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Duncan and Godsman battle for lead in North Scottish Golfers Alliance

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Two professionals lead the aggregate scratch scoring for the KM Cameron Cup in the North Scottish Golfers Alliance.

Kyle Godsman
Kyle Godsman

Elgin’s Alan Duncan and Inverness Golf Centre’s Kyle Godsman are the only two scratch members who have played in all six fixtures.

Godsman who recorded a win at Moray last October, the course he played when an amateur golfer, is a clear leader in the competition with a total of 429.

His form includes a high scoring 77 from the Nairn Dunbar fixture.

Duncan’s 2020 aim will be to lower his current total of 446 that includes a 77, also from Nairn Dunbar, and a 78 from Boat of Garten from his total.

Handicap section two for the Bill McQueen Trophy is led by an Inverness member, Liam Hutchison, who has a six score total of 441.

He is aiming to eradicate a nett 81 score to stay ahead of Ian Hamilton (Elgin) 448 and Aaron Casey (Moray) 453.

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