Internationals Hayley Davis, Annabel Dimmock and Bronte Law will represent England Golf in the Nations Cup event at the women’s British amateur championship at Royal St George’s, Kent.
The best two scores from three will count towards the team trophy in each of the two qualifying rounds, which will be played on the June 24 and 25. The leading 64 players then go forward to the match play stages with the final played on June 28.
Hayley Davis, 21, (Ferndown, Dorset, image © Leaderboard Photography) is a past winner of the English women’s and girls’ championships. She is a student at Baylor University, Texas, has won on the US women’s college circuit and was 10th in the 2014 national women’s college championship, with a final round 65. She has represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy.
Annabel Dimmock, 17, (Wentworth, Surrey) is representing GB&I in the Curtis Cup, having won both the Helen Holm Scottish open stroke play title and the match play Jones Doherty Cup in the USA. She has also been runner-up in the Welsh open stroke play, the Spanish amateur and the South Atlantic ladies’ amateur.
Bronte Law, 19, (Bramhall, Cheshire) is playing her second Curtis Cup for GB&I this weekend. She has also represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy and Europe in both the Junior Solheim Cup and Junior Ryder Cup matches. She is a student at the University of California and has won on the US women’s college circuit.