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Gary & Dean win in Dick's memory

Monday 19th February 2018

Father and son take Winter League round a week after uncle Dick's death
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Red sky in the morning . . .

Tuesday 6th February 2018

The sun rose over a snow-covered course this morning, but after a brief flurry of the white stuff it was soon clear again. The course was closed for a couple of hours but is now open on full greens - and they are green, not white!
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Orlando Golf Trade Show 2018

Wednesday 31st January 2018

Our teaching professional, Stuart Smith, has just been to Florida to have a look around one of the foremost golfing trade shows. Here are his views and observations from the Orlando Golf Trade Show 2018.
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Sutton's Oktoberfest win

The Oktoberfest Stableford on Sunday was won by David Sutton with 40pts. The 13-handicapper finished one point ahead of six-handicap Andrew Horsburgh.
Other scores: 37 Robert Taylor (6); 37 Daniel Franklin (17); 36 Dave Bennett (14), Matt Harben (6), Peter Croker (10), Mike Horley (6) and Mark Tudor (6); 35 Steve Duncan (13); 34 Graham Sloan (13), Craig Estlea (11), Brian How (10), Ray Hamilton (8) and Jonathan Franklin (26); 33 Daryl Breen (5), Jeremy Campbell (13), Ian Farnham (5), Andrew Bloom (11), Steve Steeds (18) and Chris Foulds (20); 32 Doug Stephen (10), Steve Campbell (13), Bryan Muggeridge (7), Roger Smith (9) and Ken Kirwan.
The Senior Section held their annual Texas Scramble and the winning team was Trevor Wignall, Paul Huggins, Jim Fleming and Roy Nicholls with 65-6.6-58.4. Runners-up were Gary Roberts, Tom Langlands, Steve McIlroy and Frank Knight with 70-7-63 with Tony Dinwiddy, Jim Sanford, Frank Dowling and Chris Foulds third with 70-6.6-63.4.
The Seniors scored a fine win away to Gorleston in the second round of the Hodds Salver. Trevor Wignall & Phil Halford and Martin Eeles and Gary Woodhouse both won their matches by three holes while Bob Pearson & Nolan Guthrie won by one. In the bottom match Derek Barton & Gary Goodchild had to give nine strokes and restricted their deficit to two holes so that Thetford won by seven overall. In the next round Thetford will entertain Royal Cromer.  


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