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  • Lyle Rowe takes South Winchester by one shot.
    the prize fund for several weeks he finally landed the top prize of 4 000 Rowe carded a fine 6 under par 66 on the first day to lead by three shots from Ben Jones Jordan Smith Chris Brook and the man who knows every inch of the course resident Pro Richard Adams Close behind on 2 under par sat Challenge Tour player Dan Brooks former Asian Tour member Yasin Ali and the ever present Will Fox On the second day Lee James a regular European and Challenge Tour player found his form and added a fine 5 under par 67 to his level par first days effort to hold the clubhouse lead Ben Banks soon took over the lead in the house on seven under par by shooting a best of the day 6 under 66 Still on the course Dan Brooks was putting up a fight for first place reaching the 18th tee on 7 under par and knowing a birdie would possibly get him in a play off with Lyle Rowe who was on 8 under playing the seventeenth Brooks hit the green in two and had a thirty footer for eagle to get to 9 under and set a tough target for Rowe Brooks went for broke on the first putt and the ball raced past the cup finishing some eight feet past The second effort did take the 6 inch drop for birdie and a final total of 8 under par but now all he could do was wait and see if Rowe would birdie 18 to win Rowe s drive down 18 incredibly finished under a bush which left him with no clear shot to the green but keeping a cool head Rowe played out sideways onto a strip of land on the far

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  • Tournament Reports
    Brooks took full advantage of his middle of the night early tee time and tore up the course with a 7 under par 65 that stood the test of time and was to still lead at close of play Jack Doherty also paying us a welcome visit from the Challenge Tour carded a solid 6 under par 66 to keep Brooks from running away with the tournament A rash of players also found their form and fell in just behind Doherty on 5 under par These included former European Tour member Warren Bennett James Ablett Tony Piccolo Marcus Armitage Guy Woodman Mark Laskey and Rory Kirwan so Brooks needed to be aware that he was being chased by some quality players The second day proved to be a calmer affair than the first with the wind quartering more from the South West and clear skies the temperature soon rose to see the liberal use of sunscreen by the players Although not in contention after their disappointing first rounds both Dale Whitnell and Jason Launder relaxed and carded 6 under par 66 s to show how low the scores could possibly go later on in the day Lloyd Kennedy joined the 66 club adding one to his level par 72 from the first day to break into the prize fund Meanwhile on the course former European Tour player Simon Lilly was compiling a stunning round of golf which eventually added up to an 8 under par 64 Lilly s round included an eagle 3 on the 10th and seven birdies with a four in a row run to end his round This vaulted Lilly into the lead on 12 under par and all he could do was sit and wait for the first round leaders to finish Out on the course the now chasing pack seemed to be watching each other and one after the other tried to catch Lilly and it was Jack Doherty who seemed the most likely challenger reaching 11 under after 10 holes with a run that include two eagles but he eventually fell away to finish on 9 under par James Ablett added a second 67 to his first round total to finish on 10 under par to fall just 2 shots shy of Lilly and eventually finish third to win 1 500 As the final group reached the 18th hole it was left to first round leader Brooks who stood on the tee at 11 under to try and birdie the par 5 last to tie or eagle it for the win His tee shot found the rough and a although he recovered well to finish just short of the green in two Brooks was left with a difficult chip to a back pin with the green running away to a bunker set behind the green A slightly weak pitch and run never looked liked reaching the hole and ended up some 15 feet short of the cup A clearly disappointed Brooks now had to

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  • Who Wins at Luton Hoo!
    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

