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Toronto golfer Callan O’Reilly has US Open and Q-School on agenda in Japan

CHANCE: Toronto Country Club member Callan O’Reilly (left) will head to Japan next month for a chance to qualify for one of golf’s four major tournaments – the US Open. He will return to the same country later in the year hoping to claim a spot on the Japanese Tour in 2019. Picture: Jonathan CarrollJAPANis calling Toronto golfer Callan O’Reilly with US Open and tour qualification firmly on the agenda.
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O’Reilly will get his first look at the “Land of the Rising Sun” next month with a major spot up for grabs before returning later in the year hoping to score a card for2019.

“I’m over there for 10 days, but golf is onlythe first three,” the 27-year-oldsaid.

“I’ll get a couple of practice rounds in, play the 36 holes and then have a look around Japan for a little bit. Just to get the lay of theland and see if I like it because I’m goingback up there for Q-School this year.”

May 21 marks the opening assignment at Japan Memorial Golf Club, around 40 kilometres north-west of major port city Osaka.

If successful at securing a position inthe US Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Course (June 14-17) he would follow the same path as fellow Hunter player Kurt Barnes from 2015.

Japan Golf Tour qualifying then takes place in four stages from August with O’Reilly set to join from stage two.

His early-season success, which has him placed sixth on the PGA Tour of Australasiaorder of merit with $107,441.77 in prizemoney from five appearances in 2018, means any potential competition clashes won’t cause too many headaches.

“I’ll have to get through threestages of Q-School but it tendsto clash with the nschedule a fair bit, which iswhy it’s pretty handy to have what I’ve already got on the order of merit,” he said.“It means I’m not stressing on it.”

Confidence is also up and coming off a short break O’Reilly heads across the countryfor the Cottesloe Open next weekend (May 5-6) before contesting theWesternn PGA Championships in Kalgoorlie(May 10-13).

“Hopefully I can pick up where I left off,” he said.

* COREY Lambreceived a Golf medal for remaining undefeated in his five matches atlast week’sJunior Interstate Series in Perth. Branxton’s Lamb andhis NSW teammates, led by Charlestown’s Jye Picken, finished runner-up after being edged outfor the title by Queensland on a countback.

* LAMB’S uncle Mark Hale made the most of his commute from the Hunter to Mudgee on the weekend, collecting silverware for the Denman Open along the way with a four-under 68.

*FORMERPGA tour winner and Shortland Waters professional Tony Mangan is appreciating the shorter course while the new championship layout is being constructed.The 71-year old has broken his age in his last two competition rounds.

* REIGNING Newcastle order of merit holder Michael Wade picked up the new Lake Macquarie Cup at Belmont on Saturday.Charlestown’s Wade won on a countback from Belmont’s MarkEllison (71).

* TORONTO’S Justin Ely clinched the Karuah Open on Sunday after recording an impressive 66.

The Newcastle District Golf Association order of merit continues with the Myall Cup at Hawks Nest on Saturday followed by back-to-back events the next weekend –the Pacific Dunes Cup on May 5 and the Autumn Record at Newcastle Golf Club on May 6.

* MEREWETHERremain undefeated on top of the Newcastle Hunter District Ladies Golf Association division-one ladder after the opening four rounds.

They defeated winless Shortland Waters (4.5-2.5) last week while Charlestown accounted for Matland (6-1) and Belmontnarrowly beat Nelson Bay (4-3). Hosts Newcastle had the bye.

Three rounds are left to decide the 2018 title, starting withMerewether (April 23) before moving ontoNelson Bay (May 7) and Belmont (May 14).

* NEWCASTLE Golf Club ladies president Jenny Thompsonwill head a strong contingent of Hunter players atThe n Golf Club Medal tournamenton Thursdayand Friday.

The 36-hole stroke event has been a major calendar event since 1954 with a restricted field.

Fellow Newcastle players Jane MacDonald, Colleen O’Brien and Jenny Bellamy will be joined by Belmont’s Julie McCallum, Robyn Kennett from Nelson Bay and Maree Breen ofShortland Waters.

* WITH school holidays on there’s plenty of juniors hitting the fairways.

Championships were held at Belmont on Friday with Newcastle’s Oscar Gilson (75) and Belmont’s Mackenzie Toole (76) clinching the schoolboy and schoolgirl trophies respectively.

NDGA junior pennants wrap up at Pacific Dunes on Thursday following the opening two rounds at Waratah and Charlestown.

* THERE will be $50,000 on offer for anyone who can sink a hole-in-one on the par-three ninth at Toronto Country Club on Sunday, July 15.

The cash is being put up by First National Toronto and Morisset.

Players must register and pay $60, including breakfast and lunch and entry into the four-man ambrose competition, by June 30 to get a spot in the field.

*ANDREWDodt dropped back to finish tied 32ndat the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco following his six-over 78 in Sunday’s fourth and final round.The Newcastle golfer led the European Tour event by one stroke at the halfway stage after shooting six-under (70, 68) for the opening 36 holes. He went two-over 74 on Saturday.

*JAKEHigginbottommissed his fifth cut of the year on the Asian Tour despite the Novocastrian striking asecond-round 69 at the Panasonic Open Championship in Japan on Friday.

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