Web directory, archive
Search web-archive-uk.com:

Find domain in archive system:
web-archive-uk.com » UK » J » JAMEGATOUR.CO.UK

Total: 413

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Tournament Reports
    wrong but the totals are correct Tiago Cruzes Home at Morgado A strong Portuguese presence helped to make up the leader board on the first day at Morgado with Pedro Figueiredo at the top on 4 under par Tiago Cruz tied in second on 3 under and Andre Carvalho tied fifth on 2 under Making up an International leader board were England s Marcus Armitage and South African Tyler Hogarty on 3 under par Scott Fallon compiled an interesting 2 under par 71 after bombarding an Out of Bounds hotel block with two errant tee shots and starting with a quadruple bogey Eight Tiago Cruz left with a delighted Mrs Cruz with PGA Portugal President Jose Correia The second day was going to be full of drama with the Portuguese trying to win on home soil Marcus Armitage trying to cement his place in Madeira and Scott Fallon trying for a Miracle at Morgado and come back from being 4 over par after the first hole on day one Ricky Brackenbury compiled an impressive 4 under par 69 to set an optimistic clubhouse target of 5 under par but that looked sure to be beaten with the leading groups still out on the course Fallon made life a little easier and started with a par at the first and then compiled an error free 6 under par 67 that included an Eagle 3 at the tenth to set a strong clubhouse target of 8 under par for the others to chase Tiago Cruz in the penultimate game came to the eighteenth tee on 9 under par and looked sure to take the lead but his only bogey of the day dropped him into a tie for the lead with Fallon Only Armitage could join the pair on 8 under and force a three man play off but he could only manage a par and had to settle for third place however he gained more valuable Order of Merit points in his quest for the Madeira start Overnight leader Figueiredo could not find the form of day one and slipped down the leader board to finish on 2 under par and a tie for seventh place So it was to be a play off between Cruz and Fallon and the pair made their way to the first tee with Fallon hoping to complete the recovery from his horror start on the first day and Cruz with fingers crossed for a home win Well both players hit the green in regulation and Cruz made a comfortable par but Fallon left himself an uncomfortable 4 footer to extend proceedings but it failed to find the bottom of the cup and a delighted Tiago Cruz was the winner This was the last tournament of swin4 and we now move on to the Eastern Algarve to the final Swing at Castro Marim and Quinta do Vale where the curtain raiser at Castro Marim will include our first International Pro Am Further information about the Pro

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports/tournament-reports.html?start=24 (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Hogarty Wins “Wire to Wire”
    long break due to an unfortunate accident he suffered last year With a total of 23 players on par or better the tournament was still wide open and up for grabs and with a number of players looking for their first professional win it was going to be an exciting second day After a dull and miserable start to the second day the sun finally emerged from behind its blanket of cloud but with it came an ever increasing wind which would make life difficult for the leaders A score was out there as Ben Loughrey proved by carding an early 5 under par 67 to improve his position dramatically after a poor opening round of 78 As the afternoon wore on it became clear that several players were finding 5 under par a popular score as they mounted eighteenth tee and it had all the makings of a rather large play off The eighteenth a tough par 3 finishing hole into a strong gusting wind failed to help the situation as all the 5 unders dropped shots to finish tied on 4 under par The final group held the key to break the ties and that came in the form of Tyler Hogarty who had reached 8 under par with some patient golf and had a comfortable 4 shot lead over the clubhouse leaders and his playing partner James Scade Hogarty finally tapped in on the eighteenth for a comfortable par and an early season win plus a big boost of confidence for the rest of the season The amateur tournament was full of excitement as the 24 players set off in their quest to win a great golfing opportunity to play in an Algarve Pro Golf Tour tournament with 4 B B accommodation for 3 nights and Car

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/946-hogarty-wins-wire-to-wire.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Hinton Surges to Victory at Dummer
    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 standard

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/942-hinton-surges-to-victory-at-dummer.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Master Class at Machynys
    demanding links course close to Swansea on the Welsh Coast Dixon shot a 3 under par 69 over the Championship Course which is over 7 100 yards long in the very cold and windy conditions to establish a three shot lead over the field and a new course record Dixon was rarely troubled in the second round and in brutal conditions he added a one over par 73 to win by four shots in the end from Ryan Boyns Craig Farrelly James Watts and Nick Cunningham Dixon was helped to the win by his long time friend and occasional caddie Paul Henson aka Sniper for the two days and given the conditions Sniper must have been a great help to him The only player to score under par on the second day was Marcus Armitage who added a brilliant bogey free round of 3 under par 69 to his disappointing 7 0ver par 79 in the first round Local hero and former Ryder Cup player Phillip Price equalled par on day two to finish tied for sixth place Machynys Peninsular is a spectacular golf course and was prepared to a very high standard by the dedicated greens staff led by the Course Manager Marcus Weaver and his team Simon Cooper Brychan Phillips Darek Wojcieszak Jamie Peddie and Mechanic Paul Hughes The clubhouse is a sanctuary for the tired golfer after an enjoyable round of golf where they can sample some scrumptious food served up by the catering team led by Duty Managers Rebecca and Mark Evans We must not forget the members of Machynys who braved the chilly winds to come out in numbers to support all the golfers and hopefully they all enjoyed watching some good golf Copyright 2016 Jamega Pro Golf Tour Home Membership Enter Events Contact us

