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Cambridgeshire Golf Awards winners. Picture: Kevin Diss Photography (6196771)
Cambridgeshire Golf Awards winners. Picture: Kevin Diss Photography (6196771)

The county’s golfers and greens’ staff have been recognised for their efforts throughout 2018 at the Cambridgeshire Golf Awards.

At Girton Golf Club, the awards, in association with Encompass Safety Solutions for the second year, celebrated the achievements in five categories, plus the judges’ choice award.

The Links Golf Club’s Marcella Tuttle was named the golf volunteer of the year, with Saffron Walden’s Katie Stevens also shortlisted.

Bob Barnes and his team at Cambridge Lakes were winners of the club services team award, ahead of Ian Cambridge and his greens team at Saffron Walden, and Rob Duff and his greens team at St Ives.

David Gamble was winner of the contribution to junior golf award, beating Ely City and Cambs and Hunts Ladies County Golf Association’s Greta Barclay and the junior leadership team of Matt Leach, Henri Tacconi and Keith Taggart at St Ives.

Lakeside Lodge’s Andy Fletcher was named the PGA professional of the year, ahead of Nene Park’s Suzanne Dickens and Girton’s Alan Fletcher, who was the winner of the judges’ choice award.

Rosemary Hay, of The Cambridgeshire Golf Club and Cambs and Hunts Ladies County Golf Association, was winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award.



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