Dalziel takes Dunaverty’s November Medal

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Dunaverty Golf Club’s November Medal was played in cool, dry conditions and led to some very good scoring.

Thirty-one members finished the course and the result could not have been tighter with the winner being decided on a better inward half.

Bobby Dalziel, out in the first group, covered the front nine in 34 strokes and the back in 37 to finish with a nett 60.

In the following group, Willie Ralston turned in one of his best performances to equal Bobby’s nett score.

Graeme McLennan also had a good round to post a nett 61.

Lowest gross of the day was achieved by Haydn Chambers who carded a scratch 70. Bobby took the top spot by virtue of half a stroke on the inward half from Willie.

Result: 1 Bobby Dalziel 71-11=60 (bih), 2 Willie Ralston 82-22=60, 3 Graeme McLennan 84-23=61, 4 Alex Arkell 78-14=64 (bih), 5 Haydn Chambers 70-6=64, 6 John Docherty 73-7=66.