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  • Laskey Unlocks a Kings Ransom
    heels were eventual winner Mark Laskey on 6 under Josh Waters and Nathan Treacher on 4 under and Liam Harper Jack Hiluta and Toby Burden on 3 under With several previous multiple winners in the field it was good to see some new names emerging and contending for glory The second day dawned and it was as good as the first with near perfect scoring conditions prevailing once again and so it was sure to be another low scoring day Alun Lynch showed the way with a fine 6 under par 66 to get him to 5 under and into the prize fund but probably he was also ruing his first round of one over par Nick Jones joined Lynch on 5 under but realistically both knew it would not be good enough to win with several players out on the course well under par Their total was soon passed by first Dale Whitnell on 6 under and then playing in the same group Martin Sell on 7 under par but it was Jack Hiluta who set the clubhouse target with a strong finish to reach 9 under for the tournament In the final group the overnight leader David James was finding things more difficult on the second day and slowly dropped out of contention Also in the final group Treacher and Laskey were enjoying the battle but after holding onto Laskey for much of the final round it was an immaculate 4 under par back nine by Laskey that saw him finally separate himself from the pack and win As I said earlier it was good to see players coming through to take on the established winners and that only goes to prove that the Jamega Tour is a good place to learn your trade as a professional before

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  • A Hint of Things to Come
    full of drama disappointment and excitement as some players forged ahead some stood still and others engaged reverse gear to drop out of contention Craig Hinton most certainly found forward 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

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  • Simon Griffiths Defeats “Mr Par” at Donnington Grove
    bogey to finish the tournament on level par and with a real chance of making at least making a play off As more and more groups finished Brackenbury s hopes continued to rise and when Greg Hughes in the penultimate group joined him in the clubhouse lead it looked more and more like a play off was on the cards Simon Grifiths was not really going anywhere in the final group until he reached the short fifteenth and a birdie 2 got him back to level par for the tournament and a steady finish would see him join Brackenbury and Hughes on level par A par on the sixteenth kept Grifiths on track and with the difficult long par 3 seventeenth to negotiate he was by no means certain to be involved in the end game A good tee shot saw Grifiths finish pin high some 20 feet from the cup and so a birdie was possible A perfectly struck putt found the bottom of the hole and Grifiths moved into a slender one shot lead over the pair waiting hopefully in the clubhouse A green in regulation and a standard 2 putt par at the last finally saw Griffiths claw his way to the top of the heap and with a deserved 4 000 first prize cheque tucked away in his pocket started on his journey to Denmark for a European Tour event Donnington Grove was presented in perfect condition for the players and maintained its integrity as one of the finest courses in the country when just one player managed to break par for the 2 rounds played Having said that the course is also very playable for the recreational golfer and with excellent practice facilities and superb coaching available we would unreservedly recommend it to golfers of

    Original URL path: http://www.jamegatour.co.uk/news-and-reports-2/tournament-reports/846-simon-griffiths-defeats-mr-par-at-donnington-grove.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Tournament Reports
    last two holes to tie Dixon on 7 under par unfortunately boarded the Bogey train and slipped back into third place Mentmore were as usual fantastic hosts and presented the course in super condition for both the Pro am and the main tournament Please catch up on the Pro am action on the Mentmore website It s a Dixon Win for Two on the Spin On a good scoring first day Jon White set a breath taking target of 8 under par and sat back and must have thought catch me if you can The rapidly improving Tom Hayward who is only in his third year as a professional came closest to grabbing White s ankles with a blemish free round of 6 under par 67 David Dixon the Studley Wood Winner David Salisbury sat alone on 5 under and a mini pack made up of Ricki Brackenbury Joe Smith and of course the very experienced European Tour player David Dixon were one shot further back on 4 under par When the leading first round score is so low you would normally expect a rash of under par rounds to come through and back it up but in fact only 16 players bettered par With an exciting second day to look forward too that promised some nice warm and sunny weather for a change the final groups teed off and it was Mark Laskey who shot out of the blocks and enjoyed a birdie fest reaching the turn in 3 under par Laskey continued to greedily gobble up birdies on the back nine and despite bogeying the fifteenth he finally holed out with a birdie on the eighteenth to set a clubhouse target of 7 under par Martin Sell improved his position with a stunning of finish of eagle birdie to almost catch Laskey and finish just one shy of the clubhouse leader on 6 under par Dixon came to the eighteenth tee at 6 under par just hoping for a birdie on the reachable par 5 to at least set up the chance of a play off with Laskey Dixon did hit the green in two and having been frustrated for several weeks by a miss behaving putter just went up to an Eagle putt on the eighteenth green and quote just gave it a whack and amazingly it went in to give Dixon the lead by one shot on 8 under par It was a mixed bag for the overnight leader White who could find no consistency in his play and he eventually also had an eagle putt on the last to tie Dixon and force a play off but it was not to be and White had to settle for a tie in second place with Laskey Dixon thanked his long term sponsors Kellands Plant Sales Ltd of Bridgewater for their continued support and patience as he searches for an inner peace and rebuilds his game on The Jamega Tour in order to return to the European

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  • Hogarty Swallows up the opposition at Magnolia Park!
    Tyler Hogarty On the second day Craig Adams made a significant effort to catch the leading groups by carding a superb 7 under par 66 but sat in the clubhouse regretting his one over par 74 effort in the first round Prolific winner Martin Sell posted a fine 5 under par 68 to tie Adams for the clubhouse lead but with the news that a very focused Hogarty was moving along nicely at 10 under par with 7 holes to play it was felt that the game was up for the hopeful pair Neither Griffiths nor Lofthouse could seem to get things going on the final day and in the end neither of them proved to be a threat to Hogarty s impressive march to a well deserved victory Hogarty eventually stood on the eighteenth tee with a very comfortable 6 shot lead and baring a complete disaster the win was his for the taking Hogarty did however prove he was human with a final bogey to reduce his winning margin to only 5 shots but it was more than good enough to secure the first prize cheque for 4 000 Magnolia Park is undergoing a revival of fortunes with a new on site Hotel under construction which should be completed in November and improvements being made to the course it will be the place to play and stay The Portugal Masters Things are hotting up to grab a life changing place to decide the winner of a Portugal Masters spot in 2015 This is how it works The top 30 players on the Jamega Tour Order of Merit which started at Aldwickbury Park and the top 30 players from the Algarve Pro Golf Tour Order of Merit that starts on the seventh of November in Portugal will all play

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