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England appoints Development Officer for girls’ golf

2.00pm 12th September 2000 - People

Kirstie Jennings has been appointed by the English Ladies’ Golf Association to be a full time Development Officer to promote girls’ golf in England.

Kirstie a graduate and county golfer takes up her new appointment this week. She is a member of Tadmarton Heath Golf Club and was the 1999 Oxfordshire County Champion. Her responsibilities include raising the profile of junior golf in England. Biddy Denton, Chairman of ELGA, said, “This is a milestone for England women’s golf and we look forward to seeing more girls taking up the game.”


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