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  • A Breeze for Tom Whitehouse!
    a 5 under par 67 Big hitting Thomas Coulson was hot on Massetti s heels on 4 under par 68 and he headed a group comprising of Duncan Elbury Richard Gurney Aaron Parkes and James Horn who were close behind with 3 under par 69 s The second day was thankfully dry but an increasingly strong North Easterly wind swept over the course causing havoc on some greens with balls being blown back to the players feet on the more exposed holes Eventually the wind eased enough to enable play to continue without further delay Tom Whitehouse finished well before the day 1 leaders having set an impressive clubhouse target of 6 under par for them to chase Out of the final pairings only Duncan Elbury was mounting a serious challenge to Whitehouse down the stretch as the others found the going too tough and gradually fell out of contention Elbury hitting the vunerable par 5 sixteenth in two giving him an obvious chance just two putts to tie the lead but by his own admission nerves played a part as he raced the first putt by the hole and then twitched over the next managing just an ordinary par Tom Whitehouse earlier had really taken advantage of this particular hole with a fantastic eagle The 16th hole therefore was the key to who would take the spoils from a long and difficult battle Elbury needing to birdie the last to move the day into extra time going for broke with his birdie putt and then missing the return meant he dropped a shot to finish on 4 under par but this still secured the second place cheque for 2 000 and re enforcing his new found belief in his own ability Tom Whitehouse on his first win with Jamega

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  • Tournament Reports
    is no better place to play golf than The Warwickshire James Webber secures first victory in fine style Long and wet best described the first day at the par 74 International Course at The Vale Golf Club near Pershore set in the Vale of Evesham Wet referred to the weather long best described the length of time it took the competitors to complete the golf course With a par of 74 very few players were managing to get into the sixties and for some while and it was not until the later starters began to come in that par was breached Jordan Smith Myles Pearson Rob Bardsley and Stuart Hemming started to find a way to undo the par each of them carding one under par 73 s to briefly lead The James boys David and Lee stole their thunder and assumed the lead with 2 under par 72 s Their pomp only lasted for minutes as the last group arrived at the scorers desk with first Ian Winstanley carding a 71 then Paul Streeter bettered that with a 4 under par 70 but at last James Webber broke into the sixties with a 5 under par 69 to lead going into the second day A breezier day greeted the players for the second day and it was James Ablett who set an early target of 3 under par scoring a fine 69 but with the final group all going deeper into par it looked an unlikely winning total Kris Jones Mark Hooper John Banbury and David James soon joined Ablett Stuart Hemming set a realistic target at 5 under par adding a solid 70 to his first round but with the leaders playing unfaltering golf it was not going to be good enough In the last group Ian Winstanley and Paul Streeter although playing good attacking golf could only watch as James Webber continued to match all they could throw at him Webber continued to march on remorselessly and even had the luxury of being able to score a rare bogey at the last and still win by 3 shots adding a second 5 under par to his first round effort Streeter 71 and Winstanley 70 shared second place on 7 under par each winning 1 750 however it was James Webber who took the well deserved first place cheque for 5 000 The Vale International is a picturesque golf course offering stunning greens to putt on and manicured fairways to hit from The hospitality is boundless and with fairly priced food and drink it offers an excellent golfing destination for players of every standard Lee James wins again Wharton Park winner Lee James just pipped Ryan Thomas at the last The brisk winds that have dogged the tour all year so far turned up again at Wharton Park near Kidderminster in the West Midlands This time though we also had rain to contend with half way through the first day which made scoring very difficult With perfect greens

