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Golf: Martin, 15, has the edge to land Hesketh prize.

THE Club Championship at Hesketh Golf Club took on a new format this year.

Thirty-six holes of stroke play over two days was followed by a match play semi-final and final.

Martin Edge, aged 15, and playing off four handicap, followed rounds of gross 75 and 77 by winning a thrilling final against Gordon Gray, a scratch team veteran.

Losing semi-finalists were Ross Coulthard and Mike Mayor.

A Nett Championship was run on the same format with Martin Holland beating Edward Long in the final.

Losing semi-finalists were Jim Birrell and Ronnie Walker.


Nett winner Martin Holland; Martin Edge receives the club championship from Captain Alan Roe
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 27, 2004
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