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THERE is a national campaign to attract more ladies to golf and West Lancashire Golf Club in Blundellsands is heavily involved in this initiative.Read
PUPILS from Crosby High School attended the final qualifying round of the Open Golf Championship held at the West Lancashire Golf Club last week.Read
JAMES Rooney won the Lancashire Boys' Championship for the Harold Ryden Challenge Trophy at Fishwick Hall by two shots.Read
FORMBY Cricket Club first XI opened their league campaign with a comfortable home win over Alder.Read
SCHOOL’S OUT for Nick Dougherty.Read
LANCASHIRE golfer Paul Wesselingh completed a hat-trick of titles as the first 1836tour.com campaign reached a dramatic climax at West Lancashire Golf Club in Crosby.Read
THE Michael Marshall Memorial Golf Day in aid of The Brunswick Youth Club in Bootle enjoyed its 10th successful visit to the Royal Liverpool Golf Club.Read
THE search is on to find the golf club 2011 Steward of the Year, the national competition won last year by Andy Shaw of Southport Old Links.Read
SEFTON’S growing worldwide reputation as England’s Golfing Capital has been given another boost with the news that Formby Hall has secured the PGA EuroPro Tour for a third successive year.Read
BILL SALMON is the new Merseyside Municipal champion, earned with a brilliant round of 69 gross and based on a surge of confidence and a round of putting so exceptional a fellow competitor asked him: “Are you sure that putter is legal?”Read
YOUNGSTERS got into the swing of things and ‘putt’ in plenty of effort when they took part in a special sporting event at Aintree Golf Centre.Read
THE contrasting fortunes of two of Merseyside’s top golfers were clearly highlighted during the storm-hit Barclays Scottish Open.Read
ONE OF the world’s top golf tournaments is returning to its Merseyside roots this month.Read
A NEW matchplay competition, the Northern Matchplay Championship, is being organised for amateur golfers in the north west next season.Read
TWO of Merseyside’s top amateur golf events will celebrate a world first next summer.Read
TEENAGER Liam Connolly has left his Merseyside home for Australia after his most successful season to hit his first ball in his professional career.Read
TOMMY FLEETWOOD, who began his golf career as a youngster playing on the municipal course on Southport Promenade and is now the English Amateur champion, has turned professional.Read
PAULA CREAMER took time off from her preparations for a bid to land back-to-back women’s majors to offer words of encouragement for a Merseyside golfer playing in her first.Read
A HIGHLY-PROMISING 17-year-old golfer from South Sefton Sixth Form College is struggling to find a club to help him fulfil his ambitions.Read
THE Ricoh Women’s British Open is one of the golfing highlights of the sporting calendar.Read
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