Sunday, August 19, 2018

Calum Hill from Kinross wins on just his fifth
 
Challenge Tour start

Calum Hill from Kinross soared up the leaderboard with a closing 64 to claim his maiden European Challenge Tour title in dramatic fashion at the Galgorm Resort and Spa Northern Ireland  Open.
Calum Hill with the trophy, picture by
courtesy of Peter Morris/Press Eye
The Scot, who developed his game on the US college circuit, started the day four shots behind overnight co-leaders Scott Henry, also a Scot, and Victor Perez and began to climb the leaderboard immediately by driving the green on the 336-yard par four second before going on to hole the eagle putt.
After reaching the turn in 33 Hill made his move over the back nine, reeling off four birdies in eight holes before narrowly missing an eagle putt on the 18th.
The 23 year old tapped in for birdie to reach 19 under par overall, and after Henry dropped four shots over his closing three holes it was Hill who was crowned champion.
Making just his fifth Challenge Tour start this week, Hill admitted he was lost for words following his one-shot triumph.
“I can’t believe it,” he said. “On the stretch I was hitting a few great shots and was holing a few great putts but I thought it would be for second or third place – not for the victory.
“I really narrowly missed a putt on 18 for eagle which was just hanging over the edge – I thought that would make it interesting as Scott was 22 under when I was going down 17 and I made a birdie to get to 18 under. I didn’t even think it would be close.
“It didn’t even cross my mind as I was playing 18. I hit two nice shots and just tried to give the putter a run, and thought it was a nice finish to a great nine holes.
“With the par five 18th to play I honestly thought Scott had a chance of winning still, and I wasn’t thinking that I would be the champion.
“I came into the week trying to just rise up the Rankings as much as I could and at the end of the season keep my card as this is just my fifth start on the Challenge Tour and I’m playing on invites.
“So to now have a category and have everything sorted is a bit of a joke – it’s absolutely brilliant isn’t it?
“My girlfriend has been trying to call me from America – so I can’t wait to call her back and tell her the good news.”  
With victory Hill rises up 156 places on the Road to Ras Al Khaimah to 43rd position with 33,379 points. After sharing second place with Henry, Stuart Manley moves up to fourth place in the Rankings with 95,649 points.
Home favourite Cormac Sharvin finished five shots back in a share of ninth place, a result which made him the inaugural winner of the Bridgestone Award, which was given to the leading Irish player under 30.
FINAL TOTALS
Par 284 (4x71)
265 C Hill (Sco) 66 67 68 64,
266 S Manley (Wal) 64 68 66 68, S Henry (Sco) 67 66 64 69,
268 V Perez (Fra) 68 64 65 71, M Kim (SKor) 64 67 69 68, J Singh Brar (Eng) 69 71 64 64,
269 M Haastrup (Den) 66 66 66 71, E Ferguson (Sco) 69 66 69 65,
270 W Besseling (Netherlands) 69 71 67 63, R Saxton (Netherlands) 69 68 66 67, C Sharvin (Nir) 67 65 71 67,
271 R Kellett (Sco) 67 66 68 70,
272 V Østerby (Den) 65 71 70 66, J Caldwell (Nir) 68 66 71 67, R Enoch (Wal) 70 67 66 69,
273 L Van Meijel (Ned) 68 66 71 68, D Stewart (Sco) 68 68 69 68, D McElroy (Nir) 71 67 67 68,
274 D Huizing (Ned) 68 74 69 63, S Hutsby (Eng) 68 72 70 64, D Perrier (Fra) 69 71 65 69,
275 R Finch (Eng) 65 73 68 69, M Armitage (Eng) 65 72 70 68, C Del Moral (Esp) 70 68 65 72, J Huldahl (Den) 68 73 68 66,
276 J McDonald (Sco) 70 67 71 68, M McGeady (Irl) 71 68 67 70, J McLeary (Sco) 70 69 71 66, M Lampert (Ger) 70 70 70 66, J Girrbach (Sui) 72 70 66 68
277 M Carlsson (Swe) 67 75 66 69, F Laporta (Ita) 70 66 71 70, E España (Fra) 67 70 70 70, A Knappe (Ger) 69 72 68 68, B Stow (Eng) 67 70 71 69,
278 M Schneider (Ger) 69 71 68 70, B Easton (SAf) 70 69 65 74, T Murray (Eng) 72 68 69 69, J Kunzenbacher (Ger) 74 67 67 70, I Cantero Gutierrez (Spn) 70 71 68 69, M Orrin (Eng) 68 74 69 67, C Braeunig (Ger) 68 72 69 69
279 S Locke (Sco) 68 71 72 68, S Einhaus (Ger) 71 71 69 68, J Senior (Eng) 66 75 70 68, J White (Eng) 69 70 69 71, J Vecchi Fossa (Ita) 69 73 67 70 
280 R De Sousa (Switz) 73 68 66 73, R McGowan (Eng) 68 71 69 72, N Kearney (Irl) 72 70 70 68,
281 J Doherty (Sco) 71 71 69 70, R Roussel (Fra) 71 71 70 69,
282 C Tarren (Eng) 69 72 74 67, S Dyson (Eng) 72 69 69 72, M Galiano Aguilar (Esp) 70 71 70 71, C Selfridge (Nir) 72 69 68 73,
283 N Møller (Den) 71 71 69 72, A Velasco (Spn) 73 68 69 73, R Van West (Netherlands) 71 70 68 74, H Joannes (Bel) 70 71 68 74, C O'Rourke (Irl) 71 71 74 67,
284 B Hellgren (Swe) 73 69 72 70, L Ruuska (Finland) 71 69 73 71, N O'Briain (Irl) 71 70 74 69, M Gaspar (Portugal) 68 69 71 76, R Langasque (Fra) 69 73 74 68,
285 B Parker (Eng) 71 67 74 73, M Schmitt (Ger) 71 71 70 73, B Ritthammer (Ger) 71 70 71 73,
286 F Palson (Swe) 73 69 69 75 
289 K Phelan (Irl) 72 68 74 75
290 J Brun (Fra) 68 73 74 75

