The Amateur Championship 2014 Match play 4th Round Results for Friday 20th June at Royal Portrush Links, Northern Ireland

Three English, Three Scots, one Icelandic and one South African make up the quarter-final line-up at the 2014 British Amateur Golf Championship at Royal Portrush Links, Northern Ireland.cormac shavin

The leading qualifier, Daniel Brown of England beat former Walker Cup player, Rhys Pugh of Wales by 3 and 2.

The much fancied Toby Tree from England was defeated 2 and 1 by compatriot, Sean Towndrow.

England’s Paul Howard beat Corrmac Sharvin of Ireland (pictured to the right) by 4 and 3, the biggest win of the afternoon.

St Andrews Links Trophy and South African Stroke play runner-up, Bradley Neil from Scotland advanced with a 2&1 win against Leonard Bem of France.

Haraldur Magnus from Iceland has been a surprise packet and reached the quarter finals with a 2/1 win against the highly rated, Paul Kinnear of England.

Scotland’s Jamie Savage, who won the 2014 Irish Open Amateur Stroke play, advanced with a 3/1 win against former Stirling University student, Mathias Eggenberger of Switzerland.

The quarter final line-up is made up by Connor Syme of Scotland, the son of PGA professional Stuart Syme, who defeated Robin Dawson from Ireland by one hole. Syme, will now face Savage, with Scotland and England both guaranteed a player in the semi final of The Amateur Championship 2014.

A full list of round 4 amateur golf results are detailed below.

Round 4 – P.M Friday, 20th June 2014

1 BROWN, Daniel   3/2 v PUGH, Rhys  

TOWNDROW, Sean 2/1 TREE, Toby 

3 HOWARD, Paul 4/3 SHARVIN, Cormac 

4 CHAPMAN, Adam LOMBARD, Zander 1 UP

5 BEM, Leonard NEIL, Bradley 2/1

6 KINNEAR, Paul MAGNUS, Haraldur 2/1

7 SAVAGE, Jamie 3/1 EGGENBERGER, Mathias

8 DAWSON, Robin SYME, Connor 1 UP


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