Imperious Yorkshire ladies heading for English County Finals after Northern Counties triumph

YORKSHIRE ladies will head for the English County Finals at Felixstowe Ferry in September as the Northern Counties’ representatives after winning Match Week for a second year in succession.

Mascot Yorkshire Ted oversaw another White Rose win yesterday (Picture: Heather Cawdry).

Yorkshire ladies stand on verge of Northern Counties double

YORKSHIRE ladies are closing in on consecutive Northern Counties Match Week titles.

Lindrick's Mia Eales Smith won 4&3 in her Yorkshire debut in Northern Counties match Week.

Yorkshire ladies cruise to victory over Cumbria

YORKSHIRE ladies took another convincing step towards retaining their Northern Counties Match Week title as they swept aside Cumbria 8-1.

Howley Halls Craig Watt with his son Rory.

Howley Hall’s Craig Watt wins to make most of his first Father’s Day

HOWLEY Hall’s Craig Watt will never forget his first Father’s Day as a dad after he ended his wait for a Leeds & District Union major title by winning the stroke play championship at Cookridge Hall.

2017 captain Fran Dickson, right, pictured with Yorkshire's winning Northern Counties squad last year.

Champions Yorkshire win Roses battle at Morecambe

YORKSHIRE defeated strong rivals Lancashire in the Northern Counties Match Week at Morecambe to take a second step towards retaining their crown.

Shipley's England B international Will Whiteoak is through to the match play stage of the Amateur Championship.

Will Whiteoak is sole Yorkshire survivor in Amateur Championship

SHIPLEY’S Will Whiteoak scored a superb three-under-par 69 at Prince’s to go through to the match play stage of the Amateur Championship with a 141 aggregate.

Brooks Koepka carries the winning trophy after the U.S. Open golf tournament Sunday, June 18, 2017, at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

US Open: Tommy Fleetwood and Brooks Koepka acclimatise to their newfound status

Tommy Fleetwood is relishing a change in expectations in next month’s Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, a course he used to sneak on to as a kid.

Woodsome Hall's Nicola Slater, right, made a winning Match Week debut for Yorkshire.

Yorkshire warm up for Roses rivalry with emphatic win over Durham

YORKSHIRE began the defence of their Northern Counties Match Week title in impressive fashion, defeating Durham 7.5-1.5 at Morecambe.

Yorkshire captain Fran Dickson.

Alwoodley's Fran Dickson out to point Yorkshire to County Match Week title defence

YORKSHIRE begin the defence of their Northern Counties Match Week title at Morecambe on Monday with a match against Durham.
It's mine: Brooks Koepka poses with the trophy after winning the US Open.
Picture: AP Photo/Chris Carlson

US Open final round: A first for Brooks Koepka as Tommy Fleetwood gets lift for the future

American Brooks Koepka powered his way to a first major title in record-equalling fashion as Tommy Fleetwood’s brave US Open bid ended in disappointment

Sheffield's Danny Willett.

US Open: Willett withdraws after first-round 81 at Erin Hills

DANNY WILLETT’S unhappy season continued as the Yorkshireman withdrew from the US Open with an ongoing back injury.

Jack Nicklaus is arguably the greatest player in the history of golf, winning 18 major championships with his first coming at the US Open on June 17, 1962, at Oakmont.

Oakmont shootout paved the way for one of sport’s most storied rivalries

“Now that the big guy is out of the cage, everybody better run for cover.”

Paul Casey, of England, reacts after making a putt on the 12th hole

US Open first round: Fowler sets pace but Casey challenges

RICKIE FOWLER made light of the longest course in major championship history with a “stress-free” and record-equalling start to the 117th US Open.

Rickie Fowler acknowledges the crowds applause after one of seven birdies in a boge- free first round of 65 at the US Open (Picture: David J Phillip/AP).

US Open: Leader Fowler hopes to be remembered as Sunday’s best

Rickie Fowler made light of the longest course in major championship history to produce a record-equalling start to the US Open.

Sweden's Julia Engstrom, winner of the British ladies' championship last year Picture: R&A).

Yorkshire’s Rochelle Morris and Olivia Winning exit at last-32 stage in Wales

YORKSHIRE’S interest in the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship at Pyle & Kenfig in South Wales ended at the second round of the match play stage with defeats for Woodsome Hall’s Rochelle Morris and Olivia Winning (Rotherham).

Huddersfield's Nick Marsh shot a 64 in the last round of the  Eagle Orchid Scottish Masters (Picture: Chris Stratford).

Huddersfield’s Nick Marsh storms to second place in Montrose

HUDDERSFIELD’S Nick Marsh claimed second place in the PGA EuroPro Tour’s Eagle Orchid Scottish Masters at Montrose Golf Links with a blistering final-round 64.

Woodsome Hall's Rochelle Morris (Picture: Chris Stratford).

Yorkshire's Rochelle Morris and Olivia Winning into match play stage of British Ladies

YORKSHIRE'S Rochelle Morris and Olivia Winning will both face Swedish opposition in the first round of match play in the Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship at Pyle & Kenfig in South Wales.

Justin Rose

US Open: Agony of recent Masters ‘miss’ quickly forgotten by Justin Rose

Justin Rose has decided to count his blessings instead of agonising over the one that got away as he targets a second US Open title at Erin Hills.

Adam Frontal putts during Leeds's victory over Teesside in the Yorkshire Inter District Union League.

Cookridge Hall teenager Nathan Ali one of seven to double up in Leeds’s win

LEEDS produced an emphatic Yorkshire Inter District Union League win over Teesside that underscored both the present and the future look very bright.

Ewan Bromley with caddie and Wakefield club-mate Dave Wormald.

Ewan Bromley wins Woodthorpe Trophy at Wakefield

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Ewan Bromley made home advantage count to win the Woodthorpe Trophy by one shot at Wakefield.

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