The UK hosted there annual British Championship last weekend at the lovely Centenary P&P course in Harrow London, A very channelling course was created to ensure a difficult day for everyone, Weather conditions were prefect ensuring low scores would be the order of the day,
Darragh Mooney, course manager and the Harrow Council maintenance staff, ensured that the course was in first class condition and the dry, sunny weather produced some excellent results from locals and players from various areas including Abbotsley, Cambridgeshire, Bath and Dagenham, Essex.
The British Ladies Championship over 36 holes was won by Doreen Powell from Abbotsley, and the British Senior Championship, over 36 holes went to Ron Cope from Dagenham.
The Mens Championship was decided after the top 16 completed a further 18 holes, making a total of 54 holes,. Anthony OBrien was favourite following two rounds of 52 and 58 which included an Hole in 1 and he went on to score another 52 in the final round to become British Champion
Runner-up was Centenarys Savio Fernandes, scoring six over, and third was Steve Deeble of Dagenham, with 11 over.
The high scoring reflected the difficulties faced by everyone whom contest this wonderful flagship event,
The British Junior Championship, over 18 holes, was won by 15-year old Harry Lambert from Dagenham.
Anthony OBrien, Steve Deeble and son John will represent Great Britain in the World Pitch & Putt Championships to be held in Holland in October this year