England quartet target European team title

Todd Clements

English amateur champion Todd Clements and fellow internationals David Hague, Matthew Jordan and Gian-Marco Petrozzi will represent England in the European Nations Cup later this month.

They will be targeting England’s seventh victory in the championship, which will be played at Sotogrande, Spain, from 18-21 April. England’s most recent win was in 2015.
The team:
Todd Clements, 21, (Braintree, Essex) won the 2017 English amateur championship and is currently the leading England player in the world amateur rankings at 17th. He recently played all four rounds of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. (Image copyright Leaderboard Photography)
David Hague, 21, (Malton & Norton, Yorkshire) won twice last season – the Lagonda Trophy and the North of England amateur – and followed up this year with fine form on a tour of Australia, taking second place in the Avondale amateur.
Matthew Jordan, 22, (Royal Liverpool, Cheshire) was England’s top male amateur last year after playing his way into the Walker Cup team with a string of classy performances including a win in the St Andrews Links Trophy. He is currently 19th in the world.
Gian-Marco Petrozzi, 20, (Trentham, Staffordshire) is a consistent title challenger and won the 2018 New South Wales Amateur on a tour of Australia and was last year’s Welsh open stroke play champion.
England quartet target European team title
English amateur champion Todd Clements and fellow internationals David Hague, Matthew Jordan and Gian-Marco Petrozzi will represent England in the European Nations Cup later this month.
They will be targeting England’s seventh victory in the championship, which will be played at Sotogrande, Spain, from 18-21 April. England’s most recent win was in 2015.
The team:
Todd Clements, 21, (Braintree, Essex) won the 2017 English amateur championship and is currently the leading England player in the world amateur rankings at 17th. He recently played all four rounds of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. (Image copyright Leaderboard Photography)
David Hague, 21, (Malton & Norton, Yorkshire) won twice last season – the Lagonda Trophy and the North of England amateur – and followed up this year with fine form on a tour of Australia, taking second place in the Avondale amateur.
Matthew Jordan, 22, (Royal Liverpool, Cheshire) was England’s top male amateur last year after playing his way into the Walker Cup team with a string of classy performances including a win in the St Andrews Links Trophy. He is currently 19th in the world.
Gian-Marco Petrozzi, (Trentham, Staffordshire) is a consistent title challenger and won the 2018 New South Wales Amateur on a tour of Australia and was last year’s Welsh open stroke play champion.