Bumper entry for Junior Open at Stoke
THE annual Stoke by Nayland Junior Open goes from strength to strength. It was planned to impose a limit of 120 players but there will be more than 140 in the field on March 31.
THE annual Stoke by Nayland Junior Open goes from strength to strength.
It was planned to impose a limit of 120 players but there will be more than 140 in the field on March 31.
For the first time there will be an under-21 section which means that Michael Swan, off a handicap of plus two, can take part having won the junior title last year. Swan is in the English Golf Union under-21 squad but cannot expect matters all his own way.
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Liam Brace is off plus one and the left-handed Owen Pearl is now scratch.
There are not many girls in the field but it could be a keen tussle between Heidi Baek of Felixstowe and Korell Holley of Stowmarket, who both played for the Suffolk county first team last year.
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Play starts at 7.30am with the second round under way at 12.45. Both the Gainsborough and Constable courses will be in use.