PRESTWICH members claimed two of the three major honours on offer when the club hosted the North West Manchester Golf Association Championships on Sunday.

Anthony Hardy won the Association Trophy, for golfers with a 12 handicap or below, after going round in a 69 and nett total of 60, while Gary Grimshaw walked off with the Commonwealth Trophy, for 13 handicappers and above, after his round of 82 gave him a nett score of 61.

Stand's Neil Self, a scratch golfer, won the overall title, for the best gross score of the day, after going round in a three-under par 63.

More than 100 golfers from nine clubs, including Whitefield, Pike Fold and Bury, competed in the 18-hole challenge, with association president Philip Rampling, a former captain at Prestwich, presenting the prizes after the event.

The NWMGA was formed more than 50 years ago and has various competitions through the summer, as well as an inter-club league, which is renowned for it's friendly but competitive matches.