South of England: Adam Chapman earns two-stroke victory
SURREY, England (July 24, 2014) -- Adam Chapman won the South of England Amateur Championship on Thursday with a final round 73.

He shot a one-under 287 total at Walton Heath Golf Club, host of the 2014 Palmer Cup, to win by two. His five-under 67 in the second round of the championship made all the difference in his victory.

Seb Crookall-Nixon, Louis Tomlinson, and Oscar Granstrom-Livesey each finished at one-over 289 for the competition to tie for second place.

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Results For Walton Heath Trophy
1EnglandAdam ChapmanEngland100074-67-73-73=287
T2EnglandSeb Crookall-NixonEngland70065-74-76-74=289
T2EnglandOscar Granstrom-LiveseyEngland70071-73-70-75=289
T2EnglandLouis TomlinsonEngland70074-66-73-76=289
T5EnglandEdward RichardsonEngland50071-69-75-75=290

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ABOUT THE Walton Heath Trophy

The Walton Heath Trophy each year attracts a top- class field of amateur golfers from across the world. The 72 hole stroke play event takes place over both the Old and New courses at the famed Walton Heath Golf Club in Tadworth, Surrey and consists of four rounds of golf with a cut after 36 holes. The tournament changed its name from South of England Open Amateur to the current name in November of 2017.

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