CHARLIE Walker took the top prize at Ross Golf Club's Annual Seniors 60+ Singles Open.

He finished on 42 stableford points, with his final 13 holes being completed in gross level par, resulting in a one-shot handicap reduction.

Paul Jeffery, from Clevedon GC, also had 42 points to become the highest scoring visitor, with Barry Williams, of Wollaton Park GC, finishing on 40.

Other home players to feature were Martin Pimlow, who also scored 40 points, Colin Bennion (38), Nick Swan and Peter Smith (37), and Colin Price and Chris Good (36).

A total of £505 was raised for Prostate Cancer UK.

Meanwhile, the Mike Lane Trophy was recently held for Division One members.

Following the first round, a battle royal took 2016 club champion James Morgan, Harvey Hancock, who was runner-up to Morgan that day, and 17-years-old junior captain Cam Haines.

Morgan began the day with a two-shot advantage, which was maintained until the very last when he could only manage to complete the 18th hole with a double-bogey six.

Hancock took advantage to record a birdie third to produce a dramatic three-shot swing.

His combined gross 149 medal score proved to be one shot better than Morgan's, meaning he will receive the trophy at a prize-giving event in September.

Haines had to settle for third place with a gross 151 score.