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NEWS

Cecil Leitch Golf Tournament 2018

This year’s Cecil Leitch Golf Tournament was held at Redlibbets Golf Club,close to Sevenoaks, a beautiful parkland course at Ash on Tuesday 19th June and we were fortunate to have fair and sunny weather throughout the day. We had 36 mens and 46 ladies clubs throughout Kent, a total of 1900 players taking part in the preliminary rounds.

Our thanks to all at Redlibbets Golf Club in particular General Manager David Harris, the members of Redlibbets for their patience, Kevin Morris Head Groundsman , and all the catering staff especially Anne and Nikki and to all competitors for making the day a memorable one.

The Men’s Trophy winner was Ben Pettet of Redlibbets Golf Club Ltd, pictured with a handicap of 17, scoring 41 points after count back on the last nine holes. David Britton of Tudor Park Golf Club was runner up with a handicap of 16, also scoring 41 points.(Pictured with David Washer ,Redlibbets Captain left and Richard Young, Chairman of KCPFA Golf Committee on the right) Third place went to Barry Thompson of Lydd Golf Club with a handicap of 19, scoring 38 points after count back on the last nine holes.Longest drive was won by Michael Hull of Hever Castle Golf Club on the 14th hole and Nearest the pin was won by Jamie Ridley of Wrotham Heath Golf Club on the 17th hole.

Please click here to see the full table of results.

The Ladies cup and 1st Prize went to Lynn Dawson of Rochester & Cobham Golf Club, pictured with Redlibbets Ladies Captain Jan Thompson ,with a handicap of 21, scoring 38 points. Runner up was Joanne Kite of Upchurch Golf Club with a handicap of 17, scoring 36 points. Third place, after a countback on the last 9 holes, went to Ali O’Neill of Sidcup Golf Club with a handicap of 17, scoring 35 points.Ali O’Neill also won the Longest drive on the 14th and Nearest the pin was won by Margaret Jeffs of Redlibbets golf club on the 17th hole.

Please click here to see the full table of results.

The KCPFA Charity raised over £11,000 from the competition.