All Done and dusted as Louth golfer Sam scoops junior titles

Louth golfer Sam Done.
Louth golfer Sam Done.

LOUTH golfer Sam Done was victorious in the Skegness Seacroft Golf Club’s U18s championship recently.

Fifteen-year-old Sam is now simultaneously the junior golf champion at both Kenwick Park and Seacroft golf clubs. He recently played for Lincolnshire’s U16s side, winning both his matches against Leciestershire to help his county win the match.

Sam and Cameron Littlejohn played really well together in the Kenwick Park Men’s Open Day and won with 43 points.

John and Jason Bartup came second with 42. A countback on 41 points separated the next four pairings with Andy Clayton and Richard Walker taking third place ahead of Simon Lidgard and Phil Jackson.

In the nearest the pin competition, Carl Pickard won the prize at the 2nd, John Warwick at the 8th, Sam Done at the 12th and Simon Lidgard at the 17th.

Tony Brown holed the longest putt on the 18th green.

The most spectacular winner of balls in the twos stake was Ben Bierley who hit a four iron and a hybrid to hole in two on the stroke one par four 10th hole.

l Eighty four pairs took part in the popular seniors open day at Kenwick.

Gerald Brook and Ron Foulger from Louth won with 40 points on a countback from Walt Rogerson (Kenwick Park) and M Reynolds of Sandilands ahead of Kenwick’s Ron Irwin and Brian Handley who came third.

J Lemmon of Stoke Rochford was nearest the pin at the second hole and Brian Castle (Louth) took the prize at the 17th.

Stuart Falconer (Grimsby) won nearest the pin in two shots at the 9th.

The raffle raised £612 for the Lincolnshire Kidney Patients Association.

Lady President Patsy Clark hosted her special day with the ladies playing a stableford competition for the Lady President’s Putter.

Elaine Houlton (18) had a great score of 40 points to win overall. Jo Cudmore (26) came second with 39 and won the bronze division.

Julie Harvey (12) came second in silver ahead of Sue Sykes (10) in third with 34.

Allison Cook (22) was second in bronze and Mary Osmond (35) with 35 came third.