Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Drumoig assistant wins Midland Alliance reduced to 15 holes at Gleneagles
week's Midland Golfers’ Alliance competition at Gleneagles Hotel's Kings Course was reduced to 15 holes because fog delayed the start.
Jordan Brown, assistant professional at Drumoig, ad the best scratch score of the day - a one-under-par 55.
In the handicap section, Chris Westland (Alloa), playing off 10, won with a net score of 55.
Shot of the day was achieved by Jim Crawford (Dunblane New), an eight-handicapper, who holed in one at the 149yd fifth hole.
15 holes
55                 Jordan Brown                      Drumoig ap
58                 Paul Brookes                        Pitreavie p
59                 Keir McNicoll                      Carnoustie ap, Ron Walker (Lundin)  p.
60                 Stuart McKendrick             Dunkeld and Birnam
61                 Tom McLevy                      Blairgowrie
                     Grant Jenkins                      Crieff
                     Gary Tough                         Edzell
                     Craig Armstrong                 Burntisland Golf House
                     Joe Smith                             Lundin
                     Ian Murray                           Leven Thistle
                     Barry Hynd                          Pitreavie
55                 Chris Westland                    Alloa (10)
56                 Andrew Crichton                 Muckhart (14)
57                 Grant Jenkins                       Crieff (4)
58                 Ray Barton                           Alloa (10)
59                 John Baxter  (Lundin) (4), Joe Smith (Lundin) (2), Ian Jeen (St Andrews New) (3), Ian Murray  (Leven Thistle) (2),
Bernard Harrower (Dunfermline) (11), Jim Crawford (Dunblane New) (8), Barry Hynd (Pitreavie) (2)
Next Meeting 
Wednesday, November 7
Graham Pest Control Pro Am
Fairmont Hotel, St Andrews
Lee Sutherland



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