2013 NSGA Annual Strokeplay Championship
The above event was being played at Wollaton Park Golf Club on Tuesday 23rd October 2012.
We are very grateful to Wollaton Park Golf Club, not only for the use of their course to host this year's Championship, but also for the 'loan' of their Club Captain, John Smith who presented the trophies to the successful competitors.
The qualifiers for Regional and National events are as follows as a result of this event;-
Midland Schools' Championships (Friday 31st May 2013, Northamptionshire County Golf Club)
Rhiannon Linacre (Ashfield), Kier Stockdale (Outwood Academy), James Hollis (Fernwood), Lee Betteridge (Garibaldi), Jacob Walker (West Bridgford), Kyle Thorpe (Outwood Academy).
Please note that from the Midlands Schools' Championships, ten boys and five girls qualify to represent the Midlands at the National Finals which are being held at Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell) on Monday 24th June 2013.
Under 16 Championship (Monday 22nd July 2013, Bolton Old Links Golf Club)
Kyle Thorpe (Ouwood Academy)
Team Championships (Wednesday 10th July 2013, Woodhall Spa Golf Club)
Garibaldi A, Minster
More Notts Schoolboy Internationals!
Both Liam Taylor (Garibaldi) and Isaac Walker (West Bridgford) were selected to represent England Schools' in their international fixture against Scotland.
Their selection rounded off a wonderful year for both boys. Taylor is the current Notts Matchplay Champion and also won the Midland Youths at Stoke Rochford in July. Walker is the current Notts Schools' Strokeplay Champion and finished Runner Up in the Midland Boys earlier in the season.
The boys are regular foursomes partners for Nottinghamshire Under 18 Boys and were asked to recreate their County partnership on to the international stage. They halved their match in the morning but both won their singles matches in the afternoon, helping to secure an English victory.
The match was played at Hesketh Golf Club, Southport on Monday 10th September.
2012 National Schools Championship - The Kendleshire
This event was played at The Kendleshire Golf Club, near Bristol on 25th June 2012 in what was probably the last day of warm sunshire we've had!!
Whilst Jodie and Isaac showed glimpses of their talent, Liam Taylor had an excellent day which resulted in his selection to play for England against Scotland at Hesketh Golf Club in September.
Full results from The Kendleshire can be found by clicking below;-
2012 Midland Schools' Championship - Matlock Golf Club
Following the cancellation of the above competition due to the course closure at Matlock Golf Club on Friday 8th June 2012 following overnoight torrential rain, the Midlands Committee have had to make decisions regarding the composition of their team to go to the National Championships.
The decision made was forced upon them as there was no time, or availability, to make revised arrangements to play their Championship, and therefore, following much deliberation between the Counties that make up the Midlands, it was decided that the ten boys and five girls that were due to compete at Matlock would be selected. This decision left Nottinghamshire with three representatives;-
Liam Taylor (Garibaldi)
Isaac Walker (West Bridgford)
Jodie Peacock (Dukeries College)
Our best wishes go to them at The Kendleshire on Monday 25th June,
2012 NSGA Matchplay
This year's Matchplay Championship is now underway and the most up to date information is detailed below.
Ties to be played over 18 holes with full handicap difference. In the event of being all square after eighteen, a play off over three holes is required to determine the winner.
If the match is between a boy and girl, the girl is allowed the positive difference between the men’s and ladies SSS, when the ladies SSS is greater than the men’s. The girl will then take her shots off the men’s card. No other courtesy shots will be allowed.
Isaac Walker vs. Jack Jephson
Jack Marsh vs. Megan McJannet
Lewis Parker vs. Milo Ryan
Jason Law vs. Louis Burton-Williams
Alex Taylor or Rebecca Williams vs. Lee Betteridge
Cole Betteridge vs. Lewis Mallinson
James Abbott vs. Cormac Ryan
Joe Hague vs. Travis Turner
2011/12 Notts Schools Strokeplay Championship
The Championship was played out at The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club on Tuesday 25th October 2011in wonderful weather conditions and on a golf course in prime condition.
In the scratch competitions, Isaac Walker (West Bridgford) repeated his 2010 Boys win with a wonderful two under par 69 to take the title from Liam Taylor (Garibaldi) by one shot, Emily Lyle (Portland) took the Girls title with a 75 and James Hollis (Fernwood) successfully defended his Under 16 title win a 75.
