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  • Tournament Reports
    reducing the gap to just 2 with the eighteenth to come and with the distinct possibility of an Eagle on the very reachable par 5 the battle could go one of several ways In the end though both players unbelievably Eagled the hole and so the margin of 2 shots remained and Sell set a new clubhouse lead for Jamie Moul in the remaining 3 ball to overtake Moul looked fairly comfortable with a 2 shot lead and 3 to play but a bogey on the sixteenth shook him up a little and left him needing 2 pars to win A par at the seventeenth left him needing to literally chip it down the par 5 eighteenth for an easy par 5 and the win but the driver came out and then the ensuing trouble and the resulting bogey left Sell in an unexpected play off again To cut a long story short Moul again found trouble on the eighteenth the second play off hole and this left Sell with the easiest of wins and the title for the second year in a row The Essex also provided the stage for the Single Figure Golfer 2014 Finals and two very steady rounds of 71 two under and 73 level par saw Ashley Colloff the winner by 2 shots from Kevin Flack who is over from the USA The Essex Golf and Country Club provide for your every need from an on site hotel with gym spa swimming pool to the fine golf course and tennis courts The friendly and helpful staff will make your visit one to remember and we would unreservedly recommend it to every sports minded person as a place to visit Don t forget that the Membership deal is now running where for 150 you get full membership of The Jamega Pro Golf Tour for 2015 and The Algarve Pro Golf Tour for 2015 Call 07910562735 for details or check out the website Details of The Algarve Pro Golf Tour are now on yourgolftravel com and you can find the info by visiting this page Laskey is The Birdie Man of Mentmore We were given the dreadful news that one of our regular players had been in an unfortunate accident and was in a serious condition in intensive care All our thoughts and prayers are with Nick Lofthouse and we all wish him a speedy recovery The Jamega Tour welcomed a very special player to the event at Mentmore this week his name is Aidan Healey and this is his story Up until the age of 9yrs old he was a very active sporty child He played tennis football cricket athletics a little golf Then in May 2004 he was struck down with a very rare autoimmune disease Juvenile Dermatomyositis JDM for short The disease affects 1 child in every 250 000 Winner Mark Laskey pictured at aldwickbury Park The illness robbed him of his mobility he ended up having to use a wheelchair for almost 3

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  • Tiago in Cruze Control at Palmares
    par Farrelly was joined on 1 under par by Rhodri Fieldhouse who added a 2 under par 70 to his first round of 1 over 73 From left club representative Antonio Pinto Coelho winner Tiago Cruz and PGA President Jose Correia Of the leading group Tiago Cruz was steadily building a winning total going out in 3 under par to lead the tournament with 9 holes to play Goncalo Pinto was not having a great first 9 holes and despite the Eagle on the fourth hole he struggled out in 4 over par and another bogey on the tenth left him 5 over with a mountain to climb just to get into the prize fund Cruz meanwhile was establishing an unassailable lead birdying the tenth and thirteenth to move to 4 under par and a 3 shot lead over Fieldhouse and Farrelly Pinto finally woke up after another bogey on the fourteenth and played the last 4 holes in 5 under par which included a second Eagle on the fifteenth and that got him deep into the prize fund much to his relief Cruz continued his fine round with 3 more birdies to complete a fine round of 6 under par 66 and win the Palmares Classic by an impressive 4 shots This win by the talented Portuguese player has blown the Order of Merit wide open again and brings in several players who are still in with a chance of picking up the Madeira Islands Open spot next year When we have finished the first six tournaments of The Algarve Pro Golf Tour the winner of the Order of Merit will earn an invitation from the PGA Portugal to play in the Madeira Islands Open BPI 2015 a European Tour event At the moment three of six tournaments of

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  • Harry is The Prince of Palmares
    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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  • Hogarty wins Espiche Classic
    forecast for the second day it could well be a score over par that wins the day Tyler Hogarty pictured with Espiche s owner Peter Thornton The second day did not turn out to be as windy as predicted although our starters tent fell victim to a freak gust and ended up a tangled mess of aluminium Out on the course it was a struggle against the elements and the course defences and as one by one the players came in it became obvious that it could be any ones to win Will Johnson was the first to better par by one shot with a fine 71 but after a disappointing 8 over par 80 on the first day he was unlikely to win One player who was making up ground was Tyler Hogarty who handed in a 5 under par 67 to set a clubhouse lead of 3 under which in all likelihood would be good enough as the leaders were starting to struggle Harry Casey carded a one over par 73 to finish 1 under for the tournament and second place in consecutive weeks This time he had to share second with David Dixon who carded a 1 under par 71 Tyler Hogarty s 67 was a new course record for Espiche and his fine display of golf proved that although the course presents the golfer with a set of challenges to overcome it is very fair and score able We have to congratulate Peter Thornton the owner and founder of Espiche on his Eco friendly yet very stylish clubhouse and the thoughtful way he has sympathetically preserved the natural aspects of the golf course by using special grasses for the greens need no chemical treatments and minimal fertilisation The staff at Espiche could not be more helpful

