- LEADING GOLF BRAND PARTNERS TOP JUNIOR GOLF EVENT
Leading golf brand TaylorMade-adidas Golf has formed an exclusive partnership with HSBC Wee Wonders, the UK's leading open golf competition for 5 to 12 year olds. TaylorMade-adidas Golf will supply the event with an extensive range of equipment, apparel and golf balls, as well as lending valuable marketing and PR support. Ben Sharpe, TaylorMade-adidas Golf Managing Director comments:
- Warwickshire clean up at the 5 Counties Mixed Foursomes Championship for Under 18a
Warwickshire Girls and Boys won the best gross team trophy with a 3 from 4 score of 228, one shot ahead of Staffordshire. We also won the best net trophy by half a shot from Staffordshire. This is likely to be the best achievement at this event for Warwickshire for many years.
- The 2006 Warwickshire Junior Order of Merit.
The 2006 Junior Order of Merit starts with the 2006 Warwickshire Schools Championships, one of nearly 30 Championships and Junior Opens through to the end of September and concludes with the JOM Championship in early October. In addition to the listed events, any Junior registerred can also score Order of Merit points from 10 of their home club events and matchplay wins. And the winner will hold the new Birmingham Post and Mail Trophy for the year!
- The 2006 Warwickshire Boys Trials - ENTRY
This article contains the Entry form, the Poster and the Terms and Conditions of entry for the 2006 Warwickshire Boys Trials to be played at Stonebridge Golf Club on Thursday 20th April. Entries close at 12.00 noon on Thursday 6th April 2006
- Open highlights work of Golf Foundation
Famous names raise junior golfıs profile at St Andrews - 4,000 children have a go at golf. Their diaries might be booked solid but people with backgrounds as diverse as those of HRH The Duke of York, Brad Faxon and DJ Spoony were willing to make time for junior golf. Not a celebrity fee was paid but a procession of big names came to support the Golf Foundation and its work with juniors at The Open at St Andrews, and the Foundation now hopes an increasing number of people will support the work of this junior golf charity that is committed to bringing golf to more young people and making the sport more accessible for all.
- Two Course Records and Sullivan's Championships.
Andy Sullivan put aside the dissappointment of finishing poorly in the Carris Trophy to take his place alongside four times winner Steve Webster and three time holder Paul Broadhurst to take the Warwickshire Boys and the U-21's Trophies at Sutton Coldfield GC on Monday 25th July. The win was all due to a course record 65 in the morning.
- YOUNG GUNS IN SHOOT-OUT WITH BIG BOYS
Darren Clarke has secured an invitation for one of his Golf Foundation graduates to play in The Daily Telegraph Dunlop Masters. Rory McIlroy, one of the most exciting prospects in Irish amateur golf, will tee up against the professional elite of Europe at the Marriott Forest of Arden between May 12-15.