Big statement of intent from holders England as Bigham and Brooks both take maximum points against France

EUROPE: Thursday, January 27th

Reigning champions England put themselves in pole position to qualify for the final of the Costa Ballena Men’s Octangular International Challenge in Spain today.

Back nine charge from Lottie Woad puts England star into the mix

EGA: Thursday, January 27th

A strong finish to her second round saw England’s Lottie Woad surge into contention at the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship at Montado today.

Amateur champion Louise Duncan heads up British challenge at Montado

EGA: Wednesday January 26th

Amateur champion Louise Duncan leads the British challenge as scoring proved tough on day one of the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship at Montado today.

New initiative aims to bring keen women golfers together

Wednesday January 26th

Meeting like-minded golfers when you are just starting out is never easy but a new community group, launched today, aims to make that process a lot easier.

Foundation to help talented youngsters set up in memory of Elexis

Sunday January 2nd

Promising junior players are set to benefit from a new foundation set up in the memory of a talented golfer who passed away in August.


There was a Buckinghamshire 1-2 in the R&A Girls U-16s at Enville where Rosie Bee Kim confirmed her status as the best U-14s player in Europe with a two-shot success.

It’s been a quite a year for amateur golf in Great Britain and we asked some our leading players what were their stand-out moments and also asked them to look ahead to 2022

Bucks duo lead the way as Rosie rounds off the season in brilliant style

R&A: Sunday October 24th

There was a Buckinghamshire 1-2 in the R&A Girls U-16s at Enville where Rosie Bee Kim confirmed her status as the best U-14s player in Europe with a two-shot success.

Harley romps home thanks to stunning final-round 63

SURREY: Friday October 8th

Walton Heath’s Old course has witnessed some pretty special golfing exploits over the years and today another chapter was added to its illustrious history as 16-year-old Harley Smith came within one shot of equalling the course record.

Rollercoaster ride to ‘biggest victory’ for Rachel

SURREY: Saturday October 9th

Rachel Gourley claimed her “biggest victory to date” last night but not before she put herself and supporters through the wringer as the Daily Telegraph/Justin Rose Junior Golf Championship reached an extraordinary conclusion at Walton Heath.

Fourth-time lucky for super Sussex

EG: Saturday October 9th

The Sussex Men’s Seniors team have experienced some bad breaks in the County Finals in recent times but yesterday at Grange Park that was all put behind them as they won the England Golf event for the first time.

Chesterfield’s all-girl team prove a big hit

DERBYS: Wednesday, October 6th

History was made at Kedleston Park on Sunday where Chesterfield won the Derbyshire Junior League with an all-girl team.

Woodhall Spa end 50-year wait for elite-level county trophy

LINCS: Tuesday, October 5th

After half a century of trying, Woodhall Spa finally won the Lincolnshire Scratch League at Ashby Decoy on Sunday.

Jack enters world’s top 100 after blowing away field at Seaton Carew

OPENS: Friday October 1st

Jack Brooks climbed into the top 100 in the Scratch Players World Amateur Rankings after defying the “brutal” weather conditions and a strong field in the North of England Strokeplay Championship at Seaton Carew last night.

Gloucestershire end 42-year wait for national success

EG: Tuesday Sept 28th

Gloucestershire has had a lot to celebrate in recent years but on Sunday at Remedy Oak they won the title everyone connected with the county has craved.

Sam ends Warren club’s 97-year drought

DEVON: Wednesday Sept 29th

Sam Williams’ secured the Devon County Championship for the first time at East Devon on Sunday night, ending his club’s 97-year wait for a winner in the event.

Comeback queen Abby ends run of near misses

DEVON: Friday October 1st

After four near misses it was a case of fifth time lucky for Okehampton’s Abby Turner as she secured her second Devon County Championship crown.

Kent too strong for Hertfordshire and Essex

SE: Friday October 1st

Kent U-16s carried their dominant league form into the South East Group final at Muswell Hill, winning the competition for the first time.

George stretches away in impressive style

OPENS: Tuesday Sept 28th

Yorkshire’s George Ash led from the front as he claimed his first major 72-hole strokeplay title in South Wales.

Fifth major title of the season for Lottie

WALES: Monday Sept 27th

Lottie Woad’s class told as she enjoyed a great final-day battle with Billie-Jo Smith before eventually coming out on top in the Welsh Ladies Open Strokeplay at Newport.