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Waring celebrates 200th European Tour event by winning Nordea Masters

Paul Waring defeated Thomas Aiken in a play-off at the Nordea Masters to win his first European Tour title in his 200th appearance.

The two players were tied for the lead when they teed off the final round at Hills Golf Club and they could not be separated over 18 holes as both recorded rounds of 68 to get to 14 under par.
Englishman Waring, pictured by courtesy of Getty Images, who has seen his career disrupted by injury since graduating from Qualifying School in 2007, only required one extra hole to finally get his hands on the trophy, after three-time European Tour winner Aiken put his tee shot into the water.
It had been a game of cat-and-mouse throughout the day between the two players. South African Aiken birdied the first to take the lead, but Waring responded with a long putt on the second hole.
An excellent approach into the third left Aiken with four feet for a birdie and he made no mistake to edge ahead again. After back-to-back bogeys for Aiken on the next two holes, Waring opened up a two-shot lead on the par three tenth.
A first bogey of the day on the 15th hole for the man from Liverpool cut the lead to one and Aiken got up and down from the sand on the last for a birdie to set up the play-off.
German Maximilian Kieffer finished with three birdies in a round of 65 to finish in third place at 13 under par, one shot clear of in-form Dane Thorbjørn Olesen. The result could prove be significant for Olesen, who moved into the automatic qualifying positions for the European Ryder Cup team via the World Points List.
Australian Lucas Herbert picked up six shots in his last seven holes to get to 11 under par, two shots clear of Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond, Italian Andrea Pavan, South Africa's Haydn Porteous and Englishman Robert Rock.
Player quotes
Paul Waring: “It’s 200th time lucky, isn’t it? I’ve been through a few ups and downs in my career with injuries, some good golf played. To finally get across the line, I’m absolutely ecstatic right now.
 
“I felt like I got myself into control on the back nine. I hit a few putts, hit the lip on 14, 15, 16, so I felt like I kind of kept it on my side. I got a bit lucky with the lie on 18 out of the bunker. I didn’t really give myself a shot and Thomas made birdie which put us back level. But it was nice to get it done on the first extra hole.
 
“I was always quite confident, I always felt like I had control of the golf ball to a point. I wasn’t too concerned with what other people were doing. I was very much in my own head, trying to look after the things I can control really.”
 
Thomas Aiken: “I started off well, I had a couple of little mishaps on four and five but came back nicely. I just couldn’t sink any putts. That was pretty much the story of the whole week. I don’t think I really sunk much outside of 15 feet the whole week.
 
