Louth Golf Club: Streeter breaks own 11-year course record

Louth GC course record holder Paul Streeter (right) with team, from left, Robin Horseman, Ray Pearson, Jason Parker EMN-150309-120739002
Louth GC course record holder Paul Streeter (right) with team, from left, Robin Horseman, Ray Pearson, Jason Parker EMN-150309-120739002

Lincoln Golf Centre pro Paul Streeter broke his own course record as Louth Golf Club hosted a Lincolnshire PGA event last week.

The pro-am qualifying round attracted 28 professionals playing with teams of three amateurs for an individual best gross and a team best two nett scores.

Louth Golf Club Mixed Open winners James Osmond and Lesley Elliott EMN-150309-120752002

Louth Golf Club Mixed Open winners James Osmond and Lesley Elliott EMN-150309-120752002

Streeter made a sensational start with birdies on the first six holes and completed the front nine in 29 shots as he went on to set a new course record of 64, breaking the record he established 11 years ago.

Adam Keogh (Spalding Golf Centre) was seven shots behind, taking second place on countback from Andrew Hare (Silk Willoughby GC).

Paul Bradshaw (Ping Golf Academy) was fourth with 72, and Whitney Hillier (sponsor invite) completed the top five with a 74.

Streeter also won the team prize with Robin Horseman, Ray Pearson and Jason Parker after a combined 128. Hillier took second with Simon Smith, Micky Griffith and James Turner (133), and a shot back were Daniel Greenwood (Forest Pines), Howard Greenwood, John Haycocks and John Hood in third.

Richard Noble, of Don Noble Turf Accountants, sponsored the event.

* The weather stayed dry for most of Louth Golf Club’s Mixed Open.

Jackie Macchonachie presented the Rob Macchonachie Trophy to Lesley Elliott and James Osmond who won with 39 stableford points in this greensomes competition.

Peggy Hales and Greg Boni were second with 37, a point ahead of Gill and Andy Brooks, while Alan Simonds and Pam Hayden (35) were fourth on countback from best away pair Alan and Patricia Haynes.