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  • Tournament Reports
    to win on the second hole with a solid 8 foot putt for a birdie three The first day was interrupted when a torrential downpour hit the course and play was suspended due to flooded greens but the storm soon passed and because Luton Hoo is a free draining course we were able to resume play after just over an hour Although the European Q School at Frilford Heath impacted on the field size the standard of play remained high and it was newly turned professional Luke Johnson and James Watts who led at the end of the day on 4 under par Martin Sell and Sam Watts led the pursuing pack on 3 under the card and they had Jamie Abbott and Ryan Boyns close by on 2 under so with a tightly bunched leader board it was really anyone s to win or indeed to lose In the relatively calm conditions that prevailed on the second day scoring improved and James Adams who started the day on one under par put together a great round of 5 under to set a clubhouse target of 6 under par although he was actually unhappy with his finish Adams was the enjoying a superb round of golf and a great Eagle 3 on the seventeenth put him at 5 under for the round and he gave himself an excellent chance for a birdie from 4 feet at the last but missed it and that miss would ultimately cost him the title Jamie Abbott joined Adams on 6 under adding a solid bogie free 4 under par 69 to his first round of 71 and the pair settled down to wait for the final group and see if they would make it to at least a play off In the final group James Watts was having a Pick and Mix round of golf with birdies pars and bogies up until he arrived at the fifteenth which he proceeded to birdie and followed that with 2 more at sixteen and seventeen to finish on 6 under par and make it a three man play off for the title The sudden death play off was to be over the tenth and eighteenth holes and after they all secured pars on the tenth they moved to the eighteenth and that s where it was settled with Abbott holing from some 8 feet for a winning birdie three It s always a pleasure to come back to Luton Hoo and the course was a credit to the green keeping staff who despite the wet conditions presented the players with an excellent course to test their skills on There was a Jamega Amateur event held on the first day of the main event and it was a delighted Steve Rixon who proved to be triumphant with a solid 36 stableford points Steve won a 3 day trip to the Algarve to play in an Algarve Pro Golf Tour event and that will include staying in a 4

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  • Tournament Reports
    early highlight of the second day was a stunning round of 6 under par 66 by Warren Bennett that not only hoisted him up into the prize fund on 4 under but set a new course record With Bailey slipping away Hinton and Devonport were level pegging with one hole to play but they both had to watch as Crawford make a great birdie on the driveable par 4 eighteenth to draw level with them on 5 under par Ben Loughrey Wrag Barn GC made a valiant effort at an Eagle on the eighteenth to join Crawford in the clubhouse lead but came up short to for a birdie and close on 4 under par So the stage was set for an exciting climax on the last and after hitting the green Hinton rolled his Eagle approach putt up to about 3 feet or so short of the hole so there was still a little meat still left on the bone Devonport tapped in for par and left the stage clear for Hinton to try and hole out and pip Crawford by a single shot Without undue drama he slotted home the put for a birdie and was the relieved winner by a single shot We also held a one day Jamega Amateur tournament on the Monday and Dan Walker the plus 1 handicap player representing the event sponsor Multisets accumulated 34 Sableford points to win a 3 day tournament holiday of his choice on the Algarve Pro Golf Tour The prize comprises of 4 Night s accommodation in a 4 Hotel 3 Rounds of golf in tournament conditions and Car Hire at an Algarve Pro Golf Tour event of their choice so all there is to pay for are the flights The Wychwood is a hidden gem in the heart of the Cotswolds and is a delightful course with great greens and very helpful and enthusiastic members who were out ball spotting and bunker raking for all 3 days The friendly bar and catering staff served up reasonably priced good quality food and drink for the players and we would highly recommend it as a stop for supper after a pleasant summers evening on the golf course The pro shop could not have been more helpful with Head Pro Tom Rob and Jenny looking after us and helping to make the event run smoothly Please refer to our schedules on both the Jamega Tour and Algarve pro Golf Tour websites to see the list of events both professionals and amateurs that are available in the coming months See you next week at Leatherhead for the next tournament A White Wash at Calcot Park Jon White Saunton won the battle of the West Country Warriors when he went head to head with Somerset s David Dixon Kelland Plant Sales at the glorious Calcot Park over the last two days The classic Harry Colt designed course provided a stern test of both the skill and the patience for the players with

