Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.

AMATEUR WINS

HOBNABKOOK'S TITLE

SUCCESS AFTER PLAY-OFF

E. J. MOSS THE RUNNER-UP

DISQUALIFICATION OF LEADER

[from our own cou respondent] , HAMILTON. Sunday "With aggregates of 299, J. P. Hornabrook,; E. J. Moss and A. J. Shaw tied in tho "New Zealand open golf championship yesterday, and in tho play-off over 18 holes to-day J. P. Hornabrook won the title. The scores in the play-off were as follows: —J. P. Hornabrook, <3; E. J. Moss, /5; A. J. Shaw, /li 6. A. Murray returned .1 total of 297 for tho four rounds, but lie committed a breach of the rules, and, following a meeting of the committee, he ivas disqualified. The position at the end of tho third round was very interesting, as the issue at that stage was still open. Moss, with a total of 221, was leading Mui ray and Hornabrook by throe strokes, while Shaw's total was 227 and B. M. Silk arid H. W. Hattersley had aggregates of 229. Shaw was# the first away in the afternoon. and-he played well to return a 72, which gave him a total of 299. jloss. with four holes to go, was in a winning position, but he finished rather weakly with all fives to bo equal with Shaw. Murray's Sound Play The oufy players with a chance of winning at that stage were Hornabrook and Murray, who were paired Murray played soundly-to the turn, whit'h he reached in 36, and he came homo in 37 for a round of 73 and a total of 297. Hornabrook was out in 38, and, after the 15th hole, he was still two strokes behind Murray. The position was unchanged after playing tho 17th, and Hornabrook made a gallant attempt to hole a chip shot from just off the edge of the last green Tho ball finished within inches of the hole, and. in view' of later /events, a 3 there w&uld have given-him an outright win. A- E. Guy, who was two strokes behind Moss at the end of the second round,, had wiped out tho deficit after playing four holes in the morning. A 7 at the loth, where his drive finished in the rough, saw his score mount, and he finished with a 78, whiclvpractically put him out of the running. Details ol Scores

CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

PROFESSIONAL and amateur

PLAY COMMENCING TO-MORROW

[from our own correspondent]

HAMILTON, Sunday

Following is the draw for the first found of the professional championship Which will bo played on Tuesday, commencing at 8.30 a.m.:—E. J. Moss v. H. Fuller, G. W. Ritchie v. A. E. y u y, J. A. Clements v. B. J. Smith, ipn-, J. Mcintosh v. J. Weir, K. S. Douglas v. A. Dyke, T. S. Galloway F. Branch, C. C. Clements v. N. Bel], J. Lambie v. A. J. Shaw. Following is the draw for the first round of the amateur championship, which will be played 0:1 Tuesday, commencing at 9.15 a.m.:—J. I'. Hornawook v. J. P. Mortland, K. C. Ward I- B. G. Thpmson, H. P. Dale v. A. ]). b- Duncan, H. D. Urinsden v. T. H. Horton, J. L. Black v. H. A. Black, ft. Kitto v. J. H. Young, A. G. Sidig v. F. H. McDonald, P. G. F. Smith v. fti. F. Kitto, B. M. Silk v. H. J. .Longstaffe, R. G. Holland v. ». Logan, 1., A. Kwen v. A., ft. Blank, R. Hobhs v. G. P. Roberts, W. G. Horne v. S. G. Cooper, P. L. Peacock B. H. Menzies, M. ft. Moore v. K. Boss, ft. H. Glading v. H. W. Hattersley.

WINNERS OF TROPHIES HORNABROOK AND MOSS if, % ~ [from our own CORRESPONDENT?! HAMILTON, Sunday The Bledisloe Cup, awarded to the . wading amateur in the open championship. wns won by J. P. Hornabrook. E. J. Moss' won the Jellicoe Cup for the best single round in the open championship.

