Burnham and Berrow Golf Club, 18 - 20 July 2017
English Boys' U16 Open Amateur Stroke Play (McGregor Trophy)
The championship attracts a top quality field of English and international players. It is open to boys aged under 16 on 1 January 2017 and whose playing handicap is 4.4 or better.
The 72-hole stroke play championship is played over three days. The full field plays 18 holes on each of the first two days. After 36 holes, the leading 40 competitors and ties qualify to play the final 36 holes on the third day.
The winner will return the lowest gross score over 72 holes.
- 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.
Burnham & Berrow
Eighteen quality Links holes, set among the towering sand dunes on the Bristol Channel Coast, Burnham and Berrow has for over a century been the venue for many prestigious golfing events, from the British Ladies Amateur Championships, the Brabazon, the Tillman Trophy, the British Boys and English Championships…
From the 1st Tee shot you know you are somewhere special! The Course is laid out in the traditional manner with nine holes out and nine back. The first nine holes skirt the sand dunes and coastline northwards, turning inland and southwards and then following the coast road through Berrow, past the Church and back into Burnham.