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The 38th Curtis Cup
2014
06/05/2014
SIX NEW CURTIS CUP CAPS IN GB & I TEAM FOR 2014 MATCH 
 
SIX NEW CURTIS CUP CAPS IN GB & I TEAM FOR 2014 MATCH 
 
May 6th 2014
PRESS RELEASE FROM LADIES’ GOLF UNION
Issued 6th May 2014 @ 17:00hrs
For immediate publication
 
 
SIX NEW CURTIS CUP CAPS IN GB & I TEAM FOR 2014 MATCH AT ST LOUIS, MISSOURI
 
There are six newcomers to the Great Britain & Ireland Curtis Cup line-up for the 38th transatlantic international contest against the United States at St Louis Country Club, Missouri from June 6 to 8, 2014.
 
Only two of the winning team at Nairn in June 2012, Stephanie Meadow and Bronte Law, both students at United States colleges, are in the eight-strong line-up this time round.
 
For Annabel Dimmock, Georgia Hall, Gabriella Cowley, Charlotte Thomas, Eilidh Briggs and Gemma Dryburgh, it will be a completely new experience.
 
For the first time in the long history of this biennial match, first played at Wentworth in 1932, the GB & I team has been partially chosen through the World Amateur Golf Ranking TM and the LGU Order of Merit.
 
Dimmock, Hall, Law and Meadow are the leading four eligible players in the WAGRTM  and
Briggs and Cowley are selected via the LGU Order of Merit table.
The LGU Selection Panel's two choices of Dryburgh and Thomas complete the team of eight.
 
The team will again be captained by Tegwen Matthews who said “I am thrilled and excited with this team and genuinely believe it has the perfect mix to retain the Curtis Cup. Each and every member of this team has fought hard for their place and I know they all have the desire, talent and passion to bring the cup back home.”
Anna Hubbard will return as Team Manager.
 
GB & I's victory at Nairn in 2012 halted a run of seven consecutive victories by the United States.
The Nairn contest, which GB & I won by a single point over three days, was the closest since a 9-9 draw in 1994 at the Honors Course, Chattanooga in Tennessee. GB & I, as holders, retained the trophy that year. GB and I's only victory when the Curtis Cup match has been played in America occurred in 1986 at Prairie Dunes, Kansas where GB and I won 13-5.
 
United States leads the series with 27 wins to GB & I's seven. Three matches have been drawn.
 
The GB & I team for St Louis, Missouri is:
 
EILIDH BRIGGS (Kilmacolm) Age 21
GABRIELLA COWLEY (Hanbury Manor) Age 18
ANNABEL DIMMOCK (Wentworth) Age 17
GEMMA DRYBURGH (Beaconsfield) Age 20
GEORGIA HALL (Parkstone) Age 18
BRONTE LAW (Bramhall) Age 19
STEPHANIE MEADOW (Royal Portrush) Age 22
CHARLOTTE THOMAS (Singapore) Age 21
 
Team Captain:TEGWEN MATTHEWS (Wenvoe Castle)
Team Manager:ANNA HUBBARD (Borth & Ynyslas)
 
 
GB AND I PLAYER PROFILES
 
EILIDH BRIGGS (Kilmacolm). A narrow victory from Annabel Dimmock with a sub-par aggregate in the recent Welsh women's open amateur stroke-play championship catapulted Eilidh into Curtis Cup GB and I team contention. A physical education student at Stirling University, Eilidh beat Gemma Dryburgh in the final of the Scottish U18 girls championship in 2011. She won the SLGA Girls' Order of Merit three years in a row from 2009 to 2011. In 2012 Eilidh won the SLGA's Champion of Champions tournament. She has been Renfrewshire county champion three times - 2010, 2011 and 2013. Played for Scotland in the Women's Home Internationals of 2011, 2012 and 2013.
 
