In Scotland, James Morgan wins The Tennant Cup
The Tennant Cup is said to be the oldest amateur competition in the world. Played over 72 holes in two days, the host club is Gailes Links Golf Club, not far from Troon.

James Morgan won the 2023 championship, but not without needing to go an extra hole (as if 36 holes of competition for two days wasn't enough). The University of Memphis golfer from Longniddry, Scotland shot 7-under, and defeated Ben Carberry on the first playoff hole.

Results: Tennant Cup
1ScotlandJames MorganScotland30069-67-67-72=275
2ScotlandBen CarberryScotland20075-66-68-66=275
3ScotlandAndrew CampbellScotland10068-72-67-69=276
T4ScotlandChris ConroyScotland10071-71-73-66=281
T4ScotlandWilliam SquiresScotland10072-71-68-70=281

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ABOUT THE Tennant Cup

Said to be the oldest amateur golf competition in the world, The Tennant Cup is played over 72 holes of stroke play, with the first 36 holes being played over the Club’s links course at Glasgow Gailes on Saturday, and the leading 40 players and those who have tied for 40th place playing the final 36 holes over the Club’s parkland course at Killermont on Sunday.

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