In the handicap competitions, Jack Jephson (Quarrydale) took the Boys title by a shot from James Moore (Beckett) to make it a speldid double for his School following Joe Hague's victory in the Matchplay final the day before. In the Girls section, Eliza Davidson (Nottingham Girls High School) shot a stunning 61 to leave the rest of the field well behind.
As far as the team competition, Quarrydale (Jack Jephson, Travis Turner & Lewis Mallinson) completed the third celebration for that School by winning by two shots from West Bridgford A (Isaac Walker, Jacob Walker & Jack Taylor).
All at Nottinghamshire Schools Golf Asociation would like to place on record their thanks to The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club for agreeing host this Championship and for doing so in such magnificent fashion.
Photographs will appear in due course.
As a result of this Championship, the qualifiers for the Regional & National Competitions are now known;-
Midlands Finals - Friday 8th June 2012 - Matlock Golf Club, Derbyshire
Isaac Walker (West Bridgford), Liam Taylor (Garibaldi), James Hollis (Fernwood), Jack Worley (Ashfield) & Lee Betteridge (Garibaldi).
Team Championship - Wednesday 11th July 2012 - Woodhall Spa Golf Club, Lincolnshire
Quarrydale, & West Bridgford A
Under 16 Championship - Monday 23rd July 2012 - Birstall Golf Club, Leicestershire
James Hollis (Fernwood), Jordan Boulton (All Saints RC), Oliver Drew (All Saints RC), Carter Newton (Holgate), Emily Lyle (Portland) and Sophie Newlove (Beckett). Additionally, if Lewis Parker (Selston Arts & Community College) and Keir Stockdale (Valley) reduce their handicaps to five or below before the entry deadline, they will also be included.
STOP PRESS - We can announce that next year's Annual Strokeplay Championship will take place on Tuesday 23rd October 2012 at Wollaton Park Golf Club.
2012 Matchplay Championship
We are now accepting entries into the 2012 Matchplay Championship.
Please complete the approriate Entry Form by clicking here and send it to the Association's Secretary/Treasurer.
The fee for entry is unchanged at £6.00 per player.
Jack Sallis selected for England - again!!
Following the cancellation of the Under 16's Championship, the English Schools' Golf Association were left with a dilema as to the final team to play Wales in their annual match which this year is being played at Copt Heath Golf Club in August. The final two places should have gone to the winner and runner up of that cancelled event so they have now decided to return to the final scores at the National Finals and this has resulted in Jack Sallis being selected. He received his call from the National Boys Team manager Jason Rhodes to confirm.
Congratulations Jack on winning your second cap!! Good luck in the match.
County Academy Programme
The Nottinghamshire County Golf Partnership have released details of their forthcoming programme and are now looking for talented and enthusiastic young golfers - both boys and girls - to take part.
2011 ESGA Under 16 Championship
It was our intention to provide a report from the above event that took place at Bolton Old Links Golf Club on Monday 18th July 2011. Unfortunately the foul weather expereinced on the day before and the day of the competition put paid to that! Practice rounds on Sunday were limited to nine holes due to rain covered greens and overnoght rain meant that the competition couldn't go ahead as scheduled. It now seems likely that it will not be played this year.
So much for the Great British Summer!!
2011 ESGA National Team Championship
As in 2010, Nottinghamshire sent two teams to represent the County in the event - this year being played on the Bracken Course at Woodhall Spa Golf Club.
Asfield School, as our winners, and Valley School, as runners up went over to the Lincolnshire course and competed in what was at times torrential rain. Notwithstanding the weather, both Schools put in very creditable performances scoring 78 points and 76 points respectively. Unfortunately this left them both off the rostrum although Ashfield did take fourth spot, just two behind the third placed School and four behind the winners - Woodbridge from Suffolk.
Full results can be found here.
2011 ESGA National Finals
The Schools' National Finals have now been held at a pristine Belton Park Golf Club, Grantham. The weather was superb! For the Practice Round, it was so hot that some competitiors left the course after nine, preferring to walk the second nine to conserve energy. It also prompted the organisers to scoot off to the near supermarket to purchase 300 bottles of water for competitors use during the tournament itself.
Nottinghamshire were represented by Emily Lyle and Rachel Boulton - a late call up for an injured player - for the girls, and the boys were represented by Jordan Boulton, Jack Sallis and Lee Shepherd.
Scoring conditions were excellent in the morning as there was a breeze that was keeping temperatures down in the sunshine, illustrated splendidly by the fact that a girl broke the course record for the Ladies in the morning. Rachel Boulton performed magnificently in the morning with an opening 75 despite the fact that she was on the 1st Tee less than twelve hours before she knew she was playing. All three boys were in contention after the first round being just a few shots behind the leaders.
