GOLF: Ladies prove too good at Bighouse Estate Open at Reay
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Sunday saw Reay Golf Club hosting the Bighouse Estate Open Scramble with teams of three and four competing over a breezy links.
Top spot was claimed by the team of Nicola Campbell, Heather Campbell, Joy Fraser and Rosalind McQuaker.
The quartet posted an excellent round of 81 giving them a nett score of 53.
The ladies played steady golf with halves of 42 and 39, with a birdie at the 14th the highlight of their round.
Second place was claimed by the team of Mike Halliday, Jack Halliday, James Halliday and Adam Gunn.
They fired birdies at the 12th and 14th on their way to a score of 70 for nett 54.
Three teams posted rounds of nett 55, with the team of Fred Groves, Alex Anderson, David A Craig and Colin Struthers claiming third place on countback after birdies at the 3rd, 6th, 8th, 12th and 18th helped them to a round of 66.
The Nuvia September Medal saw youngster Owen Bain produce a fantastic round of 77 for nett 63 and the win.
Andy Bain took second place after a fine round of 76 for nett 69, with Evan Sutherland taking third on nett 70 after a round of 81.
In the North Point Distillery Senior Stableford action, David A Craig topped the standings.
He produced a tremendous tally of 41 points following a round of 87.
Hugh Millar took second place 38 points.
Tuesday nights in September are being filled with a nine hole Autumn Stableford played over the first seven holes and the 17th and 18th.
Round one was won by Willie Paton with an excellent 20 points.
Iain Dunnett claimed second place with 19 points. Fred Groves and Malcolm Thomson were on 17 points.
Action at Reay Golf Club is set to continue tomorrow morning as the ladies are competing for the September medal.
Competition continues on Sunday when players are scheduled to be competing in the Hi-Lo foursomes event.