Few beats par to earn final place
Weston Park professional Michael Few has qualified for the final of the Glenmuir PGA Professional Championship at The Belfry from June 14-17.
Few claimed his place when he was runner-up in the East regional qualifier at Gog Magog. He was one of only two players to beat par and shot one-under 71 on the Wandlebury course.
The top 15 players went through to the final and also included Robin Mann of Southwold, who was on the cut mark with three-over 75.
Among the alternates is Sam Cubitt of Lowestoft Driving Range, who returned 76.
The final will on the PGA National course at The Belfry.
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Capindale-Scott, who is sponsored by Norfolk Commercials in Dereham suffered with a neck injury for much of last year and at one point thought his golfing days were numbered. But he said: 'I've got through it and my results are getting pretty strong.'