Thursday, November 12, 2009

Chris Currie wins West Alliance competition at The Carrick

West of Scotland Golfers' Alliance secretary
A total of 71 amateurs and 26 professionals contested the outing at The Carrick on Loch Lomond. Conditions were heavy with recent rainfall making the ground extremely wet. Poor light at the end of the day saw a number of players not finishing.
We would like to thank the mamagement, ground staff and clubhouse staff for their help on the day.
The West of Scotland's membership continues to increase with another two pros, Haggs Castle's Campbell Elliott and Barry Hume, joining us for the remainder of the season. We would particularly like to welcome Campbell as he has returned to the Alliance after a number of years' absence.
Once again, Chris Currie took first place at a WSGA competition. Five birdies and three bogeys saw Caldwell pro Chris finish with an excellent 69 over this long par-71 course.
Hayston's Stevie Gray came in later in the day to take second place with a one over par 72
One of our seniors, Cowglen's John Greene, managed a creditable net 74, playing off 12, to win the handicap prize.
Renfrew's Peter Harvey, playing off three, secured second place with a net 75.
Seniors' prize went to George Bell from Prestwick St Cuthbert. He carded a net 78 off eight.
Par 71
69 Chris Currie (Caldwell) p £110.
72 Stevie Gray (Hayston) p £80.
73 Bill Lockie (North Gailes Golf Centre) p, Ian Robertson (Dalmilling) p, £50 each.
(Prize Vouchers)
74 John Greene (Cowglen) (12) £80.
75 Peter Harvey (Renfrew) (3) £50.
76 Billy Campbell (Loudon Gowf Club) (5) £35.
77 George Brown (Kirkhill) (15) £ 25.
(Prize Vouchers)
78 George Bell (Prestwick St Cuthbert) (8) £30.
81 Tom Wallace (Calderbraes) (16) £20.
*All our handicap winners also shared the sweep money, while 15 x 2s on the day shared the amatuers 2s sweep.



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