Following a successful summer of competitive golf on the amateur circuit in the UK, Dubai born and bred 17-year-old Josh Hill has been selected to represent England to be played at Hankley Common Golf Club in Surrey from September 15-17.
The Home Internationals will feature representative teams of 11 players from Scotland, Ireland, Wales and England. The 2020 tournament was postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions and the defending champions are England.
Josh represented the victorious boys England team earlier this month at Woodhall Spa Golf Club in the Home Internationals and has gained promotion to the men’s team following a solid summer of golf. He is the only representative not based in England,
England will face the other home nations in a round-robin format over the three days of competition with each match comprising of five morning foursomes and 10 afternoon singles.
Sam Bairstow (Hallowes GC, Yorkshire)
Callan Barrow (Royal Lytham & St Annes GC, Lancashire)
Jack Bigham (Harpenden GC, Hertfordshire)
Zachary Chegwidden (Orsett GC, Essex)
Jack Dyer (Boyce Hill GC, Essex)
Arron Edwards-Hill (Chelmsford GC, Essex)
John Gough (Stoke Park GC, Buckinghamshire)
Josh Hill (Trump International GC, Dubai)
Olly Huggins (Frilford Heath GC, BB&O)
Haider Hussain (The Kendleshire, Gloucestershire)
Laird Shepherd (Rye GC, Sussex)