Burnham and Berrow Golf Club hosted one of the final qualifiers for this year’s The Open on Tuesday.

288 competitors competed at four different golf courses across the country with the last chance to qualify for The Open at stake, with Burnham and Berrow being one of the locations.

The course hosted a 36-hole stroke play event with four qualifying places available, and there was some great play from some fantastic players to secure qualifying spots.

Former World number one and 2018 Open runner-up Justin Rose led the way at the Burnham-on-sea course, shooting 66 on the first 18 and 68 on his second trip round to qualify in first place with a total score of 134.

Second-placed Dominic Clemons put together an identical two 18-hole rounds to come in with the same total as Rose and take the second qualifying spot.

Charlie Lindh of Sweden and Abraham Ancer of Mexico then completed the qualification spots.

Lindh shot 67 on his first round and 70 on his second to come in with a score of 137, whilst Ancer shot 65 and 72 to also finish on 137.