LIPHOOK, HAMPSHIRE, MAY 15th

The Tour made its regular visit to one of golf’s design gems, Liphook Golf Club last month – Liphook is a stunning layout, with some of the finest greens in the country.

Twenty five-year-old James Doswell won his first TP Tour event, with a three-under-par 67.

Hot on his heels was Zane Scotland, with the pre-tournament favourite shooting a tidy 68. Iain Pyman, the former British Amateur champion finished in third place with a 69.

STOKE PARK – MAY 20th

The second of the TP Tour’s Elite Pro Ams took place at the world-famous Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire.

Top pros finishing on 68 were Raymond Russell and Andrew Marshall.

The event raised over £10,000 for the Captain’s Charity – the Prostate Project.

LANGLEY PARK, Beckenham – JUNE 3rd

The TP Tour visited the classic Langley Park golf club in Beckenham for the second year running and the course was once again presented in fantastic condition.

Nick Algate from Moor Park Golf Club made five birdies in his round of 68, wining by two shots from former Asian Tour winner Chris Rodgers.

A delighted Algate claimed his first victory on the Tour and picked up a cheque for £1200.

Gary Emerson finished in third spot with a 71.

EAST SUSSEX NATIONAL, Uckfield – JUNE 12-13.

The former European Open venue East Sussex staged its third 36-hole event of the year on the TP Tour, which featured many top players including six-time European Tour winner Paul Broadhurst.

Lloyd Kennedy shot a steady 72 in round two on the West Course to seal victory by six strokes from Ben Martin and collect the first prize of £3,000.

WOBURN June 17

One of the premier venues in Britain, The Dukes Course at Woburn was in marvellous shape for the Elite Series Pro Am no.3.

Leading Pro on the day with five-under-par 67 was Andrew Marshall. The winning team with a total of 83 stableford points was Jamie Elson’s team.

The next Elite Series Pro Am takes place at The Berkshire on August 22nd

KINGSWOOD, SURREY June 25/26

The James Braid-designed course at Kingswood now plays a little under 7000 yards from the tiger tees, and proved a very fine test of golf in the latest TP 36 hole Pro tournament.

Shooting a level par round of 72 in round 2 propelled local tour professional Gary King into second place and Fletcher, from Chart Hills needed a pressure par at the last hole to beat King’s total of 146.

The second rookie winner of the year on the TP Tour, a very happy Fletcher picked up a cheque for £1400.