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Author: David Wilson

16 Dec 20

Author: David Wilson

16 Dec 20

Meet our Volunteers – John Ball

Name: John Ball            Home Club: Tenby            Volunteering Role: Referee Refereeing at Aberdovey Golf Club for the Welsh Seniors Championship, we sat down with John, a coffee, and fired a few questions his way: How long have you been playing golf? I have been playing now since I … Continued

Beacons beckon for Welsh elite

Over 30 of the best female golfers in the country are set for the picturesque Cradoc Golf Club this weekend for the Welsh Ladies Amateur Championship. The three day event comprising of both Stroke & Match Play will involve a host of international players in what promises to be an exciting Bank Holiday Weekend.

Leading Amateurs Head to Harlech

The world renowned Royal St. David’s Golf Club in North West Wales will host the 2019 running of the Welsh Ladies Open Strokeplay over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend. With the weather set fair, a field full of international amateur level golfers will take on the 54 hole Championship on the testing 6200 yard … Continued

Wales Golf announces changes to Junior Championships for 2019

We are delighted to announce further enhancements to some of Wales Golf’s Junior Championships for 2019. An additional qualifying event for the Ping Welsh Junior Tour has been confirmed and our Under 16s & Under 14s Championships will be extended by an extra day. Ping Welsh Junior Tour Following on from another successful and record … Continued

Wales Golf to run Home International Matches

This year’s Home International Matches will see the top amateur golfers from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales compete for the Raymond Trophy. Ireland will be keen to defend their title won in exciting fashion in 2017 at Moortown GC after finishing level with England at the top of the table. The round robin match play … Continued

Ryan Romps to Welsh Youths Title

County Durham’s Ryan Dixon enjoyed the biggest win of his career at the Welsh Open Youths at Wenvoe Castle near Cardiff. Letchworth’s Jack Slater was second, three shots back, with Llandudno’s Rueben Bather in third, part of a strong home challenge with Prestbury’s Matthew Delaney 5th, Aberdovey’s Connor Owen and Delamere Forest’s James Ashfield part … Continued