Golf: Wee Trophy win adds to Port’s centenary celebrations

Port Bannatyne’s centenary celebrations took another successful twist on Saturday as the host club secured the Firth of Clyde Wee Trophy over their home course – only the fourth time in their history that the prize has gone to the Port.

With the best three scores from five counting towards each of the 11 teams’ final totals, John Black’s net 66 got the Port’s day off to a good start, and though John Marshall and David Driver wobbled a bit, Jimmy Dunn’s 68 kept the hosts in the hunt before Robert Jardine conjured up a net 66 to secure the trophy by one shot ahead of runners-up Innellan.

For more from yet another busy weekend of golfing action at Port Bannatyne, see the new issue of The Buteman - on sale from Thursday, August 23.