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PGA Championship Sweep 2024- Entries

Sweep Initial Entries

The total number of entries is 240 at the time of publishing the files. Entries for the PGA Sweep are always the lowest out of the four Majors most likely due to the standing of this major combined with when it is being held. We’ve continued to have email problems despite some changes made by Jason in the approach so we’re still scratching our heads over these – as you will have seen from the initial communication the website was almost ready to be used to collect entries but in the end we decided to hold fire until more testing is complete – we may trial something for an event ahead of the next major – more on that to follow.

The information in the file attachments shows three things. The first table in the file titled ‘USPGA 2024 Entries-1’ is the most important and shows an alphabetical list of the team names along with your team number – if your name doesn’t appear on the list then it means the entry hasn’t been processed – please contact us asap and we’ll investigate as we nearly always seem to have a few teams slip through our manual process. The second table in this same file shows the selection frequencies of the golfers – further comment on the frequencies is included below. The other file titled ‘USPGA Sweep Team Details‘ shows the team composition and your team number from the first table gives you an indication of how far you’ll need to scroll down the list to find your team. Please check your team details to ensure we haven’t made any entry errors as predictive text can catch us out and there are quite a few golfers in this field with the same surname – it was possible to put together a team containing three Kims, one Im, and a couple of Smiths or Hojgaards or Svenssons – no one went for that approach.

LSS – No action required right now – more later

Winning Golfer Prize– this is based on the finishing positions, and you’ll need to have included the winning golfer in your line up to have a chance.

Consolation Events – These will feature in our sweeps as it keeps the interest for everyone over the weekend. It is weekend scores only and there will be four categories depending on how many of your golfers have missed the cut. We pay to the top two except for MC4/5 where it is first only. Ties will be split.

Selection Frequencies – this can be seen in the second table of the pdf attachment. The inform Rory (and previous winner at this course) is the top pick with 72 teams selecting him. Many picked him before news of his breakup came through – Jason’s view is that divorce improves your golf whilst marriage worsens one’s game and he referenced Thomas, Spieth and Fowler …Mrs Kelly better watch out:-). Despite the very high price Scheffler was selected by 40 teams. A few teams went for the 100+ double by selecting both Mcilroy and Scheffler leaving only 79 to spend on four other golfers – we’ll see how they fair – there could be a mini league for those teams. Homa was also very popular with 61 teams putting him in and the reliable Straka was the third highest pick at 50. The field for this major is 156 and of these 41 were not included in any of the sweep teams. One of our sweep regulars Marek Lenartowicz spotted a golfer named Brad Marek way down the list (costing 2 units) and included his namesake in his team – that is one way of selecting your teams.

Prize Breakdown

We have 240 entries providing a fund of £6,000. We retain roughly 5% (£300) to cover missing payments/expenses and this will cover a small portion of the development costs for the website Jason has undertaken. This leaves £5,700 to distribute.

Full details are shown below.
1st £1,900
2nd £1,000
3rd £600
4th £400
5th £280

Winning Golfer Prize £250
LSS £250 (plus the amount (£350) carried forward from the Masters for this)

Weekend Consolation Events:
Missed Cut 1 Category 1st = £250, 2nd = £150
Missed Cut 2 Category 1st = £200, 2nd = £120
Missed Cut 3 Category 1st = £150, 2nd = Two free entries to the US Open Sweep (value £50)
Missed Cut 4 or 5 Category 1st only = £100

Hole in 1 Bonus – we are not adding to this amount from this prize fund. Note we had £500 carried forward from previous sweeps – in order to win this you needed to have participated in previous sweeps. Awarded to a team who originally selected the golfer getting an ace on Sunday (final round) – ties split by lowest team score for the final round.

Good luck to all
Regards
Ian

** Please use your phone horizontally for better view of the list below:-

USPGA 2024 Entries:-

Team Name Number Team Name Number Team Name Number Team Name Number Team Name Number
Adrian Lis 20 Ed McBreaty 198 Jon Tait 196 Paul Eastwood 200 Tom Atkinson 116
Alan Barber 65 Edward Nicholson 41 Jordan White 165 Paul Kemp 101 Tom Bate 174
Alex Leverton 88 Emily Sayers 61 Josh Kerslake 146 Pauline D 143 Tom Boyd 71
Alex Morris 176 Espen Erichsen 3 Josh Nutter 51 Peter Black 166 Tom Donaldson 1 161
Alex Paramor 173 Fedmax 191 Josh Simpson 117 Peter Nixon 25 Tom Donaldson 2 162
Allan McMaster 21 Felicity Weekes 221 Karl Falvey 29 Phil Lewin 24 Tom Welsh 35
Andrew Crick 8 Fraser Cromarty 50 Kate Hargrave 155 Phin 1 107 Tony Hallam 82
Andrew Harbord 172 Gary Dinshaw 227 Keith Donaldson 151 Ralph Weekes 222 Tony Wright 23
Andrew Harbord 2 219 GCS 1 208 Kevin Bywater 5 Ray Morgan 74 Tyran Taylor 141
Andy Davies 237 GCS 2 209 Lawrence Skinner 52 Redmax 186 Victoria 7 136
Athos Christodoulou 1 56 George Maddox 4 Lee Crowe 201 Rhodri Williams 140 Will Staddon 1 72
Athos Christodoulou 2 57 Glen Bickle 46 Lee D 142 Rich Anderson 83 Will Staddon 2 73
B Davidson 1 132 Glen Joss 1 123 Lionel Draper 180 Richard O’Brien 103 William Rice 170
B Davidson 2 133 Glen Joss 2 124 Lisa 26 Richard Thompson 105
Bakey 1 134 Graham Stirling 205 Lollipop 189 Richard Warburton 36
Bakey 2 135 Greg Josling 1 53 Louise Cromarty 49 Richard Warburton 2 139
Barbara Dalton 156 Greg Josling 2 54 Luke Hogan 226 Rob Greenwood 125
Barry Drain 45 Greg Snowden 2 Luke Howard 1 148 Robert Blackburn 1 206
Barry Winter 1 Gwyneth Davies 181 Luke Howard 2 149 Robert Blackburn 2 207
Ben Jones 1 118 Harrison O’Hara 17 Maishmax 187 Robert Daw 77
Ben Jones 2 119 Helen Bywater 6 Marek Lenartowicz 42 Rooster 188
Bernard Tonge 1 130 Ian Draper 182 Mark & Al 1 213 Ross Steele 92
Bernard Tonge 2 131 Ingers 1 231 Mark & Al 2 214 Ryan Davies 1 18
Biggers 22 Ingers 2 232 Mark & Chris 1 215 Ryan Davies 2 19
Biggers 1 37 Jack Anker 7 Mark & Chris 2 216 Ryan Jensen 62
Brian Harrold 66 Jack Wilkes 1 228 Mark Doyle 1 177 Ryan Leverton 69
Brian Miller 89 Jack Wilkes 2 229 Mark Doyle 2 178 Sam Dibb 183
Bruce Tenniswood 1 157 James Connolly 60 Mark Doyle 3 179 Sandeep Grewal 1 114
Bruce Tenniswood 2 158 James Dart 150 Mark Holman 122 Sandeep Grewal 2 115
Cavanaugh 1 233 James Fenn 55 Mark Josephson 75 Sandra Bramley 15
Cavanaugh 2 234 James Gove 230 Mark Swires 43 Sharon Jones 84
Cavanaugh 3 235 James Massey 238 Mark Webber 91 Shaun Marples 1 13
Cavanaugh 4 236 James Hickson 113 Mark Weekes 220 Shaun Marples 2 14
Carol Soutar 129 James McConnachie 126 Matt Vail 64 Simon Soutar 128
Charlie Goldsmith 40 James Morris 171 Matthew Hetherington 90 Simon Stacey 110
Chinese Ambassador 12 James Niknejad 86 Matthew Kenny 199 Slothpot 190
Chris Hey 44 Jan Murphy 211 Matthew Wood 32 Ste Dawson 223
Chris Steele 111 Jason Kelly 1 144 Mayukh Chhibber 1 239 Steev Care 127
Chris Ward 153 Jason Kelly 2 145 Mayukh Chhibber 2 240 Stephen Maddox 67
Clint Griffin 63 Jason Reeves 106 Michael Drain 70 Steve Dine 204
Craig Turnock 31 Jeremy Brooks 112 Michael McQueen 203 Steven Gray 97
Dan Balsdon 68 Jeremy Willans 96 Mick Laffey 48 Stewart Balfour 1 80
Dan Davies 76 Jo Edwards 1 184 Mike Hill 1 98 Stewart Balfour 2 81
Daniel D 137 Jo Edwards 2 185 Mike Hill 2 99 Stewart Copeland 169
Darragh Butler 202 Joe Sivayogan 104 Mike Hill 3 100 Stewart Driver 87
David Butler 225 John Demaine 1 10 Mike Wilkins 28 Stuart Field 1 163
David Dalton 167 John Demaine 2 11 Neil Gillam 168 Stuart Field 2 164
David Davies 195 John Gower 121 Neil Marples 160 Stuart Mackie 159
David Hargrave 154 John Gutkin 1 93 Niall Laffey 47 Sue 27
David Wilkes 1 38 John Gutkin 2 94 Nick Irens 102 Suzy Donaldson 152
David Wilkes 2 39 John Hill 1 192 Oliver Chinery 34 Tim Backhouse 33
Dean King 1 108 John Hill 2 193 Oliver Reid 197 Tim Magnus 147
Dean King 2 109 John Hill 3 194 Pamela Morgan 30 Toby Skinner 95
Deb & Al 1 217 John Izzard 224 Pat Murphy 210 Toby Walton 175
Deb & Al 2 218 John Johnson 9 Paul Bramley 16
Dominic Docherty 212 John Meadows 85 Paul Butler 138
Dooks of Hazzards 120 John Quinn 1 58
Douglas Durrant 1 78 John Quinn 2 59
Douglas Durrant 2 79
Golfer Selection

Frequency

Golfer Selection

Frequency

Golfer Selection

Frequency

Golfer Selection

Frequency

McIlroy 74 Hatton 16 Glover 6 Cole 2
Homa 61 Lowry 16 Johnson 6 Griffin 2
Straka 50 Matsuyama 16 Rose 6 Hubbard 2
Koepka 49 Rai 16 Thomas 6 Kaymer 2
Fleetwood 46 Bradley 15 Harman 5 Kim J 2
An 44 Theegala 15 Horschel 5 Lawrence 2
Clark 44 Kim SW 14 Murray 5 Puig 2
Scheffler 40 Bezuidenhout 13 Scott 5 Rodgers 2
DeChambeau 37 Finau 13 Hadwin 4 Svensson 2
Aberg 36 Jaeger 13 Harrington 4 Taylor 2
Day 34 Lee MW 13 Hoge 4 Tosti 2
Niemann 34 Spieth 13 McNealy 4 Bjork 1
Fox 33 Hughes 12 Olesen 4 Donald 1
Pendrith 31 Kirk 12 Schenk 4 Garnett 1
Fitzpatrick 30 Noren 11 Smalley 4 Gotterup 1
Rahm

Burns

29

27

Pavon

Davis

11

10

Smith J

van Rooyen

4

4

Grillo

Herbert

1

1

Morikawa 26 Gooch 10 Woodland 4 Hossler 1
Hojgaard N 25 Wallace 10 Burmester 3 Kanaya 1
Conners 24 Henley 9 Detry 3 Kim SH 1
Smith C 24 Kitayama 8 Eckroat 3 Malnati 1
Zalatoris 23 Knapp 8 English 3 Marek 1
Hovland 21 MacIntyre 8 Hoffman 3 Perez 1
McCarthy 21 Mickelson 8 Hojgaard R 3 Putnam 1
Young 21 Moore 8 List 3 Svensson J 1
Schauffele 20 Reed 8 Meronk 3 Todd 1
Im 19 Soderberg 7 Mitchell 3 Villegas 1
Bhatia 18 Dunlap 6 Otaegui 3 Widing 1
Cantlay 18 Fowler 6 Woods 3

Team Details:-

Number Cost Total
1 Barry Winter Rahm 75 299
Homa 62
Hovland 56
Fitzpatrick 44
Jaeger 34
English 28
2 Greg Snowden Koepka 82 297
Morikawa 66
DeChambea 65
Day 49
Bradley 26
Harrington 9
3 Espen Erichsen Mcilroy 103 297
Wallace 18
Fox 21
Niemann 57
Zalatoris 45
Young 53
4 George Maddox Mcilroy 103 290
Thomas 56
Conners 41
Spieth 44
Hojgaard N 26
Soderberg 20
5 Kevin Bywater Hovland 56 298
Zalatoris 45
Lee MW 42
Lowry 39
Fleetwood 59
Smith C 57
6 Helen Bywater Hovland 56 297
Zalatoris 45
Hatton 54
Conners 41
Spieth 44
Smith C 57
7 Jack Anker Rahm 75 300
Homa 62
Cantlay 58
Hoge 24
Niemann 57
Hadwin 24
8 Andrew Crick Scheffler 118 300
Mcilroy 103
Hojgaard N 26

 

Van Rooyen

Fox Harrington

23

21

9

9 John Johnson Mcilroy 103 295
Koepka 82
Burns 42
Straka 38
Pendrith 25
Villegas 5
10 John Demaine 1 Aberg 80 300
DeChambea 65
Clark 55
An 47
Rai 27
Kirk 26
11 John Demaine 2 Mcilroy 103 299
Aberg 80
An 47
Rai 27
Detry 24
Wallace 18
12 Chinese Ambassador Aberg 80 300
Fleetwood 59
Niemann 57
Clark 55
Hughes 26
Pavon 23
13 Shaun Marples 1 Mcilroy 103 297
Morikawa 66
Im 44
Noren 33
Hughes 26
Glover 25
14 Shaun Marples 2 Dechambeau 65 297
Fleetwood 59
Hovland 56
Young 53
Lee MW 42
Woods 22
15 Sandra Bramley Morikawa 66 298
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59
An 47
Bhatia 34
Bezuidenhou 30
16 Paul Bramley Scheffler 118 299
Clark 55
Im 44

 

Fitzpatrick

Fox Dunlap

44

21

17

17 Harrison O’Hara Mcilroy 103 300
Morikawa 66
Day 49
Henley 40
Hoge 24
Putnam 18
18 Ryan Davies 1 Mcilroy 103 300
Homa 62
Burns 42
An 47
Hojgaard N 26
Taylor 20
19 Ryan Davies 2 Morikawa 66 300
Fleetwood 59
Cantlay 58
An 47
Im 44
Bradley 26
20 Adrian Lis Aberg 80 299
Clark 55
Matsuyama 50
Theegala 43
Straka 38
Harman 33
21 Allan McMaster Spieth 44 293
Straka 38
Noren 33
Lowry 39
Aberg 80
Fleetwood 59
22 Biggers Mcilroy 103 296
Day 49
An 47
Straka 38
Jaeger 34
Pendrith 25
23 Tony Wright Mcilroy 103 297
Homa 62
An 47
Straka 38
Hadwin 24
Van Rooyen 23
24 Phil Lewin Im 44 298
Lowry 39
Hovland 56

 

