Eleven year old golfer gets hole in one

Doncaster Golf Club member Cameron Newman who landed a hole in one, the youngest ever member to do so.

Doncaster Golf Club member Cameron Newman who landed a hole in one, the youngest ever member to do so.

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CAMERON Newman has celebrated achieving one of golf’s rarest feats – at the tender age of 11.

The Doncaster Golf Club youngster (pictured left) landed a hole in one on the par three 17th using his three wood in the Monday Stableford.

Newman - who plays off a handicap of 28 - became the youngest ever junior member to record an ace at Doncaster.

He went on to finish the competition with 33 points, a commendable tally due to difficult weather conditions.

The competition was won by Matthew Gibson with 39 points ahead of Sean Hale and Leigh Wilson who both finished on 37.

Kirsty Wilson won the Phyllis Waddington Ladies medal with a nett 68, well clear of Cilla Leach and Sheila Robinson, both nett 74.

Ian Machin won the Annual Medal at Doncaster Golf Club with a nett of 67 from his handicap of 27.

Bill Worsfold claimed runner up spot (84-16-68), ahead of John Leedale (76-7=69).

Other leading scores were: Division One: Duncan Hughes (82-12=70), David Grocock (81-11=70), Paul Elliott (75-5=70), Ian Atkinson (81-11=70), Peter Vallance (77-7=70).

Division Two: Lawrence Steingold (86-16=70), Gary Elliott (84-13=71), George Lacey (92-19=73), Gary Stacey (87-14=73), Mike Keeling (86-13=73).

Division Three: Alan Machin (98-26=72), Paul Burton (93-21=72) and Clive Whitfield (97-22=75).