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Suffolk raider Cotton wins Yarmouth and Caister golf honours

PUBLISHED: 15:04 05 April 2012

Gt Yarmouth & Caister GC

For the second time this year a Suffolk raider won the professional event and it was Andy Cotton (Ufford Park) taking the honours with a two under 68.

A shot back was Lee Patterson (Royal Cromer) who took maximum Order of Merit points with his 69 holding off Ian Ellis (Costessey Park) and Tony Varney (Bawburgh). For the second competition running Ian Ellis led in the winning team and again he was partnered by Dean Ashton and on this occasion supported by Brad & Mitch Smith. Their score of 121 was 19 under par and four shots ahead of Andy Cotton’s team.

Results: Longest drive: George Bradfield and Nearest the pin Les Collins. Team: 1st 121 Ian Ellis 125 Andy Cotton with Robert Setchell, Steve Bullent & Mark Taylor. 129 Tom Robinson (Middlesex PGA) with Gary Robinson, Tarro Skipper & Carl Jones. Best Trainee: Matthew Gardner (Barnham Broom). Professionals: 1st 68 Andy Cotton, 69 Lee Patterson, 70 Ian Ellis & Tony Varney and 72 Matthew Gardner & Neil Lythgoe.

Order of Merit (After 3 Events): Ian Ellis (Costessey Park) 27, Tony Varney (Bawburgh)15½, Neil Lythgoe (Royal Norwich) 14, Lee Patterson (Royal Cromer) 11½ .

Match Play Knock out first round matches: Mark Allen (Eaton) v Olly Barnes (Dunston), Gary Potter (Yarmouth) v Steven Chick (Dunston), Mike Jubb (Sheringham) v Joe Lambert (Sheringham), Alan Hemsley (Barnham Broom) v Jason Groat (Denver), Richard Gayton (Kings Lynn) v Mike Timson (Kings Lynn) & Mat Gardner (Barnham Broom) v Neil Lythgoe (Royal Norwich). All matches to be played by May 31.


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