Weather improves for delayed Dunaverty medal

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The wind and rain which blighted play the previous week took a break for Dunaverty Golf Club’s delayed January medal competition last Saturday.

A dry, mild and calm day helped the participants produce some good scores.

Whilst the winner was out on his own, the next five places were close with four competitors returning the same score and placings having to be decided on better inward halves.

Kieran McGeachy earned himself a cut in his handicap by returning an excellent nett 58 to win on the day. He was followed closely by the consistent Bobby Dalziel with a nett 62.

The next four all carded nett 64s and had to be separated by their inward scores with one place being decided on the last six holes.

Ross Sinclair had the best scratch score with a 67.

Result: 1 Kieran McGeachy 84-26=58, 2 Bobby Dalziel 72-10=62, 3 Roddy MacDonald 70-6=64 (best last six), 4 Ross Sinclair 67-3=64 (bih), 5 Robert Coffield 73-9=64 (bih), 6 Sandy Watson 75-11=64.