WESSEX Golf Centre’s Michael Watson shared third behind behind dominant winner Toby Hunt in the PGA West Captain’s Charity event at Filton.

Talented young Welshman Hunt (St Mellons) achieved back-to-back victories after winning at Cumberwell Park in the Sprint Series for young players followed by further success at Filton the next day.

He dominated Giuseppe Licata’s big day with a scintillating six-under-par 64, starting with six successive birdies and remained two shots clear of Lee Corfield (Burnham and Berrow). Paul Jones (Ashley Wood) and Watson shared third on 67.

Leading Devon player Paul Hendriksen (Ivybridge) was fifth, one shot further back, while Scott Drummond from Plymouth, George Ryall (Mendip Spring) and Ashley Mansell (Clevedon) continued their impressive early season form in sixth.

Hunt’s total of eight birdies helped his team of Darren Mcgee, Mark Ford and Ian Wilde claim the team award on a 19-under-par 91.

David Finch (Cleeve Hill) was second on 90 with Oliver Finch, Dave Jervis and Andy Creswell, while Louis Boston (Chippenham) and Chris Foran, Rich Slade and Rob Howard were third a further shot behind.

Licata’s charity this year is Southmead Hospital in Bristol. He said: ”I just want to thank everybody who made it such a great day.

“I think we could have raised between £3,000 and £4,000.”