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Jones hits a hole in one but Baker’s the top man at Muswell Hill Golf Club

PUBLISHED: 17:36 15 July 2014 | UPDATED: 17:36 15 July 2014

Julian Jones got a hole in one at the 14th at Muswell Hill Golf Club's championship qualifier

Julian Jones got a hole in one at the 14th at Muswell Hill Golf Club's championship qualifier

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Julian Jones scored a hole in one during Muswell Hill Golf Club’s championship qualifier at the weekend – but it was Rowan Baker who won the competition.

Baker completed the course in 73 shots, ahead of second-placed Nick Clarke and Paul Tueton, who shot 75 and 76 respectively, with the top 16 players going through to the matchplay stage.

The Mid-Handicap Championship was also held, over 36 holes, and Colum Elliott-Kelly hit 85 in his first round and 82 in his second to win with a total score of 167.

Alden Knott was second after posting scores of 81 and 88 for a total of 169, and Neal Smart was third as his rounds of 90 and 83 gave him 173 overall.

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