Junior Section

Welcome from Matt Tryhorn – The Junior Organiser

CAMBERLEY, ENGLAND – JUNE 12: Matthew Tryhorn of Corhampton Golf Club plays his first shot on the 1st tee during The Lombard Trophy South Qualifier at Camberley Heath Golf Club on June 12, 2018 in Camberley, England

The height of the school holidays sees our busiest schedule for tournaments.  The prestigious Junior Championship is run in August and this year 13 Juniors participated, 8 played the 18 hole championship and 5 under 10 year olds played the inaugural 9 hole championship.  Jamie Markwick was crowned junior champion for a second time with a great score of 69 (-2).  Stevie Crozier-Hunt won the under 15s scratch Trophy.  Olivia Diment won the Nett Trophy.  Oli Moore won the under 10s scratch Trophy and Ewen Ogilvy the under 10s nett prize.

Jamie followed up his win by lifting the North Hants Junior Open title with a 6 under par round of 63 – beating Justin Rose’s course record (sadly due to a technicality Jamie didn’t get to keep it).

Olivia Diment secured the Paul Casey Order of Merit (with two events still to go).

Tournaments have continued into September and Sam Goodridge has found form to win the Shebab Oman Trophy beating Jamie Westwood on countback, both with a score of 35 points.

More will follow in the next edition.


September 2018 From Corhampton (Club Newsletter Issue No.2)

Welcome from Matt Tryhorn – The Junior Organiser

On Sunday 7th October , the Bob Johnston Adult and Junior invitational took place . There were 11 adults and 11 juniors and Bob put up all the prizes .

It was a great day and thanks are due to Scott Gregory for playing .

1st place with 46 pts were Kevin Brackstone and Livvy Diment, (2018)

2nd place with 43 pts ACB were David Hinton and Louis Doye.

3rd place with 43 pts were Scott Gregory and Freya Watts .

Scott and Jamie Markwick tied for the scratch prize put up by Bob with 71 gross scores .

All juniors won a voucher and adults won a bottle of wine .

October 2018 From Corhampton Chronicle (Club Newsletter Issue No.3)

Junior Section Committee Report June 2019


It is my pleasure to provide a report of the activities of the Junior section for the period April to June. It is so encouraging to once again report that the section continues to grow, we are continuing to attract a plethora of youngsters; the enthusiasm and support for the section provides me with a great sense of pride and achievement, we really are developing a talented pool of young people.

Our timetable of events for the juniors provides a mix of coaching and competition and as reported previously we have invested in the Golphin Kids programme.  This programme is primarily aimed at the younger members who are new to the game. The juniors are using the Pathways for Kids coaching app and are making use of the junior clubs that are provided as part of the package (these clubs are specifically designed for young people and have larger than normal head sizes and weight/lengths thus making them easier to hit). The next stage of the programme will be to set up a series of targets, activities to practice and awards for those that achieve their goals.  We will set this up once the groups are sorted.  An exciting and innovative time ahead for Corhampton Juniors.

The report of activities for the period April 2019 – June 2019

14 AprilJunior stableford
 18 hole competition
Connor Babington won with 41 points Sam Goodridge 39 points   9 hole (for higher handicaps/younger juniors) Zachary Marty 18 points Noah Turnbull 16 points  
27 AprilJunior Stableford
18 hole competition Olivia Diment 37 points Connor Babington 35 points   9 hole competition Max Hazeldine 17 points James Smith 15 points  
5 MayJunior coaching, 2 groups concentrating on long game.  Well supported with 6 juniors in each group.    
19 MayElsie Harris Cup – double Order of Merit points  
 Olivia Diment 37 points
Freya Watts 36 points

9 hole competition

Rhys Smith 13 points (on count back)
Oli Moore 13 points
29 MayJunior Stableford (horrendous weather!)
 18 hole Freya Watts 37 points Sam Goodridge 35 points
8 JuneCaptains Day 6 juniors played in the adult event. Freya Watts won the ladies event with 44 points, beating the nearest opponent by 10  points. Jamie Markwick shot 70 gross.   9 hole Bob Johnston Cup was won by Oli Moore (aged 9) with 21 points
Max Hazeldine second with 16 points.   The blind pairs event was won by Jamie Markwick and Conor Babington
9 JuneCoaching session focusing on putting.   2 groups for 1.5 hours.
15/16 JuneLadies Championships

2 girls competed in this tournament, both winning prizes.   Stevie Crozier-Hunt 2nd in the scratch Freya Watts 3rd Nett.  

Matt Tryhorn – Junior Organiser (Chronicle No 9)

Welcome from Matt Tryhorn – The Junior Organiser

The last ‘Gill Cooper- 9 hole Order of Merit’   event was played on Sunday 1st March.
Ollie Moore won the Stableford with 21 pts, Max Hazeldene was second with 20 pts, and Hatty Richardson was third with 19 pts. Gill kindly came up to the Club to present the ‘Gill Cooper Claret Jug’ to Max Hazeldene, who won the overall Order of Merit by just one point from Ollie Moore.

