- Englands Ibbertsons
For the first time two twins brothers will play for England Schools after last week?s England Schools. Midland and Warwickshire Schools Champion Tom Ibbertson was one of the favourites for the English Schools and was Top5 after the first round.
- The Boys are Back
The Midland Schools 2010 - Ingon Manor Golf and Country Club - Monday 31st May - After two 'fallow' years, both Boys trophies from the Midland Schools are back in bear Country, after another very close tussle with Leicestershire and Shropshire & Herefordshire.
- The 2010 Junior Order of Merit
The 2010 Junior Order of Merit is now open for entry. Last year 18 clubs entered and more than 250 juniors scored JOM points, with the final placings going to the last three holes of the final even, the JOM Championship, with the 2009 winner being Michael Pell from Olton (Pictured). All entry details are in this article.
- WARWICKSHIRE YOUNG MASTERS TOURNAMENT ENTRY FORMS
In association with the WUGC Ltd on Wednesday 7th April 2010 at Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club - open to all young golfers (Boys & Girls) aged under 12. Players from all affiliated golf clubs and all County driving ranges are welcome.
- The 2010 Warwickshire Schools Entry Forms
Rugby Golf Club - 6th April 2010 - This article contain the entry forms for the 2010 Schools. You can only enter the Schools via postal entry BUT in the next few days you will find, ON A NEW SITE DESIGN for the Warwickshire Web Site, an on-line entry facility for ALL OTHER WARWICKSHIRE CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Tom Ibbertson in Abu Dhabi
The Final of the 2009 Daily Telegraph Junior Championship - Tom posted a score of 63 (7 under par, 5 under standard scratch) in the first round of the Coventry Hearsall Junior Club Championship to qualify in 6th place on the national leader board for the Abu Dhabi Junior Golf Championship sponsored by The Daily Telegraph.
- Skakel's Schools
The 2009 Warwickshire Schools - Ingon Manor Golf & Country Club - Tuesday 14th April - For the past few years, the Schools has been dominated by those past County Junior age but still staying on to complete their education. 2009 saw the dawn of a new era, lead by younger players and their champion was Patrick Skakel from Solihull School.