Golf: Jack lifts Soanes Trophy

14:51 02 June 2014

Peter Hill, right, presents the Soanes Trophy to David Jack.

Peter Hill, right, presents the Soanes Trophy to David Jack.


Heydon Grange Golf Club’s Venerables held its annual captain’s day on Friday.

A near record turnout played the Essex and Cambs courses for the Soanes Trophy, which was won by David Jack with 40 points.

Other prize winners were: Steve King - Nearest Pin (Cambs 4th); John Faherty - Longest Drive (Cambs 7th); Martin Lane - Best Nine (Cambs); David Baker - Longest Drive (Essex 6th); Ron Webster - Nearest Pin (Essex 8th); Graham Kipping - Best Nine (Essex); Paul Kidman and Barry Jackson - Hidden Pairs.


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