BILLY Poole stormed to the Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club February Medal with a remarkable net score of 63.

Poole emerged as a beacon of excellence in Division Three, his masterful display exceeding expectations against his handicap of 22.

Poole beat more than 50 players navigating through all 18 main greens in a qualifying competition that tested their skill and determination.

In Division One, Steve Crabb secured victory with a net score of 69, while the podium saw a close battle with Martin Drennan claiming second place on countback and Anthony Smith securing third, both with a net score of 69.

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Pete Burcher's decision to play in the morning paid dividends as he claimed victory in Division Two with a net score of 66.

Marketing director Harry Harrison showcased his skills with a net score of 68, earning him second place, followed by Marlon Donovan in third with a net score of 70.

In Division Three, Tony Lovelace secured second place with a score of 71, while Dave Austin impressed once again with a net score of 73, securing his place in the prizes for the second week running.

Reflecting on his outstanding performance, Poole praised the club's excellent course conditions and the new Toptracer driving range, attributing his improved game over the winter to this facility.

Poole encouraged others to experience the benefits of the Toptracer range, emphasising its brilliance.

Elsewhere, the Hix Trophy unfolded, Mark Kershaw emerging victorious with an impressive 41 points. Robin Townsend secured second spot with 39 points, closely followed by Steve Crabb in third.

Following the intense competition, players and guests enjoyed an exquisite two-course dinner provided by the club's new catering franchise, Twilights. The debut of the club's new carvery on Sunday received overwhelming support, with full bookings underscoring its popularity.

Harrison expressed delight at the success of the carvery and extended an invitation to the public to experience the club's offerings firsthand.

Highlighting its openness to all, Harrison encouraged everyone to visit and explore the vibrant club and facilities.