As the sun set at the end of another fantastic couple of days at Aldeburgh Keith Morris (Camberley Heath) led the large field of over 120 players in claiming the Gold Medal with scores of 74+73. One shot behind was Roger Taylor from the home club with 75+73 with the Bronze medal being claimed by Richard Partridge ( Wilderness GC ) with 78+71. His 71 being the lowest score of the event. Chris Reynolds claimed the Masters Prize with 156 with Michael Slattery winning the Super Seniors on countback from Nigel Lawrence both on 152. Ian Richardson won the seniors prize with 151 and Martin Cooper (Reigate Hill) took the Handicap prize with 142 courtesy of a superb nett 67 in his second round. The scoring this year was of the highest standard as seen by the CSS only moving up 1 on Day 1 and not at all on Day 2. Aldeburgh is undoubtably one of our favourite venues with the course being one of the toughest but fairest Par 68s in the country, along with the excellent hospitality and warm welcome we receive I am delighted to confirm that we shall again be returning in 2020.