Tournament challenge for England’s amateur girls

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Girls from U16 and U18 squads to enter WPGA's One Day Series.

England’s up-and-coming golfers have been invited to take on the tournament challenge of WPGA professionals.

Girls from the England Golf U16 and U18 regional squads have the opportunity for the second successive season to enter the WPGA’s popular One Day Series and gain tournament experience.

England Golf performance manager Rebecca Wood said: “England Golf is very grateful to the WPGA for opening up spaces at these events and supporting our regional programme.

“The experience is invaluable and gives the girls a great opportunity to compete and to see at first-hand how the professional players approach the game.”

The 2015 series of seven-day events will run from May to August and will take place at Little Aston on May 11, Dunham Forest on May 27, Salisbury and South Wilts on June 16, Kedleston Park on June 29, Torquay on July 9, Chesterfield on July 17 and South Herts on August 19.

Entries will be for up to 10 players per event with a maximum handicap requirement of four.

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‘The experience is invaluable’ The 2015 series of seven-day events will run from May to August and will take place at Little Aston on May 11, Dunham Forest on May 27, Salisbury and South Wilts on June 16, Kedleston Park on June 29, Torquay on July 9, Chesterfield on July 17 and South Herts on August 19.

Entries will be for up to 10 players per event with a maximum handicap requirement of four.

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