Our thanks to Ferndown for their continued support in hosting the finals.
|Toby Trott v Jack Kerslake:-So an all Weymouth Final with Toby giving Jack one shot. Jack was out driving Toby by some 30 plus yards and with both players playing well it was very tight match refereed by our President John White. Toby won the seconde and Jack evened it up on the fourth. Toby regained the lead taking the ninth with a nic par. Jack took the eleventh and then stepped up a gear o take the thirteenth to take the lead for the first time in the match. He extended it to two by winning the sixteenth and a halve on the next saw him take the title of 2017 Peter Alliss Young Master.|
|Toby Trott v Jenson Bull:- This match was a tight affair with Jenson just having the edge over the front nine. All credit to Toby who jung in and then pulled things back squaring the match on seventeen. They halved the last and on the first extra hole Toby had the advantage and won that to pull off a great win and put himself into the afternoon's final.|
|Mannie Wellman v Jake Kerslake:- On paper this looked like a tight match both had played very well the day before. Jack continued in good form but Mannie seemed a little out of sorts. Jack soon built up a four hole lead but then Mannie started to claw his way back into the game and got it back to one down. Jack then upped his game and took the match 4&3 to set up an all Weymouth Final.|
|Toby Trott v Oscar Thomas:- With Oscar having 5 shots this was always going to be a tight game and that proved to be the case. Toby got it back to all square towards the end and then managed to take the match on the nineteenth. Well played both players good match to watch.|
|Jenson Bull v Alfie Crisp:- Well having had the morning off Jenson made light work of Alfie who had a great win in the morning but his morning form left him and Jenson won 9&8.|
|Mannie Wellman v Gus Moxon:- Another cracking match to watch Mannie was down by two or three for the first nine but then turned it around through the back nine to take the match 3&2.|
|Jack Kerslake v Toby Boyde:- We had some cracking golf this afternoon and this match was no exception. It was nip and tuck and Toby had the initiative early on. Jack stuck to his game and finaally ground the win.|
|Toby Troot v Josh Randall:- A cracking match and Toby ran out a 2&1 win.|
|Oliver Rogers v Oscar Thomas:- Oscar won 8&6 playing some fine golf from the start to close this one out early.|
|Jenson Bull v Jake Read:- With Jake away on holiday it was a free morning for Jenson with a Walkover.|
|Andy Su v Alfie Crisp:- Alfie won 8&6 playing some fine golf to leave Andy wondering what happened?|
|Mannie Wellman v Will Walker:- A very good tussle by two evenly matched players. Mannie just took the initiative over the latter stages to take the match 4&3|
|Gus Moxon v Tom Bastow:-Two members of the Under14 squad went head to head and Gus came out on top winning 3&2.|
|Jack Kerslake v Connor Moore:- Conner had the initiative in the early stages but Jack stuck with him and fought back to turn it around and win 2&1.|
|Toby Boyde v Zac Mudford:- Toby was giving 8 shots but this did not phase him and he played some fine golf finally winning 4&3.|
On a cold and blustery day the third round of the Alliss Young Masters got under way at Canford School. The course and greens were in great condition for the time of year but with the wind and soft fairways it was tough to score. The spoils went to Oliver Griffiths from Sherborne who had a great 37 points as did Parkstone’s Jenson Bull. The ever consistent Jake Read Ferndown Forest was third with 36 points one ahead of Broadstones Oscar Thomas on 35. So we go to Somerley next month with it wide open as to who will make the finals at Ferndown in April.
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After some torrential rain on the Saturday we arrived at Henstridge to find the sun shining. The course was very well presented and a good days golf was had by all the players with the club making both them and the parents most welcome. Toby Trott Weymouth had the best of the day with a fine 46 points one ahead of Knighton's Andy Su, Josh Randall from Barton and Gus Moxon from Parkstone. Young Andy Crisp form Lyme was two shots of with 44 points. We now go to Ferndown Forest for the second round in November.
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