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It's quite an achievement to be playing your favourite sport for eight decades and even more of a feat to do so with the same club.
Geoffrey Crosskill joined Eaton Golf Club in Norwich five years before the Second World War. He was twelve at the time, but Geoffrey is still going strong well into his nineties.
The course was barely twenty years old when he struck his first tee shot. He was introduced to golf by his dad Alec, a former club captain and his first trophy, as a junior, came five years later.
ITV News Anglia's Sport Correspondent Donovan Blake went to meet him and you can see his report by clicking below
A golfer from Norwich is celebrating 80 years as a member of his local club.
Geoffrey Crosskill joined Eaton Golf Club in 1934 when he was 12 years old. Now, at the age of 92, he's still a regular on the 9 hole course.
Following Europe's recent success in the Solheim Cup, women golfers from across the continent have been competing in Suffolk this week.
Stoke-by-Nayland Golf Club has been the venue for the Womens' Professional Golf Association International Challenge event.
The 54-hole tournament concludes today, Saturday 28th September, and is free to spectators.
Teenage golfer Charley Hull from near Kettering in Northamptonshire will have at least another half a day to prepare for her Solheim Cup debut in America. The event is the women's equivalent of the Ryder Cup.
17-year-old Charley lined up with the European team facing the USA at Friday morning's opening ceremony but isn't taking part in the first session of play.
She's the youngest player in the history of the competition.