PG STEVENSON WIN FOR JOHN JNR
The par fives, two and nine, fell to birdie fours and the fifth took a shot back to leave Jihn with 19 points for the first half of his round. The return leg gave the same 19 points result with a very similar pattern; birdie three at thirteen, bogey four at fourteen and a birdie four at seventeen, two under par gross and 38 points lodged.
Michael Clements was just a point back on 37 with a nice two to his credit at six. This helped him to 20 points out. The end of the back nine was the telling stage for Michael as he slipped in a birdie three at sixteen but finished with a double bogey six at the last to add just 17 for the inward nine to miss out by a point. Third spot was occupied by J Frazer on 35 points. Just 15 were scored in an outward nine which included a couple of double bogeys. A two dropped in at thirteen and this helped to gather another 20 for the back nine.
Best Gross winner was a 76 from P Cameron, this included three birdies at par fives and a three at sixteen. He also opened and closed his account with double bogey sixes.