Talented quartet target Italian championship

Matthew Freeman

Four talented teenagers will represent England in the Italian U16 International at Biella Golf Club, from 5-7 Sept.

Talented quartet target Italian championship
 
Four talented teenagers will represent England in the Italian U16 International at Biella Golf Club, from 5-7 Sept.
 
They are Matt Freeman of Nottinghamshire, Conor Gough and Tom Gregory of BB&O (Berks, Bucks & Oxon) and Robin Williams of Northamptonshire. 
 
Freeman, 16, (Notts.) was fifth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, runner-up, individually, in the Midland qualifying event for Boys’ County Finals, and has had top 30 finishes in the U18 Carris Trophy and the U16 McGregor Trophy. 
 
Gough, 14, (Stoke Park) was runner-up in the Italian U16 championship last year. He recently helped England win the team championship at the European Young Masters and was seventh in the boys’ event, among a series of other high finishes.
 
Gregory, 14, (Stoke Park) has been a regular high finisher in this season’s tournaments with results including fifth place in the U16 McGregor Trophy and 13th in the U14 Reid Trophy.
 
Williams, 15, (Peterborough Milton) was in England’s winning team at the Boys’ Home Internationals, was third in the McGregor Trophy, fifth in the Carris Trophy and reached the match play stages of the English amateur. 
They are Matt Freeman of Nottinghamshire, Conor Gough and Tom Gregory of BB&O (Berks, Bucks & Oxon) and Robin Williams of Northamptonshire. 
 
Freeman, 16, (Notts.) was fifth in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters, individual runner-up in the Midland qualifying event for Boys’ County Finals, and has had top 30 finishes in the U18 Carris Trophy and the U16 McGregor Trophy. (Image copyright Leaderboard Photography).
 
Gough, 14, (Stoke Park) was runner-up in the Italian U16 championship last year. He recently helped England win the team championship at the European Young Masters and was seventh in the boys’ event, among a series of other high finishes.
 
Gregory, 14, (Stoke Park) has been a regular high finisher in this season’s tournaments with results including fifth place in the U16 McGregor Trophy and 13th in the U14 Reid Trophy.
 
Williams, 15, (Peterborough Milton) was in England’s winning team at the Boys’ Home Internationals, was third in the McGregor Trophy, fifth in the Carris Trophy and reached the match play stages of the English amateur.