Watch out Tiger! Brandon gets hole in one aged seven at Brickhampton
BRANDON Skidmore is celebrating his first hole in one – at the age of seven.
The Kingsway School pupil scored his ace on the first hole of the Glevum course at Brickhampton Court.
He chose a six iron and hit the ball perfectly, seeing it bounce near the front of the green then roll right up to the hole and go in.
Skidmore has recently returned from the Lee Westwood School at Portal in Cheshire where he won a skills challenge with the best score at that camp this year.
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Should his score remain in the top 25 nationally, Skidmore will then go to a grand final to win the chance to go to Florida and play with former world number one Westwood.
Skidmore is currently first on the leaderboard for the England Golf national skills challenge for players aged under eight.
He shot 99 on Captain’s Day at Brickhampton Court, won a nearest-the-pin prize and obtained a handicap of 30.
His upcoming events include the regional finals of the National Skills Challenge on Tuesday.