The afternoon conditions were much the same although there was a constant threat of rain and a storm - thankfully neither materialised. Rachel followed up her 75 with a 79 which left her out of the picture but nevertheless a very creditable performformance. Emily had one of those day that we all get but they do at least make the good days taste that little bit sweeter. Both Jordan and Lee fell away during the afternoon, but Jack produced a 72 to go with his morning 73 to just miss out on an international place - he was so close that he has been named as a reserve for the Scotland match in September. If only his putter had been a little warmer as tee to green, he was magnificent.
A wonderful day was had by all, marred only by the fact that someone took Jordan's day shoes (size 8) and replaced them with a pair of golf shoes (size 11)!
Full results can be found here - Boys Girl
2011 Midlands Schools' Championship
A wonderful sunny day at Notts Golf Club - where we were treated to excellent hospitality and service - saw the 2011 Midlands Schools' Championships held on 3rd June.
The eventual winners - Lianna Bailey (Leicestershire) for the girls and Bradley Moore (Derbyshire) both played consistently and excellently over both rounds. Also special mention ought to go to Cameron Long (Staffordshire, who not only returned a sub par 71 in the afternoon, but covered the back nine in a mere 32 shots!
An excellent day was had by all and we wish all of the competitiors that now go on to the National Finals at Belton Park Golf Club, Lincolnshire the very best of luck.
Full result from the day can be found by clicking here.
2011 Notts Schools' Matchplay Championship
Three-quarter handicap difference to apply.
Here is the draw for the last sixteen of the school's matchplay;-
Lewis Parker lost to Jodie Peacock
Jack Weston beat Luke Weaver
Jason Law lost to Lee Betteridge
Alex Taylor beat Sam Marsden
Cole Betteridge lost to Isaac Walker
Joe Brown lost to Liam Taylor
Jack Worley lost to Joe Hague
Jacob Walker lost to Jack Jephson
The draw for the 2011 Quarter Finals is as follows;-
Jodie Peacock beat Alex Taylor
Jack Weston lost to Lee Betteridge
Isaac Walker beat Liam Taylor
Jack Jephson lost to Joe Hague
The draw for the 2011 Semi Finals is as follows;-
Jodie Peacock beat Jack Weston
Isaac Walker lost to Joe Hague
The 2011 Matchplay Final is as follows;-
Jodie Peacock lost to Joe Hague
A wonderful final was played out at Notts (Hollinwell) Golf Club on Monday 24th October 2011 between Jodie Peacock (Dukeries College) and Joe Hague (Quarrydale), the losing finalist in last year's final.
The morning round saw some splendid golf and there was little between the two and they went into the lunch break all square. However, it was Joe that came out the stronger into the second round, establishing an early lead that was never surrendered, eventually running out a 7 & 6 victory to put last year's disappointment well and truly behind him. Nonetheless, both finalists did very well, both in reaching the final and then in the final itself.
This was aparticularly pleasing victory for John Holland, Notts Schools' Golf's Matchplay Co-Ordinator as he finally got to see one of his boys take the honours.
2011 Notts Schools' Regional & National Qualifiers
The following have been selected to represent Nottinghamshire at the events detailed;
Midlands Schools' Championships - 3rd June 2011 - Notts (Hollinwell) Golf Club
Emily Lyle, Rachel Boulton, Rhiannon Linacre and Emily Cheshire for the girls.
James Hollis, Jordan Boulton, Reece Thorlby Coy, Joe Hague and Jacob Walker for the boys. Furthermore, Lee Shehard and Jack Sallis have also gained places in view of their performances in Schools' Golf during 2010. Lee made it through to the National Finals and just missed out on a place for the Scotland match (he was named reserve but did not get a game). Jack finished runner up in the Under 16's Championship afetr two sub-par rounds and represented England in their International with Wales.
Schools' Team Championships - 6th July 2011 - Woodhall Spa Golf Club
Ashfield (Jack Worley, Lewis Burton-Lewis, Joe Brown) and Valley (Louis Booth, Keir Stockdale, Brandon Hall)
Under 16 Championships - 18th July 2011 - Bolton Old Links Golf Club
Emily Lyle, James Hollis, Jordan Boulton, Jack Sallis, Joe Hague, Jacob Walker
2011 Notts Schools' Annual Strokeplay Championship
The above event has now been completed at Sherwood Forest Golf Club in wonderful springtime sunshine.
