Alfie Halil makes history as he wins Suffolk Open golf title at just 16 From left: Leading professional and Suffolk Open runner up Bradley Wilkins (Bramford Golf Centre) with SGU president Colin Firmin and 16 year old Alfie Halil who won the Faraday Trophy and the Chris Easterbrook Trophy as leading amateur at Rookery Park on Sunday.
Picture: TONY GARNETT He beat Bramford Golf Centre professional, Brad Wilkins, by one shot at Rookery Park coach outlet coupons z gallerie on Sunday. In the afternoon, as Bearman fell away, Halil, starting at the 10th, was four under par for the tournament with three holes to play. He dropped a shot at the eighth and three putted the par three ninth in a nervous finish. Playing partner Danny Western of Gorleston said: "He was like a robot. He played ever so well." Halil, a key member of Suffolk's under 16 and under 18 boys' teams, is coached by Paul Kent at Flempton and Laurence Dodd at Culford. He has left school and will be concentrating on his golf for the next two years. Wilkins, with four shots to make up on Halil, made a brave bid. A seven late in his opening round was costly as were several missed putts. In many cases the damage was done in the first round. Third placed Luke Thompson was six shots behind Halil at lunch. His second round of 69 was not enough. The only other player to beat par in the afternoon was Calvin Sherwood of Rookery Park but his 77 in the morning had left him with an almost impossible task. Suffolk amateur champion James Biggs of Diss was fourth with one over par 145. The holder, Sam Debenham of Hintlesham, had 76 and 78. Suffolk boys coach outlet coupons 8 o'clock have enjoyed great success this year with Louis Martin (Haverhill), not involved at Rookery Park, winning the President's Mashie and George Fricker (Ufford Park) winning England Schools' caps. Fricker started with an eight on his opening hole of the day, the 10th, when he had an unplayable lie in trees on the right off the tee. Josh Driver of Diss played a wrong ball from rough in his second round that cost a nine. Suffolk Golf Union president Colin Firman expressed disappointment with such a small field and urged players to make an effort to support the event in 2018. 143: B Wilkins (Bramford Golf Centre) 73 70. 144: L Thompson (Rookery Park) 75 69. 145: J Biggs (Diss) 73 72. 147: C Sherwood (Rookery Park) 77 70, D Western (Gorleston) 74 73, Jack Cardy (Hintlesham) 72 75, S Bearman (Newton Green) 68 79. 148: C Bartrum (Diss) 74 74.151: A Hall (Halesworth) 79 72, N Mitchell (Ipswich Golf Range) 74 77, S Byford (Ipswich) 74 77, A Meredith (Hintlesham) 73 78, J Forgan (Stowmarket) 72 79. 152: J Jones (Hintlesham) 75 77.
154: W Farley (Rushmere) 78 76, S Debenham (Hintlesham) 76 78, R Oakey (Newton Green) 74 80. 155: coach outlet stores seattle P Westley (Hintlesham) 75 80. 156: Joe Cardy (Hintlesham) 80 76, G Fricker (Ufford Park) 79 77, C Downing coach outlet factory online us (Rookery Park) 78 78, M Gee (Bury St Edmunds) 77 79, J Seeley (Newton Green) 77 79, J Tyler (Ipswich) 75 81.
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