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  • Gibbs Secures Maiden Win at Telford
    of the trio Hayward was playing consistent golf with pars on the first 7 holes but then a bogey double bogey combination on the eighth and ninth temporarily derailed his challenge Gibbs joined Sell and Whitnell in the lead with a birdie on the twelfth and the way he was putting looked to be the favourite to win Sell birdied the fourteenth to move briefly into the lead on 6 under par but then immediately gave it back with a bogey on the fifteenth In the final group Whitnell and Gibbs both birdied fifteen and so the pair were still tied for the lead Hayward also birdied the hole to stop the bleeding and move back under par The short sixteenth could have been turning point in the battle with Gibbs missing the green well left and Whitnell going long The pair then both hit inferior chip shots and were left with lengthy putts for par Whitnell s shoulders visibly dropped as Gibbs holed yet another putt to save his par but to Witnell s credit and showing a firm resolve he also holed out to stay level with Gibbs Sell finally put himself out of the battle with a bogey on the par five seventeenth and finally holed out on the eighteenth to finish on 4 under and set the clubhouse lead The seventeenth is a typical risk and reward par 5 with a fairway narrowing to a bottleneck at the driving distance the prudent choice is an iron from the tee but Whitnell chose the gamblers option and split the fairway giving him the chance of reaching the green in two Gibbs meanwhile chose the more prudent approach and when he then found a fairway bunker with his second shot Whitnell who was just short of the green in two looked a firm favourite to edge into the lead Gibbs missed the green long and left with his third shot but then whitnell failed to drive home his advantage by hitting a poor chip that left him some 15 feet short of the hole Gibbs also hit a poor chip but even though he was further away from the hole than Whitnell he again holed out for a par and with Whitnell just missing his birdie attempt the pair made their way to the eighteenth tee still all square Both hit good tee shots and then followed them up with excellent second shots to within 10 feet and with Gibbs putting like Jordan Spieth you could have almost given it to him Given that he had holed everything he looked at Gibbs inexplicably missed and so Whitnell had a putt for the win but he also just missed and so the pair headed off to the first tee for a sudden death play off Gibbs teed off first and split the fairway with a solid tee shot whereas Whitnell hit a rather weak shot which found the edge of the tree s on the right leaving him a

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  • Tournament Reports
    more In the end it was Michael Cox who picked up the spoils in the 0 to 10 handicap section with 38 Stableford points and Connor Bates who won the 11 to 18 handicap prize with 40 points Well done to them both and to all the winners and we look forward to seeing more amateurs playing in the remaining amateur events Mentmore again proved to be excellent hosts providing all the players with good food beverage throughout the three days and we look forward to returning there in August Hinton Surges to Victory at Dummer When day one dawned over Dummer Golf Club and the wind was howling we thought the level par or maybe 1 under would be good enough to be leading at the end of the day How wrong we were as James Ruebotham proved by carding a very impressive 5 under par 67 to head the leader board on his own albeit only for a very short time Jamie Abbott had a feast of Eagles during his round and joined Ruebotham at 5 under helped by carding no less than 3 of them altogether and 2 of those were on par fours Ricki Brackenbury Ryan Boyns Matthew Moseley and Gary King headed the chasing pack on 3 under par and a lot of the dramatics on the second day would actually come from the pursuing pack Well the second day was indeed full of drama and with the leaders treading water in the cold and windy conditions players from the chasers were gradually making inroads into their lead However Mother Nature saw fit to bring a temporary halt to the final day with a spectacular thunder storm accompanied by a downpour of biblical proportions After a couple of hours delay the players resumed their positions on the course and a spectacular second round of 6 under par 66 last week s winner David Dixon posted a possible winning score of 6 under par Dixon hung around as the leading groups neared the end of their rounds but on hearing that Craig Hinton had birdied both the fifteenth and sixteenth and get to seven under it looked like he was going to come up just short of a second win Hinton parred the short seventeenth and pretty much sealed his victory with a 10 foot putt for birdie on the last to go to 8 under for the tournament Ruebotham in the final group failed to birdie the short par 4 sixteenth to remain at 6 under par and came to the last needing an Eagle to tie Hinton and force a play off However Ruebotham carded the ninth consecutive par on his second nine holes and joined Dixon in a tie for second place So a deserved win for Hinton to the delight of his sponsors LJD Technology Services and his many supporters Our heartfelt thanks go out to Alan King and his gang of dedicated Green keepers for preparing the course to a high

