Wednesday, October 31, 2012

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - Ayrshire & Renfrewshire try again on Sunday

Ayrshire's final West Of Scotland A Team League match against Renfrewshire, which was postponed twice at Ayr Belleisle, was attempted again on Sunday 28th October at Rowallan Castle but again fell victim to the weather after only a few matches were on the course.

The teams will meet again this Sunday, 4th November, at Prestwick Golf Club in the hope that the match can be completed and both teams can conclude their campaigns for the season.

SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES GOLF - McDonald and McCook win at St Andrews


Stirling students Jack McDonald, a member of the Kilmarnock Barassie club, and Hannah McCook (Grantown on Spey), won the respective men's and women's categories in the Scottish universities golf competiton at Fairmont St Andrews (at the weekend).

SGU Golfer of the Year McDonald, pictured above, shot rounds of 70, 73 and 72 for a total of 215 over the Torrance (first and third rounds) and Kittocks (second round) courses.

A measure of the quality of McDonald's golf is the fact that his aggregate was six under the combined CSS totals of 73-72-76.
He won by one shot from Stirling team-mate Zander Culverwell with Scottish boys match-play champion Craig Howie, also a Stirling student, from Peelbes third on 218.

Hannah McCook, pictured left, whose family home is at Nethy Bridge, hit top form with an opening round of 70 at the Torrance Course before adding 38 for nine holes at the Kirrocks venue (bad light ruled out a full round) and 75 for a return trip over Torrance.
McCook's total of 183 saw her win by nine shots from Welsh international Gemma Bradbury (St Andrews) with Gabrielle Macdonald (St Andrews), a Craigielaw GC member, third on 194 and full Scotland international Eilidh Briggs (Stirling), a member at Kilmacolm, fourth on 195.



(First and third rounds over Torrance course, second round Kittocks).
CSS 73 (reduction only), 72, 76

215 Jack McDonald (Stirling) 70 73 72
216 Zander Culverwell (Stirling) 73 67 76
218 Craig Howie (Stirling) 71 74 73
219 Matthew Wheeler (St Andrews) 76 69 74
220 Cormac Sharvin (Stirling) 75 69 76
221 Michael Howard (Stirling) 74 72 75
222 Conor Gask (St Andrews) 71 73 78
223 Graeme Robertson (Stirling) 73 72 78
224 Kit Holmes (Stirling) 77 74 75
227 Varun Varadharajan (Heriot Watt) 72 77 78, Mathias Eggenberger (Stirling) 77 69 81,
228 Gordon Munro (Robert Gordon) 71 76 81.

230 Antonio Mendes (Stirling) 77 77 76, Patrick Spraggs (Stirling) 72 81 77, Chris Forrest (York 76 75 69, Neil Beattie (Abertay) 76 74 80.
231 Oliver Roberts (Stirling) 76 81 74, Freddie Edmunds (St Andrews) 74 76 81.
233 Stuart McLaren (Edinburgh) 82 75 76, Blair Murphy (Heriot Watt) 76 76 81.
234 Joe Marchbank (St Andrews) 74 83 77, Tom Beasley (St Andrews) 78 79 77, Callum McNeill (H and I) 76 80 78, Daniel Daly (Abertay) 71 78 85, Joao Malagueira (Stirling) 76 73 85, Scott Simpson (Edinburgh) 77 71 86.
236 Shaun Johnson (H and I) 73 79 84, Craig Chalmers (Strathclyde) 74 77 85
239 Guy Dalziel (St Andrews) 78 78 83
243 James Morrison (Stirling) 75 80 88


158 Kevin Prentice (Sti) 78 80, Jamie Pryde (Robert Gordon) 78 80
159 Craig Telfer (Edinburgh) 81 78
160 Andrew Cunningham (Strathclyde) 79 81, Stephen Barter (Sheffield) 78 82.
163 Kerr Baptie (Stirling) 86 77, Dewi Merckx (Stirling) 87 76.
164 Craig Boyd (Stirling) 80 84.
165 Angus Carrick (Stirling) 85 80, Tangi Merckx (Glasgow) 80 85, Sandy Buchanan (Strathmore) 79 86.
166 Alistair Wright (Stirling) 82 84, Charlie Linton (Robert Gordon) 81 85.
168 Christopher McKeown (Stirling) 82 86
169 Cameron Graham (Strachclyde) 84 85, Alexander Sward (Heriot Watt) 84 85
170 Jonathan Pitcher (Stirling) 82 88.
174 Lewis Jones (Stirling) 86 88.
178 Steven Smith (Robert Gordon) 90 88.
183 John McCook (Stirling) 94 89.

