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Matthew Jordan

Matthew Jordan
Jordan returned to the Old Course in 2022 five years after winning the St Andrews Links Trophy, one of the most prestigious titles in the amateur game.

Jordan returned to the Old Course in 2022 five years after winning the St Andrews Links Trophy, one of the most prestigious titles in the amateur game.

He earned an Open Championship debut by finishing third in the 36-hole Final Qualifying competition at St Annes Old Links, where four spots were up for grabs.

Rounds of 69 and 68 gave the Royal Liverpool member a seven-under-par total, only one behind joint winners Marcus Armitage and amateur Sam Bairstow.

“It feels brilliant – something that I’ve wanted for a long time now and obviously the 150th Open at St Andrews is the cherry on top," said Jordan. "I love the place – as well as the Links Trophy when I’ve played in the Dunhill there I had two good rounds, but it’s going to be on another level with all the spectator stands and everything else that goes on.”

His best finish on the DP World Tour to date was a tie for third at the 2020 Wales Open, where he closed with a 66 to be three behind winner Romain Langasque.

Was spared a play-off in Final Qualifying with a closing birdie, describing his 250-yard three-wood into the heart of the green as “pretty much a perfect shot.”

Venue
Finish
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
Par
St Andrews 2022
M/C
74
72
-
-
-
M/C

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