West Sussex Golf Club, 25-28 July 2017
English Boys' Under 18 Open Amateur Stroke Play (Carris Trophy)
The Championship is open to boy amateur golfers of all nationalities who are under the age of 18 on 1st January of the year in which the Championship is played.
The Championship is played over 72 holes of stroke play over four days, 18 holes being played on each day. After 36 holes, the leading 60 competitors and ties for 60th place, play a further 18 holes on the third day, followed by a re-draw and a final 18 holes on the fourth 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.
- 22.07.16: Flanagan wins electrifying showdown for Carris Trophy - Angus Flanagan won an electrifying showdown for the Carris Trophy today after Denmark's Jacob Olesen steamrollered through the field with 10-under par 62 to force a play-off at Hunstanton in Norfolk.
- 21.07.16: Flanagan holds off his ‘moving day’ challengers - It was moving day in the Carris Trophy today and the pressure was on - but no-one could catch overnight co-leader Angus Flanagan.
- 21.07.16: Oddy climbs Carris leaderboard as second round finishes - Hampshire's Josh Oddy climbed the leaderboard into fifth place as the second round of the Carris Trophy was finally completed at Hunstanton.
- 20.07.16: English pair lead weather-hit Carris Tophy on seven-under - English players Angus Flanagan and Kristian Tannum Donaldson share the lead on seven-under par in the weather-interrupted second round of the Carris Trophy at Hunstanton on the Norfolk coast.
- 19.07.16: Carris Trophy starts with super scoring in the sun - Super scoring in the hot sunshine marked the first day of the boys' Carris Trophy at Hunstanton in Norfolk, with two players leading the way on four-under 68.
West Sussex is a private members club where the pleasure of playing on an outstanding world-rated golf course is matched by the opportunity to socialise in a traditionally styled clubhouse providing friendly service, comfortable members’ facilities and catering renowned for its quality and value. The atmosphere throughout reflects the enthusiasm with which members preserve the best of the old whilst embracing the benefits of the new.