Hague extends perfect record at Moortown as England prepare for showdown

MALTON & Norton’s David Hague made it four wins from four matches with an overwhelming singles victory against Wales to help England set up a last-day showdown with defending champions Ireland in the men’s Home Internationals at Moortown.

Hallamshire's Alex Fitzpatrick (Picture: Chris Stratford).

Yorkshire trio reach last 32 in British Boys’ amateur championship

HALLAMSHIRE’S Alex Fitzpatrick, Michael Hay (Hunley Hall) and James Swash, of Middlesbrough, all made it through to the last 32 of the British Boys’ amateur championship at Nairn.

Korean Min Kyu Kim (Picture: Mark Robinson).

Rotherham’s Thomson giving chase at Caversham Heath

Rotherham’s Jonathan Thomson (66 70) lies second, four shots behind 16-year-old Korean Min Kyu Kim (65 67), after two rounds of the PGA EuroPro Tour’s Pentahotels Championship.

England's squad for the Home Internationals at Moortown, including, back row second left, Dan Brown (Masham), back row fourth left, David Hague (Malton & Norton), and front row, second left, Will Whiteoak (Shipley) (Picture: Leaderboard Photography).

Yorkshire trio hope to aid England’s push for Home Internationals glory at Moortown

THE TOP male amateur golfers from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales have descended on Moortown for three days of golf that will decide which nation claims the Home Internationals crown.

Finalists in the open age and junior categories of the Up to Scratch Challenge.

Yaseen and Gracie rise to the Up to Scratch Challenge

YASEEN MOHAMMED and Gracie Thompson are this year’s winners in Leeds Golf Centre’s Up to Scratch Challenge.

Justin Thomas holds aloft the Wannamaker Trophy (Picture: AP)

‘Jealousy’ of Spieth motivates Thomas to lift PGA

Defending champion Nick Poppleton (Wath) plays during a practice round for the Lee Westwood Trophy at Rotherham watched by Moortown's Ben Firth (Picture: Yorkshire Union of Golf Clubs).

Poppleton looking to defend Lee Westwood Trophy after fine show at English amateur

WATH'S Nick Poppleton will start the defence of the Lee Westwood Trophy at Rotherham on Tuesday buoyed by his recent performance in the English men's amateur championship.

Justin Thomas poses with the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament at the Quail Hollow Club Sunday, Aug. 13, 2017, in Charlotte. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Justin Thomas the toast of golf after US PGA win

Three weeks after drinking out of the Claret Jug to celebrate close friend Jordan Spieth’s Open victory, Justin Thomas had a major trophy of his own after his victory in the US PGA Championship.

Hallowes' Sam Bairstow on his way to singles victory at Formby (Picture: Yorkshire Union of Golf Clubs).

Beaten Yorkshire stay top in chase for third successive Northern Counties title

YORKSHIRE remain on course for a third consecutive Northern Counties League title win in spite of an emphatic 13-5 defeat to Lancashire on Saturday.

Halifax Bradley Hall's Andy Whitworth  receives the Halifax-Huddersfield Union's seniors championship trophy from competition sponsor Phil Tatlock (Outlane). The trophy is in memory of his wife Liz. On the left is union president John Turner (Crow Nest Park).

Andy Whitworth eases to Halifax-Huddersfield Union seniors' title at Meltham

HALIFAX Bradley Hall's Andy Whitworth shot a 74 at Meltham to win the Halifax-Huddersfield Union's seniors' championship.

Danny Willett

Willett seeks fresh start with his switch to Foley

Former Masters champion Danny Willett plans to “jump in with both feet” after changing coaches ahead of the US PGA Championship in an attempt to end his miserable run of form.

Roehampton's Annabell Fuller with the English Under-16 girls open championship trophy (Picture: Leaderboard Photography).

Heath and Eales-Smith finish inside top 10 at English Under-16 girls’ open

HUDDERSFIELD’S Charlotte Heath finished fifth in the English Under-16 girls’ open championship at Blackmoor, in Hampshire.

England players and staff celebrate with the trophy after victory in the Boys' Home Internationals at St Annes Old Links (Picture: Jan Kruger/R&A via Getty Images).

Fitzpatrick and Pagdin help England retain Boys’ Home Internationals crown

HALLAMSHIRE’S Alex Fitzpatrick and Sheffield-born Joe Pagdin are celebrating after England were crowned the 2017 Boys Home Internationals champions with a 100 per cent record.

Wakefield's winning team of Max Adams, Max Heath and Harry Saville with Leeds Union president Bob Thorp.

Wakefield show stunning form to lift Leeds Union junior net championship

WAKEFIELD recorded an impressive six-shot victory in the Leeds Union’s junior net team championship at Scarcroft.

Woodsome Hall's Chris Hanson, left, his caddieSteve Tooby, and their respective wives, Laura and Tracey.

Woodsome Hall's Hanson helps raise £12,000 for Breast Cancer Now and British Inclusive Golf

EUROPEAN Tour player Chris Hanson's charity ball raised over £12,000 for Breast Cancer Now and British Inclusive Golf.
Jordan Spieth walks onto the 15th green during a practice round at the PGA Championship. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Open win keeps the pressure off Jordan Spieth as Danny Willett changes coach

Jordan Spieth insists he is not feeling the pressure of trying to complete the career grand slam because he has no “burning desire” to become the youngest to achieve the feat.

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan speaks as Peter Bevacqua, CEO of the PGA of America, listens during a news conference at the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow, North Carolina (Picture: Chris Carlson/AP).

US PGA to become second major of each year

The US PGA Championship will be played in May, rather than August, from 2019 tournament officials have confirmed.

Cookridge Halls Adel Watt, winner of the Girls Open Quaich, drives against one of golfs most famous backdrops, the R&A clubhouse beside the 18th green on the Old Course at St Andrews.

Adel’s battling qualities see her triumph at famous Old Course

THOUSANDS of people each year visit Scotland to walk in the footsteps of golfing greats by playing the Old Course at St Andrews, the Home of Golf.

Charlotte Heath (Picture: Leaderboard Photography).

Huddersfield’s Heath leads hunt for English Under-16 crown

HUDDERSFIELD’S Charlotte Heath shot a four-under par 68 to share the lead after the first round of the English Under-16 girls’ open championship at Blackmoor, Hampshire.

Howley Hall's Becki O'Grady pictured at the American Golf 
Long Drive Championship at 
Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire (Picturet: Mark Newcombe/

Howley Hall’s O’Grady breaks 300-yard barrier

HOWLEY HALL’S Becki O’Grady smashed a personal best to take third place at the American Golf UK Long Drive Championship at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire.

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