For the third consecutive year, a sudden death play off was required to determine the Boys Strokeplay Champion as both James Hollis (Fernwood) and Jordan Boulton (All Saints RC School) shot magnificent 73's. After halving the first, Hollis took the title on the second extra hole. As both are Under 16, a countback over the back nine was needed to separate them for this title and again Hollis came out on top. Oliver Maltby-Smith (The Manor School) shot 64 to record the best net from the Boys Section.
In the Girls section, Jodie Peacock (Dukeries) claimed the best gross prize with Amy Oxbury (The Minster School) coming up with the best net of the day.
This year's Champion School Team was Ashfield School taking the honours. All members of their team played their part in a three shot victory over Valley School, who also finished in the runners up slot in 2010. Both Schools have now been invited to represent Nottinghamshire in the National Finals which are being held at Woodhall Spa in July.
The full results from the event can be found by clicking here.
Double celebration for NSGA Secretary/Treasurer
NSGA Secretary/Treasurer Terry Walker has had cause for a double celebration of late.
Firstly, at the 2010 English Schools' Golf Association Annal General Meeting, he was appointed Assistant Secretary to National Secretary Margo Horsburgh.
Then secondly, he learned that he has been placed on the shortlist for the coveted title of Golf Club Manager of the Year. Terry's job is Managing Secretary of Lingdale Golf Club in Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire and his position on the shortlist is as a result of nominations made by the members of his Club. Judging will take place during March and April with the winner being announced on April 6th at The Kendleshire Golf Club, near Bristol.
English Schools' Golf Association - Latest News
The latest edition of the newsletter prepared by the ESGA can be found by clicking here.
Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence
The English Golf Union have released information regarding the above - aimed at talented young golfers aged 16-19,
For more information, copy this address - www.englishgolfunion.org/showpage.asp?code=0001000200050019. - and then paste it into your address bar.
Just to let you know that the Affiliation Forms and Entry Forms for our 2011 Strokeplay Championship and Matchplay Championship are now available for downloading from this website. Just select Competitions from the menu and then downloads from the options available.
The major change for 2011 is that our Team Championship will reflect the format for the National Team Championship i.e. a team will comprise of 3 players and the best two scores from those three will constitute the team score. Just on this subject, the National Team Championship is jointly organised by the English Schools' Golf Association (ESGA) and the English Golf Union and a recent decision has been announced that this event will be played at Woodhall Spa Golf Club, Lincolnshire from 2011 onwards. The date for the event is unchanged and is noted on our website diary. As in 2010, we will invite the Nottinghamshire Team Champions and Runners Up to represent Nottinghamshire in these finals.
The only other change to note is that we have increased the Affiliation Fee to £15.00 - the first increase in this fee since 2005. This increase has been imposed due to the increased Affiliation Fee to ESGA and more importantly, the increased support for our players to participate in the following events - Midlands Championship, National Championship, National Team Championship and Under 16 Championship.
Perhaps this is an opportune time to announce that we have decided to change our Golf Year (Jan 1 - Dec 31) to bring in line with the School Year (Sept 1 - Aug 31). The major effect this will have is that we plan to hold our 2012 Strokeplay Championship during the October 2011 Half Term to try and alleviate some of the increasing problem of fixture congestion. This move has been trialed in Bedfordshire with enormous success.
2010 NSGA Matchplay Final
On a very bright and sunny, though very frosty and cold October morning, Liam Taylor (Garibaldi) - the defending champion - and Joe Hague (Quarrydale) took part in the final of the Nottinghamshire Scholls' Matchplay final at Notts Golf Club (Hollinwell).
The first 18 holes were very even with never more than two holes in it, and Joe entered the interval with a 1 up lead. He maintained this with just six holes to play when Liam made his move to remove this deficit and move into a 1 up lead after 15. With the remaining two holes being halved, the final went down the last. Both boys missed the fairway to the left on 18. Liam's approach was just short and right of the green, with Joe missing the green to the left. Liam chipped up to around two feet but Joe went around 15 feet past the hole. With Joe now needing to hole out to have a chance of winning the hole and taking the match to a play off, a good few moments were spent weighing up the task ahead but unfortunately, the putt was missed, Liam's putt was conceded to confirm a 2 up victory and a defence of the title he won in 2009. Liam now becomes only the third player to have won this title two years in succession.
