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Maureen Madill – born in Coleraine, Northern Ireland on 1 February 1958 – is a course reporter for the BBC’s golf coverage.

As a professional golfer, she won the British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship in 1979 and the British Ladies Amateur Stroke Play Championship in 1980.

She represented Great Britain and Ireland in the Curtis Cup in 1980, and later coached the team between 1998 and 2004.

Madill turned professional in 1986 and played on the Ladies European Tour until 1996 where she had limited success, recording two runner-up finishes – the 1989 Woolmark Matchplay Championship and the 1990 Haninge Open.

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