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Wednesday 21st August 2019

A fantastic day at Kings Norton Golf Club saw the England Golf Trust National Women's Pairs competition fought for by 28 pairs from across the country. The winners were Julie Norcliffe and Lorraine Birch with 40 points. Anne Beckett and Shelagh Lafferty were 2nd with 39 points, Libby Harrison and Dawn Gary 3rd also 39points and 4th were Jane Saggers and Clare Farrel with 38 points. Results can be accessed under menu> documents and the photographs from the day at under under England Golf Trust Pairs 2019.


Following the Prime Minister's statements of 23 June 2020, we are pleased to announce that we will open for business from Monday 13 July 2020.  In principle, we ask that all queries are sent via email to to allow us the time to review all queries in a timely manner.

We are also pleased to confirm that the Trust will resume its grants and bursaries awarding process from Monday 13 July.  Please see below a brief reminder of the application process and important deadlines:

Grants are allocated three times a year in February, June and October, with the three bursaries being awarded annually at the October Trustee Meeting.  Only one successful application can be allocated each year.

Deadline for Applications are listed below:

- Last Friday of January – England Golf Trust Grants

- Last Friday of May – England Golf Trust Grants

- Last Friday of September – Grants and All Bursaries

Thank you for your continued support to the England Golf Trust

Di Horsley

Angela Uzielli Bursary


Angela Uzielli was one of the natural charmers of the golfing world and her unexpected death in 1999 shocked the golfing world.  She had been British Champion in 1977 and played in the Curtis Cup the following year.  She was English Champion in 1990 – when she also captained the England team – and British Senior Champion six times from 1990.  Hugh and Catherine Stevenson, friends of the Uzielli family, have very kindly provided the founding capital for Bursaries to be known as ‘The Angela Uzielli Bursaries’ in her memory.

Making an application

The Bursaries will be awarded to promising girl golfers who wish to further their education at university or college, within the British Isles, after school academic year 12, and at the same time continue to develop their golfing skills. They should be of English nationality by birth or have either parent of English nationality, or have been resident in England for the last two years.

The Bursaries are to provide financial assistance for educational expenses of girls in further or higher education studying a non golfing related subject. The awards will be administered through the England Golf Trust.

It is intended that the income from the capital will fund up to four Bursaries at any one time, of up to £1250 - £2000 each per annum.

The Bursaries will be awarded to students who have a financial need and will continue for the duration of their academic course. However, they will be reviewed annually and the students will need to show that their enthusiasm and commitment to their golf have been satisfactory before the next year's funds are released.

Application forms can be downloaded here  or by contacting the England Golf offices on 01526 354500 and should be submitted by the last Friday of September in the year of entry to: The England Golf Trust, England Golf, The National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire LN10 6PU or emailed to 

Applications from students should be returned via the appropriate county junior organiser or college personal tutor who will provide a recommendation and confidential report on the girl concerned including, if possible, some information about financial need. These will then be submitted to the England Golf Trustees who, in consultation with Mr John Uzielli, will make the final decision on the granting of the Bursary.

Whilst receiving a grant, the recipients will be required to provide a statement of their golfing and academic progress to the England Golf Trust at The National Golf Centre before 31 July of each year.

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