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  • Tournament Reports
    Smith carded a solid three under par 70 in the first round but this sat three shots adrift of Oliver Reddick who scored a brilliant 6 under par 67 in difficult scoring conditions Keeping Reddick honest only one shot behind on 68 sat Jack Marsh and former Asian Tour player Yasin Ali who is starting to find some form after coming back from injury Craig Housden and the consistent performer Rory Kirwan were a shot further back on 4 under 69 s Joining eventual winner Smith on 3 under were new member Toby Burden Duncan Elbury Andrew Johnston and Steve McAnnaly On a calmer second day scoring proved to be as hot as the weather and first in with a low one was second round specialist Neil Reilly with a blistering 6 under par 67 to take the clubhouse lead on 7 under par Andrew Johnston came to the last on 5 under and with a spectacular eagle three joined Reilly on 7 under Toby Burden was also 7 under par playing the 18th alongside the leader Jordan Smith who was nursing a slender lead of one shot Burden was to par to join Reilly on 7 under leaving Smith with a 10 foot putt for birdie which would leave him in an almost un assailable position at 9 under The hole never comes to meet the ball as Smith found out by leaving his birdie putt agonisingly short in the jaws In the penultimate group Craig Housden had a chance to catch Smith but he also left his birdie putt short to leave him in joint second for the moment The final group reached the 18th with only Oliver Reddick having a chance to beat Smith with an eagle or tie him with a birdie He achieved neither and settled for a par and join the others on 7 under par Also in the group with Reddick was Yasin Ali who had to eagle the last to tie Smith he also failed but a brave birdie left him one short and join the log jam of players in joint second place Six players eventually tied for second place each winning 1 133 but it was the delighted and relieved Jordan Smith who picked up the first place cheque for 5 000 and prove to himself that he is a winner Always a pleasure to play and enjoy the hospitality on offer Magnolia Park is a hidden gem on the Buckinghamshire borders just north of Oxford and is a must play course for golfers of all standards If you are intending to enter our event at Donnington Grove next week on the 26th and 27th enter now or you will not get in because the event is rapidly reaching its capacity Lyle Rowe takes South Winchester by one shot Lyle Rowe shoots 9 under to win at South Winchester A now relaxed Lyle Rowe after his drive on 18 found the base of a bush requiring a chip out away

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  • The Duke of Mentmore
    with Challenge Tour player Dan Brooks again featuring on 6 under close behind With Brooks on 6 under was James Scade trying to blot the memory of last weeks collapse from his mind A large group of players finished under par to form the chasing pack including Tom Dolan who saw a lot of hard work and steady improvement over the last few years pay off with an excellent 4 under par 68 The second day was just as warm but a strong breeze would make scoring difficult and patience would be the key to un lock a victory Neil Reilly surged through the field scoring a brilliant 64 to set an impressive early target of 8 under par 136 for the others to chase Carl Duke was having a birdie fest on the links scoring no less than 9 in all with just two bogeys spoiling an otherwise great card Duke said that everything was moving on his last two putts for birdie except the ball but both efforts found the bottom of the cup and Duke assumed the lead with an impressive total of 11 under par 133 On the golf course James Scade was holding things together recovering from two early bogeys and was chasing the new clubhouse leader Duke After a stuttering front nine of 37 one over par Scade proved that he has the game by recovering and gathering 4 birdies to come home in 32 for a 3 under par 69 but it was just not enough and he had to settle for a second place total of 9 under par 135 and a cheque for 2 000 Neil Reilly s superb 64 left him on his own in third place and a cheque for 1 500 but it was Carl Duke who took

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  • David James, again!
    the first round lead was held by Miles Pearson who shot a magnificent new course record of 6 under par 67 to hold a narrow lead over Jason Levermore and James Scade who both finished the first day with 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

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  • Marathon Man Cort Wins at The Warwickshire
    the title and the first place cheque for 5000 Rory Kirwan Will Fox and David James all had their opportunities playing the hole well but with their birdie attempts just failing to find the target Incredible our first ever 5 man sudden death play off David James and Will Fox quietly slipped away early in the proceedings with Rory Kirwan the local favourite playing the most consistent of golf that is until the forth extra hole when he found the wrong end of a sodden fairway bunker splashing out way short he then played his approach shot pin high just off the green just missing his chip in by millimetres the following crowd not only went quiet but also went home Leaving McGuirk and Cort to fight it out for the 5 000 first prize in the gathering gloom of the late evening The pair could not be split before it became too dark to continue so for the first time in it s 6 year history The Jamega Tour went into a third day s play Re convening at 8am on the 10th Tee Cort first to play just a slight tug but leaving the fairway empty for McGuirks drive straight up the middle pole position Cort manages move his second a credible 200 yards leaving a mid iron to the green McGuirk pulls out the driver and again rips it up the middle 30 yards short of the green After some indecision Cort finally settles on a 5 iron slightly left off the flag but way long 60 should have stuck with the 6 McGuirk definitely the favourite requiring a short pitch over the greenside bunker to leave a makeable putt for a probable win but life s not like that shock horror He s found the bunker

