Annual ReviewA review of The R&A's activities in 2012-2013
Golf Rules in Action DVDGolf Rules in Action explains and demonstrates the basic Rules of the game.
Golf Rules IllustratedA clear, detailed, illustrated explanation of the Rules of Golf.
A Guide to the Rules on Clubs and BallsGuidelines to interpret the Rules relating to the design and manufacture of golf clubs and balls.
Birds and Golf CoursesThis book provides guidance on how to support bird populations through effective management of the roughs and out of play areas.
The GolfersThis book examines in detail the historical background to the painting 'The Golfers'.
Royal St David's
30 - 31 August 2013
2012 Champions: Continent of Europe
In 2013, the Continent of Europe's most talented players aged 18 or under will be attempting to defend their title at Royal St David's Golf Club in Wales. In 2012 they defeated the Great Britain & Ireland 13½-10½ at Portmarncok, Ireland.
Established in 1894, Royal St David's Golf Club is the home of one of the finest traditional links courses in the world. It has a long history of hosting prestigious amateur events including The Boys Amateur and Seniors Open Amateur Championships along with a professionals Ladies European Tour event in 2009.
The Continent of Europe have defeated Great Britain and Ireland to win the 2012 St Andrews Trophy and Jacques Leglise Trophy matches in Ireland....Read More
Tight affair at Portmarnock after Day One of St Andrews and Jacques Leglise Trophy Matches
GB&I lead 7-5 in The St Andrews Trophy match and the Continent of Europe lead by the same scoreline in The Jacques Leglise...
St Andrews & Jacques Leglise Trophy Matches - The Teams
The teams previewed for the matches to be played on 31 August - 1 September at Portmarnock Golf Club...
The Jacques Leglise Trophy is an annual international match played between two selected teams of nine amateur boy golfers representing Great Britain & Ireland and the Continent of Europe.
The match between GB&I Boys and the Continent of Europe was inaugurated in 1958, but not until 40 years later was the event first played in Europe. GB&I dominated the early encounters, losing only three times before 1995. Yet the strength of European golf has improved dramatically and the following six matches were equally shared. The GB&I team is selected by The R&A and the Continent of Europe side by the European Golf Association.
The R&A uses proceeds generated by The Open Championship to develop the game around the world. View the Global Activity Map to find out where and how The R&A is Working for Golf.