- Honours even in League Match 2
Welcoming Staffordshire to Edgbaston was a chance for a first win in three years. Two years ago Warwickshire lost at Brocton Hall, but still won the Midland league title. Last year, they entertained our team at the Open Championship qualifying course of Beau Desert, and with their win, the ended any hopes for our 1st Team.
- Three England Caps for Foster, Marson and Sullivan
It was a great day for Warwickshire Junior Golf at the England Schools Championships at Thetford G C, Norfolk, on Monday 28th June 2004. There were just 15 places available in the two England Schools teams for the International matches at the end of the Summer and 31 Counties were represented through the qualification process - Warwickshire ended up with 3 caps - 20% of the available places.
- Its Route 66 for Rob Steele
MIDLAND AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP 2004 - Finham GC and Kenilworth GC - 25th and 26th June. From a field of 106, Warwickshire had 9 qualifiers through to the final 36 of the 72 hole Chmapionship which has been held by all the greats and this year attracted the likes of Oliver Heath and Gary Wolstenholme to Coventry - but it was our own '1' and '2' who dominated the leaderboard after 36 and battled it out for the Silver Salver in some dreadful weather conditions.
- Midland Golf for the end of June - Rob Steele, David Harris and our best players.
Having arrived back from the County 6s at just after Midnight on Saturday, Rob Steele could hardly have expected to be fresh for 36 holes in the Finham Bowl on the Sunday morning - along with all the other players from Warwickshire and other Counties who had been playing in the County 6s. He was playing with Matt Cryer and their opening 73s left the pair five back from the lead. Then the fireworks started as the two played some fantastic golf ...
- The 2004 County 6 – Woodhall Spa
These are the final team scores from Woodhall Spa on 19th June 2004. It was a tough day, over a very challenging course, and the final qualification came down to just one shot. Notable rounds included a new course record from Thomason (Leics) of 66 – Thomason being the man who replaced Gary Wolstenholme!
- It?s not our year at the County 10s
As Leics and Lincs battled for the right to go to the County Finals, with just a player each to come in, it was time to concede that for 2004, Warwickshire would not be part of the Champion County event. This was at 8.20pm, over 12 hours after this marathon day had started.
- The 2004 Summer of Warwickshire Championships - ENTER NOW
Very close to this feature you will find a report on the 2004 Warwickshire Matchplay Championships. You will also be able to read the editorial from Andy Kearns on his team selection for the 2004 County 6 qualification which is next Saturday (19th June) at Woodhall Spa, the 'home' of English Golf. There are summaries of the recent 2nds and Juniors Matches in the relevant sections of the site and most importantly for a number of you, there are entry forms or on-line entry for four of the five remaining Warwickshire Union Strokeplay Championships.