Two pairs triumph at Dunaverty

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Dunaverty Golf Club.

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Glorious sunshine and a light breeze made for an enjoyable round of golf for the Dunaverty Golf Club members who participated in a new-style pairs Stableford competition last weekend.

While scores were not as high as anticipated, some good ones were recorded.

The best individual score of 39 points was posted by Graeme McLennan, who celebrated taking over as Dunaverty’s captain.

Two pairs – John Brown and Scott Cameron, and Willie Ralston and Robert Coffield – shared first place, with all four players scoring 38 points each, giving a total of 76 for each pair.

Result: Joint 1st: John Brown and Scott Cameron 76 points, and Willie Ralston and Robert Coffield 76; 2 Raymond Harvey and Don Hardman 73; 3 Sandy Watson and Alex Arkell 71; 4 Danny Halliday and Peter Paterson 70; 6 Colin Hanbidge and Bill Brannigan 68.