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WILTSHIRE star David Howell celebrated reaching the end of a "long, long road from the depths of despair" after claiming his first European Tour title in seven years by beating American Peter Uihlein in a sudden-death play-off at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
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BOWOOD pro Nick Brennan admitted Great Britain & Ireland felt like they had snatched victory despite the United States retaining the PGA Cup on a dramatic final day at De Vere Slaley Hall in Northumberland today.
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WILTSHIRE amateur Jordan Smith suffered his second singles defeat in two days as the United States regained the Walker Cup on Long Island on Sunday with a ruthless performance that left Great Britain and Ireland with little chance.
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DERRY Hill ace Jordan Smith is hoping that he is on the way to following in the footsteps of some of Great Britain and Ireland’s top stars as he jets out to America to compete in the Walker Cup yesterday.
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DERRY Hill youngster Jordan Smith reckons a three-day vow of silence was a small price to pay for his historic place in Great Britain & Ireland’s Walker Cup team for next month’s match against the United States.
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MARLBOROUGH'S newly-crowned English Boys champion Ben Amor is among three new caps named in the England team that will defend the Boys Home Internationals at Forest Pines, Lincolnshire, next week (August 6-8).
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LIAM Bond, the 42-year-old Marriott St Pierre-based Lancastrian, made it back-to-back victories by hanging on to take the Microsoft Services Masters at Bowood after winning the Total Triumph Classic at Oake Manor.
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LIAM Bond (Marriott St Pierre Hotel) made up for the disappointment missing the cut in the Scottish Hydro Challenge Tour event at Aviemore last week by taking the halfway lead in the Microsoft Masters at Bowood Golf & Country Club yesterday.
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WILTSHIRE bounced back from the disappointment of failing to qualifying to defend their national county final by continuing to set the pace at the inter-county team matchplay championship at South West Week yesterday.
Your Say Your Gazette
I remember in the old days, back in the 1940s and 1950s, if you needed to see a doctor you pottered round to his house during surgery hours and sat in the waiting room. This was usually a small room with hard, upright chairs, cold and invariably cloaked in cigarette smoke. It paid to arrive early since patients were seen on a first-come, first-served basis. There might just have been a couple of people to see the doctor or there may have been a roomful. The main thing is that everybody was seen. − Robert MacMillan, MarlboroughBig fines for no-shows »
In her weekly column before Christmas (December 19, 2013) Devizes Constituency MP, Claire Perry, told us she had concerns about food banks and was going “to be quietly working” in the Devizes bank in the Christmas week to check up on them. She wrote that she could not understand why their use was growing so fast “at a time when the economy is recovering sharply...”. − Tony Millett, MarlboroughMP feedback sought »
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