Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Albert from Lossiemouth leading Scot in 

Senior PGA pro championship

Lossiemouth-born Albert MacKenzie, the head pro at Saunton Golf Club, Devon, is the highest placed Scot after the first round of the 54-hole Senior PGA professional championship at Foxhills Golf Club, Surrey.

MacKenzie, pictured, shot a 71 to be joint second, one shot off the pace set by
Graeme Bell (Eaglescliffe) who would have a two-stroke advantage into the second round but for a double bogey at the 18th.
MacKenzie, who had an eagle 3 at the 14th, also dropped two shots late in his round with bogeys at the 17th and 18th.
Carnoustie's Fraser Mann is the next best Scot on 73 (35-38), a shot ahead of Billy Lockie (Gailes Golf Centre) and Stephen McAllister (McAllister Golf).
The field of 148 will be cut to the leading 50 and ties after the second round.
Foxhills Golf Club, Surrey
70 G Bell (Eng)
71 J Harrison (Eng), A MacKenzie (Saunton), R Tuddenham (Eng)
73 F Mann (Carnoustie GC)
74 B  Lockie (Gailes GC), S Mcallister (McAllister Golf)]
75 N Walton (Glasgow), K Hutton (Downfield)
76 I Parker (unatt)
77 R Arnott (Bishopbriggs), A J Webster (Edzell), G Harvey (Kinross), B McColl (Scotland for Golf).
78 C Elliott (Haggs Castle)
79 S Craig (Craig Golf).
83 I Butcher (Kings Acre), I Lambie (unatt).



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