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  • Third Win for “Dan the Man”
    smiled upon us and the rains stayed away and with little or no wind the scores were surely going to be low James Maw Curtis Griffiths Ricky Brackenury Robbie Busher and Jay Taylor all completed the round on 4 under par and it looked like being a rather large play off Dan Gaunt who started off like a train with 4 straight bidies finally broke the deadlock with a fine score of 6 under par and a two shot lead Winner Daniel Gaunt pictured with Gary Harris His reign at the top of the leader board was short lived however as his score was equalled by recent Morgado winner Ricardo Gouveia who compiled a flawless 6 under par 65 that included an Eagle 2 on the fourth hole Tyler Hogarty almost made it a three man play off but an unfortunate bogey on the sixteenth saw him drop back to 5 under and miss out on the play off by just one shot So the two in form players Gaunt and Gouveia set off to the first extra hole to decide the winner by sudden death and it was a Gaunt who quickly finished things off with a 15 foot birdie putt that Gouveia could not match So this was Gaunt s third win on The Algarve Pro Golf Tour in 6 weeks and sets him up for a good year on the Challenge Tour and his rival Gouveia will also take a lot of confidence forward in his own search for Challenge Tour glory We now retrace our steps to the Morgado course for the final tournament of this the fourth swing and then we head back home for 2 weeks before coming back to Altura for the fifth and final swing of the season Copyright 2016 Jamega Pro

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  • Tournament Reports
    Golf Tour circuit is a completely self contained separate from the PGA Portugal and the Jamega Pro Golf Tour created and managed with private investment There are agreements between the APGT and the PGA of Portugal to arrange the 15 tournaments The APGT is open to any golf professional and also to amateurs with a maximum handicap of 6 Harry is The Prince of Palmares The Algarve Pro Golf Tour has been formed in conjunction with the PGA of Portugal to hold 15 tournaments in the Algarve from October 2014 to March 2015 We feel that this is a great opportunity for players to come and experience playing competitive golf on some of the best golf courses in the Algarve and we are delighted that Onyria Palmares have offered their courses to the tour The Palmares Resort has 27 holes to choose from and we will be playing holes 1 to 18 for the first 2 tournaments and holes 1 to 9 and 19 to 27 for the final tournament Jose Correia with Palmares winner Harry Casey This was to be our first tournament at Palmares and the first day got off to a glorious start with bright sunshine and a very light breeze wafting over the course but as the morning wore on the wind picked up and the players also had to contend with showers The conditions in no way seemed to affect the scoring as the in form Harry Casey blazed round in a 6 under par 66 to be one ahead of Mark Hillson and Will Fox Casey was going nowhere after 7 holes at 1 over par but then an astonishing burst of 7 birdies in 11 holes took him to his final 6 under par total Hot on the leaders heels on 4 under par came Craig Hinton Will Roebuck and the recent winner at Espiche Tyler Hogarty A total of nineteen players shot par or better on the first day so the tournament is still wide open and the second day could be full of surprises Hugo Santos and Mark Hooper playing in the same group were the first to set a target with Santos scoring a sublime 6 under par 66 to finish the tournament at 6 under par and Hooper just 1 shot adrift with a 67 to finish 5 under Max Eichmeier came in soon after and posted a fine 5 under par 67 to end the tournament on 7 under par and stand a realistic chance of at least a play off In the final group nothing much was happening Fox was having a day to forget and neither Casey nor Hillson were setting the world on fire In the end Harry Casey limped over the finishing line with a bogey 5 for a 2 under par 70 to win by a single shot from Eichmeier and complete a great series of three events with a win and 2 second places Casey now leads the Race to Madeira Order

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  • Ricardo Gouveia Grabs First APGT Win
    who took the lead on the opening day compiling an impressive 4 under par 69 that was made even more impressive when you consider his first tee shot was Out of Bounds Winner Ricardo Gouveia Tucked in close behind Boasson came another promising young amateur Josh Hilliard who shot 3 under along with Challenge Tour player Ricardo Gouveia The leading trio had Curtis Griffiths Tyler Hogarty and Marcus Armitage chasing them down on 2 under par No delays on the second day and play started promptly in beautiful sunshine and the scores proved to be as spectacular as the day in many cases starting with Matthew Southgate adding a 7 under par 66 to his level par first round to set the clubhouse target Portugal s own Tiago Cruz and Goncalo Pinto came within a whisker of joining Southgate after the pair both shot 5 under par 68 s to come up just one short on 6 under par It was Marcus Armitage who finally joined Southgate in the clubhouse lead after adding a fine 5 under par 68 to his 2 under par first day s effort However news filtered back from the course that Ricardo Gouveia had got to 10 under with just 2 holes to play and as icing on the cake Gouveia also birdied the last to finish on 11 under par and win by a comfortable 4 shots The wheels came off for the first round leader Boarsson who was overtaken by his teammate Fannar Steingrimsson as the leading Icelander after Steingrimsson shot an impressive 5 under par 68 to Boasson s disappointing 5 over par 78 The welcome and hospitality we and the players received from the director of golf Mr Jorge Papa and his staff was fantastic and we cannot recommend it highly

