HIGH Legh Park hosted a full house for the latest Manchester Alliance fixture prior to lockdown.

The quality of the course and the excellent greens invited some good golf and it reaped its rewards in a terrific competition for the prizes on offer.

Disley assistant professional Ian Ridgway, who spent several of his formative golfing years at High Legh, met up with his old friend Andrew McKenzie – the teaching professional at High Legh – and was inspired to post a five-under-par 41 points to win the individual professional prize.

Ridgway finished a point better off than Rob Braithwaite, Grant Hamerton (Pike Fold) and his Disley boss Scott Jackson.

Davenport’s Jamie Howarth found an excellent partner in club colleague Brad Cooke as they took the pro-am section with an impressive 46 points, fending off Rob Braithwaite and Matthew Whittaker (Helsby) who won a card play-off on 43 from Craig Corrigan and Mark Riley (Leigh).

Swinton Park’s Jimmy O’Reilly had an excellent partner in Paddy Knowles (Worsley GC) as they combined superbly for 43 points to win the am-am section from Steve Finan and Martin Dwyer (Stamford), 42, and Adam Wells and Ian Fearne (also Stamford), 41.

Mark Riley took the nearest the pin prize.