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/941-master-class-at-machynys.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Tournament Reports
    a day for keeping it on the straight and narrow Both Marcus Armitage and Neil Chaudhuri managed to negotiate the tricky conditions and posted 5 under par 67 s to take a one shot lead over Ricky Brackenbury and Omar Butt Gary Harris left stood with winner Daniel Gaunt They in turn led Robbie Busher Jay Taylor and the Australian Dan Gaunt who having won the previous Salgados Classic was looking dangerous Twenty four players either equalled or bettered the par of 72 which only goes to show the quality of the players who are teeing it up on the Algarve Pro Golf Tour With the forecast predicting extremely windy conditions together with showers for day 2 the players would need to dig deep and be prepared to be patient in order to triumph in the final tournament of the fourth Swing Gaunt got off to a blistering start birdying the first 3 holes and after birdying the ninth turned in 32 to get too 7 under par and he was joined on that score after nine by Marcus Armitage who was in the last group Jamie McLeary posted a possible winning total 6 under par by storming around Salgados in an error free round of 7 under par and McLeary was left to wonder if 6 under was enough after his 1 over par round the previous day Gaunt s only hiccough came when he bogeyed the eleventh but that was countered by birdies on twelve and fifteen and so he took the clubhouse lead on 8 under par It was only Armitage in the final group who could catch Gaunt as the other first round leaders faded but it was not to be and he finally added a 2 under par 70 to his first round 67 to finish one short of a playoff The Salgados resort proved to be excellent hosts again and provided a good selection of good quality food at reasonable prices for you to enjoy after a round of golf on this challenging but fair golf course The next event we are running in the Algarve will be The TGC Open a 3 round tournament played over the O Connor course at the Amendoeira Resort on the 2nd 3rd and 4th 0f February and entries are now being taken for that tournament This tournament will be closely followed by the Fourth Swing of The Algarve Pro Golf Tour Schedule which will be played over the Morgado twice and Alamos courses from the 7th to the 14th of February Heath by The Skin of His Teeth The weather was breathtaking when play started at 8 20 on the Morgado course with a crystal clear blue sky and barely a whisper of breeze to rustle the leaves on the trees and the golf that was played complimented the weather it was breathtakingly good James Heath and Duncan Stewart headed proceedings with both shooting 8 under par 65 s but they only just shaded former B M

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports/tournament-reports.html?start=27 (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • James versus James in Players Club playoff
    Paul Maddy joined Jankowski on 2 under par to keep the leaders looking over their shoulders Even though there was very little of the normal wind blowing on the second day the final round jitters were going to play their part in an exciting finale No jitters for Asian Tour player Nick Redfern though who scored a magnificent 4 under par 66 to lead the tournament at 3 under par Matt Ford dashed Redferns hopes of winning by carding a 3 under 67 which when added to his first round 69 gave him a final score of 4 under 136 Andrew Johnston joined Ford almost immediately adding another 2 under par 68 to sit with Ford hoping to emerge victorious Coming down the stretch James Jankowski and David James were ahead of the pack now at 5 under and 6 under par respectively with just the last hole to play Playing his approach first David James leaked his shot into the right hand greenside bunker Jankowski next to play bombed the flag with a great shot to within 10 feet for an obvious birdie chance Under pressure now James splashed out onto the fringe leaving him a chance from 15 feet which would force Jankowski to hole his putt to tie James missed by inches and tapped in to finish the tournament at 5 under par and leave Jankowski to study his 10 footer to win Sliding agonisingly by the hole the ball failed to comply with Jankowski s wishes and so we had our first play off of the year The play off was to be sudden death over the 18th and 14th holes the first extra hole completed in very solid pars so onto the 14th Two excellent drives David James hits his approach pin high 15 feet

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/144-james-versus-james-in-players-club-playoff.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • A close shave for Paul Doherty
    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

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/143-a-close-shave-for-paul-doherty.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Kirwan “Rors“ To Victory in Wales
    Giuseppe Licata at 3 under the card with Martin Sell and the eventual winner Rory Kirwan lurking menacingly a shot further back at 2 under par Darren Prosser Andrew Richardson Andrew Cloke and Ernie sorry Nico Els kept themselves in the race for the 5 000 first prize at 1 under par Chris Brook who was to shoot a level par total for round 1 which included a golden stretch of Eagle Birdie Birdie from the 6th still felt he had a chance The second day was again sunny but with an interesting breeze blowing so we looked forward to a great day of exciting golf The scoring was actually better than day one with Bill Hodkin having shaken off the effects of too many Cream Teas compiling an impressive 2 under par 71 to see him jump up the leader board and eventually finish joint 7th Nick Redfern from The Asian Tour lead for a while carding a solid 3 under par 70 to finish the tournament on 1 under Redfern was then joined by Chris Brook who scored a steady 72 to add to his first round 73 Meanwhile the unassuming Rory Kirwan was munching up the course the field and eventually the first round leader Cameron Russell with some scintillating golf to shoot a 5 under par final round of 68 which when added to his first round set him on top of the heap at 7 under Kirwan did not have long to wait to be declared the winner as Cameron Russell in the final grouping failed to replicate his superb play from Day 1 finishing 3 shots off the pace but still picking up a cheque for 2500 Martin Sell also in the last group missed his 7 footer which would have given him 3rd

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/140-kirwan-rors-to-victory-in-wales.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive


web-archive-uk.com, 2017-12-18