RORY Cameron took the top prize when the North Wilts Junior Open took place at the Calne club last week.

The course is tricky and pin positions difficult on the day, made worse by the biting cold winds that swept through the course.

More than 30 players went out in the medal and stableford competitions, and there was even a short course event for non-handicappers.

A great day of golf ensued, made possible by June Poffley and the team at North Wilts.

Upavon Golf Club player Cameron emerged victorious to be crowned the overall winner and 2018 champion with a gross 76 (nett 71).

North Wilts' Rob Parsons was the medal winner with gross 83 (nett 70) ahead of runner-up Finlay Mulvey, from Marlborough, on gross 92 (nett 72).

North Wilts also triumphed in the U18s class as Nathan Pike won with nett 75, while Broome Manor's Macklin Hawkins won the U13s event with nett 72.

The stableford winner was Sam Thurlow with 39 points ahead of North Wilts club-mate Sean Montegomery on 38 points.

Thomas Collom, from North Wilts, won the U16s prize with 38 points and Wrag Barn's James Biggs was the best of the U13s on 34 points.

Alecia Carash, also from Wrag Barn, was the short course winner with 36 points.

Whitley's Lauren Pocock (33 points) and North Wiltss' Harry Batten (28 points) won the O10s evens for girls and boys respectively.

Wrag Barn's Summer Carash (30 points) and Broome Manor's Toby Spedding (33 points) took the prizes in the U10s section.