Rowley has miles of fun in the final

WOODFORD Golf Club saw two trophies decided in enthralling fashion on Sunday. First was the Jeffrey Prize final, an 18-hole stroke-play competition for winners of Division Two monthly medals in 2008, which Mark Rowley won with a one-over-par nett 71, fou

WOODFORD Golf Club saw two trophies decided in enthralling fashion on Sunday.

First was the Jeffrey Prize final, an 18-hole stroke-play competition for winners of Division Two monthly medals in 2008, which Mark Rowley won with a one-over-par nett 71, four shots ahead of Stewart Baines.

The second competition, the LG Jeffrey Trophy - the winter four-ball competition - with the victors being Derek Code and Andy Chilton, who are also making good progress in the Daily Mail Foursomes.

They beat captain Mark Deeming and Simon Ironside on the 18th, having come back from being four-down to be all square standing on the 18th tee.


You may also want to watch:


*ALAN Brown won the 2009 Burdick Putter event in glorious conditions at Ilford Golf Club.

Playing with a handicap of 19, he shot a net 60 to win the event and earned a two-shot handicap cut in the process.

Most Read

Matthew Pinner won the Division One title with a net 63, beating Michael McPherson on count-back, and runner-up in Division Two was James Hagger with a net 64.

Stuart Curran won a charity day event at Littlestone Golf Club in Kent with 42 points.

Representing Ilford Golf Club, he held off a large field to win on a links course in high winds.

*A TRIP to Europe's hottest golf destination awaits amateur Mark Lucy and his Chigwell PGA professional James Fuller if they can come through the regional final of Europe's biggest pro-am competition, the Virgin Atlantic PGA National Pro-Am Championship.

Lucy took his first big step towards a luxury five-day trip to Turkey when he won the club qualifying competition with a nett score of 68.

He and Fuller now advance to Old Fold Manor Golf Club tomorrow (Friday), for one of 16 regional finals.

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter
Comments powered by Disqus