WORLD OF SPORT: It’s still the greatest sporting event of them all

The Ryder Cup lived up to its billing - well in my house anyway - as the greatest sporting event on the planet.

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Stuart Brown.

Brown finishes seventh in East Anglian Open

Stuart Brown finished seventh in the big East Anglian Open at the Rayleigh Club.

The Milton team team that won the Northants Junior League. From the left are Kai Raymond, Ben Baker, Lisa Johnston, Ben Morris, Sanjay Nithiyalingam and Harry Smith.

Jubilation all-round as Milton juniors contest a county final

It was a proud day for Peterborough Milton on Sunday as they hosted an historic all-Milton Northants Junior League final.

Darren Game.

GOLF AWARD: Lincolnshire pro is DEAFintely on the Mark

Lincolnshire PGA professional Darren Game has achieved golf’s first DEAFinitely Inclusive Mark in England.

The Milton team that won the second Northants Junior League semi-final  by beating holders Collingtree Park 3-1. From the left are Sanjay Nithiyalingam, Ben Baker, Kai Raymond and Harry Smith.

Junior joy for Milton’s marvels

It’s been a wonderful week for Peterborough Milton’s thriving junior section.

Spencer and Julie Gooderson. Picture: Leaderboard Photography

Spalding pair are England Golf champions

Lincolnshire couple Spencer and Julie Gooderson became England Golf’s first PING Family Fourball champions yesterday (September 4) at Gainsborough Golf Club.

Nene Park Ladies held a Three-Ball  Alliance competition at Orton Meadows last week which raised over �300 for the lady captains charity, the Stroke Association. Pictured is the winning team with lady captain Jocelyn Faris. From the left are Barbara Bird, Barbara Newell, Jocelyn Faris and Rebecca Core.

Tilly takes top spot in Four Counties Girls Championship

Spalding’s Tilly Garfoot was the net winner of the 2016 Four Counties Girls Championship at Northampton Golf Club on Sunday with a round of 84-16=68.

New Milton ladies club champion Georgina Dunn (left) with lady captain Carol Dunn and runner-up Rachael Fisher (right).

There’s a Tiger on the prowl again at Milton

The Tiger was roaring again at Peterborough Milton last week.

Adam Pike. Picture: Tony Rushmer

GOLF: Monster putt earns Pike his biggest pay-day

Elton-raised golf professional Adam Pike enjoyed the biggest pay-day of his career yesterday (August 9) thanks to holing a monster putt on the final green of the Weston Homes East Herts Fourball Betterball.

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Stuart Brown.

GOLF: Stuart Brown is a Bourn winner

Stuart Brown’s recent run of form continued yesterday (August 3) when he won the Bourn 25th Anniversary Pro-Am.

Stuart Brown played some great golf at The Oxfordshire.

Biggest payday so far for Thorpe Wood pro Brown

Top city golfer Stuart Brown picked up the biggest cheque of his career last week when finishing third in the big £78,000 Titleist & FootJoy PGA Professional Championship at The Oxfordshire.

A total of �1,617 was raised for the charity CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably) when Gedney Hill Golf Club held their joint Captains Day.  Pictured at the event are from the left Charles Britton (owner), Colin Rust (club captain), Colins grand-daughter Tylia and Lynn Exley (lady captain). Tylia had already raised over �600 by doing a parachute jump.

GOLF: Hot Cole is Northants senior champion

Peterborough Milton enjoyed a great deal of success at the Northants Senior Championship at Collingtree Park.

Adam Pike.

Pike picks up a maiden victory and it’s a near-miss for Dickens

Adam Pike of Brampton Park notched his maiden win on the PGA in England (East) schedule in the King’s Lynn Pro-Am.

Rory McIlroy is out of touch.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Rory is a boring, arrogant, flat-track bully

Rory McIlroy should do more golfing and less gobbing off.

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Robin 'Tiger' Williams shows off his great finish in the World Junior Championships.

WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Tiger is among the world’s best

Milton’s Robin ‘Tiger’ Williams delivered the lowest score in the final round of the World Junior Championships in San Diego on his way to a superb third-place finish.

Looking back

LOOKING BACK SPORT: Captain on tee at Peterborough Milton Golf Club 30 years ago

Pictured 30 years ago is Peterborough Milton Golf Club captain Gill Johnstone with his family and club members on Captain’s Day.

American Junior Golf Association boys champion  Robin Williams (left) with girls winner Kanyanat Saithip of

Tiger roars to two more big victories in America

Outstanding Peterborough Milton member Robin ‘Tiger’ Williams has won another two big tournaments in America in thrilling style.

Adam Pike.

Third man Pike takes a £600 catch

Former Elton Furze star Adam Pike fired a superb round in last week’s Weston Homes East Region Championship to take third place and earn himself a £600 prize.

Jade Roberts.

Rising star Roberts in great form

Peterborough Milton’s thriving junior set-up have turned in some fantastic results over the last couple of weeks.

Dominic Ralfs.

Hibbert keeps club championship

Jamie Hibbert turned in two steady rounds of golf to retain his Elton Furze club championship crown.

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