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A fine spring day with a brisk breeze greeted Dunaverty’s members in their April medal and some excellent scores were recorded.
None more so than Campbell MacBrayne. Despite a lengthy absence from the links, Campbell showed that he had lost none of his skill over the eighteen holes of the Dunaverty course.
He shot a front nine total of 34 and with a 35 on the inward nine to record a nett 60 to deny an inform Alistair McConnachie, Ken MacMillan and Neil Brodie, all on 62, the top spot.
Alistair also had a scratch 69, but having voluntarily cut his handicap from nine to seven just failed to match Campbell.
A Dunaverty spokesperson said: ‘Thanks to greenkeepers, David Scullion and Robert Irvine, the course was in superb condition.’
Result; 1 Campbell MacBrayne 69-9=60, 2 Alistair McConnachie 69-7=62(bih), 3 Ken MacMillan 80-18=62(bih) 4 Neil Brodie 75-13=62,
5 Robert Coffield 77-10=67(bih), 6 Donald Brown (SE) 86-19=67.
Alistair and Campbell had the joint best scratch of 69 and the CSS was 64,