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  • Tournament Reports
    doggedly determined Martin Sell on the 7th hole of a marathon play off at The Players Club to win his second event of the year The first day produced 21 players who shot under par on the testing but very fair Players Club The two players heading the chase for the first prize cheque of 5 000 were Yasin Ali from The Asian Tour and Challenge Tour member Lee Corfield who both carded 5 under par 65 s Tucked in behind the leading pair on 4 under par sat Adam Wootton looking to win his first cheque with The Jamega Tour A group of 5 players were a further shot adrift of the leaders on 3 under par including Alex Hogben Will Johnson Kris Jones Players Club specialist Andrew Willey and eventual winner Mark Smith The breeze was up on the second day and we imagined that the scoring would not be as low as it was on the first day As most of the leaders struggled with the gusty conditions it was Martin Sell who threw caution to the wind after his one over par 71 effort on day one and swept up the leader board scoring a blemish free 6 under par 64 which contained 4 birdies and an Eagle on the par 4 ninth This put Sell at the head of the clubhouse leader board on 5 under par and given the news from the course that none of the leaders were making a move Sell was quietly optimistic and not leaving the premises After a short caddying career James Sheffield returned to tournament golf and gave Sell a scare by adding a second 2 under par 68 to finish just short of him at 4 under par Jay Beisser found some consistency at last and joined Sheffield at 4 under par after also carding a second 68 to his first round total Mark Smith stumbled through the first nine holes in one over par but then kicked himself in the backside to play the last nine in 3 under and tie Sell for the clubhouse lead First round joint leader Lee Corfield stood on the 15th tee leading at 6 under then proceeded to trip up bogey bogey to drop out of contention eventually to finish tied 3rd with James Sheffield and Jay Beisser each winning 1067 The sudden death play off over holes 14 18 between a surprised Sell and a delighted Smith During the first 6 holes both of them played near faultless golf with Sell possibly having the best opportunity but failed to have that killer instinct And so it was not until the 7th extra hole that Mark Smith broke the deadlock sinking his winning putt of some 5 feet to take his second Jamega Pro Golf event of the year and banking a cheque for 5 000 A disappointed Martin Sell had the consolation of 2 500 to soften the blow of defeat The championship Course at The Players Club was

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  • Tournament Reports
    Tour regular Tom Whitehouse put himself in the mix with a solid 4 under par 68 to lead the chasing pack of Iwan Griffiths and Richard Prophet on 3 under par whilst eventual winner James Ruth enjoyed the company of Richard Tagg and Kieran Staunton on 2 under par Liam Robinson returned a 1 under par 71 which involved an unusual par at the 15th hole with his ball perched on a muddy patch in a water hazard Robinson decided to play the ball rather than accept a penalty drop Thinking he might just get a bit mucky around the ankle area off came the shoes and socks and he took his stance at the ball and started to sink gripped down on the club a bit more continuing to sink and re grip Robinson decided he d better get the ball and himself out which he just managed to do in the nick of time and salvaged a gutsy par as his reward The second day also contained some unusual and amusing golfing stories with last week s winner Steve Tooth holing out with a 5 iron for a spectacular and rare Albatross 2 at the par 5 ninth hole and Matt Fryer doing a Richard Finch falling into a muddy hazard whilst playing a shot Tooth kept things going and posted a 6 under par 66 to set the clubhouse target at 3 under par Will Harvey soon passing Tooth by adding a 5 under par 67 to his first round 73 to assume the clubhouse lead on 4 under par Ex European Tour player Warren Bennett with the help of his new man on the bag his young son Tom showed his class compiling a flawless 6 under par 66 to top the leader board for a time In the final group it was drama and fireworks all the way for Nigel Lane and James Ruth With his heart sinking along with his ball in the lateral hazard on the first hole Ruth must have wondered what was to come after dropping a shot at the very start of his final round Playing alongside Ruth Australia s Nigel Lane was finding the going tough on the front half turning in one over par while an inspired Ruth finished the front nine in 32 to set up a back nine shoot out with Lane Both players birdied the 10th but then Lane sniffed a chance of victory when he Eagled the 11th to lead by one after Ruth bogeyed the same hole Ruth steadied himself with a couple of pars to remain one behind Lane then the pedal hit the metal as Ruth birdied the next three holes to overtake Lane to lead by 2 shots Both players finishing the last two holes par birdie to leave Ruth the winner by 2 shots earning a 1st place cheque of 5 000 from the gallant Nigel Lane who earned 1 500 for his 2nd spot finish The Shropshire has

