Stantonbury Campus and Lord Grey were celebrating having come top of the class in the annual Secondary Schools Cup held by Abbey Hill Golf Centre.
The schools were crowned champions in two events, with Stantonbury's team of Liam McNeela, Jed Arksey, Joel Gosling and Charlie Barber, picking up the 18-hole Main Course competition.
Bletchley-based Lord Grey School's triumphant team of Matthew Ashley, Zac Reeve, Adam Lardhi and Ross Andrews collected the trophy for the Par-3 championship at Abbey Hill - part of BGL Golf, the UK's leading golf course owner and operator.
Twenty-nine children aged between 12 and 18 from five schools around Milton Keynes - also including Denbigh, St Paul's and Pottersbury Lodge - took part in the competitions staged on Abbey Hill's Main Course and the Par-3 Short Course, a nine-hole course perfect for those starting out in the game.
The public pay-and-play centre's expert PGA Professionals were also on hand to conduct free lessons for both children and their teachers.
Following the event there also a fun competition between the teachers of the five schools over Abbey Hill's Pirate Island Adventure Golf, an 18-hole themed course requiring only a putter to navigate the ball around the course festooned with obstacles, such as a huge signature ship and waterfalls, lakes, streams and islands, with rafts, treasure chests, cannons and decorative crocodiles.
Jason Savage, PE teacher at Stantonbury Campus said: "Both the Par-3 and 18-hole competitions were well organised and played in a great spirit. The less experienced players - including teachers - greatly benefitted from group lessons with Abbey Hill's excellent PGA Professionals.
"Both children and the teachers from Stantonbury Campus thoroughly enjoyed the day and we cannot wait to come back and compete in next year's competition."
Robin Cheng, Abbey Hill Golf Centre PGA Professional, who organised the event, said: "This was the second time we have held the Secondary Schools Cup and once again it proved to be a great success.
"We had 29 children competing over our two courses with those who have played golf before going out on the Main Course, and those new to the game taking on the challenge of the Par-3 Short Course."
The competition saw teams of four competing, with the best three scores on each hole counting towards the overall total score.
Stantonbury Campus shot an impressive 197, a full 16 shots ahead of second placed St Paul's who had 213, three shots ahead of third placed Denbigh.
The Par-3 contest was slightly closer with Lord Grey scoring 138, just two shots ahead of Stantonbury Campus, who came very close to making it a double celebration.
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