Seacroft Golf Club, 16 - 18 July 2013
Boys' Under 16 Open Amateur Stroke Play (McGregor Trophy)
The Championship is open to boys under the age of 16 on 1st January of the year in which the Championship is to be played and who hold a playing handicap not exceeding 5.4.
The Championship is over 72 holes of stroke played over three days, 18 holes being played on each of the first two days. After 36 holes, the leading 40 competitors and those tying for 40th place, play a further 36 holes on the third day.
The winner shall be the competitor who returns the lowest score over 72 holes. In the event of a tie, there will be a sudden death play off.
- 19.07.12: It's a fairytale as Storey storms to victory - Jake Storey added his name to the list of northern winners of the McGregor Trophysupported by FootJoywhen he stormed to an impressive victory at Trevose in north Cornwall.
- 18.07.12: Storey and McCullen beat the elements to share lead - Brutal was the only way to describe conditions on day two of the McGregor Trophy, supported by FootJoy. Winds, sometimes gusting to 30mph, and driving rain lashed the Trevose links after which Jake Storey and Haydn McCullen shared the lead.
- 17.07.12: Brady tames wind to hit top at Trevose - The experience of links golf in the wind at County Sligo paid dividends for David Brady on a troublesome opening day of the McGregor Trophy supported by FootJoy on the north Cornwall coast.
- 14.07.11: Hermeston delights his home fans with title double - Jack Hermeston was in a class of his own at South Moor in County Durham, dominating the McGregor Trophy virtually throughout and winning the English boys under 16 championship, supported by FootJoy, at a canter.
Seacroft is a traditional links following an 'out and back' layout along the natural dunes. Great views of the Wash and the distant Norfolk coastline can be seen from many of the back nine tees. Some tee shots are blind with many approach shots to well guarded greens. The coastal winds and deep pot bunkers add to the challenge. Seacroft is played off grass tees and normal greens all year round. Seacroft is a championship links and has hosted many regional and amateur competitions over the years.