Ralph Brindle won the second Accountancy Age Masters 1998 regional qualifier at Great Barr Golf Club, near Birmingham on 25 June. Other qualifiers in the Stableford competition to go through to the national final in October are David Askew of Martineau Johnson (2nd); Kevin Witts of Lunn Poly Ltd (3rd), Guys Phillips of Michael Page Finance (4th), who also won the longest drive; and Andrew Kass of Coating & Finishing Services (5th). Wyn Bassett of Axa Provincial Insurance won nearest the pin. The regional qualifier held at Mottram Hall Golf Club on 29 June was won by Alan Tomlinson. The other qualifiers were Stewart Robertson (2nd) of GT Martin & Sons; Michael Roff (3rd); David Madeley of Redman Jones & Partners (4th) who also won the longest drive; and Paul Fleming of Parkin S Booth & Co (5th). Neil Moreland won nearest the pin.
Please note: Last week we incorrectly reported that Ashley Harrison had qualified for the national final. It was, in fact, David Marsh of Marshfield Ltd. Apologies to both players. Full results
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