Fuel technician Josh Banwell won a Bank Holiday trophy at Leighton Buzzard golf club with a high octane performance that included 14 pars and a Par 2 birdie.
Josh, 26, won the Beck Trophy with a nett 67, beating Mark Vincent by two shots, with Len Neal third a shot adrift.
Mark was in the driving seat, but two double birdies on his last three holes left the door open for Josh to complete his last nine holes in a nett 35.
Other leading scores were: 71- Dean Oakley; 72 – Mark Knight; 73 – Stuart McLeod, Harry Farmer; 74 – Sommer Chan; 76 – John David.
Matt Sale and Daniel Waite are Leighton’s new Frank Clements Trophy champions. They carded a nett 48 to beat Martyn Flynn and Mark Sandham by a shot, with Darren Alexander and Kamil Shah, Mike Francis and Simon Rossiter, Charlie McNally and Howard Allen and Josh Banwell and Nick Tingey in a chasing pack with a nett 44.
Alex and Mark Sandham were top qualifiers in Leighton’s Denis Jordan foursomes event with 41 points, a shot clear of Andrew Mcdonald and Chris Yirrell, with David Banwell and David Hanley, Oliver Banwell and Trevor Stone and Manny Barker and Philip Spratt-Callaghan heading a chasing pack who meet 15 pairs and last years’ winners who will play-off in the final.
Maggie Shaw was top scorer in Leighton Ladies monthly stableford with 37 points, four clear of Barbara Rickard with Sandra Bellis third in the Division 2 table. Division One winner was Gill Mcdougall with 28 points, a shot clear of Ros Miles and Liz Bagshaw. Sue Preston topped Division 3 with 29 points, a shot clear of Barbara Bradley and Elaine Powell, with Sylvia Dell winning the nine-hole competition with 17 points.
Steve Nicholl, Phil Rickard, Ian Rimmer and Richard Rogers were the first winners of Leighton Seniors Texas scramble competition with a nett 53, beating runners-up George Darbyshire, Peter King, Jeff Wood and David Woulds and third placed Martin Braodley, Neil Jarvis, Andy Jenkins and Paul Morgan by a shot.