Super Sunday score earns Brendan the club championship

Pictured are some of the ladies who took part in Ann Hawkins' Lady Captain's Day at Nene Park Golf Club and who attended a presentation dinner at The Farmers in Yaxley in the evening. Prizes for the day's competition were awarded and trophies that had been won by ladies during the first seven  months of the year were also presented.  A raffle was held in aid of Breast Cancer Now, the captain's charity for the year,  and this raised  �175. During the day club professional Suzanne Dickens challenged all to try and beat her tee shot on the  14th hole and this was achieved by two ladies, Myra  Landsburgh and Vanessa Morris.
Pictured are some of the ladies who took part in Ann Hawkins' Lady Captain's Day at Nene Park Golf Club and who attended a presentation dinner at The Farmers in Yaxley in the evening. Prizes for the day's competition were awarded and trophies that had been won by ladies during the first seven months of the year were also presented. A raffle was held in aid of Breast Cancer Now, the captain's charity for the year, and this raised �175. During the day club professional Suzanne Dickens challenged all to try and beat her tee shot on the 14th hole and this was achieved by two ladies, Myra Landsburgh and Vanessa Morris.
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Brendan Greville is the new club champion at Thorney Lakes.

The four-handicapper owed his title success to a sparkling second round of 73 on Sunday. On Saturday he fired an 83 giving him a 36-hole total of 156.

Pete Corley also finished on 156 with rounds of 76 and 80 but was beaten on countback.

A shot behind in third place with scores of 82 and 75 was Rob Drewery and he finished with the top net of 137.

EAST PGA

Thorpe Wood professional Stuart Brown finished sixth in the Saffron Walden Golf Club Charity Pro-Am on the East PGA circuit.

He scored a one under par 71 - two shots off top spot - to collect a cheque for £268.

HOLE-IN-ONE

Kevin Peck (54) has become the latest local golfer to hit a hole-in-one.

The 13 handicapper picked up his ace at the 153-yard par three 14th at Nene Park.

GREETHAM VALLEY

Greetham Valley’s outstanding junior captain Ellie Haughton was in superb form once again at the weekend.

A week after being crowned Lincs Under 21 champion, the young superstar won the club’s Moore Stephens Trophy with a round of 82-13=69.

Ellie’s handicap has come down 31 shots in the last 12 months. She has now been cut to 11. Mum Liz Haughton was cut to five after taking third place with 78-6=72.

In the same competition Heather Morgan, playing off 11, had a hole-in-one on the sixth with a five-iron.