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Joel wins Inverness Four Day Open at final hole


By SPP Reporter


Winner David Joel and runner-up Kieran Mackay with the Rosswood Trophy.
Winner David Joel and runner-up Kieran Mackay with the Rosswood Trophy.

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.

He came from one down after the 16th to win at the 17th and 18th to beat Kieran Mackay to lift the Rosswood Trophy.

Joel (38) had a tough run to the final beating last year's runner-up Jonathon Keith in the quarter final and 2017 champion Allan Cameron in the semi final on his way to a 1up win against Mackay.

Further coverage in the Inverness Courier on Friday and Tuesday.



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