“I gave myself a lot of chances, played good golf tee to green. Unfortunate the way that it finished, but it’s not the tee shot that suits me the most – hitting it left to right on the last. These things happen but a lot of positive things to take into the next few weeks.”
 
Max Kieffer: Every day I said the back nine is very scoreable. It was nice to get on a flow on the back nine today along with Lucas. We both played great, it was good fun.
 
“My game is probably closest to the best it has ever been. I hardly missed any shots the whole four days I just didn’t make any putts the first two days. I probably played better the first two days, ball-striking wise. If I can keep this up it will be very nice.”
 
Thorbjørn Olesen: “I started off not good. I bogeyed the third hole which is a par five and I probably lost two shots to the field there so that set me back. I tried to be aggressive from there on and tried to go for everything and I felt like I hit some good shots but they didn't get close up to the pin.
“It was like a day where it could have been good but it didn't happen. I gave it everything today. I tried my hardest, played aggressive, that's all I can do. I didn't have my A-game today and half the round yesterday and in that way finishing top five is a pretty good result."

FINAL TOTALS
par 280 (4x70)
266 P Waring (Eng) 66 63 69 68, T Aiken (SAf) 66 65 67 68 (Waring won play-off)
267 M Kieffer (Ger) 68 68 66 65
268 T Olesen (Den) 68 66 67 67
269 L Herbert (Australia) 66 68 69 66
271 H Porteous (SAf) 72 67 67 65, R Rock (Eng) 70 69 65 67, A Pavan (Ita) 69 66 72 64, J Janewattananond (Thailand) 67 68 72 64
272 M Southgate (Eng) 67 73 65 67, L Slattery (Eng) 64 69 70 69, A Johnston (Eng) 70 68 68 66
273 A Bland (Australia) 67 67 69 70, S Gros (Fra) 71 64 69 69, J Carlsson (Swe) 70 68 68 67, T Detry (Belgium) 66 72 68 67
274 N Bertasio (Ita) 70 68 66 70, C Sordet (Fra) 62 72 71 69, R Karlsson (Swe) 67 71 68 68, M Warren (Sco) 70 65 66 73
275 C Syme (Sco) 69 69 70 67, O Lindell (Finland) 67 69 74 65, B Neil (Sco) 67 66 75 67
276 A Rai (Eng) 69 69 71 67, D Howell (Eng) 71 68 68 69, N Elvira (Spn) 70 67 69 70, B Hebert (Fra) 67 67 75 67, H Stewart (USA) 65 68 74 69
277 M Pavon (Fra) 66 70 73 68, J Thomson (Eng) 71 69 67 70, R Evans (Eng) 72 68 71 66, A Chesters (Eng) 69 70 70 68, T Lewis (Eng) 67 68 74 68
278 R McEvoy (Eng) 72 68 71 67, T Pulkkanen (Finland) 65 71 75 67, M Tullo (Chile) 67 72 69 70, M Nixon (Eng) 69 68 73 68, J Lagergren (Swe) 69 69 71 69, B Dredge (Wales) 70 70 70 68, P Oriol (Spn) 70 69 74 65, L Aberg (am) (Swe) 67 72 72 67
279 J Choi (SKor) 68 72 71 68, J Kruyswijk (SAf) 69 67 74 69, S Jamieson (Sco) 64 65 75 75
280 J Walters (SAf) 70 67 73 70, C Hanson (Eng) 68 67 78 67, J Edfors (Swe) 70 70 72 68, C Bezuidenhout (SAf) 68 70 72 70, C Blomstrand (Swe) 65 71 75 69, P Peterson (USA) 69 71 71 69, A Cañizares (Spn) 68 67 75 70, R Green (Australia) 65 71 74 70, M Kinhult (Swe) 70 70 73 67, R Gouveia (Portugal) 68 70 73 69, S Kjeldsen (Denmark) 66 68 75 71
281 G Stal (Fra) 72 68 72 69, R Cho (SKor) 71 67 71 72, F Jacobson (Swe) 72 65 71 73, O Floren (Swe) 71 69 69 72, L Canter (Eng) 69 69 75 68
282 J Morrison (Eng) 70 70 70 72, S Heisele (Ger) 66 74 72 70, C Pigem (Spn) 71 68 69 74, R Bland (Eng) 70 68 75 69, M Kaymer (Ger) 67 67 75 73, A Plant (Eng) 73 67 71 71, J Scrivener (Australia) 71 69 72 70
283 E Molinari (Ita) 70 66 72 75, B Hafthorsson (Iceland) 67 70 75 71, J Winther (Denmark) 72 66 76 69, K Koivu (Finland) 67 73 69 74
284 B Fritsch (Canada) 69 69 73 73, F Nilehn (am) (Swe) 74 66 69 75
291 G Havret (Fra) 74 66 76 75

