The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sports -

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.

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