Where in the world?

Thursday, June 11, 2009

TROWLEY BOTTOM, England – Representatives from 15 countries made it into match play at the Ladies’ British Amateur Championship at Royal St David’s in Harlech, Wales.

England has the majority of competitors in the knock-out stages with 17 players. Scotland ranks second with nine. Holland, Sweden and Germany have five players each. There are four players from Spain and Canada, and three each from Wales, Ireland and France. Italy has two runners with one each from Mexico, Australia, Israel and the United States.

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