GABRIELLA COWLEY (Hanbury Manor) was runner-up in this year’s Portuguese amateur championship, teamed up with Annabel Dimmock to win the Nations Cup for England at the Helen Holm Scottish stroke play championship, and was eighth in the Welsh open stroke play.  She won the England Golf girls’ order of merit for 2013, when her achievements included qualifying for the Women’s British Open, winning the Critchley Salver, representing GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy, representing England and helping to successfully defend the Girls’ Home Internationals title.
 
ANNABEL DIMMOCK (Wentworth). Has produced a string of excellent results this year. She won the Helen Holm Scottish Open Stroke Play title just over a week ago and followed up as runner-up in last weekend’s Welsh Open Stroke Play. Earlier in the season she won the matchplay Jones Doherty Cup in the USA, where she was also runner-up in the South Atlantic ladies’ amateur. She was runner-up in the Spanish amateur, fifth in the European Nations Cup and won the Sunningdale Foursomes. She is an England international and was a member of the winning team at the Girls’ Home Internationals.
 
GEMMA DRYBURGH (Beaconsfield). Born in Aberdeen in 1993, moved with her family to England in 2002. It was only in 2009 that Gemma decided to take up golf seriously, moving to the IMG Academy in Florida. She has made constant progress since, including the current year’s rise of more than  50 places to No. 52 in the WAGR rankings. In 2011 she joined Tulane University, New Orleans. In the summer of 2012 she was narrowly beaten by Eilidh Briggs in the final of the Scottish U18 girls’ championship. In her second year at Tulane Gemma was eight under par in one of her victories over three rounds. Highlight of her 2013 season was finishing second in the British Stroke Play championship at Prestwick. She has continued to prosper against quality opposition on the US college circuit. In January she finished second, beaten by one shot, in the South American women's amateur championship.
 
GEORGIA HALL (Parkstone) is the British Ladies’ Amateur Champion and a past winner of the British girls’ title. She shared low-amateur honours at last year’s Ricoh Women’s British Open, won two gold medals at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Festival, represented Europe in the Junior Solheim Cup and won the LGU Order of Merit. She was Europe’s number one woman golfer for 2012, has previously represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy.
 
BRONTE LAW (Bramhall) was a member of the winning GB&I team at the 2012 Curtis Cup. The England international is a student at the University of California and has won on the US women’s college circuit. She has represented GB&I in the Vagliano Trophy and Europe in both the Junior Solheim Cup and Junior Ryder Cup matches. Bronte won the Cartier Trophy at the 2013 French Lady Junior Championship and was runner-up in the Esmond Trophy the previous year.
 
STEPHANIE MEADOW. (Royal Portrush) Born in Jordanstown, Northern Ireland and was Irish Under-18 girls champion in 2006 when she was only 14. Since then she has spent most of her life at colleges in America. A winner nine times in her four years on the US college golf circuit as a student at the University of Alabama. She was recently named Southeastern Conference Player and Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Has been ranked within the top 10 of the WAGR for at least three years. She won the British Ladies’ Amateur Championship at Carnoustie in 2012. Gained the winning point for GB and I in the 2012 Curtis Cup match at Nairn.
 
CHARLOTTE THOMAS. (Singapore) Based in Singapore but makes an annual golfing trip back to England. Last summer she won the English mid-amateur championship, one week after losing a play-off for the English stroke play title. She is a student at the University of Washington in Seattle and has won on the US college circuit. Earlier this season she reached the match play stages of the Australian women’s amateur and tied third in the Lake Macquarie ladies’ championship, also in Australia. 
 
 
About the Ladies’ Golf Union (“LGU”)
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Julia Engstrom, who had her 15th birthday on March 27, has become the youngest ever winner of the title in the 113th Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship at Dundonald Links, Ayrshire in Scotland.
She surpassed the record of Lauren Taylor who was 16 when she was crowned champion at Royal Portrush in 2011.

STAGE SET FOR WORLD CLASS ACTION AT DUNDONALD

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GB & I SECURES DRAMATIC CURTIS CUP VICTORY IN IRELAND

 

Great Britain and Ireland survived a fierce American fightback to claim a dramatic victory in the 39th Curtis Cup at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club south of Dublin.

