Scores close in Dunaverty’s February medal

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Thirty-six members took part in Dunaverty Golf Club’s February medal on a calm crisp day and only three shots covered the top six places.

Early starter Matthew Ralston, continuing his recent good form, set the target with an excellent nett score of 63 but this was surpassed by young Scott Cameron, one of the Lochgilphead members, who came in one better than Matthew.

This looked to be a winner until Malcolm Ronald teed off and recorded a superlative nett 60 to take the win and qualify for this year’s Muneroy Cup.

Ross Sinclair had the best scratch score of the day with a 66.

Result: 1 Malcolm Ronald 78-18=60, 2 Scott Cameron 87-25=62 (bih), 3 Alex Arkell 76-14=62, 4 Ross Sinclair 66-3=63 (bih), 5 Matthew Ralston 82-19=63 (bih), 6 Peter Paterson 83-20=63.

Tomorrow (Saturday), the club is set to host a bounce Stableford.