Howarth has the know-how

Macclesfield Express - - MOTORS - GOLF GE­OFF GAR­NETT

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

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