Independent School Golfers take the title at the Inaugural University of Exeter Invitational.
The World ranking event featured the top teams from Universities across the UK and Ireland. The inaugural event was hosted by Trevose Golf and Country Club on 2-4 March
The ISGA (Independent Schools Golf Association) team surprised the University teams by winning the team event with a total of 443. The ISGA team featured from left to right Callum Hill from Merchiston, Jack Sallis from Wellington College and Jack Singh-Brar from Hampshire Collegiate
University of Stirling’s Cormac Sharvin captured the Individual Trophy after three days of competitive action with a final round 75. Sharvin led by 4 shots going into the final day after rounds of 71 and 72. In the chasing pack were Gary Hurley, a full Irish internationalist and Jack Singh-Brar, an England U18 Squad member. Along with Cornwall county player, Matt Richards, the title could have gone anyway with 9 holes to play. Sharvin however, produced a back 9 of two under par, 34, in tough 25mph winds on exceptionally quick greens to wrestle the title from Gary Hurley by one shot with a 218 total. Matt Richards finished one shot further back on 220. Callum Hill  (ISGA) lead the field after day 1, but had a 78 on day 2. He finished 4th overall which was a great result as he passed many lower handicap players helping his team mates to win the Trophy.
Top 10 teams and top 10 Individual results

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pictures from the 3 days

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