Lewis makes Heydon Grange history
SINCE Heydon Grange Golf Club was founded, no current club champion has won the Heydon Masters trophy until Mark Lewis lifted the trophy last weekend. Limited to Division One players who have a handicap of 14.4 exact or less, the Heydon Masters takes plac
SINCE Heydon Grange Golf Club was founded, no current club champion has won the Heydon Masters trophy until Mark Lewis lifted the trophy last weekend.
Limited to Division One players who have a handicap of 14.4 exact or less, the Heydon Masters takes place over two days with 18 holes played each day.
At the end of the 36 holes, Lewis was tied with Ken Harvey and a four hole play-off resulted in Lewis taking the trophy with Harvey a very creditable runner-up.
Players over 14.4 handicap contested the Three Counties Plate, a 27 hole Stableford competition played in one day over all three of the Essex, Cambs and Herts courses with the best two 18 hole score counting.
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With a score of 45 over the Essex and Cambs courses, Duncan Lipscombe took the trophy from runner-up Graham Handscombe, whose score of 41 in windy conditions was no mean feat.
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