GOLF: Goodwin's 65 not good enough on a day of birdies

Cirencester Golf Club pro Ed Goodwin

Cirencester Golf Club pro Ed Goodwin

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ED GOODWIN, Cirencester Golf Club's head pro, shot a superb 65 which included seven birdies but that was still only worth a share of fifth place in the PGA South West Region's 125th anniversary pro-am over the ancient Minchinhampton Common course.

The winner was former European Tour pro

David Dixon who produced a 10-under-par 61.

The previous week Dixon won the opening Order of Merit tournament of the SW region, the Saunton Classic.

Former Ryder Cup player Paul Broadhurst, who received a special late invitation, helped the Photocad team of Mark Anderson, Phil Beswick and Sam Ratcliffe to win the team prize with a 19-under-par 123.

Former Curtis Cup player Hannah Barwood (Bristol Golf Centre) won the Ladies Pro-am to register her first success as a professional with a one-under-par 72.

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