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Age / DOB:  () / 1/1/2050

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Scotland's Bradley Neil makes his Memorial Tournament debut and second start in the United States in 2015.
Amateur Bradley Neil, the 2014 British Amateur champion, plays his next two events in the states, this week at the Memorial, and two weeks later at the 115th U.S. Open. The U.S. Open will be his third major championship appearance via his Amateur Championship win and associated invitations. He also teed it up at the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, and at this year's Masters, but shot 78-79 to miss the cut by 11 strokes. All told, the 19-year-old has played six professional events, missing five cuts, including at last week's Irish Open. Neil registered a T63 at the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Championship in his only weekend play to-date. Jun 2 - 8:20 PM
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Scotland's Bradley Neil defeated Zander Lombard of South Africa 2 and 1 in the final match of the 119th Amateur Championship in Northern Ireland.

This was a great match before Lombard's wheels came off. They were all square through 27 holes of the 36-hole finale before Lombard connected bogeys to go 2 down with seven to play. They traded pars on the 30th hole, and then Neil outlasted his counterpart with a bogey-5 (to Lombard's double-bogey 6) at No. 31. Another Lombard bogey at the 32nd hole pushed him to 4 down. He recovered with birdies at 33 and 34, but needed to run the table to force sudden death. Alas, matching 5s on the penultimate hole secured victory for Neil. Royal Portrush and Portstewart Golf Club co-hosted the 36-hole stroke-play qualification, but the former took over for the match play format. With the victory, Neil, who began the week slotted 38th in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and placed T35 in stroke play at 3-over-par 72-72=144, earns an exemption into next month's Open Championship. Lombard ranked 59th in the WAGR prior to the tournament and shared eighth place in stroke play at 1-under 69-71=140.
Sun, Jun 22, 2014 01:32:00 PM