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Late birdies see Stow pip his England pals

It requires something special to win major championships and Ben Stow delivered that aplenty to win the Brabazon Trophy in record style in front of primitivesurf.com a cheering crowd at Seaton Carew.

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Former champions set for another tilt at Logan Trophy

Six former champions will be in action when the English Men’s Mid Amateur Championship for the purchasing viagra with next day delivery Logan Trophy is http://naifa-texas.org/viagra-online-in-canada played at Worksop Golf Club in Nottinghamshire on 4th – 6th July. But John Kemp will not be defending the title he won at The Worcestershire last year as he is attending a friend’s wedding.

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Women players head to cheap viagra online Grand Medal Final

The best women club medal players from across the country will play off to find their national champion on Saturday, June 28.

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PowaKaddy support England Golf players

PowaKaddy, the number one name in golf trolleys, is backing England Golf’s elite amateurs and has presented a fleet of its latest FW7 model to the national men’s squad.

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Deaf golf in the Brabazon spotlight

Deaf golf will come into the spotlight this week when the Brabazon Trophy gets underway at Seaton Carew in County Durham.

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Champions line up for women's mid-amateur

A field which includes two national champions will challenge for the English women’s open mid-amateur championship at Bath Golf Club, Somerset, from July 3-6.

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Cath wins ‘nip and tuck’ battle to be champion

Cheshire’s Cath Rawthore won a ‘nip and tuck’ battle to become the new English senior women’s stroke play champion at Knaresborough in Yorkshire.

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Patel powers to Faldo Series victory at Old Fold Manor

Khush Patel of Bush Hill Park closed with a level-par round of 71 to win the Faldo Series England South Championship by one shot from Knebworth’s George Williams. 15-year old Patel and Williams (Boys’ Under-21) both qualify for the eighteenth Faldo Series Grand Final which Sir Nick Faldo will host at The Greenbrier, West Virginia, USA in October.

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