Friday, October 31, 2008

Hutcheon & Kinloch twins
team up to play in Scottish
Seniors Spanish Festival

Monifieth's golfing Hutcheon twins - Ian and Fred - are teaming up to play in the "doubles" competition which is the opening event of the Scottish Seniors Golfing Society's Spanish Festival at Hacienda del Alamo Golf Resort, Murcia next week.
That's Ian, by the way, pictured right by Cal Carson Golf Agency, standing outside Monifieth Golf Club.
And they are not the only twins in action over the Dave Thomas-designed course which Ryder Cup player Miguel Angel Jimenez calls home and at which North-east loon Billy Sim, that well known Deveronvale FC share-holder, is the Director of Golf. Jim and Peter Kinloch from Cardross, joint secretaries and treasurers of the Scottish Seniors Golfing Society, are also twinning up for the "doubles."
SSGS vice-captain Keith Howie tells me that the first round of the "doubles" will be a better-ball, four-ball. The second round will be a greensome. So now you know. Thanks for the information, Keith, who is going to E-mail back the daily scores from Hacienda del Alamo for display on
The main event of the week is the 54-hole Murcia Seniors Open which tees off on Thursday.
Other competitors at the inaugural Festival include former Scottish and Spanish seniors champion Gordon MacDonald (Callander), the captain of the SSGS, and past Walker Cup player Sandy Pirie (Hazlehead). Also competiting is the current Scottish seniors champion Bob Stewart (Tulliallan).
Starting times:
"DOUBLES" First round.
First tee
9.0 John McDonald & Richard Gray, David Smith & Alan MacNaught.
9.10 David Millar & Peter MacDonald, Basil Griffiths & Peter Barnett.
9.30 Ian Hutcheon & Fred Hutcheon, Ian Taylor & Keith Howie.
9.30 Jim Kinloch & Peter Kinloch, Drew Wilson & Jim Graham.
9.40 Gordon MacDonald & Sandy Pirie, George Paterson & Robbie Nairn.
9.50 Dougal Chalmers & Ronald MacDonald, Les Fowler & Colin Stewart.

10.0 Neil Campbell & Martin Cockburn, Donald Love & partner.
10.10 Andrew Laird & Norman Forster, Ian Donaldson & Finlay Jardine.
10.20 William Grant & Sven Oestergaard, John Lang & Ken Hannah.
10.30 Ian McLean & David Williams, Ian Burrows & Tony Keyhoe.
10th tee
9.0 David Doodson & Ian Hunter, Bill McKenzie & Bill Methven.
9.10 Ken Lumsden & Alan Williamson, Alasdair Brown & Hugh Gilmour.
9.20 Derek Sim & Malcolm Sim, Brian Smith & Ian Jeen.
9.30 George Rodaks & Ian Brotherston, Billy Wallace & Peter Barclay.
9.40 Derek Murphy & Bob Stewart, James Johnston & Ken Forrest.
9.50 Jim Roy & Brian Kidd, Donnie Lee & Tom Allan.

10.0 Vic Trojan & Steve Edwards, Jim Pagan & Bob Lee.
19.10 Bruce Webster & Dave Townsend, Bob Mackie & Roy Francey.
10.20 Peter Green & Stephen Haskins, Alan Nelson & Norm Williamson.
Three rounds, November 6 to 8.
First tee
9.0 Peter MacDonald, Brian Kidd, Keith Howie.
9.08 David Doodson, Neil Campbell, Vic Trojan.
9.16 David Millart, Iain Jeen, Les Fowler.
9.24 Robbie Nairn, Alan Williamson, Colin Stewart.
9.32 Ian Hutcheon, Basil Griffiths, Peter Kinloch.
9.40 Sandy Pirie, George Rodaks, Brian Smith.
9.48 Jim Kinloch, Fred Hutcheon, Bob Stewart.
9.56 James Johnston, Gordon MacDonald, Jim Graham.
10.04 Ian Brotherston, Finlay Jardine, Derek Murphy.
10.12 John McDonald, David Smith, Ian Taylor.
10.20 George Paterson, Ken Forrest, Derek Sim.
10.28 Drew Wilson, Richard Gray, Alan MacNaught.
10th tee
9.0 Billy Wallace, Jim Roy, Malcolm Sim.
9.08 Bill Methven, Andrew Laird, Ken Lumsden.
9.16 Norman Forster, Ian Hunter, William Grant.
9.25 Roy Francey, Jim Pagan, Bob Mackie.
9.32 Donnie Lee, Peter Barclay, Tom Allan.
9.40 Sven Oestergaard, Dave Townsend, Peter Barnett.
9.48 Alasdair Brown, Bruce Webster, Bob Lee.
9.56 Ken Hannah, John Lang, Ronald MacDonald.
10.04 Dougal Chalmers, Hugh Gilmour, Steve Edwards.
10.12 Bill McKenzie, Martin Cockburn, Ian Donaldson.
10.20 Donald Love, Alan Nelson, Norman Williamson.



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