Golf buggy crash death: Tribute to Jack Segust
The family of a student who died after his golf buggy hit a tree at a Herefordshire golf course have said he was "the life and soul of the party".
Jack David Segust, 21, was at Herefordshire Golf Club, Wormsley, on Saturday evening when the buggy rolled down an embankment and hit a tree.
Mr Segust was airlifted to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, but died of head injuries, police said.
He was in the buggy with his younger brother Glenn, aged 19, and a friend.
West Midlands ambulance service said the two other men travelling in the buggy were treated for minor injuries and were taken to Hereford Hospital.
An inquest into Jack's death is being opened and adjourned by the Herefordshire coroner later and police are working with the local authority to establish what happened at the golf club.
His parents Sue and Phil Segust said: "Jack was home on summer leave from Portsmouth University where he had just completed his second year studying civil engineering.
"The life and soul of the party, Jack will be sadly missed by all his friends, family and Barney the beagle."
His parents said he "lived for his sport" and spent many hours at the gym, played rugby for Ledbury and cricket for Bartestree.