Many congratulations to them!

On Saturday 14th March there was a Junior 9 hole competition, which Zachary Marty won with 15 pts. In the 18 hole Stableford, the winner was Josh Potterton  with 34 pts, and Stevie Crozier-Hunt was second with 34 pts on countback.

January 2020 From Corhampton Chronicle (Club Newsletter Issue No.13)

Juniors (The Smurfs!) Report

We continued with the Juniors’ 9-hole Order of Merit Events before Christmas:

15th December

1st Olivia Diment 18pts

2nd Connor Babington  18pts c/b

22nd December Turkey Trot 

1st Max Hazledene 25pts

2nd Olivia Diment 24pts

12th January 9-hole S’ford

1st Charlie Metcalf 23pts

2nd Oli Moore 23pts c/b

The Order of Merit is hotting up, with the Juniors’ best 5 scores counting for their average for the Winter competitions. Max Hazledene leads by a narrow margin over Olivia Diment, with Sam Goodridge currently in third place. The Section is thriving, with a total of 19 Juniors competing in the Order of Merit, with an average of 16 in each competition, which continue on 26th January and 9th of February.

Junior Champions From Corhampton Chronicle No.10 September  2019

Our junior Champions ….from the left
Oli Moore aged 9 (9 hole nett champion ).
Stevie Crozier Hunt in the middle , she won the junior Championship nett and the under 15 scratch !! Aged 13, gross 82 (off 16 and now   off 13.6. )
Zachary Marty in white top , junior 9 hole scratch champion aged 8

Matt Tryhorn

March 2020 From Corhampton Chronicle (Club Newsletter Issue No.14)

Welcome from Matt Tryhorn – The Junior Organiser

At the Junior Turkey Trot, on the Sunday before Christmas there was a special presentation, of all the year’s trophies, held on the putting green. The Junior Golfer of the Year award was shared between Ollie Moore and Sam Goodridge. Hatty Jackson won Most Improved Player of the Year. In the Turkey Trot the results were: 1st Katie Cantrell with 29 pts, 2nd Emily Hughes 26pts, 3rd Louis Doye 20pts.During lockdown, several Juniors are using their own practice nets and working on their game from home Stevie, Livvy, Freya and Hatty are doing ‘Zoom’ fitness sessions with the County Squad!

January 2021 From Corhampton Chronicle (Club Newsletter Issue No.15)

Welcome from Matt Tryhorn – The Junior Organiser

Congratulations to Josh Potterton, who is shown holding his trophy for winning the Romsey Junior Open with the Best Nett score of 64. He was also 3rd in the Gross score.

On the 25th April, in the 18 hole Stableford, the winner was Josh Potterton with 37 pts, and runner up was Ollie Moore with 36 pts.

9 hole Smurfs: Zachary Marty 16 pts, James Smith 15 pts.

9th May Results: 18 hole Stableford winner was Josh Potterton 38 pts, runner up was Freya Watts 37 pts.

9 hole Smurfs: the winner was Amelie Marty 20 pts, runner up Emily Hughes 14 pts.

15th May Results: 9 hole Betterball; Winners were Stevie Crozier-Hunt and Amelie Marty 24 pts, runners up were Hatty Richardson and Emily Hughes on 23pts.

(Well done to all the participants in the Junior Section, and I am sure many of us oldies would have loved to have been coached by Matt in our formative years! Ed.)

May 2021 From Corhampton Chronicle (Club Newsletter Issue No.17)

Stevie Crozier-Hunt, Juniors Captain, from Corhampton Chronicle April 2022 (Club Newsletter No.22)
Juniors Report from Corhampton Chronicle April 2022

Juniors Report from Corhampton Chronicle May 2022

Junior Section Update by Matt Tryhorn
Corhampton’s junior squad go from strength to strength and fortunately their handicaps are tumbling down. Editor: I have had the pleasure of playing with several juniors in the past few weeks and do find them respectful and a pleasure to play with (just watching their ball striking – must be down to their tuition).

Captain’s Day junior 9 hole
1st Oli Moore, 2nd Alex Cordery, 3rd Ewen Ogilvy

9th July Shebab Oman Trophy
1st Callum Edmond 42 points, 2nd Hatty Richardson 40 points, 3rd Joe Riddle 40 points (CB)

12th August Junior Championship
1st Max Hazeldene nett 65, 2nd Alex Cordery nett 67, 3rd George Scott nett 69
U15 Scratch Conner Babington gross 80
Junior champion 2022 Stevie Crozier-Hunt 77

Juniors Report from Corhampton Chronicle August 2022