Tarbert championship tees off

Glenralloch golf course.
Tarbert Golf Club.

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Tarbert Golf Club’s championship got underway at Glenralloch last Saturday and typically the rain also arrived.

Despite the overhead conditions, the greens were in superb condition. Angus MacFarlane took full advantage of this with a level par 66 to take the clubhouse lead, with John MacNab and Iain Macalister shooting 71 respectively to move into second place.

The same trio lead the nett trophy on 63.

The weather was much improved on Sunday with morning starter Angus MacFarlane adding a 73 to his 66 for a 139 aggregate after 36 holes.

John MacNab had the best round of the day with a 69 to move into second place on 140 with defending champion Kenny MacFarlane on 146.

In the nett trophy, John is in the lead on 124, followed by Bruce McLean on 127 and Iain Johnstone Jnr and Kenny MacFarlane on 128.

The final two rounds take place this weekend along with the senior championship and second round of the John Reid Quaich.