- 8WAGR position
- 1088.8338Points average
Gregory hit the headlines in June 2016 when he won the Amateur Championship at Royal Porthcawl. He arrived in Wales ranked 44th on the WAGR table but overcame an elite field to emerge with invitations to the Open Championship, the Masters and U.S. Open Championship. He had signalled his intent earlier in the year when he finished runner-up in the Spanish Amateur Championship. He helped Great Britain & Ireland retain the St Andrews Trophy with three wins out of four matches. He then represented England in the World Amateur Team Championship in Mexico, helping his country finish second behind Australia.