THERE was a fantastic weekend of golf blessed Hartley Wintney Golf Club’s 125th Anniversary week of celebrations.

The 4BBB stableford with 39 teams entries taking part. Stephen Key and Robert Bosworth were the clear winners with 48 points, this was four points ahead of four teams on 44 points.

Taking second place after countback was Jerry Andrews and Bradley Walsh with Mike Kelly and Chris Smith finishing third also after countback.

The two pairs missing out on the prizes were Andy Dale and Tony Peaty in fourth place with John Armstrong and Tony Breeden in fifth.

The main event of the weekend, and maybe the year, was the playing of the clubs 41st Pro-Am tournament.

A field of 39 teams with some of the top professionals in Hampshire, which included two past Ryder Cup players, competed for the biggest Pro-Am prize fund in the county so far in 2016.

Only three professionals broke par, and it was Southwood GC professional Chris Hudson who took the winners cheque of £757.50 with a two under par 69.

In joint second place was James Ablett (Lee-on-the-Solent) and Rob Gowers (Alresford) on 70 and both received £483.75.

There were four players tied on level par 71, they were Mark Bell (Shanklin and Sandown), Ben Johnson (Royal Winchester), Martin Adams (Swanmore) and Michael Lord (Ampfield).

The Pro-Am Team competition was a tremendously tight affair with no fewer than four teams tied on the winning score of 13 under par 129.

The winners were Jamie Mullen, Ian Seymour, Craig Spence and Worldham Park Professional Steve Cowle who topped the pile and each won a PING G series Driver.

In second place winning TaylorMade cart bags was Ben Johnson, Andrew Bunton, Graham Bromham and Eric Bromham.

Third place went to Tom Hutchings, John Bayford, Barry Blakemore and Steve Crouch , they won FootJoy DNA shoes.

The previous week, Lee Hall was the winner of the Hartley Wintney Golf Club’s Captains’ Trophy with a fantastic score of 43 points.

Hall was three clear of Dave Taylor who finished with 40, was was also three clear of a group of players on 37. This group had to be separated on countback and it was Les Greatrix who took third place with Richard Godfrey fourth and Terry Skipsey placed fifth.

The Phillips Cup saw Ben Cornwell shoot a 74 net 69 to win by three shots from Ian Smith in second place with a net 72 and Mike Kelly in third on net 73.

Over the two Centenary Medal days 88 players took part and Jamie Mullin had the lowest net score of all three divisions with a 67.

Hall finished second after countback with a net 68 over division three winner Stewart Rivers who took third place on net 68.