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on Mon May 1, 2017
Lindrick attracted a very strong field to play for The Danny Willet Salver, a Yorkshire Order of Merit event. The day saw the course battered by very strong winds and even stronger gusts that proved to be extremely challenging and not surprisingly a CSS of 76 and 75! The first round saw a tie for the lead between Lindrick's Nathan Fell and Fulford's Charlie Thornton who both shot a level par 70.
A second round 71 was enough to earn Charlie the top prize with Nathan leading home a strong contingent of home club players in the silver medal position with a second round 75 for a total of 145. Ian Clark (151) was 7th and notably 15 year old Tom Osborne finished in 17th spot with a two round total of 153.
Danny Willett was on hand to present the prizes and is pictured above with Nathan.
on Sat April 29, 2017
The Lindrick youngsters continue to make a fast start to the season and this week it was the turn of San Rook. Sam won the first Yorkshire Order of Merit event with a new course record 5 under round of 67 at Hessle which showed great resolve and a battling spirit following a disappointing first round 78 "where I was hitting it really well but putting badly".
on Fri April 21, 2017
Lindrick's youngsters gave an impressive display in the Midland GU under 16 scratch stroke play tournament at Hawkstone Park this week.
The tournament attracted top junior entries from all over the country and saw 15yo Tom Osborne (3 hcap) make a last nine push with two birdies to see him tie the overall lead on 216 after three rounds. Tom was unlucky to lose the title in a sudden death play off with Ifield's Charlie Hinton at the first extra hole. Charlie Daughtrey finished three off the lead and youngster Josh Berry was also placed in the event.
In the girls championship, Mia Eales Smith (above) still only 14yo (5 hcap) disputed the lead for all three days before finishing second by only one shot with a 233 total to fellow England squad member Jess Baker from Gosforth.
on Wed March 22, 2017
Lindrick's Bailey Gill has won the Bernard Darwin Salver at Rye, in Sussex, by a commanding nine shots.
The wet and windy conditions meant the event was restricted to 54 holes rather than its usual 72-hole format but Bailey had already taken a 10-shot advantage into the final day's play after successive rounds of 65 for a six-under-par 36-hole aggregate.
The current Welsh Youths’ Open Championship and Yorkshire Matchplay Champion added a 78 in near unplayable conditions for a final total of 208 while clubmate Nathan Fell was in eighth position after rounds of 75,71 & 79.
Bailey has made a fast start to the season with the Darwin Salver performance adding to his 7th place finish in the Portugese International Amateur Championship in February and a top 16 placing in the Spanish International Amateur Championship earlier this month. Those results will see Bailey take big strides up the prestigious World Amateur Rankings as well as welcome him to a new handicap of +4.
on Sun March 5, 2017
Lindrick's Luke Jackson has just returned from Spain and Portugal where his early season preparations were boosted by a fourth place finish in the Evolve Pro Tour. The event played at Murcia's La Serena course saw Luke race to an explosive start and was 5 under after 7 holes to end the day in the leading pack with a first round 69. The second day saw Luke scoring birdies on 16 and 18 to ensure he finished in the prize money with an overall score one under par.
The last course to host a GB&I victory, in 1957, Lindrick continues to be recognised as one of the great courses in British golf.
Lindrick golf club are proud of three of their members, after they were included in Europe's Ryder Cup team.
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Last updated: Thursday 16th February, 16:10