Mottram lift for next gen­er­a­tion

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GE­OFF GAR­NETT

MOTTRAM Hall Golf Club is lead­ing the drive to find the next gen­er­a­tion of stars af­ter an­nounc­ing free mem­ber­ships for ju­niors as part of the new QFair­way club – the coun­try’s most flex­i­ble golf membership.

Pro­vid­ing ac­cess to 15 cour­ses across Eng­land and Scot­land, the ground­break­ing ini­tia­tive from QHo­tels is of­fer­ing a wide ar­ray of benefits to young­sters ea­ger to fol­low the ex­am­ple of World Num­ber One Rory McIl­roy and be­come a Ma­jor Cham­pion.

Mottram Hall will also present each young­ster with a com­pli­men­tary seven-iron when they join skills.

Jonny Chaisty, Mottram Hall’s Direc­tor of Golf, said: “Ju­niors are the lifeblood of the game and it’s vi­tal for the long-tterm fu­ture of golf that they are given the best chance to play and de­velop.

“It’s our aim at QHo­tels to en­cour­age as many peo­ple as pos­si­ble to play what­ever their age and the new QFair­way Club of­fers a great op­por­tu­nity for all golfers to en­joy their game.

“To find out more visit the web­site www.QHo­tels. co.uk/Qfair­way or call me on 01625 822 153.”

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Mottram’s men played round one of the Chal­lenge medal and Gra­ham Webb was a clear win­ner with his nett 70 see­ing him three shots clear of Peter Smith and Lawrence Dews.

Macclesfield ladies played an EWGA medal for the Um­bro Cup in blus­tery con­di­tions but Jill Hig­gins was on fire as she posted a su­per 66 to fin­ish ahead of Sue Or­win 71 and Aly­cia Sut­ton 74.

The lo­cal East Cheshire B League clash be­tween the ladies of Macc and Alder­ley Edge ended locked at 3.5 apiece but the Macc Plate team had a great 4.5-2.5 home win over Dun­ham For­est.

Monthly Stable­ford ac­tion at Shrigley Hall had Mark Field­ing on top with 40 points from Jack Gaskell 39 and An­drew Ker­shaw 38.

Prest­bury’s men played a medal as the PGA Na­tional Pro Am qual­i­fier and Tom Kirk was the main man with 70, two shots less than the Cap­tain.

The draws have been made for the Manch­ester Al­liance In­ter Club Knock Outs and in the blue riband Dun­ham For­est Tro­phy com­pe­ti­tion hold­ers Bramhall kept on track to re­tain their ti­tle with a win at Daven­port.

They now have a juicy derby tie at Bra­mall Park as they look to reach the last 16.

Also through to the last 64 are Tyther­ing­ton who reached the fi­nal last year for the first time and they have a tough trip to Warrington.

The Tyther­ing­ton team will be led by their pro­fes­sional Nick Holmes.

In the City Glass Men’s Four­somes the draw for our lo­cal teams is: Macclesfield v Hay­dock Park; Wors­ley v Tyther­ing­ton and Styal v Chapel en le Frith.

●● The suc­cess­ful Macclesfield Town Ladies Un­der 12s team with manager Char­lotte Raw­cliffe

●● Nick Holmes

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