Thank you to everyone who took part in the Professional’s Day on Saturday the 9th of September. It was great to see a full house of 160 players and a great mix of gents/ ladies and juniors all playing together.

As always these days require a huge amount of work and support and special thanks must go to Chris for all his support not just for the event but throughout the year and also for organising the beat the professional competition at the 9th hole. Andrea, who missed the day but put a tremendous amount of effort in organising the event (I wish him well in his studies) Douglas and the team for preparing the course for the competition, Scott and his staff for an amazing BBQ and for the bar staff for keeping you watered while you watched the live scoring provided by Mr I McKenna

The scoring was fantastic with the one putters living up to their name. Congratulations to all of the following winners.

The One Putters – 98 points

(S Taylor, P Chalmers, A MacKinnon, D Jones)

Winners of a Sky Caddie SW2 GPS watch each + Trophy

 Three Hackers and a Golfer – 95 points

(I Highley, J McKenzie, R Manson,C Clarke)

Winners of a Motocaddy Lite Cart Bag each

Murray’s Mints – 92 points

(M Welsh, F Constable, K McEwing, J McEwing)

Winners of Cleveland Putter each

The Dandy Rangers – 92 points

(D Johnston, D Swinley, A McHardy, M Fraser)

Winners of one dozen Titleist ProV1 balls each.

***On course prizes*** 

Ladies Nearest the Pin at the 2nd Hole

M. Nicholson

Winner of a Taylor Made Visor, 1 Dozen TP5 balls, club crested towel + Tankard

Gents Nearest the Pin 13th Hole

Jamie Malcolm

Winner of Taylor Made Cap, 1 Dozen TP5 balls, club crested towel + Tankard

Gents Longest Drive 17th Hole

I Highley

Winner of a Callaway Practice Bag + Trophy

Prize Draw

A Wallace 

Winner of a Powakaddy FW3 Trolley

Winners can collect their prizes from the professional shop and the full tournament results can be viewed at leaderboard.dimck.com 

Thanks again to everyone who played your continued support is greatly appreciated. Good luck in the remaining few events of the season.