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  • Dangerous Dan is “Salgados Man”
    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

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  • Heath by The Skin of His Teeth
    to catch the leaders on the second day included in this posse of players was the talented young amateur George Abbott who is fresh from finishing joint third at Salgados and posted a 5 under par 68 Just as the first day was stunning the second day was wet and miserable after heavy overnight rain and with more showers during the morning we were forced to suspend play until a scheduled restart at 12 noon A difficult afternoon followed with most players hanging onto a score in the ever freshening wind The exception was Jamie McLeary who raced up the leader board with a best of the day 5 under par 68 The overnight leader Stewart was having a miserable day after a poor start saw him tumble out of contention leaving Drummond and Heath to battle it out Drummond also got off to a shocking start and found himself 4 over par after nine and seemingly out of it but then a spectacular run of Birdie Birdie Eagle on the back nine put him right back in the fray Marcus Armitage set the clubhouse target at 7 under par for the event but with Heath on 10 under with 3 to play his total looked a little weak Drummond faltered on the sixteenth with a bogey to drop him back to 6 under par and for him the race was run and all Heath on 10 under par had to do was par in for a comfortable win However Heath decided to make it interesting and keep Armitage in suspense by bogeying the seventeenth and then only just clinching the win with another bogey on the last The welcome and hospitality we and the players received from the director of golf Mr Jorge Papa and his staff was fantastic

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  • Tournament Reports
    the heap of a small but high quality field to win the Tour Championship at Gatton Manor and gain a place in the 2015 Madeira Islands Open We would all like to wish Ricky all the very best of luck in Madeira next year and hope it becomes a life changing opportunity for him The first day of the Championship was lost to the weather as relentless rain fell on an already sodden golf course making play impossible Ricky Brackenbury secures the Madeira Islands Open Spot 2015 with a 6 at Gatton Manor A Shotgun start was planned for the second day in order to get the tournament finished and at 11 O clock the gun went off and play finally began Brackenbury started off in steady fashion with 4 solid pars followed 3 birdies and a spoiling bogey on the ninth saw him out in a steady but unspectacular 2 under par The back nine saw Brackenbury light the touch paper and 4 birdies saw him finish with a winning total of 6 under par and the biggest prize of his golfing life so far a European Tour start in Madeira Martin Sell with 5 wins saw him an easy winner of the 2014 Order of Merit and we now wish Martin all the very best of luck in his quest for a European Tour card in the coming weeks We would also like to thank all the players that have competed on the Jamega Pro Golf Tour this year and we hope you have all enjoyed the experience Over ten years the standard on the tour has improved beyond our expectations and we now have players who started their professional careers with us like Andrew Johnson and Tyrrell Hatton making their way on the bigger golfing stages Our new prize fund structure for 2015 will encourage players in the early stages of their professional careers to enter our events and compete against more experienced players but also get rewarded for their efforts Our unequivocal thanks go out to Head Green keeper Rob Sabbage and his team for getting the course in a playable condition despite the horrendous weather that prevailed during the 2 days of the tournament Due to the weather delays the clubhouse was very busy with players wanting food and drink and the clubhouse staff coped with the situation with good humour and professionalism With an onsite hotel and a super golf course to play we would recommend it as a destination for golfers and societies if you are looking for a great golfing experience With the UK season now finished we are looking forward to seeing some of you at the start of the Algarve Pro Golf Tour in Portugal in early November Ell of a Win by Saltman Elliot Saltman grabbed 2 birdies in the last 3 holes to pip European Tour player and local hero James Heath by a single shot at Woodcote Park yesterday The weather looked set fair for a fine

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  • Dan Brooks wins after playoff
    the second day is generally better than the first as the players learn to read the course and so it proved with Ben Banks improving on his first round of 78 by ten shots to card a four under par 68 Former Amateur Champion Warren Bladon and Kris Jones forced their way into the prize fund with classy 4 under par scores of 68 to finish on 3 under par for the tournament Matthew Swales who finished the day with a blemish free card of 5 under par 67 and he looked for a time to be heading to a play off as the news from the course showed Lee James Sam Robinson and Dan Brooks homing in on a final total of 139 However the Earth shook as Robinson leapt into the air with fist pump to celebrate a 25 foot birdie putt at the last to snatch the lead from Swales by one and look like a likely winner on 6 under for the event However playing in the final group and standing on the 18th tee at 5 under having birdied two of the last four holes Dan Brooks knew a birdie was required to tie Robinson and force a play off The 8 footer for his birdie took the required 6 inch drop and both Brooks and Robinson headed for the first tee to commence the head to head battle for the first prize of 6 000 It was over very quickly as Brooks emulated Robinsons putt on the 18th and drained a huge 25 footer for a birdie and his second victory of the year Although disappointed Sam Robinson felt a little better when he received his second place cheque for 3 000 The size of the field this week showed that The Jamega Pro

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  • Jordan "flowers" at Magnolia
    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

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