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It was a good day for Andrew Forgan and his son Sam at the Suffolk Winter Alliance meeting at Hintlesham, played in chilly conditions.
Framlingham College retained the Dick Watson Trophy at Aldeburgh. They won the final by five holes against Bradfield.
Jo Woodward and Amanda Norman of Felixstowe Ferry won the Haskell Cup with a 6 and 5 victory over Abbie Symonds and Helen Bray in the final at Haverhill.
Yorkshire are well on their way to a showdown with Gloucestershire to decide the England Women’s County Championship at Felixstowe Ferry, writes Tony Garnett.
Suffolk Ladies found the going tough against Gloucestershire on the opening day of the England Women’s County Finals at Felixstowe Ferry today, writes Tony Garnett.
Bury St Edmunds retained the Hambro Cup with an 11-hole victory over Gorleston in the final at a windy Rookery Park, writes Tony Garnett.
Volkswagen has motored to a milestone production anniversary by building its 150-millionth vehicle since the brand was founded.
There will be an invasion of Bury St Edmunds golfers and supporters at Rookery Park on September 10.
Five-handicap Mel Pipe set a new course record off the Felixstowe Ferry black tees of five under par 67 in his second round in the Coronation Cup.
Jonathan Hewett was Clacton Golf Club junior champion in 2012 and club champion in 2013 and 2015. He joined the club as a junior at the age of 11.
Alfie Halil became the first 16-year-old winner of the Faraday Trophy as Suffolk Open champion since Paul Buckle of Stowmarket 36 years ago.
It was a thriller at Bury St Edmunds where the home team beat Ipswich at the first play-off hole in their Stenson Shield quarter-final.
Suffolk PGA, the inaugural winners of the PGA England and Wales inter-county Championship, will look to kick-start their bid to reclaim the title they won four years ago at the East qualifying event taking place at Bush Hill Park on Tuesday.
Newton Green won the Suffolk Junior Team Championship for the third successive year by one Stableford point in a dramatic final against Ipswich at Bury St Edmunds.
Students from County Upper School in Bury St Edmunds have earned an exciting sporting experience watching the world’s best golfers at The Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Habebul Islam, who was 16 in April, won the scratch prize and the Silver Barrel (handicap) at Ipswich Golf Club on Sunday with rounds of 67 and 72.
Seventeen-year-old Louis Martin became the youngest ever winner of the President’s Mashie, the Suffolk Golf Union match play championship played at Diss on Saturday and Sunday.
Suffolk Ladies face perhaps their toughest test of East County Week when they face Essex at Hunstanton on Monday in their opening match.
Golf writer Tony Garnett reflects on a fantastic Spring for the sport in Suffolk, capped with the county seniors’ win over Anglian rivals Norfolk at Halesworth.
There’s a very warm welcome at Fynn Valley. They have a national award to prove it.