Watts bags two trophies in French golf test

PUBLISHED: 10:20 25 September 2014 | UPDATED: 10:25 25 September 2014

Peter Hill, captain (left), presenting the trophy to Dave Watts

Peter Hill, captain (left), presenting the trophy to Dave Watts

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Heydon Grange Venerables went on their annual autumn tour to Le Touquet France, playing La Foret and La Mer courses.

There was a competition for both the Bill Cook Memorial Trophy, played on the second day, and the Frog Trophy for the best two scores over three days, both stableford competitions.

Winner of the Bill Cook Memorial Trophy was Dave Watts and the winner of the Frog Trophy was again Dave Watts.

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