captain, Peter Macdonald-pearce, David Wallace and Dennis Cleggitt who ended two points clear of second place with 80 points.
GEDNEY Hill held a stableford competition at the weekend to mark their 23rd birthday.
Leading member on the day was Stuart Sharpe who took top spot with 40 points from Paul Hanson in second place on 38 points.
But the performance of the day came from Roy Mason who won the non-members section with a score 42 points ahead of Karl Hanson on 40 points.
Robert Davis was also among the prizes as he won the nearest the pin prize at the 12th hole before recording the longest drive of the day at the 15th.
YOUNGSTER Jade Roberts has become the first junior girl to earn a handicap at Thorney Lakes.
The 10 year-old now plays off 54 and has already completed medal competitions at Woodall Spa’s National Academy and at Thorpe Park.
Roberts made her breakthrough after getting involved in the game through the Golfmark free taster sessions held at the club last year.
Under Council of National Golf Union guidelines, clubs are allowed to allocate handicaps to young players who are not able to complete 18 holes.
GOLF professional Stuart Warren will be starting his course of teaching classes at Maxey Golf Course on Sunday.
Warren is a qualified PGA pro and aims to teach pupils five different shots to navigate their way round a golf course for the first time.
The innovative class has proved very successful in various locations around Lincolnshire and Warren believes Maxey is an ideal venue for learning the game.
He said: “There is a great mix of short and medium length holes and good space for the class to learn in a fun and relaxed environment.”
The class runs from 10am to 12.30pm. For more information or to book a place call Warren on 07754 584722 or email stuwarren18@yahoo. co.uk