TALENTED young golfer Jack Head landed a hole in one when he took part in the Stourbridge Junior Open at Stourbridge Golf Club.

The 10-year-old, who plays off 34, landed the memorable shot on the 147-yard, par three, hole nine.

The Hagley Primary School pupil has only been playing for three years and only started playing competitively this year.

His dad Jon said: "It's all really great experience for him at the moment and he was ecstatic to get a hole in one. It's brilliant for him.

"He came last overall but that was always going to be the case because he lost 10 shots due to his handicap and was playing off adult tees against others aged 15 and 16.

"In the end he won a Hugo Boss watch for the hole in one which is worth more than if he'd have won the whole thing. But it's all about the memory and the achievement.

"It took me until last year to get my first hole in one and I'm 50 now.

"When he hit it we knew it was close but you could only see the top of the flag from the tee. Looking at the green, it must have pitched, hit the flag and just dropped in."