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England Golf Trust Pairs Final results can be accessed under menu>documents. Photographs available from www.leaderboardphotography.com under England Golf Trust Pairs 2019

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 www.leaderboardphotography.com under under England Golf Trust Pairs 2019.
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COVID -19 UPDATE

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 admin@englandgolftrust.org 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
Chairman


England Golf Trust Grant

The England Golf Trust wishes to support young men and women for whom the grant will make a significant difference to their being able to take part in golf.

As long as you are either under 21 or in full-time education or following a recognised CPD course then you may make an application.  You will need two sponsors – people who know you - and one of whom is able to support your golf: this might be your coach, a club junior organiser, a county junior organiser etc.

The Trust grants are payable for items such as club subscriptions, golf equipment, coaching – and for those who have reached that level – travel to and accommodation at regional and national competitions.  A grant of up to £1500 may be awarded annually with support for up to three years.

How to apply

In order to apply for the grant you must meet the following criteria:

  • Must either under 21 or in full-time education or following a recognised CPD qualification.
  • Be attending some form of golf coaching or already be involved with golf.
  • Have the support of two sponsors one of whom will mentor your participation in golf and will complete the required. Monitoring forms during the award period.

How the grant may be spent

The money is to be spent supporting your continued participation in golf and expenditure may include – but is not exclusive to:

Golf Club subscriptions.
Competition entry fees on a club, regional or national basis.
Coaching by PGA qualified professionals.
Equipment.

Payment may be made in full at the start of the award year or in part payments during the year on receipt of necessary supporting receipts and paperwork.

Making your application

The grant application form can be downloaded here.  You should ensure the grant application form is completed and submitted together with the necessary sponsor forms. 

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