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  • Amateur Entry
    to send an invitation to your friends to invite them to register for the event Lingfield Park Golf Club Name Your friend names Each item in one line Your friend emails Each item in one line Your personal message 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

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  • Cunningham, “Nicks Leatherhead Win”
    one under par section and a further ten players negotiated the course in level par to present a very packed leader board from where any number of players could have triumphed On the final day left hander John White Saunton set a possible winning target of 4 under par by adding a superb 5 under 66 to his disappointing first round 72 and then had to sit it out and wait to see if his total was going to be good enough for at least a play off Reece Phillips The Warren GC who was one of the players on level par also went round in a blistering 5 under par 66 to set the new target at 5 under par but with Cunningham on 4 under and two holes to play it looked as though we may have a play off looming However as we now know Cunningham birdied the last two holes to snatch victory from a disappointed Phillips who will I am sure win very soon The Leatherhead Club hosted a pre tournament Pro Am on the Sunday where 28 teams competed for some excellent prizes and it was the home pro Michael Lowe who took home the spoils after scoring a superb 6 under par 65 that won him the pro individual prize and also helped his team Mikes Marauders capture the winning Team prize Leatherhead is a course which cannot be beaten into submission by modern golf club or ball technology and it needs good imagination and skill to un pick the secret of a good score around this typical Colt Mackenzie style golf course that was revamped by Robert Rock some years ago It also provides a wonderful place to play golf and then relax in the spacious clubhouse or enjoy the outdoor seating

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  • Hinton is King of The Cotswolds at The Wychwood
    the party and was playing some very steady golf One 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

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  • A White-Wash at Calcot Park
    under par for the round but he also fell foul of the fourteenth and followed a bogey there with another on the sixteenth to drop back to one over par for the tournament Meanwhile Dixon and White where having their own duel in the sun and reached the infamous fourteenth on level terms at 2 under par but Dixon made an uncharacteristic double bogey 6 to drop back to level par whilst White made a par In the final group Laino had suffered from a double on the first having failed to get a drop from a poor lie and a bogey on the third which put him back to level par for the tournament but in a show of guts and determination then made 3 birdies to regain his position at the top of the leader board by the thirteenth White and Dixon were playing darts on the fifteenth with both players putting their second shots to within 4 feet of the stick for excellent birdie chances Dixon was first to putt and narrowly missed but White made no mistake with his and the birdie put him to 3 under and tied for the moment with Laino who was two groups behind Dixon made a welcome birdie at sixteen to close the gap to two shots but White shut the door firmly in Dixon s face with a great birdie on the last hole to finish on 4 under for the tournament Laino meanwhile climbed aboard the Bogey Train on the fourteenth and failed to get off it apart from a par on the seventeenth and finished a disappointing 4 over par for the round and one over for the tournament This left Jon White the delighted winner by a clear 3 shots from David Dixon and Dale Whitnell