The scores were as follows, profes6iona!s bpiiig denoted by asterisks — J. P. Hornabrook ... 77 73 74 75 299 *E. J. .Moss . . .. 76 70 75 78 29 f) *A. J. Shav.- . . 78 75 74 72 299 H. Hatterslev . . . 79 78 72 72 301 B. M. Silk . 79 78 72 74 303 R. F. Kitto . . . . 80 73 77 73 303 M. Weir . . . 76 77 75 77 305 T. H. Horton 79 75 76 75 305 W. G. Horne . . , 81 74 SO 71 306 *E. S. Douglas . . 82 71 75 78 806 •A. E. Guv . 73 75 78 81 307 J. H. Young 79 76 78 75 308 B. G. Thomson 73 80 75 80 308 ; I. A. Ewen . . . . 75 76 78 79 308 M. It. Moore 74 79 78 78 309 *C. C. Clements . . 76 80 77 76 309 'A. G. Sime 75 76 77 81 309 *B. J. Smith, jun. . 79 78 76 77 310 , *T. S- Galloway . . 79 78 76 77 310 J.v Logan . . . . 81 74 79 77 311 •Ji. H. Fuller . . . 78 76 80 78 312 H. P. Dale . . 80 79 77 76 312 B. E. Menzies . . . SI 75 80 76 312 V. Lambic . . . . 80 77 75 80 312 'J. D. Mcintosh . . 80 77 76 80 313 G. P. Boberts . . . 81 79 74 80 314 J. i: Black . . 75 79 82 78 314 P. G. F. Smith . . 78 87 72 78 315 *A. H. Dyke . .. 76 83 80 7G 315 J. P. Mortland . . 85 SO 77 73 315 R. H. Glading . . . 78 82 78 77 315 *G. W. Ritchie . . 80 78 82 76 316 S. G. Cooper . • . 76 82 78 80 316 H. J. Longstaff . . 80 80 77 79 316 H. D. Brinsden . . 79 79 79 79 316 A. R. Kitto . . . . 77 81 82 77 317 •N. Bell . . . 79 80 83 75 317 A. R. Blank . . . 80 78 77 82 317 K. C. Ward . . 80 82 77 79 318 K. Ross . . 79 81 78 80 318 F. H. McDonald . . 82 79 77 80 318 K. G. Holland . . 80 78 78 83 319 *W. Morrice . . . 78 78 78 85 319 L. J. Bryant . *. 80 79 79 82 320 A. E. Browne . . . 81. 78 81 80 320 *A. E, Ekstedt .. 81 82 80 77 320 . *F. Branch . . .. 77 84 79 80 320 " J. A. Clements . . 83 7S 79 80 320 P. L. Peacock . . . 80 77 85 78 320 J. R. Hobbs . . 79 82 80 79 320 A. D. S./Duncan . . 81 SI 81 77 320 H. A. Black . . 80 84 77 79 320 J. W. Jackson . .. 82 82 75 82 321 J. Galloway . . .. 78 75 86 82 321 D. C. Cbllins . . . . 82 79 82 80 323 C. B. Thomas . . . . 81 83 80 79 323 *J. Allbon . . . . 86 76 79 83 324 R. HarsanfJ . . 77 83 80 84 324 J. Jr. Coltman. . . 84 79 81 80 321 R. J. Love . . . , 83 79 80 83 325 J. Shelly „ ; » . 82 78 83 83 326 H. E. Crosse . . . . 78 85 80 84 327 , ,W. A. Donald . . . 84 78 85 80 327 A. L. . . . 82 79 81 85 327 j P. R. Godby . . . . 82 82 84 79 327 j J. D. Sh.mly . . . . 83 79 79 87 328 : R. E. Bell .. .. 82 81 86 81 330 i C. Riddell . . . . 83 81. 81 85 330 i H. Wiggins . . *. 79 82 88 82 331 * F. C. Hutchison . . 81 83 82 86 332 A. D. Smith . . 83 82 88 85 • 338 *A. J. Murray's rounds were: — ■76, c 7o, 73, 73—297. (

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/NZH19371004.2.152.1

Bibliographic details

AMATEUR WINS, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXIV, Issue 22850, 4 October 1937

Word Count
1,224

AMATEUR WINS New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXIV, Issue 22850, 4 October 1937

Working