It’s official! Peterborough Milton’s Tiger is Europe’s number one

Exciting Peterborough Milton Golf Club talent Robin Tiger Williams has made a superb start to 2018 and is number one in Europe as a result.

Adam Wales holes in one in Benidorm.

Adam the ace in the pack in Benidorm

Whittlesey golfer Adam Wales was the ace in the pack during a Dogsthorpe society’s trip to the Melia Villaitana complex in Benidorm, Spain, last weekend.

The victorious Peterborough Milton junior team. From the left they are Ellie-Mae Horsted, Euan Herson, Harry Smith, Adam O'Brien, Emily Horsted, Hamish Leeds, Rylan Thomas, Rajeev Rajani, Maliha Mirza, Shivani Karthikeyan and Megan Chandler.

Milton juniors beat their ladies . . . Burghley win the Mark James Trophy

Peterborough Milton juniors retained the Christine Patrick Trophy after winning their annual match against the ladies 4-2.

Pictured at The Woodman charity day cheque handover are  from the left Audrey Scotney, Judy Scotney, Moira Beattie (ladies committee chairperson), Do Bagley, Shirley Nott and Ann Horrell (president Peterborough MCS committee).

It’s another great effort for charity by The Woodman pub

The fifth annual charity golf day organised by The Woodman pub at Thorpe Wood raised £955 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Winners of the President's Invitation Texas Scramble at Greetham were from the left James Ablett, Annie McCulloch, Russell Aust and Roy Blake.

RESULTS ROUND-UP: Slater takes Milton medal honours

There was some fantastic scoring in Peterborough Milton’s October Medal competition.

Robin Tiger Williams.

Young Tiger masters the big occasion with great credit

Robin Tiger Williams has admitted he wants to fulfil a career on tour following his debut appearance in a professional tournament at the British Masters.

Anne Curwen (left)  and Suzanne Dickens  line up their first shot  on the 10th tee during The WPGA Lombard Trophy Final  in Albufeira, Portugal. Picture: Tony Marshall/Getty Images

Nene Park pair second in big final on the Algarve

Nene Park duo Suzanne Dickens and Anne Curwen were runners-up in the big WPGA Lombard Trophy final in Portugal.

Robin Tiger Williams.

BRITISH MASTERS: Tiger fires a first round 71

Robin Tiger Williams shot a one-over-par 71 in the first round of the British Masters today (September 28).

Robin Tiger Williams.

BRITISH MASTERS: Peterborough’s Tiger makes professional debut

Peterborough’s young golfing starlet Robin Tiger Williams will be rubbing shoulders with the world’s best tomorrow when he takes part in the British Masters tournament at the Close House Golf Club in Northumberland.

The Cambs & Hunts County Autumn Foursomes were held at March Golf Club and lady captain Fiona Wood (centre) is pictured presenting the winners' trophy to Cambs & Hunts president Jacquie Richardson and Linda Harness.

Tiger wins a place in England Boys squad

Peterborough Milton’s Robin Tiger Williams is among 10 of the country’s most promising young golfers to have been selected for the England Golf Boys’ Squad for 2017/18.

Stuart Brown.

EAST ANGLIAN OPEN: First round flyer Brown has to settle for fourth place

Top city golfer Stuart Brown finished fourth in the big £7,000 East Anglian Open at The Rayleigh Club in Essex yesterday (September 21).

Suzanne Dickens (left) and Anne Curwen.

PREVIEW: Thorpe Wood pair chasing a dream victory in Portugal

Suzanne Dickens will be hoping to put a recent injury behind her as she prepares to fly out to Portugal for the grand final of the Lombard Trophy.

Simon Richardson with the Champion of Champions Trophy. Picture: Leaderboard Photography

ENGLISH TITLE SUCCESS: Richardson’s final hole birdie is just champion

Spalding Golf Club’s Simon Richardson pulled off an astonishing final-hole birdie to shoot four under par 69 and win the English Men’s County Champion of Champions tournament by a stroke.

Shire Pro-am winner Stuart Brown.

EAST PGA TOUR: Brown wins after birdie blitz

Thorpe Wood professional Stuart Brown picked up his second win of the year on the East PGA circuit this week.

Jade Roberts was presented with the James Berry Trophy by club captain Ian Smith (left) and Richard Berry.

It’s junior joy for Jade and a job well Dunn for new champ Georgina

There was a fitting and very popular winner of the James Berry Trophy at Peterborough Milton last week.

Pictured are Peterborough Milton's two new junior champions, Sanjay Nithiyalingam (left) and Euan Herson (right) with club captain Ian Smith.

Former football professional is the new Milton club champion

Retired footballer Paul Showler is the new club champion at Peterborough Milton.

Mo Farrah after missing out on a gold medal'''''' Picture: Adam Davy

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Dreary and undignified athletes, a muscle-bound slogger, biting the hands that feeds, an heroic referee

Thank goodness that’s over.

Robin Tiger Williams (right) is pictured with the rest of the England Boys team celebrating Home International success.

More international success for the roaring Tiger from Milton

The summer just gets better and better for young Peterborough Milton star Robin Tiger Williams.

The Milton junior team that retained the Cambs Cup. They are from the left, Jacob Williams, Charlie Armitage, Michael Wood, Ben Baker, Adam O'Brien and Kai Raymond.

Milton youngsters are Cambs county cup kings once again

Peterborough Milton’s juniors retained the Cambridgeshire Friendly Cup after a thrilling final against Newmarket at Saffron Walden Golf Club.

Nene Park Ladies club champion Denise Payne (left) and net competition winner Barbara Bird (right) received their trophies from captain Cath Hunt at a presentation evening at The Farmers, Yaxley, which followed the Lady Captain's Day competition.

Local youngsters fare well in English Amateur Championship

Local youngsters Tom Forster and Robin Tiger Williams both made it through to the knockout stages of the big English Amateur Championship at The Berkshire last week.

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