ENGLAND GOLF: Friday, May 20th
Three of the England’s Men’s squad are right in the mix at the halfway stage of the English Men’s Open Stroke Play Championship (Brabazon Trophy) at Saunton.
MIDLANDS: Saturday, May 21st
Eight years after winning it for the first time, Moseley’s Richard Sadler rolled back the years in claiming the Midland Union Mid Amateur Open Championship at Drayton Park.
NOM: Friday, May 20th
Christopher Parkinson’s dream run in the golfnews24 Northern Order of Merit continued at Caldy yesterday where the Penwortham golfer won by three shots.
ENGLAND GOLF: Monday, May 16th
England held on to cross-channel bragging rights as the biennial challenge match with France returned after a gap of four years, the visitors running out 13-5-10.5 at St-Nom-La-Breteche GC last night.
OPENS: Monday, May 16th
There was double joy for Southport & Ainsdale’s James Holland last night after he collected the Lancashire Links Trophy by just one shot.
NOM: Monday, May 16th
After a handful of near misses, Anthony Stirling finally got his hands on a Northern Order of Merit trophy at his home course last night.
NOM: Monday, May 16th
James Holland collected the S&A Bowl for the second time in five years as he was the only member of 77-strong field who broke par.
GLOUCS: Tuesday, May 17th
Nick Day’s remarkable domination of men’s golf in Gloucestershire shows no sign of stopping as the 41-year-old claimed his seventh county title at Lilley Brook on Sunday.
CHESHIRE: Tuesday, May 17th
Matty Dodd-Berry won the first five holes in Cheshire Men’s Matchplay final on his way to an emphatic 7&6 victory at Astbury on Sunday.
DEVON: Tuesday, May 17th
It was a bit of a struggle for a while but in the end class told as Eliot Baker’s excellent year continued at Saunton where he collected the Devon County Championship.
ESSEX: Wednesday, May 18th
There was a meeting of old friends at Frinton where Clacton’s Katy Yates retained the Essex Ladies Championship in brilliant style, winning eight holes in a row to beat Colchester’s Charley Hatley.
LANCASHIRE: Tuesday, May 17th
There was a blanket finish in the Lancashire Boys at Worsley where Noah Cambridge came through in fine style to claim a county title having gone so close three times previously.
BEDFORDSHIRE: Tuesday, May 17th
Pavenham Park’s Luca Thompson came alive on the back nine of the Bedfordshire Ladies Championship, winning five holes in a row to get her hands on the trophy for the first time.
SOMERSET: Tuesday, May 17th
It has been quite a month for Philip White as he added the Somerset Men’s County Championship title to his victory in the Burnham & Berrow Challenge Salver at the start of May.
ENGLAND GOLF: Monday, May 16th
The inaugural English Senior Men’s Amateur Championship started with a bang at The Leicestershire where Surrey’s Stephen Jensen clinched the title in extraordinary fashion on Friday.
Catherine Rawthore gets better of England team-mate to claim second national seniors crown at High Post
ENGLAND GOLF: Sunday, May 15th
England Seniors international Catherine Rawthore withstood a late fightback from her national team-mate Tracey Williamson (Sheringham) to claim her second England Women’s Seniors title at High Post Golf Club in Wiltshire on Friday.
ENGLAND GOLF: Thursday, May 12th
Rotherham junior Jack Whaley proved he has fully recovered from a freak injury as he went bogey free for the first time in leading Brabazon Trophy Northern Qualifying at Pannal on Tuesday.
IRELAND: Monday, May 9th
A birdie-birdie-birdie finish secured a first national title for Scotland’s Lorna McClymont as the Milngavie player won the Irish Women’s Open by four shots yesterday.
NoM: Tuesday, May 10th
Australian Matthew Lever recovered in time from a bout of food poisoning to put in a brilliant long-game display and win the fourth Northern Order of Merit event of the season at Hesketh on Sunday.
Three-time Curtis Cup player Emma Brown proves fab at 50 as she claims fourth White Rose title at Alwoodley
YORKSHIRE: Tuesday, May 10th
Thirty years after reaching her first Yorkshire Ladies County Championship final, former Curtis Cup star Emma Brown rolled back the years to win the coveted title at Alwoodley on Sunday.
