- Launch of HSBC Junior Match Play PLUS Pee Wee Wonders 2006
HSBC's commitment to grassroots golf in the UK continues to grow with the launch of the HSBC Junior Match Play, for 12 -18 year old boys and girls. This feature also includes info and details on the HSBC Pee Wee Wonders circuit for 2006
- 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 Schools Championship - ENTRY
This article contains the Entry form, the Poster and the Terms and Conditions of entry for the 2006 Warwickshire Schools Championships to be played at Ingon Manor Golf Club on Tuesday 11th April. CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES : Monday 3rd April 2006
- The 2006 Annual Warwickshire Junior Delegates Meeting
Held at Copt Heath GC on Thursday 2nd February. This is an extensive report on the annual Junior Delegates meeting at which the past year is reviewed and plans for 2006 outlined (in some detail). This year, one of the key agenda items was the new format for the Junior Order of Merit (the JoM) which is included in this report but covered fully in a separate feature to be found below this editorial.
- Warwickshire County Junior Order of Merit
This is detailed news of the changes to the Junior Order of Merit which will make it probably the best opportunity for any Junior in England to show how their golf is developing. The presentation at the 2006 Junior delegates AGM was started by Chairman of Junior Golf John Jewsbury. The actual 'nuts and bolts' were presented by David Morgan and those are included here, together with a PDF of the application form that a Club needs to use to join the 2006 JoM.
- Argos/Golf Foundation deal has massive potential for encouraging new golfers
Millions of people now have access to a starter golf kit called Tri-Golf thanks to a deal struck between retail giant Argos and the Golf Foundation. The Tri-Golf game, a growing hit with schools and golf clubs, is now featured strongly in the new Argos catalogue. Millions of customers around Britain now have the opportunity of buying an officially endorsed golf game at a starter price of ý19.99.
- Course record tumbles at Girls Championship
The Girls Championship was hosted by Sutton Coldfield Golf Club on Monday 15th August and saw the course record broken by Felicity Johnson. This was only one of many low scores on this tough course in fine condition!