Monday, November 02, 2015

PLF mini pro series competition low scoring

David Law pips Paul Lawrie with a 64 at Montrose 
David Law shot a seven-under-par 64 to beat Paul Lawrie by a shot at Montrose Links in a Paul Lawrie Foundation mini pro series 18-hole competition.
 Craig Lawrie, Greig Hutcheon, Greg McBain and Kevin Duncan all shot 67  to tie for third place.

Michael MacDougall of the PLF writes:
David Law, hot on the heels of his final round 62 at last week's Gecko Tour event in Spain, carded a seven-under par 64 over the Championship Links at Montrose to pip Paul Lawrie by a shot.
The Challenge Tour player, who now heads to Stage 2 of the European Tour's 'Tour School', carded a flawless outward nine of 31 with back-to-back birdies at holes three and four, and again at the sixth and seventh before birdieing the ninth.
His only dropped shot of the day came at the par 4 tenth hole but he immediately followed this by carding his sixth birdie at the next.  Two further birdies at the Par 5 15th and tough Par 4 17th added up to a back nine of 33 (-2).
Paul's halves of 33 and 32 consisted of birdies at 1, 3 and 4 (front) and 10, 13, 15 & 18 (back) with just the single dropped shot at the par 4 14th.
There was a four-way tie for 3rd place as Greig Hutcheon, Craig Lawrie, Kevin Duncan and Greg McBain all shot rounds of 67 (-4).
Weather conditions were pretty much ideal, with just a little breeze that strengthened during the course of the day of beautiful autumnal sunshine.
David Law and Craig Lawrie now head to Spain (on Tuesday) for the Second Stage of the European Tour School which starts on Friday.
Michael MacDougall



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