Well done to Neil Tait on winning the Gross competition and Richard Ballantyne on winning the Nett competition at this years SRGC Open.
Challenging conditions throughout the day with wind and rain for the early starters followed by a calmer but very misty spell with low visibility then the wind increased again for the later starters. Despite the weather there were 49 players who took part, down a good bit from previous years, and all seemed to have enjoyed the challenge of competing at the Hope course. Players were treated to an excellent lunch at the Murray Arms after their round.
Thanks must go to all who gave up time to help prepare the course, including Ben Lacy-Brown who has done well in his role as greenskeeper this season, Thanks also go to the folk who were on hand throughout the day to help out.
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