I’ve never seen the point of foot golf – but this Devon Live story might just have changed my this morning.

Dan has written extensively over the past year about his experiences of getting to know Adam Stansfield during his time at university in Exeter, where he became something of a fanatical City fan. We’ve all grown to love Jay Stansfield since he took what must have been a very tough decision to leave his boyhood club and sign for Fulham’s academy a few years ago. There was a great deal of pride following his first steps in professional football – and the emotions were stirred by Stansfield’s return to St. James’ Park on loan.

Young Jay signed off at Exeter in style and the Stansfield name will forever be synonymous with City following the work of the Adam Stansfield foundation as well as how the club and the city rallied round the family in the aftermath of Adam’s sad passing. It remains to be sign where our young striker will be playing next season, especially as the Grecians are keen on another loan deal, but the 20 year-old – who threw himself into several community projects down in the south west last term – opened the new foot golf course in Cullompton, where a hole has been named in his Dad’s honour, this week.