Stalwart bags four clubs for simple show

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Some people play better with fewer clubs and Bill Brannigan proved this by using a driver, six iron, pitching wedge and putter to carve his way to a nett 62.

Facing strong winds Brannigan finished four shots clear of runner up John Brown at last weekend’s Dunaverty four club competition.

However the round of the day belonged to Fraser MacBrayne, 14, who used a driver, seven iron, pitching wedge and putter to finish in third place despite having two triple bogies and double figures at one hole.

Brannigan also had the best scratch score of 73. As this was a non qualifying event there was no CSS.

Result: 1 Bill Brannigan 73-11-62, 2 John Brown 79-13-66, 3 Fraser MacBrayne 89-18-71, 4 Alex Arkell 85-13-72, 5 Ken Mac Millan 87-15-72, 6 Danny Halliday 92-19-73.