Gary Marks representing the World of Golf lead the 2014 Open Championship Regional Qualifying at Remedy Oak Golf Club.

Marks, earned the leading qualifier bragging rights with a three under par score of 69 by one shot from Kris Nicol (70) from Fraserburgh, Scotland, representing the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre in Aberdeen.

Next best placed were five golfers on -1, 71, and six players finished on level par, 72.

Chris Tyrrell from New Forest Golf Club secured the final qualifying spot with a round of even par, 72.

2014 Open Championship Regional Qualifying at Remedy Oak Golf Club (par-72):-

1 Gary Marks World of Golf 69 69 -3 Qualified
2 Kris Nicol Paul Lawrie Golf Centre 70 70 -2 Qualified
3 Jack Stubbington Hockley 71 71 -1 Qualified
3 Roderick Bastard Marbella 71 71 -1 Qualified
3 Jordan McColl Scotscraig 71 71 -1 Qualified
3 Joshua Walsh (A) St Enodoc 71 71 -1 Qualified
3 Thomas Shadbolt Brocket Hall 71 71 -1 Qualified
8 Farren Keenan Sunningdale 72 72 Par Qualified
8 Sam Matton Bowood 72 72 Par Qualified
8 Nicholas Redfern Aia Group 72 72 Par Qualified
8 James Ablett Lee on the Solent 72 72 Par Qualified
8 Chris Tyrrell New Forest 72 72 Par Qualified
8 Mark Justice (A) Walton Heath 72 72 Par Reserve 11
14 Tyler Hogarty Rodway Hill 73 73 +1 Reserve 16
14 Tom Parsons Dudsbury 73 73 +1 Reserve 37
14 Scott Drummond Skills Group Ltd 73 73 +1 Reserve 42
14 Danny Phillips Cotswolds 73 73 +1 Reserve 61
14 Matt Mumford (A) Wrag Barn 73 73 +1 Reserve 66
14 Harry Casey (A) Enfield 73 73 +1
14 Oliver Baker Cardiff 73 73 +1
14 Ashley Mansell Clevedon 73 73 +1
14 Elliot Groves Stoneham 73 73 +1
14 Jon White Saunton 73 73 +1

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