10% CRUISE DISCOUNT FOR LADIES’ GOLF UNION WITH FRED. OLSEN.

We are pleased to announce that the Ladies’ Golf Union have teamed up with Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines to give you a fantastic 10% discount over and above offers currently in the market.*

USA CURTIS CUP TEAM ANNOUNCED

Hannah O’Sullivan, of Chandler, Ariz., the 2015 U.S. Women’s Amateur champion, was among the eight players named today by the United States Golf Association (USGA) to the USA Team for the 2016 Curtis Cup Match, to be conducted June 10-12 at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club in Enniskerry, Ireland, outside Dublin.

THE LADIES’ GOLF UNION AND THE R&A TO MERGE

The Ladies’ Golf Union (LGU) and The R&A are to proceed with a merger of the two organisations.

Following an extensive consultation exercise, agreement has been reached on the merger of the two St Andrews-based bodies with the process due to be completed in the coming months.

The LGU organises a series of prestigious championships and international matches including the Ricoh Women’s British Open and the Curtis Cup and the merger will be an opportunity to further develop these world class events.

OLD COURSE HOTEL EXCLUSIVE PACKAGE FOR LGU MEMBERS

The Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa are proud to support the LGU and in recognition of their great work in the game, have an exclusive package for LGU members.

 

The package is available Sunday-Thursday from 01/10/15 to 31/03/16 at the very special rate of £195.00 per room (based on two sharing a twin/double room)

ENGLAND CRUSHES IRISH HOPES OF RETAINING MILLER TROPHY

England have won the Miller Trophy at the Home Internationals for the fourth time in the past five years.

 

They did it by beating front-runners Ireland 5-4, overtaking them in the singles after losing the final day morning foursomes 2-1 at Royal Wimbledon Golf Club, London.

SANDRA NORDAAS WINS BRITISH GIRLS' TITLE

 

 

 

Sandra Nordaas is the first Norwegian to win British title since Marianne Skarpnord in 2003 after quality final of 10 birdies and no bogeys.

A FINAL CHANCE TO MAKE IT TO TURNBERRY

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CONTINENT OF EUROPE WIN JUNIOR AND SENIOR VAGLIANO

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JOINT STATEMENT FROM THE LADIES’ GOLF UNION AND THE R&A

Exploratory discussions are underway between the Ladies’ Golf Union (LGU) and The R&A towards establishing a more closely coordinated working relationship and the possibility of a merger between the two organisations.

 

RICOH WOMEN'S BRITISH OPEN MOVES TO SKY IN 2017

The Ladies Golf Union and IMG today can confirm a new five-year broadcast agreement for the Ricoh Women’s British Open with the UK’s two largest sports broadcasters, Sky and the BBC, running from 2017 – 2021, in an arrangement similar to that announced last week by the R&A for the Open Championship.

LGU SADDENED AT LOSS OF CATHERINE BAILEY

All at the LGU were saddened to hear of the death of Catherine Bailey (Tandridge) on Wednesday 4th February.

 

Catherine was Senior Ladies’ British Champion 1988 & 1989. She represented Surrey for many years and was a member of at least 3 winning teams in the County Championship Finals. 

LGU APPOINTS HELEN AS TEAM MANAGER

Lincolnshire Ladies' County Captain and seven times County champion, Helen Hewlett (nee Dobson)  has accepted an invitation from the Ladies’ Golf Union, to be team manager of the Great Britain & Ireland teams for the Vagliano Trophy matches at Malone Golf Club, Belfast on June 26-27 and next year's Curtis Cup match at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club, near Dublin.

LGU CONGRATULATES VICE PRESIDENT ON HER NEW YEAR'S HONOUR

Yorkshire’s Sue Johnson, a Vice President of the LGU and one of the first Presidents of England Golf, has been made an OBE for services to golf in the New Year Honours list. 

