Duo set to chase Lombard glory

Brampton Park amateur Keith Bottomley, who lives in Huntingdon, and his club s PGA professional Alasdair Currie are chasing golfing glory in Europe s biggest pro-am competition, the Lombard Trophy. The pair tee off in the regional final on June 21 at King

Brampton Park amateur Keith Bottomley, who lives in Huntingdon, and his club's PGA professional Alasdair Currie are chasing golfing glory in Europe's biggest pro-am competition, the Lombard Trophy.

The pair tee off in the regional final on June 21 at King's Lynn Golf Club, with a luxury five-day trip to Portugal up for grabs if they can beat the competition in the better-ball medal-play.

Bottomley, 35, earned the chance to partner Currie by winning the club qualifying competition with a nett score of 70.

The Lombard Trophy annually attracts more than 100,000 golfers from across Great Britain and Ireland and, with an £80,000 prize fund, is Europe's largest and most prestigious pro-am event.


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