Saturday, August 06, 2016

Malcolm Pennycott sets pace with a 67 

at Leven Gold Medal

By Colin Farquharson
Royal Burgess Society member Malcolm Pennycott, originally from Arran, made the early running in the Leven Gold Medal 72-hole Order of Merit tournament at the Fife links today.
He shot a four-under-par 67 with birdies at the second, third, eighth, 11th, 12th and 13th in halves of 32 and 35. He had two bogeys - at the first and 10th.
Snapping at his heels are Alasdair MacDougall (St Andrews New), twice winner of the Tennant Cup, another four-round Order of Merit counter, and Clive MacLean (Balmore) with 68 apiece.
MacDougall had halves of 33-35 while MacLean saddled himself with a double bogey 6 which took the shine off a six-birdie scorecard of 36-33.
Euan McIntosh (Turnhouse) had four birdies in a row after the turn in returning a 69.

Leven Golfing Society, Fife
Par 71
67 M Pennycott (Royal Burgess)
68 A MacDougall (St Andrews New), C MacLean (Balmore)
69 E McIntosh (Turnhouse), K Godsman (Moray), M S Smyth (Royal Troon), A Carrick (Douglas Park0
70 J Johnston (Ayr Belleisle), C Low (Tantallon), P Dorrian (Greenock), B Hume (Haggs Castle)
71 G Wishart (Lundin), M Naysmith (Dalmahoy).
72 C H Macneal (Prestwick), S Rennie (Drumpellier), J Wright (Forres), R Brydon (Bruntsfield Links), D Mitchell jun (Leven Th), C Lamb (Newmachar), S Roger (Cruden Bay), S Walter (West Linton).
73 J Shaw (Boat of Garten), A Thurlow (Murrayfield), N Peoples (Royal Lytham), M Napier (Turnhouse), E Wood (Crow Wood)
74 R A White (Leven GS), B Henderson (Deeside), T Kerr (Shrewsbury), A Hunter (Pitreavie).



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