AMATEUR GOLF Double SW Week success for Somerset

SWCGA golfSomerset - skippered by James Ward - responded from back to back matchplay defeats at Parkstone by soaring to English County Finals qualification by a long shot.

The reds team of Craig Adams, Jonathan Grace, Tom Plumb, Tom Sloman, Tom Trowbridge and Phil White returned 14 under par 850 with morning and afternoon totals of 425.


AMATEUR GOLF South West Week day 3 updates

SWCGA golfHosts Dorset top the matchplay table after two wins from two at Parkstone.

Dorset followed up their big win over Wiltshire with an eye-catching 8-6 victory over favourites Gloucestershire after establishing a 5-3 morning singles lead.


AMATEUR GOLF South West Week day 2 updates

SWCGA golfHosts Dorset teed off South West Counties Week at glorious Parkstone with a big win over border rivals Wiltshire ahead of today's big game against perennial favourites Gloucestershire.

Dorset built on a morning 5-3 singles lead to coast home by a five-game margin, 9.5-4.5 and shoot to the top of the week-long matchplay leaderboard.


AMATEUR GOLF South West Week 2019 tees off today

SWCGA golfCornwall tee off the South Western Counties Golf Association Championship week when they play Devonshire at Parkstone Golf Club in Dorset today.

Ian Veale's Duchy side start men's South West Week seeking to bounce back from last Sunday's 8.5-6.5 Channel League defeat by Glamorgan at Radyr.


WOMENS GOLF Giles wins mega Cornish final at 40th

Megan Giles (St Mellion) Cornwall womens' golf champion image courtesy Nikki Hodge (Cornwall Ladies Golf Association)St Mellion amateur ace Megan Giles warmed up for this week's Helen Holm Scottish Women's Open Championship at Royal Troon & Troon Portland by retaining the Cornwall women's title.

Talented teenager Giles pipped Perranporth's Danielle Price in a titanic matchplay final at Price's rain and windswept home course.


European success for Somerset aces Sloman and Plumb

Euro Golf winners 300Somerset amateur golf aces Tom Sloman and Tom Plumb were to the fore as England pulled off a fantastic double with a consecutive clean sweep at the European Nations Cup in Sotogrande, Spain.

Yeovil’s Plumb, Taunton’s Sloman, Yorkshire’s Bailey Gill and Northamptonshire’s Ben Jones successfully defended the men’s trophy.


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