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July 2005

Waring crowned English champion
Sunday, July 31, 2005
He won the title in front of his own members at his own club of Bromborough when he defeated Cheshire county colleague Steven Capper 3 and 2 in the 36 hole final......
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Melissa Reid plays Joanne Hodge in English Girls’ final
Saturday, July 30, 2005
Derbyshire’s Melissa Reid and Gloucestershire’s Joanne Hodge will meet head to head for the first time in the final of the English Girls’ Championship at Liphook......
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CAPPER FACES WARING IN ENGLISH AMATEUR FINAL
Saturday, July 30, 2005
Todays's 36-hole final of the English Amateur Championship at Bromborough will be an all-Cheshire affair between Steven Capper from Caldy and Paul Waring from the host club.........
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Melissa reaches quarter-finals of English Girls’ Championship
Friday, July 29, 2005
Derbyshire’s Melissa Reid continued her impressive defence of her title by easing into the quarter-finals of the English Girls’ Championship at Liphook........
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SEEDS CRASH OUT AS THE RAIN LASHES BROMBOROUGH
Friday, July 29, 2005
Persistent rain, often heavy, made conditions tough at Bromborough for the last 32 competitors on day four of the English Amateur Championship and it proved a slippery slope for several seeds......
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DINWIDDIE CRASHES OUT TO TEENAGER TAVERNER
Thursday, July 28, 2005
The seeds generally held sway on a glorious third day of the English Amateur Championship at Bromborough............
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PARRY CHOSEN TO CONTEST DANISH AMATEUR
Thursday, July 28, 2005

Yorkshire champion John Parry gained a consolation for his early exit from the English Amateur Championship by being chosen to contest the Danish Amateur Championship over the coming weekend.........

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FIGHTING FLEETWOOD IMPRESSES BUT SKELTON EASES THROUGH
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Michael Skelton has predicted a glowing future for 14 year old Tommy Fleetwood after he beat the Lancashire youngster in their first round tie at of the English Amateur Championship at Bromborough............
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McGOWAN AND RICHARDSON CARRY THE FLAG IN SWITZERLAND
Monday, July 25, 2005
Ross McGowan, winner of the inaugural South of England Strokeplay Championship at Walton Heath last week, and Edward Richardson, another 2005 champion, will represent the English Golf Union in the Swiss Amateur Championship...... Full Story

YOUNG TRIO HEAD NORTH SEEKING A SUCCESSFUL FINNISH
Monday, July 25, 2005
Three players who seem destined for greater things have been selected to represent the English Golf Union in the 54-hole Finnish Open Amateur Championship at Helsinki Golf Club on 4th-6th August.......

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Sophie stars in Vagliano Trophy triumph and England girls finish high
Monday, July 25, 2005
England’s Sophie Walker played the starring role as Great Britain & Ireland successfully defended the Vagliano Trophy, beating the Continent of Europe 13-11 at Chantilly, France.......England teenagers Florentyna Parker and Hannah Barwood had top five finishes in the European Young Masters at Murhof in Austria.........

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CONSISTENT HAYLOCK WINS CARRIS TROPHY BY FIVE STROKES
Friday, July 22, 2005
Hertfordshire’s Thomas Haylock, showing splendid consistency, cantered to victory in the English Boys under 18 Strokeplay Championship at Moor Park........
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News from the English Ladies
Friday, July 22, 2005
Emma Lyons wins South-Eastern Championship......Teenagers Emma Cutmore and Sian James and are the toast of their regions after both girls claimed championship wins.....Laura-Jane wins English Schools U16 title..... Full Story

CHAMPION CRYER SET TO DEFEND CZECH AMATEUR TITLE
Friday, July 22, 2005
Matthew Cryer, winner of the Czech Amateur Championship a year ago, will defend the title next month........

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ENGLAND PREPARE FOR VAGLIANO TROPHY and TRIO OF CHAMPIONS
Monday, July 18, 2005
Players who helped England win silver in the European Ladies’ Team Championship will return to international action next week in the Vagliano Trophy matches.
........England girl international Katrina Holford is celebrating a championship win – alongside Devon’s Emma Tayler and Lancashire’s Catherine Roberts.........
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CONFUSION ABOUT GOLF CLUB SUBSCRIPTION FEES
Saturday, July 16, 2005
THE NATIONAL Golf Clubs' Advisory Association (NGCAA) is calling for clarity about the rules for golf club and other sporting clubs'subscription charges.....
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Laura Eastwood wins English Strokeplay Championship
Friday, July 15, 2005
Devon’s Laura Eastwood transformed her golfing fortunes when she stormed away from the field to win the English Ladies’ Strokeplay Championship by five shots........

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SHERREARD NAMED AS ENGLAND BOYS CAPTAIN
Monday, July 11, 2005
Tom Sherreard, who is enjoying a highly successful year, has been appointed England captain for the Boys Home Internationals at Woodhall Spa on 2nd - 4th August.......
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England Ladies take Silver - but Girls Win Gold
Monday, July 11, 2005
England took the silver medal in the European Ladies’ Team Championship after losing to Spain in the final......England are the golden girls of European golf – snatching victory in the European Girls’ Team Championship Full Story

England storm into European semi-finals
Friday, July 8, 2005
England stormed into the semi-finals of the European Ladies’ Team Championship in Karlstad, Sweden, beating Finland 6-1........
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Youngest Ever Player picked for Walker Cup
Thursday, July 7, 2005
Oliver Fisher will be the youngest player ever to take part in the Walker Cup when Great Britain & Ireland defend the trophy against the United States at Chicago Golf Club, Illinois, on August 13-14...... Full Story

RECORD CROWDS AT SCOTTISH OPEN EXPECTED TO RAISE THOUSANDS FOR CHILDREN’S HOSPICE
Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Record crowds are expected to head to Loch Lomond this week to watch Thomas Levet defend his title in the £2.4 million Barclays Scottish Open and for the second year running, spectators at the event will be helping to raise money for the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland....... Full Story

ENGLAND CROWNED CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE
Wednesday, July 6, 2005
They ended a 14 year wait for the title with a comprehensive 6-1 victory over Germany in the final of the European Men’s Team Championships over the Hillside Course at Southport........ Full Story

GOLDEN GIRL HEADS TO WORLD TRANSPLANT GAMES
Wednesday, July 6, 2005
British Transplant Team boast golfing talent Rachael Reynolds........
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GOLF CLUBS 'UNLIKELY' TO BECOME DENS OF INIQUITY
Wednesday, July 6, 2005
DESPITE clear guidance being given to Local Authorities and the Police last year by the Department of Media, Culture and Sport on the implementation of new licensing laws, golf clubs in various parts of England and Wales are still encountering problems in their efforts to renew their drinks licences.........
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PIED 'PUTTS' THE SWING INTO CHARITY EVENT AT THE SCOTTISH OPEN
Monday, July 4, 2005
PIED Ltd of Perth, finalists in the 2005 Tayside Business Awards, are again helping to raise funds for CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland) at this years' Scottish Open, in conjunction with Barclay's and the PGA European Tour....... Full Story

WALES AND SCOTLAND CRASH BUT ENGLAND EASE THROUGH
Sunday, July 3, 2005
Both Wales and Scotland, two of the top three qualifiers, slipped to a shock quarter-final defeats on a topsy-turvy third day in the European Men’s Team Championships at Hillside, Southport........
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