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Bain’s team on top in closely fought summer season opener at Reay


By Alan Hendry

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Socially distanced competitors who took part in the Captain versus Vice-Captain challenge at Reay Golf Club at the weekend.
Socially distanced competitors who took part in the Captain versus Vice-Captain challenge at Reay Golf Club at the weekend.

The summer golf season at Reay is up and running following the traditional Captain versus Vice-Captain fixture held on Saturday.

In breezy and chilly conditions, a total of 11 matches were played between teams representing club captain Andy Bain and his vice-captain Colin Paterson. In a very closely fought affair, it was Bain’s team who emerged victorious by six matches to five.

Reay captain Andy Bain hitting the first tee shot of the summer season, while vice-captain Colin Paterson looks on.
Reay captain Andy Bain hitting the first tee shot of the summer season, while vice-captain Colin Paterson looks on.

The club is offering free "come and try" sessions open to all ladies and gents on Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm throughout April. No previous golfing experience is required, and equipment will be provided.

The RJ McLeod Open scramble, originally scheduled for Saturday, April 10, has been postponed for a week and will now be played on April 17.


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