Hampson, Hayward & Bannon star at Broome

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Charlie Hampson, Lewy Hayward and Olivia Bannon took the top prizes at the 2015 Tigers Club Championship at Broome Manor Golf Club on Sunday.

Thirty youngsters from the Swindon Premier Golf Academy at Broome Manor braved the rain to contest three junior titles, all played over 18 holes of the club’s nine hole course.

Winning the Super Tigers title, which was played off the full course, was Lewy Hayward who shot a gross 75 on the par 66 course.

Playing off the yellow tees of Broome Manor’s nine hole course, Hayward’s two rounds of 37 and 38 saw him beat runner-up George Webb by 11 shots.

Hayward was joined on his final three holes by Broome Manor’s newly-crowned club champion Tom Law and said of his victory. The nine-year-old also won the nett competition.

Webb’s total score of 86 saw him beat Macklin Hawkins, who shot 90, to second place by four shots.

Hampson meanwhile won the Tigers Club Championship, which was played off the short course, on the very last hole.

Combined nine hole rounds of 41 and 38 respectively saw Hampson finish with a total score of 79, just one shot ahead of runner-up Maisie Drewett who carded two rounds of 40.

In third place was Alexander Emanuel who hit a total score of 83.

Taking the Girls’ title, played off the full ladies’ tees, was Bannon whose total score of 95 saw her beat Sammy Walls by five shots. In third place was Katie Walls with a total score of 102.

Swindon Premier Golf Academy coach Lee Hayward was delighted with how the championships went, saying: “This truly was another successful day for junior golf at Broome Manor.

“The junior section is growing so fast and starting to produce some encouraging young talent.

“I am very proud of the work that we are doing and am really starting to see the benefits of our coaching programme.

“Just to see so many happy faces out on the course is a true delight. I also have to say that I am very proud of my boy who played some amazing golf out there on Sunday and truly deserves to call himself the Club Champion.”

You can find out more about the Swindon Premier Golf Academy by visiting their website www.spgolfacademy.com