The Heritage: The Heritage course is open with 18 main greens. Buggies will be available from the pro shop. Please repair your pitchmarks.
Practice Range: The driving range is open. On Monday and Thursday the driving range will be closed until 11am for ball collection and maintenance.
Academy 6 Hole: The academy course is open.
My name is Kesir Sangha and I am the Junior Captain for Letchworth Golf Club 2022.
I have had the pleasure of being a member at Letchworth for seven years during which time my handicap has come down to 6. I am part of the Hertfordshire County Team and have the pleasure of playing in Junior Opens throughout the county and South East region.
Junior Golf at Letchworth have a huge heritage producing some of the finest young golfers in England. We offer fabulous training facilities and the unique Mike Amos Foundation who provides funding for entries to Junior Opens and subsidised coaching.
2021 was a difficult year for everybody, in particular for Junior Golf but this year will be different. We have some great young talent at Letchworth and I am looking forward to captaining the team in our matches.
You will see the list of Junior competitions that are open to Heritage members, and we are also planning other competitions and events for beginners and academy members.
I hope I get the opportunity to play with all the juniors during my year.
I wish everybody a fun time and look forward to seeing you soon.
Best wishes & swing well
The popular Matthew Amyotte Salver competition was played on Sunday 22nd May
The number of entrants were limited owing to GCSE & A Level exams however the standard of golf from our Juniors continues to exceed expectations. The weather was perfect and the course is improving despite the lack of rain.
The winner of the closest to the Pin on the 2nd hole was Rhianna Askey with Vice Captain Harry Catlin winning the Scratch prize with a gross 80.
For the main event scoring 39 Points – Harry Hall was 2nd and the winner of the MA Salver with a fantastic 43 Points was defending champion - Daniel Green.
5 teams of 4 players took part on the 17th April. With Directors of the Mike Amos Foundation on hand to support, it was a brilliant day enjoyed by all. With all the players presented an Easter Egg, a huge thank you to the Mike Amos Foundation for sponsoring the day.
Congratulations to the winning team of Freddie Lynch, James Andrews, David Andrews and Austin Hanbury.
The first iTour event took place at Aldenham Golf Club on the 3rd April 2022. The iTour was created as part of Hertfordshire Golf’s junior development pathway as a link for players moving from par 3 Futures Tour events to a more challenging full-size course. The iTour is for players with no official handicap or a high club handicap who need to improve their skills, gain confidence and playing experience.
Two of our Juniors took part, Owen White and Jacob Lovatt. Owen won Division Two with a great score of 43 gross. Jacob finished tied for 3rd in Division One. Congratulations to you both and a brilliant start to the season.
For more information on the County iTour and Futures Tour please click HERE.
The Bray Trophy was played last Sunday.– this was an 18 hole stableford competition. The conditions were perfect with blue skies and a light breeze. We had 10 players competing and the scoring was lower than expected.
First to finish was Joe Clark who carded 36 points and won the Scratch prize. In 2nd place was Harry Hall with 40 points and the winner of the Bray Trophy with 41 Points was Oscar Kahlow. The prizes were presented by Junior Vice Captain Harry Catlin.
The next Junior event is the Annual Match against LGC Ladies being played on 13th April for The Quin Cup.
The next competition is the popular Easter Egg Scramble on Sunday 17th April – this is the official Welcome Event for 2022 LGC Junior golf season – Open to all LGC Academy & Heritage Junior Golfers – the afternoon starts with a Texas Scramble played on The Academy course in teams of 4 over 3 rounds (18 Holes) this has a Shotgun Start @ 14.00pm and every player will win a prize.
After the golf the teams move across to the Putting Green in front of the Clubhouse for a putting competition with a Twist …… each team will have a Parent / Guardian or Family member – Food and a Welcome drink will be available for everyone who comes along and we will be announcing all the exciting plans we have for Junior Golf at Letchworth this year. The day allows all our juniors to play in a fun event, meet the Junior Organisers and the new Junior PGA Coach Matt Bailey.
This event is being sponsored by The Mike Amos Foundation who have kindly agreed to cover the cost of prizes / drinks & food.
Entry is now open online or contact Junior Convenor, Mark Clark who is helping Ashley Catlin to run the competition. firstname.lastname@example.org
At last we started the LGC Junior season with The Amos Trophy – this was an 18 hole stableford competition played last Sunday 27th February.
The conditions were perfect with blue skies and a light breeze. For many of us this was the first time had had the chance to see the damage caused by the recent storms and the extensive ground works that are being done to improve the course.
We had 12 players competing and the scoring was much lower than we had expected. First to finish was Oscar Kahlow who carded 35 points which included a birdie on the 6th scoring 5 points. The last group included Jacob Lovatt with 39 points and the winner on countback, also with 39, was Daniel Green.
The Gross prize was a tie with Joe Clark coming out the eventual winner.
The prizes were presented by Junior Vice Captain Harry Catlin.
The next competition is The Bray Trophy on Sunday 20th March. Entry is open now online - HERE
Report by Peter Lennie
On the 22nd December the Junior section took to the frosty fairways to play in the fun Christmas Texas Scramble. Our winners, after a thrilling putt off, were Oscar Earle, Sam Reay-Jones, Nathan Lloyd and Oscar Kahlow with an impressive 2 under score. Congratulations to all who took part and enjoy the chocolates!
Golf Sixes North Hertfordshire League Finals – Essendon - October 10th, 2021
During sunny spells on the old course at Essendon Country Club, event host senior professional Freddie Russell, set out a course of six holes measuring between 100yds to 180 yds which proved to be quite a challenge on a very wet course for the young players. However, this did not deter the players who racked up impressive scores, once again the parents played a brilliant supporting role of keeping the team’s scores, what would junior golf do without them???
The Golf Foundation regional manager Alice Low prepared the trophy table with an array of medals and certificates plus the winner’s trophy and presented them to the team members.
The eventual league winners were Cannons Brook with 43.5 points, who posted strong results during the previous five rounds, runners up were Chesfield Downs on thirty-nine points.