Golf Returns but with Restrictions!

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Golf begins to get back to normal, even if life doesn't!

Letter from CEO of England Golf

Thursday 16th April 2020

Jeremy Tomlinson's response to the petition for golf courses to be opened to the public as a communal space for permitted forms of exercise.

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Tuesday 17th March 2020

Event Cancellations

Ben shoots 67 to win at Temple

The sun was shining for our second Futures Tour event, where we welcomed 54 boys to Temple Golf Club. In the under 12 division, Harvey Cooper (Huntercombe) came second with a nett 74 just one shot behind Oliver Kelloway (Woburn) with a nett 73. Alfie Westbrook (Frilford Heath) stormed to victory in the gross category breaking 80 for the first time shooting a very impressive 78 off a 23 handicap, 7 shots ahead of Daniel Butteriss (Wexham Park) who shot 85. 

Alfie Westbrook (Frilford Heath)

In the Under 14 division, Ben Pusey (Wexham Park) shot a nett 69 to win the nett prize on count back to Jack Parry (Huntercombe). Simon Mead (Newbury & Crookham) maintained his good form and won the gross prize shooting 73. Charlie Hing (Castle Royle) had a hole in one on route to a gross 75 to finish second. Freddie Horner came second in the Under 16 division with a nett 65, 1 shot behind Ollie Maynard (Drayton Park) who took the nett prize with a score of 64. Finlay Szafnauer (Frilford Heath) shot a solid 70 gross to finish second. Ben Loveard (Stoke Park) shot an impressive 67 to take the trophy in the gross category.

Ben Loveard (Woburn) & Simon Mead (Newbury & Crookham)

Thank you to Temple Golf Club for their hospitality and effort throughout the day. Thanks as ever to Titleist for their continued support which is appreciated by all the boys. Well done to all our Winners, we look forward to seeing you at Hadden Hill on 9th June. 

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