Welsh Amateur Open Strokeplay

Gleeson shines in Wales as Mullen wins by 9

England's Jimmy Mullen left the rest for dead in the Welsh Open Strokeplay at Ashburnham, closing with rounds of 70 and 69 to win by nine shots on 15 under par.

Gleeson shines in Wales as Mullen wins by 9

Hot Holland equals course record to challenge in Welsh Open Strokeplay

Castle’s Daniel Holland has been threatening to do big things since he won the Mullingar Scratch Trophy two years ago. Today he has a chance to make his mark after a course record equalling 65 left him a shot behind England’s Jimmy Mullen ahead of the final 36 holes of the Welsh Open Stroke Play Championship at Ashburnham.

Hot Holland equals course record to challenge in Welsh Open Strokeplay

Gleeson shows East of Ireland form in Welsh Strokeplay

Irish Intervarsity champion Alex Gleeson will be one of the men to watch in next weekend's CityNorth Hotel sponsored East of Ireland Amateur Open at County Louth.

Gleeson shows East of Ireland form in Welsh Strokeplay

McNamara eighth as Pugh wins Welsh Open

Rory McNamara impressed on the final day in Wales. Picture by Pat CashmanHeadfort’s Rory McNamara presented his credentials as another Irish candidate worthy of Walker Cup consideration when he finished eighth in the Welsh Amateur Open Strokeplay Championship at Royal Portcawl.

Hume in the mix again

Jack Hume is in contention in the Welsh Amateur Open. Pictured at Royal Dublin by Pat Cashman. Rathsallagh’s Jack Hume has a chance to make up for two successive disappointments when he goes into the final two rounds of the Welsh Amateur Open just a shot off the lead at Royal Portcawl.

O'Donovan blows hot in Wales

Richie O’Donovan made a great start in the Welsh Amateur with a 67 at Royal Portcawl. Picture by Pat CashmanLucan’s Richie O’Donovan fired eight birdies in a five under 67 to share the first round lead in the Welsh Amateur Open Strokeplay at Royal Portcawl.