Thursday, August 23, 2018


James Wilson wins Welsh open stroke-play after play-off

James Wilson (Balmore), pictured, opted to play in the Welsh men's open stroke-play championship instead of the North-east District Open at the weekend - and he won it at the first hole of a play-off against Tom Sloman (Taunton and Pickeridge) at Pyle and Kenfig on the South Wales coastline.
They had tied after 72 holes on level par 284, Wilson with rounds of 70, 72, 72 and 70, Sloman with 71, 73, 71 and 68.
That means Scots hold both the Welsh amateur open stroke-play titles as Hannah McCook (Grantown on Spey) won the women's championship at Aberdovey earlier in the season, also after a play-off (she beat Sophie Lamb at the first extra hole). 

MEN'S LEADING SCORES AT PYLE AND KENFIG
Par 284 (4x71). SSS 74. CSS 75 75 75 74
284 James Wilson (Balmore) 70 72 72 70, Tom Sloman (Taunton and Pickeridge) 71 73 71 68 (Wilson won at first extra hole).
285 Will Poole (Mendip Spring) 7077 70 68.

OTHER SCOTS' TOTALS
291 Eric McIntosh (Bruntsfield Links) 72 77 74 68 (T16)
298 Jim Johnston (Ayr Belleisle) 73 76 75 74, Jeff Wright (Forres) 74 74 76 74.
MISSED THE CUT (149 and better qualified)
151 R J Smith (Dalmahoy) 74 77.
158 A Davidson (Charleton) 78 80
159 B Henderson (Deeside) 77 82, S Macpherson (Bothwell Castle) 77 82.
162 N Saldarov (Craigielaw) 81 81

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