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  • Busby finds “Treasure Island”
    2 under 69 s A host of players posted 1 under par 70 s including the laconic James Busby who was searching for the end of the rainbow and the treasure chest containing five thousand doubloons The start of day two was horrendous to say the least with high near gale force winds and later heavy rain However the course took everything that was dumped on it and the greens remained quick and true and the fairways playable One player who was not affected by the conditions and presented an unbelievable 4 under par 67 was John Banbury which put him at the head of proceedings on 141 Most of the scores coming in were in the mid seventies and as the day one leaders got blown off course several players saw the opportunity to bring their experience into play and grind out par golf As John Banbury paced up and down waiting and hoping that no one could catch him Home Pro Mark Treleaven Matt Allen Andrew Richardson James Ablett and Chris Brook came close finishing on 2 over and Banbury kept pacing To James Busby the dark horse from the North of England the conditions were just like home and he plotted his way around Hayling Island steadily and got himself in the lead with a great birdie on 14 A par on 15 followed by another birdie on 16 gave him a two shot cushion which he would need playing the treacherous 17th and 18th holes Busby drawing on his experience duly made par on the last two holes carding a final round of 2 under 69 and a grand total of 3 under par 139 So Hayling Island proved to be Busby s Treasure Island as he un earthed Jamega s largest first place cheque ever

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  • Emotional First Jamega Tour Win for Jack Doherty
    not under par but with reason to celebrate was John Macklen who aced the par 3 third to win a cheque for 100 The wind was up for the start of the second day and we thought that the scoring would not reach the dizzy heights of the first day James Busby fresh from his stage one Q School win at Chart Hills laid an immaculate card on the desk totaling 7 under par 65 to propel him up the leader board to eventually finish joint 5th Michael Lowe having a break from the Alps Tour also compiled a card adding up to 65 to finish 4th on his own and bring the total number of players equaling the course record to six As the last group neared the completion of their final rounds it was Jack Doherty who was ahead by a nose from Matt Allen and stood on the 18th tee one shot in front at an astonishing 15 under par The 18th is a tricky par 3 playing just over 200 yards to the stick and into wind which meant that both Doherty and Allen had the chance of either winning the tournament or losing it on this final test Both hit poor tee shots which climbed on the wind and came to rest short right of the green It was Allen to play first and he popped his ball onto the green and saw it come to rest some 10 feet short of the hole Doherty knew he had to make par to ensure victory and played a difficult pitch and run well to within 5 feet Allen putted first and was convinced he had holed it but even with the strong wind helping it the ball refused to move the one millimetre left before the

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  • Tournament Reports
    minutes to each record 4 under par 67 s A lesson in the benefits of playing quickly rather than slowly to be learned there maybe The pair of them continued to lead the first round until Craig Shave and local Cumberwell Park hero Matt Swales matched their score later in the day Paul Doherty and Phil Wastell slotted in just behind the leaders both scoring excellent 3 under par 68 s A rash of players fell in behind Doherty and Wastell including the recently turned Pro from Broome Manor Miles Mackman who was endeavouring to follow in the foot steps of David Howell the renowned Broome Manor boy Mackman was joined at 2 under by Michael Lowe James Ruebotham James Mynott Craig Housden and James Jankowski Day one was not quite over yet though so now for a magical story about a Frog a Fox A Buggy and a Bunker Late on the first day a Frog was found hopping about on the practice putting green looking for a princess to kiss and a pond After realizing that it was not a new putting aid the poor thing was rescued by the plucky youngest son of one of the Directors who is known by the nickname The Fox They were told that the nearest water was the pond on the 3rd hole and so The Fox the Son and The Frog hopped into a buggy and set off to return Froggy to his natural habitat Concentrating more on the frog than where he was going the Fox managed to launch the buggy over the edge of a bunker Luckily the buggy rolled out of its pitch mark and ended in a good enough lie to be played out back onto the fairway With the son left to rake the bunker the Fox and the Frog made their way to the pond in the now re named Dune Buggy where the Frog was returned to water with pace Day 2 was bright and sunny with the ever present Cumberwell Park breeze in the trees and with the course in superb condition we all looked forward to an exciting day s golf Steve Surry set the early pace by adding a 4 under par 67 to his lack lustre first round of 72 to lead on 3 under par 139 Stuart Hemming and Steve Courtney overtook Surry both carding fine 4 under par 67 s but we heard from the on course scorer that Paul Doherty was in fine form and coming down the stretch on fire and with 4 birdies and an Eagle in his back nine Doherty set the target at 7 under par 135 First round leader Craig Shave came within a whisker of catching Doherty but the first round spark had left him and he scored a final round of 1 under par 70 to fall just 2 short with a 5 under the card total 137 Some consolation for Shave was the second place cheque for 3

