HEXHAM, ENGLAND - JUNE 13: Craig Goodfellow of Penrith Golf Centre and Driving plays a shot on the 18th hole during the third round of the Glenmuir PGA Professional Championship on the Hunting Course at De Vere Slaley Hall on June 13, 2013 in Hexham, England. (Photo by Paul Thomas/Getty Images)
Morpeth’s David Clark produced one of the lowest rounds of this year on the NE/NW PGA circuit to run away with the Barnard Castle Pro Am title, as Craig Goodfellow lifted two trophies and professionals from across the region lifted titles in the latest series of pro ams.
David’s seven under-par 66 saw him finish six shots clear of the field as four players tied for second place at Barnard Castle.
Meanwhile, Craig’s fine form this season continued as he picked up a pair of winner’s cheques.
The first came at Carlisle, where his four under-par 67 saw him finish two shots clear of James Wilkinson. Then at Close House, his superb six under-par round of 64 saw him finish five shot clear of nearest challenger Andrew Scrimshaw.
At Whitley Bay, Penrith’s Tim Dykes and Wynyard’s James Harper shared the top spot with rounds of 69, while Houghton-le-Spring’s Bradley Rowntree and Jordan Woods finished a shot further back to tie for third place.
There were also wins for Michael Nesbit (67) at the Morpeth Practice Pro Am, and Knaresbrough pro Andy Turner (68) at Brancepeth Castle. The season continues this month with a packed schedule of pro ams plus the MKM Pro Shoot Out at Rockliffe Hall and the Tour Championship at Matfen Hall.
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