COURSE RECORD: Wednesday, May 11th
A birdie-birdie-eagle start laid the foundations for an epic round of golf for Ganton’s Amy Staveley, who broke the Alwoodley course record in the second round of qualifying at the Yorkshire Ladies Championship.
OPENS: Monday May 2nd
John Gough’s astonishing run of results in major amateur events hit another new high last night as the Beaconsfield player won the 2022 Lytham Trophy.
YORKS OoM: Wednesday May 4th
Ross Overton and Adam Walker have both been playing golf for quite some time but even they couldn’t quite believe it as both players broke the York Golf Club course record on Sunday… playing in the same group.
COURSE RECORD: Tuesday May 3rd
Stand-out teenager Maggie Whitehead secured her third course record thanks to four closing birdies as she won the Northern Golfer Champion of Champions event at the George Washington resort yesterday.
OPENS: Tuesday May 3rd
Winning your first big tournament is always a huge deal but the manner in which Yorkshire’s Ben Brown claimed the Fairhaven Trophy on Sunday made it that extra bit special.
WALES: Monday May 2nd
A winter of hard work has certainly paid quick dividends for Suffolk’s Alice Barlow as the five-time county champion won her first national title yesterday.
ENGLAND: Monday May 2nd
England Golf have named a strong side to take on France as the biennial challenge match between the two countries takes place for the first time in four years later this month.
DORSET: Tuesday May 3rd
New Dorset ladies champion Charlotte Brook was never behind in any of her four knockout matches as she won the county title for the first time at Broadstone on Sunday.
Thursday, April 28th
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CURTIS CUP: Tuesday, April 26th
English duo Emily Price and Amelia Williamson were today unveiled as the two new faces in the GB&I team that will travel to Merion in June (10-12) for the 42nd Curtis Cup.
ROSE SERIES: Monday, April 25th
Amazing is happening on a pretty regular basis for Northumberland golfer Rachel Gourley this year but her exploits entered a new stratosphere this afternoon when she became the first amateur to win a Rose Ladies Series event.
OPENS: Monday, April 25th
A high-class closing 65 from Yorkshireman Charlie Thornton secured him another major open title as the West of England Strokeplay caught fire on the final day.
Chris Parkinson surges ahead in overall standings after becoming first home-club winner at Penwortham for 36 years
NoM: Tuesday, April 26th
Chris Parkinson secured his first ever Northern Order of Merit victory on Sunday to open up a sizeable gap in the overall standings after just three events.
OPENS: Monday, April 25th
Rhuddlan junior Caolan Burford showed incredible maturity to hold off the last-day charges of Royal Porthcawl’s Matt Roberts and Sweden’s David Lundgren and claim the Welsh Open Stroke Play at Ashburnham Golf Club.
YORKS OoM: Tuesday, April 26th
A putting display that dreams are made of lifted Cameron Wallace to victory in the opening Yorkshire Order of Merit event of the season at Cleveland Golf Club.
OPENS: Tuesday, April 26th
Some days are more unforgettable than others and for student Max Fullerton he certainly had one that will live with him forever as he claimed the Philip Kilgour Scratch Open at The Buckinghamshire.
Saturday, April 23rd
Almost £6,000 was raised for The Elexis Brown Golf Foundation as the charity held its first golf fundraiser at Stonebridge Golf Club earlier this month.
ENGLAND GOLF: Thursday, April 21st
The England Women’s Team claimed Performance of the Year as England Golf honoured the great and good in amateur golf last night.
SCOTLAND: Tuesday, April 19th
Fifteen-year-old Grace Crawford became the youngest winner of the Scottish Women’s Open for 13 years on Sunday, claiming the Helen Holm Trophy in stunning fashion at Royal Troon.
NoM: Monday, April 18th
There were fireworks down the stretch at Delamere Forest where two host-club players enjoyed a great battle in the second Northern Order of Merit event of season yesterday.
OPENS: Monday, April 18th
The 2022 season has barely started but it is already turning into quite a year for Forres Golf Club’s Matthew Wilson.
USGA: Friday, April 14th
The USGA today unveiled its 2022 USA Curtis Cup team with three changes from the side who beat GB&I in Wales last year.
MIDS UNION: Friday, April 14th
When the putter gets hot good things can happen on the golf course and that was certainly the case for Wentworth’s Leo Vorobyez yesterday in the Midland U-16s Boys Open.
