The best score of the day came from Donald Ballantyne and the best net score from Scott Galloway. Results:
Division A (handicap up to 9) – 1 S. Galloway net 67, 2 L. McAllister 68, 3 S. MacDonald 70. Scratch, R. D. Ballantyne 71.
Division B (handicap 10-15) – 1 G. Beggs net 68, 2 E. Middlemas 68, 3 M. Brass 69. Scratch, P. Henderson 84.
Division C (handicap 16 plus) – 1 D. Brugnoni net 73, 2 A. Brown 74.
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Borders amateur footballers getting back on the ball this weekend
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Nearest the hole prizes were won by D. Smith, R. L. Pow and C. Finlay.
The ‘Straightest Driver’ was A. Pickersgill and the ‘Busiest Golfer’ was I. Wilkie.
With a field of 43 contestants, it was a good day with warm and sunny weather but with strong winds.
A total of £75 was raised for the ‘Captain’s Bunker Fund’, with donations gratefully received from various members, and £25 being donated by the captain for players wearing a pink item of clothing.
Selkirk Golf Club was grateful to all the sponsors and particularly to captain Jackson Cockburn.