ROSS Golf Club's 14-year-old Harry Griffiths from Ledbury will be able to look back with considerable satisfaction following his latest achievements.

Griffiths attended Gloucestershire Golf Union's annual presentation evening at Kendleshire, south Gloucestershire.

English professional and Sky Sports pundit John E Morgan made three presentations to him for his notable successes at three different age levels in the union's Jeff Hall Trophy.

The blue-ribbon event, which attracted the top junior players from all 40 affiliated clubs across Gloucestershire, was spread throughout the summer requiring entrants to perform well in eight of the 10 opens.

In his dedicated and disciplined manner and with some highly impressive play, Griffiths won junior opens at Stinchcombe Hill and Lansdown in Bath as well as being runner-up at Brickhampton to total 1,267 points.

This resulted in him topping the under 14s league table by miles while being third in the under 16s section and runner-up in the under 18s.

It could be argued the final open at Brickhampton, when fellow Ross junior vice-captain Liam Greig denied Griffiths' hat-trick of wins by a whisker, effectively prevented the teenager from winning all three sections outright.

The John Masefield High School pupil has been a model student since joining Ross' junior academy as a 28-handicapper just three years ago.

In the care of the club's Tim Hall School of Golf through his focus on practice drills and tests, Griffiths has seen his handicap plummet to five as he continually improves.

His name graces some of the honours boards in the clubhouse after winning the Bradley Court and George and Margaret Lane Cups.

Griffiths has been selected for the South West England trials at under 16s level and for the Welsh boys' under 14s squad when he starred, achieving eighth place in a competition at Cradoc in Brecon.

He has been gaining valuable experience as a consistent performer in Ross' men's adult major competitions.

In representing the club's men's A team squad Griffiths will be competing at the top level in 2018 in the North Gloucestershire Foursomes Division One League.

After leaving school he is aiming to further his ambition and qualifications in golf through the Hartpury College range of development programmes.