Homa

Fleetwood Gooch

62

59

38

25 Peter Nixon Aberg 80 292
Homa 62
Day 49
Burns 42
Bhatia 34
Pendrith 25
26 Lisa Koepka 82 297
Fleetwood 59
Day 49
Im 44
Harman 33
Bezuidenhou 30
27 Sue Rahm 75 300
Cantlay 58
Hatton 54
Fitzpatrick 44
Day 49
Olesen 20
28 Mike Wilkins Schauffele 81 299
Aberg 80
Zalatoris 45
Lee MW 42
Bradley 26
Schenk 25
29 Karl Falvey Aberg 80 298
Dechambeau 65
Fleetwood 59
An 47
Pendrith 25
Meronk 22
30 Pamela Morgan Aberg 80 297
Im 44
Day 49
Fleetwood 59
Kim SW 39
Hojgaard N 26
31 Craig Turnock Aberg 80 297
DeChambea 65
Hovland 56
Matsuyama 50
Hojgaard N 26
Soderberg 20
32 Matthew Wood Koepka 82 299
Homa 62
Niemann 57

 

Clark

Pendrith Smalley

55

25

18

33 Tim Backhouse Mcilroy 103 300
Niemann 57
Day 49
Zalatoris 45
Hojgaard N 26
Macintyre 20
34 Oliver Chinery Fleetwood 59 294
Niemann 57
Day 49
An 47
Im 44
Straka 38
35 Tom Welsh Scheffler 118 300
Mcilroy 103
Glover 25
Fox 21
Wallace 18
Smith J 15
36 Richard Warburton Homa 62 300
Fleetwood 59
Young 53
Theegala 43
Burns 42
Conners 41
37 Biggers 1 Mcilroy 103 298
Day 49
Im 44
Kim SW 39
Straka 38
Pendrith 25
38 David Wilkes 1 Scheffler 118 299
Hatton 54
An 47
Straka 38
Knapp 22
Olesen 20
39 David Wilkes 2 Schauffele 81 300
Smith C 57
Clark 55
Zalatoris 45
Im 44
Gotterup 18
40 Charlie Goldsmith Rahm 75 300
Homa 62
Burns 42

 

Niemann

Bhatia Bezuidenhou

57

34

30

41 Edward Nicholson Morikawa 66 296
Fleetwood 59
Clark 55
Zalatoris 45
Fitzpatrick 44
Davis 27
42 Marek Lenartowicz Mcilroy 103 300
Koepka 82
Finau 43
Theegala 43
Davis 27
Marek 2
43 Mark Swires Mcilroy 103 300
Schauffele 81
Clark 55
Bradley 26
Fox 21
Woodland 14
44 Chris Hey Scheffler 118 300
DeChambea 65
Burns 42
Fitzpatrick 44
Hojgaard R 16
Smith J 15
45 Barry Drain Koepka 82 300
Fleetwood 59
Day 49
Conners 41
Scott 36
Harman 33
46 Glen Bickle Koepka 82 296
Homa 62
Smith C 57
Henley 40
Straka 38
Mickelson 17
47 Niall Laffey Rahm 75 299
Homa 62
Clark 55
An 47
Burns 42
Smalley 18
48 Mick Laffey Koepka 82 300
DeChambea 65
Niemann 57

 

Straka

McCarthy Kitayama

38

32

26

49 Louise Cromarty Morikawa 66 300
Young 53
Matsuyama 50
Day 49
Theegala 43
Lowry 39
50 Fraser Cromarty Morikawa 66 298
DeChambeau 65
Niemann 57
An 47
Finau 43
Macintyre 20
51 Josh Nutter Wallace 18 297
Pavon 23
Clark 55
Schauffele 81
Dunlap 17
Mcilroy 103
52 Lawrence Skinner Scheffler 118 300
Hatton 54
Day 49
Fitzpatrick 44
Perez 19
Otaegui 16
53 Greg Josling 1 DeChambea 65 300
Clark 55
Young 53
Zalatoris 45
Fitzpatrick 44
Straka 38
54 Greg Josling 2 Mcilroy 103 300
Koepka 82
Finau 43
Burmester 30
Moore 23
Eckroat 19
55 James Fenn Scheffler 118 300
Schauffele 81
Fitzpatrick 44
Moore 23
Hossler 22
Lawrence 12
56 Athos Christodoulou 1 Aberg 80 294
Cantlay 58
Matsuyama 50

 

Burns

Finau Fox

42

43

21

57 Athos Christodoulou 2 Rahm 75 298
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Hovland 56
Pendrith 25
Moore 23
58 John Quinn 1 Koepka 82 298
Fleetwood 59
An 47
Finau 43
Bhatia 34
Kim J 33
59 John Quinn 2 Mcilroy 103 300
Aberg 80
Fleetwood 59
Bradley 26
Hojgaard R 16
Svensson 16
60 James Connolly Scheffler 118 297
Mcilroy 103
Hughes 26
Pendrith 25
Woodland 14
Malnati 11
61 Emily Sayers Rahm 75 300
Homa 62
Kim SW 39
Straka 38
Harman 33
Young 53
62 Ryan Jensen Mcilroy 103 300
Koepka 82
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
Pavon 23
Knapp 22
63 Clint Griffin Koepka 82 298
Homa 62
Im 44
Conners 41
Kim SW 39
Bezuidenhou 30
64 Matt Vail Mcilroy 103 299
Homa 62
Burns 42

 

Bhatia

McCarthy Bradley

34

32

26

65 Alan Barber Mcilroy 103 300
Schauffele 81
Straka 38
Jaeger 34
Bhatia 34
Tosti 10
66 Brian Harrold Morikawa 66 300
Aberg 80
Hovland 56
Day 49
Fowler 31
Todd 18
67 Stephen Maddox Scheffler 118 299
Mcilroy 103
Pavon 23
Fox 21
Wallace 18
Hojgaard R 16
68 Dan Balsdon Aberg 80 293
Homa 62
Im 44
Kim SW 39
Straka 38
Bezuidenhou 30
69 Ryan Leverton Scheffler 118 300
Homa 62
Burns 42
Kirk 26
Hughes 26
Kitayama 26
70 Michael Drain DeChambea 65 300
Fleetwood 59
Clark 55
Young 53
Burns 42
Hojgaard N 26
71 Tom Boyd Mcilroy 103 297
Homa 62
An 47
McCarthy 32
Davis 27
Hughes 26
72 Will Staddon 1 DeChambea 65 293
Niemann 57
Fitzpatrick 44

 

Zalatoris

Clark Davis

45

55

27

73 Will Staddon 2 Schauffele 81 296
Aberg 80
Smith C 57
Davis 27
Pendrith 25
Hojgaard N 26
74 Ray Morgan Scheffler 118 296
Koepka 82
Conners 41
Pendrith 25
Smalley 18
Murray 12
75 Mark Josephson Homa 62 292
Smith C 57
Niemann 57
Lee MW 42
Straka 38
Scott 36
76 Dan Davies Mcilroy 103 293
Aberg 80
An 47
Rai 27
Griffin 19
Kim SH 17
77 Robert Daw Koepka 82 300
Clark 55
Young 53
Day 49
Straka 38
Van Rooyen 23
78 Douglas Durrant 1 Scheffler 118 297
Mcilroy 103
Rose 21
Macintyre 20
Wallace 18
Mickelson 17
79 Douglas Durrant 2 DeChambea 65 299
Smith C 57
Matsuyama 50
Im 44
Fitzpatrick 44
Lowry 39
80 Stewart Balfour 1 Mcilroy 103 299
Homa 62
Niemann 57

 

Burns

Bradley Harrington

42

26

9

81 Stewart Balfour 2 Rahm 75 300
Cantlay 58
Matsuyama 50
Burns 42
Conners 41
Bhatia 34
82 Tony Hallam Scheffler 118 299
Mcilroy 103
Rai 27
Fox 21
Otaegui 16
Hoffman 14
83 Rich Anderson Mcilroy 103 297
Thomas 56
Clark 55
Im 44
Rai 27
Murray 12
84 Sharon Jones Scheffler 118 300
Homa 62
Finau 43
Harman 33
Moore 23
List 21
85 John Meadows Scheffler 118 299
Day 49
An 47
Straka 38
Hughes 26
Fox 21
86 James Niknejad Koepka 82 299
Fleetwood 59
Smith C 57
Hatton 54
Davis 27
Rodgers 20
87 Stewart Driver Schauffele 81 300
DeChambeau 65
Clark 55
Burns 42
Jaeger 34
Moore 23
88 Alex Leverton Scheffler 118 297
Mcilroy 103
Woods 22

 

Cole Hubbard

Mickelson

20

17

17

89 Brian Miller Mcilroy 103 296
Homa 62
Burns 42
Fitzpatrick 44
Fox 21
Hoge 24
90 Matthew Hetherington Koepka 82 300
Fleetwood 59
Zalatoris 45
Johnson 45
Spieth 44
Pendrith 25
91 Mark Webber Fleetwood 59 298
Hovland 56
Clark 55
Zalatoris 45
Fitzpatrick 44
Lowry 39
92 Ross Steele Mcilroy 103 300
Homa 62
An 47
Finau 43
Horschel 28
Mickelson 17
93 John Gutkin 1 Koepka 82 294
Morikawa 66
Day 49
Straka 38
Kim J 33
Kirk 26
94 John Gutkin 2 Aberg 80 299
DeChambea 65
Clark 55
Conners 41
McCarthy 32
Bradley 26
95 Toby Skinner Clark 55 295
Hojgaard N 26
Aberg 80
Theegala 43
Morikawa 66
Pendrith 25
96 Jeremy Willans Matsuyama 50 296
Spieth 44
Fleetwood 59

 

Clark

Zalatoris Theegala

55

45

43

97 Steven Gray Morikawa 66 300
Niemann 57
Clark 55
Young 53
An 47
Knapp 22
98 Mike Hill 1 Schauffele 81 298
Cantlay 58
Hatton 54
Henley 40
Noren 33
McCarthy 32
99 Mike Hill 2 Scheffler 118 300
Schauffele 81
Bezuidenhou 30
Kirk 26
Glover 25
Soderberg 20
100 Mike Hill 3 Mcilroy 103 296
Clark 55
Burns 42
Conners 41
Reed 30
Pendrith 25
101 Paul Kemp Scheffler 118 297
An 47
Lowry 39
Jaeger 34
Bhatia 34
Pendrith 25
102 Nick Irens Aberg 80 300
Fleetwood 59
Smith C 57
Hatton 54
Davis 27
Pavon 23
103 Richard O’Brien Koepka 82 299
Homa 62
Niemann 57
An 47
Kim SW 39
Murray 12
104 Joe Sivayogan Scheffler 118 299
Day 49
Im 44

 

Finau Hughes

Eckroat

43

26

19

105 Richard Thompson DeChambea 65 295
Homa 62
Day 49
An 47
Kim SW 39
Noren 33
106 Jason Reeves Schauffele 81 300
Fleetwood 59
Smith C 57
Johnson 45
Reed 30
Horschel 28
107 Phin 1 Wallace 18 300
Knapp 22
Kitayama 26
Thomas 56
Rahm 75
Mcilroy 103
108 Dean King 1 Rahm 75 293
Homa 62
Matsuyama 50
Conners 41
Lowry 39
Bradley 26
109 Dean King 2 Rahm 75 300
Morikawa 66
Homa 62
Conners 41
Bezuidenhou 30
Bradley 26
110 Simon Stacey Rahm 75 295
Homa 62
Cantlay 58
Young 53
Hojgaard N 26
Fox 21
111 Chris Steele Mcilroy 103 285
Fleetwood 59
Straka 38
Noren 33
Hughes 26
Bradley 26
112 Jeremy Brooks Mcilroy 103 299
Homa 62
Theegala 43

 

Zalatoris

Pendrith Fox

45

25

21

113 James Hickson Scheffler 118 298
Theegala 43
McCarthy 32
Day 49
Jaeger 34
Knapp 22
114 Sandeep Grewal 1 Mcilroy 103 300
Smith C 57
Hatton 54
Im 44
Rai 27
Kanaya 15
115 Sandeep Grewal 2 Morikawa 66 293
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Gooch 38
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
116 Tom Atkinson Scheffler 118 300
McCarthy 32
Herbert 20
Homa 62
Fox 21
An 47
117 Josh Simpson Aberg 80 298
DeChambea 65
Homa 62
Young 53
Hojgaard N 26
Murray 12
118 Ben Jones 1 Burmester 30 299
DeChambea 65
Morikawa 66
Niemann 57
Straka 38
Finau 43
119 Ben Jones 2 Schauffele 81 299
Day 49
Johnson 45
Conners 41
Fox 21
Homa 62
120 Dooks of Hazzards Koepka 82 297
Aberg 80
Niemann 57

 

Straka

Hojgaard N Hoffman

38

26

14

121 John Gower Scheffler 118 300
Mcilroy 103
Hadwin 24
McNealy 20
Smalley 18
Dunlap 17
122 Mark Holman Aberg 80 300
Rahm 75
Clark 55
Kim SW 39
Hojgaard N 26
Pendrith 25
123 Glen Joss 1 Scheffler 118 297
Fleetwood 59
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
Bezuidenhou 30
Soderberg 20
124 Glen Joss 2 Koepka 82 300
Aberg 80
Young 53
Kim SW 39
Schenk 25
Fox 21
125 Rob Greenwood Rahm 75 296
Niemann 57
Clark 55
An 47
Straka 38
Detry 24
126 James McConnachie Rahm 75 298
Homa 62
Burns 42
Cantlay 58
Conners 41
Macintyre 20
127 Steve Care Mcilroy 103 300
Thomas 56
Spieth 44
Fitzpatrick 44
Lee MW 42
Garnett 11
128 Simon Soutar Rahm 75 299
Homa 62
An 47

 

Burns

Kim SW Bhatia

42

39

34

129 Carol Soutar Aberg 80 300
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59
Hovland 56
Kirk 26
Hubbard 17
130 Bernard Tonge 1 Rahm 75 300
Homa 62
Cantlay 58
Zalatoris 45
Jaeger 34
Hughes 26
131 Bernard Tonge 2 Rahm 75 300
Clark 55
Cantlay 58
Lee MW 42
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
132 B Davidson 1 Scheffler 118 300
Conners 41
Lee MW 42
Meronk 22
DeChambea 65
Lawrence 12
133 B Davidson 2 Morikawa 66 297
Rahm 75
Kim SW 39
Henley 40
Gooch 38
Lowry 39
134 Bakey 1 Fitzpatrick 44 300
Lowry 39
Reed 30
Finau 43
Conners 41
Mcilroy 103
135 Bakey 2 Clark 55 300
Day 49
Zalatoris 45
Matsuyama 50
Hatton 54
An 47
136 Victoria 7 Koepka 82 298
Morikawa 66
Fleetwood 59

 

Hovland

Rose Woodland

56

21

14

137 Daniel D Scheffler 118 289
Smith C 57
Spieth 44
Fitzpatrick 44
Kaymer 8
Wallace 18
138 Paul Butler Morikawa 66 297
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Burns 42
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
139 Richard Warburton 2 Mcilroy 103 299
Koepka 82
Jaeger 34
Bhatia 34
Pendrith 25
Fox 21
140 Rhodri Williams Mcilroy 103 294
DeChambea 65
Bhatia 34
Clark 55
Dunlap 17
Macintyre 20
141 Tyran Taylor Mcilroy 103 300
Smith C 57
Burns 42
Gooch 38
Straka 38
Knapp 22
142 Lee D Schauffele 81 296
Smith C 57
Clark 55
Fitzpatrick 44
Finau 43
Svensson 16
143 Pauline D Mcilroy 103 285
Smith C 57
Niemann 57
Mitchell 28
Mcnealy 20
Macintyre 20
144 Jason Kelly 1 Scheffler 118 298
Schauffele 81
English 28

 

