Port golfers compete for Peggy Adam Cup

The clubhouse at Port Bannatyne Golf Club.
The clubhouse at Port Bannatyne Golf Club.

It was a battle of the net 65s to decide who won The Peggy Adam Cup on Sunday over a Port course bathed in sunshine.

In the end it was Tommy Wilkinson who took the honours by having the better inward half with Jamie Jardine and Neil MacLeod left wishIng perhaps that that particular bogey or two could have been avoided.

Tommy’s net 65 was made up of a gross 84 less 19, Jamie’s was gross 71 less 6, while Neil’s was a 74 less 9. The best gross score of the day came from Donald Standaloft with a 70. A very healthy field turned in a CSS of 65.

Since no 2s were scored it becomes a rollover for the third competition in a row.

* The Salmon Leap has now moved to Fridays with a 5.30pm ballot.

* Knockout entry sheets have been posted in the locker room notice board and the McFadyen Trophy mixed scramble entry is on the competition notice board.

* Hopefully the good weather will continue till Sunday for the finals of The Rothesay Motor Services Winter League. All players are to report for a 9.30am shotgun start with pairings and starting tees posted on the competition notice board.