St. Andrews Links Trophy: Mathews sets record
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (June 10, 2007)-- Wales internationalist Llewellyn Matthews is the new St Andrews Links Trophy holder after he completed a final round 67 for a total of 273, 15-under par.
"I've always loved St Andrews, the courses were fantastic," said Mathews after breaking the tournament record by two shots.
It was the first time in half a dozen attempts that he has made the cut and his performance in Walker Cup year was sensational. A birdie-3 at the eighteenth was a fitting way to close out the tournament.
Llewllyn also won the Ian Forbes Memorial Trophy for leading at halfway.
Scott Arnold of Australia was second on 276 with France's Alexandre Kaleka third on 277. World number one Jamie Moul was a stroke further back
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ABOUT THE St. Andrews Links Trophy
72-hole stroke play that draws one of the top
amateur fields in Europe. Field plays two rounds, one
at the Old Course and one additional (sometimes
the Jubilee, sometimes the New), then the field
cut to the low 40 and ties. The final two rounds
are played on the Old Course.
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