- England Golf announce 2013 Titleist FootJoy Order of Merit schedules
Order of Merit 2012England Golf has announced a revised schedule of tournaments and championships that will form the basis for the 2013 Titleist FootJoy Order of Merit whilst the Titleist Footjoy Boys and Seniors Orders of Merit remain unchanged.
- Cameron hits the front and aims to stay there
Doug Cameron has never been in contention for the English Seniors Championship. But after a second round 72 at a wet and windy Aldeburgh he finds himself leading the field with a round left (image is (C) Tom Ward).
- Carney takes 2nd in McGregor
The English U16s - The 'McGregor' - High Post GC - 1st-3rd July - Its been many years since a Warwickshire Golfer has taken a National Title. Last year Matt Cryer reached the final of the English Amateur, last week Andy Sullivan got to the semis of the British, and just yesterday Jamie Carney was just two strokes away from the McGregor.
- EGU and ELGA seek vital information from Golf Clubs
PLUS News on Free Golf Coaching Funding receives fastest response ever. The 2006 Golf Club Membership Questionnaire, sent to golf clubs in England, has this week been distributed by the English Golf Union (EGU) and English Ladies? Golf Association (ELGA).
- Sant wins for England and other golf news
Jack Sant marked his debut for England by playing a big part in the huge win against Scotland at Gullane last week. England did not lose a match all day although only Jack and his partner Midland Boys Champion Ashley Chesters were the only winners in the morning by 4&3.
- Two greats give backing to Golf Foundation Appeal
Two of the best-known names in golf, Sir Michael Bonallack OBE and Bernard Gallacher OBE, are encouraging golf clubs to respond to the Golf Foundation's Annual Appeal for 2005, which is being supported by Club Car. Through the recently launched appeal, golf clubs are being asked for a range of donations to help fund the Golf Foundation's development work in schools, golf facilities and through local authorities all over Britain. All money raised is hugely beneficial for junior golf and gives many more youngsters a chance to experience the sport and its values.
- ENGLISH GOLF RECEIVES £8 MILLION BOOST
Golf has won the government’s backing with the announcement today from Sport England that it is to receive an £8 million boost over the next four years for the development of the game. The 88 per cent increase of its annual grant to £2 million represents a major leap forward for the England Golf Partnership, which is planning to increase the number of individuals playing golf by 10% by 2009 and grow the active members of affiliated clubs by 50,000.