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  • Josh is the “Cream of the Crop”
    shots at the first three holes eventually cost him dear as he opened the door for Loughrey to home in on the title Although Loughrey also dropped a shot at the first he bounced back with four birdies to the turn while Cossins chances faded when he dropped further shots at seven and eight With the back nine to come Loughrey led the field by two shots as Tom Hayward negotiated the front nine in a stunning six under par 29 that included a hole in one at the eighth and that appeared to give him the momentum coming to the back nine and at 9 under par he was right in the thick of the action Hayward s hopes of a win faded as his first nine heroics could not be replicated on the back nine and he finished his homeward stretch in level par to finish the event on 8 under par and eventually his highest professional finish in third place Moul also mounted a challenge for the title with 5 birdies on the back nine but a mid round peppering of bogies spoilt his chances as he fell 2 behind Loughrey to eventually finish in second place on 10 under par Loughrey dropped a shot at the 10th but that proved to be his only other dropped shot of the day as he responded with three more birdies to finish the round on five under the tournament on 13 under and his first Jamega Tour win Loughrey who during his very rare golfing breaks helps out in the family Farm Shop business in Gloucester was delighted to take home the fruits of his labours at Reading Golf Club Ogbourne s Charlie Cossins bravely fought on and despite his second round dilemmas and he eventually finished in 12th

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  • Cardy Bags First Jamega Win
    in 30 and set the new clubhouse target of 6 under par Rumayne Stevens playing in the same group as Ali was also burning the course up and finished with a fine 6 under par 67 to sit just one shot behind Ali on 5 under par It seems that all the players were enjoying a birdie fest including Dale Whitnell Forester Park who was 5 under par after 12 holes and Dave Thomas Hanbury Manor who bettered that with 6 under par after 12 They both put themselves in contention at 9 under par with the Back nine on Sunday to come for the leaders Nick Cunningham Bedfordshire County GC slipped ahead of Yasin Ali with yet another 7 under par 66 and was maybe regretting his first round of level par Of the leaders it seemed that David Dixon was determined to gate crash the party getting to 10 under with 8 holes to play just a single shot behind Cardy who must have been looking over his shoulder at who was gaining ground on him Meanwhile John White shot a 6 under 67 to join Cunningham in the clubhouse lead on 7 under but realistically it was not going to good enough to win surely Jack Hiscock and Simon Griffiths took over the clubhouse lead at 8 under par but that lead was soon snatched from their grasp by Dale Whitnell who posted a final total of 10 under par after a fine second round of 6 under the card The clubhouse lead changed yet again as David Dixon and Dave Thomas posted a total of 10 under par and joined Whitnell at the top but with Cardy on 13 under with one hole to play it looked like a lost cause for the waiting trio Indeed

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  • It’s a Breeze for Robertshawe
    and that the par for the course is a strict 70 Rory Kirwan Kenilworth GC and Dave Thomas Hanbury Manor on level par were nearest to Robertshawe and several players including Asian Tour member Steve Lewton and defending champion Martin Sell were close behind on one over par The second day was the most difficult of the two days with even stronger winds playing havoc with the player s efforts to manage their game and their minds Defending Champion Martin Sell and former Jamega Tour winner Steve Lewton who is on a short break from The Asian Tour to play in the next three European Tour events set the clubhouse target at one over par the pair then waited for the final group to finish to see if there was to be a play off Robertshawe meanwhile found a difficult lie in a greenside bunker on the seventeenth and despite playing a great shot to find the green still bogeyed the hole to drop back to level par and would need to par the last to win The eighteenth was playing into the teeth of the wind but Robertshawe hit a solid tee shot down the right hand side of the fairway leaving him in the ideal place to attack the pin positioned on the left of the green He put the matter beyond any doubt with a great second shot that pitched and stopped to within 3 feet of the hole and he duly holed out for a birdie and a deserved 2 shot victory over Lewton and Sell There was a Jamega Amateur Tour event being run in conjunction with the main tournament and this produced two worthy winners with Kip Popert winning the 0 10 handicap section and Adrian Lennox Lamb winning the 11 18 handicap section

