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  • Tournament Reports
    just 50 Pro s and there are some 16 to 18 players already registered to play in each of the 15 events So if you want the chance to play in The Portugal Masters you had better start playing the remaining Jamega Tour events in the UK and get your entry into the Algarve Pro Golf Tour tournaments pronto Walk in The Park for Whitnell Eddy Koracevic set the standard for scoring at Aldwickbury Park by winning the pre tournament Pro am with a fantastic 7 under par 64 but it was Nick Lofthouse who realised he had what it takes to compete against some of the best golfers who play week after week on the Jamega Tour Lofthouse sat at the top of the day one leader board after he compiled a faultless round of 5 under par and was joined there by Blane Breheny Winner Dale Winner In hot pursuit of the leading pair was the very experienced Dale Whitnell on 4 under par with Simon Lilly and Ricky Brackenbury a shot further back on 3 under the card The second day saw the very experienced Simon Grifiths score an impressive 4 under par 67 to salvage some pride from a disappointing first round 2 over par 73 and lead in the clubhouse but not for long Of the final groups Whitnell held a slender lead after the front nine and looked the favourite to kick on and win but a value for money back nine saw him drop back to five under par and one behind Brackenbury who birdied the final hole in front of him to lead by one at 6 under par So Whitnell had to birdie the final hole to force a play off with Brackenbury and after a fairway finding tee shot he threw a dart into final green to within a couple of feet of the cup for a tap in birdie Brackenbury and Whitnell duly headed to the tenth tee for the play off but a rash decision by Brackenbury to hit driver proved fatal when his shot leaked into the right hand water hazard virtually handing victory to Whitnell Whitnell hit a rescue club into the fairway to set up a stock second onto the green for a 2 putt par and victory and a 4 000 winning cheque to take the lead in the race to the 2015 Portugal Masters Order of Merit It is always a pleasure to visit Aldwickbury Park and enjoy an immaculately prepared golf course and a very hospitable clubhouse for a cooling libation or two so do yourself a favour and put Aldwickbury Park on your must play list A Lewton Masterclass at The Shire London Steve Lewton was literally in a class of his own this week and two rounds of 65 gave him a winning margin of 9 shots over the rest of the field even though The Shire had been toughened up since we were here last year Lewton almost stalled

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  • Andrew Johnston, smiling all the way to the bank!
    Just four other players out of a field of 122 broke par on day one with Jake Amos Stuart Manley Alex Belt and Kieran Staunton each scoring creditable one under par 72 s Only a total of nine players broke par on day one with the par fives two ten and fifteen proving card wreckers for many of the players including Lewis Richardson who finally holed out for a 12 on the second but then to his credit played out the remaining 16 holes in level par The second day was several degrees cooler and a stiff breeze swept over the course that would make scoring difficult for even the most skillful and experienced players Local hero and Paul Doherty set the pace and swept to the top of the leader board adding a brilliant 3 under par 70 to his first round 76 that gave him a chance of a home course win Stuart Manley soon dashed Doherty s hopes by adding a level par 73 to his first round 72 that edged him just one shot ahead Manley was eventually to finish in third position overall and win 1 500 for his efforts Manley was to only enjoy his lofty status at the top of the leader board briefly as Stuart Archibald and Andrew Johnston playing together in the penultimate group approached the final holes with Johnston on four under for the tournament with 2 holes to play and Archibald back on one under In the final grouping of Levermore James and Whitehouse nothing much was happening to interfere with the drama that was to unfold in an action packed final two holes that saw Johnston bogey both of them whilst the determined Archibald parred the 17th and wrenched a rare birdie from the last hole to force

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  • Simon Lilly blooms at South Essex
    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

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  • Winner, Sam Hutsby, in full-flow
    on 3 under par sat the defending champion James Busby alongside Steve Mitchell Alex Belt Dan Brooks and Richard Wallis all equaling Busby s 68 Local pro Mark Treleaven a little disappointed with his opening level par round of 71 compiled in the lighter winds of the morning but with an abundance of local knowledge could cause some damage to the prize fund on day two When the wind picked up in the afternoon putting became difficult on the superfast greens and this was reflected in the overall scoring with some scores ballooning out of control On day 2 a relatively calm and sunny day dawned to greet the players well as calm as it can be on a links land golf course and the general improvement in the scoring reflected that Scott Drummond raced up the leader board and into the prize fund with a stunning 5 under par 66 finally claiming a joint 6th place winning 510 Local Hero Sam Hutsby moved on up the field with 2 eagles and a final birdie on 18 to post a superb 6 under par target of 136 So now it was a case of waiting to see if anyone in the latter groupings could catch him As the final group reached the 18th green with the defending champion Busby and first round leader Munro now out of the final shake up it was left up to Richard Wallis to try and hole a birdie putt from around fifteen feet to tie Hutsby and force a play off Wallis narrowly missed the putt which left the delighted former European Tour player Sam Hutsby the winner of the first place cheque for 5000 Richard Wallis had the consolation of 2 500 for second spot Hayling Island a jewel in our calendar providing

