August 26, 2022

Surrey golfers Florence Smith and Kari James emerged slightly soggy but proud following their victory at the finals of 2022 Women’s England Golf Trust Stableford Championship held at King’s Norton Golf Club near Birmingham.

After the recent heatwave and drought, the weather broke just in time for the 2022 finals to take place. With heavy rain affecting the later starters and causing a delay in play, it was tough going for the 28 teams that made it through to the much-anticipated finals day. However, the course at King’s Norton – one of the country’s finest parkland venues stood up to the deluge.

The players battled gainfully through the conditions with the winning pair from Effingham Golf Club delighted to take the victory in this four-ball better ball competition with 45 Stableford points.The legendary Bridget Jackson presented the cup, which she donated to the England Golf Trust, along with two crystal bowls. The latter is for the winners to keep in commemoration of their win, while the winning pair also received a golf bag each donated by PING, which also provided other prizes on the day.

Di Horsley, chair of the Trust, commented: “I’d like to thank all the players and clubs who have taken part in this year’s competition as their support will make a real different to the lives of young people, and to help spread the word of the work of the England Golf Trust.”

The England Golf Trust is an independent charity that provides grants, bursaries and equipment from PING to young golfers of all ages and abilities who need financial support to develop and enjoy the game. The Trust receives no public funded money but thanks to a network of generous individuals and organisations has supported 170 young golfers with more than £123,000 of funding.

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