleasington) is the reigning Faldo Series girls’ champion and has previously won the U16 title. She is a past winner of the prestigious scratch events, The Leveret and the Pleasington Putter. She and Emily were both members of England’s successful team at last year’s girls’ Home Internationals.
Charlotte Wild, 22, (Mere) is the team captain (image © Leaderboard Photography). She was the 2009 English stroke play champion and was runner-up in the event last year. She’s twice won the Royal Birkdale scratch trophy and tied eighth when the English amateur was held on the Lancashire links last week. She has represented England in the women’s Home internationals.