About Me


My name is Tom Law and I am now 21 years old and play to a handicap of Plus 1.7.

I represent the Wiltshire County Golf Union 1st team and have had several local and National stroke play successes since I started playing golf at the age of 6, details of which are available on the results section.

My plan for the next 3 years is to play as much golf on the National and International amateur circuits with the target of gaining representative honours for my country.

My coach is Gary Harris a former Brabazon Trophy winner who has represented England and Great Britain at every level. Gary, who is now a professional golfer and helps to run The Jamega Pro Golf Tour.

My fitness coach is Chic Carvell who is a highly qualified sports coach and helped David Howell in his early years.

Roger Manners helps with my golfing mind management and has been a great influence in how I meet triumph and disaster on and off the golf course.

I work hard on my game at Broome Manor and at Highworth with my Coach Gary Harris so I can give myself every chance of making a amateur career within the game of golf.

I am now in my second year at University studying for a degree in Sports Therapy through Bath University.

I am going to continue to persue an amateur career in golf for the meantime and with my current handicap I will be able to enter more of the National and International events.

Things have moved on now and I am entering my final year of a BSc (Hons) in Sports therapy. I am then hoping to go on to study for a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy which will take a further two years of studying.

I still intend to play golf as much as I can and hope to enter some National Amateur tournaments now that my handicap is plus 2.

I have now completed my BSc (Hons) Degree in Sports Therapy at Bath University and am predicted to get a minimum 2.1 and at some point I would want to take my Masters in Sports Physiotherapy.

I have now had the results of my Degree and am delighted to say I achieved a BSc (Hons) First Class.

I would like to develop my golf career now that I have my degree tucked away and would be looking for sponsorship to cover my tournament expenses, in exchange for which I can deal with your and your families aches and pains .

My Team


Fitness Coach

Chic Carvell

Chic Carvell's Site

Coach

Gary Harris

Gary Harris and Tom Law

Development Coach

Roger Manners

Roger Manners and Tom Law

Results 


Club Results

Date Event Position Handicap
May 2010David Howell ClassicWinner15
June 2010Junior MedalWinner13
July 2010Help The HeroesWinner12
Sept 2010Broome Manor CupWinner9
Feb 2011Winners PlateRunner-up8
June 2011David Howell ClassicWinner (Retained)6
August 2011Dennis Gray TrophyWinner3.7
October 2011Wiltshire Junior League PlateWinner3.7
May 2012Secretaries CupWinner3.2
September 2012The Gerry White TrophyWinner1.9
June 2015Broome Manor Club Championship 10 under par 65+67Winner1.3
June 2015Old Town Cup Lowest Net Club Championship 64+66Winner1.3
August 2015Barry Sandry Trophy 8 under par 63Winner-1.0
October 2015Jubilee CupWinner-1.0
May 2016Winter League TrophyWinner-1.0
June 2016Broome Manor Club Championship 3 under par 68 + 71Winner (Retained)-1.0
November 2016Jubilee CupWinner (Retained)-1.0
May 2017Winter League TrophyWinner (Retained)-1.0
July 2017Captains Day Medal 5 Under Par 66Runner up-1.3
June 2018Broome Manor Club Championship 3 under par 70 + 69Winner-1.7

National Results

Date Event Position Handicap
Sept 2010David Howell Golfability National FinalWinner8
June 2012South West Under 16 Championships3rd3.2
October 2012The Maidment BowlWinner1.9
August 2013Jamega Pro Golf Tour @ Magnolia Park30th1.9
April 2014Ogbourne Downs Junior OpenWinner1.9
August 2014Burnham and Berrow Junior Open level Par 72Winner1.4
May 2017Wiltshire County Foursomes ChampionshipsWinner-1.0
May 2017Wiltshire County ChampionshipsWinner (Play-off)-1.0
June 2017Burnham & Berrow Silver SalverThird Place-1.2
May 2018Wiltshire County Championship(Retained)-1.4
June 2018Open Championship Qualifier 68 -4Tied 5th-2.1

Current Handicap: Plus 2.10

 

What's in the bag?