 

“This is a very great honour,” said Sue, who has held prominent positions within golf at national, county and club level. “I must be very lucky to be honoured for doing something which has given me the greatest pleasure.” 

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE LADIES' GOLF UNION

The Ladies’ Golf Union today announced that CEO Shona Malcolm will step down at the end of this month.

 

USA NAMES CAPTAIN FOR 2016 CURTIS CUP

The United States Golf Association announced today that Robin Burke, of Houston, Texas, has been selected as captain of the 2016 USA Curtis Cup Team. The 39th Match will be played from 10-12 June. 2016 at Dun Laoghaire Golf Club near Dublin, Ireland.   The Curtis Cup Match is an eight-female team competition between the USA and Great Britain and Ireland (GB&I).

LADIES' GOLF SADDENED AT THE LOSS OF CATHERINE BOOTH

Everyone at the LGU was saddened to hear of the death on Saturday of Vice-President Catherine Booth, after a long struggle with ill health. Catherine, who hailed from Clontarf in Ireland, was President from 2004-2007, and was a great supporter and promoter of ladies' golf throughout her life.

LGU ANNOUNCES GB & I ASTOR TROPHY TEAM 

The 5 player GB & I team to defend the Astor Trophy title in Australia from 11-16th January has been named.  A mixture of youth and experience has been selected to defend the Astor Trophy for Great Britain & Ireland in Australia.

LGU MONTHLY ON SKY SPORTS FOUR THIS FROM 12-16 OCTOBER

Follow the action from the Home Internationals, the Senior Home Internationals and the Grand Final of the massively popular Peugeot LGU Coronation Foursomes

R&A PACE OF PLAY SURVEY
 

One of the hot topics in golf at the moment is pace of play. Pace of play is affected by many factors, including player ability and behaviour, management practices and course difficulty and set-up.

DAY 3 - ENGLAND WINS SENIOR HOME INTERNATIONALS 

England added the Senior Home Internationals trophy to the European Team title won earlier in the year, and at the same time celebrated the country's clean sweep in the three Ladies', Seniors. and Girls' Home Internationals in 2014.

DAY 3 - ENGLAND MAINTAINS MOMENTUM TOWARDS SUE JOHNSON TROPHY WIN
Three wins out of three in the morning foursomes leaves England in pole position to secure the Sue Johnson Trophy.
DAY 2 SCOTLAND'S WOOD CELEBRATES HOLE-IN-ONE

Great excitement when Scotland's Sheena Wood scored a hole-in-one at the par 3 13th hole at Huddersfield, while Ireland came out of the traps to whitewash Wales in the afternoon singles

DAY 2 - ENGLAND AND IRELAND SET THE PACE

England enjoyed an emphatic clean-sweep victory over Scotland in the morning foursomes, while defending champions Ireland put yesterday's disappointment aside to beat Wales by 2.5 to 0.5.

DAY 1 - ENGLAND AND WALES TURN THE TIDE IN THE SINGLES

Having finished the morning foursomes trailing their opponents, both England and Wales turned the tables in the afternoon singles to win their matches.

DAY 1 - MORNING FOURSOMES WINS FOR IRELAND AND SCOTLAND

Ireland and Scotland ran out winners in the morning foursomes in the Senior Home Internationals at Huddersfield Golf Club.

HUDDERSFIELD GOLF CLUB HOSTS SENIOR HOME INTERNATIONALS

The 2014 Ladies'Senior Home International Matches tee off this morning at Huddersfieid Golf Club in England, with Ireland defending the title won last year at Llandudno Maesdu.

DIANE BAILEY MBE TO BE LGU PRESIDENT

Two-time Curtis Cup winning Captain Diane Bailey MBE will become the next President of the Ladies’ Golf Union at the Annual General Meeting in February 2015.

BELFAST PAIR WINS PEUGEOT FOURSOMES AFTER STORMING FINISH

The Peugeot Coronation Foursomes champions for 2014 are Jenny Gibson and Marie Canavan from Belvoir Park, Belfast, who stormed their way to a great closing total of 39 points in the handicap stableford event on the Eden Course, St Andrews, just pipping Tina Earley and Elaine Coomber (Redlibbets) on a better inward half.

