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Nairn teenager Calum Scott qualifies for matchplay stage of Amateur Championship


By Will Clark

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NAIRN teenager Calum Scott has qualified as fifth seed for the last 64 matchplay section at the Amateur Championship tomorrow.

Calum Scott is in the last 64 of the Amateur Championship.
Calum Scott is in the last 64 of the Amateur Championship.

After leading the qualifying round after day one at -4 with a 67, he produced a +1 (72) to finish in fifth place with 139, -3 overall.

He will face England's Conor Gough in the first round of the matchplay section who finished in 60th place on +6.

The two players will tee off at 9.53am.

But the second day belonged to Kilmalcolm's Matthew Clark who produced a new course record of 62 (-9) to finish the qualifying stages as number one seed going into tomorrow's matchplay competition.

Nairn golfer Fraser Fotheringham failed to qualify for the matchplay stage after finishing 92nd (+9).

However he had an excellent second round with a 69 (-2).

But a nightmare first round of 82 (+11) on Monday gave him too much to do to finish in the top 64.

View the matchplay draw by clicking here.


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