- Celebrities to tee-off for Help the Aged
Stars of sport, screen and stage will be going head-to-head at this year's annual Mad March Hares Golf Tournament which takes place on Wednesday, 28 March at Kingswood Golf Club in Surrey. The event is in aid of Help the Aged, the Charity fighting to free disadvantaged older people from poverty, isolation and neglect and will be hosted by actor Robert Powell.
- The 2005 Mid Warwickshire League - Weekly results
This feature includes a PDF of the results from the Mid Warwickshire League as of 29/06. It will be updated each week and then include the results of the play-offs which are for the Top 4 finishers in the League, to decide the 2005 Champions
- SOUTH AMERICANS CLAIM SHOCK WIN
Emerging golf nation Colombia proved the surprise package at the International Pairs world final at Celtic Manor. Pablo Hernandez, 20, and Julio Garcia Salas, 28, romped to a four-point win from English teenagers Robbie Turner, 17, and Ian Ritchie, 16. It was nine-handicapper Hernandez?s first visit to the UK and Salas? first time playing golf in the country ? but the warm weather must have felt like home. They were not fazed by playing Wentwood Hills, a course which will host the Ryder Cup in 2010 and were seldom threatened.
- Colin Montgomerie urges golfers to tee-off for charity
Golfing legend Colin Montgomerie, OBE, is encouraging enthusiasts of the sport nationwide to put their handicaps to the test for charity this summer, by taking on Macmillan Cancer Relief’s Longest Day Challenge (13 June-13 July)1.
- TEE OFF IN DUBAI FOR THE FIRST GOLF IN THE GULF CHALLENGE FOR CHILDLINE
Golf legend and winning 2002 Ryder Cup Captain, Sam Torrance OBE is urging golfers to take part in ChildLine’s inaugural Golf in the Gulf Challenge, to help the children’s charity answer more calls from frightened children. Golf in the Gulf is a long weekend of unrivalled golf and luxury, aiming to raise thousands of pounds for the UK’s free, 24 hour helpline for children in danger or distress.
- Tree-mendous reception for pear offering
More than 100 pear trees have been distributed to golf courses across Yorkshire and Lancashire. Club officials found themselves unexpectedly confronted by visitors bearing these rather unusual gifts. Far from being renegade horticulturalists the visitors were in fact representatives of the International Pairs – the largest golf competition for club golfers in the world – hoping to spread the word about the tournament and talk to golf clubs face to face.
- BERMUDA GEARS UP FOR GOLF WITH TWO SPRING TOURNAMENTS
Bermuda, an island paradise in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean’s Gulf Stream, is home to the highest concentration of golf courses in the world, making it the perfect Mecca for golf enthusiasts. With this in mind, each spring Bermuda gears up to host two exciting tournaments offering amateur golfers the opportunity to play on some of Bermuda’s world-class courses. For one tournament, you’ll need to pack your bags very quickly (why not plan for next year?) but if you are looking at some sun for March …..