FORMER Yorkshire county player Jonathan Thomson birdied the last two holes at Qualifying School Final Stage in Tarragona, Spain, to win his playing card for the European Tour for 2018. Rotherham’s Thomson finished with a final round of 69 at Lumine having previously shot 67 72 68 67 71 in a marathon test of nerve and skill. It was good enough for a tie for 18th place as the top 25 plus ties – 33 players in all – claimed playing privileges on the European Tour.
FORMER Yorkshire captain Roger Mitchell did not know he would be taking a step back in time when he accepted a late invitation to play in a Texas Scramble event at his home club Keighley. But at the eighth hole he recorded a hole in one – 55 years after he had scored the first ace of an illustrious career that saw him play 169 times for the county.
YORKSHIRE made themselves favourites to capture the English Senior Men’s County Championship for the first time with a second successive win at Goswick, in Northumberland. They defied the extremely challenging weather to defeat Gloucestershire 6.5-2.5 while in the day’s other match Sussex beat Warwickshire by the same margin. The results mean Yorkshire will take the title on Thursday if they win or halve against final-day opponents Warwickshire, who have one win from two, as do Sussex.
So many unaware that young people can suffer with cardiac problems, not just the middle-aged elderly.
I hope that next week's @cry_uk awareness week will bring the plight to more people's attention and earn their support.
Have a feeling we'll be seeing that caption - 'Marsh for the win' - and that conclusion many times over the coming years.
@NickMarshgolf one of many talented Yorkshire golfers on the scene. https://t.co/QUqpZi3flv
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