This week saw four competitions at the club. The Gents Monthly Stableford started the ball rolling on Wednesday with Lewis MacBean top of the heap with 43 points, Colin Campbell second with 40 and Bill Baird third with 39. On Thursday the Ladies Eclectic third round took place and Aisne Imperiale, Maureen Thomas and Esther Stoddart were the top three on the day but how will the scores affect the overall standings? The updated eclectic table will be posted soon. Saturday saw a reduced field in the Landmark Quaich with Finn Thurlbeck, Ann Rae and Mark Street taking the trophy from Jono Baldwin, Lorna Moore and Amanda Shepherd. Finally the Gents finished the week with the June Medal. Top spot went to Kevin Taylor with a very fine net 60, followed by Stewart Taylor with 64 and Andy Murray, Alfie Roberts and Ken Mackenzie all finishing with 66.
Well done to all who took part this week.
The story of this weeks action. The ladies played their June Medal on Thursday 10th of June and Shona Rankin came out on top with a net score of 74 followed by Amanda Shepherd with 79 and both Ruth Walker and Helen Lorimer finished with 80. Sunday 13th June saw the gents and the ladies in an extra stableford competition. In the ladies Ruth Walker triumped with 35 points, Amanda Shepherd came second with 30 points and Esther Stoddart was third with 29. In the gents competition Mark Street was the winner with 43 points from Lewis MacBean with 42 points and Andy Fraser third with 41.
The latest round of the Gents Eclectic was played under a hot sun on Wednesday 2nd June with 14 golfers trying to improve on their scores from the last two rounds. Check the latest standings by clicking ECLECTIC.
The Ladies and Gents Medals were held under blue skies and warm sun on Sunday 30th May. Ruth Walker took the top spot in the Ladies section with a net score of 75 from Amanda Shepherd also with 75 and Helen Lorimer was third with 79. In the Gents section Mark Street was the victor with a net 68, second was David Forsyth with 69 and Jock Clark third also with 69.
Two Stableford competitions this week. First on Wednesday when 15 golfers battled rain showers in the monthly Stableford. Nigel Grant posted 44 points to win from Ken Malcolm with 42 and Kevin Taylor also with 42. The second Stableford took place on Sunday with the William Taylor Memorial Trophy and Malcolm Sclater just edged out Alan Watson on count back both with 44 points and Jono Baldwin just edging out David Forsyth on count back on 41.
The Gents Extra medal held on Sunday 16th May welcomed 20 golfers to battle for top spot. Eight golfers managed to return net scores under par but no one could match the outstanding round of net 59 by Calum Forsyth who finished eight shots clear of second place Colin Campbell and third place Mark Street both with net 67. Well done to all who took part.
The Gents May Medal took place on Sunday 9th May with 13 golfers taking on the course and each other. The victory went to Jono Baldwin who backed up his Twa Bridges triumph with an impressive card of 65. Andy Fraser (66) and Bob Pattillo (66) made up the top three. Click RESULTS to see the full table.
A beautiful day and a good looking course greeted the two man teams on Sunday morning as the Gents Greensomes took place. With the interesting format calling for a more tactical approach to the course, it was team Boxx/Sclater who lead the way followed by team Gray/Walker in second and Baldwin/Street making the up the top three. Thank you to Malcolm Sclater for his continued sponsorship of this event.
With the course looking good on a beautiful sunny day the gents April stableford competition took place on Wednesday. From the field of 13, Calum Forsyth used his intimate knowledge of the course to post a winning total of 43 points, Robin Pollock came second with 42 and Mark Street third with 40. To see the final results click STABLEFORD for a more detailed analysis go to the results post.
The challenge of the Gents April Medal was taken up by 20 brave golfers. Tony Harper was victorious with a net 66 closely followed by Alfie Robert also 66 and Stewart Taylor on 67. For the rest, maybe next time will be your day. Click RESULTS to see the scoreboard.
With the cancellation on the Stableford competition on Sunday due to frosty weather, the spotlight turned to the opening eclectic round. Frosty conditions delayed the start to the proceedings but eventually 21 golfers competed throughout Wednesday. Star of the show was Finn Thurlbeck with a stunning net 63 just edging out Colin Campbell on countback with Alfie Roberts completing the top three. Click ECLECTIC to view the action hole-by-hole.