McCarthy Eckroat

Rodgers

32

19

20

145 Jason Kelly 2 Schauffele 81 300
An 47
DeChambea 65
Conners 41
Kirk 26
Henley 40
146 Josh Kerslake Koepka 82 298
DeChambea 65
Day 49
Gooch 38
Straka 38
Kitayama 26
147 Tim Magnus Mcilroy 103 296
Cantlay 58
Matsuyama 50
Spieth 44
List 21
Taylor 20
148 Luke Howard 1 Mcilroy 103 298
DeChambea 65
An 47
Bhatia 34
Moore 23
Hughes 26
149 Luke Howard 2 Koepka 82 300
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Burns 42
McCarthy 32
Pendrith 25
150 James Dart Mcilroy 103 299
Clark 55
Young 53
Zalatoris 45
Bradley 26
Mickelson 17
151 Keith Donaldson Smith C 57 296
Hovland 56
Young 53
An 47
Fitzpatrick 44
Lowry 39
152 Suzy Donaldson Aberg 80 297
Fleetwood 59
Fitzpatrick 44

 

Lowry

Zalatoris Bezuidenhou

39

45

30

153 Chris Ward Morikawa 66 300
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59
Matsuyama 50
Burns 42
Rose 21
154 David Hargrave Scheffler 118 299
DEChambeau 65
McCarthy 32
Scott 36
Davis 27
Fox 21
155 Kate Hargrave Aberg 80 300
Homa 62
Lee MW 42
Griffin 19
Niemann 57
Henley 40
156 Barbara Dalton Rahm 75 293
Aberg 80
Smith C 57
Straka 38
Meronk 22
Fox 21
157 Bruce Tenniswood 1 Scheffler 118 300
Fleetwood 59
Lee MW 42
Pavon 23
Noren 33
Pendrith 25
158 Bruce Tenniswood 2 Morikawa 66 296
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59
Hatton 54
Bezuidenhou 30
Pendrith 25
159 Stuart Mackie Mcilroy 103 300
Koepka 82
Fleetwood 59
Otaegui 16
Dunlap 17
Moore 23
160 Neil Marples Koepka 82 299
Niemann 57
Young 53

 

Conners

Jaeger McCarthy

41

34

32

161 Tom Donaldson 1 Scheffler 118 300
Mcilroy 103
Hoge 24
Fox 21
Cole 20
Woodland 14
162 Tom Donaldson 2 Smith C 57 300
Hovland 56
Young 53
Day 49
An 47
Straka 38
163 Stuart Field 1 Homa 62 278
Hovland 56
Clark 55
Lee MW 42
Bezuidenhou 30
Noren 33
164 Stuart Field 2 Mcilroy 103 293
Aberg 80
Fitzpatrick 44
Rai 27
Fox 21
Wallace 18
165 Jordan White Koepka 82 289
Hovland 56
Clark 55
Straka 38
Reed 30
Horschel 28
166 Peter Black Mcilroy 103 300
Smith C 57
Day 49
Straka 38
Scott 36
Mickelson 17
167 David Dalton Day 49 296
Young 53
Smith C 57
Hatton 54
Lowry 39
Fitzpatrick 44
168 Neil Gillam Fleetwood 59 294
Clark 55
Day 49

 

Spieth

Fitzpatrick Theegala

44

44

43

169 Stewart Copeland Homa 62 299
Fleetwood 59
Niemann 57
Young 53
An 47
Fox 21
170 William Rice Mcilroy 103 299
Koepka 82
Donald 5
Kim SW 39
Hovland 56
Bjork 14
171 James Morris McIlroy 103 300
An 47
Straka 38
Young 53
Bhatia 34
Pendrith 25
172 Andrew Harbord Morikawa 66 299
Homa 62
Thomas 56
Matsuyama 50
Fitzpatrick 44
Fox 21
173 Alex Paramor Fox 21 299
Hojgaard N 26
Mcilroy 103
Koepka 82
Conners 41
Kirk 26
174 Tom Bate Scheffler 118 299
Fleetwood 59
Hatton 54
Bezuidenhou 30
Knapp 22
Puig 16
175 Toby Walton Aberg 80 300
DeChambea 65
Homa 62
Straka 38
Bhatia 34
Fox 21
176 Alex Morris Mcilroy 103 298
Niemann 57
Day 49

 

Im

Pendrith Soderberg

44

25

20

177 Mark Doyle 1 Scheffler 118 299
Mcilroy 103
Pendrith 25
Knapp 22
List 21
Tosti 10
178 Mark Doyle 2 Aberg 80 290
DeChambea 65
Matsuyama 50
Conners 41
Mitchell 28
Kitayama 26
179 Mark Doyle 3 Koepka 82 296
Cantlay 58
An 47
Kim SW 39
Scott 36
Jaeger 34
180 Lionel Draper Mcilroy 103 300
Matsuyama 50
Fitzpatrick 44
Lowry 39
Straka 38
Hojgaard N 26
181 Gwyneth Davies Scheffler 118 299
Fitzpatrick 44
Horschel 28
Hovland 56
Kitayama 26
Rai 27
182 Ian Draper Mcilroy 103 300
Fitzpatrick 44
Moore 23
McCarthy 32
Conners 41
Smith C 57
183 Sam Dibb Homa 62 295
Cantlay 58
Fowler 31
Finau 43
Hojgaard N 26
Rahm 75
184 Jo Edwards 1 Koepka 82 300
Rahm 75
Niemann 57

 

Bhatia Kirk

Hojgaard N

34

26

26

185 Jo Edwards 2 Morikawa 66 295
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Im 44
Henley 40
Kirk 26
186 Redmax Mcilroy 103 298
Hatton 54
Johnson 45
Im 44
Theegala 43
Svensson J 9
187 Maishmax Rahm 75 275
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Gooch 38
Pavon 23
Soderberg 20
188 Rooster Koepka 82 295
Aberg 80
Rahm 75
Fox 21
Macintyre 20
Dunlap 17
189 Lollipop Scheffler 118 297
An 47
Theegala 43
Henley 40
Kirk 26
Pavon 23
190 Slothpot Mcilroy 103 300
Koepka 82
Fleetwood 59
Fox 21
McNealy 20
Smith J 15
191 Fedmax Clark 55 252
Theegala 43
An 47
Kirk 26
Pavon 23
Cantlay 58
192 John Hill 1 Mcilroy 103 300
Cantlay 58
Conners 41

 

Theegala

Reed Pendrith

43

30

25

193 John Hill 2 Koepka 82 298
Smith C 57
Niemann 57
Zalatoris 45
Bhatia 34
Pavon 23
194 John Hill 3 Aberg 80 299
DeChambeau 65
An 47
Burns 42
Kim SW 39
Kitayama 26
195 David Davies Mcilroy 103 290
Hughes 26
Straka 38
McCarthy 32
Kitayama 26
DeChambea 65
196 Jon Tait Koepka 82 298
Homa 62
Niemann 57
Straka 38
Noren 33
Hojgaard N 26
197 Oliver Reid Koepka 82 291
Schauffele 81
DeChambea 65
Noren 33
Olesen 20
Widing 10
198 Ed McBreaty Mcilroy 103 299
Cantlay 58
Conners 41
Straka 38
Gooch 38
Fox 21
199 Matthew Kenny Mcilroy 103 295
Clark 55
An 47
Jaeger 34
Bezuidenhou 30
Hojgaard N 26
200 Paul Eastwood Homa 62 296
Koepka 82
An 47

 

Straka

Hojgaard N Conners

38

26

41

201 Lee Crowe Schauffele 81 293
Clark 55
An 47
Burns 42
Bhatia 34
Jaeger 34
202 Darragh Butler Koepka 82 298
DeChambea 65
Young 53
Straka 38
Bhatia 34
Hojgaard N 26
203 Michael McQueen Rahm 75 297
Niemann 57
Clark 55
Finau 43
Burns 42
Pendrith 25
204 Steve Dine Koepka 82 300
Rahm 75
Hovland 56
Noren 33
Davis 27
Rai 27
205 Graham Stirling Koepka 82 298
Morikawa 66
DeChambea 65
Spieth 44
Rose 21
McNealy 20
206 Robert Blackburn 1 Mcilroy 103 300
Hatton 54
An 47
Gooch 38
McCarthy 32
Hughes 26
207 Robert Blackburn 2 Koepka 82 299
Homa 62
Zalatoris 45
Johnson 45
Henley 40
Glover 25
208 GCS 1 DeChambea 65 300
Im 44
Fleetwood 59

 

Young

Hatton Pendrith

53

54

25

209 GCS 2 Scheffler 118 300
Mcilroy 103
Pendrith 25
Glover 25
Smith J 15
Hoffman 14
210 Pat Murphy Mcilroy 103 298
Day 49
An 47
Lee MW 42
Reed 30
Rai 27
211 Jan Murphy Scheffler 118 299
Fleetwood 59
Hojgaard N 26
Rai 27
Olesen 20
Day 49
212 Dominic Docherty DeChambea 65 295
Homa 62
Clark 55
Fitzpatrick 44
Gooch 38
Fowler 31
213 Mark & Al 1 Day 49 299
Zalatoris 45
Straka 38
Koepka 82
Rai 27
Cantlay 58
214 Mark & Al 2 Morikawa 66 298
Straka 38
Homa 62
Rai 27
Schauffele 81
Detry 24
215 Mark & Chris 1 Mcilroy 103 300
Lee MW 42
Cantlay 58
Straka 38
English 28
Fowler 31
216 Mark & Chris 2 Scheffler 118 298
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59

 

Fox

Soderberg Wallace

21

20

18

217 Deb & Al 1 Clark 55 293
Rai 27
Hovland 56
Lowry 39
Fleetwood 59
Smith C 57
218 Deb & Al 2 Koepka 82 294
Schauffele 81
Niemann 57
Rai 27
Hojgaard N 26
Fox 21
219 Andrew Harbord 2 Koepka 82 297
Rahm 75
Day 49
Conners 41
Bradley 26
Hadwin 24
220 Mark Weekes Koepka 82 299
Dechambeau 65
Homa 62
An 47
Davis 27
Puig 16
221 Felicity Weekes Scheffler 118 299
Mcilroy 103
McCarthy 32
Glover 25
Murray 12
Harrington 9
222 Ralph Weekes Aberg 80 293
Fleetwood 59
Niemann 57
Lee MW 42
Burmester 30
Pendrith 25
223 Ste Dawson Koepka 82 300
Fleetwood 59
Day 49
Fitzpatrick 44
Straka 38
Mitchell 28
224 John Izzard DeChambeau 65 300
Clark 55
Matsuyama 50

 

Fitzpatrick Spieth

Burns

44

44

42

225 David Butler Homa 62 299
Fleetwood 59
Clark 55
An 47
Burns 42
Jaeger 34
226 Luke Hogan Zalatoris 45 298
Hovland 56
Macintyre 20
Straka 38
Scheffler 118
Rose 21
227 Gary Dinshaw Aberg 80 300
Fleetwood 59
Hovland 56
Johnson 45
Spieth 44
Grillo 16
228 Jack Wilkes 1 DeChambea 65 300
Homa 62
Fleetwood 59
Clark 55
Straka 38
Fox 21
229 Jack Wilkes 2 Rahm 75 300
DeChambeau 65
Clark 55
Hatton 54
Reed 30
Fox 21
230 James Gove Schenk 25 298
Zalatoris 45
Fitzpatrick 44
Fleetwood 59
Koepka 82
Theegala 43
231 Ingers 1 Rahm 75 299
Homa 62
Thomas 56
An 47
Straka 38
Fox 21
232 Ingers 2 Mcilroy 103 296
Homa 62
An 47

 

Straka

Pendrith Fox

38

25

21

233 Cavanaugh 1 Scheffler 118 300
Fitzpatrick 44
Theegala 43
Gooch 38
Fowler 31
Bradley 26
234 Cavanaugh 2 Mcilroy 103 295
Morikawa 66
Zalatoris 45
Reed 30
Pavon 23
Horschel 28
235 Cavanaugh 3 Schauffele 81 282
DeChambea 65
Clark 55
Noren 33
Schenk 25
Van Rooyen 23
236 Cavanaugh 4 Koepka 82 295
Aberg 80
Smith C 57
Straka 38
Rose 21
Mickelson 17
237 Andy Davies Scheffler 118 297
Mcilroy 103
Pendrith 25
Mickelson 17
Kaymer 8
Bradley 26
238 James Massey Mcilroy 103 299
Clark 55
Matsuyama 50
Lowry 39
Hojgaard N 26
Kirk 26
239 Mayukh Chhibber 1 Aberg 80 298
Morikawa 66
Day 49
Spieth 44
McCarthy 32
Rai 27
240 Mayukh Chhibber 2 Mcilroy 103 289
Koepka 82
Fowler 31

 

The PGA Championship Sweep 2024

Dear All,

I hope this email finds you well. As we gear up for the USPGA Championship Sweep this week, I wanted to inform you of some important updates regarding the entry process.

In response to the email and website difficulties experienced during the Masters Sweep, we’ve been diligently working on a solution to streamline the entry process and enhance your overall experience. The reason for this initiative stems from our utilisation of a system that is likely a decade old and was originally designed for a few dozen players. Since we take no money from the sweep, investing in infrastructure was never a priority. However, as Major Sweeps has grown, and the time demands of manual labour have increased, we feel it necessary to modernise a little.

As a result, we’re excited to announce that for the USPGA Sweep, there will (probably!) be two options available for entering:

  1. Traditional Email Entry: You can continue to enter the sweep via email, as you have done in the past.
  2. New Website Entry: We’re introducing a new method of entry through our new website. While the website is still in its absolute bare-bones state, it is expected to be operational by Tuesday. Please note that security has been our highest priority, so you can rest assured that your name and email are safe. However, we will thoroughly test the website tonight, and if we don’t believe it’s ready, we will keep it to email-only entries. We will update you on this tomorrow morning.

If all is well, once the website is live, you will be able to register and enter your teams. Additionally, you’ll have the convenience of amending and checking your entries all the way up to the closing time. You should also be able to enter your Low Score Sunday predictions through the website when that time comes.

In the future, we anticipate adding features such as mini leagues, live scoring, and player stats. However, these features may not be available for this week’s sweep. Rest assured, once you’ve registered on the website, you’ll be able to log in for all future sweeps.

Please note that we’re not yet able to process payments through the website. We hope to have this functionality in place by the US Open.

Regarding the email difficulties during the Masters Sweep, we’re still investigating the root cause. While we’ve implemented measures to track email deliveries, Ian and I would like to sincerely thank you for your understanding as we navigate through this transition period.

While we’re optimistic about the potential enhancements the website will bring to the sweep experience, we cannot guarantee a flawless experience this time around. However, with your cooperation and vigilance, we’re confident that we can overcome any challenges that may arise and deliver an excellent competition.

Thank you for your continued support and participation in Major Sweeps. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

Best regards,

Jason and Ian.

