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Harvey crowned Abbey Hill champion at first time of asking
September 11, 2012

Bryan Harvey claimed victory in his first ever Club Championship at Abbey Hill Golf Centre, winning by just a single shot in a closely fought contest.

Harvey, who plays off a handicap of just six, was playing in his first championship having only started playing at the public pay-and-play centre this after emigrating from South Africa.

His total of four-over-par for the 36-hole event was enough to win by just a single shot from second-placed Mark Evans.

Ian Dearn, playing off a handicap of eight, shot a net 132, to lift the Reg Coates Trophy, awarded to the lowest net score for the two rounds.

More than 60 golfers competed in the event played over the par-71 Main Course at Abbey Hill - part of BGL Golf, the UK's leading golf course owner and operator. With undulating terrain, mature trees, greens that run fast and true and with lush, manicured fairways, the Main Course is a fun test for golfers of all abilities

Gordon Forster, Abbey Hill Golf Centre General Manager, said: "There are some outstanding golfers playing at Abbey Hill so there was a feeling it was going to be a close run Club Championship, and those involved did not disappoint with some great golf played over the two-days."

For further details on Abbey Hill Golf Centre visit www.abbeyhillgc.co.uk







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