Ash bosses pleased

ASHBURNHAM bosses were delighted at the success of the Welsh Amateur Championship, held at the course last week.

The tournament was won by Merthyr’s Jack Bush, who defeated fellow Welsh international Mike Hearne 98 in a one-sided 36-hole final.

The Morlais Castle player’s toughest game was in the semi-final against former champion Ben Westgate, the 20-year-old triumphing on the 21st hole.

Ashburnham manager Huw Morgan was delighted with the way the championships went on the highly ranked course.

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“We have a long history of working with the Golf Union of Wales to host their events and it is an important part in establishing the reputation of Ashburnham,” he said.

“Hosting such an event as the Welsh Amateur keeps the club in the forefront of people’s minds, it sends out the message it is a good place to come and play golf.

“The weather means the course is now as linksy as it can get.

“We have hosted the Welsh strokeplay and the Home Internationals in the last three years and we are looking forward to being one of the qualifying courses for the Seniors British Open in Royal Porthcawl next year.”

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