- Midland Schools - 2 through
This was not the best day for Warwickshire but our top two made it through to the English Schools on a week's time at Belton Park.
- EGU Midland Ten Counties Qualifier - not our best year
The format is teams of 6, playing 36 holes medal, with aggregate of best 5 scores in each round to count, the winning county to represent the Midlands in the National Finals in August. So how did we do and what went on?
- The 2011 Warwickshire Schools Entry Forms
Ingon Manor Golf & Country Club - Wednesday 13th April 2011 - This article contain the entry forms for the 2011 Schools. You can only enter the Schools via postal entry. Pictured are the 2011 Champions Katrina Gani (Shirley) and Tom Ibbertson (Hearsall)
- The Boys are Back
The Midland Schools 2010 - Ingon Manor Golf and Country Club - Monday 31st May - After two 'fallow' years, both Boys trophies from the Midland Schools are back in bear Country, after another very close tussle with Leicestershire and Shropshire & Herefordshire.
- Junior News - Walmley 4th!
Junior Champion club tournament August 9/10th 2009 - Venue: Burghley Park golf Club, Lincs. Walmley qualified to represent Warwickshire at the Boys Trials.The team was lead by Junior Captain, Sam Teather, ably supported by the new Warwickshire Matchplay Champion, Rob Holland and the youngest member of the team, Thomas Jones.
- Battle of the Schools
Schools across Birmingham will be battling it out this week at two Birmingham City Council city-wide competitions, the largest city school competitions of their kind in England. The Golf Xtreme Final for secondary schools will be held at Harborne Church Farm on July 8 from 3.45pm- 6.00pm, whilst the Tri Golf Final for primary and junior schools will be taking place at Rednal Hill Primary School on July 9 from 10.00am - 2.30pm. Spectators are welcome to watch the enthralling finals.
- Skakel's Schools
The 2009 Warwickshire Schools - Ingon Manor Golf & Country Club - Tuesday 14th April - For the past few years, the Schools has been dominated by those past County Junior age but still staying on to complete their education. 2009 saw the dawn of a new era, lead by younger players and their champion was Patrick Skakel from Solihull School.