England Golf Mid-Amateur Champion, Nick Day and current leader of England Golf’s Order of Merit, Mitch Waite, are among seven leading players selected to represent Gloucestershire as well as the South West in the Men’s England Golf County Finals at Aldeburgh Golf Club, Suffolk, between 28 & 30 September.
Reaching the final for the first time in twelve years, the seven man Gloucestershire team will take on the challenge of Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and BB&O (Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire) in its bid to win this prestigious event, which it last won at Formby, Liverpool, in 1979.
Jack Cope, 19, (The Players Club)
Nick Day, 38, (Henbury GC)
Joe Harvey, 21, (The Kendleshire)
Alex Ireland, 21, (Brickhampton Court GC)
Joe Long, 21, (Lansdown GC)
Jake Phillips, 26, (Cotswold Hills GC)
Mitch Waite, 23, (Filton GC)
Non Playing Captain, Gary Ward, (The Kendleshire)
The Championship shall be played by match play on a ‘Round Robin’ basis over 3 days.
Each day’s play shall have 2 matches each consisting of 3 games of 18 hole foursomes in the morning and 6 games of 18 hole singles in the afternoon.
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