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  • Martin Sell back in winning form
    s Things always hot up on the second day and local hero Will Roebuck was looking to leap up the leader board and a possible win however both Shakespear and Sell stood in his way 3 shots ahead Nathan Treacher showed what was possible by carding the second back nine score of 29 in two days for a 7 under par 65 and elevation into the prize fund Lee Corfield bolted out of the pack to set an early target of 10 under by adding a flawless 7 under par card of 65 to his first round 69 Roebuck started badly by bogeying the first hole but after that he made a headlong charge for the title Carding 8 birdies in the remaining 17 holes to overtake Corfield as clubhouse leader at 11 under par Now all he could do was wait and see if it would be good enough The two first round leaders were enduring differing fortunes on the front nine with Sell stumbling along to reach the turn in one over par 37 which dropped him well behind the main contenders who were all making birdies Shakespear on the other hand was making steady progress up the leader board and turned in 34 to lie just one behind the clubhouse leaders with nine holes to play Sell birdied ten and eleven to make up a little lost ground but still had a lot to do Shakespear also birdied ten and continued to harvest pars still wondering if it was to be or not to be his day With Sell parring the twelfth and thirteenth the tournament had play off written all over it However suddenly Sell started an amazing charge of a man possessed with a run of 3 birdies and an eagle on the 17th that

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  • Crowned at The Shire London
    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

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  • Lee James battles wind & hayfever to win at Cumberwell.
    birdie chances on day two Kris Jones was the first to rattle the leaders cage carding a 3 under par 68 which when added to his first round 74 placed him on level par for the tournament and in the clubhouse lead His stay on the top of the heap didn t last long though as Francis McGuirk who also shot a 3 over first round 74 edged out Jones with a final day 4 under par 67 to sit on 1 under for the event The lead changed again when Dale Whitnell who at one point was 7 under after 14 holes and scaring the leader James eventually finished with a best of the tournament 5 under par 66 to set a realistic target of 4 under par total for the leader Lee James to beat Hot on Whitnell s heels in the group behind came Miles Mackman who was always playing catch up throughout the afternoon and just failed to match Witnells tournament score holing out at the last for an excellent 3 under par 68 James meanwhile was trying to recover from a stuttering start to his round after a one over par front nine which briefly gave the pursuing pack a glimmer of hope Benefiting from a short delay on the 10th tee which gave James a chance to recover his positive thoughts of yesterday he riffled an iron down the 10th fairway to set up a welcome birdie which inspired him to then wrench a brilliant Eagle from the short par five 11th to re establish a more comfortable cushion Meanwhile Tour newcomer Ian Winstanley playing in the penultimate group matched Mackman s 3 under total both hoping to cling onto joint 3rd place This looked an unlikely possibility with Mark Laskey on the last

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  • Former Jamega Tour player stars in Africa
    over the winter and the last couple of weeks haven t really gone my way after the break but now things are going well and it feels great he said The 26 year old Englishman set the clubhouse lead with his 14 under par tally The R3 75 million tournament has a cut to 65 and ties at the 54 hole mark and Brooks had moved right into contention I ve just been playing really steady and even when I hit a bad shot it s going on the green and I m holing my fair share of putts and that s everything you need to do to get up there he said In his five years as a professional Brooks has topped leaderboards before so being in the hunt was nothing new I ve played a few Challenge Tour events and been up there a few times so I know what it s all about and I m just going to head out there looking for a bit of fun he said Brooks had not lost sight of the trophy but was most excited to be playing well after his winter hiatus With a final round on the Montagu

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  • Win a European Tour start!
    div uk panel Win a European Tour start José Correia President of The PGA of Portugal is pictured sealing the deal with Tour Director Gary Harris Jamega Tour Directors Gary Harris Richard Law have just returned from Portugal having secured a fantastic Order of Merit prize for the Spanish Portugal swing Jamega has reached an historic agreement with the PGA of Portugal that the winner of a Jamega Tour Mini Order of Merit over the three tournaments of The Spanish Portugal Swing from March the 11th to the 19th 2013 at Quinta Do Vale Costa Esuri and La Monacilla will receive an invitation to play in The European Tour s Madeira Island Open May 2013 Be advised that if you wish take this opportunity and enter The Spanish Portugal Swing it is conditional on being a member of The Jamega Pro Golf Tour and play in all three events Click here or call 07910562735 to enter now 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 WILTSHIRE SN1 3DR Tel 01793 525957 07910 562735 Home

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  • David Howell endorsement
    Reports News Scores Results Latest Scores Prize Winners div uk panel David Howell endorsement Living as I do in Dubai during the winter months and the UK in the summer I am fully aware of what opportunities are around for aspiring tour professionals to try to sharpen their game The initiative between the Jamega tour now one of the most highly regarded development tours in the UK and the newly formed Mena tour in the UAE is a win win for all concerned Giving the leading four players from the Jamega Tour order of merit the opportunity to compete in the UAE in the winter months for significant prize money is a real opportunity for its members once again showing that Jamega are always pushing to help their members on the way to the next level exactly what a development tour should be all about David Howell s Website 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 WILTSHIRE SN1 3DR Tel 01793 525957 07910 562735 Home Contact Us Professional Join Entry Pro Join Pro

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