Monday, September 26, 2016

Lloyd and Fox go lowest on first day of 

Highland Links pro-am over three courses

Chris Lloyd and Graham Fox (Clydeway Golf) had the lowest scores of the day - 64 apiece - in the first round of the £46,600 Highland Links pro-am over three courses: Royal Dornoch, Nairn and Castle Stuart.
With Royal Dornoch a par 70, Nairn a par 71, and Castle Stuart a 72, it will be Thursday before the pieces of the Tartan Tour's golfing jigsaw come together and tell us the winners when they have all played the three classic links courses.
Chris Lloyd had his 64 at Castle Stuart which puts him a eight under par.
Graham Fox had his 64 at Nairn - a seven-under-par score.
Nice to see Blairgowrie's Bradley Neil well up the leaderboad with a 66 at Castle Stuart, a six-under-par score. Bradley must have boosted his confidence by winning a European Tour Qualifying School Stage 1 event in Austria last week.

Par 72
64 Chris Lloyd (unatt)
66 Bradley Neil (unatt)
67 Greig Hutcheon (PLGC Inchmarlo)
68 Tom Kalinowski (unatt)
70 Jack McDonald (unatt), Daniel Young (unatt)
71 Kenny Hutton (Downfield)
72 James McGhee (Whitehill House)
Par 70
65 Paul O'Hara (North Lanarkshire Leisure)
67 Alex Belt (Snainton)
68 Gavin Hay (Grantown on Spey), Alastair Forsyth (Mearns Castle), Graeme Brown (Montrose Links), Gareth Wright (West Linton)
70 Scott Henderson (Kings Links), Zac Saltman (Archerfield Links), Elliot Saltman (Archerfield Links), Andrew Scrimshaw (Close House), Chris Kelly (Taymouth Castle), Gordon Stewart (Cawder)
 Par 71
64 Graham Fox (Clydeway Golf)
68 Greg McBain (Newmachar)
69 Chris Currie (Caldwell), Alan Welsh (Cathkin Braes), Philip Price (Wales), David Orr (Eastwood), Mark Hillson (Kilconquhar Castle), Paul Robinson (Largs)
70 Paul Wardell (North Berwick)
71 Ryan O'Neill (Penwortham)



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