Friday, May 24, 2019

Ellen Hume
knocks out
Hertfordshire’s Ellen Hume (pictured) caused the upset of the day when she knocked out defending champion Georgina Blackman at the English Women’s Amateur at Saunton, Devon.
The 19-year-old from Mill Green, who won by two holes, admitted that she felt some nerves as she prepared to face the England international in the first match play round.
But Hume has returned from her first year at college in the USA with her confidence high and she commented: “I’ve been paying well out in America and I knew I was in a good place with my game and I battled it out.”
Blackman, from Essex, took the early advantage and was three up after six, helped by holing an enormous birdie putt on the fifth. But after 10 holes the two players were all square and trading holes as the match moved to its conclusion.
Hume pulled off a delicate up and down on the 16th to move one ahead and she sealed her win with a par three on the last. “It was an amazing feeling to win, especially playing such a talented golfer. I’m very happy,” she said.
Elsewhere England internationals Lily May Humphreys of Essex, Bel Wardle of Cheshire and Emily Toy of Cornwall came safely through the first round, as did girl international Charlotte Heath, from Yorkshire.
Humphreys, the number one seed, held off a strong challenge by Briony Bales from Co Durham, winning through on the 17th. “We both played well, with lots of pars and birdies,” said Humphreys. “It was always up and down, there weren’t many halves!”
The 17-year-old, who has won Irish and Welsh titles already this month, got ahead with a birdie on the 14th – after taking on the corner with her drive – and then won with another birdie on the long 17th, after reaching the green in two.
Wardle and Toy both won 4 and 2 while Heath was a 3 and 2 winner.
Meanwhile Staffordshire’s Emily Brennan won through two matches today. First she beat Gloucestershire’s Ebonie Lewis in a preliminary round to decide the final place in the main draw. Then she caused another of the day’s upsets when she beat Yorkshire’s Nicola Slater, an international and the winner of the 2018 English Women’s Match Play Championship.
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Link to scores and prizemoney at today's Tartan Tour 18-hole competition at Williamwood Golf Club, Glasgow.