International ace Rachel slices eight shots off previous best

YORKSHIRE: Monday Sept 27th

England junior international Rachel Gourley slashed eight shots off the course record at Cottingham Parks while representing Close House in the North East final of the Junior Team Golf Championship.

Super September continues for Champion of Champions Andy

NORTH EAST: Tuesday Sept 21st

It’s been quite a September so far for City of Newcastle’s Andy Minnikin as he followed up his victory at the England Golf Champion of Champions tournament with a course record at Ponteland.

Surrey make their point against Somerset to end long wait for national glory

EG: Monday Sept 20th

Surrey ended their 24-year wait for Women’s County Championship glory at Denham yesterday, defeating runners-up Somerset to ensure they did so with a perfect record.

National first for Spalding after epic battle with Cosby

EG: Monday Sept 20th

There was an historic moment for Lincolnshire golf at Knole Park last night when Spalding won the English Champion Club title for the first time.

Fabulous final round sees Peter retain illustrious Mid-Am title

OPENS: Monday Sept 20th

It’s been a season of near misses for Lancashire’s Peter Finch but the former pro finally put that right as he retained the Gerald Micklem Cup at Sunningdale.

Former pro Steven joins the 59 club

SCOTLAND: Monday Sept 20th

Steven Armstrong has done some pretty special things in golf but on Saturday he achieved something that every top-level amateur has right near the top of their bucket list.

Hurlston Hall pairs dominate at Fairhaven finale

LANCS: Wednesday Sept 21st

There was a Hurlston Hall 1-2-3 as the Lancashire Union Bell Trophy reached its conclusion at Fairhaven.

After two decades of trying, it all falls into place for David

LANCS: Tuesday Sept 21st

It was definitely worth the wait for retired golf club manager David Hughes as he triumphed in the Lancashire Union Collinge Trophy final at Fairhaven.

Ireland celebrate after stunning singles fightback

R&A: Saturday Sept 18th

Irish eyes were definitely smiling last night as a pulsating Men’s Home International series reaching a nerve-wracking conclusion at Hankley Common.

Scotland roar back in the singles to deliver famous victory over Auld Enemy

R&A: Thursday Sept 16th

Reigning Men’s Home International champions England face a major challenge to hold on to their crown after an inspired Scotland XI took them down at Hankley Common today for the first time in six years.

Alice back on top after back injury-plagued season

EAST OF ENG: Friday Sept 17th

Suffolk champion Alice Barlow has endured an injury-hit summer but things really clicked back into place at Gorleston on Wednesday where she won the East Region Ladies Strokeplay Championship by four shots.

Competition first for Creigiau in centenary year

WALES: Friday Sept 17th

Creigiau won the Ping Welsh Mixed Foursomes for the first time with their dream team of mother-and-son Jackie and Adam Stamenkovic delivering the knockout blow in a keenly contested final with Pontardawe at Mold.

Andrew strikes gold after two near misses

EG: Monday Sept 13th

It was a case of third time lucky for Andy Minnikin as he triumphed in brilliant style at the England Golf Men’s Champion of Champions event.

Birdie-birdie finish secures first national title for Dylan

EG: Monday Sept 13th

Huddersfield’s Dylan Shaw-Radford led from the front as he carried of the England Golf Boys Champion of Champion trophy at Woodhall Spa.

Victorious Ayrshire riding the crest of a wave

SCOTLAND: Monday Sept 13th

Golf in Ayrshire is going through something of a resurgence and that was again evident at the Scottish Boys Area Championship at Dullatur.

Fired-up Glamorgan regain top-dogs status

WALES: Tuesday Sept 14th

Glamorgan regained the Welsh Men’s Inter Counties trophy in comprehensive fashion, finishing ten shots clear of Gwent at Llandrindod Wells.

Narrowest of victories for Surrey

SOUTH EAST: Tuesday Sept 14th

There was a nailbiting finish in the final of the South East U-14s Boys Championship where Surrey edged out Hertfordshire at Dulwich & Sydenham GC.

Sheffield men emulate boys team to complete rare double

YORKSHIRE: Wednesday Sept 15th

Perennial Yorkshire inter-district powerhouses Sheffield completed the boys and men’s team championship double for the first time in 26 years at Hornsea.

Happy days for Bracken Ghyll, Ganton, Leeds, Cleckheaton and Woodhall Hills

YORKSHIRE: Thursday Sept 16th

The finals of the Yorkshire Ladies Inter Club Team Championships reached a thrilling conclusion on Sunday with Bracken Ghyll claiming the last of five titles at Cottingham Parks.

