The French Golf Team led the 2014 European U18 Girls Golf Team Championship qualifying in Slovenia with an aggregate score of 710.

Such was the quality of the French Golf Team’s scoring, they finished 10 shots ahead of nearest rivals, Austria (720).

Spain, Sweden. Germany. Italy and The Netherlands make up the championship flight match-play qualifiers.

Scotland made a brave effort but failed to finish in the top eight despite great efforts by Troon’s Hazel McGarvie (71, 75 – 146), Lauren Whyte (St Regulus) (76, 72 – 148), and Monifieth’s Heather Munro (76, 73 -149). The Scottish Girls Golf Team finished the 36-hole stroke play qualifying on 749, six shots behind the last of the championship flight qualifiers, The Netherlands.

Ireland and Wales also failed to advance to the championship flight match-play phase.

Lea Zeitler from Austria (pictured) secured the leading individual bragging rights by 4 shots with sensational scoring of 70 and 65 for 135.

A list of girls’ golf scores is detailed below.


710 France. 720 Austria. 723 Spain. 728 England, Sweden. 733 Germany. 739 Italy, 743 Netherlands.

Other totals

745 Czech Republic. 749 Switzerland, Scotland, 751 Finland, 757 Norway


135 L Zeitler (Aut) 70 65
139 C Barquin (Spa) 72 67, R Meekers (Net) 71 68


146 H McGarvie 75 71
148 L Whyte 76 72
149 H Munro 76 73
152 C Young 75 77
154 S McWilliam 78 76
163 N Callander 81 77


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