OBJECTIVES: NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LADIES COUNTY GOLF ASSOCIATION
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY GOLF PARTNERSHIP
ENGLAND GOLF WEBSITE
MIDLAND VETS WEBSITE
Northamptonshire Golf Union
2013 County Week Team
Alex Banham Elton Furze
Charlotte Taylor Northants County
Hannah Mulliner Northampton
Jenny Baughan Northampton
Karin Poolton Daventry
Megan Liddington Staverton
Meghan MacLaren Welingborough
Carol Gibbs Wellingborough
Rachel Smith Northants County
Alison Irvine Northampton
Emily Cotton Northants County
Mary MacLaren Wellingborough
Girls from your club may be playing and would like your support.
Frilford Heath Golf Club
Tel: 01235 390864
From the South:
From the South/London take the M40 and exit at Junction 8. Take the south A40 ring road around Oxford heading for the A34 and Newbury. Take the A34 and exit at the Marcham Road Interchange at Abingdon, onto the A415 heading for Witney. Carry on through the village of Marcham and at the traffic lights take the right turn onto the A338 heading towards Oxford. The club is approx ½ mile down on the left.
From the North:
From the North take exit 9 onto the A34, stay on the A34 past Oxford until you reach the Marcham Road Interchange at Abingdon and then follow above directions.
|Meghan MacLaren wins Irish amateur title|
Wellingborough Golf Clubs Meghan MacLaren produced some fabulous golf on the final day at Castle Golf Club Dublin to win the Irish Amateur Open Meghan was 2 behind with 4 to play and it was then she produced some spectacular golf in beating local favourite Paula Grant by 1 shot
Meghan with Sammy Fuller from Surrey and English champion Sarah-Jane Boyd teamed together to win the the NATIONS CUP with a 3 round score of 441 fron Ireland with 446
|COUNTY PRESIDENTS DAY 2013|
Sue Aitken held her charity day at her home club
Northamptonshire County GC on Friday 24th May
All the teams participating could be forgiven for thinking it was mid winter! as it was the most appalling weather , cold, wet & as it was extremely windy ladies were unable to put up umbrellas , were we downhearted , maybe a little but all was forgiven when we arrived at the homemade cake stall to all the wonderful selection provided by county committee , however I would also note the cake tent was wrecked by the wind and the ladies decamped to a car !!!
It was an opportunity for all the ladies to meet up and socialize,great fun was had by all
Sue raised £1,653, which included £300.00 for the raffle for County funds
Congratulations to Whittlebury Park 86pts winners on the day
Tracey Heavey-Jen Maxwell-Andrea Aitken-Jackie Taylor
2nd COLD ASHBY GC 81pts
Linda Ockenden, Vickie Clark, Jayne Neale, Lyn Thomas
3rd COUNTY 1st TEAM 79pts
Theresa East, Megan Liddington, Jenny Baughan, Karen Lobb
4th COUNTY 2nd TEAM 78pts
Mary Maclaren, Anne Wright (and not pictured Alison Irvine and Fran Woods)
NP Silver Carol Collins Kingsthorper GC
NP Bronze Di Drew Farthingstone GC
Wellingborough GC junior
Northamptonshire junior Becky is 1 of the 20 who qualified for the Abraham Trophy that is to be played at Tiverton GC Devon on Sunday 28th July
Good wishes to Becky for the final
It would be a good day to go and support Becky as the Abraham Trophy precedes
The English Girls
Ladies from all Northamptonshire clubs gathered at
Northampton GC for the friendly and informative
Meeting Reports March 2013 Click Link
With effect from January 1st 2012 The EWGA Operational Board has decided that distance measuring devises(DMDS) will be allowed in all EWGA competitions and championships
From 1 January 2012 EWGA will become a wholly subsidiary body within the EGU; the whole organisation will be renamed England Golf.
Wellingborough golf club member
who is now studying at Florida International University
Has won the Sun Belt Conference Championship ,Meghan has now won 3 tournaments in the 2012-2013 season
FIU star freshman Meghan , the individual medalist at the league championship, was named first team all-conference and was also named the league’s Freshman of the Year.
Well done Meghan from all the golfing ladies
Northamptonshire’s Meghan MacLaren is outstanding both on the golf course and in the classroom – and her performance has won the Silver Tee award from the English Women’s Golf Association.
The award is made annually to a girl who develops her golf while also concentrating on her studies. Meghan’s success in the Silver Tee was announced at the annual meeting of England Golf, the new national governing body for amateur golf in England formed by the merger of the English Golf Union and the English Women’s Golf Association.
Meghan commented on the award: “I’m absolutely thrilled. It just goes to show what a great job EWGA do through their coaching programmes. I have been with them since the age of nine and their continued support and belief in my golfing ability has helped give me the confidence to work hard at school and achieve my best both on and off the course. I feel very honoured to receive this award.”
| The England team that included Meghan MacLaren won the Nations Cup at the Spanish women’s amateur championship at El Valle.
Meghan MacLaren will represent England in the French Lady Junior Championship at St Cloud, near Paris, from April 5-9.
Charley Hull won the Harder Hall Womens Invitational on the US Amateur Orange Blossom Tour in Florida 7th Jan ,Charley has followed her win with a 3rd in the South Atlantic women's amateur championship at Oceanside Country Club, Ormond Beach in Forida on the 14th Jan.
Charley Hull has been named in a Great Britain and Ireland preliminary squad of 12 players for the 37th Curtis Cup match against the United States at The Nairn Golf Club
Charley Hull, will play in the Kraft Nabisco Championship in California on March 29th
The England team that included Charley Hull won the Nations Cup at the Spanish women’s amateur championship at El Valle.
Charlie Hull will represent England in the French Lady Junior Championship at St Cloud, near Paris, from April 5-9.
Charley Hull, aged 16, finished fifth in her first Ladies European Tour event.She ended on one under after steady rounds of 73, 72, 73 and 73 and said: “I’m really happy I came fifth on my own and I didn’t shoot over par at all, all week. I didn’t expect anything: I just go out there and play golf and have fun, which I did.”
Charlie Hull was one of the victorious GB team
that won back the Curtis Cup at Nairn GC
to defeat USA for the first time since 1996