The Lothians end 14-year wait for national team crown

SCOTLAND: Tuesday, Sept 7th

New Scottish Men’s Area champions The Lothians became the seventh different winner in as many years when they triumphed at The Kings Club but there were a few heart-stopping moments along the way.

Edison keeps champion dad Ed on the straight and narrow

Opens: Tuesday, Sept 7th

Some victories are just extra special and that was certainly the case for Gloucestershire’s Ed Butler, who played some exceptional stuff to carry off the West of England Open Amateur Championship.

Second major strokeplay title for fast-finishing Zach

Opens: Monday, Sept 6th

Another storming final round this time gave Essex’s Zach Chegwidden the victory at the South East of England Links Championship.

Jackie finishes eight clear of strong field as Bracken layout proves a tough test

EG: Monday, Sept 6th

There was a superb effort from Jackie Foster as she became the third ever Senior Women’s Champion of Champions winner at Woodhall Spa.

Inspired Amy plots her way to national glory

EG: Monday, Sept 6th

Any time you only find yourself in a bunker twice across two rounds on the Bracken course at Woodhall Spa you are probably going to have a very good day and that’s exactly what happened to Essex’s Amy Knotts at the Girls County Champion of Champions event.

SPECIAL FEATURE: Scottish hero once again shows she is one for the big occasion

Superb Sam leads from front to secure Brabazon glory

EG: Monday, August 23rd

After a few close shaves this season, Sam Bairstow got his hands on a ‘big one’ at Ganton with a masterful wire-to-wire victory in the English Open Strokeplay Championship.

Inspired Amy lasts the course at Heswall and joins list of stellar names

N of Eng: Monday, August 23rd

Amy Staveley joined a who’s who of women’s golf by adding her name to the list of winners of the North of England U-16s Strokeplay Championship at Heswall.

Fast start to final round puts Sam in the clear

N of Eng: Monday, August 23rd

A sensational start to his final round at the North of England U-16s Open set up another another major junior title for Warwickshire’s Sam Easterbrook.

Louise responds brilliantly to mini-slump to easily make cut at Carnoustie

R&A: Friday, August 20th

A closing bogey failed to dampen Louise Duncan’s joy at comfortably making the cut at the AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie this morning.

Brilliant Bel lifts her game to new heights

EG: Friday, August 20th

A breathtaking run of scoring from Bel Wardle secured her a second English Women’s Open Strokeplay title at Wallasey last night.

‘She achieved so much for someone so young and she will never be forgotten’

Maggie impresses American star at Carnoustie

R&A: Wednesday, August 18th

England prodigy Maggie Whitehead has already achieved plenty in her young life but yesterday possibly got a taste of what lies ahead long-term as she partnered World No 14 Jessica Korda in the AIG Women’s Open Pro-Am.

All Blacks legend turns caddy for victorious Jimmy

WALES: Wednesday, August 18th

Not everyone can get one of his country’s greatest sportsmen to do a bit of caddying but Jimmy Hydes did just that as he triumphed at the Welsh Men’s Open Strokeplay Championship.

Louise to tackle Carnoustie alongside 2018 champion

R&A: Tuesday, August 17th

Louise Duncan will partner former champion Georgia Hall when she makes her debut in the AIG Women’s Open at Carnoustie on Thursday.

18th-hole heroics set up greatest victory for Jack

R&A: Monday, August 16th

Jack Bigham was the last man standing at Royal Cinque Ports where he edged out Italy’s Riccardo Fantinelli in an epic British Boys final yesterday.

Hannah triumphs in high-class finale

R&A: Sunday, August 15th

The final of the British Girls more than lived up to its billing as new champion Hannah Darling once again dazzled at Fulford.

Dog gone it! Four-legged ball thief fails to derail Grant’s title charge

SCOTLAND: Monday, August 16th

It is a golfing twist that you’d expect only to experience in a bizarre dream but Dunecht House stalwart Grant Duguid overcame the shock of having his ball stolen by a dog to win the Scottish Medal Finals Grand Final.

Non-stop Jack leaves it late at Royal Birkdale

OPENS: Tuesday, August 17th

England squad member Jack Brooks came from five back to pip Derbyshire’s Samuel Potter to keep hold of his North West Links Championship title.

Harry roars home in 29 to lead the way at The Oaks

EG: Friday, August 13th

A scintillating back nine from Lancashire county champion Harry Lord at The Oaks yesterday ensured he qualified for next week’s English Men’s Strokeplay Championship (Brabazon) in some style.