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  • Tournament Reports
    burst to reach 11 under after 15 and lead by 2 from Lowe who got back to 9 under par by also birdying the 15th after an adventurous first 14 holes The fat lady was doing her scales ready to sing as both Lowe and James parred the 16th to keep James 2 ahead with 2 to play and looking comfortable Lowe being spurred on by his coach and caddie Matt Woods birdied 17 to reduce the deficit to one with the par 5 eighteenth to play Well what drama was to come with James looking favourite after holing out for a birdie Lowe was left with a 20 foot Eagle chance to tie and unbelievably after starting the tournament with an Eagle he finished it with one and tied with James at 12 under par Amongst all the drama Trevor Jones quietly birdied the last 3 holes to join Griffiths on 9 under par each winning 1 250 The players arrived at the first play off hole and Lowe who won the toss drove first sending his tee shot down the left side well away from the punitive fairway bunker on the right James drove but his ball headed right and found the bunker leaving him a very difficult shot to the green James was first to play and produced a marvellous shot which pitched on the front portion of the green but the ball gripped and spun back and down the steep slope fronting the green leaving James with a very difficult up and down Leaving nothing to chance Lowe played a sensible shot over the flag to the back fringe some 20 feet from the hole James now knew he had to make par at least but a poor pitch left him 12 feet short of the hole and struggling Lowe surveyed his putt from every angle and finally coaxed the ball to the hole side for a simple tap in par James took very little time over his 12 footer and hit a weak putt which missed the hole on the right leaving a delighted Lowe the winner of his first tournament as a pro and a cheque for 5 000 James took home a cheque for 2 500 that took his season s earnings on The Jamega Tour to over 20 000 Studley Wood provides a wonderful course to play with superb greens and great food to eat with portions that would destroy anyone s dietary willpower With Frilford Heath taking the place of the Magnolia Park venue at short notice we have been very lucky and it will be a very popular tournament so enter early to avoid disappointment Lee James takes Caversham by Storm Scorching weather and scorching golf was in abundance at Caversham Heath Golf Club on day one of our first tournament back after a two week break With the temperature hitting the low thirties at times and very little wind the scoring was going to be low even on this

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  • Wind expert Franny McGuirk takes the title at The Earls.
    got to within one shot of Mackman each of them scoring impressive 4 under par 68 s At the end of the long first day some 24 players out of the 138 strong field broke par including local favourite Rory Kirwan but Mackman was still the king of the castle and would be looking to break his duck and win as a professional for the first time The wind was up on day two coming from the prevailing South West so the course would play as the architect Karl Litton intended Simon Lilly and Ben Jones both added 3 under par 69 s to their first round 72 s to set a reasonable target of 3 under par for the leaders to beat James Ruebotham joined the party on 3 under adding a one under par 71 to his first round 70 In the final three groups it was Kieran Staunton who was making a charge with a blistering outward half of 3 under par 33 to reach 6 under par with nine holes to play However his challenge floundered on the homeward run with two dropped shots that un did all the good work of the first nine leaving him with the clubhouse lead at 4 under par The penultimate group included the experienced pair of Lee James and Francis McGuirk and it was McGuirk who was playing steady golf through the closing holes with par after par being tucked away whilst James was making no inroads on par at all McGuirk refused a fairly simple offer of a birdie at the last and so settled for a final total of 6 under par and waited for the last group to appear In the last game Mackman was plodding along steadily keeping pace with McGuirk and Staunton over the

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  • James Webber secures first victory in fine style
    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

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  • Lee James wins again!
    one further shot behind giving chase The second day was warmer sunnier and half as windy so we assumed that the scoring would be more impressive than the first The recent winner Andrew Johnston put together a fine 4 under par 67 for a total of 2 under par to establish a clubhouse target for the other players to aim at Andrew Jones shot a brilliant 6 under par 65 that was a pure combination of 12 pars and 6 birdies to join Johnston on 2 under for the tournament Out on the course all the contenders seemed to be on 2 under par total for the tournament and a massive play off seemed in the offing Lee James and Ryan Thomas were making the only real attempt at grasping the nettle and win the tournament Thomas finished strongly with a birdie at the downwind par four 18th to take the clubhouse lead on 4 under par to ask the question of Lee James who with a birdie on 17 moved to 5 under par only needing a par at the relatively easy 18th to win James has played at the highest level of the game but winning is never easy as James was to find out as he approached the final hole His tee shot found the left hand trap that lay 320 yards from the launch pad leaving a difficult 135yard bunker shot to play over a stream to reach the green in regulation A poor contact with too much sand taken saw the ball stagger out of the trap to still leave James with some 100 yards to negotiate With his heart racing and palms sweating James called on all his experience to pitch in to within 10 feet or so of the hole and give himself

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