66 pro tour reaches climax at Prince's Golf Club

The 66 pro tour reached its conclusion at Prince's Golf Club in Sandwich, Kent, and Daniel Brooks of Mill Hill emerged victorious courtesy of a seven under-par 65.

Daniel Brooks

The 66 Pro Tour has reached its conclusion at Prince's Golf Club (opens in new tab) in Sandwich, Kent, and Daniel Brooks of Mill Hill emerged victorious courtesy of a seven under-par 65.

Brooks took the £3,000 winner's cheque and a prize from new clothing brand Ukko. Meanwhile, Francis McGuirk, the local favourite, shot a superb 66. 

A high quality field made the most of the unusually benign conditions, which saw over 25 players break par.

The 66 Pro Tour (opens in new tab) is now an established arena for aspiring and experienced players, which offers high quality events with good prize money, staged at some of England's finest venues.

Players who supported the tour this year included Ronan Rafferty, Gary Emerson, Zane Scotland, Paul Way and Raymond Russell. 

Next year will see the tour expand into more areas with its exciting one day format.

Full details including the schedule, results and online entry form are available on 66protour.com (opens in new tab)

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