Norfolk PGA Order of Merit battle heading for exciting conclusion
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Chase Davis made light of a strong northerly wind to win the PGA Norfolk Pro Am at King's Lynn in impressive style.
The Marriott Sprowston Manor professional recorded an eagle and four bogeys on his way at an excellent 68 that was two better than his closest challenger Nic Cains of Swaffham.
Royal Cromer's Lee Patterson shared third place with Ufford Park's Andy Cotton after signing for a 73.
Cains now leads the way in the Order of Merit battle on 65 points with just two events to go, but Davis (61) and defending champion Great Yarmouth & Caister's Ian Ellis (59) are breathing down his neck and it promises to be an exciting finale.
Teams: 126 Will Farley with Steve Howe, Joe Byrne and Tom Byrne; 131 Ian Ellis with Dean Ashton, Mervyn King and Colin Norris; 132 Chase Davis with Aaron Stuttard, Mat King and John Hinton.
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