Royal Ashdown Forest Golf Club (Old Course), 12 - 14 July 2016
English Boys' Under 16 Open Amateur Stroke Play (McGregor Trophy)
Wednesday 13 July
The Cut was +8, 51 players (40 and ties) will play Round 3 and 4 on Thursday.
Play will be from 7:00am in 3 balls.
The Clubhouse, Catering and Driving Range will be open from 6:00am.
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 4.4.
The Championship is over 72 holes of stroke play 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.
- 14.07.16: Denmark’s Rasmus wins the McGregor Trophy by six - Denmark's Rasmus Hojgaard put on a command performance today to win theMcGregor Trophyby six shots, finishing on seven-under par at Royal Ashdown Forest in Sussex.
- 14.07.16: Rasmus moves ahead with a round to play - Denmark's Rasmus Hojgaard takes a one shot lead into the last round of the McGregor Trophy at Royal Ashdown Forest, which promises to be an exciting finale.
- 13.07.16: Goddard holds halfway lead after bogey free 68 - England's Harry Goddard shot a bogey free 68 today to take a three-shot halfway lead in the McGregor Trophy at Royal Ashdown Forest in Sussex.
- 13.07.16: Tom beats the challenges to lead the McGregor - Teenager Tom Matthews overcame a host of challenges to take the first round lead in the McGregor Trophy with a score of two-under par 70 at Royal Ashdown Forest.
- 12.07.16: International tie at the top in weather hit McGregor Trophy - There's an international tie at the top in the McGregor Trophy with English, Dutch and Danish players setting the pace before bad weather interrupted the first round at Royal Ashdown Forest in Sussex.
Set in the heart of the Ashdown Forest, one of the things that golf lovers most appreciate about playing here is that so little has changed over the club’s 125 year history. Heather, humps, hollows, pools and streams remain nature’s defence against shooting a low score.
Situated approximately 30 miles (48 km) south of London in East Sussex, there are only four other courses in East and West Sussex that make Golf World's top 100 and none, apart from Royal Ashdown, that can boast two in the top 200 courses in England.