Dyrham Park cruise to victory in Southern Provincial

July 27, 2015

Dyrham Park won the Association of Jewish Golf Clubs & Societies' Southern Provincial tournament.

The host team ran out victors to collect the Hartsbourne Trophy. They won by a comfortable margin over North West London JGS who received the Abridge Trophy.


Berlin bonanza will be a whole new ball game, says Collins

By Danny Caro, July 23, 2015

Daniel Collins leads his Team Maccabi GB stars to Berlin this week declaring “win medals at the European Maccabi Games and change your lives forever”.

The GB Head of Delegation says there is an overriding feeling of excitement ahead of the largest ever gathering of Jewish athletes in Germany.


Hartsbourne top of the Glancy tree once again

By Danny Caro, July 10, 2015

Hartsbourne regained the Glancy Trophy following an impressive performance at Bonnyton Golf Club in Glasgow.


Coombe Hill win Metropolitan tournament

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2015

Coombe Hill swept the board at the Metropolitan Tournament in Kingston-upon-Thames.

Home advantage was evident as the host team, comprising eight male and four female golfers, won the majority of the prizes available.


Euro golfers can bring home gold, says Green

June 2, 2015

Ben Green insists Team Maccabi GB Golf can maintain their winning formula ahead of next month's European Maccabi Games.

TMGB will send squads in the Open and Masters competitions in Berlin, led by player-managers Ben Brownson and Russell Nathan.

One player who hopes that history repeats itself is Zak Talbot, who won the Men’s Open Handicap Gold medal at the 2011 EMG in Vienna.


National jubilation for Edmondstown Ladies

May 29, 2015

Edmondstown lifted the Team Gross Cup on their way to a seven-trophy haul at the 19th Ladies National Tournament in Ireland.

The Dublin club collected the major prize for the first time, while Carole Shatter claimed the Singles Nett.

The host team also won the Pairs Gross thanks to superb displays from Mary de Courcy and Jane Callanan.


GB golfers edged out by Israel in Pesach Cup

April 16, 2015

Israel won the annual Pesach Trophy in a match against their British counterparts.

An expanded field of 40 battled it out for the prestigious trophy, with the action commencing with a four-ball better ball format at a beautifully prepared Caesarea course.


Beck impresses at Australian Open

March 2, 2015

Laetitia Beck made the cut in her first tournament since joining the LPGA.

Beck, who is 23 and from Caesarea, collected $10,314.00 in prize money after finishing in joint 27th place, with rounds of 78, 71, 73 and 74 in Melbourne.

She described her outing at the Australian Open as a “great experience”.


Beck was made for big stage

By Danny Caro, December 15, 2014

Strolling down the first at Dyrham Park what seems like only a few months ago, you could sense there was something special about Laetitia Beck. She oozed star quality.

She took big, confident strides in pursuit of her booming drive that day and I’m delighted she has achieved her lifetime ambition of making it to the pro tour at such a young age.


Beck earns place on pro golf tour

By Simon Griver and Danny Caro, December 15, 2014

Laetitia Beck admits she is still pinching herself after becoming the first Israeli to earn the right to play on the professional tour.

Beck, 22, held her nerve to claim one of the 20 places available on the LPGA 2015 tournament circuit in the most dramatic fashion. She finished tied for 18th place with six other players at the 90-hole Daytona Beach qualifying tournament in Florida.