Young delivers the lowest gross

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IN the Club Scratch competition, held at Stonyhurst Park on Sunday, Steven Young was the lowest handicap player on the day and duly delivered the lowest gross score with 78.

Bob Driver was second with 78, and not far down the field was Steven’s 14-year-old son George with gross 82.

The scratch competition was held in conjunction with the Club Handicap Trophy, and, playing off a handicap of 13, Driver’s 78 gave him a net score of 65 to take first place.

The father and son combination was present again with Andrew Driver taking second place with 87-20-67.

Past Captain Ray Robinson’s decision not to compete in the competitions paid off when he partnered Val Fairless to victory in the Clitheroe Open Mixed Fourball event with 42 points.

The SPGC Juniors held their second nine-hole competition of the year and Ryan Monk was the overall winner with 44-14-30.

In second place was Louis Phelps with 43-11-32 and Finn Gateley was third with 61-27-34.

The last junior nine-hole competition will take place on Saturday at 9-30 a.m. before the 18-hole Junior Captain’s Day on June 30th.