Another successful Junior Open was on Monday 11 July and those taking part benefitted from some good weather and course conditions following the recent heavy showers.
Prize Winners were as follows
1st Scratch – Thomas Craig (Falkirk GC) 71
2nd Scratch – Thomas Humphrey (Alloa GC) 76 (bih)
3rd Scratch – Bryce Clark (Alloa GC) 76
1st Handicap David Boyce (Stirling GC) 93-27 = 66
2nd Handicap George Cannon (Falkirk GC 78-10 = 68 (bih)
3rd Handicap Fraser O'Rourke (Stirling GC) 79-11 = 68
- 1st Handicap and Kerr Trophy Shelagh Quinn and Rose Graham £50 each, Stirling 38 Points
- 2nd Handicap Carol Leddy and Sheila MacEwen £40 each, Stirling 34 points
- 3rd Handicap Kathleen Reynolds and Elizabeth Smith, £30 each Canmore 33 points (BIH)
- 4th Handicap Eleanor Cull and Mary Buchanan £20 each, Stirling 33 points
- 5th Handicap Alison Livingstone and June Sutherland £15 each, Dalmally 32 points
1st Scratch and Stirling District Trophy
- Linda Mathewson and Ann Griffin, £45 each , Stirling 21 points (BIH)
Nearest the Pin:
- Silver – Elma Leisk, Stirling £10 M&S voucher
- Nearest the Pin: Bronze nobody!
We hope to see you all next year.
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The trophy was won by Fiona and Derek Anderson who played steady golf, and scored a fine net score of 72, narrowly beating Club Captain Campbell Leggat and his partner Tricia Chillas into second place. Who were clubhouse leaders for the whole afternoon, with a gross 81, net 74. Fiona drove the ball particularly well with her new driver, and holed a number of important putts. Whilst Derek’s game improved after a poor start, hitting his fairway woods well. Despite playing in the worst of the weather, the conditions did not affect their form! They were presented with a beautiful silver trophy and vouchers from the Pro Shop.
The longest drive winners were Moneena Peebles ( 11th hole) and Graham Oxburgh (18th hole) , who each took home a bottle of wine.
The annual family foursomes competition was held on Sunday 22 May and whilst there was a disappointing turnout eight pairings enjoyed excellent weather and course conditions to take part and return some very good scores.
Two pairings returned excellent net 67.5 scores but there could be only one winner and that was father and son Iain and Ross Macfarlane who won on the better inward 9. This is the second time in three years Iain has won this event, the previous time being partnered with his daughter Alison.
Runners up were brothers Dugald and Ross Lang.
Thanks to all those who helped with the event.