St Andrews golfing prospect selected for Scotland team
One of Fife’s leading female golfers has been selected to represent Scotland in this year’s home internationals.
Chloe Goadby, from St Regulus Golf Club, will take part in the Ladies’ Home Internationals – an annual event played over three days with teams from Scotland, England, Ireland and Wales.
This year, the event will take place at Ballybunion Golf Club in County Kerry, Ireland, from August 8 to 10. Chloe will be part of a team of seven flying the flag for the country.
The announcement came from Scottish Golf, the governing body for amateur golf in Scotland.
Andrew McKinlay, the organisation’s chief executive, said: “At Scottish Golf we’re passionate about supporting female talent from grass root to elite level.
“As well as playing for fun, there are endless competitive opportunities available to those who play the sport – with the Ladies’ Home Internationals being one. I congratulate Chloe on making the selection and wish her every success in the competition. Let’s hope this will be Scotland’s year.”
The Ladies’ Home Internationals was first played in 1885. Ireland won last year.
Chloe in action.