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CONOR GOUGH WINS THE 92ND BOYS' AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP AT ROYAL PORTRUSH


R and A NEWS RELEASE
Conor Gough beat Jose Luis Ballester in the final to win the 92nd Boys' Amateur Championship at Royal Portrush today.
Gough, a member of Stoke Poges Golf Club, near Slough, becomes the first Englishman to lift the trophy since Matthew Fitzpatrick’s victory at Notts (Hollinwell) in 2012. He will now play in The 124th Amateur Championship at Portmarnock and The Island, and gains an exemption into Final Qualifying for The 148th Open, also at Royal Portrush, as a result of his victory.
The 15-year-old teed off for the second round of the final  leading by two holes over Ballester after a closely contested opening 18 holes of high quality golf. Neither player managed to advance further than a one-hole lead until the par three 16th where Ballester, at one-down, faltered with a bogey. Gough went further ahead, thanks to a birdie at the 17th but the Spaniard hit back on the next to reduce his opponent’s lead to two holes heading into the break.
Gough stumbled in the early stages of the afternoon round with a double bogey at the 20th and a bogey on the 21st which enabled Ballester to square the match once more. The lead continued to swing to-and-fro on the front nine with neither player able to build a commanding lead.

With the crowds building, the key moment came at the par four 29th. Having watched Ballester roll in a 20ft putt for birdie, Gough stood over his own which rested around 15ft from the pin. Under pressure, he read the line brilliantly and used the break off the left to find the hole.
On the next, both players found the bottom of a steep embankment with their approach shots to the green. Ballester showed his touch to pitch close to the pin from the heavy rough but Gough went one better as he delighted the crowd by chipping in for eagle and a one hole lead.
Gough, who already has two big wins under his belt this season, having claimed the McGregor Trophy in July and the boys’ title at the Fairhaven Trophy earlier in the year, never looked back from that point and grew in confidence as the match neared its conclusion. He carded another birdie at the par four 32nd to double his lead and required just a half for victory at the 35th.
When Ballester’s tee shot landed in a gorse bush to the left of the fairway he deemed the ball unplayable and took a drop under penalty of one stroke. Sadly, the young Spaniard’s approach fell just short and found a greenside bunker at which point he conceded the hole and the match to the Englishman who completed a memorable 3 and 1 victory.
Key quotes:
Conor Gough
“I feel incredible. It’s a dream come true. I never thought it would have happened this year. I knew I was playing well but I didn’t quite think I’d go this far. Now I’m here the winner so I’m really happy with myself.
“The turning moment was 11. I made a 15ft putt birdie to stay all-square and then 12 was big for eagle. I parred 13 and then made another really important birdie on 14.
“Jose was really good. He gave me a very good game and he impressed me quite a lot with his irons – he was hitting it close.
“I thought I may be picked for the Jacques Léglise Trophy before but I’m hoping now this has really secured it.
“I have had an incredible season. I don’t think I have finished outside the top 12 in any competition this year so I am just playing really well and I’ve managed to keep the form going.
“Matt Fitzpatrick (the 2012 Boys Amateur Champion and last English winner) is a very good person to follow. If I can keep on following in his footsteps I won’t be doing too bad.
(On winning in Ireland. His father is originally from just outside Dublin and his mother is originally from County Down.)
“The family are really enjoying this. They couldn’t have picked a better place for me to win so they will be buzzing for me.
(On getting into Final Qualifying for The 148th Open at Royal Portrush)
“If I get into The Open, especially here at Royal Portrush, that would be a real dream come true.”
Jose Luis Ballester
“I am very happy to be in the Final but I am a little bit sad because I lost but I played very well so I’ve got to be happy with my golf. I have to say congratulations to Conor.
“It was amazing to play in front of the crowd. I felt like a pro.”

The 93rd Boys Amateur Championship will be played at Saunton, East and West courses, from August 13 to 18, 2019.

Video footage from the Final is available to download at https://we.tl/t-3r2EF9IDWh.
 