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  • Tournament Reports
    momentum and surged to the head of the leader board after 22 holes with a blistering run of 6 threes in a row 4 of which were birdies A slap in the face double bogey slowed him down on the fifteenth but he then hit back with another birdie on the sixteenth and 2 pars saw him set a realistic winning total of 4 under par for the others to chase Neil Raymond almost made it but in the end a scrappy second round front nine cost him and he could only post a 3 under par final total David Dixon was the only one who could really mount a challenge at 3 under par after 29 holes with several birdie opportunities to come he looked favourite to at least force a play off A bogey on the fifteenth seemed to have ruined his chances but like the fighter he is Dixon birdied the next 2 holes to get to 4 under par and a solid par on the eighteenth saw Dixon and Hinton tied on 4 under and it was a play off Just a final word about Jimmy Bullard who was playing in the third from last group with Streeter and Raymond and could easily have folded up and sunk without trace but Bullard battled away and finished tied fifth on 1 under par and win his first cheque So on to the play off between Dixon and Hinton which was to start on the demanding par 3 eighteenth and continue until sudden death provided a winner Dixon s play off record is not great on The Jamega Tour having lost 4 and won zero so Hinton was I suppose the favourite Both players found greenside bunkers Hinton in the right and Dixon in the left and it was Dixon who played first and splashed out to some 6 feet Hinton then played and his ball came to rest about 9 feet from the hole and wasting no time Hinton sent his ball to the bottom of the cup for par and so Dixon now had to hole to prolong proceedings A heart breaking miss followed and Hinton was the winner but all credit to Dixon for getting into the play off in the first place We were welcomed with open arms by all at Leatherhead which was in stunning condition and had superb greens for the tournament and with helpful clubhouse staff we could not have asked for more Next week s tournament at The Players Club near Bristol gives you the opportunity to win a place in an exclusive Pro Am in Spain in November with a 100 000 Prize Fund and a 25 000 first prize Call the Tour phone for more info and to enter Simon Griffiths Defeats Mr Par at Donnington Grove A player who rarely features in modern day professional golf very nearly stole the show this week at Donnington Grove That player was Mr Par but in the end he was

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  • Dixon wins The Alamos Classic
    rain to dampen the first tee but that soon cleared to leave a beautiful sunny morning for the golfers Harry Casey who only recently turned Professional compiled a magnificent 8 under par round of 63 that when added to his first round of level par 71to set a realistic clubhouse target Casey would now have a long wait to see if he had done enough to maybe win or get into a play off James Maw joined Casey on 8 under par after adding an impressive 6 under par round of 65 to his first round of 2 under the card With the other challengers falling away it was only David Dixon on the course who looked likely to challenge for the lead a play off was still on the cards for Casey and Maw who were waiting for news in the clubhouse Dixon was playing solid golf and had reached 9 under par with 4 holes to play so it was not all over by any means and 2 more pars on 15 and 16 still left him only one shot clear with 2 holes left to play With his faithful Manservant Danny Crooke on the bag Dixon put the matter beyond all doubt with a birdie on the seventeenth and then really just showing off birdied the eighteenth as well for good measure to reach 11 under par and win by 2 shots Although Dixon heads the Race to The Madeira Islands Open and the Free Jamega Season he will not be able to win the prizes because he cannot commit to any more Algarve Pro Golf Tour events unfortunately So the joint leaders after the first event are Harry Casey and James Maw and the full Order of Merit can be seen on The Algarve Pro Golf

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  • Ricky Wins a Slice of Madeira
    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

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  • “Ell” of a Win by Saltman
    helped him a great deal Heath was joined on that score by James Ruebotham and one shot further back on level par were the eventual winner Elliot Saltman Mason Papple Simon Lilly and Joe York The second day was again in complete contrast to the first with bright sunshine although this was tempered by an ever freshening wind that was to eventually prove tricky for the leaders There were better scores trickling in from the middle of the field but some of the leaders were having a torrid time of it as the wind got stronger and stronger Both Hemstock and Cossins fell away as the afternoon progressed and it was a resurgent James Watts who set the clubhouse target at 2 under par after a fine second round 4 under par 68 Saltman soon bettered that with a closing birdie giving him a final total of 4 under par for the tournament and it looked likely that baring miracles James Heath was the only one able to catch him Heath birdied the sixteenth and parred the seventeenth to get to 3 under par with the par 5 last to play and given his experience and course knowledge you would not have bet against him getting the birdie to tie Saltman Heath slightly tugged his second to the left of the green and after a long time working out the shot hit a poor chip that still left him some meat on the bone and after due deliberation he missed the birdie putt leaving a relieved Saltman as the clear winner Of the newly turned pro James Adams well he finished a very creditable fourth in his very first event and he will most certainly a player to look out for in the future The players to a man praised

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