If you wish to enter by email, here are the details……

The PGA Championship Sweep 2024

HOW IT WORKS:

  1. Select Your Golfers: Choose 6 golfers from the provided list, ensuring their total points do not exceed 300.
  2. Register Your Selections: Email your selections to ripples7@me.comAND jason@jasonkellygolf.com with the subject line ‘register’. For returning players, use ‘USPGA’ to avoid confusion. Please copy Ian for smoother processing.
  3. Submission Format: List your selections with their corresponding points, like this:
       Rahm 75
       C. Smith 57
       D. Johnson 45
       Young 53
       Day 49
       R. Hojgaard 16
       Total = 295
  1. Scoring and Rules: The winner will have the lowest combined score for their 6 players. If a player misses the cut or withdraws after starting, they will receive a score of ‘field average’ +3 strokes. Withdrawals before starting allow for replacements, provided the replacement hasn’t completed more than 3 holes. If no replacement is nominated, one will be made based on the initial pricing list.
  2. Entry Deadline: Entries close at 23:59 on Wednesday 15th May 2024.
  3. Entry Fee: The entry fee is £25. Upon sending your email registration with the subject ‘register’ (or ‘USPGA’), along with your 6 selections and payment, you will be entered. Confirmation emails will be sent on Thursday 16th May 2024.
  4. Entry List: A full entry list will be posted at http://www.jasonkellygolf.com/MajorSweeps.
  5. Payment: Submit the £25 entry fee to Sanatander, Jason Kelly. Account Number: 21152830, Sort Code: 09-01-27. BIC: ABBYGB2LXXX, IBAN: GB27ABBY09012721152830. Reference your name. Alternatively, use Paypal to jason@jasonkellygolf.com. Ensure you select ‘send to someone you trust’ to avoid deductions.
  6. Prize Fund: The prize fund will vary based on the number of entrants, but will be posted in Thursday’s email.
  7. Questions: For any queries, email jason@jasonkellygolf.comstarting from May 13th.
  8. Updates: Receive daily email updates with the leaderboard, also available at http://www.jasonkellygolf.com/MajorSweepsand in-running on Sunday @jasonkellygolf on ‘X’.
  9. Email Issues: In case of email problems, visit the website for updates.
  10. Financial Responsibilities: Entrants are responsible for all banking charges, payment fees, and FX costs, both for entries and winnings.
  11. New Player Registration: New players must use the subject line ‘register’ to comply with ‘Gambling Legislation’. Registering on jasonkellygolf.commakes us a ‘Private Members Club’. Returning players won’t receive confirmation unless there’s an issue with their entry.
  12. Prize Distribution: The number of paid places will be disclosed in the email on Thursday 16th May 2024.

** Please use your phone horizontally for better view of the list below:-

The PGA Championship Sweep 2024 
Scottie Scheffler 118 Aaron Rai 27 Jordan Smith 15
Rory McIlroy 103 Chris Kirk 26 Takumi Kanaya 15
Brooks Koepka 82 Mackenzie Hughes 26 Alexander Bjork 14
Xander Schauffele 81 Kurt Kitayama 26 Gary Woodland 14
Ludvig Aberg 80 Nicolai Hojgaard 26 Charley Hoffman 14
Jon Rahm 75 Keegan Bradley 26 Ben Kohles 13
Collin Morikawa 66 Lucas Glover 25 Thriston Lawrence 12
Bryson DeChambeau 65 Adam Schenk 25 Grayson Murray 12
Max Homa 62 Taylor Pendrith 25 Peter Malnati 11
Tommy Fleetwood 59 Thomas Detry 24 Brice Garnett 11
Patrick Cantlay 58 Tom Hoge 24 Sami Valimaki 10
Cameron Smith 57 Adam Hadwin 24 Alejandro Tosti 10
Joaquin Niemann 57 Erik van Rooyen 23 Tim Widing 10
Justin Thomas 56 Taylor Moore 23 Taylor Montgomery 10
Viktor Hovland 56 Matthieu Pavon 23 Francesco Molinari 9
Wyndham Clark 55 Jake Knapp 22 Padraig Harrington 9
Tyrrell Hatton 54 Tiger Woods 22 Kazuma Kobori 9
Cameron Young 53 Beau Hossler 22 Vincent Norrman 9
Hideki Matsuyama 50 Adrian Meronk 22 Andy Ogletree 9
Jason Day 49 Ryan Fox 21 Jesper Svensson 9
Byeong-Hun An 47 Justin Rose 21 Martin Kaymer 8
Will Zalatoris 45 Luke List 21 Zac Blair 7
Dustin Johnson 45 Maverick McNealy 20 Ryan Van Velzen 6
Jordan Spieth 44 Robert MacIntyre 20 Camilo Villegas 5
Matt Fitzpatrick 44 Lucas Herbert 20 Luke Donald 5
Sungjae Im 44 Eric Cole 20 Jason Dufner 4
Sahith Theegala 43 Sebastian Soderberg 20 Michael Block 4
Tony Finau 43 Nick Taylor 20 Jimmy Walker 4
Sam Burns 42 Patrick Rodgers 20 Y E Yang 4
Min Woo Lee 42 Thorbjorn Olesen 20 Andrew Svoboda 3
Corey Conners 41 Austin Eckroat 19 Braden Shattuck 2
Russell Henley 40 Victor Perez 19 Brad Marek 2
Si Woo Kim 39 Ben Griffin 19 John Somers 2
Shane Lowry 39 Alex Smalley 18 Shaun Micheel 2
Talor Gooch 38 Andrew Putnam 18 Ben Polland 2
Sepp Straka 38 Christopher Gotterup 18 Tyler Collet 2
Adam Scott 36 Matt Wallace 18 Zac Oakley 2
Stephan Jaeger 34 Brendon Todd 18 Jeremy Wells 2
Akhshay Bhatia 34 Keita Nakajima 18 Kyle Mendoza 2
Brian Harman 33 Nick Dunlap 17 Rich Beem 2
Joohyung Kim 33 Kyoung-Hoon Lee 17 Larkin Gross 2
Alex Noren 33 Mark Hubbard 17 Jared Jones 2
Denny McCarthy 32 Phil Mickelson 17 Evan Bowser 2
Rickie Fowler 31 Seonghyeon Kim 17 Matt Dobyns 2
Dean Burmester 30 Doug Ghim 17 Jesse Mueller 2
Patrick Reed 30 Ryo Hisatsune 17 Preston Cole 2
Christiaan Bezuidenhout 30 David Puig 16 Josh Bevell 2
Billy Horschel 28 Adrian Otaegui 16 Tracy Phillips 2
Harris English 28 Emiliano Grillo 16 Josh Speight 2
Keith Mitchell 28 Rasmus Hojgaard 16 John Daly 1
Cam Davis 27 Adam Svensson 16 Wyatt Worthington II 1
J.T Poston 27 Lee Hodges 15 Jeffrey Kellen 1

 

Main Sweep Event

James Niknejad was very confident with his 10-shot lead going into the final day and claimed today “it’s not a R4 – it’s a victory lap”.

When I looked at the composition of the teams in the top 10 this morning there was so much variability, probably reflecting the tough pricing Jason set at the start of the week, that I thought could lead to some big moves. Scheffler’s name did feature on many near the top but, other than him, we had a full range of golfers to track.

James’ confidence was fully justified and, although the gap did get down to 6 shots at one point, he eventually extended his win to 12 shots when his team finished on 9 under – he was the only team to score under par. Impressive picking from James who has upped his game in the main event these days as he also collected a prize last year I believe – he was referred to as the LSS specialist as he collected this prize on more than one occasion in the early days.

In 2nd place at 3 over par is Chris and Mark Seal who scored 5 under for the day to move them up one place. 3rd position is taken by James Massey, who managed to get into the prizes despite having one missed cut golfer – James finished at 6 over. JK had a good final day after the disasters he had yesterday, McCarthy and Kitayama went out early but did well which pulled him back into contention. His team score was 5 under today to move him to a 7 over total. On Saturday morning he had ambitions to collect £2,600 and use it to upgrade the website; as he only picks up £650 we may not get the gold plated version he was dreaming of. We have a tie for 5th place between Carol Soutar and the day 1 leader Stuart Mackie with a sweep score of 8 over.

There are always hard luck stories and just missing out were Charles Tuchel and, once again, John Gutkin who got to 4th at once point until Aberg and Homa suffered at the start of their back nine – one day John you might time your run and collect something from these sweeps!

Scheffler was impressive over the back 9 as others faded away and just like James in the sweep there was no doubt who as going to win – Aberg found trouble at the 11th but showed resilience as he fought his way back to get close, but class told in the end – not bad for his Masters debut and surely he’ll win one of these soon. No one threatened to come through form the pack. I was chatting to Jason about it mid-round, his view was the course set up meant it was difficult to attack for risk of clocking up big numbers. It was still great viewing and whilst not a nail-biting finish, there were some great shots to watch.

Consolation Events – Note these are the team scores for all 6 golfers over the weekend.

MC1

Carol Soutar came out on top with a 1 under weekend score – however as Carol won a main prize she does not qualify for this one as well. Four teams scored 1 over at the weekend: Suzy Donaldson, Mark Josephson, Mark Doyle and Cavanaugh. We split ties by the team overall score and the respective scores were +13, +21, +22 and +25 so Suzy gets 1st place with Mark getting 2nd.

MC2

Barbara Dalton finished on 10 over with Tom Welsh on 11 over. Hard luck to 12 overs from Seth Underwood, Peter Crouch and Stuart Field.

MC3

James Weapon wins this with 17 over closely followed by Ryan Davies at 18 over. Just missing out were Dennis Holdsworth and Andy Davies – not sure if he is related to Ryan, if so, perhaps they might split it?

MC4/5

Keith Donaldson finished on +32 just pipping Mark Webber by one shot. The Donaldson team once again get some return from these sweeps as the regulars will recall Suzy had a couple of big wins last year.

Winning Golfer Prize

61 teams had Scheffler – of these only two picked the 2nd place golfer (Aberg). The team belonging to Chinese Ambassador and Chris Willmot managed this. The former team included Pavon (1 over) as his 3rd best finisher whereas Chris included Scott (4 over) so the prize goes to Chinese Ambassador. The Chinese Ambassador team just missed out in the main event but the £350 on offer here is comparable with the lower prizes in the main event. The team name of Chinese Ambassador reminded me that there were a couple of amusing team names in the list that some may have noticed – my favourite was Harry The Hammer, which I did find amusing when entering all the team details on Tuesday and Wednesday this week – some light relief when the going gets tough:-) into the early hours.

LSS

Tom Kim went out early and shot a 66 which no one equalled or bettered. We do not think anyone picked Kim so if that is the case then we’ll carry forward the £350 on offer to the PGA in May. Jason and I discussed it this eveningand there were 3 options: (a) pay to the next golfer, (b) carry it forward or (c) ‘croupiers tip’ as Jason referred to it – we decided to go for the middle option as that seemed fairer to all.

Hole in 1 Bonus

No holes in 1 yesterday – a couple came close most notably Zalatoris but we carry forward the £500 on to the USPGA next month. When the TV coverage went to Ryan Fox on 16 we wondered is this an ace? – Alas no for the Fox supporters as he dumped it in the water.

Other

We won’t go into the details again, but you’ll have been aware that we have had some technical problems with this sweep which has meant it has been very tough for us, but also not great for a few people who did not receive the updates. We will look at how we can improve things ahead of the PGA next month.  This is likely to require some investment. All we can do for now is apologise to those that were impacted and try to ensure we do not get repeat problems in future sweeps. Where people informed us they were not getting the updates we were able to send them on separately. So, please, if it does happen again let us know and we can try rectify it.

We’ll be back for the PGA Sweep in 4 weeks and hopefully we’ll see lots of you for that.

Summary of Prize Payouts

Main Event

1st              £2600 James Niknejad

2nd             £1300 Chris and Mark Seal

3rd              £900 James Massey

4th              £650 Jason Kelly

5th              tie  £370 each Carol Soutar and Stuart Mackie

Consolation Event

MC1 £320 Suzy Donaldson, £180 Mark Josephson

MC2 £250 Barbara Dalton, £150 Tom Welsh

MC3 £200 James Weapon, £110 Ryan Davies

MC4/5  £150 Keith Donaldson

LSS

£350 no one – cfwd to the PGA

Hole in 1 none so £500 cfwd to PGA

Winning Golfer Prize £350 Chinese Ambassador.

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Thanks Ian, and thank you all for playing.  As always, can those who won prizes please forward me their preffered payment method and details please.