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Scottish champion McIntosh wins NE District Open title after titanic tussle with Kintore's Mark Thomson


Left to right: Mark Thomson (Kintore), best performance by a NE player, Chris Law (representative of tournament sponsors Kings Links Golf Centre), Euan McIntosh, the new North-east District Open champion, and David Fleming, president of the NE District. Picture by Cal Carson Golf Agency.


By COLIN FARQUHARSON
Scottish amateur champion Euan McIntosh (Turnhouse), 50 on his next birthday, wore down Kintore's Mark Thomson in a titanic struggle over the final round of the 72-hole North-east District Open championship, sponsored by Kings Links Golf Centre, at Aboyne Golf Club today (Sunday).
Both players produced their Sunday best in the fourth round - four-under-par 64s, former professional McIntosh winning the prestigious title with a nine-under total of 263 and Thomson finishing runner-up on 265 to win the trophy for the highest-finishing North-east player.
"I got the breaks, Mark didn't," said McIntosh. "I holed more long putts on these superb greens over the four rounds than I have done in any event since I returned to the amateur ranks.
"This was the fifth tournament I've won since I've made a comeback (the Scottish title and four 72-hole competitions) over the past couple of years but Mark deserved at least a dead-heat! He played a stormer."
McIntosh, after scores of 69, 64 and 66 for 199, was two ahead of Thomson (68, 66 and 68) with 18 holes to play and when the Edinburgh man reached the turn in five-under 29 to lead his rival by three it looked all over. 
But McIntosh had uncharacteristic back-to-back bogeys at the 10th and 11th … and the Battle of Aboyne was "on" again with a vengeance.
Thomson drew level with a birdie at the 13th but there was a decisive two-shot swing in McIntosh's favour when he birdied the 17th and Thomson bogeyed it. Both players birdied the final hole to provide a fitting end to a quality performance by both men.
McIntosh, who has won the North-east champion of champions competition in the past, looks set gain his first NE District team honour in the line-up to defend the Scottish area title.
Adam Dunton (McDonald Ellon), 69-69-65-69, and former Cruden Bay player Stephen Roger (Peebles), 67-69-69-67, finished joint third on 272.
The lowest round of a low scoring tournament was a five-under-par 63 (30-33) by Aidan Smith (Edzell) in the fourth round. Matthew Clark (Kilmacolm) had an outward half of 29 in his final round of 64.

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Kings Links Golf Centre North-east District Open championship

Kings Links Golf Centre North-east District Open Championship
Aboyne Golf Club
FINAL TOTALS
Par 272 (4x68) CSS 69 69 69 68
263 E McIntosh (Turnhouse) 69 64 66 64
265 M Thomson (Kintore) 68 65 68 64
272 A Dunton (McDonald Ellon) 69 69 65 69, S Roger (Peebles) 67 69 69 67
273 M Clark (Kilmacolm) 73 66 70 64
275 C Gilbert (Cruden Bay) 68 70 69 68
276 J Shaw (Boat of Garten) 68 69 71 68
277 K Nolan (Kemnay) 71 71 65 70, C Somers (Bon Accord) 70 68 68 71.
278 D Rudd (Longniddry) 66 72 69 71, C Brechin (Portlethen) 68 65 70 75
279 A Smith (Edzell) 76 71 69 63, C Lamb (Newmachar) 71 68 70 70
280 R Paterson (Kilspindie) 68 75 71 66
281 A Bews (Murcar Links) 72 73 67 69, G Ingram (Inverurie) 71 70 71 69.
283 D Bradburn (Aboyne) 67 72 77 67
284 B Edmond (Bon Accored) 72 68 71 73
285 K Gunnyeon (Murcar Links) 71 74 71 69
286 C Duffton (Aboyne) 74 67 74 71
287 D Fanthorpe (Kemnay) 73 76 71 67
288 M Schinkel (Royal Dornoch) 72 70 70 76
290 E Orr (Newmachar) 77 69 71 73
291 R Dallas (Kirriemuir) 70 76 72 73, G Kennedy (Hazlehead) 70 69 75 77, L Waldron (Royal Aberdeen) 68 72 79 72
292 B Milne (Banchory) 71 70 76 75
294 F Milne (Banchory) 73 71 72 78
295 A Brooks (Kings Acre) 74 76 74 71
296 F McKenna (Royal Aberdeen) 76 77 72 71,  T Evans (Ballater) 70 76 76 74.
301 S Kennedy (Tain) 74 74 82 71
302 D Morrison (Meldrum House) 84 75 73 70, C Morrison (Inverurie) 79 76 71 76
305 R O'Donnell (Kemnay) 78 80 72 75
309 S Wilson (Hazlehead) 73 79 80 77
312 C Carnegie (Kemnay) 84 75 77 76

