JUNIOR JAMBOREE AND ASSESSMENT DAY

SOUTHERNESS JUNIOR JAMBOREE On Friday 17 October 12 boys set off for a fun day to celebrate the end of the 2014 season. The weather was dull but warm with a slight breeze from the south west and the course in superb condition. It was gratifying to see that over 50% of the competitors were under 14 year’s of age with many playing the course for the first time. Scoring was very good with Angus Bendall (Castle Douglas), continuing his fine form of the second half of the season, Andrew Kennedy (D&G) and Mitchell Cowie (D&C) all…

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JUNIORS

JUNIOR SOUTHERNESS JAMBOREE The end of season Southerness Jamboree will take place at Southerness on Friday 17 October. The Draw is:- 10.15 Glen Irvine (D&G); Daniel Irving (D&C) 10.22 Mitchell Cowie (D&C); Cameron Gray (Kirk) 10.30 Nathan Watson (Kirk); Andrew Kennedy (D&G) 10.37 William Squires (Kbt);  Angus Bendall (CD) 10.45 Corey Brown (D&C); Callan Harkness (loch) 11.15 Ross Plant (Stran); Sam Mitchell (Port) Entry is £5 per head. For late entries please contact Iain Robin tel. 01387 252004. JUNIOR ASSESSMENT DAY An Assessment Day to determine coaching squads for the winter will take place at Brighouse Bay…

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JUNIOR ORDER OF MERIT

The South of Scotland Junior Order of Merit reaches its climax on Friday 17 October with the last counting event the Southerness Jamboree at Southerness Golf Club . Points have been gained by the top five finishers in the Junior Open Competitions at Dumfries & Galloway, Dumfries & County, Lochmaben, Kirkudbright and the South of Scotland Championships at Newton Stewart in the two age groups of Under 16 and Under 14. In the Under 16 section there is a very close race. Rowan Marchbank (D & G) is leading on 125 points, closely followed by Angus Bendall…

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FINAL ORDER OF MERIT PLACINGS

David Brodie (Wigtown & Bladnoch) showed he was the best player in South Area this season by winning the final counting event, the JAL Brown Trophy at Portpatrick, to win the South of Scotland Order of Merit for 2014 by over 200 points. Martin McNae (Lochmaben) had another good season to finish in second place, helped by strong performances towards the end of the season. Mike Grunwell (Powfoot) held on to third place despite missing the last few events due to other commitments. See all the placings in the full table Top ten placings 1 David Brodie…

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