Hotshots Event Set to Return

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), August 17, 2017 | Go to article overview

Hotshots Event Set to Return


Byline: DOMINIC SHAW dominic.shaw@trinitymirror.com @domshawgazette

ONE of the most prestigious UK events in the junior calendar is heading for the North-east.

Heworth Golf Club will play host to the 2020 McGregor Trophy, a highly distinguished event which attracts top young players from across the globe.

The trophy - the English Boys' Under-16 Stroke Play Championship - has quite the back-catalogue of winners who have gone on to achieve huge success, including 2013 US Open champion and 2016 Olympic Gold medallist Justin Rose.

Rose lifted the trophy back in 1994, a year after Hartlepool's own Graeme Storm was crowned champion and a year before Eduardo Molinari came out on top.

Oliver Fisher is another former champion who went on to taste success on the European Tour.

Heworth Golf Club bosses were ecstatic to have been invited to host the celebrated event in 2020, with planning already under way to ensure the Gateshead club makes its mark.

It's only the second time the McGregor Trophy has headed for the region, with Heworth following in the footsteps of South Moor, which hosted the event six years ago.

This year's trophy, which was held at Somerset's Burnham and Berrow Golf Club, included players from 17 nations, including Australia, Italy, Jordan, South Korea, Sweden, the United States and Estonia - the home country of the winner, Joonas Juan Turba. …

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