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Llewellyn Matthews

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Llewellyn Matthews (Born 1984) is a Welsh Amateur Golfer based at Southerndown Golf Club in South Wales.

Matthews rose to prominence in 2006 when he won the 36 hole qualifying for the British Amateur Championship at Royal St George's Golf Club with a score of 142 (74,68), he would go through to the last 16 in the match play.[1] Matthews then went on to win the 2006 Welsh Amateur Championship held at P&K Golf Club beating Royal Porthcawl's Rhys Davies on the 36th Green. Matthews represented Wales as part of their 3 man team at the Eisenhower Trophy held at De Zalze Golf Club in South Africa, helping Wales achieve 4th place out of 70 teams, with a team score of -17 under par.[2][circular reference] In 2007, Matthews beat a World Class field at the St.Andrews Links Trophy in Scotland and won the tournament by 3 shots with a -15 under par score and total of 273 over the 4 rounds, winning wire to wire and setting a new tournament record in the process[3]. In 2007, Matthews won his second Welsh Amateur Title in a row at Royal St. David's Harlech North Wales beating Ben Westgate of Trevose in a tight final played in horrendous weather conditions. In 2007, Matthews also went to final British Open Qualifying at Monifieth Golf Club in Scotland, scoring 67,68 and securing a spot at the British Open held at Carnoustie in Scotland, alongside Luke Donald MBE and Charles Howell III[4]. Matthews was selected to represent Great Britain and Ireland at the 2007 Walker Cup held at Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.

Amateur Wins (4)[edit]

2006 Welsh Amateur Championship (Pyle & Kenfig)[5] 2007 Welsh Amateur Championship (Royal St David's Harlech) 2007 Trubshaw Cup (Ashburnham and Tenby)[6] 2007 St.Andrews Links Trophy[7]

Results in major championships (1)[edit]

  • British Open 2007 - CUT (Carnoustie)


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