Lindrick Duo win England Final

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on Sun September 30, 2018

Lindrick's Bailey Gill and Sam Rook were both triumphant members of Yorkshire's six man team that lifted the English County Championship at the Aldeburgh GC. After winning the northern qualification stage earlier this summer, wins in the final over Lincolnshire and then Bucks/Berks/Oxon set up a final day decider against Gloucestershire where a draw was enough to regain the trophy they previously won in 2016.

England international Bailey and Yorkshire Champion Sam were paired together in the foursomes and were unbeaten in all 3 matches providing the team with a sound foundation for the afternoon singles matchplay.

England call up for Bailey

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on Mon September 3, 2018

Lindrick's Bailey Gill has been selected to represent the full England side competing in the home internationals for the Raymond Trophy.

The event will commence on 12 September at Conwy, Wales and Bailey will be part of an eleven man team aiming to win the trophy for England for the first time since 2013.

This second senior cap for Bailey is recognition of a very successful year which has seen him placed in the Portugese Amateur Championship (2nd), The Brabazon Trophy (3rd) and the French Chiberta Grand Prix (6th) whilst his handicap has reduced from +3 to +5.


Sam is Yorkshire Champion

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on Thu August 23, 2018

Lindrick's Sam Rook continued his fine run of form by winning the Yorkshire Amateur Championship  on the demanding test offered by Ganton's challenging track. Sam's first two rounds of 70 & 72 gave him a narrow lead on the field going into the 36 hole last day test. A third round 75 kept him in contention before he turned up the heat with a final round of 68 to lift the trophy by a 3 shot margin for a one over par score of 285.

The win caps a purple period for Sam who set a new course record of 62 at Rotherhan in the Lee Westwood Trophy when finishing in third spot and he also won the David Frame Trophy for being the leading player in the English Amateur Championship in the strokeeplay section at Formby.

Double triumph for 8215

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on Tue August 21, 2018

Lindrick's 8215 team completed a League and Cup double this season winning both trophies in the South Yorkshire 8215 competition.

Captained by Dave Hall the squad established a commanding margin at the top of the league from their first match in April and were able to increase that lead consistently in each fixture. The final match of the season saw Lindrick defending a 21 point margin from second placed Rotherham who despite being at home found the challenge too stiff with Lindrick lifting the title by a 14 point margin from Rotherham in second spot with Sitwell Park finishing third.

The top two teams also met in the knockout Cup Final where Lindrick delivered a 3 point victory at the expense of Rotherham after eliminating Worksop in their semi final. Dave Hall said "it's been a great effort from everyone this season and to win both trophies is just fantastic. We've had a small but very committed squad of players who have all contributed to our success, their energy and camaraderie has made captaining the side a very easy job".


Glorious July for Nicola

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on Sun July 29, 2018

July proved to be a momentous month for Lindrick's Nicola Slater.

The Lindrick teenager began with rounds of 65 & 69 to win the Bridget Jackson Bowl at Handsworth GC. Then it was on to Kirby Muxloe for the English Womens Championship where rounds of 74 & 72 ensured she qualified for the final rounds of match play. Steady progress through the rounds guarenteed an appearance in the final against Samantha Fuller where sinking a 35ft putt final clinched a 3 & 2 victory to become the England Women's Open Matchplay Champion.

Next stop was Wilmslow for the English Womens Amateur Championship where Nicola was in the leading group going into the last round with a fourth place finish being a very credible result. The final stage of her July diary was the Yorkshire Junior Championship at Pontefract where rounds of 71 & 69 were enough to take the title by two shots from fellow Lindrick club mate Mia Eales-Smith.

A fantastic month for the 18yo, pictured above at Pontefract with Mia.

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