Lee Westwood Golf School take on the Cheshire Police

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Last week saw the golf performance students of Lee Westwood Golf School take on the Cheshire Police in a matchplay golf competition at High Legh Park Golf Club. 

The police team, consisting of current and retired police officers, had to watch student James Arandia set the standard very high with an eagle on the first.  

Playing 18 holes in the 4 ball better ball format, the Lee Westwood Golf School students came out victorious winning 3 – 1. 

LWGS students thoroughly enjoyed the day, commenting “It was a great experience playing against Cheshire Police; we really enjoyed playing against a team from outside the school” and “we had great fun, the guys were really funny & pretty decent golfers too! They ran us close”. 

The Cheshire Police had approached Lee Westwood Golf School to arrange this event and after the successful day they hope it will be repeated on an annual basis.  

John Clarkson from Cheshire Police said “My lads enjoyed it.’  ‘Certainly, from a personal point of view, it was a pleasure to play against Jack and Matt – apart from the fact that they holed more putts than us!”

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