Wednesday 21st July – The McLintock Cup
An elegant Edwardian cup presented to the club in 1908, ‘The McLintock’ is one of our oldest trophies and although thought of as the ‘warm up’ for our open weekend, it is in itself a prestigious event. 36 played in this years version and despite the tricky conditions presented by a sun baked (we don’t often get the chance to say that) course scoring at the top of the leaderboard was good. Cameron Hill, fresh from his runners up spot in the Raymond Curtis, went one better this time to win with a net 59.
1st Cameron Hill (15) – 59
2nd Sandy Pringle (14) – 60 acb
3rd David Morrison (9) – 60 acb
4th Robert McNaught (17) – 60 acb
Scott Adair produced the best scratch score with a well worked 66 that began with an eagle 2 at the 1st. The remaining 2s came from Graeme Crichton at the 2nd, Neil Richardson at the 7th and David Morrison, Brian Murray and Scott Murray all at the 17th.