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Easton Hall, Grantham. 

The following report is taken from the Grantham Journal Saturday 6th August 1921:-

“The eight professionals invited to take part in golf events on the nine-hole course of Captain Marshall Roberts at Easton Hall first played a 36-hole stroke competition. The day’s play was remarkable for the brilliance of the young West Lancashire professional, Arthur Havers, who headed the aggregate with the splendid aggregate of 143. In the morning Havers created a new record for the course with his score of 68, a figure which was only approached by five strokes, J H Taylor having the second best card in the morning with 73. Alex Herd, the other former champion competing , upheld the honour of the “Old School” remarkably well when in the afternoon he got within a stroke of Havers best round of the day. Herd had taken 79 in the first round”

Scores; Arthur Havers (West Lancs) , 68+75=143; Alex Herd (Coombe Hill), 79+69=148; Percy Hills (Easton Hall), 75+74=149; James Sherlock (Hunstanton), 75+74=149; J H Taylor (Mid-Surrey), 73+77=150; W L Ritchie (Worplesdon), 80+75=155; Len Holland (Northampton), 78+80=158; Fred Leach (Northwood), 80+80=160.