Haywood captures Patricia Matthew Mother’s Day Golf Championship

Walcott “Wally” Haywood (right) receives his winners’ trophy from Patricia Matthew
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One of the country’s top chefs, Walcott “Wally” Haywood, cooked up a storm on the golf course over the weekend as he swung his way to the top of the podium in the third annual Patricia Matthew Mother’s Day Golf Championship at Cedar Valley. 

With the right ingredients in hand, head chef “Wally” Haywood of Big Banana Restaurant was in fine form in the fairways and on the greens, as he smoked his rivals to win the coveted title on Sunday.

The 15-handicapper shot an 18-hole score of 87 to claim the top prize, finishing two shots clear of Paullus Martin of Harney Motors.

Aubrey Matthew, who ended the contest with a tally of 92, was awarded the third place trophy.

The event, which was held one week later than usual, also saw Haywood claiming honors in two other categories. He was victorious in the closest to the pin contest on hole number 15 and he was miles ahead of his competition in the long drive exercise.

Former LIAT pilot Kori Robertson won the closest to the pin on the second hole.

The tournament was sponsored by Tucker on the Grill with support also coming from Subway Restaurant.

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