Robert MacIntyre three off the lead in Denmark

Round two report
Matthias Schwab stood up to everything Himmerland Golf and Spa Resort could throw at him and emerged with a one-shot lead heading into the weekend at Made in Denmark presented by FREJA.
The Austrian was faced with cold, wet and windy conditions in Farsø but produced a stunning bogey free round of 66 to move to eight under par, continuing a consistent season that has produced two top tens from ten made cuts in 12 events, as he edges ever closer to a first victory in just his second season on the European Tour.
The weather improved in the afternoon, although the wind was unrelenting, and Frenchman Romain Langasque matched Schwab’s bogey free 66 to get to seven under par and one shot off the lead alongside Spaniard Alejandro Cañizares.
Scot Robert MacIntyre finished second in the Betfred British Masters two weeks ago and he continues to impress in his rookie season, battling to a one under par round of 70 to sit three shots off the lead alongside Spain's Alvaro Quiros and Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.
Frenchman Adrien Saddier, Max Schmitt of Germany, Ireland’s Paul Dunne and Swede Alexander Björk are tied for seventh place on four under par.
Player quotes
Matthias Schwab:
“It was very difficult, especially early on. It's always great to have a bogey free day, so overall it's been a good day.
“I didn't really do anything different from yesterday or any other day. I was very in the zone. It was very cold, rainy, windy, I was just trying to stay warm. Maybe I didn't really worry too much about my game and it worked out well. 
“I usually play OK on courses that are tougher than average on tour. I guess I'm a good wind player too. Really I'm just trying to do my own thing and see what comes out.”
Alejandro Cañizares
“I've been playing alright recently but I just haven't put a few rounds together because, well, that's golf. I'm comfortable now and I feel relaxed out there. I like the golf course and I'm putting well.
"We got a little bit luckier than the morning groups. It wasn't raining but it was quite windy and cold. Some players are more comfortable than others in the wind. I fell even better than yesterday because I had some great pars, some great up and downs. It was a lovely round. 
“It was something different today on 14. They had a Queen song playing and it was great, a lot of fun. I've never experienced that, walking through a tent where everyone is having food and drinks with loud music and having fun. It is a great initiative.” 
Romain Langasque
“It was a really good day. It was really tough at the start but the wind went down a bit so I got three birdies at the end. I had a lot of birdie chances and played really strong.
“It fits my game well - with a bit of wind off the left, I play draw so I can go straight off every tee. I played really offensive, I used my driver a lot and I think that was key because I had a lot of wedges after that. I really like this course, especially with this kind of condition. I like the wind.”
Robert Macintyre
“It was tough, I had pouring rain for the first 14 holes. I was soaked right through. Just had to stick in and managed to get round in one under.
“All through my amateur days it has been links golf and tough tests. It's something that I relish and glad to do the same today.
“I've putted great. With the wind it's so tough to judge the pace. I had a few three putts but other than that the putting has been very good.”
Round two scores
134 M Schwab  (Austria) 68 66,
135 A Cañizares  (Spn) 66 69, R Langasque  (Fra) 69 66 
137 A Quiros  (Spn) 70 67, R Macintyre  (Sco) 67 70, B Wiesberger  (Austria) 68 69
138 P Dunne (Ireland) 68 70, A Saddier (Fra) 70 68, M Schmitt  (Ger) 68 70, A Björk (Swe) 68 70,
139 B Hebert  (Fra) 67 72, M Southgate  (Eng) 66 73, P Larrazábal (Esp) 68 71, V Dubuisson  (Fra) 68 71, C Paisley  (Eng) 68 71, M Simonsen  (Den) 71 68, S Manley (Wales) 69 70, O Fisher  (Eng) 68 71, O Wilson (Eng) 68 71, E Molinari  (Ita) 66 73,
140 E Kofstad (Nor) 68 72, M Wallace (Eng) 67 73, K Johannessen (Nor) 68 72, S Jamieson  (Sco) 70 70, J Girrbach (Sui) 71 69, J Morrison  (Eng) 69 71, K Kitayama (USA) 72 68, T Pulkkanen  (Fin) 70 70, J Winther (Den) 73 67,
141 S Chawrasia (Ind) 70 71, N Lemke (Swe) 69 72, T Detry  (Bel) 72 69, R Ramsay  (Sco) 72 69, T Murray (Eng) 66 75, T Pieters  (Bel) 70 71, H Porteous (SAf) 69 72, G Forrest  (Sco) 70 71, D Drysdale (Sco) 68 73, W Ormsby (Aus) 71 70, A Sullivan (Eng) 73 68, J Catlin (USA) 67 74, J Lagergren (Swe) 67 74, M Gladbjerg (Den) 69 72, G Migliozzi  (Ita) 70 71, P Waring  (Eng) 66 75, L Jensen (Den) 72 69, J Donaldson (Wal) 71 70, M Hoey  (Nir) 68 73,
142 N Cullen (Aus) 73 69, S Sharma (Ind) 72 70, A Johnston (Eng) 68 74, J Choi (SKor) 71 71, R Rock (Eng) 70 72, D Horsey (Eng) 69 73, K Koivu (Fin) 70 72, P Edberg (Swe) 67 75, A Rai (Eng) 74 68, A Pavan (Ita) 74 68, G Moynihan (Irl) 74 68, B Evans  (Eng) 75 67, C Blomstrand (Swe) 70 72, T Jaidee (Tha) 71 71,
143 I Cantero Gutierrez  (Spn) 73 70, M Kinhult (Swe) 72 71, L De Jager  (SAf) 68 75, G Bhullar (India) 70 73, G Fernandez-Castaño  (Esp) 71 72, A Otaegui  (Esp) 71 72, R McEvoy  (Eng) 72 71, L Westwood (Eng) 70 73, J Scrivener (Aus) 69 74, D Fichardt (RSA) 70 73, D Law (Sco) 74 69, M Madsen  (Den) 72 71,
144 K Reitan (Nor) 69 75, E Van Rooyen (RSA) 69 75, J Smith (Eng) 74 70, M Warren (Sco) 69 75, N Bertasio (Ita) 68 76, M Kawamura (Jpn) 73 71, A Chesters  (Eng) 73 71, D Gaunt (Aus) 74 70, R Karlsson (Swe) 73 71, L Slattery (Eng) 70 74, M Kieffer (Ger) 73 71, A Connelly (Can) 69 75, M Orrin (Eng) 70 74, D Burmester (SAf) 70 74, D Papadatos (Aus) 72 72, J Walters (SAf) 69 75, Y Miyazato (Jpn) 70 74, G Coetzee (SAf) 69 75, S Crocker (USA) 74 70, R Wattel  (Fra) 73 71
145 L Herbert (Aus) 69 76, S Horsfield (Eng) 68 77, A Arnaus (Spn) 72 73, L Bjerregaard  (Den) 71 74, R Karlberg  (Swe) 71 74, J Dantorp (Swe) 72 73, N Colsaerts  (Bel) 70 75, J McLeod (Aus) 76 69, N Elvira  (Esp) 72 73, S Soderberg (Swe) 70 75, T Olesen (Den) 71 74, J Singh Brar  (Eng) 72 73, A Karlsson  (Swe) 71 74, M Pavon (Fra) 70 75, M Nixon (Eng) 71 74
146 P Langfors (Swe) 74 72, R Fox (Nzl) 74 72, J Van Zyl (SAf) 71 75, E Bertheussen (Nor) 72 74, A Wu (Chn) 72 74, N Højgaard (Den) 69 77, A Bland (Aus) 74 72, A Levy (Fra) 71 75, V Perez (Fra) 73 73, F Bergamaschi (Ita) 73 73 
147 N Kristensen  (Den) 71 76, S Gallacher (Sco) 72 75, K Samooja (Fin) 73 74, C Shinkwin (Eng) 72 75, D Howell (Eng) 73 74
148 J Wang (SKor) 69 79, P Figueiredo  (Portugal) 75 73, G Green  (Mas) 76 72, A Hansen (Den) 76, S Hend (Aus) 74 74, J Campillo (Esp) 75 73, Z Lombard  (SAf) 72 76, L Gagli  (Ita) 74 74
149 D Lawson (Aus) 75 74, D Borda (Esp) 77 72, S Brown (Eng) 73 76, B Ritthammer (Ger) 72 77, J Senior (Eng) 74 75, J Kruyswijk (SAf) 72 77 
150 C Gloet  (Den) 74 76, R Paratore (Ita) 76 74, H Leon (Chi) 73 77, O Jørgensen (Den) 75 75 
151 S Kjeldsen (Den) 74 77, C Sordet  (Fra) 71 80
152 G Kristjansson  (Isl) 78 74
153 J Huldahl (Den) 76 77, L Johnston (Sco) 73 80, R Gouveia (Por) 77 76, N Tinning (Den) 76 77,
159 D Gavins (Eng) 79 80
** R Jacquelin (Fra) 75 RT, B Dredge (Wal) 76 RT, P Hanson (Swe) RT  0, M Manassero (Ita) RT  0,

