Matchplay Round 2
by Clayton Landells
"I went to bed the night before my match against Leigh Jones feeling pretty ordinary about my game. I had just come home from our monthly medal at which I shot gross 99. I couldn't hit the ball cleanly and had a severe case of 'the lefts' "
Trilby Tour Matchplay – My first match
"I decided my tactics would be - don't talk much, have my game-face (Poulter) on and give nothing away."
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The case of the travelling Trilby
TT Member David Locke was so taken by his trilby that he took his hat with him on holiday to Turkey - not realizing what a smash hit it would be!
Ode to the Trilby Tour by Andy Widdowson
This is my first timeIn this tour called The TrilbyWill I be coming againI'm sure that I will be.
I'm here at Old Thorns, Lip hookexciting to be taking partI'm booked in at the first teeand ready to start
by Ben Torriero
'I used to play American Football in the NFL Europe League but it's the total opposite to golf'
by Mark Copping
'Although I've never had a golf lesson in my life I think hard work and dedication will see me through'
by Tim Furnell
My reasons for entering? Glamour, a faint hope of TV stardom and the age old search for sartorial style in middle age.
by John Freeman
'My son is back from Afghanistan and is caddying for me in the TT'
by Phil Wood
'He might be better than me but this time I'll show him how it's done!'
by Luke Washbourne
'A bad car accident made me give up golf but the Trilby Tour got me back on my feet'
by Neil Smyth
'How do you keep on trying to say words of encouragement without sounding patronising? Do they teach that at caddy school?'
by Marc Bignell
'My aim is to make my family proud and enjoy the day and not feature in the Rogues Gallery'
by Michael Thayne
'My motto? Make it happen'
by Lee Hodgson
'Life is too short, live for the moment and seize the day'
by Ian Marshall
After watching the TT final on Sky Sports, I decided that I would enter see what all the fuss was about - who were these golfers wearing strange looking hats?
by Richard Le Page
I'm entering the TT because I think it will be a good run in to the World Deaf Golf Championship.
*Help sponsor Richard and send him to Japan!*
by Stephen Howarth
I have loved sports all my life but only discovered golf at the ripe old age of 40 when the knocks at rugby and football were getting harder to recover from.
by David Howard
This is the first time that I have played the TT and I decided to enter after becoming an addict watching every Monday night on SKY.
Caddying for me on the day is one of my good friends Keith Jayne – better known to many of you as Stig from the 80s children series Stig of the Dump.
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Read the Matchplay FAQs and RULES
BOOK REVIEW The Ryder Cup: A complete history of golf's greatest competition
by Nicholas Gamble
Enjoy the history of the Ryder Cup in glorious full colour in this new compendium documenting the key players and events through the years.
I recommend...Four-Iron in the Soul by Lawrence Donegan
chosen by TT member D. Parker
"A wonderful insight into the caddy/player relationship on the European Tour"
I recommend...Harvey Penick's Little Red Book
chosen by TT reader Steve Holman
"This worked wonders for me!"