Ben Gibson (Strathclyde) 84 NR
Euan Peterson (Herioty Watt) NR NR
Jack Walker (Robert Gordon) DQ 80
Ritchie Manson (Robert GHordon) 75 DQ


First and third rounds over Torrance course. Second round (nine holes) at Kittocks.CSS 77 (reduction only), 76, 75
183 Hannah McCook (Stirling) 70 38 75.
192 Gemma Bradbury (St Andrews) 81 37 74.
194 Gabrielle Macdonald (St Andrews) 79 37 78.
195 Eilidh Briggs (Stirling) 78 37 80.
199 Jordana Graham (Stirling) 78 41 80.
207 Nastja Banover (Abertay) 81 40 86.
209 Zhanna Tarasko (St Andrews) 83 41 84


125 Sammy Leslie (Robert Gordon) 80 45, Miranda Brain (St Andrews) 84 41.
126 Iona Stephen (St Andrews) 84 42.
128 Amy Chambers (St Andrews) 87 41.
129 Franzicca Benze (St Andrews) 90 39.
137 Georgia Gilling (Stirling) 97 40.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

US COLLEGE GOLF - Top 10 finish for Linzi Allan in Oklahoma

Linzi Allan
Ayrshire's Linzi Allan, a student at Newman University, Wichita in Kansas, finished eigith in a field of 73 players for the Oklahoma Intercollegiate women's golf tournament at Fort Sill Golf Club, Oklahoma at the weekend.

Linzi, a West Kilbride GC member, shot 75-73 for a four-over-par total of 148, finishing seven shots behind the winner, Jacqueline Lau (Tarleton State) (72-69)
(Cal Carson Golf Agency)

Friday, October 26, 2012

WEST OF SCOTLAND LEAGUES - latest positions

The latest positions in the 2012 West Of Scotland Inter County Leagues have been published, with a number of games in the A and Youths leagues still to be completed.

In the A League, three of the six counties could still finish as champions, with Renfrewshire, Ayrshire and Glasgow all maintaining hopes of the title.

Results so far are :-

Lanarkshire 2 Renfrewshire 8 (Drumpellier)
Stirlingshire 5 Ayrshire 5 (Kilsyth Lennox)
Ayrshire 9 Lanarkshire 1 (Prestwick St Cuthbert)
Glasgow 6 Stirlingshire 4 (Pollok)
Renfrewshire 6.5 Dumbartonshire 3.5 (Kilmacolm)
Stirlingshire 7.5 Dumbartonshire 2.5 (Falkirk Tryst)
Dumbartonshire 3 Ayrshire 7 (Milngavie)
Glasgow 3 Renfrewshire 7 (Sandyhills)
Stirlingshire 5.5 Lanarkshire 4.5 (Dunblane New)
Ayrshire 4 Glasgow 6 (Troon Darley)
Dumbartonshire 3.5 Lanarkshire 6.5 (Cardross)
Renfrewshire 5 Stirlingshire 5 (Ranfurly Castle)

The present positions in the A League are :-
(County - P/W/D/L/F/A/Pts)

RENFREWSHIRE - 4/3/1/2/26.5/13.5/7
STIRLINGSHIRE - 5/2/2/1/27/23/6
AYRSHIRE - 4/2/1/1/25/15/5
GLASGOW - 3/2/0/1/15/15/4
LANARKSHIRE - 4/1/0/3/14/26/2
DUMBARTONSHIRE - 4/0/0/4/12.5/27.5/0

Matches remaining are :-

Dumbartonshire Vs Glasgow (Clydebank & District)
Ayrshire Vs Renfrewshire (Rowallan Castle - 28.10.12)
Lanarkshire Vs Glasgow (Lanark)

In the YOUTHS League, Renfrewshire lead on points difference over Ayrshire although a win in their final match would give Dumbartonshire the title. Results so far are :-