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  • Tournament Reports
    one bogey to come home in one under par and head the leader board on 7 under the card Tyler Hogarty and Jamie McLeary got closest to Armitage returning 5 under par 67 s to head local legend Antonio Sobrinho QDV winner Hugues Joannes and hole in one specialist Matt Moseley by a single shot While we are on the subject of holes in one Jamie Abbott performed the same feat with an ace on the par 3 second hole that eventually helped him to a two under par score of 70 and a 100 bonus The second day was a lot calmer and we are certainly looking forward to a low scoring day but you never know what s going to happen when the pressures on The pressure seemed to have little effect on the chasing pack as Duncan Stewart carded a fine 6 under par 66 but was left to rue a careless bogey on the seventeenth Young Aaron Rai just got ahead of Stewart with solid 3 under par round of 69 to reach 6 under par Of the final groups the talented young amateur Joao Ramos then swept to the top of the leader board adding a 7 under par 65 to his first round 69 and reach 10 under par It seemed that Jamie McLeary who stood on the eighteenth tee on 12 under par for the tournament only had to bogey the last at worst to win But it s never that easy to get over the line and unfortunately McLeary managed to triple bogey the last whilst playing partner Armitage made a birdie to join Ramos in a play off on 10 under par The first play off hole was halved in birdies and so onto the next and whilst Ramos safely found the fairway with an iron Armitage went for the green and pulled his shot slightly but was still left with a shot to the green Ramos hit the green with his second shot and was left with a 25 foot birdie putt Armitage hit a wonderful shot to guarantee a stone cold birdie and after Ramos just missed his putt it left Armitage with his second win over the Castro Marim course We would like to thank all the Golf Clubs who have supported The Algarve Pro Golf Tour and especially The PGA Portugal for having the faith to back and help the tour in its first year We start the next series of 18 tournaments in October and are expecting full fields as the word spreads regarding what s on offer courtesy of The PGA Portugal More information regarding the schedule will be published soon so keep your eye on the website and at the Jamega Tour events throughout the summer in the UK We would like to wish all the players below who have competed on The Algarve Pro Golf Tour the very best of luck in The Madeira Islands Open Ricardo SANTOS Ricardo Melo GOUVEIA Tiago CRUZ

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  • Lloyd Banks a Jamega Win
    further back on 4 under and he was one ahead of Gary Gilligan Aloha GC on 3 under par A chasing pack of Roberto Laino Woburn Paul Streeter Lincoln Golf Centre Reece Phillips The Warren GC and local hero Jon White were poised to strike on the second day five shots off the pace on 2 under It was a delight to play in dry conditions for a change and even a chilly wind did not detract from our and the players enjoyment of some sunshine for once On the second day Mason Papple Millenium International Forwarding put together a tremendous round of 5 under to finish on level par and just miss out on getting into the prize fund Paul Streeter swept into the clubhouse lead with a solid 3 under par 69 but Kennedy was playing somewhat erratic golf over the front nine to turn in one over par and really had to settle down on the run for home Kennedy did find a swing at the start of the back nine and birdied the eleventh to redress the balance and then proceeded to pretty much cement his win with an eagle on the twelfth Roberto Laino in the penultimate game carded a solid 3 under par 69 to join Streeter on 5 under par for the tournament and Gary Gilligan in the same group held his form and breasted the tape to finish with a one under par 71 and a 4 under par total In the final group of the day it became a procession for Kennedy who now held a comfortable lead standing on the eighteenth tee and duly parred the hole for a 4 shot victory and a boost to his confidence Both his playing partners Brackenbury and Moul played steadily and joined Laino

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  • A Battle for Ruebotham
    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

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  • Sell Storms to Victory
    par A little further back but still in touch at 1 under par a group of four players waited to pounce on the second day given half a chance On the first day we also ran the second of our ten Amateur Tour events and despite the very difficult playing conditions the scoring was excellent Georgio Forgione was the winner of the 0 to 10 handicap section and Connor Bates won the 11 to 18 section for the second week in a row and both players won a place in an Algarve pro Golf Tour event including three nights 4 Hotel B B accommodation car hire and three rounds of golf The second day boiled up very nicely and with some torrid weather conditions to deal with none of the players were running away with the tournament James Ruebotham put himself on the back foot with a bogey bogey triple bogey run through the turn after getting to 8 under through 25 holes Earlier in the afternoon Ricki Brackenbury posted a fine 5 under par round to hoist himself up the leader board to 2 under par and into the prize fund Warren Bennett and Yasin Ali played beautifully to compile 4 under par 66 s and post a 5 under par total for the tournament and it was good to see both players finding some good form Sell came to the last in the penultimate group on 6 under par and fashioned a brilliant closing birdie to set the new clubhouse lead with just the leading group to come After recovering from his bruising time round the turn Ruebotham birdied 3 holes and arrived at the last needing a birdie to tie After a solid tee shot Ruebotham knocked his second straight at the flag to finish some 8

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