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Golf: Middleton Hall Pro Day success and King’s Lynn hole in one


By Pete Woodhouse


Adam Lewarne, Middleton Hall Golf Club’s new Head Professional, organised his first Pro Day last weekend, which was a huge success.

Some 21 teams contested the day in a stableford format, with individuals entering their names into that competition’s ‘hat’ and with normally no team name, and the winning team came in with a great score of 57.4.

Pictured are the winning team.

Pro Day 2019. from left: Tony Thaxton, Alex Thaxton, Graham Pearson, Andy Thaxton (centre is head pro Adam Lewarne) (16448188)
Pro Day 2019. from left: Tony Thaxton, Alex Thaxton, Graham Pearson, Andy Thaxton (centre is head pro Adam Lewarne) (16448188)

From left: Tony Thaxton, Alex Thaxton, Graham Pearson, Andy Thaxton (centre is head pro Adam Lewarne).

• King’s Lynn Golf Club member, Paul Savage took a smooth wedge from 121 yards down-wind on the fifth hole and found the green.

The ball hopped forward before gently spinning back into the hole. His achievement was also watched by the three players waiting on the sixth tee!

King’s Lynn GC Paul Savage 9.19.png (16448181)
King’s Lynn GC Paul Savage 9.19.png (16448181)

He celebrated his achievement by sharing a bottle of ‘Famous Grouse’ with members in the ‘19th hole’. The prize is sponsored by West Norfolk businessman, Jeremy Allen.


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