Irons

Nike Victory Red Combo 3-PW

Woods

Driver - Callaway XR 10.0
3 Wood - Cobra Fly-Z Plus
Rescue - Victory Red II Pro

Wedges

Nike V11Pro 52 Degree
Nike V11Pro 54 Degree
Nike V11Pro 60 Degree

Putter

Nike Unitized Tiempo



Blog

My interview with "Your Sport Swindon"

Hi again, I have just come across this video of an interview I did with "Your Sport Swindon" which some of you may like to see, if the link works!!
https://youtu.be/cKwD04AaEm0

4th South West Week

Hi all, I'm back again with some more news. This time its about representing Wiltshire at The South West Counties Championships at Weston Super Mare.
The Chanpionships are held over 6 days where the 6 counties, Wilts, Glos, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall play each other in a round robin format.
In between the matches there is a 36 hole individual stroke play competition on the Tuesday and I scored a 2 over par 72 in the morning and a 1 under par in the afternoon to finish on 1 over par and in 26th place out of 72 competitors.
I played well in the matches and accumulated 5.5 points out of a possible 8.75, so a good week and as a team Wiltshire finished in a very creditable 2nd place behind a rampant Somerset who won overall and with Somerset's Will Poole winning the stroke, play it was a Somerset clean sweep. 
I was surprised at the presentation to be included in the South West squad to play the Midlands in September at Bristol and Clifton, I just hope I get the nod to play for the team.
My next adventure will be a go at Open qualifying and I will be trying my best at Little Aston in the Midlands to progress onto final qualifying for a chance to play in The Open at Royal Birkdale but before that I will be defending my Broome Manor Club Championship to see if I can win it for a third straight time!
I will let you know how I get on in my next blog.
Enjoy this great golfing weather and play well.
Tom

Burnham and Berrow adventure

I played in The Burnham and Berrow Silver Salver yesterday and shot a disappointing 7 over par 78 in the first round to trail the leader by 8 shots. The weather was windy and with occasional showers made scoring difficult but I was determined to score better in the second round.
I started well getting too 2 under par after 5 holes but then I proceeded to drop 3 shots and turned in one over par. I then headed for home and with 8 pars and a birdie finished on level par for the round and that elevated me into third place which although not a win it showed me I had grit and determination.
I now go off to the South West Counties Championships at Weston Super Mare and will let you know how I get on in my next blog.

What's Been Going On?

Well quite a bit has gone on in my life since my last blog. On the education front I have now finished my BSc (Hons) Degree in Sports Therapy and am predicted to get at least a 2.1, so fingers crossed.
On the golfing front it has been an incredibly fruitful time for me, retaining the Broome Manor Club Championship was great and I scored a very solid 3 under par total. The most important wins I have had this year are the Wiltshire County Foursomes Championship which I won with my Broome Manor club mate Mike Cox.
I followed this win by scooping the Wiltshire County Championship crown after a 3 hole play-off against Gary Slade.
Mike Cox and me won the Broome Manor Winter League Trophy for the second time.
I promised you an update on the Scratch Match Play final which I unfortunately lost but I will be battling for it next time.
On the County front I have cemented my place in the Wiltshire South West Counties Championships for the fourth year and am looking forward to doing battle with the other counties in one of my favourite golfing week.
Now that my degree is safely tucked away I am hoping to see how far I can go in the wider golfing world, so the question is will it be as a professional or as an amateur? We will think it over during the coming days and see what is the best thing to do.
Now my degree is done I will be able to keep you updated on a more regular basis.
Thank you for readin this and play well but most of all enjoy your golf.

Tom 
 

Jubilee Cup Winner

Just an update about the Jubilee Cup final which I played today and managed to win 2 and 1 in a tense and closely fought match. I played well all day and hit 15 greens in rgulation and finished the match of with a birdie on the seventeenth.

My season is nearly over, just one more tournament to  finish off and that's the Broome Manor Scratch Matchplay tournament where I have a quarter final match to play and I will let you know how it goes next time.

Enjoy your golf

Tom 

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