Because of the wet conditions for the last stableford competition of the season at Stonehaven Golf Club, only a lowly 54 players turned up to compete.
Top of the leaderboard with an excellent 42 points was junior Ross McAllan. He went round in a level par score of 66. Three points behind in second place were Allan Officer and Brian Thain.
Leading scores: Stableford (CSS 65) - Ross McAllan (6) - 42pts; Allan Officer (8), Brian Thain (13) - 39; Graeme Docherty (7), Roy Wilson (11), Neil Irvine (2) - 38; Gordon McHardy (16), Willie Pittendreigh (9), Gary Graham (4), David Callaghan (7) - 37; Michael Halliday (13), Stuart Paul (18), Kevin Reid (21), Josh Halliday (5), Graeme Adamson (3), Craig Martin (8), Eric Innes (11) - 36; Robert McIntosh (20) - 35; David Summers (11) - 34; Craig McKechnie (19), David Henderson (12), Grant Robb (6), Jonathan Thurlow (17), Adam Smith (7) - 33.
Junior Stroke scores (CSS 65) - Kiefer Brown (12) - 64, Connor Douglas (11) - 70, Liam Davidson (14) - 75.
The winners of a few more trophies have been determined. The scratch order of merit was won by Neil Irvine and the handicap order of merit winner was Kenny Gordon. The Charlie Nicol trophy for the best four scratch scores from the six monthly Innes Medals was also won by Neil Irvine.
The Winter League begins on Saturday October 15 for singles and doubles competition. Please add your name to the entry sheet if you are keen to play.
The list is filling up quickly for the men’s prizegiving evening on November 19 when the guest speaker will be Aberdeen Manager Craig Brown.