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  • Tournament Reports
    5 under par 68 s Hiding in the pack on 3 under par and looking to pounce on Pearson during the second day were Martin Sell Tom Murray Paul Reed Christopher Gill Nathan Treacher and of course David James Dan Perrett came to the 18th tee on 8 under par for the round and a par at the last would have been good enough to set an un beatable target of 9 under par but tragically he doubled it but still equalling the course record with a 67 and end the tournament on 7 under par Perrett waited for the last group to finish and hoped that 7 under would be good enough to win or at least tie the tournament David James wrenched a great birdie out of the last to tie Perrett and both men waited to see if anyone in the final group could beat them Jason Levermore saw his second shot run through the back of the 18th green and his 3rd shot a putt from just off the green to birdie and tie Perrett and James came up just 2 feet short of the cup James Scade standing on the 16th tee seemed to be coasting to a possible first win on 9 under par but went on a spending spree finishing double bogey bogey bogey ouch So James and Perrett prepared to play off over the first hole at the magnificent Caversham Heath Golf Club and it was James who threw down the gauntlet spearing his second shot to within 5 feet of the flag Perrett hit an equally fine second to 15 feet but saw his putt stay above ground leaving James with his 5 footer to win Making no mistake with either line or length James holed out to win the first place prize of 5 000 and erase the memory of the play off defeat at The Warwickshire 2 weeks previously Consolation for Dan Perrett was a second place cheque for 2 000 The vast majority of the players praised the condition of the golf course and especially the greens which ran fast and true with some tricky but fair pin positions challenging the shot making ability of the golfers Caversham Heath just North of Reading is a joy to play and the hospitality in the clubhouse is fantastic so we would without reservation recommend it to all Put on your best golfing gear next week because we have the film cameras at Mentmore finishing the filming for our T V pilot show It s sure to be busy so get your entries in or you may miss out on being a film star Marathon Man Cort Wins at The Warwickshire Matthew Cort won a nip and tuck battle with Francis McGuirk Will Fox David James and local hero Rory Kirwan over 6 extra holes at The Warwickshire after they all tied for first place on 4 under par Will Fox led at the end of the first day with an

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  • Tournament Reports
    Wales was delighted to win his first Jamega Pro Golf Tour event over the splendid Rosebery course at the Mentmore Golf and Country Club Griffiths put together two fine rounds of 66 and 68 for a winning total of 10 under par 134 On receiving his winners cheque for 5 000 Griffiths praised the condition of the golf course and the efforts of the Jamega Team in organizing such an excellent tournament Second by a single shot came Matthew Cort winning 2 500 with rounds of 65 and 70 In third place was Robert Watkins who picked up 1 500 with scores of 69 and 67 Mentmore Golf and Country Club provides two challenging but fair golf courses to test players of all standards and the hospitality you receive in the clubhouse is excellent We will be back at Mentmore later in the year to play The Rothschild course where last year the winning total was 15 under par Paul Maddy wins in style at a glorious Wharton Park Maddy goes Crazy to win at Wharton Park Cruising up the M5 towards Wharton Park in the tour van we remembered last year at this event when the van broke down and we had to be towed to the venue Well in the most bizarre of coincidences on this journey the engine overheated and we ground to a halt on the hard shoulder of the M5 Despite pouring in copious amounts of the finest Evian Spring water into the radiator she refused to perform and so we waited for the tow truck to arrive again When we finally arrived at Wharton Park we found the course in pristine condition with greens that would rival Augusta s finest Sunshine and very little wind the made the course vunerable to low scoring and a 10 under prediction for round one was made by some Under par scores came to the recording desk at regular intervals with Nick Redfern Jonathan Gidney Rory Kirwan and Adam Chamberlain presenting the scorers with excellent 4 under par 67 s Graham Benson Graham Povey and the big hitting former U S Tour member James Mclean got a bit nearer to the elusive 10 under prediction by posting 5 under par 65 s However it was Paul Maddy who was going crazy with birdie fever on the course and got the nearest to the predicted score with a brilliant 8 under score of 63 The temperature rose and the wind dropped at the start of day two and we all wondered what score would win at the end of the day Steve Courtney was the first to show and after a pedestrian first round of level par Courtney scorched round the benign Wharton Park in a great score of 7 under par 64 to race up the leader board and harbour thoughts of a possible win James Busby was to dash Courtney s hopes of a first win on the tour by adding a tremendous 6 under 65 to

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  • Join us for 2015
    Latest Scores Prize Winners div uk panel Join us for 2015 Save s join Jamega Now discounted membership at 150 join NOW Copyright 2016 Jamega Pro Golf Tour Home Membership Enter Events Contact us Privacy Refunds Policy JAMEGA PRO GOLF TOUR LIMITED Company No 08465854 JAMEGA PROMOTIONS LIMITED Company No 08524182 38 42 NEWPORT STREET SWINDON WILTSHIRE SN1 3DR Tel 01793 525957 07910 562735 Home Contact Us Professional Join Entry

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