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Ferndown golf Club take 3rd place in the Annodata Classic Final in Spain. They narrowly lost their semi-final 3-2 to the eventual winners of the competition, The Links, Newmarket.
They then played the 3rd and 4th place play off and were were victorious against The Lambourne GC, winning 3.5- .1.5.
Congratulations to Alice Webb (Parkstone GC) and Lauren Purchase (Dudsbury GC), who both qualified for the final of the Junior European Open. The top two boys and girls from all Regional finals win the trip to the week-long Champions Final in Spain at the end of November.
This year it was at Alcaidisa Links Resort, Cadiz, Spain.
Alice and Lauren made the cut through to the final round and Alice improved in her last two rounds to finish tenth and Lauren who had started strongly found the wind a problem and finished 19th.