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  • Tournament Reports
    days Day 1 with strong blustery winds and Day 2 benign and bathed in sunshine producing some excellent golf from numerous players but Busby cruised to a 4 shot victory well done Report to follow Classy Busby wins by four at a fabulous Luton Hoo Long time supporter of The Jamega Tour James Busby returned to his professional roots at Luton Hoo and spread eagled the field with rounds of 68 and 67 to win by four shots from Miles Mackman James Ablett and Jason Burns A chilly and breezy day greeted the golfers on the first day at Luton Hoo which made scoring conditions difficult for the early starters except Richard Tagg who defied the elements to card a 4 under 69 He was joined throughout the day by James Ablett and Sam Watts and this trio looked set to lead the field into day two However the penultimate group had other ideas with James Busby and Jason Burns spurring each other on to both end the day on 5 under par and establish a new joint professional course record for the Luton Hoo course A mention for local Luton Hoo amateur member Robert Grant who scored a creditable level par 73 despite as he said everything shaking on the first tee What a difference a day makes with wall to wall sunshine and not a breath of wind greeting the golfers for day two Ben Jones was the first in to set the pace and a possible winning target of 5 under par adding a course record equalling 68 to his first round of level par 73 It was not long though until second round specialist Neil Reilly added a 5 under par 68 to his first round 72 to shade Jones and set a new clubhouse target of 6 under Playing in the same group as Reilly Miles Mackman handed the scorer a course record equalling card of 68 to immediately re set the clubhouse pace at 7 under With the final groups flooding in it was not long before Mackman was joined on 7 under by James Ablett who added a solid 3 under par 70 to his first round 69 In the final group James Busby was going on a birdie hunt capturing seven of them to stand on the 17th tee with a comfortable four shot lead and after parring the 16th Busby wanted a par at the last to establish a new record for the delightful Luton Hoo With no pressure on him Busby completed the task of getting it up and down for par and won the 3 000 first prize and go into the course record book with his 6 under par 67 which gave him the winning total of 11 under par 135 First round joint leader Jason Burns shot a solid final round 71 to join Mackman and Ablett in second place each winning 1 066 What can you say about Luton Hoo A wonderful venue set within a

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  • Tournament Reports
    went to the fifth extra hole where Richard stating that he couldn t see the hole never mind any break hit his final putt firm and straight to ram home his first Jamega win leaving Steve Surry in the dark Report below Wallis finally gets over the line to win at Gatton Manor Rolling back the year s former European Tour winner Mark Mouland showed a clean pair of heels to the opposition on day one with a stunning 7 under par 65 which included two Eagles on the 5th and 13th to lead a quality field after the first round at Gatton Manor Heading the chasing pack were last week s winner at Selsdon Park Lloyd Kennedy and Richard Wallis both on 5 under 67 Challenge Tour Regulars Dan Brooks and Steve Surry along with Ben Banks and Tom Murray lay one shot behind Kennedy and Wallis on 4 under par 68 Tucked in one shot further back was another Challenge Tour player Mark Laskey A tightly packed leader board had some thirty three players scoring level par or better The Tours old friend the rain swept in to say Hi on day two and with the wind due to pick up in the afternoon playing conditions were going to prove difficult so patience would be a paramount ingredient of the recipe for success so proven winner Mark Mouland would be hoping that experience would triumph over youth on this the second day An early card to hit the recorders table was a superb seven under par 65 from Jonathan Paulton which was a whopping fourteen shots fewer than his first round effort of 79 Jon Le Roux took over the early lead from Paulton at 1under par adding a 4 under 68 to his first round 75 Rory Kirwan and David James then assumed the lead both scoring 4 under par 68 s to finish on 2 under par As the leading groups started to come in it became apparent that a tight finish was on the cards Steve Surry logged a final round of 69 to set a challenging target of 7 under par but this was soon equalled by Dan Brooks in the penultimate group With the final group not setting the course on fire a play off looked on the cards In the final three ball Lloyd Kennedy and Richard Wallis battled down the stretch trying to find a birdie but both failed and we headed for the second four way play off of the year Well what a day 3 hours delay due extremely heavy rain the whole field completing the final 18 holes in excellent time as night was closing in A 4 way playoff possibly our worst nightmare failing light and 4 excellent golfers still to decide the outright winner maybe back tomorrow to complete So off to the first playing sudden death on holes 1 2 and 3 OOM leader Dan Brooks the first to stumble failing to get up and

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  • A Challenging win for Dan Brooks
    theme of the tournament by carding a flawless 7 under par 67 to lead by two and set a new course record The chasing pack was lead by Brett Taylor who carded a solid 5 under par 69 and sitting on 4 under and ready to pounce on Brooks were Craig Housden Jack Winer and James Jankowski On the second day James Webber added a consistent 4 under par 70 to his first round 71 to briefly hold the clubhouse lead on seven under par Brooks and Taylor battled all the way to the wire but Brooks settled the matter with an emphatic birdie at the last to card a 6 under par 68 and give him a final total of thirteen under par 135 to win 4 000 Brett Taylor with an excellent birdie birdie finish added a second 69 to his to his first round totaling 10 under winning 2 000 for his efforts James Webber came third on 7 under to win 1 500 for his two golfing days over the magnificent International Course which apart from being a great course to play is a visual feast of woodlands and lakes Alex Morton and Perry Morgan not featuring in the final mix still had reason to celebrate both having scored a Hole in One to pick up 100 each for their achievements The International was prepared to a standard which brought nothing but praise from the players and would sit with ease as a European Tour venue With regard to the hospitality on offer you only had to see the clubhouse full of golfers consuming the seemingly endless stream of reasonably priced food coming from the kitchens Next week sees us at The Warwickshire to enjoy The Earls Course this event is always popular so to make

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  • First Jamega win for Iwan Griffiths
    Griffiths of Aberdare Golf Club in South 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 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

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