Goswick hosts Earlston players for cup events

Earlston Golf Club: Winners from left to right: Richard Aitchison, sponsor Keith Robertson from Rutherfords of Earlston, Mike Scott, Ivor Aitchison and Ron Darling
Earlston Golf Club: Winners from left to right: Richard Aitchison, sponsor Keith Robertson from Rutherfords of Earlston, Mike Scott, Ivor Aitchison and Ron Darling
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EARLSTON

Members of Earlston Golf Club graced the fairways of Goswick to battle it out for the Wallace Cup and Centenary Cup.

Thanks to sponsors Rutherfords of Earlston, the weather and the hospitality of Goswick Golf Club, the day was a resounding success.

The winner was Richard Aitchison. who lifted both cups with 37 stableford points and a nett 68.

In second place was Mike Scott. sandwiched by Richard’s brother Ivor Aitchison.

Nearest the pin was Rose Thorburn who couldn’t stay for the presentation or photographs. She had to drive husband Brian back to his work in the Black Bull, Earlston.

Despite this she didn’t get the longest drive, this was scooped up by Ron Darling with a phenomenal 310-yarder at the 8th.

GALASHIELS

Saturday brought the usual competition carnage, wrong balls played, out-of-bounds controversy and cards not signed in the David Steel Pairs.

However, captain Pete Dalgliesh and partner Bruce Currie kept their heads to shoot a combined 133 and win by three shots from Colin Armstrong and John Heath.

Currie also managed the best individual score with a 67-3-64. Next Saturday is the Captain’s Texas Scramble. Meet in the clubrooms at noon sharp, with a shotgun start at 12.30pm.

Borderways Seniors Winter League: Winner, A. R. Gerrard nett 35 (Best first three holes).

LILLIARDSEDGE

RP Adam Shield: 1, W. Johnstone 85 (18) 67; 2, P. Cuthill 83 (16) 67; 3, C. Bonnar 86 (18) 68.

TORWOODLEE

Mens March Medal: 1, D. Bowden 80 (13) 67; 2, D. Thorburn 81 (12) 69 BIH; 3, A. Chadha 79 (10) 69. Scratch winner: D. J. Gillie 70 (1) 69.

SELKIRK

During the Easter holidays, Selkirk Golf Club will be holding two sessions for junior members.

These will take the form of lessons in the fine art of pitching and putting, followed by a nine-hole Texas scramble on Tuesday, April 3 and Tuesday, April 10 (9.45am at the clubhouse).

The sessions will be taken by Murray Cleghorn.

A list has been posted on the juniors’ noticeboard and anyone interested should add their name to the sheet.

ST BOSWELLS

EBS Europe LTD Medal: 1, G. Hogg 69 (6) 63; 2, M. McEwan 87 (19) 68; 3, R. Reilly 84 (16) 68.

Gents Stableford: 1, S. McMullen (22) 39 points; 2, J. Cumming, John (14) 37; 3, P. Crookshanks 34.