Glasgow 4 Dumbartonshire 6 (Bishopbriggs)
Renfrewshire 10 lanarkshire 0 (Cochrane Castle)
Ayrshire 7.5 Stirlingshire 2.5 (Brunston Castle)
Lanarkshire 7.5 Ayrshire 2.5 (Airdrie)
Stirlingshire 8 Glasgow 2
Dumbartonshire 5 Renfrewshire 5 (Esporta Dougalston)
Renfrewshire 4 Ayrshire 6 (Renfrew)
Dumbartonshire 5.5 Stirlingshire 4.5 (Vale Of Leven)
Ayrshire 5 Dumbartonshire 5 (West Kilbride)
Renfrewshire 6 Glasgow 4 (Gleddoch)
Lanarkshire 7 Stirlingshire 3 (Colville Park)
Glasgow 3.5 Ayrshire 6.5 (Haggs Castle)
Stirlingshire 4.5 Renfrewshire 5.5 (Falkirk)

The present positions in the Youths League are :-
(County - P/W/D/L/F/A/Pts)

RENFREWSHIRE - 5/3/1/1/30.5/19.5/7
AYRSHIRE - 5/3/1/1/27.5/22.5/7
DUMBARTONSHIRE - 4/2/2/0/21.5/18.5/6
LANARKSHIRE - 3/2/0/1/14.45/15.5/4
STIRLINGSHIRE - 5/1/0/4/22.5/27.5/2
GLASGOW - 4/0/0/4/13.5/25.5/0

Matches remaining are :-

Glasgow Vs Lanarkshire (Cowglen)
Lanarkshire Vs Dumbartonshire (East Kilbride)

In the UNDER 18 Boys League, played throughout the summer months, Dumbartonshire were clear winners, remaining undefeated throughout the five match series. Results were :-

Ayrshire 4.5 Renfrewshire 3.5 (Ardeer)
Dumbartonshire 8 Stirlingshire 0 (Vale Of Leven)
Glasgow 5.5 Lanarkshire 2.5 (Williamwood)
Ayrshire 6.5 Stirlingshire 1.5 (Skelmorlie)
Glasgow 3 Dumbartonshire 5 (Cathkin Braes)
Renfrewshire 5 Lanarkshire 3 (Caldwell)
Stirlingshire 3 Glasgow 5 (Balfron)
Dumbartonshire 6.5 Renfrewshire 1.5 (Windyhill)
Lanarkshire 5.5 Ayrshire 2.5 (Bothwell Castle)
Ayrshire 4 Dumbartonshire 4 (Kilbirnie Place)
Renfrewshire 2 Glasgow 6 (Paisley)
Lanarkshire 1 Dumbartonshire 7 (Hamilton)
Stirlingshire 4 Renfrewshire 4 (Aberforyle)
Lanarkshire Vs Stirlingshire - not played
Glasgow 5 Ayrshire 3 (Bishopbriggs)

Final UNDER 18 Boys league positions were :-
(County - P/W/D/L/F/A/Pts)

DUMBARTONSHIRE - 5/4/1/0/30.5/9.5/9
GLASGOW - 5/4/0/1/24.5/15.5/6
AYRSHIRE - 5/2/1/2/20.5/19.5/5
RENFREWSHIRE - 5/1/1/3/16/24/3
LANARKSHIRE - 4/1/0/3/12/20/2
STIRLINGSHIRE - 4/0/1/3/8.5/23.5/1

Thursday, October 25, 2012

DUBAI OPEN - Nicoll finshes top Scot

Callum Nicoll
Former Tartan Tour pro and Prestwick Golf Club assistant Callum Nicoll, now based in the Middle East, was the leading Scot in the latest MENAH Tour event, the Shaikh Maktoum Dubai Open at Al Badia Golf Club, Dubai this week.

(From the website)
Nicoll shot a three under par 54-hole total of 213 (69-73-71) to finish joint 12th behind the winner, Welshman Stephen Dodd who had rounds of 68, 68 and 69 for 11-under-205.
Dodd won by two strokes from joint runners up Englishmen Zane Scotland and Martin LeMesurier.

Home-based Scots Gavin Dear (Murrayshall) 216, Greg Nicolson (Mortonhall)
218 and Duncan Stewart (Grantown on Spey) 223 finished down the field.