No Return: R Fenwick (Deeside). 74 73 77 NR

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Senior rookie Shacklady scores first win in 

Russian Open

David Shacklady secured an emotional victory at Moscow Country Club on Sunday as a final round 69 gave him a two-shot triumph at the VTB Russian Open Golf Championship (Senior).
The Englishman finished on eight under par, two shots clear of Welsh duo Stephen Dodd and Phillip Price, the latter of whom led after both the first and second rounds in Moscow but posted a one over par 73 on Day Three.
Shacklady began the day two shots behind overnight leader Price, but took the outright lead after the front nine on Sunday thanks to three birdies going out before navigating the back nine in level par.
Playing in his first year on the Staysure Tour, Shacklady was clearly emotional after securing his maiden title.
“It’s unbelievable, absolutely unbelievable,” he said. “It’s a bit of a blur at the moment. My aim was just to keep my card and now I’ve done that comfortably.
“It’s just unbelievable. I’ve been playing great. I played great in the last event at the London Golf Club. I spent some time with my coach Simon Edwards and it felt great there and I’ve brought it here.
“I just stayed patient and I hit it great, to be fair. I managed to hold them all off with a load of pars, which was lovely.”
The 51 year old has three top 20 finishes to his name prior to this week’s event but he admits to feeling frustrated and putting himself under too much pressure in previous weeks.
“I’ve been frustrated that I’ve not really got to where I feel I can play, my level,” he said. “I’ve perhaps done a bit too much leaderboard watching, a bit too much pressure on myself and I feel like I’ve been playing catch-up at every event.
“To get up there and stay up there and finish it off against class players like this, it’s unbelievable. I don’t know when I’ll actually believe it to be honest.”
Shacklady, who dedicated his win to John O’Connor, a friend and former colleague at Ormskirk Golf Club in the north of England who recently passed away, admits he’s having ‘the time of his life’ on the Staysure Tour.
“I’m having the time of my life,” he said. “I’ve watched these guys on TV all my life so playing with them is just a dream to start with. To contend with them and now to win is unbelievable.
“They are proven players and have been for many years. Phillip has played in The Ryder Cup and Stephen has won many titles.
“There’s a lot of winners in the field and you know they’re not going to give you a title, you’ve got to earn it. I was nervous but I managed to keep my head and pars were good, thankfully.”
Price was Shacklady’s nearest challenger for most of the final round, but two bogeys in his final four holes ensured he had to settle for a share of second with countryman Dodd.
Behind the Welsh duo were José Coceres, Malcolm MacKenzie, Mauricio Molina and Gary Wolstenholme on three under par, while Simon P Brown and Chris Williams were a shot further back on two under par.
Williams carded the low round of the week on Sunday, signing for a six under par 66 after carding rounds of 73 and 75 on the first two days.
The Staysure Tour will now visit Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel and Country Club for the Willow Senior Golf Classic between August 24-26.
Final scores:
Par 216 (3x72)
208 D Shacklady (Eng) 71 68 69
210 P Price (Wales) 68 69 73, S Dodd (Wales) 70 69 71
213 M Mackenzie (Eng) 71 71 71, M Molina (Argentina) 72 68 73, G Wolstenholme (Eng) 73 69 71, J Coceres (Argengina) 71 70 72
214 S Brown (Eng) 72 69 73, C Williams (SAf) 73 75 66
215 J Kingston (SAf) 70 73 72, P Fowler (Australia) 72 71 72, P Streeter (Eng) 72 73 70, J Sallat (Fra) 72 71 72, J Lomas (Eng) 73 70 72,
216 N Job (Eng) 71 74 71, S Luna (Spn) 71 70 75, P Wesselingh (Eng) 73 72 71, M Farry (Fra) 72 70 74
217 C Suneson (Spn) 72 75 70, P Eales (Eng) 71 69 77, M Harwood (Australia) 71 73 73, T Thelen (USA) 71 71 75, S Tinning (Denmark) 73 74 70, G Manson (Austria) 73 72 72
218 B McGovern (Ire) 69 72 77, A Sherborne (Eng) 72 73 73, J Cheetham (Eng) 74 71 73, M Martin (Spn) 69 70 79
219 A Oldcorn (Sco) 70 72 77, J Carriles (Spn) 77 71 71, P Wilson (Eng) 74 73 72, P Golding (Eng) 73 73 73, M Davis (Eng) 82 68 69
220 J Quiros (Spn) 75 73 72, J Murphy (Eng) 76 74 70, G Marks (Eng) 72 68 80
221 M Atlevi (Swe) 75 69 77
223 G Emerson (Eng) 74 74 75, G Joyner (Australia) 81 69 73 
224 M Nichols (Eng) 78 72 74, S Bennett (Eng) 77 76 71, B Conser (USA) 76 72 76, B Longmuir (Sco) 70 77 77, M Mouland (Wales) 78 77 69
225 S Richardson (Eng) 75 71 79, C Monasterio (Argentina) 79 72 74, D Edlund (Swe) 76 69 80, A Franco (Paraguay) 76 74 75
229 R Gomez (Arg) 83 70 76, S McAllister (Sco) 78 78 73 
232 M Wharton (Eng) 75 78 79
245 J Robinson (Eng) 88 73 84
259 G Fetisov (am) (Rus) 87 87 85
** J Evans (Sco) 81 81 WD, R Rafferty (NIre)70 69 WD