Rachel smashes Fulford course record

R&A: Tuesday, August 10th

There was a truly unforgettable day at the British Girls in Yorkshire for Rachel Gourley as she broke the course record at Fulford by three shots.

Early-starter Elizabeth finishes three points clear of field

EG: Wednesday, August 11th

There was surprise and delight for 13-year-old Elizabeth Wilson, who went out early in the England Golf Women’s Medal final at Woodhall Spa and posted a score the rest couldn’t match.

Home side brimming with strength in depth

CURTIS CUP: Monday, August 9th

The GB&I Curtis Cup team unveiled today will be hoping to put the misery of three years ago behind them and maintain a run of home victories at the 41st playing of event at Conwy later this month (August 26-28).

Ellise raises her game to triumph in Stirling

SCOTLAND: Tuesday, August 10th

Ellise Rymer took her game to the next level in claiming the Scottish U-16s Open Championship at Stirling.

Rock-solid Cameron ends long wait for ‘home’ winner

SCOTLAND: Wednesday, August 11th

Cameron Mukherjee showed remarkable composure in claiming the Scottish Boys U-14s Open Championshp at Kirkcaldy on Monday.

Sadie pulls out all the stops to win by seven

SCOTLAND: Wed, August 11th

A career-best, two-under-par 72 secured an emphatic victory for Lancashire’s Sadie Adams in the Scottish U-14s Open at Stirling.

Pyle and Kenfig end long wait for glory

WALES: Monday, August 9th

There was unbridled joy for the players and supporters of Pyle and Kenfig as the Glamorgan club won the Welsh Team Championshp for the first time in 25 years at Pennard last night.

Chip-in eagle secures first regional title for Mark

MIDLANDS: Tuesday, August 10th

A chip-in eagle at the penultimate hole got Mark Stockdale’s second round back on track and ultimately secured him the Midland Union Closed Championship at Moseley.

Three out of three for mighty England

HOME INTS: Friday, August 6th

England swept the board at the Home Internationals today but it got very tight in the joint boys/girls event where the decider against Scotland went down to the last match at Woodhall Spa.

The Surrey sensation who can’t stop winning

EG: Thursday, August 5th

The unstoppable march of Surrey teenager Kris Kim gathered pace this afternoon as the 13-year-old put in an another exceptional effort to win the England U-14s.

Golden generation delivers again for Northumberland

N of Eng: Friday, August 6th

History was made at The Manchester last night as Northumberland completed an incredible turnaround victory in the Northern Counties qualifier.

Victorious South edge out battling North

Eng/Scot: Friday, August 6th

The South region won the annual Veteran Ladies Jamboree by the tightest of margins yesterday after a nerve-wracking, winner-takes-all showdown with the North at Glenbervie.

Sam’s on The Road to success

OPENS: Sunday, August 8th

Winning your first ‘big’ competition is always special but for Cheshire’s Sam Hall it was just that extra bit memorable as he holed from six feet to win the St Andrew Boys Matchplay on one of the most famous holes in golf.

Double title joy for Ellise

LINCS: Friday, August 6th

Ellise Rymer completed the county double at Boston yesterday, winning the Lincolnshire Ladies Championship by three shots to add to the girls title she won at the end of May.

Amy comes out on top after epic three-way battle

E o Eng: Thursday, August 5th

There was a breakthrough win for Essex’s Amy Knotts at the East Regions Girls Championship where the Chigwell player enjoyed herself on Ely’s greens.

John stands firm to complete remarkable family double

EG: Monday, August 2nd

John Gough stepped out of his little brother’s shadow to deliver a brilliant win in the English Amateur Championship at Moortown yesterday.

Kirsten’s putter gets red hot just in the nick of time

EG: Monday, August 2nd

Three successive birdies secured a dramatic victory in the English Women’s Amateur Championship final for Kirsten Rudgeley, who fought back from three down with six to play to beat Cheshire’s Bel Wardle.

36 years later, David emulates his father

SCOTLAND: Monday, August 2nd

In matchplay anything can happen and it certainly did for Angus Carrick, who rose to the occasion in some style to emulate his father and win the Scottish Amateur Championship at Murcar Links near Aberdeen.

James shows his class down the stretch

N of Eng: Thursday, August 5th

Surrey’s James Brash stayed ice cool just when it mattered to win the North of England U-14s Strokeplay Championship by six shots at South Moor.