JK

Position Name Score Missed Cut Weekend
1 James Niknejad -9 0 -1
2 Mark and Chris Seal 3 0 1
3 James Massey 6 1 3
4 Jason Kelly 2 7 0 15
5 Carol Soutar 8 1 -1
  Stuart Mackie 8 0 10
7 Charles Tuchel 10 1 9
8 Chinese Ambassador 12 0 11
  John Gutkin 1 12 0 8
  Ryan Leverton 12 0 7
11 Suzy Donaldson 13 1 1
  Edward Hogan 13 1 10
  Felicity Weekes 13 0 8
  Mayukh Chhibber 2 13 0 4
15 Ben Jones 2 14 0 14
16 Tom Atkinson 16 1 6
  Robert Goldsmith 16 0 15
  Graeme Hipkiss 2 16 0 4
  John Quinn 1 16 0 8
20 Douglas Russell-Lowe 17 0 11
  Josh Simpson 17 0 6
22 Simon Cope 18 1 10
  Mark Swires 18 1 14
24 John Bolsover 19 1 4
  Gary Flood 2 19 1 4
  Jack Wilkes 2 19 0 2
27 Jon Laycock 2 20 0 2
  Stewart Driver 2 20 1 8
  Neil Davies 20 0 7
30 Paul Kemp 21 1 13
  Stuart Field 2 21 1 18
  James Hickson 21 1 3
  Mark Josephson 21 1 1
  Alan Barber 1 21 1 11
  Carl Diable 2 21 1 10
  John Hill 3 21 1 3
37 Greg Snowden 22 0 2
  Rob Greenwood 22 0 12
  Lisa/Sue 2 22 1 16
  Mark Doyle 2 22 1 1
  Tom Boyd 22 0 14
  Phil Lewin 22 0 7
43 Louise Cromarty 23 0 3
  Dan Davies 23 0 4
  Dean King 2 23 1 8
  Gribble 1 23 0 8
  Sandeep Grewal 23 1 10
  Gwyneth Davies 23 1 8
49 Antony Childs 24 1 8
  Fraser Cromarty 24 0 10
  David Hargrave 24 1 15
  Gary Hodgson 24 0 14
  David Dalton 24 1 10
  Barbara Dalton 24 2 10
  Tom Donaldson 2 24 1 8
  Michael McQueen 3 24 1 11
  Redpot 24 0 8
  Dale Hartless 24 0 6
59 William Gallimore C 25 1 7
  Ron Smartt 25 0 16
  Dan Balsdon 25 1 12
  Cavanaugh 5 25 1 1
  Paul Eastwood 25 1 6
64 Barry Winter 26 0 19
  Ryan Jensen 26 0 8
  Danny Wilson 26 1 11
  Steve Dine 26 2 15
  Joe McEvilly 26 1 13
69 Jeremy Brooks 27 1 5
  Andy Thompson 27 1 11
  Matthew Bate 27 0 11
  Brian Pilotille 1 27 1 21
  Frankie Boland 27 1 8
  Ross – GCS 27 2 13
  Pamela Morgan 27 1 17
76 John Gutkin 2 28 1 12
  Seth Underwood 2 28 2 12
  Jack Anker 28 0 7
  Emily Sayers 28 1 17
  Stewart Driver 1 28 1 15
  Lee Crowe 28 0 16
  Alex Leverton 28 1 23
  Ian Draper 28 0 8
  Chris Willmot 28 1 9
  Luke Hogan 28 1 9
  Cavanaugh 1 28 0 21
  Pat Murphy 28 1 10
  Terry Madden 28 0 22
89 Tim Bortwick 1 29 1 14
  Christopher Hey 29 1 8
  Jan Murphy 29 1 17
  Rich Anderson 29 0 19
  Richard Butler 29 1 5
  William Gallimore B 29 0 18
  Bernard Tonge 2 29 1 12
  Carl Diable 1 29 1 5
  Redrich 29 1 16
  Douce Lawson 29 2 13
99 Espen Erichsen 30 1 12
  Charlie Goldsmith 30 0 18
  Jim Derby 30 1 15
102 James Gove 31 1 15
  Gavin Seeley 31 2 14
  Peter Black 31 0 13
  Dan Balsdon/Greg Snowden 31 2 22
  John Quinn 2 31 1 7
107 Chris Steele 32 1 20
  Peter Nixon 32 0 9
  Barry Drain 32 1 12
  Adrian Lis 32 2 23
  Nick Irens 32 1 13
  Tyran Taylor 32 2 17
  John Hill 2 32 0 10
  Bakey 2 32 1 17
  Naman Sujanti 32 2 19
116 Mike Hill 2 33 1 21
  Michael McQueen 1 33 1 8
  John Hill 1 33 0 10
  Dooks of Hazzard 33 1 16
  Jo Edwards 1 33 1 5
  Louis Gallacher 33 0 7
122 Jamie Spears 34 0 15
  Oliver Hickling 34 1 11
  Mick Laffey 34 1 19
  Luke Howard 2 34 0 11
  Shaun Marples 1 34 0 16
  Kate Hargrave 34 1 19
  Richard Warburton 2 34 1 15
  Alan Barber 3 34 0 17
  Michael McQueen 2 34 2 20
  Stephen Maddox 34 0 13
  Marek Lenartowicz 34 2 17
  Harry The Hammer 34 1 14
  Jack Wilkes 1 34 1 13
135 Lawrence Skinner 35 1 28
  Phillip Marshall 35 1 19
  Glen Joss 1 35 1 24
  James Morris 35 0 16
  Heston Orchard 35 1 10
  Sandy 1 35 1 18
  Gary Dinshaw 35 2 21
142 Douglas Durrant 36 2 14
  Ray Morgan 36 0 21
  John Demaine 36 1 9
  Tom Welsh 36 2 11
  Jeremy Willans 36 1 18
  Brian Pilotille 1 36 1 11
148 Peter Crouch 37 2 12
  Paul Bramley 37 2 18
  Greg Josling 2 37 2 23
  Toby Walton 1 37 1 16
  James Mitchell 2 37 1 9
  Richard Warburton 3 37 1 13
  Matthew Wood 37 1 15
  Rhodri Williams 2 37 1 8
  Harry Cottam 37 1 17
  Al & Deb H 2 37 2 22
  Richard Edwards 37 0 7
  Mark Ingram 37 1 15
  Rockstars 37 1 13
  Al & Ewan H 37 1 20
  Mark Doyle 1 37 1 20
  Terry Mahoney 37 1 16
  Alex Whitaker 37 2 19
165 Max Maxwell 38 1 12
  Kevin Bywater 38 0 15
  Richard Warburton 1 38 0 18
  Stuart Field 1 38 2 12
  Dominic Docherty 38 1 15
  Pauline D 38 1 13
  Jason Reeves 38 1 17
  Allan McMaster 38 2 13
  Jon Tait 38 1 15
174 Sandra Bramley 39 2 24
  John Meadows 39 2 26
  Matt V 39 1 19
  Josh Nutter 39 2 17
  Mark Sanderson 39 2 25
  Big Jim 1 39 1 19
  The Mouse 39 1 21
  Matthew Kenny 2 39 2 16
  David Butler 39 1 18
  Robert Blackburn 39 1 19
184 Sean O’Reilly 40 2 16
  Matt McCullagh 40 2 21
  Lionel Draper 40 1 14
  Leyton Hardwick 40 1 8
  William Gallimore D 40 1 10
189 Adam Johnson 41 1 13
  Greg Josling 1 41 1 9
  Oliver Chinery 41 1 26
  Oliver Reid 41 1 10
  David Cochrane 41 2 29
  Sam Dibb 2 41 2 14
  Andy Harbord 1 41 1 18
  Andrew Umbers 41 0 22
197 James Mitchell 42 1 25
  Toby Walton 2 42 1 16
  Anthony Twiss 42 1 19
  James Wearon 42 3 17
  Matthew Kenny 1 42 2 14
  Kyle Armstrong 42 2 21
  Amanda 1 42 1 21
  Cavanaugh 3 42 0 19
  Will Staddon 2 42 1 20
206 Helen Bywater 43 2 21
  Barney 2 43 1 29
  Craig Turnock 43 2 25
  Jo Edwards 2 43 0 21
210 Simon Stacey 44 1 12
  Robert Daw 44 1 14
  William Gallimore A 44 1 20
  Terry Johnston 44 1 25
  Joel Preston 44 2 15
215 Matthew Hetherington 45 1 16
  Freddie Leighton 45 2 16
  Lisa/Sue 1 45 2 23
  B Davidson 1 45 2 26
  Lambo 1 45 2 26
  Lee D 45 1 25
  Adam Lewis 45 1 29
222 Tony Wright 46 0 23
  Caroline Theyer 46 3 20
  Ben Jones 1 46 2 24
  Mark Allen 2 46 1 12
  Lisa/Sue 3 46 2 20
  Alan Barber 2 46 1 26
  Glen Joss 2 46 0 25
  Daniel Hudson 46 2 20
  John Gower 46 2 25
  Josh Kerslake 46 2 22
  Richard Thompson 46 1 24
  Darragh Butler 46 1 21
  Phin 2 46 2 22
235 Andy Davies 47 3 19
  Rhodri Williams 1 47 2 26
  Jason Kelly 1 47 2 18
238 Neil Marples 48 3 23
  James Connolly 48 2 19
  Shaun Marples 2 48 1 23
  Phineas Williams 48 1 29
  Jon Laycock 1 48 1 27
  Athos Christodoulou 48 2 17
  Michael Drain 48 1 16
  Simon Soutar 48 1 22
  Bakey 1 48 2 26
  Victoria 7 48 2 21
  Neil Gillam 48 3 29
249 Ian Walls 49 2 28
  Mike Hill 1 49 2 21
  Dean King 1 49 1 22
  Bernard Tonge 3 49 2 25
  Mark Bevan 3 49 3 21
  Ste Dawson 49 2 14
255 Ryan Davies 50 3 18
  Neil Johnson 2 50 3 28
  Peter Lowson 50 3 22
  Mark Allen 1 50 2 22
  Big Jim 3 50 2 24
  Alex Paramor 50 0 33
  Alex Morris 50 1 15
  B Davidson 2 50 1 23
  Christopher Ward 50 1 22
  James McConnachie 50 1 30
  Mayukh Chhibber 1 50 1 28
266 Andrew Crick 51 1 23
  Clint Griffin 51 1 18
  Niall Gallagher 51 1 31
  Eamonn Tiernan 51 1 30
  Nick Moss 51 2 13
271 Edward Nicholson 52 3 21
  David Wilkes 52 1 24
  Tony Hallum 52 1 25
  Al & Mark Perks 1 52 2 24
275 Barney 1 53 2 18
  Mike Hill 3 53 2 22
  Big Jim 2 53 1 27
  Tom Donaldson 1 53 2 22
  Al and Deb H 3 53 2 24
  Ian Vinten 53 2 21
  Graeme Hipkiss 1 53 2 24
  Andy Harbord 2 53 2 24
283 Seth Underwood 1 54 2 25
  Harrison O’Hara 54 1 24
  Tim Magnus 54 2 18
  Paul Brogan 54 2 21
  Ryan Bourne 54 1 36
288 George Maddox 55 3 28
  Steve Care 55 2 27
  Richard O’Brien 55 1 21
  Tim Backhouse 55 2 16
  Mark Holman 55 2 29
  Amelia Hickling 55 2 29
294 Simon Paterson 56 1 24
  Glen Bickle 56 1 29
  Dennis Holdsworth 56 3 19
  Steve Care 2 56 2 33
  Alan Barber 4 56 1 24
  Steven Gray 56 0 29
  Tom Bate 56 1 23
  William Rice 56 3 33
  James Dart 56 3 27
  Sam Dibb 1 56 1 26
  Mark Weekes 56 1 27
305 John Johnson 57 1 27
  Stuart Palmer 57 2 28
  Peter Clark 57 3 32
  Jason Palmer 57 1 31
309 Luke Howard 1 58 1 26
310 Tim Bortwick 2 59 2 22
311 Robin Lawson 1 60 2 27
  Cavanaugh 4 60 1 37
  Matt Warburton 60 3 28
  John Izzard 60 2 32
315 Tim Bortwick 3 61 3 36
  Mark Webber 61 4 33
  Toby Skinner 61 2 26
  Bernard Tonge 1 61 2 28
319 Steve Blakesley 62 2 25
  Lacey Clark 62 2 38
  Ciaran Griggs 62 3 26
  Daniel Gawith 62 3 24
323 John Radcliffe 63 3 31
  Al & Mark Perks 2 63 3 33
  Chris Congdon 1 63 3 30
  Robin Lawson 2 63 3 24
  Paul Maddox 63 3 28
328 Gary Flood 1 64 3 28
  Paul Butler 64 3 29
  Jim Josephson 64 2 32
331 Ross Steele 65 3 24
  Will Staddon 1 65 2 38
  Ralph Weekes 65 3 24
334 Mark Bevan 1 66 3 29
335 Niall Laffey 67 2 37
336 Neil Johnson 1 68 2 31
  Keith Donaldson 68 4 32
  Alain Poncelet 68 2 35
339 Al & Deb H 1 70 3 24
  Chris Congdon 2 70 3 35
  Cavanaugh 2 70 3 41
342 Jordan Folorunso 72 3 32
343 Keith Hunter 74 3 38
344 Karl Falvey 76 2 29
  Mark Bevan 2 76 3 37
346 Graham Stirling 78 4 36
347 Andrew Nicolson 94 5 44

Sweep Day 4 update

Ian cheekily pointed out last night, “Surely James Niknejad can’t blow a 10-shot lead unless his team performs like yours did today.” Ouch! With my team posting +20, it turns out sometimes picking players that miss the cut might be a better strategy! It is a shame, I had already started spending my winnings a new, more automated sweep system!

James’ team, on the other hand, cruised in at +1, holding an impressive -7 total and that enviable 10-shot lead. James Massey’s team shot level par for day 3, securing second place with a 5-shot cushion over ‘Mark and Chris Seal,’ and Robert Goldsmith occupying third at +8.

Bringing up the rear, Andrew Nicolson props up the board on +75. When asked for comment yesterday regarding his ‘record breaking Masters score’ he claimed norovirus meant he hadn’t seen a shot.  A blessing in disguise, perhaps? Although, watching my team’s performance yesterday, I felt a bit queasy myself!

I had to decline a golf outing with James Niknejad this Friday. We were tied in The Masters golf later that day, and he proposed watching the final round at a pub in Ascot. It sounded fun at the time, I might have to cut the lawn instead now…..

Anyway, it has been an interesting Masters, a different Masters, and has been an accurate reflection of golf more widely this year.  Loads of top players (bar Scheffler) underperforming and less well-known, or established, players taking their chances.  The course and the weather have certainly played their part, and everything, including the course, has felt very much ‘on the edge’ so far.  This has definitely added to the tension, it has been far from relaxing viewing.  I hope they soften it up a bit today, the weather looks perfect, and if there are a few more birdies out there today it could be an incredibly exciting final round.  It would be great to see guys charging from the pack, instead of falling back into it.

As has been the theme of this Masters it looks very much in Scheffler’s hands.  If he putts ok, who can beat him?  Probably no one. It has been a long time since Morikawa has had a chance to win, posting one top 10 this season in the TOC in Hawaii, an event he blew the previous season inducing this ‘slump’. Homa doesn’t appear to have the firepower to blow this field away and may have to rely on everyone else making mistakes, as he outstays them. Aberg has consistently surprised me, but can he really win on his Masters and Major debut? History isn’t on his side. Dechambeau will be buoyed by his walk-off hole out on 18 last night, and he could be anything today, 64 or 84 wouldn’t surprise. Schauffele, Smith, and Young have all creeped back into contention but would require something extraordinary from 5 and 6 back.  My prediction, for what it is worth? Scheffler cruises to victory, unless Bryson decides to take on the course. But hey, my team did shoot +20 yesterday!

Now, let’s talk Sweep business. Don’t forget the Low Score Sunday—pick a player for the lowest Sunday round; predict his score, and guess the winning Masters tourment score for tiebreakers.  EG. Bryson Dechambeau, 58, -18 (disclaimer: not my actual entry). And let’s not overlook the £500 hole-in-one prize, with all eyes on the 16th! Just don’t be Shane Lowry. Imagine splitting the pot among 95 winners!  More logistic nightmares for an already troubled Sweep….

Here’s to an exhilarating final round of The Masters Tournament on perhaps the best weekend in sports…..

(Consolation leaderbaords are under the main leaderbord)

