Thursday, October 26, 2017

Who won what at EuroPro Tour Championship on Algarve

1England Adam Chapman
  Carus Green Golf Club
2Korea, Republic Of Min Kyu Kim
  South Korea
T3England Jonathan Thomson
  Rotherham Golf Club
T3Ireland Niall Kearney
  The Royal Dublin Golf Club
5Northern Ireland Dermot McElroy
  Ballymena Golf Club
T6England Neil Raymond
  Corhampton Golf Club
T6England Sam Robertshawe
  Puttenham Constr./Southwood GC
T6England Joe Dean
  Hillsborough Golf Club
T9England Jason Timmis
  Greenway Hall Golf Club
T9England Luke Johnson
  King's Lynn Golf Club
T11England James Robinson
  Southport and Ainsdale Golf Club
T11England Steve Surry
  Cumberwell Park Golf Club
T13England Daniel Gavins
  Walton Range / Howley Hall GC
T13England David Booth
  Rotherham Golf Club
15Northern Ireland Jonathan Caldwell
  Clandeboye Golf Club
T16England James Maw
  Rockliffe Hall
T16England Liam Murray
  LM Club
T16United States Connor Tendall
  Congressional Country Club
T16England Steve Uzzell
  Hornsea Golf Club
T20England Josh Loughrey
  Wrag Barn Golf Club
T20England Guy Woodman
T20England Billy Hemstock
  Teignmouth Golf Club
T20England Hugo Dobson
  Woodbridge Golf Club
T20Ireland Brendan McCarroll
  Narin and Portnoo Golf Club
T25England Miles Collins
  Stoke by Nayland Golf Club
T25Scotland Sean Lawrie
  Paul Lawrie Golf Centre
T25England Luke Cornford
  Cooden Beach Golf
T25Scotland Michael Stewart
  Troon Welbeck Golf Club
T25England Stiggy Hodgson
  Wisley Golf Club
T30England Steve Robins
  Hull Golf Club
T30Wales James Frazer
  Pennard Golf Club
T30England Henry Sheridan-Mills
  Walsall Golf Club
T33England James Adams
  Druids Heath Golf Club
T33England Will Enefer
  Retail Furniture ltd
T35England Ashton Turner
  Kenwick Park Golf Club
T35England Nick Marsh
  Huddersfield Golf Club
T35England Dave Coupland
  Woodhall Spa Golf Club
T35England Mark Young
  Longridge Golf Club
T35England Ben Hall
  Rushcliffe Golf Club
T35South Africa Darryn Lloyd
41England Jack Colegate
  Deangate Ridge Golf Club
T42England James Ruth
  China Fleet Golf and Country Club
T42Scotland Conor O'Neil
  Mearns Castle Golf Academy
T42Ireland Brian CaseyB. Casey
T42England Billy SpoonerB. Spooner
  Boston West Golf Club
T46England Greg PayneG. Payne
  Camberley Heath / MindSet4Golf
T46Ireland Tim RiceT. Rice
  Limerick Golf Club
T48England Nick McCarthy
  Moortown Golf Club
T48England Alasdair Dalgliesh
  Haywards Heath Golf Club
T48England Mike Bedford
  Bramhall Park Golf Club
T51England James Simpson
  Close House Golf Club
T51Scotland John Henry
  Clydebank and District Golf Club
T51England Christopher Evans
  Hatchford Brook Golf Club
54England Robert Burlison
  Enville Golf Club
T55England Nick Watson
  Stoke Rochford Golf Club
T55England Jordan Wrisdale

Cumbrian Chapman wins £22,540 first prize 

at EuroPro Tour Championship

Adam Chapman clinched the PGA EuroPro Tour Sky Sports Tour Championship in style, leading from wire to wire and collected an ace in the process at Amendoeira Golf Resort on the Algarve.
Chapman (Carus Green Golf Club, Kendal, Cumbria) started his final round in less than convincing fashion, picking up two bogeyss and just one birdie in his first six holes whilst young M K Kim from South Korea hit three birdies to tie for the lead.
“In a way, it put my mind off the title and made me get a grip of myself. I preferred being level trying to chase the win; I almost felt too comfortable with a four-shot lead,” said Chapman, who wins £22,540 as well as a brand new Motocaddy S3 PRO electric trolley with lithium battery, Bushnell Pro X2 Range Finder and Bolle sunglasses.

His first win of the EuroPro season sees him finish third in the Order of Merit and earn a Challenge Tour card for 2018; he started the week ranked 54th.
After picking up an ace in his second round he almost repeated the feat on the 11th hole on his final round. He said: “I wasn’t attacking the pin as it was 163 yards into wind, but I pulled it. As I hit it I really thought this can’t happen again.”
With the season now complete, the top five on the tour standings earn a category on next year’s Challenge Tour. Injured Chris Lloyd (The Kendleshire) claimed the top spot by less than £600, he is followed by rookie of the year M K Kim in second.
Chapman catapults into third after his win at Amendoeria Golf Resort with Nick Marsh (Huddersfield Golf Club) dropping to fourth place. Jonathan Caldwell (Clandeboye Golf Club) sneaked into fifth and the final Challenge Tour spot after claiming 15th place in the Tour Championship.
Chapman restored his lead to three shots heading into the last few holes. He said: “It didn’t feel comfortable at all, with Kim knocking flags out for fun, it was tough. He is some talent.”
 + Highlights from the Sky Sports Tour Championship at Amendoeira Golf Resort will air on Sky Sports Golf on November 7.




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