Knights Templar pupils show heart and talent

PUBLISHED: 12:27 05 October 2006 | UPDATED: 10:57 06 May 2010

L-r: Dan Pallett (teacher in charge of golf), Joe Smith, Laurie Owen, Mark Hammond and Ian Burrows (deputy head, Knights Templar)

L-r: Dan Pallett (teacher in charge of golf), Joe Smith, Laurie Owen, Mark Hammond and Ian Burrows (deputy head, Knights Templar)

THREE youngsters from the Knights Templar School in Baldock were joint fifth in the British Heart Foundation Junior Golf Championship at The Belfry. The trio of Joe Smith (two handicap), Laurie Owen (five) and Mark Hammond (10) had played through both loc

THREE youngsters from the Knights Templar School in Baldock were joint fifth in the British Heart Foundation Junior Golf Championship at The Belfry.

The trio of Joe Smith (two handicap), Laurie Owen (five) and Mark Hammond (10) had played through both local and regional rounds to win their place in the national final.

They competed against 20 other teams on the day to finish with a score of 75 in the stableford point event - the winning score was 78. Smith shot a gross score of three under.


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