Golf: Child Charlie Rate wins scholarship prize

Cosby head expert Anders Mankert has actually announced the winner of his 12-month scholarship.
It is the fourth he has offered to a young golf enthusiast.
Mankert, a PGA Fellow, received a record number of 252 entries from throughout Leicestershire, Rutland and the Midlands.
He was assisted in the evaluating procedure by snooker ace Willie Thorne and Leicester Tigers legend Geordan Murphy.
Fifteen-year-old Charlie Price, a 12-handicap member of Rugby GC, will now receive free training and mentoring.
Mankert said: "Charlie is highly passionate and I am sure we will work well together to see him progress.
"We are both anticipating a successful spell, and I will do all I can to assist him to improve and reduce his handicap over the next couple of months.
"I will also give him all the other aid and guidance he may require, consisting of on fitness, diet and nutrition, preparing for competitions and course management.".
Two county children were runners-up. Oliver Lewis (Kibworth), aged 15, with a handicap of nine, and 13-year-old Harvey Lloyd-Williams (Market Harborough), off 25.


Massive Basking Shark Identified Off Palos Verdes Coast

A huge basking shark was spotted in the waters off the Palos Verdes coast on Sunday.
YouTube user Nicole Smith published a video online, stating she and other whale watchers spotted the shark off the Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles aboard the Triumphant, operated by Harbor Breeze Cruises.
The shark was spotted on 2 Triumphant cruises Sunday and estimated to be 28 feet long, GrindTV reported.
Basking sharks are the second biggest fish types, behind the whale shark, growing to as long as 40 feet.
The sharks are filter feeders and their diet is comprised of plankton. The sharks position no risk to people.
Basking sharks have actually been found throughout the world s cold and temperate seas, though seldom in Southern California.

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