Well done to both players in participating in a splendid match to bring the curtain down on what has been a wonderful year for Nottinghamshire Schools' Golf.
Jack Sallis - England International
Following on from previous news, Jack Sallis (Colonel Frank Seely) made the trip to St Pierre, Chepstow for the England v Wales Schools' International fixture this month. As you can imagine it was a very exciting experience for all the lads and parents especially the competitors who hadn’t played for their country before.
Jack was paired with a fellow English Golf Union Regional Coaching Squad colleague from Chesterfield - Mark Porter - for the foursomes. They complimented one anothers games very well. After a solid front 9 in which they were 1 up with 3 birdies, the more experienced Wales pairing holed 3 good putts for birdies on the back 9 going 1 up on the long 16th with an excellent birdie to Jack and Marks par. Two halves on the last 2 holes just edged out Jack and Marks gallant efforts.
In the afternoon singles again Jack played solidly, especially on the back 9, in which he played to par in windy and wet conditions. However, after being 2 down after 9. it wasn’t quite enough to level his match and again Jack was on the wrong side of some brilliant putting by his opponent, typified by the Welsh boys’ 10ft par saving putt on the last with Jack lying close to the hole for his par.
Not all was lost though - the final result was 10.5 to 7.5 in Englands favour. All the results from the match can be found here.
Once again, congratulations to Jack on his qualification for the team and his performance at the match. Nottinghamshire Schools' Golf is very proud of him.
2010 Under 16's National Championships
The 2010 National Schools' Golf 'Tour' reached an exciting climax at the splendid Delamere Forest Golf Club, Cheshire as Nottinghamshire paraded their crack squad of competitors - reigning Strokeplay Champion - Isaac Walker (West Bridgford) and reigning Matchplay Champion - Liam Taylor (Garibaldi), together with the trio involved with the English Golf Union's Regional Development Squad - Joe Hague (Quarrydale), Jack Sallis (Colonel Frank Seely) and Jacob Walker (West Bridgford).
A variety of weather conditions that included a light wind, strong winds, drizzle, showers and sunshine saw our famous five compete for the Under 16 title and the chance to represent English Schools' against Wales next month at St Pierre, Chepstow.
Jack Sallis was our performer of the day with two super sub par rounds (70, 71) to shoot 141 and a tie for first place that he narrowly lost on a countback over the last nine holes. A fantastic performance and though he just missed out on the main event, Jack will now go on to represent England. WELL DONE JACK!!! Of the other performances, both Liam (71, 74) and Isaac (74, 71) shot 145 and achieved a top ten finish. With three of our players in the top ten and with four sub par rounds between them, we're sure that had there have been a team award on offer, we would have been in the front line to receive it. Unfortunately, Joe (77, 76) and Jacob (75, 80) have both had better days and will have better days to come. A tremendous end to the season and we look forward to advising you of Jack's experience of international golf as soon as we can.
FOOTNOTE - Despite valient efforts to cement Inter-County Schools' relationships, Liam Taylor was unable to obtain the telephone number of the very attractive young lady from Staffordshire. However, his ambassadorial ambitions have been noted for future use.
2010 English Schools' Team Championships
Everything went to plan on Day 1. The minibus was duly collected and packed. The West Bridgford School and Valley School boys were picked up as scheduled and the journey to Dorset was smooth if not a little long. Arrival at Came Down Golf Club was ahead of time in the glorious sunshine and an earlier practice time meant the boys could shake off their travel weariness to get down to business. Practice time over, there was still time to set up the tents, enjoy fish and chips on the promenade at Weymouth before taking in the Holland/Uruguay World Cup semi final. A return to base saw the boys settle down for the night under canvas after lengthy conversation.!
The morning arrived, as did bacon butties to provide nourishment for the day. Unfortunately, this is where plans started taking a turn for the worse. Lots of cloud cover meant no sun and this had been replaced by drizzle. With all the boys ready for action, the short trip from campsite to Golf Club took an age due to the morning rush hour traffic and when we finally got there, play had been delayed indefinitely due to fog which prevented us from seeing more than 100 yards ahead of us! With the Head Greenkeeper assuring the organisers that the fog was set for the day, cancellation looked inevitable. However, with a little easing of the fog and with four ball spotters on the 1st, it was decided to try and get some play in with a reduced competition of 9 holes.
Fortunately, more or less as soon as the first group teed off after a two hour delay, the easing continued and within a further hour, almost full visibility had returned albeit without the sunshine.
