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A quartet of Dunaverty player’ trip north was rewarded with victory in the Carradale AM-Am.
All weathers challenged the teams last Sunday and the Dunaverty players were thoroughly soaked, in the middle of the day, but beat off their fellow competitors.
They won the Torrisdale Cup and Glen Scotia prizes presented by the distillery’s manager, Iain McAlister, along with gents captain Duncan Munro and ladies captain Anne Storm.
1 Peter McCallum, Elizabeth Marrison, Margaret McFarlane and Denise
Fawcett (Dunaverty) – 53 points; 2 Derek Milne, David Kirkland, Hazel Kirkland and Mairi Milne (Old Ranfurly) – 58 BIH; 3 David Ritchie, Pat Ritchie, Jamie Campbell and Lorna Campbell (Carradale) – 58.
Nearest the pins: 10th: Craig Ramsay, 17th Peter McCallum. In two at the 4th: ladies: Jennifer Owen; gents: Alistair Howseman. Longest drive at 18th: ladies: Laura McGeachy, gents: Jamie Campbell.
A Carradale golf club spokesperson said: ‘A big thank you to Glen Scotia who sponsored the event, competitors taking part in very trying conditions and the backroom support team.
‘Well done also to Robert Strang for all the course preparations and we hope the course dries out quickly for you.’