French amateur Pauline (18)
leads field on home turf

EVIAN-LES-BAINS, FRANCE – May 24, 2019: France’s No.1 amateur Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, pictured, is one stroke clear of the field heading into the final round of the Jabra Ladies Open in her attempt to win the dual ranking Ladies European Tour and LET Access Series event and qualify for the Evian Championship.
The 18-year-old from Toulon shot a second round of two-under-par 69 in warm and benign conditions at Evian Resort Golf Club on Friday for a 36-hole total of five-under-par ahead of England’s Annabel Dimmock, with Germany’s Olivia Cowan two strokes further behind in third place.
Roussin-Bouchard, who is a member at the Evian Resort Golf Club, began at the 15th hole and bogeyed the 17th but quickly recovered with a birdie on the par-5 18th. She carded another bogey on the fifth, but had three further birdies on the fourth, seventh and ninth holes, ending with a satisfying par on her last hole, the par-3 14th, where she hit a perfect flop shot from behind the green.
She said afterwards: “It was great. I actually didn’t play as well as yesterday because I missed a few shots over the first 12 holes, but I managed to putt well and had lots of up and downs.  The greens were a bit faster so when you had a downhill putt, it was very fast and you needed to manage it, but it was a bit like yesterday, so good.”
Roussin-Bouchard was thrilled that her parents had surprised her by asking her brother, Hugo, a 2-handicapper who is four years her senior, to come and caddie for the final round.  
Should she win the dual-ranking event, she would become the first amateur to win on the LET since Atthaya Thitikul in the 2017 Thailand Championship aged 14, although 17-year-old Swiss amateur Elena Moosmann won the VP Bank Ladies Open on the LET Access Series three weeks ago.
Dimmock, whose best finish in three years on tour was third in the 2017 Lalla Meryem Cup, is also looking for a breakthrough victory and was pleased with a second consecutive round of two-under-par 69.
The 22-year-old from Buckinghamshire said: “It was pretty steady. I had a blip on 14 and made a double but I didn’t lose my head. I just kept in there and bounced back with a birdie on 16 and then 18, the two par fives.
“It’s really challenging if you don’t hit it in the fairways. My goal going out tomorrow is to keep hitting the fairways because into these greens, you’re hitting some long clubs and from the rough you can’t control it. It’s challenging but I like it and I think playing it slightly longer is good.”
England’s Hannah Burke and Emma Grechi from France are tied for fourth on one-under-par, with Gabriella Cowley, Meghan MacLaren, Filippa Moork and Kylie Henry tied for sixth.
Following Saturday’s third and final round, the leading two players not otherwise exempt will qualify for the Evian Championship, which is the only major in continental Europe and takes place in July.
Third Hole-in-One!
The shot of the day belonged to Swiss professional Clara Pietri, 24, from Geneva, who made a hole-in-one at the 212yd par-3 14th hole, using a 5-wood.
It was the third hole-in-one in the first two days of the tournament, following Florentyna Parker at the eighth and Sarah Nilsson at the 16th in the first round.  
It was also the ninth ace of the Ladies European Tour season in the 10th tournament of the year.  



