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Hornchurch golfer books Dubai date

PUBLISHED: 08:08 05 September 2014 | UPDATED: 08:08 05 September 2014

Hornchurch's Dave Turff (right) and playing partner Seb Carmichael-Brown have qualified for the Audi Quattro World final in Dubai

Hornchurch's Dave Turff (right) and playing partner Seb Carmichael-Brown have qualified for the Audi Quattro World final in Dubai

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Turff qualifies for Audi Quattro World Final

Hornchurch's Dave Turff (right) has qualified for the Audi Quattro World final in Dubai Hornchurch's Dave Turff (right) has qualified for the Audi Quattro World final in Dubai

Hornchurch’s Dave Turff booked a trip to the prestigious Audi Quattro World final in Dubai in Wiltshire yesterday.

The 52-year-old and playing partner Seb Carmichael-Brown, of Hertfordshire, won the Audi Quattro UK final at Bowood Golf & Country Club near Calne with 42 stableford points and will represent Great Britain at the Jumeirah Golf Estates from December 7-11.

South Ockendon’s Neil Levett, 41, finished seventh with partner Justin Bennett (herts) with 37 points.

Turff had finished fourth in the Essex Audi event at Bentley in June, before teaming up with Carmichael-Brown to win the regional final at Woburn in July.

South Ockendon's Neil Levett (right) finished seventh at the Audi UK final at Woburn South Ockendon's Neil Levett (right) finished seventh at the Audi UK final at Woburn

Levett had finished second in both previous events.

The Audi Quattro Cup, being staged for the 24th year, is the world’s largest amateur golf competition with over 100,000 players from over 50 countries competing for a place in the week-long World final in the Gulf.

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