Par 216 (3x72)
205 Stephen Dodd (Wal) 68 68 69
207 Zane Scotland (Eng) 68 71 68, Martin LeMesurier (Eng) 70 67 70
210 Sebastian Heisele (Ger) 67 69 74, Mohammad Munir (Pak) 69 66 75, Fredrik Quicker (Swe) 64 77 69, Lindsay Reynolds (Can) 70 71 69
211 Peter Richardson (England) 75 70 66, Sean McNamara (Ire) 74 70 67
212 Max Williams (Eng) (am) 72 69 71, William Harrold (Eng) 69 69 74
213 Callum Nicoll (Sco) 69 73 71, Ian Keenan (Eng) 72 68 73
Yasin Ali (Eng) 70 69 75, Michael Barrett (Eng) 70 75 69
214 Ross Bain (Sco) 71 67 76, James Housby (Eng) 69 70 75.

215 Tom Buchanan 66 72 77
216 Gavin Dear 72 75 69
218 Greg Nicolson 73 72 73
220 David Gray 74 70 76
222 Simon Dunn 73 72 77
223 Duncan Stewart 77 69 77.


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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

SEVE DAY FINAL - Berry invited to national final after Disabled British Open win

Alasdair Berry receiving the
Disabled British Open Trophy
earlier this year
Following his win in the Disabled British Open earlier this year, Alasdair Berry (Irvine Ravenspark) has been invited to take part in the national final of the Seve Day competition, which takes place at The belfry on Sunday 28th October.

The Seve Day final at The Belfry is tthe culmination of a season long event, with the finalists having the chance to follow in the footsteps of Seve and many other golfing legends as well as winning a trip to the US Masters.

From all the scores submitted over the season, the top 72 have been invited to attend the celebrity packed grand final at The Belfry, to compete for the top prize of a trip to the 2013 US Masters.

The finalists will be teeing up on the legendary Brabazon Course, which has played host to a record four Ryder Cups, and where Seve famously drove the green at the 10th in 1985 as the European team recorded their first ever win.

All finalists will be invited to a welcome breakfast before taking to the course, and at the end of the day a gala dinner will be held to announce the winner of Seve Day 2012.

Overnight accommodation at The Belfry is also included for all finalists in what promises to be a fantastic event to honour Seve Ballesteros and his legacy.

Following the one-year anniversary of the legendary Spaniard's death, a European-wide tournament has been set-up by in partnership with the Seve Ballesteros Foundation and Cancer Research UK to raise funds for both charities.

 Celebrities such as Harry Redknapp Ian Wright, Kevin Keegan, Sir Clive Woodward, Michael Vaughan and Chris Eubank will be taking part in the event.

Organiser Ross Marshall added: 'Seve Day is a great way for us to celebrate the life of Seve, raise money for a great cause and play in a tournament where you have to take risks and play like the great man himself in order to shoot low and qualify for the grand Seve Day final.

A host of top golf stars have also pledged their support with Justin Rose and Ian Poulter both signing up to Seve Day.

Rose said: 'Seve has been a hero to me all my life. Seve's style of play continues to inspire me, and golfers all over the world, but there will never be another Seve.'

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION AGM - Milton Murray elected County President

President Milton Murray
At the Ayrshire Golf Association AGM, held at Caprington Golf Club on Monday 22nd October, Milton Murray (LargsGC) was elected President of the association for 2012 - 2014.

A Past Captain of Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club and a member of the county executive since 2005, Milton has been involved in a number of aspects of the work of the association including coaching and team management.

In stepping down from his two years in office, outgoing President David Miller (Kilmarnock Barassie) paid tribute to his Executive members member clubs, their committees and members for their support of The Association over his two year in office.

Vice President James McMurdo
Ater paying tribute to Past President David Miller and his efforts on behalf of The Association over a number of years, President Murray proposed James McMurdo (Ballochmyle) as Vice President for the next two years, which was unanimously accepted by the meeting.

Members present also unanimously accepted adoption of the new proposed constitution, which had been previously circulated to member clubs, and also accepted adoption of the Presidents Reiport, Financial Report, Coaching Report, Course Rating Report, Ayrshire Junior Golf League Report, and Scottish Golf Union Report.

SGU Rep. Ronnie Potts
Alasdair Malcolm (Prestwick St Nicholas) was re eleceted Secretary & Treasurer of The Association  and Ronnie Potts (Irvine Ravenspark) was elcted as The association's Scottish Golf Union representative.

