Jubb stays in control

Sheringham's Mike Jubb continued his fine run of form with a two-shot win in the latest Norfolk PGA pro-am at Weston Park.

Jubb, who won the Norfolk Alliance championship last month, also leads the Norfolk PGA order of merit.

He was the only player in the field in this event to break par, with a two-under 70.

'I got off to a flying start when I hit the hole with my second shot on the first,' he said.

'The ball stopped about 18 inches away and I just had a tap-in for my birdie. That gave me a bit of confidence.'

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Jubb added three more birdies on the way out, on the long fifth, where he just missed an eagle putt, the sixth and eighth, to reach the turn at four-under 32.

A couple of shots slipped away on the way home but Jubb still came in comfortably ahead of the field.

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'I've got a new Titleist driver and I'm very straight with it, hardly missing a fairway,' he said.

'It always helps to hit your second shots from the fairway, especially on the inland courses.

'If you clatter it in the trees you're always going to be playing catch-up.'

• Results

Professionals: 70 Mike Jubb (Sheringham); 72 Ian Ellis (Costessey Park); 73 Mark Allen (Eaton), Alan Hemsley (Barnham Broom); 74 Lee Patterson (Royal Cromer).

Teams: 137 (7 under) Michael Few (Weston Park) with Shaun Brady, Les Grayston and club captain Keith Bowyer; 138 David Woolley (Middleton Hall) with Mike Thompson, Roger Garrod and Charles Gough, Steven Barnes (Sprowston Manor) with James Hazel, Kelly Hicks and Luke Clements; 139 Mark Allen (Eaton) with Ken Allen, Vic Holman and Terry Hewitt.

Nearest the pin: Jim Adams. Longest drive: Kelly Carter.

Dingles Toyota Order of Merit (leaders after four events): Mike Jubb (Sheringham) 24� pts, Ian Ellis (Costessey Park) 19, Gary Potter (Great Yarmouth and Caister) 16�, Oliver Barnes (Dunston Hall) 12, Neil Lythgoe (Royal Norwich) 11�, Jason Groat (Denver) 10.

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