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Mini Masters Past Players

Lea-Anne Bramwell

Welsh Ladies Amatuer Champion 2018

Both of my daughters took up golf as my wife and I both play, it was only natural! We saw your advert on the club notice board and thought it might be fun for the girls to enter for some experience. The first qualifying round was in Penmaenmawr then St Melyd. Lea-Anne beat her sister Amy-Jane by one shot to get into the final at Celtic Manor!!!!!! We were all so excited!!! I will never forget the final as I was caddying, we still have the trophy in pride of place in our lounge alongside her other trophies.

Both girls continued their golf but Lea-Anne found horses for a while and drifted away from the game. Unfortunately she had a fall off one of her horses and was told by her doctor that she couldn’t ride again until she was 18!!! She then said to us “I want to start golf again”.

We were told about our county golf order of merit. She worked her way up and eventually became Denbighshire and Flintshire Order of Merit winner. This then gave her more drive to succeed.

We were advised by our county ladies to enter Lea-Anne into the Golf Union of Wales Talent Identification and assessment day and she was offered some free coaching sessions. Under the eye of National Coach – Paul Williams she was successful earning a place on the North Wales regional girls squad. She has now been promoted to the Welsh Regional A Squad just one step from the National Squad!!

Lea-Anne is now playing all over the UK and even Europe. She has qualified 2 years on the run for the Junior European Open in South Spain. A massive highlight last year was her selection to represent Wales in the British Junior Open run alongside the men’s British Open in Troon. She was presented her players medal by Zac Johnson!!! What an experience.

Lea-Anne has fought her way down to 2 handicap currently and has a 5 year plan leading to turning professional one day hopefully!!

It all started with entry into the Mini Masters though.

Jason Bramwell (Father)

Frankie Jones

Welshpool Golf Club

Frankie Jones was one of our first Mini Masters winners. He later went on to become British Disabled Boys Champion.

Frankie is now in his 2nd year at Worcester uni studying sports coaching science for disability. He is still playing golf and is looking at potentially playing a few events on the European disabled tour this year. He is now playing off a handicap of 12. He plays golf for his university team and is a member at Welshpool.

He had his first hole in one last April on the hardest hole in Welshpool.