Breast cancer charity in the pink after golf fundraiser

Glenralloch golf course.
The course at Tarbert Golf Club.

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Tarbert Golf Club members and guests gathered at Glenralloch last weekend for the Archie Miller breast cancer charity fundraiser.

Among the 30 players taking part were several husband-and-wife teams although divorce may be on the cards from some after the 18 holes.

The course, as always, was in superb condition, the weather turned out better than expected and the golf was pretty decent as well.

The winners were Stuart McAlister and Vez Wyroslawski with 40 points.

In second place were Peter McLean snr and Jamie Stuart on 39 and Joanne and Douglas Kerr were third on 37.

The real winner was Breast Cancer Awareness with a healthy £600 donation which was gathered in from donations and raffle contributions.

‘Well done to all who supported the event,’ said a club spokesperson. ‘A terrific effort from all involved.’

Last Sunday, the ladies met for the September Stableford with Rona Young keeping up her sparkling form to take first place with 42 points, with Joanne Kerr and Helen Samborek next with 37 points each.

Tomorrow (Saturday), there is a gents’ medal and on Sunday the junior members compete for various events including the club championship.

‘Please show your support,’ added the spokesperson.