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Golfers' successful month

PUBLISHED: 12:08 11 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:08 03 July 2010

Yarmouth and Caister Golf Club were given the most difficult of all draws in the first round of the Myhill County Cup against last year's winners Royal Cromer.

Yarmouth and Caister Golf Club were given the most difficult of all draws in the first round of the Myhill County Cup against last year's winners Royal Cromer.

However, county champion Simon Clarke's team however pulled off the shock of the round with a win. That Caister had also called up the services of young junior Alex Fellas at the last moment showed what a great team effort it was.

Little Shaker stood up to the challenge as the team fought back from a nine-shot deficit to force a sudden death play off. Clarke and Boon held their nerve to secure a great win at the first extra hole.

The Culling Cup team also secured a great victory, crushing their opponents from the Eagles Golf Club.

Individual and team competitions played included the Artisans trophy which is a pairs event and was won by Tim Barber and Kevin Twose. The Peck Salver medal was won by Steve Curtis with a net medal score of 65, beating Terry Norman who shot a nett 66 off of a handicap of five. Third place went to Martin Grimmer with a nett 67. The Chic Sayer Trophy saw Alex Fellas winning the stableford event with 34 points from J Reeve with 32 and W Collins 31.

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