MIDS UNION: Friday, April 14th
Nottinghamshire’s Amelia Wan has been a model of consistency in amateur events over the last two years and the Sherwood Forest golfer displayed plenty of that to win the Midland U-16s Girls Open at Hawkstone Park yesterday.
Tom Bastow comes from seven back to share Southerndown spoils with fellow Welsh international Sean David
OPENS: Sunday, April 17th
There was a blanket finish at the WAGR-ranked Duncan Putter open where two of the South West’s leading teenage golfers shared the spoils after a draining final day at Southerndown Golf Club.
OPENS: Thursday, April 14th
Ellena Slater led from the front, in more ways than one, as the Kent junior retained the Frilford Scratch Salver in brilliant style.
BUCS: Wednesday, April 13th
The Prince’s Club in Kent has hosted some great events over the years but, for drama, there can be few to better yesterday’s conclusion of the British Universities and College Sport Tour Finals.
OPENS: Monday, April 11th
A storming back nine from England Men’s stalwart Jack Brooks saw him overturn a four-shot lead with 18 holes to go and win the Hampshire Salver last night.
Dylan Shaw-Radford shows his strength of character to defy Murcar Links ‘hooley’ and elite junior field
SCOTLAND: Sunday, April 10th
It was worth all the pain of playing 36 holes in some of the worst spring weather imaginable for Yorkshire’s Dylan Shaw-Radford as he won the Scottish Boys Open (U-18s) at Murcar Links on Friday.
SCOTLAND: Sunday, April 10th
Winning has certainly become a habit for Arcot Hall’s Rachel Gourley with the England Girls player claiming her third big title of the year at Irvine Golf Club on Friday.
R&A: Friday, April 8th
It was survival of the fittest at the R&A Student Series Final in Scotland this week where Hertfordshire’s Greg Hurley defied the elements and an international field to win the illustrious title by one shot.
THE MASTERS: Wednesday, April 6th
British Amateur champion Laird Shepherd will begin his Masters challenge tomorrow in the company of another Scottish-based player Robert MacIntyre.
ALBATROSS: Tuesday, April 5th
In his short life Josh Berry has already packed in plenty of golfing achievement but yesterday, at Headingley Golf Club, pulled off something that 99% of golfers can only dream about.
OPENS: Monday, April 4th
Luca Thompson’s remarkable rise through the amateur golf ranks shows no sign of stopping after the Pavenham Park player won the Hampshire Rose at North Hants GC last night.
NoM: Monday, April 4th
It was business as usual for Jack Brooks as the Northern Order of Merit champion won the opening event in the golfnews24.co.uk-sponsored 2022 series at West Lancashire GC last night.
OPENS: Sunday, April 3rd
England Boys ace Seb Cave laid down a England boys international Seb Cave laid down a marker for 2022 with a hugely-composed victory in the first major domestic scratch open of the season for men – the Berkhamsted Trophy.
OPENS: Sunday, April 3rd
England Girls international Rachel Gourley maintained her superb start to the season as she won the Formby Leveret by one shot last night.
EUROPE: Sunday, April 3rd
England lost hold of their European Nations Championship crown as hosts Spain dominated the illustrious team competition at Sotogrande.
SURREY: Wednesday, April 6th
Experience triumphed over precocious youth in the final of the Surrey Ladies Championship at always-challenging Walton Heath on Sunday.
ESGA: Thursday, April 7th
South Hunsley will be represented in the English Schools Team Championship for the first time thanks to a knife-edge victory in the Yorkshire qualifier at Low Laithes.
BUCS: Friday, April 1st
Devon star Eliot Baker maintained his stranglehold on the British Universities and Colleges Sport Golf series with a dominant display at Sherwood Forest this week.
OPENS: Thursday, March 31st
The country’s leading amateur golf news website has agreed to sponsor the Northern Order of Merit for the 2022 season.
BUCS: Wednesday, March 30th
St Andrews student Ben Fuller overcame a couple of final-round shocks to claim his first victory in the BUCS Golf Series at Moray GC.
OPENS: Monday, March 28th
A sublime display of ball striking saw Isle of Man golfer Ana Dawson overpower Delamere Forest and the rest of the field as she stormed to victory in the Comboy Scratch Trophy in record-breaking fashion.
