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Golfer’s maiden crown at Kings Golf Club in Inverness


By Robin Wilson

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David Hector recorded his maiden win on the North Scottish Golf Alliance circuit with a score of two over par 72 at Kings Golf Club in Inverness.

Professional golfer putting ball into the hole. Golf ball by the edge of hole with player in background on a sunny day..
Professional golfer putting ball into the hole. Golf ball by the edge of hole with player in background on a sunny day..

The four handicapper’s outward card featured three birdies and three bogeys to match the par of 36 and his inward half birdie two on the 13th hole.

It eradicate three inward half bogeys to repeat his outward 36 and win by one shot.

Close behind were the trio of Lewis Reid (Fortrose and Rosemarkie) (37/36), Jordan Shaw (Boat of Garten) (34/39) and Darren Pitchforth (Nairn Dunbar) (39/34).

Reid played steadily throughout his round and had only one blemish on his card, a double bogey six on the long par five 15th hole.

It followed back to back threes before finishing with three fours for his 72.

Bruce Thomson (Inverness) was in third place with 74.His six round aggregate score of 430 and share second place overall with Moray’s Kevin Thomson.

Still ahead in the race for the scratch aggregate KM Cameron Cup is professional Kyle Godsman with 416.

Alex Mair (Moray) recorded his mandatory sixth score to jump into the lead for the Class One aggregate Burnett Trophy on nett 415 and in front by two of previous leader James Grant (Grantown on Spey).

In the higher handicap section Kings Golf Club member Mike Lyall, tied first place with Inverness duo Alan Macintosh and David Walker with net 70s.

Tomorrow’s fixture takes place at Forres Golf Club which is the last chance for aggregate scores.


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