Wilby's on top at Fynn Valley

GOLF: Paul Wilby shot a four under par 66 to win the latest of the series of Fynn Valley Pro-Ams.The home professional had six birdies and two bogeys in his round on his home course with four of the birdies coming in the last five holes.

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PAUL Wilby shot a four under par 66 to win the latest of the series of Fynn Valley Pro-Ams.

The home professional had six birdies and two bogeys in his round on his home course with four of the birdies coming in the last five holes.

Wilby won the professionals' prize by one shot from Clacton's Jason Levermore with Alex Lucas (Fynn Valley) a further shot behind.


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The next Pro-Am at Fynn Valley will be held in February although, depending on the weather, there could be one in January.

Results

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Professionals: 66-Paul Wilby (Fynn Valley). 67-Jason Levermore (Clacton). 68-Alex Lucas (Fynn Valley). 70-Robin Mann (Ufford Park) and Simon Harrison (Halesworth).

Team event: Kevin Earp (Bury Driving Range), N Anderson, P Bailey, N Debbyn (13 under) on countback from Alex Lucas, M Etheridge, K Keeble, N Denny. Robin Mann, T Quinton, D Fairs, I Phillips (10 under), Paul Wilby, G Davies, D Hamilton, J Hughes (9 under).

WILBY, Lucas and Simon Dainty, three of the professionals attached to Fynn Valley held a sponsors' day, and home player Tom Burman completed a double by coming out on top in the individual Stableford and was also a member of the winning team.

Results

Stableford: Tom Burman (Fynn Valley) 42 pts, Keith Keeble (Waldringfield) 40 on countback from Geoff Holmes (Waldringfield).

Team prizes: S Dainty, T Burman, A Pears, B Lorkin 91 pts. K Keeble, K Osborne, R Claydon, K Minter 88, A Lucas, G Holmes, R Hall, S Ayles 86.

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