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.


Golf investment pays off

A GOLF centre is bucking the trend when it comes to attracting new golfers after installing an all-weather coaching area.

Billy McKenzie

History repeats itself for marvellous McKenzie

Last year he was crowned AMC Conference Player of the Year and nominated for a Jack Nicklaus Award, before flying home for summer to claim one of the most prestigious 72-hole strokeplay titles in English Amateur golf – The Berkshire Trophy.

Scott Gregory   Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Debutant Gregory helps hosts retain St Andrew’s Trophy

Corhampton’s Scott Gregory picked up three points out of four on his Great Britain and Ireland debut as the hosts retained the St Andrew’s Trophy at Prince’s last week with a thrilling comeback draw against Continental Europe.

Scott Gregory won the British Amateur title last month. Picture: Tony Marshall/R&A

Gregory eyes historic win at Ganton

Scott Gregory will bid to become only the second player to win the British and English Amateur titles in the same season when he tees off at Ganton today.

Corhampton Golf Club member Scott Gregory Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Gregory can feel proud of Open efforts

Scott Gregory will walk away from Royal Troon feeling proud of himself despite missing the halfway cut in the 145th Open in Scotland.

Scott Gregory shot a 78 in his first round at The Open at Royal Troon Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Gregory confident of making cut at Open

Scott Gregory had the ultimate roller-coaster ride as he outscored his two playing partners, former champions David Duval and Sandy Lyle, in today’s first round of The Open at Royal Troon.

Justin Rose, left, and Scott Gregory during practice at Royal Troon Golf Cllub. Picture: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Gregory teams up with Rose ahead of Open bid

Scott Gregory enjoyed the company of Justin Rose as he finalised his preparations for this year’s Open Championship.

Open-minded Gregory sets sights on Troon’s Silver

Open-minded Gregory sets sights on Troon’s Silver

Scott Gregory will be bidding to become only the second Hampshire player to win The Open’s Silver Medal at Royal Troon this weekend.

Scott Gregory, right, with Jordan Spieth

Gregory gets some Major Open advice from duo

Having the competitor’s badge that enables players access to almost any where at Royal Troon will probably provide the biggest boost to Scott Gregory’s dream of becoming a European Tour player – regardless of how he performs at The Open this week.

British  Amateur champion Scott Gregory Picture: Tony Marshall/R&A

Gregory paired with former champions at Open

Scott Gregory will play alongside two former Claret Jug winners at this year’s Open Championship.

Martin Young

Young keen to spearhead Hampshire trophy defence

Hampshire captain Martin Young will lead his county from the front when he plays in his 17th successive South East Qualifier at Reading’s Calcot Park on Saturday.

The 13th hole at Waterlooville Golf Club

Waterlooville ‘honoured’ to host prestigious finals

Waterlooville Golf Club has been chosen to host the 2016 English Women’s County Finals in September.

Rowlands Castle's Tom Robson. Picture: Andrew Griffin

Robson takes reins as Hampshire aim to improve

Tom Robson made a winning start after becoming the youngest-ever Hampshire Colts captain on Sunday.

Past and present Corhampton captains with Scott Gregory and the British Amateur trophy. Picture: Andrew Griffin

How Gregory learnt to thrive in heat of battle

Scott Gregory was given a rapturous reception when he arrived back at Corhampton with the British Amateur trophy on Monday.

Amateur Championship winner Scott Gregory   Picture: The R&A

Gregory toasts Amateur Championship glory

Scott Gregory toasted the biggest win of his golfing career after clinching Amateur Championship glory and admitted: It’s a dream come true.

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