Amateur golfer, Freddie Price from Royal Blackheath Golf Club, fired a three under par round of 69 to lead the 2014 British Open Championship Regional Qualifying at The London Club.

Price, earned the leading qualifier bragging rights by one stroke from Simon Head from The London Club and Brett Taylor representing Brett Taylor Golf, who both carded rounds of -2, 70.

Next best placed on -1, 71, was Joost Steenkamer from The Netherlands and Ben Collier representing Royal Hague Golf Club.

Mark Bishop of Toot Hill Golf Club secured the final qualifying spot with a +1, 73,

A full list of leading golf scores is detailed below.

2014 British Open Championship Regional Qualifying at The London Golf Club (par-72):-

1 Freddie Price (A) Royal Blackheath 69 69 -3 Qualified
2 Simon Head The London 70 70 -2 Qualified
2 Brett Taylor Brett Taylor Golf 70 70 -2 Qualified
4 Joost Steenkamer Netherlands 71 71 -1 Qualified
4 Ben Collier Royal Hague 71 71 -1 Qualified
6 Michael Lawrence (A) Sundridge Park 72 72 Par Qualified
6 Jamie Savory Topgolf Surrey 72 72 Par Qualified
6 Patrick McCarthy (A) Dulwich & Sydenham Hill 72 72 Par Qualified
6 Greg Snow Kenya 72 72 Par Qualified
6 Daniel Byrne (A) Dartford 72 72 Par Qualified
6 Peter Appleyard Redlibbets 72 72 Par Qualified
12 Mark Bishop Toot Hill 73 73 +1 Qualified
12 Paul Elvin Taylor Grey 73 73 +1 Reserve 12
12 Greg Hazelby Prince’s 73 73 +1 Reserve 15
12 Richard Neil-Jones Unattached 73 73 +1 Reserve 38
12 Jack Colegate Deangate Ridge 73 73 +1 Reserve 41
17 Jonathon Hearn Bower Contracting Ltd 74 74 +2 Reserve 62
17 Jason Levermore Channels 74 74 +2 Reserve 65
17 Daniel Lokke Denmark 74 74 +2
17 Tom Sloman (A) Taunton & Pickeridge 74 74 +2
17 Richard Wallis North Foreland 74 74 +2


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