Position Name Score Missed Cut Weekend
1 James Niknejad -7 0 1
2 James Massey 3 1 0
3 Mark and Chris Seal 8 0 6
  Robert Goldsmith 8 0 7
5 Carol Soutar 9 1 0
6 Mark Swires 10 1 6
  Felicity Weekes 10 0 5
  Stuart Mackie 10 0 12
9 Charles Tuchel 11 1 10
  Mayukh Chhibber 2 11 0 2
11 Ryan Leverton 12 0 7
  Ben Jones 2 12 0 12
  Jason Kelly 2 12 0 20
  Ron Smartt 12 0 3
15 John Gutkin 1 13 0 9
  Rob Greenwood 13 0 3
  Josh Simpson 13 0 2
  Graeme Hipkiss 2 13 0 1
  John Quinn 1 13 0 5
20 Brian Pilotille 1 14 1 8
21 John Bolsover 15 1 0
  Alan Barber 1 15 1 5
  Edward Hogan 15 1 12
  Pamela Morgan 15 1 5
25 Douglas Russell-Lowe 16 0 10
26 Chinese Ambassador 17 0 16
  Fraser Cromarty 17 0 3
  Dan Davies 17 0 -2
  Glen Joss 1 17 1 6
30 Barry Winter 18 0 11
  Paul Kemp 18 1 10
  Suzy Donaldson 18 1 6
  Jon Laycock 2 18 0 0
  Michael McQueen 3 18 1 5
  Terry Madden 18 0 12
  Phil Lewin 18 0 3
37 Stuart Field 2 19 1 16
  Gary Hodgson 19 0 9
  Redrich 19 1 6
  Joe McEvilly 19 1 6
41 Charlie Goldsmith 20 0 8
  Lee Crowe 20 0 8
  Lisa/Sue 2 20 1 14
  Tom Boyd 20 0 12
45 Simon Cope 21 1 13
  Gary Flood 2 21 1 6
  James Hickson 21 1 3
  Louise Cromarty 21 0 1
  Matthew Bate 21 0 5
  Alan Barber 3 21 0 4
  John Hill 2 21 0 -1
  Gwyneth Davies 21 1 6
53 Greg Snowden 22 0 2
  Antony Childs 22 1 6
  Tim Bortwick 1 22 1 7
  Emily Sayers 22 1 11
  Tom Atkinson 22 1 12
  Oliver Chinery 22 1 7
  William Gallimore B 22 0 11
  Bernard Tonge 2 22 1 5
  Adrian Lis 22 2 13
  Carl Diable 2 22 1 11
  Douce Lawson 22 2 6
  Paul Eastwood 22 1 3
65 Chris Steele 23 1 11
  Ryan Jensen 23 0 5
  Phillip Marshall 23 1 7
  John Hill 3 23 1 5
  Stephen Maddox 23 0 2
  Dooks of Hazzard 23 1 6
71 Jan Murphy 24 1 12
  Stewart Driver 1 24 1 11
  Barbara Dalton 24 2 10
  Gribble 1 24 0 9
  Sandeep Grewal 24 1 11
  Pat Murphy 24 1 6
  Jack Wilkes 2 24 0 7
78 Barney 2 25 1 11
  Jim Derby 25 1 10
  Jeremy Brooks 25 1 3
  Andy Thompson 25 1 9
  Shaun Marples 1 25 0 7
  Kate Hargrave 25 1 10
  Richard Warburton 2 25 1 6
  Rich Anderson 25 0 15
  Nick Irens 25 1 6
  Dan Balsdon 25 1 12
  Danny Wilson 25 1 10
  Steve Dine 25 2 14
  Gary Dinshaw 25 2 11
  Naman Sujanti 25 2 12
  Dale Hartless 25 0 7
  Neil Davies 25 0 12
94 Mick Laffey 26 1 11
  Seth Underwood 2 26 2 10
  David Hargrave 26 1 17
  Stewart Driver 2 26 1 14
  Tom Donaldson 2 26 1 10
  Alex Leverton 26 1 21
  Harry The Hammer 26 1 6
  Ian Draper 26 0 6
  Redpot 26 0 10
  Peter Black 26 0 8
  Mark Doyle 1 26 1 9
  Dan Balsdon/Greg Snowden 26 2 17
  Cavanaugh 1 26 0 19
107 Espen Erichsen 27 1 9
  Oliver Hickling 27 1 4
  James Mitchell 27 1 10
  Jack Anker 27 0 6
  Dean King 2 27 1 12
  David Dalton 27 1 13
  Michael McQueen 1 27 1 2
  Marek Lenartowicz 27 2 10
  The Mouse 27 1 9
  Craig Turnock 27 2 9
  Mark Doyle 2 27 1 6
  James Morris 27 0 8
  Cavanaugh 5 27 1 3
  Frankie Boland 27 1 8
  Ross – GCS 27 2 13
  Andrew Umbers 27 0 8
123 Sandra Bramley 28 2 13
  James Gove 28 1 12
  Mark Josephson 28 1 8
  William Gallimore C 28 1 10
  Jeremy Willans 28 1 10
  Terry Johnston 28 1 9
  Al & Deb H 2 28 2 13
  Michael McQueen 2 28 2 14
  Richard Edwards 28 0 -2
  Carl Diable 1 28 1 4
  Jason Reeves 28 1 7
  Terry Mahoney 28 1 7
135 Jamie Spears 29 0 10
  Phineas Williams 29 1 10
  Richard Butler 29 1 5
  Mark Sanderson 29 2 15
  Brian Pilotille 1 29 1 4
  Gavin Seeley 29 2 12
  Kyle Armstrong 29 2 8
  Sandy 1 29 1 12
  Jack Wilkes 1 29 1 8
144 Lawrence Skinner 30 1 23
  Christopher Hey 30 1 9
  Peter Nixon 30 0 7
  Matt McCullagh 30 2 11
  John Meadows 30 2 17
  William Gallimore A 30 1 6
  Barry Drain 30 1 10
  Tyran Taylor 30 2 15
  Dominic Docherty 30 1 7
  David Cochrane 30 2 18
  Jon Tait 30 1 7
155 Douglas Durrant 31 2 9
  Paul Bramley 31 2 12
  Max Maxwell 31 1 5
  Luke Howard 2 31 0 8
  Mike Hill 2 31 1 19
  Tony Wright 31 0 8
  Al & Ewan H 31 1 14
  Will Staddon 2 31 1 9
  John Quinn 2 31 1 7
  Robert Blackburn 31 1 11
  Alex Whitaker 31 2 13
166 John Gutkin 2 32 1 16
  Kevin Bywater 32 0 9
  Bakey 2 32 1 17
  Luke Hogan 32 1 13
  David Butler 32 1 11
  Louis Gallacher 32 0 6
172 Sean O’Reilly 33 2 9
  Matt V 33 1 13
  Matthew Wood 33 1 11
  Big Jim 1 33 1 13
  John Hill 1 33 0 10
  Bakey 1 33 2 11
  Lee D 33 1 13
  Chris Willmot 33 1 14
  Amanda 1 33 1 12
  Jo Edwards 2 33 0 11
  Adam Lewis 33 1 17
  Neil Gillam 33 3 14
  Andy Harbord 1 33 1 10
185 Peter Crouch 34 2 9
  Lionel Draper 34 1 8
  Robert Daw 34 1 4
  Lambo 1 34 2 15
  Pauline D 34 1 9
  Jo Edwards 1 34 1 6
  Cavanaugh 3 34 0 11
192 Ray Morgan 35 0 20
  Tom Welsh 35 2 10
  Greg Josling 2 35 2 21
  Toby Walton 1 35 1 14
  Richard Warburton 1 35 0 15
  Simon Stacey 35 1 3
  Richard Warburton 3 35 1 11
  Jon Laycock 1 35 1 14
  Anthony Twiss 35 1 12
  Harry Cottam 35 1 15
  Alan Barber 2 35 1 15
  Simon Soutar 35 1 9
  Mark Ingram 35 1 13
  Rockstars 35 1 11
  Sam Dibb 2 35 2 8
  Ryan Bourne 35 1 17
208 Stuart Field 1 36 2 10
  William Gallimore D 36 1 6
  Allan McMaster 36 2 11
  Amelia Hickling 36 2 10
  Darragh Butler 36 1 11
213 John Demaine 37 1 10
  Helen Bywater 37 2 15
  Josh Nutter 37 2 15
  Alex Paramor 37 0 20
  Lisa/Sue 1 37 2 15
  B Davidson 1 37 2 18
  Heston Orchard 37 1 12
  Mayukh Chhibber 1 37 1 15
221 Andrew Crick 38 1 10
  Oliver Reid 38 1 7
  Al & Mark Perks 1 38 2 10
  Daniel Hudson 38 2 12
  James McConnachie 38 1 18
  Phin 2 38 2 14
227 Neil Marples 39 3 14
  Toby Walton 2 39 1 13
  Leyton Hardwick 39 1 7
  James Mitchell 2 39 1 11
  Mark Allen 2 39 1 5
  Rhodri Williams 2 39 1 10
  Harrison O’Hara 39 1 9
  Matthew Kenny 2 39 2 16
  Mark Holman 39 2 13
  Jason Palmer 39 1 13
237 John Johnson 40 1 10
  George Maddox 40 3 13
  Freddie Leighton 40 2 11
  Seth Underwood 1 40 2 11
  Caroline Theyer 40 3 14
  Ben Jones 1 40 2 18
  Mark Allen 1 40 2 12
  Big Jim 2 40 1 14
  Big Jim 3 40 2 14
  Alan Barber 4 40 1 8
  Mark Bevan 3 40 3 12
  Steven Gray 40 0 13
  Josh Kerslake 40 2 16
  Alex Morris 40 1 5
  Joel Preston 40 2 11
  Richard Thompson 40 1 18
  Niall Gallagher 40 1 20
  Mark Weekes 40 1 11
255 Peter Lowson 41 3 13
  Rhodri Williams 1 41 2 20
  Steve Care 2 41 2 18
  Lisa/Sue 3 41 2 15
  Al and Deb H 3 41 2 12
  William Rice 41 3 18
  Peter Clark 41 3 16
262 Mathew Hetherington 42 1 13
  Greg Josling 1 42 1 10
  Ian Walls 42 2 21
  Neil Johnson 2 42 3 20
  Andy Davies 42 3 14
  Dean King 1 42 1 15
  Tony Hallum 42 1 15
  Tim Magnus 42 2 6
  B Davidson 2 42 1 15
  Victoria 7 42 2 15
  James Wearon 42 3 17
  Cavanaugh 4 42 1 19
274 Mike Hill 3 43 2 12
  Glen Joss 2 43 0 22
  John Gower 43 2 22
  John Izzard 43 2 15
  Sam Dibb 1 43 1 13
279 Stuart Palmer 44 2 15
  Steve Care 44 2 16
  Glen Bickle 44 1 17
  Shaun Marples 2 44 1 19
  Tom Donaldson 1 44 2 13
  Jason Kelly 1 44 2 15
  Tom Bate 44 1 11
286 Tim Bortwick 3 45 3 20
  Ryan Davies 45 3 13
  Mike Hill 1 45 2 17
  Dennis Holdsworth 45 3 8
  Athos Christodoulou 45 2 14
  Bernard Tonge 3 45 2 21
  Michael Drain 45 1 13
  Christopher Ward 45 1 17
  Matthew Kenny 1 45 2 17
  Robin Lawson 1 45 2 12
  Ian Vinten 45 2 13
  Graeme Hipkiss 1 45 2 16
  Nick Moss 45 2 7
299 Luke Howard 1 46 1 14
  Eamonn Tiernan 46 1 25
301 Tim Bortwick 2 47 2 10
  Adam Johnson 47 1 19
  Tim Backhouse 47 2 8
  Lacey Clark 47 2 23
  Matt Warburton 47 3 15
  Ste Dawson 47 2 12
  Andy Harbord 2 47 2 18
308 Barney 1 48 2 13
  Neil Johnson 1 48 2 11
  Paul Brogan 48 2 15
311 James Connolly 49 2 20
  Mark Webber 49 4 21
  Richard O’Brien 49 1 15
  Chris Congdon 1 49 3 16
  Clint Griffin 49 1 16
316 Gary Flood 1 50 3 14
  David Wilkes 50 1 22
  Simon Paterson 50 1 18
  Toby Skinner 50 2 15
  James Dart 50 3 21
321 Edward Nicholson 51 3 20
  John Radcliffe 51 3 19
  Paul Maddox 51 3 16
324 Mark Bevan 1 52 3 15
  Ciaran Griggs 52 3 16
  Niall Laffey 52 2 22
327 Keith Hunter 53 3 17
  Al & Mark Perks 2 53 3 23
  Paul Butler 53 3 18
330 Bernard Tonge 1 54 2 21
  Daniel Gawith 54 3 16
  Jim Josephson 54 2 22
333 Jordan Folorunso 55 3 15
  Alain Poncelet 55 2 22
  Mark Bevan 2 55 3 16
  Chris Congdon 2 55 3 20
  Robin Lawson 2 55 3 16
  Cavanaugh 2 55 3 26
339 Keith Donaldson 56 4 20
  Will Staddon 1 56 2 29
  Ralph Weekes 56 3 15
342 Al & Deb H 1 57 3 11
  Ross Steele 57 3 16
344 Steve Blakesley 58 2 21
345 Karl Falvey 60 2 13
346 Graham Stirling 63 4 21
347 Andrew Nicolson 75 5 25

MC 1
Name Weekend Score
James Massey 0
Carol Soutar 0
John Bolsover 0
Michael McQueen 1 2
James Hickson 3
Paul Eastwood 3
Jeremy Brooks 3
Cavanaugh 5 3
Simon Stacey 3
MC 2
Name Weekend Score
Douce Lawson 6
Tim Magnus 6
Nick Moss 7
Kyle Armstrong 8
Sam Dibb 2 8
Tim Backhouse 8
Craig Turnock 9
Douglas Durrant 9
Sean O’Reilly 9
Peter Crouch 9
MC 3
Name Weekend Score
Dennis Holdsworth 8
Al & Deb H 1 11
Mark Bevan 3 12
George Maddox 13
Peter Lowson 13
Ryan Davies 13
MC 4or 5
Name Weekend Score
Keith Donaldson 20
Mark Webber 21
Graham Stirling 21
Andrew Nicolson 25

Sweep Day 2 update

Several people in contention in the sweep after day 1 will have got a shock when they saw Harman finish his first round earlier today and end up at 9 over. Harman was popular in the sweep with 51 selections. His chance of winning the Masters went with his back nine of 47, his scorecard resembled more like one I’d post. I didn’t watch any of the early coverage, but conditions must have been tough looking at the scores that came through – conditions remained very difficult throughout the day.  I found it great viewing watching some of the exploits of the world’s best fighting to make the cut. After the dust settled our sweep (subject to checks in the morning) a certain Jason Kelly is joint leader in our sweep at 8 under – he has the Scheffler + DeChambeau in his team along with Fitzpatrick, Schenk, McCarthy and Kitayama. Level with JK is the former LSS specialist James Niknejad (Scheffler, Schauffele, Fleetwood, Moore, Glover, Davis). In 3rd is the overnight leader Stuart Mackie, but he is now 6 shots behind. Ben Jones occupies 4th at level par and in 5th we have a three-way tie between Chinese Ambassador, Robert Goldsmith and Charles Tuchel with a score of 1 over.  Only Charles of the teams in the prizes has a missed cut golfer so will do well to hang on to a prize place.  (I will make sure Charles gets his first email of the week all the same – JK)

Now on to some points about how the weekend pans out within the sweep and the other prizes we have on offer – even if you’ve had a bad couple of days there are still plenty to be won, as outlined later.

The cut was made at 6 over. The late doubles from Matsuyama and Thomas moved it from 5 to 6 and increased the field playing at the weekend to 60, from 50. We always have some big names missing out and the list this time includes DJ, Viktor, Jordan and Wyndham, to highlight just a few. The move from 5 to 6 over also brings a lot more teams into contention in the sweep as many more have a full contingent taking part at the weekend.

The sweep score for golfers missing the cut is calculated as field average + 3 for both the final rounds.

63 teams have all 6 golfers making the cut – all of these have a great chance of winning the main prize. All teams still qualify for the main event so teams with 1 or 2 missed cut golfers can get into the prize places, but history tells us that most of the prize places will be filled with teams having all 6 golfers making the cut. To retain the interest in the sweep for teams with 1,2,3,4 and 5 missed cut golfers we introduced the four consolation events (MC1, MC2, MC3 and MC4or5) where it is the weekend only scores that count for the team, so everyone in each category is starting from the same point. An example might make this easier as this hasn’t always been clear: Using Tom Welsh’s team, which I’m sure he thought looked so good on paper on Thursday morning, (Rahm, Aberg, Zalatoris, Im, Rose, Bradley) it falls into the MC2 category as Im and Rose have missed the cut. Assuming the sweep round 3 score for missing the cut is +4 (field average +3) and Rahm, Aberg, Zalatoris and Bradley score a combined 10 under Tom’s score for round 3 is 2 under (+4+4-10). Repeating this for round 4 and assuming the total comes to 5 under Tom’s weekend team score is 7 under. The prize is won by the team with the lowest team weekend score. Ties will be split according to the overall team score for all 4 rounds – if this is still equal then we’ll look at the final round team score and work backwards for each round team score. A team cannot win both a Consolation Prize and a Main Prize so they will take the highest value prize should they end up being eligible for both.

The number of teams in each of the Consolation events along with the prize pay-outs is:

MC1 – 156 teams (1st £320 2nd £180)

MC2 – 89 teams (1st £250, 2nd £150)

MC3 – 35 teams (1st £200, 2nd £110)

MC4or5 – 4 teams (1st £150)

LSS (Low Score Sunday). Now we know who is competing at the weekend start to think about this. We need a prediction of who will shoot the lowest round on Sunday, what this lowest score will be and also what you think the winning score in the Masters will be. The scores are used for splitting any ties. Example (and just to be clear this is not my on submission) Conners, 63, 16 under. Please email Jason with these with the title LSS – remember you have one go per team entered, and with £350 on offer why not have a go? Given all the email issues we’ve had maybe also copy me in as well. It might be advisable to wait until Round 3 is complete as you’ll have a better sense of who did well in R3 well and what the likely winning score will be.

Winning Golfer Prize – this is paid to one team. How this works is we identify all teams that selected the winning golfer. If there is more than one team, we look to see which of these also selected the 2nd place golfer – again if there is more than 1 team containing 1st and 2nd we look to see which team has the next highest placed golfer – we continue with this until we are left with just one team. This prize is a proxy for the most Masters prize money the team wins. This prize is paid to someone outside the Main Prizes unless their Main Prize is worth less than the £350 we have on offer for the Winning Golfer Prize.

