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Inverness Four Day Open reaches last eight stage


By Will Clark

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The Inverness Four Day Open has reached the quarter final stage at Inverness Golf Club.

Ewan Selkirk competing at the Inverness Four Day Open. Picture: Callum Mackay
Ewan Selkirk competing at the Inverness Four Day Open. Picture: Callum Mackay

Last 16 matches took place during Wednesday morning when tournament favourite Kyle Godsman from Moray Golf Club made it safely through to the last eight with a 4/3 win over Aidan Stewart.

He faces Steven Buchan from Invergordon who beat Robin Fraser one up.

Inverness player Ruaridh Greenwood comfortably saw off Cruden Bay's Graeme Gunn 6/5 and faces Marc Coull from Kemnay who beat John Macaulay2/1.

Last year's runner-up and 2016 champion Kieran MacKay thrashed Kingussie's Norman MacWillam 8/7 and faces Greg Bennett who beat James Greenwood one up.

In the final quarter final, Calum Daun beat Alan Coutts 5/4 to face Neil McPhie who beat Stephen Davidson 3/2.


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