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Reay Golf Club: Greig takes victory in Winter League Stableford


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Gavin Gunn teeing off at the 16th hole. He won round two of the Winter Eclectic competition.
Gavin Gunn teeing off at the 16th hole. He won round two of the Winter Eclectic competition.

A red-hot putter helped Jacqui Greig to a fantastic 43 points and victory in the latest round of the Winter League Stableford competition at Reay Golf Club.

Her round of 88, made up matching halves of 44, included seven pars and was good enough to secure the win by a single point ahead of Bruce Mackay.

Mackay also managed seven pars to go with the 10 bogeys in his round, with one non-scoring hole proving costly in the final analysis.

Sarah Meiklejohn fired an excellent round of 84, made up of halves of 41 and 43, for her tally of 40 points and third place.

Pete McCartney was edged into fourth place after he also finished with 40 points, with a birdie at the fifth hole helping him to his tally.

Meanwhile, in round two of the Winter Eclectic competition, Gavin Gunn fired an impressive round of 76 for nett 66 for the win, with a birdie at the 13th the highlight of his round.

Donald Mowat took second place after a fine round of 82, made up of halves of 42 and 40, was good enough for nett 67.

Leslie Malcolm birdied the fifth en route to a round of 82 for nett 68 and third place.

A trio of players – Willie Williamson, Simon Harper and Stuart Greig, who bagged a rare birdie at the tough seventh hole – were next best after all finished on nett 70.

This Saturday will see the ladies and gents both competing for their respective December medals, while on Sunday those not making the journey to Wick for the Alliance fixture will be able to compete in the latest round of the Winter League Stableford.


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