HERTS: Tuesday, March 29th
County champion Reis Suart demonstrated his class as he led Welwyn Garden City into next month’s Hertfordshire Men’s Champion Club final.
Monday, March 28th
Every golfer dreams of watching his tee shot find the bottom of the cup. They are the shots that live with you forever. On Saturday that shot-in-a-million moment was felt by Sussex player Anthony Eagle. However his ‘hole-in-one’ was more like a one-in-a-billion moment.
OPENS: Sunday, March 27th
Niamh O’Connor and Gemma Bradbury were the toast of Denham GC tonight as the Buckinghamshire club won the Ladies’ London Foursomes for the first time since 1969.
ESGA: Sunday, March 27th
There was a special family double at the English Schools Golf Association East and North Yorkshire qualifier with Amy and Ben Staveley producing the goods at Malton and Norton on Friday.
ESGA: Friday, March 25th
Three birdies in the last five holes at the English Schools Golf Association (ESGA) South Yorkshire qualifier completed an excellent couple of days for England Boys player Josh Berry this week.
ESGA: Friday, March 25th
Welsh international Gracie Mayo matched her lowest competition score to take victory at the English Schools Golf Association (ESGA) Somerset qualifier at Weston Super Mare.
SCOTLAND: Monday, March 14th
In the last ten years we have got increasingly used to top golfers hitting drives in excess of 350 yards. However prodigious length off the tee was taken to a new level yesterday (Sunday) when a Scottish amateur sent his drive more than 500 yards.
OPENS: Friday, March 11th
Two of England’s leading prospects combined to devastating effect today as they won the illustrious Sunningdale Foursomes in brilliant style.
EGA: Monday, March 7th
John Gough joined a very select club last night when he became only the second player in history to jointly hold the English and Spanish Amateur titles.
EGA: Saturday, March 5th
It’s been an excellent 18 months for John Gough but he can take his standing within the amateur game to another level tomorrow with victory in the final of the Spanish Men’s International Amateur.
EGA: Friday, March 4th
The prospect of a Scotland v England final at the Spanish International Men’s Amateur became a distinct possibility today as Rory Franssen and John Gough maintained their excellent run of form.
EGA: Thursday, March 3rd
English Amateur champion John Gough survived an epic battle with his fellow countryman Jack Brooks (The Mere) to reach the last 32 of the Spanish International Men’s Amateur today.
R&A: Wednesday, March 2nd
The R&A Curtis Cup selectors have named five new faces in the 12-strong squad unveiled today ahead of the 42nd meeting of GB&I and the USA at Merion in June.
EGA: Wednesday, March 2nd
Thirteen Brits qualified for the matchplay stages of Spanish International Men’s Amateur today and four will go head-to-head in tomorrow’s last 64.
EGA: Tuesday, March 1st
Olly Huggins recorded his fourth hole in one as he made a dramatic start to his challenge at Spanish International Men’s Amateur today.
Thursday, February 24th
There was a birdie fest at Randpark Firethorn in the South African Strokeplay Championship where British duo Rory Franssen and Sam Bairstow claimed top five finishes today.
Thursday, February 17th
Sam Bairstow and Zach Chegwidden finished in the top ten at the African Amateur Strokeplay Championship in South Africa today.
EGA: Tuesday, February 15th
There was a staggering performance from Florida-based English teenager Frank Kennedy at the Portuguese International Amateur Championship where the 16-year-old broke the course record and took the title with a record-low score.
EUROPE: Sunday, January 30th
It wasn’t to be for England as Spain won the Costa Ballena Men’s Octangular International Challenge for the 11th time yesterday.
HOLE-IN-ONE: Sunday, January 30th
His first hole-in-one was worth the wait for Brough’s Paul Lawrence, who aced the sixth at his home course, 70 years after taking up the game.
EGA: Sunday, January 30th
A strong finish from Lottie Woad saw the Surrey teenager finish fourth at the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship at Montado yesterday.
EUROPE: Friday, January 28th
Only the hosts stand in the way of England regaining their Costa Ballena Men’s Octangular International Challenge trophy tomorrow after the champions powered into the final this afternoon.
EGA: Friday, January 28th
Six British players qualified for the final round of the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship at Montado today.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.