Daun and Godsman in Inverness Four Day Open final
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CALUM Daun and Kyle Godsman will battle it out in the final of the Inverness Four Day Open.
They are the last two golfers standing in the competition after an intense four days of golf at Culcabock.
Moray Golf Club player Godsman went into the tournament as the favourite and was the leading man during the first two days of qualifying with a score of 138.
He experienced a straight forward route to the final when he defeated Aidan Stewart 4/3 in the first round and Steven Buchan 5/4 in the quarter final.
This morning he won his semi final comfortably after defeating Ruaridh Greenwood 6/5.
Inverness teenager Daun finished third in qualifying with a score of 142.
He started his campaign off defeating Alan Coutts 5/4 in the first round before beating Neil McPhie 3/2 on Wednesday.
This morning he stunned 2016 champion and last year’s runner-up Kieran MacKay 2/1 to reach the final as the Inverness Courier went to press.
In the Section One final, John Scott faces Drew McDonald.
In the Section Two final Kevin Sweeney takes on Michael George while in the Section Three final Ewan Selkirk takes on David Buchan.
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