West Bridgford scored 37 points (Isaac Walker19, Jacob Walker 18, Tony Wells 8) and this looked a promising score for a while. However, as further scores came in, they dropped back to 9th place which was still commendable given the distance travelled, uncertainty over play and weather conditions. Valley School were just one point back at 36 (Oliver Bradbury 18, Jake Braybrook 18, Luke Atherton 15) and in 10th place.
Full results can be found by visiting the EGU website - go to www.englishgolfunion.org, then Championships, then EGU Championships and Tournaments and finally English Schools Team Championships.
An excellent journey and some good performances by our lads even if they didn't get on the winner's rostrum.
More pictures can be found in the Gallery section of this website.
2011 NSGA Annual Strokeplay Championships
We are delighted to inform you that Sherwood Forest Golf Club have very kindly agreed to host our 2011 Championship. The event will be held on Monday 18th April 2011. Further information on Sherwood Forest can be found be visiting their website - http://www.sherwoodforestgolfclub.co.uk/
Please note that this date has changed from 20 April 2011 due to a clash with other junior events being held on that date.
2010 National Championships
The 2010 National Championships were recently held at John O'Gaunts Golf Club, Bedfordshire which was in excellent condition and basking in hot sunshine. Due to two late withdrawals from the Midlands Team, the Team Manager called upon two boys whose borthers had already qualified as replacements - Harry Ibbertson of Warwickshire and Jacob Walker (West Bridgford School) of Nottinghamshire. This meant that Jacob joined qualifiers Lee Shepherd (The Brunts School) and Isaac Walker (West Bridgford School) in the finals.
Star man for the day was Lee Shepherd. Having gained a 'Mr Consistency' label following his two 73's in the Midlands, he added value to that title by producing two 75's at the Nationals. This left him positioned at 20th and unfortunately, just missed out on automatic selection for the team in the forthcoming internationals against Scotland and Wales although he has been named as reserve for the Scotland match.
Just behind Lee in 22nd place and a shot was Isaac Walker. Isaac suffered trolley troubles in the opening round and shot 81. However, in the afternoon, despite spending more time in the trees than Tarzan, a very 'Sevvy' like performance saw him produce a sub par round (one of only four all day) of 70.
Jacob started brightly, being only one over after 7, but then faltered to 80 in the morning. As with Isaac, Jacob improved in the afternoon, without as many tree visits, and shot 76.
It's many congratulations then to Lee and further details of his role of reserve, and photos from the day, will be added in due course.
Information as to the day's winners can be found by clicking here.
Midlands Schools Championships - Results.
Notts duo make it to National Finals
The Midlands Schools' Championships were recently held at Ingon Manor Golf & Country Club, Warwickshire and Nottinghamshire sent a team of four boys and two girls to compete. The Girls Team managed to take 3rd position whilst the Boys finished in 4th place. However, there was better news in the individual competitions. In the Boys section, Lee Shepherd (The Brunts School) was a model of consistency in producing two rounds of 73 that left him just outside the prizes but did ensure his qualification in the National Final later in June. Joining him there will be Isaac Walker (West Bridgford School), who completed a remarkable return to competitive golf following an emergency hospital operation just two weeks prior. Walker shot 75, 73. Sophie Godley (Worksop College) was the best of the girls but narrowly failed to qualify.
The National Finals will be held at John O'Gaunt Golf Club, Bedfordshire on 21st June.
All the results can be seen by clicking here.
More photos from the competition can be seen in the 'Gallery' section of this website.
Lee Westwood Golf School
Some of you may be considering a career in golf so we thought we'd bring to your attention the above that has just been launched. More details can be found on their dedicated website - www.leewestwoodgolfschool.com
2010 Annual Strokeplay Championship - 31st March 2010
The 2010 Annual Strokeplay Championships were held at Beeston Fields Golf Club. Despite it being a dry day, scoring conditions were made difficult by a very blustery wind, however, that didn't deter the boys from West Bridgford School who managed to sweep the board.
Not only did they take the Team prize (Tony Wells 65, Isaac Walker 72, Jacob Walker 76) by a clear 11 strokes from second placed Valley School, but Tony Wells also took the Best Boy's Net and Isaac Walker took the Best Under 16 Gross and the Best Boy's Gross overall after a thrilling four way play off.
In the Girl's section, Sophie Godley of Worksop College took the Best Girl's Gross and Gina Champion of Nottingham Girls High School succesfully defended the Best Girl's Net she won in 2009.
All the results from the day can be found by clicking here.