Retiring members of The Executive, Robert Wilson (Ballochmyle) and Cliff Francis (Troon Welbeck) were re elected to The Executive for a further three year term.

Alasdair Malcolm
After a number of years of service on The Executive, John Nordbo (Largs) and David McKie (Ballochmyle) retired from The Executive at the meeting, although david McKie will remain involved in a non executive role supporting the course rating team.

The meeting was advised that the SGU per capita would increase from £10 to £10.30 for the forthcoming year whilst it was agreed, on the recommendation of The Executive, that the Ayrshire Golf Association per capita would remain unchanged at 32.20 for the forthcoming year.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

SCOTTISH JUNIIOR CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS - Greg telfer wins national title

Greg Telfer
Greg Telfer (Prestwick St Cuthbert) is the 2012 Scottish Boys Junior Champion Of Champions after winning the national event at The Dukes course in St Andrews on Saturday 20th October.
(Report courtesy of Cal Carson Golf Agency)

Greg Telfer (Prestwick St Cuthbert) and Clara Young (North Berwick) won the respective boys' and girls' individutal titles at the season-ending Scottish junior champion of champions' golf tournament over The Duke's Course, St Andrews (on Saturday).

Young won the girls' championship with an excellent round of three-under-par 68.

The East Lothian player was five-under through her opening six holes after holing her second shot with a 9-iron at the par-4 second hole before also making an eagle on the par-5 sixth.

But it was not all plain sailing for Clara.

She came under pressure in the closing stages from Hannah Scott (Broomieknlwe) who had four birdies in compiling a 69.

Scottish girls' match-play champion Lauren Whyte (St Regulus) was third with a 73, a shot ahead of Rachel Walker (Dumfries and County).

Last year's winner Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) shared sixth spot on 76.
Greg Telfer headed a field of 30 for the boys' junior championship with a four-under-par 67, which included six birdies. He won by a stroke from Paul Reilly (Kilmacolm). Alan Waugh (Cowglen) and Ben Murray (Portlethen) finished joint third on 69.


The Duke's Course, St Andrews.


Par 71 SS 71 CSS 72

67 Greg Telfer (Prestwick St Cuthbert)

68 Paul Reilly (Kilmacolm).

69 Alan Waugh (Cowglen), Ben Murray (Portlethen).

70 Scott Grant (Downfield), Robert MacIntyre (Glencruitten), George Burns (Williamwood).

71 Alasdair McDougall (Elderslie), Calum McGuigan (Comrie)

72 Jake Scott (Buckpool), Fraser Johnston (Longniddry), Cameron Farrell (Cardross), David Wilson (Troon Welbeck).

73 Callum Hill (Tantallon), Ray Gordon (Alford), Jamie Savage (Cawder), Murray Naysmith (Marriott Dalmanoy), Euan Walker (Kilmarnock Barassie)

74 Ben Craggs (Glenbervie), Alastair MacVicar (Glencruitten), Aiden Fortune (Killin)

75 Craig Anderson (Sandyhills), Dominic Dougan (Colville Park), Ryan Walsh (Kirkintilloch), Connor Cook (Caird Park), Lawrence Allan (Alva), Craig Chalmers (Lenzie) Roy Alexander (Braehead).

76 Connor Syme (Dumfries and County), Anthony Blaney (Liberton), Jamie Whittet (Muir of Ord)

77 Andrew Burgess (Nairn), Connor Bennewith (Inverness), Neil McConnachie (Balmore), Alex Chalk (Dumfries and Galloway

79 Christopher MacLean (Clydebank and District), Scott Clark (Haggs Castle), Gareth Renwick (Hawick)

80 Sam Kiloh (Portlethen)

83 George Murray (Braehead)

84 Ross Dallas (Kirriemuir)

85 Callum Harrison (Carluke), Stephen Wilson (Greenock Whinhill).

86 Kieran Stark (Crow Wood).


Par 71 SS 71 CSS 72

68 Clara Young (North Berwick)

69 Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe)

73 Lauren Whyte (St Regulus)

74 Rachel Walker (Dumfries and County)

75 Eilidh Watson (Muckhart)

76 Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies), Jess Meek (Carnoustie Ladies)

77 Ailsa Summers (Carnoustie Ladies)

79 Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne)

81 Jorden Ferrie (Kirkiintilloch).

Thursday, October 18, 2012

GREENLEES TROPHY - Ladies inter club leagues completed for 2012

The West Of Scotland inter club ladies league competition for the Greenlees Trophy has been completed for 2012.

