Picture from Sunningdale Foursomes
Left to right: Paul Lawrie, Sweden's Linn Grant and England girl international Martha Lewis (both of whose parents are Scottish, and Craig Lawrie. The Scots, who were conceding 10 shots to the girls, lost their fourth-round tie on the 18th green.
Linn and her parents are Swedish and live in Sweden but her grandfather, James Grant, was Scottish. He was from Inverness and won the Scottish boys' championship at North Berwick in 1956. Presumably James Grant turned pro and moved to a club post in Sweden.
Pro-am pairing of Graham Powell and Henry
Smart win Sunningdale Foursomes
By COLIN FARQUHARSON
Banstead Downs Golf Club pair, professional Graham Powell and reinstated amateur Henry Smart, who knocked out the defending champions, Marco Penge and Sophie Lamb, in the second round, went on to win the 83rd Sunningale Foursomes at the Ascot venue.
Banstead Downs is at Sutton on the Surrey-South London border so they did not have far to travel every day.
Powell and Smart, who reached the last four in 2016, beat PGA pros Ryan Harrison and James Johnston by 5 and 4 in the final.
In the morning semi-finals, Powell and Smart beat Jason Kelly and Roderik Bastard 7 and 6 while Harrison and Johnston beat amateur Duncan Hodgson and former Spanish Open champion James Morrison 5 and 4.
Smart spent three years as golf coach at the College of Charleston, South Carolina.
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