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Scottish champion takes third-round NE District Open lead


Name

Club

Rd 1

Rd 2

Total

Rd 3

Total

Euan McIntosh

Turnhouse

69

64

133

66

199

Mark Thomson

Kintore

68

65

133

68

201

Adam Dunton

McDonald

69

69

138

65

203

Clark Brechin

Portlethen

68

65

133

70

203

Stephen Roger

Peebles

67

69

136

69

205

Christopher Somers

Bon Accord

70

68

138

68

206

Kiran Nolan

Kemnay

71

71

142

65

207

David Rudd

Longniddry

66

72

138

69

207

Chris Gilbert

Cruden Bay

68

70

138

69

207

Jordan Shaw

Boat of Garten

68

69

137

71

208

Matthew Clark

Kilmacolm

73

66

139

70

209

Christopher Lamb

Newmachar

71

68

139

70

209

Barrie Edmond

Bon Accord

72

68

140

71

211

Michael Schinkel

Royal Dornoch

72

70

142

70

212

Anthony Bews

Murcar Links

72

73

145

67

212

Greg Ingram

Inverurie

71

70

141

71

212

Rob Paterson

Kilspindie

68

75

143

71

214

Greig Kennedy

Hazlehead

70

69

139

75

214

Calvin Duffton

Aboyne

74

67

141

74

215

Ferghus Milne

Banchory

73

71

144

72

216

Kenny Gunnyeon

Murcar Links

71

74

145

71

216

Aidan Smith

Edzell

76

71

147

69

216

Dominic Bradburn

Aboyne

67

72

139

77

216

Evan Orr

Newmachar

77

69

146

71

217

Blair Milne

Banchory

71

70

141

76

217

Ross Dallas

Kirriemuir

70

76

146

72

218

Liam Waldron

Royal Aberdeen

68

72

140

79

219

David Fanthorpe

Kemnay

73

76

149

71

220

Tony Evans

Ballater

70

76

146

76

222

Andrew Brooks

Kings Acre

74

76

150

74

224

Fintan McKenna

Royal Aberdeen

76

77

153

72

225

Calum Morrison

Inverurie

79

76

155

71

226

Ruaridh Fenwick

Deeside

78

73

151

77

228

Sean Kennedy

Tain

74

74

148

82

230

Robert O'Donnell

Kemnay

78

80

158

72

230

Shaun Wilson

Hazlehead

73

79

152

80

232

David Morrison

Meldrum House

84

75

159

73

232

Cameron Carnegie

Kemnay

84

75

159

77

236

Stewart McCulloch

Cruden Bay

77

70

147

W/D


Stuart Thurlow

Murrayfield

72

76

148

W/D


Sam Macneil

Aboyne

77

82

159

W/D


Matthew Scott

Crieff

77

N/R

N/R



Andrew Carrell

Royal Aberdeen

88

N/R

N/R



Ben Murray

Portlethen

N/R

N/R

N/R




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