Saturday, March 26, 2016

Scott Stewart-Cation wins on "1836 Tour"

Kingsbarns Pro Academy player Scott Stewart-Cation has had a successful week on the "1836 Tour" with a sixth place at West Lancs GC on Monday and a victory at Mottram Hall yesterday as a warm-up for the Alps Tour which begins in April . 
Cation is lying third on the 1836 Tour money list with £1,275 to his credit.
He shared a £200 bonus for the best aggregate over the rounds at West Lancs and Mottram Hall


Billy Spooner and Scott Cation tied for first at Mottram Hall with two under par 70s on a day when the course was playing long, especially the back nine. 
Cation, having played well at West Lancs, was out in 34 with four birdies and two bogeys. One bogey and a birdie at the last saw him home in a creditable level to set the pace on 70. 
Billy Spooner, playing his 3rd event as a pro, had a remarkable finish for his 70. Out in 35 he had two bogeys to move one over but holed a 50 yard second shot for an eagle at the 15th to go two under for his round but gave them straight back with a double at the tough 17th. 
That did not deter him as he made his second eagle of the day at the par five last.
Sam Connor, fresh from playing in the scorching heat of Kenya, tied third with Callum Tarren and Gareth Evans on level par 72. The next event is at St Annes Old Links on Friday, April 1 where we currently have 40 entries.



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