BY DANNY LOCKWOOD You’ve got to love it when a plan comes together. And so far, Wakefield golfer Dan Bradbury is a man with a plan that’s going just sweetly, thank you very much. The former Yorkshire Boys captain is home for the summer, after a record-breaking four-year stint at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. Record breaking? Dan didn’t just re-write the Railsplitters’ record books (all US colleges have nicknames) – he tore them to shreds and made them start again.
BY CHRIS STRATFORD Captain Maggie Katz ended Northern Counties Match Week exhausted but elated as Yorkshire produced a clean sweep at Alnmouth to retain their title.
The effort put into the squad's preparations bore maximum dividends as all five of their opponents were beaten, Lancashire, Northumberland and Cumbria all 6-3, Cheshire 6.5-2.5 and Durham 7.5-1.5.
“All the work that we did in the winter, when we concentrated on chipping and putting, and the work we did on foursom
BY CHRIS STRATFORD Moortown's Robert Treweek had not played Doncaster for 35 years when he headed there for the 2021 Yorkshire Seniors' championship, but he left it the same way as he had before – as a winner.
Treweek came from four shots back of first-round leader Gary Catt (Richmond) to win by one shot from Garforth's Andy King, while Catt slipped to fourth behind Alan Wright, of Ganstead Park.
On his previous and only other visit to the South Yorkshire course Treweek won t
Joe Dean promised himself “a few beverages” when he got home after landing the biggest win of his fledgling professional career on the EuroPro Tour. Dean bagged the £12,500 winners cheque at the GLAL.UK Worcestershire Masters at The Vale Golf and Country Club by three shots for his first victory on the PGA EuroPro Tour. The 2015 Amateur champion and England international, went into the day with a share of the lead at -9 and sealed the deal with a faultless last round of 66 (-
If a winning attitude is key to sporting success, then it’s no wonder that the competitive fires are still burning brightly in new Yorkshire Ladies Senior Champion and former Olympian Bet Sworowski. Fresh off beating her Wakefield clubmate Heather Butcher 3&2 in the County Ladies’ final at Oakdale, it was off to Market Rasen for a gruelling week of tournament golf seeking the national title for the 61-year-old. Two days of strokeplay qualifying in which Bet finished second in