Norfolk’s Amy Taylor joint second in Sir Henry Cooper Masters
- Credit: Ian Burt
Norfolk's Amy Taylor suffered a frustrating near miss at the prestigious Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters.
The Bawburgh player, back home following the first year of her studies in the United States, finished joint second at Nizels after a superb finish from one of her rivals.
Huddersfield's Charlotte Heath ended up winning the event by four shots after a spectacular final round of 67, five under par and by some distance the best score of the weekend.
Taylor had started the round three shots ahead of the eventual winner in second place after rounds of 75, 79 and 76 at the tough Kent course, but was overhauled after a solid round of 74.
Her 16 over par total of 304 left her in a share of second position with Vale of Glamorgan's Darcey Harry and Berkhamstead's Hannah Screen, who had led the way by six shots after three rounds. Harry's scores were 78, 75, 77 and 74 and Screen's 77, 74, 73 and 80.
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Swaffham's Abigail O'Riordan missed the cut after rounds of 83 and 85.
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