East Devon Golf Club latest – ‘a busy summer for the club’s junior golfers’

PUBLISHED: 22:02 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 22:02 10 September 2018

Some of the East Devon Junior Championships winners together with the club captain (left to right) Ed Atack, winner of the Norris trophy for Junior Championship best nett score over 36 holes – 139; Owen Devlin, part of winning team in Skills Challenge team event; Tony Mackness, the East Devon Golf Club captain; Betty Baynham Donator of the trophy for the Junior Championships 36 hole gross score competition; James Pring, winner of the 2018 Skills challenge (high handicap section); Danny Lewis, winner of Betty Baynham Trophy for the Junior Championship best gross score over 36 holes – 151 – and also the winner of the skills challenge (low handicap section). Picture; CONTRIBUTED

Some of the East Devon Junior Championships winners together with the club captain (left to right) Ed Atack, winner of the Norris trophy for Junior Championship best nett score over 36 holes – 139; Owen Devlin, part of winning team in Skills Challenge team event; Tony Mackness, the East Devon Golf Club captain; Betty Baynham Donator of the trophy for the Junior Championships 36 hole gross score competition; James Pring, winner of the 2018 Skills challenge (high handicap section); Danny Lewis, winner of Betty Baynham Trophy for the Junior Championship best gross score over 36 holes – 151 – and also the winner of the skills challenge (low handicap section). Picture; CONTRIBUTED

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It’s been a busy summer for East Devon Junior golfers.

They have had success in the Devon County club knockout competition leading to them facing Exeter in the final later this month.

In their East Devon Junior League campiagn, the team have finished top of their group and go to Thurlestone for the finals day in October.

In terms of internal club action the junior section recently played the men and they won by four matches to two and, at some future stage, they are set to take on the East Devon ladies.

East Devon Golf Club are looking to expand their successful junior section and would like to encourage any junior regardless of ability or experience to contact the club - we have an extensive coaching programme in place to bring young (and not so young) children into golf and all are welcome.

Find out more about the club’s junior section at www.eastdevongolfclub.co.uk/join-us/juniors/

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