Styal come up trumps for char­ity

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GE­OFF GARNETT

STYAL Golf Club have hosted the ECH Char­ity Golf Day for ten years with great suc­cess and, en­joy­ing a course in great shape and ideal weather con­di­tions, there was a record field of 41 teams com­pris­ing 184 play­ers for this year’s event.

Styal Past Lady cap­tain Sue Forster has been in­volved in the event since it be­gan and she said: “We raised just over £3,000, which again is a record and I am proud to have been in­volved in a ter­rific day.

“Pat Chad­wick and her team of vol­un­teers did a great job in or­gan­is­ing the day and it is the last one that I will be in­volved in but I am sure that it will con­tinue to go from strength to strength in the fu­ture.”

Styal Se­niors played a Qual­i­fy­ing Sta­ble­ford and John Tur­tle raced into top spot with 43 points from Rob Hen­stock 41 and Colin Fel­lowes 40.

A Wed­nes­day medal at Styal had a clear win­ner in Ken Mayoh with 73 from Sam How­ell 76.

The Aquilla Four­somes Tro­phy at Styal was led in by Andy Mor­ley and Nick Gillings with 70.5 well clear of Mark Mynes and Chris Hart 75.0.

Styal ju­niors played a sin­gles Sta­ble­ford won by Daniel Lynch with 39 points ahead of Ryan Owen 37 and Max Ni­chol­son 35.

Styal ladies also played a sin­gles Sta­ble­ford and Claire Whit­ney again showed her three hand­i­cap class post­ing 34 points to fin­ish two ahead of Mel Hill.

Prestbury ju­niors played for the Course Man­ager’s Tro­phy and it was won by Matthew De­lany with 66, six less than Josh Turnock.

Prestbury’s men played their PGA Na­tional Pro Am Chal­lenge and it was led in by Thomas Leigh with 64 from El­liot Kir­ton 67 and An­drew Green­halgh and Martin McMi­lan, both 73.

In di­vi­sion one of a Prestbury ladies medal Jae Bow­ers was top of the pile with 71, three ahead of Nicky Mark­land and Jil­lian Mor­ris.

In di­vi­sion two Maura De­lany was top of the shop with 77 from Elaine Fawkes 78.

A Mid­week medal at Mot­tram Hall needed a cpo on 69 to take Matt Delargy into top spot from John De­laney.

The Hospi­tal Tro­phy is a ‘ma­jor’ for Alder­ley Edge’s men and in round one Matthew Hodgson set the pace with 67 from Max Ek­stein 68 and An­drew Snell led in a clutch of five play­ers on 70.

In round two it was very close with Si­mon Bar­ber win­ning a cpo on 66 from Johns New­sham with Andy Wells leading in four play­ers locked on 67.

The tro­phy win­ner with 135 was Matthew Hodgson from John New­sham 136 and Max Eck­stein 140.

Edge’s ladies were also in ‘ma­jor’ mode as they played for the Mil­le­nium Tro­phy which was won by Mary O’Toole with 33 points, one more than Mo Monk and Sue Ken­drick.

Shrigley Hall stal­wart Alan Pen­gelly was a proud win­ner of the Me­mo­rial Tro­phy post­ing 67 to fin­ish ahead of Ge­orge Wright 68 and Peter White­hurst, Richard Bur­row, Mark Kleyn­hans and Ian Wadsworth, all 71.

Mac­cles­field ladies played a sin­gles Sta­ble­ford and Sue Or­win led in di­vi­sion one with 36 points from Sue Sum­ner 34 and in di­vi­sion two Sue Law­son was first past the post with 27.

Medal ac­tion for Macc’s men had Trevor Lan­caster on top with 67, one less than Mike Guerin, Roger Kirby with Dave Tom­lin­son next in with 69.

The Manch­ester Al­liance’s Wil­liams BMW Ju­nior Chal­lenge KO is now in full swing and in round one the games in­volv­ing our lo­cal teams look­ing to make the last 16 are: Ring­way v hold­ers Styal.

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