A GOLF club which has not seen a hole-in-one for seven years had two in one day.

Robin Down, Honourary Treasurer of the golf club, said there has not been a hole-in-one at Allendale Golf Club since 2015.

However on Sunday there were two as John Martin aced the 17th and Richie Rutherford aced the 12th competing in the annual High Studdon Shield Stableford competition.

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"Not only did Richie achieve his hole-in-one but five birdies resulted in a gross score of 62, equalling his own course and narrowly missing a long putt at the last to improve it by one," said Mr Down.

"His total of 44 points, playing off a handicap of three was good enough to win the trophy, ahead of Ray Wilson in second place with 41 points and Michael English in third with 39 points.

"Played under ideal, warm and sunny conditions perfect for golf, the course has never been so well presented in the thirty years since its move to High Studdon.

"As the season end approaches, Richie and John have provided a fitting finale to another successful year at Allendale Golf Club.

"Just three club competitions remain together with the Golf in the Wild Seniors' Open for 50 plus on Thursday, September 15."