Royal Porthcawl was delighted to welcome back The Amateur Championship for the seventh time.
The event brought the world's best amateur golfers to Wales and a rare opportunity for spectators to watch, at close hand the stars of the future.
Past winners of the trophy have included José María Olazábal, Matteo Manassero, Sergio Garcia and two time winner Gary Wolstenholme who famously beat Tiger Woods at Royal Porthcawl in the 1995 Walker Cup.
The first stage of the Championship involved 288 players each of whom played two rounds of 18 holes, one on each of the two courses. The 64 lowest scores over the 36 holes and ties for 64th place will competed in the match play stage of the Championship. Scott Gregory (England) from Corhampton and Robert MacIntyre (Scotland) of Glencruitten delivered an exciting final with the Englishman eventually winning 2 & 1. This win has secured Scott Gregory entry to The Open Championship at Royal Troon, the US Open at Erin Hills and an invitation to the Masters at Augusta National.
Walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest golfers to have played the game.
The 121st Amateur Championship took place at Royal Porthcawl and Pyle & Kenfig between 13-18 June 2016.
Watch our live streaming webcam and take in views of the first hole and Rest Bay.
Founded in 1891, Royal Porthcawl has a rich history and has hosted many prestigious tournaments.
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After a good night's sleep and an excellent breakfast, the golfer can step straight onto the tee.
Royal Porthcawl hosted its first Senior Open in 2014 and the event was a the huge success.
For all Open event information, view Booking Forms under Visitors, Open Competitions.
Visitors are invited to indulge in a post match drink in the clubhouse where they have a variety of rooms to choose from.