His top guide is his friend and Wallasey member John Porter, his guide at Kilworth Spring where, on a count-back from Peter Hodgkinson from Stockport, Beevers won the Chairman's Cup in only his second EBGA
They are playing to win at Caldy golf club in Wirral and raise awareness and funds for the English Blind Golf Association (EBGA).
The sport is governed by the EBGA which was formed in 1982 after two blind students refused to let their sight loss prevent them from continuing to play their favourite sport.
Her other successes included winning the Irish Open at Bray, the British Open and winning the EBGA Order of Merit twice.
But she is guide co-ordinator for the EBGA and it seems she will be able to get a guide for tournaments.
A month after Susan Loudon-Reid from Meols, Wirral won the EBGA Championship at Burton, Staffordshire, its first major of the season, ex-seaman McKnight came within two points of being the outright winner of the Jack Kershaw.
The EBGA next major is the Chairmans Cup at Droitwich, Worcestershire on June 16 when McKnight and Loudon-Reid will be among the challengers.
But with her tournament guide Rex Joynes pointing her in the right direction, putting her club head behind the ball, she won the EBGA Championship at Burton, Staffordshire in commanding style.
But then, apart from EBGA tournaments when she can meet with Rex who lives in Staffordshire, she cannot practice.
She has refused to be beaten by her failing eyesight and joined the EBGA
in 1996, two years after being registered blind.