Four in a row for golf ace

Nathan Cook.
Nathan Cook.

In-form Nathan Cook has just recorded his fourth consecutive golf tournament win.

The 24-year-old Bostonian is curently half way through his three-year PGA Foundation Degree.

And because he is attached to the Dibden Golf Centre, situated in the New Forest, while he completes his qualifications, that entitles him to compete in the Hampshire Professional Golf Alliance, a Winter series open to pros, assistants and the top players in that county.

Nathan shot two-below-par at Hockley Golf Club to make it three wins in a row in the hard-fought competition.

And he also won the Hampshire Alliance Assistants Merit of Order for the 2014 season after victory in an assistants’ competition last month.

“I’m really happy, things are going well for me at the moment,” said Nathan.

The Hants Professional Alliance has seen Nathan compete against former Ryder Cup player Steven Richardson.

He now plans to test himself further this summer by competing in tournaments across the south of England.

Sport obviously runs in the family as Nathan is the son of Boston United’s all-time leading scorer Chris Cook.

Despite dreaming of becoming a footballer as a youngster, and spending time with Lincoln City’s youth set-up, he ended up getting the bug for golf.

“I took up golf when I was 16, so pretty late really,” Nathan added. “But I just fell in love with it straight away.”

Nathan is also looking for support to help him fulfil his golfing ambitions.

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