Costessey Park’s Tanner wins opening Order of Merit event
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The opening event of the Norfolk Golf Union's Order of Merit series took place at Costessey Park, with home players taking centre stage.
Aiden Tanner took the scratch prize with a round of 72 which left him one ahead of Costessey colleague Ian Rollett.
There players finished on 74, Bruce McQuade of Royal Norwich, Dylan Green of Costessey Park and Josh Weeds of Bawburgh.
Charlie Woodward of Barnham Broom won the handicap competition with a nett 68 from Paul Hunter (Costessey Park, 69), Graham Cullum (Costessey Park, 69), Stuart Bennett (Costessey Park, 69) and Andrew Risbro (Bawburgh, 70).
There was an excellent field of 84 entries.
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The Order of Merits competitions are filling up nicely so anyone wanting to enter should get their entries in as quickly as possible.
The annual match for the Alan Winstanley Trophy between Norfolk Seniors, Norfolk Girls and the Norfolk under-14 squad took place at Sheringham Golf Club.
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It turned out to be a very close affair, with the girls winning on the last hole. Final scores: Norfolk Seniors 1½, Norfolk Under-14s 5, Norfolk Girls 5½.
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