Leader Hayward and his playing partner Remy Miller were preparing to tee off on the third hole.It was not the way anyone in the field wanted the championship or the England Golf season to end – especially Prestbury’s Miller who bids farewell to boys golf and heads off to college in Texas on Tuesday.
It is now played at various venues around England, but returns to Moor Park at five year intervals reflecting the inauguration of the trophy at this course. Carris Trophy: Slater holds on. However, Mother Nature had the final word.With rain still falling, the course sodden, and fading daylight hours always an enemy, the decision was made at 4.15 pm to cancel the third round.Hayward’s rounds of 67 and 68 showed the Derbyshire golfer’s undoubtedly ability.In the course of the two completed rounds, the 16-year-old rattled off 10 birdies and played the game with a smile on his face.When asked if he led a lunchtime rain dance knowing bad weather was on its way, Hayward added:“I was! He opened with twelve consecutive pars before picking up a shot on the 13th but then dropped it again on the very next hole.First round leader Craig Passmore from Torquay dropped down the leaderboard with a 75 the next day but has bounced back to third after posting a two under par 70 to finish in third place on three-under par 213.It was also a great day for Spain’s Rodrigo Martin and Italy’s Lucas Nicolas Fallotico who both carded rounds of 68. (Carris Trophy) Luffenham Heath has played proud host to some significant, external competitions in its illustrious history to date. Barclay Brown follows in the foot steps of Justin Rose, Graham Storm and Fulford's very own Jonathan Plaxton.WELL DONE BARCLAY AND THANKS FULFORD FOR ANOTHER GREAT WEEK! Four more birdies followed along with four bogeys as he too signed for a 67.All three golfers were content with the scores even if they took different routes – but all accept that the hard work has only just begun.Hayward (main image) said: “It was a good round and I got off to a solid start. Starting Date: Tuesday, 25. The Hazards Trophy complete with the Captains camera It’s appropriate then that the 14-year-old spends the hours practising to try and get to the point where his game is on another planet. They finished on level par 288 one shot ahead of an England 1 team made up of Ben Schmidt, Conor Gough and Max Hopkins.We proudly support thousands of clubs and players across the country and we always welcome everyone, whatever stage they’re at in their golfing life. West Sussex, Pulborough, West Sussex , England. When the wind gusts at 35mph over the tough back nine at Burnham and Berrow in Somerset, it … I was trying to keep level-headed. The Kedleston Park golfer won the famous trophy after recording a 36-hole total of five-under-par with rounds of 67 and 68 at Broadstone Golf Club. Contents. Year Venue Winner Total 2019 Moor Park B. Schmidt 283* 2018 Fulford B. Carris Trophy: Grande secondo posto di Gregorio De Leo . The Kedleston Park golfer won the famous trophy after recording a 36-hole total of five-under-par with rounds of 67 and 68 at Broadstone Golf Club.The championship was scheduled to be decided over 72 holes of stroke play.However, torrential rain on Tuesday wiped out round one and the final round today was abandoned as a monsoon swept into Poole and turned the fairways into rivers.It was a frustrating end to a disrupted season for all 132 boys in the starting field, but Hayward’s classy play and positive attitude shone through to allow him to lead the way.The 16-year-old’s victory came by two shots from Alfie Robinson from Pyecombe Golf Club in Sussex and three from Joseph Quinn playing out of Northants County Golf Club after the result was called on the scores from just two rounds.These three players were the only boys in the field to shoot under par in their consecutive rounds.“It feels amazing,” said Hayward who has a tale to tell when he returns for his A-Level year at Chellaston Academy in Derbyshire next week.“It’s my first time in this event having played in the Reid and McGregor Trophies previously.“I know it was English lads only this year, but it’s one of the best events and I’m happy.“This morning on the back nine was difficult and the wind picked up and it started to rain but I managed to hold it together and rolled some putts in.”Incredibly, all 50 players who made the cut after Wednesday’s opening round were in with a shout of winning going into the final day.
The Englishman and the Norwegian were tied 13th after level par opening rounds of 72 but will go into the third round in a share of the lead on five-under par 139 after both carded best-of-the-day rounds of 67. It was nip & tuck for most of the front 9 as Brown hung in with a hole out for par on 7 and a whole host of lengthy putts dropping as De Leo looked comfortable heading into the final few holes.De Leo faltered on the 15th resulting in the Italian taking a 1 shot lead into the final stretch at Fulford which for those who have played the course will understand opportunities are presented. Brown 280 2017 …
George followed his 71 & 76 with another 76 and an 81 resulting in a 58Chartham Park’s Joe Sullivan wandered round Fulford in 66 shots giving him the outright lead heading into Wednesday.