R&A Foundation Scholars Tournament (2-3 April)
Irish players Ronan Mullarney and Chloe Ryan both secured places in the European Arnold Palmer Cup side after winning the R&A Foundation Scholars Tournament. The players came out on top in wet and windy conditions over 54 holes on both the Eden and Old Courses in St Andrews. Mullarney, who studies at Maynooth University, finished with a five-under-par total to win by four strokes, while Ryan, who studies in Madrid, posted a four-under-par total to win by two strokes.
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European Nations Cup (18-21 April)
England claimed the men's team event of the Copa R.C.G. Sotogrande (European Nations Cup) in Spain. With the three lowest of four scores counting over four days, Todd Clements, David Hague, Matthew Jordan and Gian-Marco Petrozzi posted an 11-under-par total to finish ahead of Ireland by 20 shots. Denmark finished seven shots further adrift in third with a 16-over-par total.
In the women's team event, which is contested by three-player teams, Elisabeth Codet, Candice Mahe and Pauline Roussin-Bouchard posted a 14-over-par total to claim the trophy for France. Denmark took silver with 28-over-par while Germany claimed bronze with 31-over-par.
Todd Clements shot the men's lowest total individual score with a five-under-par total, while Denmark's Sofie Kibsgaard Nielsen lead the women on seven-over-par.
Girls' Under 16s Open Championship (27-29 April)
Hannah Darling won the inaugural Girls' Under 16s Open Championship at Fulford Golf Club. The Scottish player finished with a four-under-par total after three rounds. Ireland's Beth Coulter finished second on two-under-par, while Switzerland's Elena Moosmann finished third, two shots further back.
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