Tweet Lee Westwood School Cheshire won the gross event in Area 2 round 2 of the British Schools and Colleges Tour, Bolton won the nett event
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Tweet A fine level par round of 70 from Kyle Gaster of Sussex Downs was not enough to keep Brockenhurst College from winning the team gross event in the ICT tour. They regain the overall lead with South Downs maintaining their lead in the Nett team standings.
Tweet Exeter lead the gross by 2 points over Truro in area 11 of the British Schools and Colleges Tour. Ivybridge won the net team event and Ben Isaacs from Exeter took the Individual trophy
Tweet The British Schools national final are due to be held at St Andrews Bay on April 25th and 26th 2012. Both days will be held on the championship Torrance course. The Torrance Course, Par 72 and 7,230 yards, originally designed by Sam Torrance now re-designed with 8 new holes and classic Scottish revetted bunkering [...]
Tweet Last week saw the second round of area 6 in the British Schools and Colleges tour. Lee Westwood school Essex won both the gross and the nett in the team event leaving Easton team A standing second for both events. Jack Yule from Lee Westwood took the individual trophy with a gross 71.
Tweet The Derby College golf team finished in 1st place in the recent ISGA college golf tour event held at the National Golf Centre Woodhall Spa. The team of six players all part of the PERFORMANCE GOLF ACADEMY DERBY player training programme recorded a GROSS total of 309, 2 strokes clear of 2nd place [...]
Tweet Guy Winstanley won the Individual trophy in the 3rd round of the British Schools and Colleges Tour held today at Whitburn Golf Club. Gateshead were hosts who after todays round go into the lead in the nett team stakes. Balby Carr A team now lead the gross team standings whilst seven of their players [...]
Tweet The Golf College take the lead in round 1 Area 7 of the British Schools and Colleges Tour, with Whitgift taking the nett title. George Mullins from Whitgift won the Individual event with a score of 70 giving him 30 points on the order of merit
Tweet The International Schools Golf Association has just announced its new Senior Schools ranking for the UK. Schools will be ranked using the following competitions. ISGA Schools Matchplay Tournament and national Finals, HMC Foursomes and national Finals, ISGA Schools Cup, The Shire Trophy. The following points system has been adopted to calculate the standings of [...]
Tweet South Downs College won the second round of the British Schools and Colleges Tour at Hockley today. Billy McKenzie shot 73 to take the Individual title for the second time. Sparsholt won the nett competition.