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Girl golfers target England’s ‘most improved’ title

Talented youngsters from across the www.createinternational.com country are heading to www.wildstrawberrylodge.com this weekend’s national final of the Abraham Trophy for England’s most improved girl golfers.

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Open silver medallist Fitzpatrick focuses on English Amateur

Matthew Fitzpatrick (Hallamshire, Yorkshire), winner of the silver medal as the leading amateur at The Open Championship at Muirfield on Sunday, will attempt to become English Amateur champion when he competes at Frilford Heath, near Abingdon, on 29th July – 3rd August.

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New officers join drive to grow golf in England

Three new officers have joined the drive to grow the game of golf in England and encourage more people to play.

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Singles sweep sees England Boys through to semi-finals

England Boy's secured their place in the semi-finals of the European Boy's Team Championship with a victory over Ireland today.

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England through to final four at Men's European Team Championship

England have continued in their pursuit of the European Team title by beating hosts Denmark in the quarter finals of the championship today.

Following the morning foursomes it was all square in today’s match but the http://earlylearningathome.com/online-cialis-prescriptions first point of http://www.daytonchristian.com/indian-levitra the day did go England's way from a 4/2 win by Northumberland's Garrick Porteous and Hampshire's Neil Raymond.

The second game was not as clear cut with Kent's Max Orrin and Sussex's Toby Tree battling to the 22nd hole before losing to their Danish opponents.

The afternoon singles proved to http://www.casinomurcia.com/cheapest-prices-on-viagra be much more favourable for England with Hertfordshire's Callum Shinkwin securing a confident win 4/3.

The next game saw the teams only loss of the afternoon when Lincolnshire’s Nathan Kimsey went down 2/1. Any resulting England nerves were quickly settled by Porteous and Raymond who followed their morning success with both of their games ending in 3/2 wins.

The score of the day went to Orrin (photo copyright Tom Ward), who was clearly not effected by the morning's extended game and finished the final pairing with an empathic 9/7 victory.

England will now play The Netherlands or Ireland in one half of the semi-finals while France and Scotland will contend the other match.
 


Brilliant Turner steers England into second place

A brilliant round of seven-under-par 64 from Lincolnshire’s Ashton Turner saw England qualifying in second place in the European Boys Team Championships at Murcar Links in Scotland.

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European championship opens with spectacular play

England are lying fourth after first round of the European Ladies’ Team Championship, which opened today with spectacular golf at Fulford, York.

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Final hole birdie sees Kemp to his Holy Grail

John Kemp found the missing link in his long and successful career when he rolled in a ten foot birdie putt on the voidware.com final green to win the Logan Trophy, the English Men’s Mid Amateur Championship at a sun-drench Worcestershire Golf Club.

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