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English golfer Henry Tomlinson representing Stirling University Golf Team won the 2014 Boyd Quaich international students tournament at St Andrews on a countback after 72 holes of regulation play.

Tomlinson, and Frenchman Nicolas Maheut from the University of Rouen finished tied on five-under-par, 281, after two rounds over the Old and New Courses.

Tomlinson’s superior final round of two-under-par, 70, over the Old Course, secured the title, compared with Maheut’s +1, 73.

Craig Chalmers representing Strathclyde University Golf Team finished third on -3, 283.

A full list of student golf scores is detailed below.

LEADING FINAL TOTALS (Par 2×71 St Andrews New; 2×72 St Andrews Old)

281 Henry Tomlinson (Eng) 70 74 67 70, Nicolas Maheut (Fra) 70 68 70 73
283 Craig Chalmers (Sco) 72 72 69 70
284 Matthew Fieldsend (Eng) 65 73 70 76
285 Louis Tomlinson (Eng) 69 74 73 69
286 Robin Petersson (Swe) 70 72 71 73, James Tisdale (Eng) 75 72 68 71, Jake Hogg (Sco) 72 73 74 67.
288 Shaun Carter (Ire) 71 74 73 70
289 John Milne (Eng) 71 75 69 74, Alex Gleeson (Ire) 71 71 73 74, Calum Hill (Sco) 72 72 75 70
290 Victor Joffray (Fra) 70 77 67 76, Jack Heasman (Eng) 73 76 70 71
291 Declan Loftus (Ire) 72 73 70 76
293 Oliver Roberts (Hong Kong) 74 72 75 72, Tom Beasley (Eng) 70 77 72 74
294 Joshua Dye (Eng) 74 72 72 76
296 Cameron Graham (Sco) 74 73 73 76
298 Declan Reidy (Ire) 73 76 73 76
299 Robbie Pierse (Ire) 72 77 75 75
300 Jack Walker (Sco) 73 77 74 76, Tom Mortimer (Eng) 71 79 72 78
301 Jonathan O’Driscoll (Ire) 75 74 77 75
302 Harry Chapple (Eng) 71 78 74 79
303 Ben Skinner (Eng) 74 75 80 74, Ross Brydon (Eng) 74 75 76 78, Lewis Kuhler (Eng) 71 79 75 78
310 Craig Anderson (Sco) 72 77 83 78

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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