Tom Law joined a prestigious list of players after being crowned Broome Manor Club Champion on Saturday.
The 18-year-old cantered to victory by a sensational 15 shots to etch his name onto a trophy twice won by Swindon’s two-time Ryder Cup star David Howell back in the 1990’s.
A stunning six-under par opening round of 65 gave Law a commanding nine-shot lead from his nearest challenger Scott Ward at the half-way stage.
Law followed that round with a four-under par 67 as he finished on 10 under par overall to the leave the rest of the field in his wake.
Previous champion Miles Mackman was a distant runner-up finishing on five over par with Wesley Rawlings in third a further two shots back.
Defending champion Tom Ruddle finished fourth, some 20 shots behind Law, after carding rounds of 79 and 73.
Unsurprisingly Law’s exploits also saw him win the nett competition by seven shots from Bill Stretton in second and Freddie Titcombe in third.
More from Broome Manor’s Club Championship weekend – including pictures, videos and a full report on Swindon Premier Golf Academy’s Championship later this week.
You can check out Tom Law’s website by clicking on this link www.tomlawgolf.co.uk