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19 August LGGA Millennium Trophy 
Winner: Claudia Hastings 44 pts.
2nd: Bethany Griffiths 40 pts.
3rd: Emily Byrne 39 pts acpo Courtney Willis 

English Girls U16 & U14 Championships

Top 20 finishes for Lydia Cryer and Emily James.

8/8/18 St Andrews Junior Ladies'
Leah Butler semi-finalist Links Trust Quaich
(Match Play on handicap).

England Golf Abraham Trophy Lyme Regis GC.
3rd Liyana Laheri (Pleasington) -3 
Well done all Lancashire girls! Scores

Welsh Girls' Championship Quarter Finalist Lydia Cryer 

Junior Championship Winner Lydia Cryer
Prize Winners ...


Julie Walker- Acting Juniors Training Officer 

Julie is responsible for junior players training and she can be contacted for help and advice. 
Contact Julie here 

Do you want to be a member of an England Golf Regional Training Squad 2018/19?
If so click here for more information and application form.
Entries close 24 August 

v Cheshire

Congratulations to the Junior Team who have won their matches against Yorkshire and Cumbria in July.


 9 Hole Competition 21 August at Southport Old Links for girls with Congu handicap 30-54.

Enter here now!


Judith Harrison - New Members Events

Judith is in charge of competitions for for girls with Congu handicaps above 36 or without one.

Contact Judith here 

Download our Information Booklet

  Join the Association
All enquiries to:
LLCGA Secretary Mrs Margaret Milne

Email: lancs2009@live.co.uk  


April - September Competitions 2018

Our 18 hole competitions are for players with Congu handicaps up to 36. Download 2018 Competition Entry Form Book here.
There will be 3 separate competitions for girls with handicaps from 37 - 54 who are also welcome to attend the Introduction to the Golf Course Days.
 Download these entry forms here.
9 hole competitions are for all our other girls on par 3 courses. ALL girls are encouraged to come to play as soon as they join.
Download the 2018  Competition Entry Form Book  here.

LLCGA Summer Training 2018

Thank you to all the girls who have already applied to join our summer training schemes. 
All information will be sent out at the beginning of March.
If you have missed applying or are a new LGGA member please contact me here.

Julie Walker Junior's County Training Officer

The Lancashire Girls' Golf Association

The Lancashire Girls' Golf Association was founded in 1974 by Frances 'Bunty' Smith, one of Lancashire, England and Great Britain's most outstanding golfers together with some junior golfers who formed the committee and ran the Association themselves in the early years. County Coach Jane Forrest was one of these forwarding thinking young players and acted as Treasurer, looking after the finances. Lancashire is the only County that has such an organisation.  
 The Lancashire Girls' Golf Association runs competitions, training and matches for girls golfers up to 21 years of age in a friendly environment. 

It is open to all girls who already enjoy or now want to start playing golf.

 There are plenty of events during the year for our members at every level from a beginner to a plus handicap player.cup

For more information contact Judith Harrison to start playing in our 9 hole competitions and/or joining our training schemes. 

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