Fuel system technician Jamie Stone delivered a high octane performance to win Leighton Buzzard Golf Club’s two major trophies on Sunday.
Jamie, 27, was crowned Club Champion after completing the two-round event in 145 shots, two clear of defending double club champion Ed Stephenson.
And Jamie became the fifth club member in the last 17 years to complete the double when his nett 137 landed him the Handicap Cup for the second successive year, beating 14-year-old George Stephenson – Ed’s younger brother -by three shots.
James, a four-handicap golfer, works for ATL, a company which specialises in the production of fuel systems for F1 and other high performance cars. He missed out on being crowned Club Champion last year when he lost to Ed in a three-hole shoot-out after both players finished with identical scores of 143.
The leader in the club house after carding a first round 73, four-handicapper Jamie took 72 shots to complete his second round
“It was great to win after the disappointment of last year,” said Jamie after being presented with thw two trophies by Club Captain Simon Rossiter, adding: “There were some very good scores on the day I’m delighted my own steady performance was good enough on the day.”
Leading scores were:
Club Championship: 145 – Jamie Stone; 147- Ed Stephenson; 154 – Stuart McLeod; 155 – Joshua Banwell, Brandon Sanders; 157 – Andres Valentine, Lee Sanders.
Handicap Cup: 137 – Jamie Stone; 140 – George Stephenson; Phil Eddy; Alex Sandham; 142 – Mark Leng.
Derek Shaw and William Wells won awards for the best Saturday and Sunday nett scores with Brandon Sanders and John Latimer receiving prizes for carding the best gross scores in their rounds.
 Leighton Captain Simon Rossiter (left) with double trophy winner Jamie Stone, championship runner-up Ed Stephenson and brother George, Handicap trophy runner-up.
 Double trophy winner and new Leighton club champion Jamie Stone.