SPECIAL MEETING ABOUT A NEW PAN-WIDE WARWICKSHIRE JUNIOR LEAGUE - You are invited to attend a meeting to discuss the formation and format of a new Junior League for Warwickshire Golf Clubs. It is intended that this will get under way in 2008. The meeting will be held at Ladbrook Park Golf Club on Monday 19 March at 7.30 p.m.


    This feature includes the full schedule (as a PDF) of the Championships and Junior Opens which will form the 2007 Schedule for the Warwickshire Junior Order of Merit. No matter what your handicap, if your club has entered you on the 2007 JOM, you have a chance to show how good your golf is over the coming season. If you are a Junior Organiser, you will be contacted shortly about your entry into this years JOM. For full details


    WARWICKSHIRE SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIP - Tuesday 10th April 2007 - Stratford Oaks GC - Entries Close 3rd April 2007 - This is the Championship to decide the Warwickshire Schools Girls and Boys Champions for 2007. These two competitions are gross but there is also the Warwickshire Schools Nett Championship to play for, the Warwickshire Schools team Championship (qualifying for the English Schools Team Championship TO BE PLAYED AT COVENTRY HEARSALL on11th July 2007), and the Warwickshire Schools U16s (winner guaranteed a place in the English Schools U16s)..

  • 2006 JOM Championship and the Final Junior Order of Merit

    Saturday 7th October - The West Midlands Golf Club - the 23 JOM Championship qualifiers came the the West Midlands Golf Club to play for the final batch of JOM points, the most significant of the year, many knowing that winning on the day could take them to the top of the JOM itself, such was the level of achievement they had over the season. In numerical terms, some 15 players could win the JOM Trophy, if the leaders (in the JOM) did not play well.

  • The future is brighter with more Boys success

    The English Schools Championship 2006 & the Finham Bowl. At the English Schools 2006, at Belton Park GC, there was more success for Warwickshire when Rory Kirwan was awarded a second England Cap after finishing in 10th place. Our County had another player at the event and bar one nine holes, it could have been a fantastic 48 hours for Coventry Finham member Ben Bernamont.

  • Springtime successes

    Warwickshire girls have started the season well.Hannah Coles, Abbey Gittings and Charlotte Dalton have played 2 rounds of the Faldo Challenge and are lying equal second. The first round was played at Royal West Norfolk in tough conditions and Hannah just lost out on first place. The second round at the Forest of Arden saw Abbey and Charlotte fighting for second place, Abbey just edging out Charlotte by one shot with an excellent 77.

  • Max is 'the man' - The Warwickshire Young Master

    Stoneleigh Deer Park - Wednesday 12th April - the first Warwickshire U12s. Having warmed up with third place in the nett at the Warwickshire Schools the day before, Maxwell Martin took on 65 players of his own age (and size) and walked away with the first Warwickshire Young Masters trophy. He has three more years of being able to play in this championship so he may add to this title but if the play of some of the rest of the field this inaugural U12s produced is to go by, he will have to keep getting better to do so.


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