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Ian Walley of Kedleston Park led The Open Championship 2014 Regional Qualifying at Luffenham Heath Golf Club with a superb round of five under par, 65.

Walley, won the leading qualifier bragging rights by one shot from former European Tour Tour and British PGA Assistants Golf Champion, Matthew Cort of Rothley Park Golf Club, who carded a -4, 66.

There were four players on -2, 68, and three golfers on -1, 69.

The final qualifying spot was secured by amateur golfer, Nick Watson from Stoke Rochford Golf Club, with a +2, 72.

A full list of leading golf scores is detailed below.

2014 Open Championship Regional Qualifying at Luffenham Heath Golf Club:

1 Ian Walley Kedleston Park 65 65 -5 Qualified
2 Matthew Cort Rothley Park 66 66 -4 Qualified
3 Chris Evans Wishaw 68 68 -2 Qualified
3 John-Paul Banbury Moor Hall 68 68 -2 Qualified
3 George Thacker Kedleston Park 68 68 -2 Qualified
3 Andrew Cheese Sutton Coldfield 68 68 -2 Qualified
7 Andrew Willey Bulwell Forest 69 69 -1 Qualified
7 James Maw Rockcliffe Hall 69 69 -1 Qualified
7 Ian Ellis Great Yarmouth & Caister 69 69 -1 Qualified
10 Robert Harris Blankney 70 70 Par Qualified
10 Jack Cardy (A) Ipswich 70 70 Par Qualified
10 Paul Dixon (A) Willesley Park 70 70 Par Reserve 13
13 Neil Chaudhuri Www.specialisteyes.com 71 71 +1 Reserve 14
13 Jack Merry (A) Birstall 71 71 +1 Reserve 39
13 Christopher Bartrum (A) Diss 71 71 +1 Reserve 40
16 Steven Sharp Vienna 72 72 +2 Reserve 63
16 Nick Watson (A) Stoke Rochford 72 72 +2 Reserve 64
16 Stuart Brown Orton Meadows 72 72 +2
16 Nick Garland Toft Hotel 72 72 +2
16 James Burnett Sleaford 72 72 +2
16 Adam Lumley (A) Coventry 72 72 +2
16 Jack Yule (A) Middleton Hall 72 72 +2
16 Jamie Hibbert (A) Peterborough Milton 72 72 +2

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

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