Wee Wonder Abby Gray takes on Britain's best at St Andrews
Farrington Park junior Abby Gray finished a creditable eighth when she competed in the Wee Wonders Grand Final at St Andrews, the home of golf.
The ten-year old-daughter of club pro Terry Williams played three rounds of nine over three days against some of the best under-12 girls in Britain.
Her highlight was a four-over-par 34 in the second round, which was the fourth best score of the day.
“If I’d have putted like I normally do I would have finished even better,” said Gray, whose goal now is to get a low enough handicap to join the 18-hole Duchy Course at Farrington Park.
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“I loved playing St Andrews and I hope I can qualify for next year’s competition.”
Farrington Park Golf Club results
Seniors’ four-ball better ball
1 Colin Robinson & Mike Henton 47pts, 2 Nigel Punchard & Tony Oxford 45, 3 Chris Standen & Steve Mitchell 45, 4 Brian Weeks & Graham Marsh 44, 5 Mike Bradbury & Don Perry 44, 6 Bev Woodland & Geoff Moore 43.
Nearest the pin: 5th Derek McCaig, 8th Colin Robinson, 14th Alan Bishop, 15th Brian Brown.
Men’s Saturday Stableford
Division 1: 1 Chris Coles 41, 2 Mike Graves* 41, 3 Steve Hobbs* 41.
Division 2: 1 Dave Brain* 45, 2 Mark Jennings* 41, 3 Dale Killey* 41.
* Handicap reductions