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Champions of Golf on Tour

Scott Henry
Following a successful week back on the main European Tour at the Lyoness Open last week, Scott is once again back in competitive action but this time playing on the European Challenge, due to there being no main tour event, at the Najeti Open being played in St Omer, France. The event and venue hold good memories for Scott who finished 15th there in 2013 and finished 3rd in 2014, a feat he will obviously be hoping to improve upon in 2015.

Jason Palmer
Jason has made his way across the pond to take part in the US Open Championship at Chambers Bay, his first taste of an American major championship. Following a less than ideal preparation to the campaign having withdrawn from the European Tour's Lyoness Open last week in Austria following a slight wrist injury Jason has been using all of his time n Washington to learn the course and get game sharp ahead of what will arguably be one of the biggest tests in his golf career.

Neil Fenwick
On the back of a 6th place finish at the inaugural Paul Lawrie Scottish Par 3 Championships, Neil is once again heading out on the EurPro Tour keen to continue his 100% record of making 4 cuts from 4 starts finding himself in 15th position on the Order of Merit, bidding to move up and gain his automatic European Challenge Tour playing privileges for 2016. Cumberwell Park is this weeks host venue for the Grenke Championships which begins on Wednesday 17th June running until the final round on Friday 19th June.

As always the very best of luck to all the Champions of Golf professionals out on tour this week.