Thursday, May 23, 2019

Lily May Humphreys leading qualifier for English women's amateur match-play
England international Lily May Humphreys underlined her sparkling form when she led the qualifiers for the match play at the English Women’s Amateur Championship at Saunton, Devon.
The 17-year-old – who has already won the Welsh and Irish stroke play titles this month – was two under par after 36 holes on the West course.
Her two rounds of 71 put her six shots ahead of fellow internationals, Nicola Slater from Yorkshire and Emily Toy from Cornwall – and made her top seed for the first time in her career.
Humphreys, a Curtis Cup player from Stoke by Nayland in Essex, makes no secret of her desire to follow through and win this championship for the second time.
She took the title in 2017, when it was a stroke play event, and said: “I would really like to win it again, especially with the form I’m in – and it would be nice to win in the different format.”
She’s got much respect for the course, commenting: “It’s short, but it’s playing hard, the greens are firm and there are some tricky pin positions. You have to keep the ball on the fairways and on the greens, if you don’t there’s a lot of thick rough.”
Humphreys was one of only three players to beat par today, with Caley McGinty of Gloucestershire and Thalia Kirby of Buckinghamshire both returning one-under 71 and qualifying on five-over par.
It proved a popular score, with a total of six players on that mark. The others were defending champion Georgina Blackman of Essex, who was level par today; Fairhaven Trophies winner Rosie Belsham of Northumberland; international Bel Wardle of Cheshire; and Cornwall county champion Megan Giles.
The leading 32 players and ties qualified for the match play, with the cut falling on 14-over par and a total of 33 players making it through. A preliminary round will be played tomorrow between Ebonie Lewis of Gloucestershire and Emily Brennan of Staffordshire to determine who takes 32nd place in the main draw.
The championship was played over 72-holes of stroke play for the past seven years, before reverting to match play. The last time it was played as a knock-out Charley Hull lost in the final to Lucy Williams.
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Caption: Lily May Humphreys (image copyright Leaderboard Photography)

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+1115 *+38164 145
146EnglandElliott Fullalove 
  Braintree Golf Club
+12F *+28375 158
147EnglandJamie Richards
+1315 *+97770 147
T148EnglandJasper Carr
  Chigwell GC
+14F+78080 160
T148EnglandJacob Hunter
+14F+127585 160
T148EnglandGeorge Henderson
+14F *+68179 160
T151EnglandDeclan Illingsworth
  Formby Golf Club
+15F+107883 161
T151EnglandLuke Roberts
  Brocket Hall GC
+159 *+78144 125
153BelgiumLars Buijs
  Royal Antwerp GC Club
+1615+68367 150
154United StatesPhillip Yribarren
+20F+138086 166
RTDEnglandJosh White 
+712+37752 129
RTDEnglandLiam O'Neill
  Strike Sports
+8  81  81

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