LADIES' GOLF MOURNS THE DEATH OF 3 TIME CURTIS CUP PLAYER RUTH SLARK (PORTER)

Everyone at the Ladies' Golf Union was saddened to hear of the death of Ruth Slark (nee Porter) on 15 September 2014. British Girls' Champion in 1956, Ruth went on to win the English Championship in 1959, 1961 and 1965, and was capped for England many times, particularly on 10 occasions in the Home International Matches.

CONGRATS TO TEAM ENGLAND

Well done England - adding the Home Internationals title to that of the Girls Internationals

WALES AND ENGLAND TAKE THE POINTS ON DAY 2

Wales ran out overall winners by 5.5 to 3.5 over Ireland to leave a crunch match against England on day 3.

CATH RAWTHORE SECURES SENIORS TITLE

Catherine Rawthore of Sale shot a final round 74 to take the Ladies British Senior Amateur title with a score of -1 (227) at Royal Dornoch.

WALES AND ENGLAND WIN DAY 2 MORNING FOURSOMES

Wales keep their hopes of retaining the Home International Matches title alive with a sound 2.5 to 0.5 win over Ireland, who beat England 6-3 on day 1. Becky Harries and Chloe Williams continued their unbeaten runs, with a 5&4 win over Amy Farrell and Sinead Sexton.

WALES & IRELAND ARE DAY 1 WINNERS AT ABERDOVEY

The morning foursomes, which saw Ireland play England and defending champions Wales take on Scotland, were halved, with each team scoring 1.5 points.

LOWE & CORNETT IN TOMORROW'S LEAD GROUP AT DORNOCH

Helen Lowe of Scraptoft held on to her overnight lead throughout Round 2 at the Senior Ladies' British Open Championship at Royal Dornoch.

WALES TO DEFEND HOME INTERNATIONALS CROWN AT ABERDOVEY

Teams from the 4 home nations have arrived at the splendid links of Aberdovey Golf Club in Wales in preparation for the 2014 Ladies' Home International Matches which start tomorrow.

SENIOR LADIES' BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP TEES OFF TODAY

The 2014 Senior Ladies' British Amateur Championship starts today over the renowned links of Royal Dornoch Golf Club in the Highlands of Scotland

2015 LGU ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND ANNUAL DINNER

The 2015 LGU AGM and Annual Dinner will be held in St Andrews on 20 & 21 February.

The Annual Dinner will be held at The Old Course Hotel Golf Resort & Spa, St Andrews on Friday 20 February with the AGM being held at the same venue on Saturday 21 February.

FARQUHARSON-BLACK APPOINTED GB&I TEAM CAPTAIN
Scot Elaine Farquharson-Black, a former Curtis Cup and Vagliano Trophy player, has been appointed by the Ladies’ Golf Union to Captain the Great Britain & Ireland golf teams for 2015 and 2016.

She succeeds Tegwen Matthews who famously led GB&I to victory in the 2012 Curtis Cup match at Nairn.
BROADCAST TIMES FOR LGU MONTHLY
 
The Ladies’ Golf Union is pleased to announce broadcast times for the next edition of LGU Monthly.
ANNABEL WINS 2014 LGU ORDER OF MERIT

2014 Curtis Cup team member, Annabel Dimmock is the 2014 winner of the LGU Order of Merit.

MEGHAN MACLAREN STORMS THROUGH THE FIELD TO WIN TITLE
English internationalist Meghan Maclaren followed this morning's 4-under score with a 5-under 69 this afternoon to secure the British Stroke Play title at Ashburnham
WINNING RETAINS LEAD GOING INTO FINAL ROUND

Olivia Winning holds on to a 2-shot leading going into the final 18 holes of the British Stroke Play at Ashburnham

