Warwickshire Golf

Warwickshire Wonders Tournament

A record field of 37 young boys and girls took part in the 2022 Warwickshire Wonders tournament on the par 3 course at Lea Marston GC.

Isaac Fisher won the Boys Handicap competition by one stroke from Stanley Carter after shooting an excellent score of net 13. Arran Taylor and Joshua Durk were next on 16 apiece, while Byron Clements carded the best gross score of two-over-par 29.

In the boys non-handicap category, William Hardy served notice of his potential as he compiled a score of 34 shots to finish three ahead of runner-up Benjamin Barber.

Erin Thompson was successful in the Girls Handicap competition as her round of net 19 secured a two shot win. Runner-up Erin Hamilton and third-placed Bethany Hobbs carded the best gross score of 42.

The Putting competition went to Kilian Sintorn with a six-hole score of 11 strokes, as he beat Theo Clegg on countback, after holing his last putt with the back of his putter. Erin Thompson won the girls putting competition from Erin Hamilton.


Warwickshire Wonders

There will be competitions for boys and girls who are under 12 years of age on January 1st, 2022. Tee times will be allocated between 10.00am and 12noon. All entries will be notified in advance of these times by email.

Players must either be members of a Warwickshire Golf Club or be attending regular planned coaching sessions with  a PGA professional in Warwickshire, but DO NOT NEED A HANDICAP TO PLAY!

Competition 1:
Players with a WHS handicap index (upto a maximum 54 for boys and girls) will play a 9 hole Stableford competition over the Marston Lakes Par 3 course

Competition 2:
Players without handicaps will play a Stableford competition over the Marston Lakes Par 3 course

There will also be putting competitions for both groups of players.

The contact for this event is Steve Jackson

Parental Consent is required for all Entry Applications for this event:

Boys Parental Consent Forms

Girls Parental Consent Forms

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