Four of England’s leading golfers will head Down Under in the New Year for a tour of Australia, competing in four top events.
The players are Scott Gregory of Hampshire, Bradley Moore of Derbyshire, Marco Penge of Sussex and Alfie Plant of Kent. The four, all members of the England Men’s squad, will play:
- The Australian Master of the Amateurs at Royal Melbourne, from 4-7 January
- The Australian Amateur at Yarra Yarra and Penninsula Kingswood Country Club from 17-22 January
- The Avondale Amateur at Avondale from 24-27 January
- The New South Wales Amateur at Terrey Hills and Killara from 30 Jan–3 Feb
Scott Gregory, 22, (Corhampton) is the Amateur Champion, he helped England to win the world silver medal at the Eisenhower Trophy and he won the 2016 England men’s Order of Merit.
Bradley Moore, 19, (Kedleston Park) was joint runner-up in the Lytham Trophy, was in England’s winning team against France and helped Europe win the Bonallack Trophy.
Marco Penge, 18, (Golf at Goodwood) was fifth on the English Men’s Order of Merit, having tied for the French amateur among other high finishes.
Alfie Plant, 24, (Sundridge Park) won the Lytham Trophy and sank the birdie putt to secure England’s world championship silver medal. He was runner up on the England Golf Men’s Order of Merit.
Caption: Alfie Plant (left) and Bradley Moore (image copyright Leaderboard Photography).