Tiffany Mills from Ryston Park claimed victory at the 2024 Norfolk Ladies’ County Golf Championship held at Eaton Golf Club.

In a fantastic match of exciting golf and birdies galore, Tiffany claimed the title after a close battle with Harriet Allsebrook from Hunstanton.

The first nine holes were neck and neck, and the pair headed to the back nine all square. This continued for the next few holes until Mills sank a 25ft putt on the 15th to halve the hole. That seemed to give her the momentum she was looking for and pulled away to win the next two holes, claiming the match and Championship on the 17th hole, 2 and 1.

“It’s a dream come true to have won this tournament as I've been runner-up twice and entering for 14 years. I owe everything to my friend and caddy Ann Fletcher”.

Monday it will be back to work for Tiffany, the greenkeeper at Ryston Park Golf Club. Her next major competition will be the Critchley Salver Open at Sunningdale Golf Club, which takes place next week.

Championship format and winners

The Norfolk Ladies’ County Golf Championship was played over three glorious days of back-to-back sunshine, with a field of 26 players ranging from handicaps of +1.6 – 14.

The first day was a 36-hole stroke play, andthe best 16 gross scores went through to the match-play knockout on the Saturday and Sunday.

In the semi-finals, Allsebrook beat Leeder 2 and 1, whilst Mills beat Herd 1-up.

The winner of both the Lady Betty Trafford Cup (individual 36-hole scratch prize) and Hannaford Cup (individual 36-hole handicap prize) was Harriet Allsebrook. She scored an impressive gross 145 and nett 147.

The Team Trophy went to Jill Gooch, Doris Thomas and Christine Frazer of Bawburgh.

Carol Delf, President of the Norfolk Ladies’ County Golf Association, brought the Championship to a close by thanking Eaton Golf Club for being an excellent host with special thanks to the greenkeepers for the fantastic condition of the course and to Kay Bailey, Lady Captain, and her ladies for all their support.

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