In DIVISION 1, Milngavie took the title ahead of Cathkin Braes with largs finishing the highest of the Ayrshire clubs in fourth spot.

Kilmacolm finished bottom of the division and drop down to Division 2 next year, along with West Kilbride.

In DIVISION 2, Loudoun Gowf Club continued their impressive form, which saw them win the third division in 2011 at the first time of asking, and stormed to their second successive title win by taking the Division 2 title and winning promotion to Division 1 next year, alongside Haggs Castle in the runner up spot.

Eastwood and Hilton Park will drop down to Division 3 next year.

In DIVISION 3, Cathcart Castle took the title and win promotion to division 1 alongside runners up Bothwell Castle.

The final league positions were :-


49.0 - Milngavie
45.0 - Cathkin Braes
42.5 - Ranfurly Castle
40.0 - Largs
35.5 - Troon Ladies
35.0 - Kilmarnock Barassie
33.5 - Whitecraigs
30.0 West Kilbride
13.5 - Kilmacolm


58.5 - Loudoun Gowf
45.5 - Haggs Castle
39.0 - Douglas Park
38.0 - Prestwick St Nicholas
35.5 - Old Ranfurly
31.5 - Erskine
25.5 - Cardross
25.5 - Hilton Park
25.0 - Eastwood


47.0 - Cathcart Castle
46.9 - Bothwell Castle
44.5 - Lenzie
44.0 - Williamwood
41.1 - Lanark
24.0 - East Renfrewshire
23.5 - Greenock
23.5 - Cowglen
13.5 - Cawder


The Ayrshire Winter Golf Association held their opening event of the 2012 - 13 season at Dundonald Links on Tuesday 16th October.
(The following report is courtesy of Gerry Smith)
The members at the first competition of the season at Dundonald met an excellent course albeit the weather was not kind to the early tee off players. 
In the Professional Rank Mark Loftus (Mearns Castle) round of 76 was produced in the most testing part of the day’s play.
The later players benefited from improving conditions with Matthew Burt 75, Last years Order of Merit winner Graham Fox 74, Craig Mathieson 73 and particularly Stephen Gray 71 being the winner on the day.
It was a particularly disappointing day for the home players Ian Colquhoun 86 and David -Ross Nicol 81.

The amateur winner was Tom McGill (Glasgow G.C) with an 82-6 = 76. Tom has recently had a new hip after many years struggling on the Ayrshire links and is now getting the benefit of the new limb.
Best scratch score of the Amateur section was from Paul Moultrie (Royal Troon) who shot 73 with a handicap of +3 giving him also net 76.

The Ayrshire Winter Golf next fixture is at Western Gailes on the 14th Nov.

Anyone interested in joining the A.W.G.A. should contact the secretary Marcus McAllister at

S GRAY Hayston 71
C MATHESON Falkirk Tryst 73
G FOX Rowallan 74
M BURT Helensburgh 75
M LOFTUS Mearns Castle 76
M POTTINGER North Gailes 77
A FORROW Whitecraigs 78
J McCREADIE Buchanan Castle 78
N WALTON Glasgow G.C 78
S GARRETT Fereneze 78
I ROBERTSON Dalmilling 78
M PATTERSON Kilmacolm 78
I HANNA Strathclyde Range 81
D.R NICOL Dundonald 81
B COLLISON Bearsden Range 82
D ADDISON Barassie 82
I COLQUHOUN Dundonald 86
R McLEOD Eastwood 86
T McGILL Glasgow G.C. 82 6 76
P MOULTRIE Royal Troon 73 +3 76
L McGUIGAN East Kilbride 89 11 78
N KELLY Glasgow G.C. 81 2 79
M LIRONI Cathkin Braes 87 8 79
P BURNS Glasgow G C 88 8 80
G JENKINSON Cathkin Braes 89 9 80
G SMITH Royal Troon 84 4 80
S BANNERMAN Western Gailes 86 5 81
L MCLAUGHLIN Whitecraigs 82 1 81