WOMENS GOLF Giles wins Women's Open Stroke Play title

england golf logoSt Mellion amateur international ace Sammie Giles is the new English Women’s Open Stroke Play champion.

The 20-year-old Cornwall women’s champion from Saltash won the national title by finishing on one over 289 at St Anne’s Old Links GC and a shot ahead of Yorkshire’s Rochelle Morris.

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Cornwall's Toy is new English girls golf champion

Cornwall’s Emily Toy won the 2015 English girls’ championship at Sheringham Golf Club yesterday with a four round total of four under par 288.

The 17-year-old from Carlyon Bay lcinched the England Golf title by two shots from girl internationals Lizzie Prior (Burhill) and Emma Allen (Meon Valley).

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AMATEUR GOLF Hall and Li competing in Portugal

England golf logoEngland Boys internationals Harry Hall and Jamie Li are set to tee off at the Portugese Amateur Championship at Montado Golf Resort in Palmela today.

West Cornwall Golf Club's Hall, 17, is the reigning Welsh Youths Open champion. Last year he represented England Golf in the Irish Boys Open and the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, finishing equal eighth.

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CORNWALL GOLF WEEK 2013 is happening now!

cornwall golf partership logoRarely has Cornwall golf started a summer season with such a high profile.

As recently reported, county development officer Simon Wood has helped launched a new television feature dedicated to golf in Cornwall.

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JUNIOR GOLF Tinsley and Pope give Devon hope

Yorkshire play Staffordshire today for the 2012 English Boys county team title at Cotswold Hills Golf Club in Gloucestershire.

Both teams have – as anticipated – won their opening two matches with pre-tournament favourites Yorkshire overcoming Devon 6-3 yesterday despite resilient back-to-back wins for Ryan Pope and Jacob Tinsley.

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2012 McGREGOR TROPHY TEES OFF AT TREVOSE

The 2012 English Boys Under 16 Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship for the McGregor Trophy has teed off at Trevose Golf & Country Club.

Northumberland’s Jack Hermeston, the young City of Newcastle ace won the 72 holes championship by four shots a year ago, finishing seven under on 281 at South Moor, in Durham.

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