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  • Tournament Reports
    that was extraordinary as opposed to a traditionally laid out golf course With 6 par three s 6 par fours and 6 par fives it would test the patience and imagination of all the players As seems to be the norm now the first day saw an ever strengthening wind sweeping the cobwebs away from the Shire London Masters course and it was a definite advantage to go out as an early starter This proved to be the case when the first group home included a 5 under par 65 from Tony Piccolo and a 4 under par 66 from recent winner Andrew Johnston Gary King playing in group 6 also produced a sparkling 5 under 65 to join Piccolo at the top table Guy Woodman in group two produced a solid 3 under 67 to stay in touch with the leaders and he was joined by Martin Sell Tommy Haylock and Scott Fallon in the chasing posse A stroke further back on 2 under par 68 came James Busby and Jay Beisser Charlie Simpson who by the way had a nasty 8 on the 16th hole in his 1 under 69 sat a further one shot behind alongside Mark Laskey Westley Wray and Adam Carson With the scene set for day two with a calmer wind and bright sunshine we wondered would Piccolo hold his nerve to gain his first Jamega Tour win or would the more experienced players overtake him Although the conditions were calmer the scoring seemed worse for some strange reason though the exception was James Horn who shot a brilliant 4 under par 66 to rocket him up into the prize fund into joint 10th winning 360 for his efforts Unfortunately first round leader Piccolo stumbled a little with a closing 5 over but still finished joint 6th winning 650 and gaining a lot of experience As the leaders reached the final holes the lead was grasped by Gary King with birdies on 15 and 16 which took him to 6 under par Haylock who was challenging King for the lead until he stumbled giving stokes away with bogeys at 14 and 16 to eventually finish second to win 3 000 Although with a 2 shot lead King was not home and dry yet with water playing a part in both the finishing holes However he negotiated both with pars and stood victorious winning by two and picking up the winner s cheque for 6 000 Although an emotional tournament tinged with sadness I am sure that Seve would have been proud of his legacy his creation the magnificent Shire Masters Course A true test for one and all a must play for all your diaries give The Shire a call take on the challenge that Seve has set for golfers of all standards Severiano Ballesteros 1957 2011 You will always be admired and never forgotten Lee James battles wind hayfever to win at Cumberwell Onto Cumberwell Park for our fourth event of the year

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  • Seve's Challenge,tamed!
    only eight players bettering the par of 72 James Jankowski headed the list compiling an excellent 5 under par 67 to lead by two from Jordan Smith and David James Well positioned on his own on 3 under Stewart Mitchell was ready to make a move on day two Lee Drew James Ablett Danny O reilly and Nick Redfern led the chasing pack on 2 under par and were keen for the start of the second day to try and set a tough target for the leaders to catch The forecasted heavy rain for the second day fortunately failed to materialise and we were greeted with an ideal day for scoring Early drama came in the form of Jordan Smith who was due to tee off in the leading group on 4 under having to withdraw with a back problem South African Lyle Rowe set the cat amongst the Pidgeons early on by adding a blemish free seven birdie 65 to his fairly pedestrian level par effort on day one and waited for the leaders to finish to see if his final total of 137 could be the winning score The final group without the unfortunate Jordan Smith was looking like becoming a procession for James Jankowski as David James was struggling seemingly unable to prevent bogeys from infecting his card Jankowski on the other hand was enjoying a birdie fest which culminated with a fantastic Eagle on the 13th to move him on to eleven under par and a four shot lead over clubhouse leader Lyle Rowe Don t start writing your winners speech until the fat lady sings Very relevant advice which Jankowski forgot and by his own admission thought he could Showboat in with a 4 shot lead and enjoy getting his revenge over playing partner David James who beat him in a play off at The Players Club earlier in the year He had a gentle reminder on the 16th that the fat lady was just warming up dropping a shot to now lead by just three Meanwhile Lyle Rowe was relaxing in the clubhouse enjoying an unexpected visit from his brother who had flown in from South Africa continued to hope for a play off at least With the adrenalin pumping through Jankowski s veins his second shot flew the 17th green pitched on a down slope and started swimming in the water hazard which actually surrounds the first hole some 20 yards away With his lead now just one shot Jankowski knew that he must par the last to win A tee shot up the right side of the 18th fairway was nudged into the middle by fate maybe and ended in perfect position to hit the green from around 130 yards A solid wedge followed by a huge sigh of relief saw his ball hit the water surrounded green coming to rest about 25 feet from the cup A near perfect first putt stopping just 6 inches from the sanctuary of the hole

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  • Richard Wallis,another playoff!
    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 down from the back of the first takes the long lonely walk back to the clubhouse On the very next hole last week s winner Lloyd Kennedy slips his par putt by to leave the contest but stays on to watch Steve Surry and Richard Wallis battle to the end Taking a further 3 holes to get a result with Gary Harris The Jamega Official in charge constantly suggesting that maybe it was too dark to continue They manfully struggled on in dwindling light and when Richard heard his ball take the 6 inch drop on playoff hole 5 the tournament was done and in truth it really was too dark and Steve will rue the decision to play

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