Trevor is Boss after going ace

Trevor Thornber, 61, scored his ace on the 165-yard, par-three 18th at his club, Whalley, and the eight-handicapper was rewarded with membership of the exclusive BOSS Watches H1 Club and a specially-commissioned, commemorative timepiece.
Trevor Thornber, 61, scored his ace on the 165-yard, par-three 18th at his club, Whalley, and the eight-handicapper was rewarded with membership of the exclusive BOSS Watches H1 Club and a specially-commissioned, commemorative timepiece.

A Whalley golfer has received a limited-edition BOSS watch after scoring a hole-in-one during a recent competition at his club.

Trevor Thornber, 61, scored his ace on the 165-yard, par-three 18th at his club, Whalley, and the eight-handicapper was rewarded with membership of the exclusive BOSS Watches H1 Club and a specially-commissioned, commemorative timepiece.

Meanwhile, still at Whalley, the Frank Longworth Trophy Strokeplay competition saw Steve Farnsworth emerge as overall winnerb with a score of 85-17-68.

Second in Division One was David Hanson (86-15-71).

Division Two winner was Malcolm Salmon (97-21-76) after countback from Ken Bolton (96-20-76).

There were twos for Ken Bolton, Steve Andrews and Dick Ferley.

The annual Ladies’ Open Competition, sponsored by Maureen Cookson of Whalley, took place last Thursday .

The winning team, with a score of 79 points was Jennifer Eastwood, Sue Madden and Elaine Grindrod. Second, with 77 points were Linda Rhodes, Margaret Breakell and Elsie Blackburn. Maureen Board, Jean Sanderson and Alison Nuttall were third with 76 points.

Prizes were presented by Lady Captain Wendy Green who thanked all who supported the day.