Saturday, January 31, 2015

Gordon Hay's 80 good enough to win at windy Spey Bay

The first North Scottish Golfers' Alliance fixture of the year, at Spey Bay on Saturday, was marred by a wind gusting at 50 to 60mph. 
Gordon Hay from Grantown was able to win the main scratch award despite returning a nine-over-par 80 which included only one birdie, at the sixth.

80 G H Hay (Grantown)
81 J S D Campbell (Grantown), N McWilliam (Elgin)
83 J R Ingram (Boat of Garten)
84 R Harrower (Boat of Garten) p.
85 A Cameron (Fortrose and Rosemarkie), G Mackenzie (Moray), S Wilson (Inverness)
86 A Casey (Moray)
87 W Donnelly (Fortrose and Rosemarkie)
88 R H Stewart (Torvean);
89 I Hamilton (Elgin)
90 D R Mackellar (Grantown), R G Macpherson (Moray), W Rusk (Nairn), R Kinnaird (Grantown)

91 K Barnett (Torvean), A Waterson (Grantown)
92 S Duncan (Moray)
93 D Ross (Boat of Garten); S Taylor (Boat of Garten)
94 R Innes (Torvean)
96 A Thom (Grantown), L Hutchison (Inverness)

97 W Hutchison (Inverness), D McWilliam (Elgin), L Duncan (Elgin)
98  J Macdonald (Inverness)
99 D Thom (Grantown)

Class 1
77 J R Ingram (Boat of Garten) (6)
82 G Mackenzie (Moray) (3), S Wilson (Inverness) (3)
83 R G Macpherson (Moray) (7)
84 W Donnelly (Fortrose and Rosemarkie) (3), R Kinnaird (Grantown) (6)
Class 2

76 A Casey (Moray) (10)
79 D Ross (Boat of Garten) (14)
80 I Hamilton (Elgin) (9), W Rusk (Nairn) (10)
82 S Taylor (Boat of Garten) (11), D R Mackellar (Grantown) (8)



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