Thursday, March 30, 2017

PGA in Scotland Winter Four-ball better ball at Nairn GC

Everett and Savage win PGA better-ball event

at Nairn with a seven-under 64

Craig Everett and Stewart Savage (Dalmuir) made a worthwhile journey up North from Scotland's Central Belt to win the PGA in Scotland's Winter Four-ball tournament at the classic links of Nairn Golf Club.
Everett and Savage won £300 between them with a better ball of seven-under-par 64 but even a score as good gave them only a one-stroke victory at the head of a field of 12 pairs.
Runners-up were the local partnership of Fraser Cromarty and Sean Burgess with a 65 who earned £200.
Sean Fay and Gary Dingwall, who came down from one famous links - Royal Dornoch - to another in Nairn, finished third with a 66. They earned £125 between them.

par 71. Length: 6,441 yards

64 Craig Everett and Stewart Savage (Dalmuir) (£300).

65 Fraser Cromarty (Nairn) and Sean Burgess (Nairn) (£200).

66 Sean Fay (Royal Dornoch) and Gary Dingwall (Royal 
     Dornoch) (£125)

68 Jamie Treasurer (Loch Ness and Martin Piggot (Loch Ness),
     Murray Urquhart (Nairn) and Greig Hutcheon (Paul Lawrie
     Golf Centre Inchmarlo) (£42.50 each pair).

69 Mel Douglas (Inverness) and Alistair Thomson (Inverness),
     Craig Goodwin (Strathlene) and Sam Griffiths (Dunes Golf

71 James Calam (Duff House Royal) and Gavin Still (Turriff),
     Derek Ramsay (Moray) and Rodger Clarke (Golf Dedication

72 Gary Lister (Nairn Dunbar) and Stephen Gray (Lanark),
      Fergus Smith (Great Western Golf) and Craig Haugh

75 David Grindell (Inverness) and Ross Black (Inverness)



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