Sunday Hole in 1 Bonus – £500 available but you must have been a sweep regular, as this is the period when this fund accumulated, for debutants to the Sweep the pot is £250. Paid to a team with the golfer getting an Ace on Sunday (final round). Ties split by team score for the final round only.

You’ll all be pleased to hear JK will provide the write up tomorrow so it should be an entertaining insight into the golf and the sweep (no pressure Jason) provided he can forget about of the website/email issues we’ve faced throughout the duration of this sweep. He won’t need to worry about the sweep prize mechanics as I’ve bored you all with that in today’s update. He may have to explain his own team’s fall from grace as he’s been teed up nicely with a strong performance in the first couple of rounds from his team 2 – he probably needs a win to give him the encouragement to keep on running these sweeps with all the technical issues he’s faced.

 

Position Name Score Missed Cut
1 James Niknejad -8 0
  Jason Kelly 2 -8 0
3 Stuart Mackie -2 0
4 Ben Jones 2 0 0
5 Chinese Abassador 1 0
  Robert Goldsmith 1 0
  Charles Tuchel 1 1
8 Mark and Chris Seal 2 0
9 Stuart Field 2 3 1
  James Massey 3 1
  Edward Hogan 3 1
12 John Gutkin 1 4 0
  Mark Swires 4 1
14 Ryan Leverton 5 0
  Alex Leverton 5 1
  Felicity Weekes 5 0
17 Brian Pilotille 1 6 1
  Douglas Russell-Lowe 6 0
  Lisa/Sue 2 6 1
  Terry Madden 6 0
21 Lawrence Skinner 7 1
  Barry Winter 7 0
  Cavanaugh 1 7 0
24 Simon Cope 8 1
  Paul Kemp 8 1
  Tom Boyd 8 0
  John Quinn 1 8 0
28 David Hargrave 9 1
  Adrian Lis 9 2
  Carol Soutar 9 1
  Ron Smartt 9 0
  Dan Balsdon/Greg Snowden 9 2
  Mayukh Chhibber 2 9 0
34 Tom Atkinson 10 1
  Gary Hodgson 10 0
  Rich Anderson 10 0
  Rob Greenwood 10 0
  Alan Barber 1 10 1
  Pamela Morgan 10 1
40 Emily Sayers 11 1
  William Gallimore B 11 0
  Josh Simpson 11 0
  Carl Diable 2 11 1
  Glen Joss 1 11 1
  Steve Dine 11 2
46 Chris Steele 12 1
  Charlie Goldsmith 12 0
  Suzy Donaldson 12 1
  Mike Hill 2 12 1
  Jan Murphy 12 1
  Stewart Driver 2 12 1
  Lee Crowe 12 0
  David Cochrane 12 2
  Graeme Hipkiss 2 12 0
55 John Meadows 13 2
  Stewart Driver 1 13 1
  Michael McQueen 3 13 1
  Sandeep Grewal 13 1
  Dan Balsdon 13 1

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Sweep Update Day 1

A colleague of Jason’s (and a recent winner of one of the sweeps) asked him today why we do this? If the answer is we like resolving issues we’ve had a very rewarding day! Jason was all lined up to sit back watch the early golf coverage with the only interruption being switching over to watch the races from Aintree…but ended up trying to load the sweep information to his website and having to call his team in India for assistance. We encountered a few email issues where entries hadn’t been received by either Jason or myself even though they looked like they had been sent by participants. On that note please check that your team is included in the sweep as early identification of issues means we have a chance of resolving them. A further 11 teams were added to the published starting list where we had either missed them or they came in after our cut off for publishing the initial information. The additional £275 has been added to the main prizes making the payouts:
1st £2,600
2nd £1,300
3rd £900
4th £650
5th £440
6th £300
Further checks will be undertaken tomorrow and hopefully we’ll have a quieter day within our sweep. The payments will be reconciled so if you forgot to make any payments please do so asap to save us chasing. The sweep entry fee was increased to £25 per team so if you hadn’t noticed this increase and only paid £20 please pay the extra £5 per team.  A sweep leaderboard is attached in the pdf showing the scores when play stopped this evening. I’ll let those in contention have a nice surprise when they open it and see their name near the top. For others having to search lower down our list there is still a long way to go and there will be the consolation events starting in Round 3 based on how many missed cut golfers you have where everyone in the respective missed cut categories starts equal since it is the weekend only scores for your team. Not the big money to win in these consolation events but the prizes are still worth having. In the history of running these sweeps all winners in the main event have teams where all 6 golfers make the cut so you need to hope all your men make the cut.
One of our other issues we’ve had in this sweep is with our own email distribution where some of the batches didn’t send out to everyone – this has happened with the initial invitation but also repeated with the entry details email Jason sent Thursday morning. We can only apologise to those impacted by some of our issues this week and it highlights the need to automate parts of the process to make it easier for us and smoother for all.
The bad weather caused the later start and meant not everyone completed their rounds. Conditions did appear to get tough with the wind getting up during the afternoon into the evening. Scheffler looks ominous but had a very lucky break at the 13th. Bryson played well in the earlier part of the day and he was only included in 15 of the sweep teams. Willett only cost 13 units and this is clearly where the value in our sweep lies at the moment – only 5 teams identified the value on offer. At the other end Matsuyama was a high-frequency selection (62 teams) but struggled and Meronk, included in one of JK’s teams, will do very well to make the cut – nothing like putting the boot into someone after they’ve had a tough day but I’m sure JK will be very happy when he opens up the sweep list to see how his other team, where he didn’t include Meronk, is performing. At the start I mentioned reasons for doing this and I’m sure if JK stays up there and wins he can give his colleague 2,600 reasons why he does it!
Position Name Score
1 Stuart Mackie -17
2 James Niknejad -13
Jason Kelly 2 -13
4 Mark Swires -12
Stuart Field 2 -12
6 Ron Smartt -11
Robert Goldsmith -11
Naman Sujanti -11
9 Barry Winter -10
Ben Jones 2 -10
Alex Leverton -10
Lisa/Sue 2 -10
Craig Turnock -10
14 Steve Dine -9
15 Ryan Leverton -8
Neil Marples -8
Mark Sanderson -8
Sandeep Grewal -8
Edward Hogan -8
20 George Maddox -7
Sandra Bramley -7
Simon Cope -7
Charlie Goldsmith -7
Jim Derby -7
Paul Kemp -7
Adrian Lis -7
Glen Joss 1 -7
David Cochrane -7
Dan Balsdon -7
Dan Balsdon/Greg Snowden -7
Charles Tuchel -7
32 Chinese Abassador -6
James Mitchell -6
Helen Bywater -6
Lawrence Skinner -6
Jan Murphy -6
Dean King 2 -6
Ben Jones 1 -6
Oliver Chinery -6
Barbara Dalton -6
Tyran Taylor -6
Carol Soutar -6
Harry The Hammer -6
John Quinn 1 -6
Ryan Bourne -6
Mayukh Chhibber 1 -6
Mayukh Chhibber 2 -6
48 Tim Bortwick 3 -5
John Gutkin 1 -5
Mick Laffey -5
Barney 2 -5
James Hickson -5
Mike Hill 2 -5
Josh Nutter -5
David Hargrave -5
Brian Pilotille 1 -5
Douglas Russell-Lowe -5
Lisa/Sue 1 -5
Bakey 2 -5
The Mouse -5
William Rice -5
Tom Boyd -5
Felicity Weekes -5
64 Neil Johnson 2 -4
Glen Bickle -4
Seth Underwood 1 -4
Caroline Theyer -4
Emily Sayers -4
Mathew Bate -4
Matthew Wood -4
Jon Laycock 1 -4
Lee Crowe -4
Mark and Chris Seal -4
James Wearon -4
Redpot -4
Cavanaugh 1 -4
James McConnachie -4
Joe McEvilly -4
79 Mathew Hetherington -3
Jamie Spears -3
Greg Josling 2 -3
Gary Flood 2 -3
Suzy Donaldson -3
Gary Hodgson -3
Stewart Driver 2 -3
David Dalton -3
William Gallimore B -3
Steve Care 2 -3
Barry Drain -3
Lacey Clark -3
Bernard Tonge 3 -3
Terry Johnston -3
Carl Diable 2 -3
Marek Lenartowicz -3
Rockstars -3
Dooks of Hazzard -3
Danny Wilson -3
Mark Doyle 1 -3
Luke Hogan -3
Frankie Boland -3
Ross – GCS -3
Niall Laffey -3
Andrew Umbers -3
104 Ray Morgan -2
Peter Crouch -2
James Gove -2
Oliver Hickling -2
Peter Nixon -2
John Meadows -2
Phillip Marshall -2
Tom Atkinson -2
Richard Warburton 2 -2
Richard Butler -2
Stewart Driver 1 -2
Tom Donaldson 2 -2
Rob Greenwood -2
Alan Barber 1 -2
Michael McQueen 2 -2
Josh Kerslake -2
Lee D -2
Pauline D -2
Matthew Kenny 1 -2
Joel Preston -2
Chris Willmot -2
Jo Edwards 2 -2
Cavanaugh 2 -2
Cavanaugh 4 -2
Jack Wilkes 2 -2
Gary Dinshaw -2
Terry Madden -2
Phil Lewin -2
132 Douglas Durrant -1
Espen Erichsen -1
Andrew Crick -1
John Bolsover -1
Steve Care -1
Andy Davies -1
Louise Cromarty -1
Shaun Marples 2 -1
William Gallimore A -1
Lisa/Sue 3 -1
Alan Barber 2 -1
Carl Diable 1 -1
Steven Gray -1
Bakey 1 -1
Matthew Kenny 2 -1
Jon Tait -1
Jason Palmer -1
Adam Lewis -1
Mark Weekes -1
Dale Hartless -1
Phin 2 -1
153 Greg Snowden 0
John Gutkin 2 0
Chris Steele 0
Adam Johnson 0
Luke Howard 2 0
Ryan Jensen 0
Ryan Davies 0
Matt McCullagh 0
Andy Thompson 0
Matt V 0
Tony Wright 0
Seth Underwood 2 0
Robert Daw 0
Rich Anderson 0
James Massey 0
Jeremy Willans 0
Alex Paramor 0
Jason Kelly 1 0
Nick Irens 0
Michael McQueen 3 0
Mark Bevan 2 0
John Hill 2 0
Mark Ingram 0
Ian Draper 0
Mark Holman 0
Amelia Hickling 0
Matt Warburton 0
Graeme Hipkiss 1 0
Niall Gallagher 0
Robert Blackburn 0
Alex Whitaker 0
184 Ian Walls 1
Jack Anker 1
Shaun Marples 1 1
Peter Lowson 1
Rhodri Williams 1 1
William Gallimore C 1
William Gallimore D 1
Tom Donaldson 1 1
Josh Simpson 1
Al & Deb H 2 1
John Hill 1 1
Stephen Maddox 1
Daniel Hudson 1
Chris Congdon 1 1
Gwyneth Davies 1
Al & Ewan H 1
Paul Eastwood 1
Graeme Hipkiss 2 1
202 John Johnson 2
Tim Bortwick 1 2
Edward Nicholson 2
Sean O’Reilly 2
Stuart Palmer 2
Jeremy Brooks 2
Mike Hill 1 2
James Connolly 2
Richard O’Brien 2
Dennis Holdsworth 2
Big Jim 1 2
John Radcliffe 2
Harrison O’Hara 2
Simon Soitar 2
B Davidson 1 2
Peter Black 2
Mark Doyle 2 2
Clint Griffin 2
Paul Maddox 2
Sandy 1 2
John Izzard 2
Neil Davies 2
224 Tim Bortwick 2 3
Max Maxwell 3
Graham Stirling 3
David Wilkes 3
Neil Johnson 1 3
Stuart Field 1 3
Mike Hill 3 3
Mark Webber 3
Mark Josephson 3
Kate Hargrave 3
Richard Warburton 3 3
Anthony Twiss 3
Gavin Seeley 3
Mark Bevan 3 3
Ciaran Griggs 3
Redrich 3
Douce Lawson 3
James Morris 3
Pat Murphy 3
Neil Gillam 3
Andy Harbord 1 3
Louis Gallacher 3
246 Keith Hunter 4
Kevin Bywater 4
Tom Welsh 4
Freddie Leighton 4
Richard Warburton 1 4
Lionel Draper 4
Jon Laycock 2 4
Athos Christodoulou 4
Brian Pilotille 1 4
Harry Cottam 4
Alan Barber 3 4
John Hill 3 4
Gribble 1 4
Victoria 7 4
Lambo 1 4
Christopher Ward 4
Al and Deb H 3 4
Richard Thompson 4
Kyle Armstrong 4
Peter Clark 4
Allan McMaster 4
Amanda 1 4
David Butler 4
Jo Edwards 1 4
Jack Wilkes 1 4
Will Staddon 2 4
Terry Mahoney 4
273 Antony Childs 5
Greg Josling 1 5
Toby Walton 1 5
Toby Walton 2 5
Fraser Cromarty 5
Dan Davies 5
Dean King 1 5
Tony Hallum 5
Phineas Williams 5
Alan Barber 4 5
Michael McQueen 1 5
Richard Edwards 5
Tom Bate 5
Jason Reeves 5
Heston Orchard 5
Paul Butler 5
Cavanaugh 3 5
Will Staddon 1 5
Sam Dibb 2 5
Eamonn Tiernan 5
293 Paul Bramley 6
Luke Howard 1 6
Gary Flood 1 6
Keith Donaldson 6
Mark Allen 1 6
Bernard Tonge 2 6
Michael Drain 6
John Gower 6
Dominic Docherty 6
B Davidson 2 6
Paul Brogan 6
James Dart 6
Ralph Weekes 6
Andy Harbord 2 6
Jim Josephson 6
308 John Demaone 7
Christopher Hey 7
James Mitchell 2 7
Big Jim 2 7
Big Jim 3 7
Bernard Tonge 1 7
Oliver Reid 7
Glen Joss 2 7
Tim Magnus 7
Alex Morris 7
Robin Lawson 1 7
Robin Lawson 2 7
Sam Dibb 1 7
Darragh Butler 7
322 Toby Skinner 8
Al & Mark Perks 1 8
Ian Vinten 8
Cavanaugh 5 8
Ste Dawson 8
327 Barney 1 9
Steve Blakesley 9
Leyton Hardwick 9
Tim Backhouse 9
Al & Mark Perks 2 9
John Quinn 2 9
333 Simon Paterson 10
Mark Allen 2 10
Chris Congdon 2 10
Nick Moss 10
337 Simon Stacey 11
Karl Falvey 11
Daniel Gawith 11
340 Jordan Folorunso 12
Rhodri Williams 2 12
Mark Bevan 1 12
343 Alain Poncelet 15
Ross Steele 15
Andrew Nicolson 15
346 Al & Deb H 1 24

Saudi International and WM Phoenix Open

WM Phoenix Open – Day 3
To Win
0.25 units Keegan Bradley @ 14/1 (-0.25)

Saudi International

Top 20
0.75 units Jhonattan Vegas @ 5/1 (-0.75)
0.75 units Andrew Johnston @ 13/2 (-0.75)

WM Phoenix Open

No Bets

This week’s P&L = -1.75 units
This week’s investment = 1.75 units
This week’s Outright P&L = -1.5 units
This weeks’s Outright Investment = 1.5 units
This week’s matches/specials/in running P&L = -0.25 units
This week’s matches/specials/in running Investment = 0.25 units

2021 Total P&L = -8.95 units

2021 Total Investment = 11.75 units
2021 Total ROI = -76.17%
2021 Outright Bets P&L = -3.7 units
2021 Outright Bets Investment = 4.5 units
2021 Outright ROI = -82.22%

2021 matches/specials/in running P&L = -5.25 units
2021 matches/specials/in running investment = 7.25 units
2021 matches/specials/in running ROI = -72.41%

2020 total +106.37 units (ROI = 22.26%)
2019 total +49.47 units
2018 total -21.47 units
2017 total -37.24 units
2016 total +3.88 units
2015 total -116.28 units
2014 total -103.98 units
2013 total – 24.22 units
2012 total +150.36 units
2011 total +370.78 units
2010 total +189.33 units

9 Year Total +567 units

To get the tips first and receive exclusive in running advice – send an email to jason@jasonkellygolf.com with the subject ‘register’

I rate my picks in units and I recommend you risk the following:

  • 0.25 units – 0.25% of bankroll
  • 0.5 units – 0.5% of bankroll
  • 0.75 units – 0.75% of bankroll
  • 1 unit -1% of bankroll
  • 1.25 units – 1.25% of bankroll
  • 1.5 units – 1.5% of bankroll
  • 1.75 units – 1.75% of bankroll
  • 2 units – 2% of bankroll
  • ETC.

