Howarth has the know-how
THE world’s leading professional training system is now available for local golfers to use at Davenport Golf Club.
Scott Howarth Golf has invested in Trackman Ille, a radar and video analysis system used by PGA Tour professionals, the R&A and the USGA.
The investment has been made with leading local pro Scott Howarth, the only one in the region certified to use the Trackman system.
It means that club golfers will be able to measure and display the full trajectory of any shot they make, with state-of-the-art analysis on swing and ball flight and working with Scott to improve their game.
Davenport professional Tony Stevens said: “This is a modern, progressive club with a strong teaching academy and we’re delighted to work with Scott to provide what is arguably the best coaching facility around.”
Scott added: “This is great news for golfers in the area, it will enable us to help each individual to get the best out of their game.
“I’m delighted to bring it to the club.”
For more information contact Scott on 07769 271984 or visit www.scotthowarthgolf.com
The Scratch Aggregate at Davenport was won by Mark Kilpatrick with a 36-hole total of 149 from Chris Banfield (151) and Liam Campbell (154).
A Davenport junior medal was taken by Alex Wadd with 68.
The Hornby Trophy at Shrigley Hall was led in by Jez Hancock with 67 from Neil Worthington and Tony Luck (68).
Macclesfield’s men played for the WM Edge Trophy and Pete Lloyd took top spot with 42, from Bill Hopper and Paul Carroll (both 41).
Macc ladies were in Stableford mode and Marlene Connor was top of the shop with 38 points from Jill Higgins (37) and Sue Orwin (35).
The Mottram Classic produced a tight finish with Daine Johnson in top spot with 69, one fewer than Shok Mirza, Colin Carter and Frank Stretton.
Donald Campbell was the proud winner of the President’s Day at Prestbury with his 67 seeing him home by two shots from Marcus Barrow, Eugene Smith and Michael Perry.
There are some places available in the Styal Junior Open on Monday August 18 (age limit under 18 on January 1). Handicap limits are 28 for boys, 36 for girls.
To book your slot go to the website at styalgolfjuniors.com
●● Scott Howarth with the Trackman system