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Marvel Mackenzie has bright golf future

Marvel Mackenzie has bright golf future

Marvel Mackenzie has bright golf future

He may be lagging a little bit behind Tiger Woods who, legend has it, began swinging a club from his high chair at the age of six months.


Ukie crowned target golf champions

Ukie crowned target golf champions

Ukie crowned target golf champions

The first target golf league season at Fairways for years came to a conclusion on Monday night, with Ukie Fan Club being crowned champions.


Ferries takes top spot at Thurso in Alliance fixture

Ferries takes top spot at Thurso in Alliance fixture

Ferries takes top spot at Thurso in Alliance fixture

BILLY Ferries came to the fore when he secured victory at the North Golf Alliance fixture at Thurso Golf Club.


Calum to follow in his idols' footsteps

Calum to follow in his idols' footsteps

Calum to follow in his idols' footsteps

Nairn’s golfing prospect Calum Scott has earned the chance to compete against some of the world’s top young players at Castle Stuart later…


Sandy takes aim for Championship glory

Sandy takes aim for Championship glory

Sandy takes aim for Championship glory

NAIRN golf star Sandy Scott s set to shine on the global stage.


Calum called up for Home International

Calum called up for Home International

Calum called up for Home International

Calum Scott will be donning Scotland colours for the second year in a row at the Boys’ Home International next week.


Knox knocking on door for Ryder Cup

Knox knocking on door for Ryder Cup

Knox knocking on door for Ryder Cup

RUSSELL Knox believes he is one competition win away from being selected into the Europe squad for the Ryder Cup.


Inverness golfer Knox hits golden form to win Irish Open

Inverness golfer Knox hits golden form to win Irish Open

Inverness golfer Knox hits golden form to win Irish Open

INVERNESS golfer Russell Knox claimed victory in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open after a sudden death play-off.


Joel wins Inverness Four Day Open at final hole

Joel wins Inverness Four Day Open at final hole

Joel wins Inverness Four Day Open at final hole

DAVID Joel came from one shot behind with two holes to play to win the Inverness Golf Club Four Day Open for the first time.


Golfers to take on magnificent seven

Golfers to take on magnificent seven

Golfers to take on magnificent seven

Two members from Muir of Ord Golf Club will be hoping seven is their lucky number when the aim to play 126 holes in the space of 48 hours.


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