The Masters Sweep 2024

Please note the entry fee is now £25.
 
The Masters Sweep 2024

HOW IT WORKS:

1. Select Your Golfers: Choose 6 golfers from the provided list, ensuring their total points do not exceed 300.

2. Register Your Selections: Email your selections to ripples7@me.com AND jason@jasonkellygolf.com with the subject line ‘register’. For returning players, use ‘The Masters’ to avoid confusion. Please copy Ian for smoother processing.

3. Submission Format: List your selections with their corresponding points, like this:

Rahm 84
C. Smith 55
D. Johnson 54
Young 50
Day 46
Z. Johnson 11

Total = 300

4. Scoring and Rules: The winner will have the lowest combined score for their 6 players. If a player misses the cut or withdraws after starting, they will receive a score of ‘field average’ +3 strokes. Withdrawals before starting allow for replacements, provided the replacement hasn’t completed more than 3 holes. If no replacement is nominated, one will be made based on the initial pricing list.

5. Entry Deadline: Entries close at 23:59 on Wednesday 10th April 2024.

6. Entry Fee: The entry fee is £25. Upon sending your email registration with the subject ‘register’ (or ‘The Masters’), along with your 6 selections and payment, you will be entered. Confirmation emails will be sent on Thursday 11th April 2024.

7. Entry List: A full entry list will be posted at http://www.jasonkellygolf.com/MajorSweeps.

8. Payment: Submit the £25 entry fee to Sanatander, Jason Kelly. Account Number: 21152830, Sort Code: 09-01-27. BIC: ABBYGB2LXXX, IBAN: GB27ABBY09012721152830. Reference your name. Alternatively, use Paypal to jason@jasonkellygolf.com. Ensure you select ‘send to someone you trust’ to avoid deductions.

9. Prize Fund: The prize fund will vary based on the number of entrants.

10. Questions: For any queries, email jason@jasonkellygolf.com starting from April 8th.

11. Updates: Receive daily email updates with the leaderboard, also available at http://www.jasonkellygolf.com/MajorSweeps and @jasonkellygolf on ‘X’.

12. Email Issues: In case of email problems, visit the website for updates.

13. Financial Responsibilities: Entrants are responsible for all banking charges, payment fees, and FX costs, both for entries and winnings.

14. New Player Registration: New players must use the subject line ‘register’ to comply with ‘Gambling Legislation’. Registering on jasonkellygolf.com makes us a ‘Private Members Club’. Returning players won’t receive confirmation unless there’s an issue with their entry.

15. Prize Distribution: The number of paid places will be disclosed in the email on Thursday 11th April 2024.

Player
Points
Scheffler, Scottie 105
McIlroy, Rory 89
Rahm, Jon 84
Schauffele, Xander 78
Matsuyama, Hideki 74
Koepka, Brooks 73
Spieth, Jordan 71
Niemann, Joaquin 65
Aberg, Ludvig 64
Clark, Wyndham 61
Hovland, Viktor 61
Cantlay, Patrick 59
Zalatoris, Will 59
Fitzpatrick, Matt 59
DeChambeau, Bryson 57
Smith, Cameron 55
Johnson, Dustin 54
Finau, Tony 53
Fleetwood, Tommy 53
Thomas, Justin 52
Morikawa, Collin 52
Theegala, Sahith 51
Lowry, Shane 51
Young, Cameron 50
Homa, Max 47
Burns, Sam 47
Hatton, Tyrrell 46
Day, Jason 46
Henley, Russell 46
Conners, Corey 45
Harman, Brian 45
Reed, Patrick 44
Lee, Min Woo 43
Kim, Si Woo 43
Scott, Adam 38
Garcia, Sergio 37
Bhatia, Akshay 36
Im, Sungjae 35
McCarthy, Denny 34
Fowler, Rickie 32
Kim, Tom 31
Rose, Justin 31
English, Harris 30
An, Byeong Hun 29
Jaeger, Stephan 28
Kirk, Chris 28
Bradley, Keegan 27
Woods, Tiger 26
Meronk, Adrian 26
Straka, Sepp 26
Hadwin, Adam 26
Hojgaard, Nicolai 25
Taylor, Nick 25
Van Rooyen, Erik 25
Kitayama, Kurt 24
Olesen, Thorbjorn 24
Mickelson, Phil 24
Pavon, Matthieu 24
Fox, Ryan 23
Poston, J.T. 23
Watson, Bubba 23
Cole, Eric 23
Moore, Taylor 23
Eckroat, Austin 23
Grillo, Emiliano 22
Knapp, Jake 22
Glover, Lucas 21
Davis, Cameron 20
Schenk, Adam 20
Dunlap, Nick 20
Woodland, Gary 19
List, Luke 19
Schwartzel, Charl 17
Hisatsune, Ryo 17
Malnati, Peter 16
Hodges, Lee 16
Willett, Danny 13
Murray, Grayson 12
Lamprecht, Christo 11
Johnson, Zach 11
Villegas, Camilo 9
Hagestad, Stewart 7
De la Fuente, Santiago 6
Shipley, Neal 5
Stubbs, Jasper 5
Couples, Fred 5
Singh, Vijay 4
Weir, Mike 3
Olazabal, Jose Maria 3

Gecko Tour – La Canada and Marbella Club

The win at San Roque not only gave me some confidence, but maybe as importantly, it gave me some financial stability. I had been haemorrhaging cash since I had arrived back after Christmas and New Year. The money should be enough to keep me in Spain until the end of the British winter. A weight off ones shoulders.

See San Roque Tournament here

Bit more relaxed after getting a much needed cheque in!

I went into the next event, La Canada, with mixed feelings. I was obviously playing well and felt good about my new routine and the work I had been doing with Rod Bastard at the Marbella Club, but I had indifferent memories of La Canada.

The course was built by Jimmy Ortiz-Patiño. He is known as being the owner and honorary president of the golfing Mecca that is Valderrama. ‘Jimmy’ was determined to make Valderrama a very special, top class, five star venue. To complete his vision he had to keep it private and exclusive. To ease the local authorities’ intrusions and to appease the planners he decided to build La Canada next door. The concept was to provide a golfing facility for the locals to enjoy, thus take attention away from Valderrama. In fact, what he produced was rather good.

The original 9 holes is very good. It’s a clever design by Robert Trent Jones that weaves through claustrophobic cork trees. It has the same turf and feel as Valderrama but has more undulations and lacks the absolute perfection of finish that Valderrama offers, but this is no surprise as La Canada accommodates many, many more rounds.

The front 9, the newer 9, is not as good. Designed by Dave Thomas it is open and visually not as appealing. It is very playable and offers many good chances for birdie. Having said all this, the two things that stand out about La Canada for me is the playability to the average golfer, something lost amongst La Canada’s neighbours. La Resverva, Valderrama, Finca, San Roque and to a certain extent, Sotogrande, are all great courses and clubs, but for your average golfer, a 15 to 20 handicapper, they will just beat you up. This is a decent test, especially in the wind, but is fair and accommodating to all.

The second thing that stands out is La Canada’s work with the community. They do a lot of work with the kids in the area, people with disabilities, underprivileged people etc. So much so that they are the first sports facility in Spain win a government award for their good work.

Anyway, as I mentioned, I arrived with mixed feelings. Pre Christmas I had managed to get in a share for the lead through 26 holes with Raul Quiros. My parents then arrived. It is, conservatively, 15 years since they last watched me play golf. The first hole they watched me on was the 9th, a tricky par 4 with out of bounds left and a huge drop off right of the green, and it was playing straight into a strong wind. I pulled my tee shot into a bunker, tried to hook a 7 wood out and around a tree, it didn’t hook and went down the drop off right of the green. I proceeded to chip it up and down the big slope, hitting the trees on top before watching it roll past me, four times! I ended up making 9! Thanks for coming to watch mum and dad! With the nines switched for this renewal, the 9th would be our final hole of the event!

I implemented the same routine that had worked well the week before at San Roque. I didn’t touch a club on the Saturday and Sunday. Went to the course on the Monday and hit some balls and putted. The goal; to be fresh and looking forward to playing, rather than just going through the motions.

Day one was very windy. Club selection varied from 7 irons from 112 yards to wedges from 172. I played pretty solid. I hit 77% of fairways, 67% of greens but lost 2.3 shots putting. I shot level with 3 birdies and 3 bogies. Good enough for a share of 4th, three behind Gabrielle Canizares, but with some good players between us. I was left with a bit of a sour taste in my mouth as I missed from 4 and 5 feet on the last two holes. On 17 for par and on 18, my old friend, for birdie.

Boring Manuel Quiros with probably another pointless story….

Day two was very similar. I played with two English guys that didn’t say much and with the wind causing play to be very slow again, there was a lot of time with my own thoughts. Not a good thing! I got off to a good start making birdie on my third hole, the toughest hole on the course playing straight into the wind, I failed to get up and down from sand on my 5th hole and dropped a shot. On my 7th I missed from 3 feet for birdie after a good approach and parred 8 and 9 to turn in level. I was now 4 behind.

I missed a good chance from 7 feet on the par 3 second, my eleventh, after hitting a nice 7 iron but then birdied the par 5 third and hit it dead on the par 3 fourth. Two good shots into the par 5 fifth saw another birdie and a 9 iron from 102 yards into the sixth to 6 feet produced the fourth birdie in a row. I was now -4 for the event and had a one shot lead.

On the seventh, searching for five in a row, I landed a utility wedge 5 feet from the hole. It took some spin, caught a slope and ended up rolling off into the water…. gutting. I managed to get it up and down for a bogey. Fortunately this coincided with Gabby, the overnight leader, not making birdie on either par 5 and bogeying 6. I still had a one shot lead. I hit two solid shots into the wind on 8 and made a valuable par. I would stand on the ninth, my nemesis, with a one shot lead.

The good news was the hole was playing straight down wind. I hit a rescue straight towards the bunker where my previous ordeal started. It just carried it but caught the tree just beyond, the one I had to try it hook it around before. It looked like a great break from the tee but when I got down there I could see my swing would be impeded by the trunk of the tree, but I had a backswing. I had 144 yards so tried to force a wedge to a front pin on an elevated green. I stone cold fatted it and came up short of the bunker protecting the front of the green. I had about 38 yards off a muddy lie. I managed to pitch up to 3 feet below the hole. Still a good test left for me. Short putts have plagued me this winter and the 9th at La Canada has never been my friend. I knocked it in the middle. Five minutes later I watched Gabby leave a birdie putt from 12 feet, to tie, short. Job done, two wins in a row. One from in front, one from behind.

Day 2 I had hit 77% of fairways, greens in regulation were up to 78%, effective greens 83.33%, scrambling up from 57% on day one to 75% on day 2, but still lost 1.27 shots putting. 5 birdies and two bogies were good for 68 (-3).

Nice to get 2nd win in two weeks…. and the ‘dodgy beard’ makes an appearance on tv!

Next up was Marbella Club. This where I practice and play when I am out here. I love it. I love the people that work and play there, I love the atmosphere, the course, the whole set up. It’s just a very cool place. I am very lucky and appreciative to be able to use the facility. I also have friends, Dennis and Hilde Holdsworth that live in a beautiful house on the left hand side of the first. I have occasionally been fortunate enough to stay with them and it is heaven.

The course itself is fairly unique. It is perhaps the hilliest course you will ever see, set up in the mountains overlooking Marbella, the sea, Gibraltar and Africa. The views are stunning. It is a Dave Thomas design and has a terrific variety of holes. I never get bored of playing it. Normally the course is in fantastic condition but this year, due to a lack of rain before Christmas, it is a little behind, but still wonderfully acceptable. It is improving everyday and the work they are doing on the course now will make it exceptional, once again, very soon. They certainly have the right guy, Rod Bastard, to oversee operations. Rod has also helped me a lot with my golf this winter and is a great player in his own right.

Marbella Club offers some great views, hole 18 with Gibraltar and Africa behind.

My preparation was off going into the event. As I mentioned, I was playing less going into events to try and enjoy, look forward and want to play more. This week I had Riaz Rattansi, my Sunningdale Foursomes partner, come out for a few days. We played on Thursday, the day after La Canada, at Marbella Club, 36 holes at Finca on the Friday, Valderrama on the Saturday and La Reserva on the Sunday. A nice few days but not ideal preparation. I also had one of the pros from Wentworth, Tom Reid, come and stay with me from the Sunday through the event. I played a practice round at Marbella Club on the Monday and all of a sudden I had played 9 rounds in 8 days.

In the first round I birdied 1 and 3, a perfect start. We then waited for ages on the next two holes. I bogied 4 and missed from 6 inches for bogey on 5. I was tired and bored. We were 3 hours 15 minutes for the front 9 and just over 6 hours in all. When I have been fresh on the course the last few weeks it would not have bothered me, but it got to me that day. I only missed one fairway but still managed to make 4 bogies and 2 doubles in an awful round of 76 (+4). I did have one pretty bad break on the par 5 7th, where I hit a drive on the perfect line only to hit a tree in the middle of the fairway and stay up there. It was incredible as it was in the branches of a cork tree, not the bark and not particularly thick. At least we managed to identify it so I could drop it on the fairway instead of going back to the tee.

Hole number 7, Marbella Club. My ball got stuck up the tree in the fairway.

The bad score was a result of nothing physical, all mental. I beat myself and was way down in 46th. Rod had played well, shooting 67 to be one off the lead. The coach leading the student by example!

Day 2 I was a bit more into it, mainly due to the Gecko’s great decision to do a one tee u-draw. I won’t bore you further with the details but it did wonders to speed up play. We were nearer 4 hours than 6. Again, I missed only one fairway, the 18th, by a yard, but my iron play remained appalling. 91.67% of fairways, 66.67% of greens. The key to day 2 was my scrambling rose from 33% to 88.89%. I shot an easy 3 under 69 with 5 birdies and 2 bogies. I finished 21st. Pretty disappointing.

Hole number 2, Marbella Club, missed this green twice with a 9 iron, iron play was poor all week.

The funniest thing, if funny is the right word, maybe ironic is better, is pre-event I said, “Driving is the key around here, you drive it good and you can shoot a score. It is intimidating from the tee but in reality when you are on the fairways they are pretty generous. You need to make your score from 6 through 14, they are the scoring holes.” I missed 2 fairways and played the stretch 6 through 14 in +6 on day 1! A little better on day 2, in 3 under.

A disappointing week when looking for a threepeat. My preparation cost me and that is something that is so easy to control.

Dona Julia this week. Starts on Tuesday.