Weather woes deny Meon a chance to claim County glory

Meon Valley were denied the chance to claim the County Sevens title for the first time when weather intervened at Stoneham on Sunday.

Hampshire Seniors celebrate after winning the South Eastern Group League title

Lucky number seven brings senior success

It was lucky number seven for Hampshire Seniors as they finally got their hands on the South Eastern Group League title.

Stevie Crozier-Hunt

Stevie steps up the Hunt for scholarship

Stevie Crozier-Hunt’s dreams of earning a golf scholarship to America received a huge boost after the 10-year-old talent tasted Hampshire Schools’ Championships success earlier this month.

Scott Gregory    Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Gutsy Gregory catches Ryder Cup winner’s eye

David Howell has played in two European-winning Ryder Cup teams, so knows a bit about what it takes to transform success in the amateur game into a long and successful career on Tour.

Billy McKenzie   Picture: Sarah Standing

Stateside return sees McKenzie victorious

Billy McKenzie quickly put the disappointment of Hampshire finishing runners-up to Yorkshire at last month’s English County Finals behind him, with a double victory for his William Woods University team at his first US College event back in the States.

Scott Gregory Picture: Peter Byrne

Gregory shoots a 74 at British Masters

Scott Gregory shot an opening-round 74 at the British Masters today.

Corhampton GC member Scott Gregory Picture: Danny Lawson

Gregory keen to master The Grove on tour debut

Scott Gregory’s whirlwind season continues tomorrow when he lines up in his maiden European Tour event – the British Masters.

Colin Roope

Roope at the double as switch pays off

Blackmoor’s Colin Roope has become the first player to land both the Hampshire Order of Merit titles in a season.

Former Ryder Cup player Steve Richardson

Richardson wants Ryder Cup played in right spirit

Steve Richardson wants to see the Ryder Cup played in the right spirit – as a mark of respect to the memory of the late Arnold Palmer.

Corhampton's Scott Gregory Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Gregory helps England to world silver medal

SCOTT GREGORY played a key role as England claimed a silver medal at the World Amateur Team Championship in Mexico.

Billy McKenzie Picture: Andrew Griffin

Hampshire have final hope despite reshuffled pack

Martin Young believes his reshuffled pack could be the key to Hampshire finally winning the English County Championship for the first time since 1996.

Kevin Hickman, Toby Burden and Richard Harris Picture: Leaderboard Photography

Trio lead Hayling into Europe

Hayling’s three-man team of Toby Burden, Richard Harris and Kevin Hickman staged a tremendous late charge to win the English Champion Club title at Stoke by Nayland Golf Club.

Scott Gregory. Picture:  Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Gregory aiming to help England land Eisenhower Trophy in Mexico

SCOTT GREGORY headed off down Mexico way on a mission to land the Eisenhower Trophy.

Ben Lobacz Picture: Andrew Griffin

Lobacz shows Courage in bid to impress county

Ben Lobacz’s mission to prove he is not the forgotten man of Hampshire golf sparked into life in the Courage Trophy – thanks to British Amateur champion Scott Gregory.

Scott Gregory

Gregory makes encouraging Challenge Tour debut

Scott Gregory celebrated his call-up to represent England at the Eisenhower Trophy in Mexico next month by finishing in 42nd place on his European Tour Challenge Tour debut.

Scott Gregory  Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Gregory grateful for US Amateur experience

Corhampton’s Scott Gregory ran out of luck in his bid to become just the fifth player to win the British and US Amateur Championships in the same season since 1895.

Justin Rose Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire

Rose is an inspiration for county’s rising stars

Hampshire have spent the past four years challenging Yorkshire and Lancashire’s domination of the English amateur game.

Wiiner: Harry Ellis

Ellis signs off in style

HARRY Ellis heads back to college in Florida knowing his game is now in the best possible shape – four years after he was lauded as Hampshire’s next Justin Rose following his win in the English Amateur Championship at the age of just 16.

Scott Gregory

Gregory ready for US Amateur bow

Scott Gregory will make his US Amateur Championship debut at Oakland Hills, Michigan, this week.

Darren Walkley. Picture: Andrew Griffin

Walkley determined to make the cut as a pro

HAYLING’s Darren Walkley has decided he could not leave it any longer before turning pro.

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