- The 2004 Warwickshire U15s - the Draw
For the draw for the 2004 U15s, to be hald at North Warks GC on Tuesday 3rd AugustCLICK HERE
- Rumford strolls to victory by four shots
DROGHEDA, Ireland - Brett Rumford grew up playing in the wind in his birthplace of Perth, Australia and the experience helped him land the Irish Open title at Baltray on Sunday. Rumford, 27 on Tuesday, fired a five-under closing round of 67 to win by four strokes and became the first Australian in 54 years to take the title. Three successive birdies from the second thrust the Australian ahead of countryman Peter Lonard and into a lead he never relinquished, despite a brave attempt by Padraig Harrington that hauled the Irish hope within one stroke early in the round.
- Lonard survives blip to lead by one
DROGHEDA, Ireland (AP) _ Peter Lonard of Australia delivered a perfect example of how to keep your cool when disaster strikes as he overcame a blip in mid-round that cost him four strokes in the third round of the Irish Open on Saturday. The 37-year-old from Sydney triple-bogeyed the short seventh and three-putted the eighth for bogey but still shot a level-par 72 to keep the lead after three rounds on the wind-swept links of Baltray on the east coast of Ireland.
- The 2004 Ryder Cup - Langer speaks on the weekend's events
With significant column inches covering all the back pages of the National newspapers about Bernard Langer not being at the Open to meet up with prospective European Team members, as was his US counterpart Hal Sutton, Langer has issued a press statement which is given in full in this feature. Its a very positive response and before you consider what he has said, the Ryder Cup will be reported on HERE every night, direct from the course, by a top golf writer - details to follow with lots of features for Summer golf
- Three out of Three
At Brocton Hall, as Todd Hamilton was winning the Open, the Championship he had dreamed about and worked for in two decades playing golf across the World, 12 Warwickshire Juniors were continuing winning ways by beating Staffordshire Juniors comfortably to cement the team’s position at the top of the Midland League.
- Doughill takes Midland U16s honours for 2004
With two rounds of 72, it was a great performance from one of the youngest of the Warwickshire contingent in the 2004 Midland Boys at Moseley GC. With our County having won this Post and Mail trophy for Midland Boys itself, each of the last three years, expectations were high throughout but eventually only Chris Doughill was able to claim a Midland Trophy.
- Junior Team win No 2 – and gain some sort of revenge
It was the turn of Shropshire & Herefordshire to visit Warwickshire for the second of the 2004 Midland League matches. Brian Fish’s Junior team comfortably won away last year and our team had only lost two players through those players becoming too old for this season. Ron Snelling, Chairman of Shrops & Hereford had some younger players in his squad and both teams were missing a couple of ‘stars’ so the result of the Junior County 6s for 2004 pointed to a close match.