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James Heath Wins TP Tour Event at The Addington

By: Golfshake Editor | Wed 14 Oct 2020

The Addington was the magnificent stage for the TP Tour's latest event on 12th October, the Surrey classic widely considered to be among the finest layouts in England, rated Highly Recommended on Golfshake

A strong field gathered for some autumnal competition, but it was home star James Heath who dominated proceedings, shooting a peerless 64 without a bogey on the card to finish three strokes ahead of Challenge Tour player Todd Clements and East Sussex's Chris Cannon.

Twice a winner on the Challenge Tour (2006 and 2016), Heath showed his class with a tremendous display, a quality that was first showcased in 2004 when the now 37-year-old won the English Amateur and prestigious Lytham Trophy.

Former European Tour player, Robert Dinwiddie shot 68 to finish in a tie for fourth place with tour leader Daniel Gaunt, Walton Heath's David Boote, and Jon Poulton, underlining the strength of the assembled leaderboard.

Looking ahead, the TP Tour - which has impressively formed a schedule of tournaments in the face of the pandemic - moves onto Enville's Highgate Course on 19th October, before staging the Tour Championship at the revered Royal Cinque Ports on 16th November.

For more information on the TP Tour, visit https://www.tptourseries.com/.

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