Golf

A Little goes a long way

October 19, 2011

Sam Little leads the Challenger Tour Order of Merit with one tournament to go after winning the Roma Golf Open in Italy.

Having already regained his card for the main tour next year, Little claimed his third victory in four competitions with a sudden-death play-off victory over Pelle Edberg.

The Englishman looked to be running out of holes at the Olgiata Golf Club but he holed an approach sh

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Little: It's good to be back

October 11, 2011

Sam Little will return to the European Tour next year after regaining his card following back-to-back victories on the Challenger circuit, writes Danny Caro.

Little, who is 36 and from Kings Langley, turned professional aged 22.

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Junior joy for Brenner

September 22, 2011

Team GB golfer Marc Brenner maintained his good form by winning the Junior Club Championship at Abridge Golf & Country Club.

Brenner, who is the junior captain at Abridge, won with a score of two over par.

Since returning from the European Maccabi Games in Vienna, Brenner has won a PGA event in Los Angeles and recently finished runner-up in the Individual Gross Score in the AJGCS National Ju

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Ricky itching for success

September 8, 2011

Ricky Curtis won the AJGC&S National Scratch tournament in Essex.

Abridge Golf Club hosted the re-instated competition, run under the auspices of the Association of Jewish Golf Clubs and Societies.

The competition, played in increasingly windy conditions that left competitors facing an extremely tough test, was played over two rounds.

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Hoddle was the cherry on the cake

By Danny Caro, September 1, 2011

I've returned just in time for the start of the JC MSFL season following two sun-soaked weeks in the Costa del Sol.

There were lots of familiar faces in and around Marbella, including Laurence Swerner, the Team GB Masters and London Maccabi Lions striker, and Team GB golfer Stephen Schindler.

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Home advantage

August 11, 2011

Host club Whitefield won the Gerald Tankel Trophy at the Provincial Tournament in Manchester.

Whitefield beat Bonnyton by a comfortable margin in the best team net event.

The event, organised by The Association of Jewish Golf Clubs & Societies, featured teams of six males from the affiliated Clubs and Societies based north of London, with the best four net scores to count toward the team pri

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A swinging success for Moor Allerton

August 11, 2011

Moor Allerton won the top prize at the Seniors Trophy at Dyrham Park Country Club.

The Leeds club claimed the Coombe Hill Trophy after edging out Bonnyton by one shot.

Moor Allerton finished with a gross aggregate of four out of six scores, with the count totalling 327.

Lol Green won the Hartsbourne Trophy for best individual gross score.

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National challenge

August 4, 2011

The National Scratch competition is being reinstated by the Association of Jewish Golf Clubs and Societies after a gap of six years.

The tournament, which will be hosted by Abridge Golf & Country Club on September 5, is open to all Jewish male golfers with a handicap of nine or less.

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Glancy debate heats up

By Danny Caro, July 28, 2011

The row over the Glancy Trophy took another twist after it was revealed that this year's competition may have breached the Equality Act.

Last week we reported how the future of the premier Jewish golf competition was in danger because of the subject of exclusivity.

Now, Godfrey King, a long-standing member of Coombe Hill and Glancy veteran, has stepped forward, in person and not on behalf of

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Look out! Our best is yet to come

By Danny Caro, July 28, 2011

Not so long ago, if someone had asked for my thoughts on the future of Jewish sport, I'd probably have looked to the heavens and said a little prayer.

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