KINGSBARNS TO HOST 2017 RICOH WOMEN'S BRITISH OPEN

Kingsbarns will host its first major golf championship in 2017 when the Ricoh Women's British Open will be played over the acclaimed links

WINNING HOLDS LEAD GOING INTO FINAL DAY OF BRITISH STROKE PLAY
A one over par score is enough to keep Olivia Winning 3 ahead of her nearest rival.
OLIVIA OFF TO A WINNING START AT ASHBURNHAM
Olivia Winning set the tone for the rest of the week with a 7 under par score of 67 in the first round of the Ladies' British Stroke Play at Ashburnham
ALL SET FOR LADIES' BRITISH STROKE PLAY AT ASHBURNHAM
The Ladies' British Stroke Play is the final event in the 2014 LGU Order of Merit
SPAIN'S ALEJANDRA PASARIN IS 2014 BRITISH GIRLS CHAMPION
Pasarin wins at Massereene in a tight match with Germany's Chiara Mertens
SPAIN V GERMANY IN GIRLS' FINAL
Alejandra Pasarin and Chiara Mertens prove too strong for the English players
ENGLAND, SPAIN & GERMANY REPRESENTED IN GIRLS' SEMI-FINALS
Strong international field now down to the the last four
INDIA STORMS INTO LAST 8 AT BRITISH GIRLS'
Clyburn secures a resounding 6&5 win in the 3rd round of the British Girls
WEATHER DELAYS AND SHOCK RESULTS AT MASSEREENE
Despite the efforts of the greenkeepers, the greens at Massereene started to flood following heavy downpours
WEATHER CONTINUES TO TEST THE BEST AT MASSEREENE
After a dry but windy morning, the rain set in at Massereene Golf Club this afternoon
WEATHER MAKES FOR TOUGH CONDITIONS AT BRITISH GIRLS' 
Weather at Massereene Golf Club makes for a tough first day
MASSEREENE GOLF CLUB WELCOMES GIRLS' CHAMPIONSHIP
A strong international field heads to Massereene Golf Club for the Girls' British Amateur Championship
ENGLAND RETAINS GIRLS' HOME INTERNATIONALS TITLE
England retains Stroyan Cup and India Clyburn is MVP
CLYBURN & KEECH NOTCH UP WIN NUMBER 3
English pair India Clyburn and Sophie Keech made it 3 foursomes wins out of 3
DECISIVE WINS FOR ENGLAND AND IRELAND
England's strength in singles match play came to the fore.
IRELAND RECOVER AND WHITEWASH WALES
Ireland recovered from yesterday's disappointment against England
ENGLAND BOUCE BACK TO BEAT IRELAND 
Losing the morning foursomes to Ireland proved just the driver England needed to regroup.
WALES AND IRELAND LEAD THE WAY AT DONABATE
The first morning foursomes in the Girls International matches saw home favourites Ireland steal a march over defending champions England
ENGLAND TO DEFEND GIRLS’ HOME INTERNATIONALS TITLE
 
Ireland, Scotland and Wales will look to break England’s stranglehold over the Stroyan Cup at the Girls’ Home Internationals at Donabate Golf Club in Ireland this week.
38TH CURTIS CUP - SUNDAY SINGLES
The singles started at 1.13, as scheduled, on a perfect windless day. The GB&I cheerleaders found themselves out voiced by a newly formed US choir, belting out a modified version of 'This Land is Your Land' on the first tee.
38TH CURTIS CUP - 2ND DAY FOURSOMES COMPLETED
The third foursome match held over from Saturday evening (bad light stopped play) resumed at 11am on the 16th tee in perfect sunshine.
38TH CURTIS CUP - DAY TWO FOURSOMES
Weather delays hit day two
38TH CURTIS CUP - DAY TWO FOURBALLS
Day two morning fourballs
38TH CURTIS CUP - DAY 1 AFTERNOON FOURSOMES
All to play for on day 2
38TH CURTIS CUP - DAY 1 FOURBALLS
Tough start for Team GB&I
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