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Scotland Set to Compete in Boys, Girls, Ladies and Men’s European Amateur Championships

Posted on 04/07/2022

Scotland’s Men, Ladies, Boys and Girls squads are set to compete in the European Amateur Championships this week, with each of the events taking place between Tuesday 5 and Saturday 9 July.

The format will comprise a maximum of 20 teams, with 6 players in each.

All players and teams will play two rounds of stroke play; the lowest five scores from the team of six will count to the team score each day. The leading eight teams after Round 2 will progress to the first flight of match play, where matches will consist of two foursomes games in the morning and five singles games in the afternoon whilst in medal contention. The next eight teams after Round 2 will progress to the second flight of match play, where matches will consist of one foursomes game and four singles games. The final four teams after Round 2 will progress to the third flight, where matches will consist of one foursomes game and four singles games.

Speaking ahead of competing, Chloe Goadby of the Ladies team said, ‘It’s an honour to represent Scotland again. I just want to do the best for the country and it’s an exciting time with the team we’ve got.’

Men’s team player Rory Franssen also added, ‘It’s my first time playing at European Men’s so it will be really special. I think everyone wants to play for their country so I’m just buzzing for it.’

Ahead of the European Championships, the squads gathered in St Andrews and Blairgowrie last week with the team coaches and captains. Both days were a valuable opportunity for the teams to work together, have fun and prepare for this week’s competition.

Live scoring from the events will be available here.

A full list of the squads for this week’s events and venues can be found below:

European Amateur Team Championship (Men), Royal St George’s Golf Club, England, 5 to 9 July

  • Rory Franssen, Auchterarder Golf Club
  • Calum Scott, Nairn Golf Club
  • Connor Graham, Blairgowrie Golf Club
  • Lewis Irvine, Kirkhill Golf Club
  • Callum Bruce, Duff House Royal Golf Club
  • Angus Carrick, Craigielaw Golf Club

European Ladies Team Championship, Conwy Golf Club, Wales, 5 to 9 July

  • Hannah Darling, Broomieknowe Golf Club
  • Louise Duncan, The West Kilbride Golf Club
  • Lorna McClymont, Milngavie Golf Club
  • Chloe Goadby, St Regulus Ladies Golf Club
  • Grace Crawford, West Links Golf Club
  • Jennifer Saxton, Dunfermline Golf Club

European Boys Team Championship, GC St Leon-Rot, Germany, 5 to 9 July

  • Ross Laird, Glenbervie Golf Club
  • Callum Kenneally, Dunbar Golf Club
  • Oliver Mukherjee, Gullane Golf Club
  • Samuel Mukherjee, Gullane Golf Club
  • Niall Shiels Donegan, Mill Valley Golf Club
  • Archie Finnie, Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh

European Girls Team Championship, Oddur Golf Club, Iceland, 5 to 9 July

  • Freya Russell, Royal Troon Golf Club
  • Freya Constable, Prestonfield Golf Club
  • Robyn Fowlie, Murcar Links Golf Club
  • Katie Graham, Hamilton Golf Club
  • Ailsa Brannock, Southerness Golf Club
  • Ruby Watt, Paul Lawrie Golf Centre  


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