James Rutherford came second with Kevin Moseley taking third place. Richard Skeggs won the Category 2 prize with Marion Homer picking up the top female slot and 2nd place in the Category 2 and Oliver Florence third in the Category 2.
Robert Witton won the Novice title with Paul Smith a close second.
Nick Sandqvist picked up the aces champion prize with 14 aces across the tournament.
Thanks to all who took part, Ian Russell and the team at Wroxham Barns, Les and Barbara Anderson for their fantastic support and hospitality and also to Marion, Emily and Anna for helping out running the event.
Photos from the prize ceremony including Michael helping to launch a new beer (the 19th Hole) at Wroxham can be found here (courtesy of the KMGC).
Full results from the event can be found here
OVERALL PRIZE FUND FOR THE ENGLISH OPEN:
1st Place - Michael Smith - £100
2nd Place - James Rutherford - £50
3rd Place - Kevin Moseley - £30
Top Cat 2 Player - Richard Skeggs - £30
2nd Cat 2 Player - Marion Homer - £25
3rd Cat 2 Player - Oliver Florence - £20
Top Novice - Robert Witton - £20
Runner Up Novice - Paul Smith - £10
ACES CHAMPION - Nick Sandqvist - £20
Wroxham Barns is one of Norfolk’s most popular visitor attractions offering a range of shopping and crafts, together with activities for younger family members including Junior Farm. There is also a restaurant cafe which uses the best of local produce.
Wroxham Barns is open every day 10am to 5pm (closed 25, 26 December and 1 January) and is 10 miles from Norwich, take A1151 to Wroxham then follow brown and white tourist signs for 1.5miles on the Tunstead Road.
Tel. 01603 783762.
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