Hutcheon fires course record


Tartan Tour no.1 Greig Hutcheon carded a course-record six-under-par 65 to win the Kemnay pro-am.

The score will stand as a professional record for the course which has a new 18th hole since the last pro-am was played at the woodland venue.

Back in his native Aberdeenshire, the Banchory pro had a bogey-free card highlighted by six birdies, at the first, long second, fifth, short sixth, long 15th and 17th.

And it was a podium triumph for the North-east locals with Scott Henderson (Kings Links) and Aberdeen-based Greg McBain (Gamola Golf) sharing second place on 67.

Like the winner, Henderson had no bogeys and birdied the fourth, fifth, ninth and 15th.

McBain had as many birdies as Hutcheon but bogeys at two short holes, the sixth and the 18th dragged him down. 

Graham Fox (Clydeway Golf) led the "Barry's Boys" team of Barry McLean (3), Scott Cameron (8) and Dale Singer (18) to victory in the pro-am event with a net total of 54. This trio have won the team event several times in recent years.


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