Squeeze and stop in Hampshire as the sudden death decision maker sees Janet Swift and Sue Gale of Weybrook Park book round four in the Daily Mail Foursomes
- Janet Swift and Sue Gale competed for the fourth round of the Daily Mail Foursomes
- It took a sudden death decision maker to defeat Linda Hunt and Norma Kirby of Newbury & Crookham
- The finals of the world’s largest amateur golf event will be held at Slaley Hall
Weybrook Park’s Janet Swift and Sue Gale had to work hard to secure their spot in the fourth round of the Daily Mail Foursomes after a decisive marathon sudden death.
With the wind picking up, it took an extra nail-biting four holes for the best of friends to take the win when Gale lowered a tricky putt downhill to knock out Linda Hunt and Norma Kirby of Newbury & Crookham after the visitors got into trouble .
“It was a bit of a fight,” said Swift, who had never played such a long game. It was nip and tuck all the time. After such a long time, you have to maintain your concentration. ‘
The finals of the world’s largest amateur golf competition will be held this year at Slaley Hall
The Hampshire duo are delighted to take another step closer to the final in the world’s largest amateur golf competition, to be held this year at Slaley Hall in Northumberland.
Swift said, “I enjoy the format. Sue has come a long way and I am fairly stable, so we have a pretty good partnership.
‘We play together a lot both socially and in competitions and we are best friends. It is well.’
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