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  • Tournament Reports
    Challenge Tour player Jamie Moul The iconic Seve Ballesteros designed golf course provided a stern examination for the players this week and when the gale force winds were factored in it became a brutal test of skill and patience Ruebotham made his intentions known when he posted a 2 under par 70 to sit atop the leader board alongside Elliot Groves with James Tinworth Outforce with Jamie Moul a single stroke behind Indicative of how tough the conditions were was that only a total of 8 players equalled par or bettered it out of a field of nearly 90 golfers The second day carried on in the same vein as the first with gale force winds that gusted to nearly 50 mph on occasions and made life very difficult for not only the golfers but also the local birdlife who were grounded by Fowl Traffic Control Of the earlier starters second round specialist Ben Loughrey added a fine one under par 71 to his disappointing first round 77 and hoist himself up the leader board and into the prize fund Recent back to back EuroPro winner Gary King also redeemed himself by adding a one under par 71 to his disappointing first round score of 6 over par and just creep into the prize money The biggest move of the day came from Craig Adams who battled away to card a 2 under par 70 and establish a clubhouse target of level par and with the card wrecking wind increasing in its ferocity it could well have become the winning total Jamie Moul in the penultimate group joined Adams at the top of the leader board on level par and both had the agonising wait to see if their totals could be beaten or would they be continuing in a play off Word from the on course scorer was that with Tinworth and Groves out of the running and Ruebotham dropping a shot on the tricky fifteenth hole to go back to level par for the tournament it was looking more and more like a three way play off Ruebotham negotiated the sixteenth and seventeenth in par and so came to the Seve signature hole with its S shaped water hazard guarding a wide but very shallow green needing a par to force a play off or a birdie to win As cool as a cucumber Ruebotham found the green with a superb second shot and duly rolled in the putt to claim a well deserved victory by a single shot It is always a pleasure to come back to The Shire London and be welcomed and looked after by the friendly and enthusiastic staff and they always provide the players with a well presented golf course to play We are at The Players Club near Bristol next week and are looking forward to some decent warm weather for a change so fingers crossed Sell Storms to Victory Bedfordshire winner Martin Sell Martin Sell overcame some outrageously bad weather to

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  • A Walk in The Park for Dixon
    challengers were just blown away Dixon seemed to be playing in different conditions than the rest of the players as he ambled his way around Magnolia Park playing without fuss in a deceptively relaxed manner that actually belies the quick pace at which he plays the game Craig Adams First Choice Villas made a valiant attempt to catch Dixon carding a 4 under par 69 to set a target of 3 under par but with Dixon having reached 9 under par with 2 holes to play it was a done deal and barring an unlikely disaster he would not be caught Dixon then put the matter beyond any doubt by birdying the last two holes for an error free 6 under par round of 67 to win by an impressive 8 shots from Adams and in the end the pair were the only players to finish under par Preceding the tournament we ran a Pro Am for Magnolia Park and there was a tie for the professional prize between Tom Hayward Luke Groves and Lee Hitchcock who all shot 1 under par The winning team prize went to Origin Frames with a total of 83 points on count back from the host club team The Magnolia Hackers The winners of the Jamega Amateur tournament held on the first day of the main tournament were Paul McAvoy in the 0 to 10 handicap section and Andy Cook in the 11 to 18 handicap section The pair each win places in an Algarve Pro Golf Tour tournament of their choice and that includes 4 nights B B in a 4 Hotel 3 rounds of golf Car Hire free range balls and trolleys Magnolia Park Golf and Country club now has a 30 bedroom Best Western Plus Hotel at the club which enables

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  • Déjà vu for Dale at Aldwickbury Park
    under par 66 to set a very early clubhouse target of level par Former European Tour regular Raymond Russell showed that class is permanent and carded a 4 under par 67 to ease into the clubhouse lead on 1 under par and maybe reflect on his first round effort News from the course indicated that Whitnell was going deep under par and had established a 3 shot lead after birdying the sixteenth to go to 5 under par for the tournament In the same group Lloyd Kennedy was hanging on for dear life and he also birdied the same hole to stay within three of Whitnell and hope for something to happen over the final 2 holes Reece Phillips The Warren and Charlie Haggar Rochester Cobham joined Russell on one under par and they continued to live in hope but eventually died of disappointment I m afraid at the hands of the impressive Whitnell In the final group Kennedy went on a spending spree and bogied the last hole and drop from a clear second place into a tie with Phillips Haggar and Russell The first round leader Thomas Markey had unfortunately faded away from the leadership battle but I am sure he will learn from his experiences and come back all stronger for it in the future Whitnell made solid pars at the final 2 holes and finish a worthy winner by 4 shots and successfully defend the title he won last year after beating Ricky Brackenbury in a play off We had a young lady playing this week courtesy of her win at The Lee Westwood Golf School and Morgan Thomas belied her petite stature by hitting the ball a country mile and will surely be a star of the future in Ladies Golf The impressive Georgio Forgione

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