WEAVERHAM golf coach Graham Moore took his advanced students to St Andrews, the sport's spiritual home, over four weekends.
The teach-ins and competitions were based on age groups and Moore said: 'Some exceptional golf was played in testing conditions.
'I think it shows the structures I've put in place hold up in adverse weather.'
All the golfers were from Moore's academies or development programmes and results were: Weekend 1 - winner Neil Williamson, 2 James Spencer, 3 Emma Goodard; Weekend 2 - winner Corrie Topliffe, 2 Ray Rogers, 3 Adam Charnock; Weekend 3 - winner Carl Goddard, 2 Ben Britton, 3 Pablo Gonzales; Weekend 4 - winner James Phelan, 2 Alex Brimage, 3 Reece Lester.
EMMA Goddard has been named the Knowsley Female Sports Personality of the Year. At 14 she is the youngest recipient of the award, which was received from former Everton and England footballer Duncan McKenzie.
Moore said: 'The award is well deserved. She had worked hard and dedicated a lot of time to practising, and all aspects of her development we worked on here in Mid Cheshire and courses across the UK, Europe and the USA.'
Emma, from Halewood, is a five-handicap player and is now preparing for a trip to Switzerland as part of Moore's Alps Tour event.
VALE Royal Millennium Junior Golf Club's six-year-old member Alex Brim-age, of Chester, won the recent Wee Wonders national qualifier at Clays GC and now contests the second round at Celtic Manor next month.
Navjosh Dhallu, from Cuddington, was third in his Wee Wonders event at Adlington while other Moore pupils were outright winners - Lewis George won at Adlington, Billy-Joe Bugden at Ferndown and Kyle and Will Marklew at Haigh Hall.
The Millennium Club's Order Merit leader is Ray Rogers, who had 49pts after four victories, with Dan Rowlands and Navjosh Dhallu second and third in the 18-hole division.
Moore's Junior Golf Tour begins at Charleton GC, near St Andrews, on July 19. There are 11 more tournaments in the four host nations with the Masters at Canford Magna, Dorset, and the Tournament Players Championship at the Belfry. nMOORE'S schools produced two section winners at the Westminster Park Junior Open, as well as three runners-up and a third place.
Lewis George and Daniel Swales were the winners; Billy-Joe Bugden, John Drinkwater and Paul Drinkwater the runners-up and Navjosh Dhallu was third.
Anyone wishing further details of Moore's schools and development programmes can contact him on 07860 669 432.
nDANIEL Cullen, 23, who has been taking lessons from Moore for several years, took part in the Moonlight Professional Tour in Miami.
Cullen won one tournament and finished in the top 10 of five more, qualifying for events at the next level at Greenlefe.