Jamie Howarth made up for the dissappointment of just missing out on playing at the St Omer Open on The European Challenge Tour by winning the latest f 1836 Pro Golf Tour event at Denton Golf Club with a five under par, 66.

An opening birdie at the par five 1st hole was followed with a two at the short par-3, 5th to get Jamie off to a fast start. Three birdies around the turn got him to 5 under but a bogey at the short par four 17th was followed with a fine birdie at the last. Three players shared 2nd place on 69.

Danny Wilkes the OOM leader refreshed from his holiday showed no signs of rust with 6 birdies and an eagle for his 69. Liam O`Neill who has won 3 times this year had four birdies and local player David Green from Dukinfield had 5 birdies for his best finish of the year.

Next up is Hopwood on Thursday 19th June, 1 Pro & 1 Amateur for £120 the team. Pro`s without Amateurs can enter as well.

A list of leading golf scores is detailed below.

Leading Golf Scores:-

1. Jamie Howarth 66 £400 De Vere Mottram Hall 2. Danny Wilkes 69 £250 Headingley Golf Club 2. Liam O`Neill 69 £250 Cookridge Hall Golf Club 2. David Green 69 £250 Dukinfield Golf Club 5. Kris Andrews 71 £65 Ashton on Mersey Golf Club 5. Tim Dykes 71 £65 Penrith Golf Club 5. Henry Featherstone 71 £65 Ringway Golf Club 5. Adam Runcie 71 £65 Abergele 5. Adam Cryer 71 £65 West End Golf Club 5. Mark Sheppard 71 Darland Golf


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