Sunday, 17 April 2011
After a wobble (3 over after 8), Alexander (Zander) of Dunbar Golf Club steadied himself with three threes on 9, 10 and 11 allowing him the luxury of dropping two strokes on the 14th (the most difficult hole on the course) before playing the last four holes in regulation to win the inaugural The Battle Trophy at Crail Craighead Links.
Our congratulations go to Zander on his 1st SGU Ranking event win with some solid scoring around a very good test of golf at Craighead Links.
In 2nd place, 4 shots adrift on +2, 290, was Scott Gibson, followed by Matthew Clark (292) of Kilmacolm.
Michael Stewart, David Law and Graeme Robertson finished on 293.
A full list of scores is detailed below.
The Battle Trophy Leaderboard (Par 72):-
Alexander Culverwell 70 74 144 68 74 286
Other Scottish Golf News
2011 Scottish Boys Golf Championship
David Wilson of Troon Welbeck has won the 2011 Scottish Boys Golf Championship at Dunbar Golf Club, click here.
2011 Craigmillar Park Open
Greg Paterson of the New Club St Andrews has won the 2011 Craigmillar Park Open Golf in Edinburgh, the opening event on the SGU Mens Order of Merit circuit. For more information, click here.
2011 Scottish Champion of Champions
Brian Soutar of Leven G.S has won the 2011 Scottish Champion of Champions Golf Tournament at Leven. For more information, click here.
Other UK Golf News:
Alex Christie of Tyrrells Wood Golf Club has won the 2011 West of England Open Amateur Golf Championship by 8 shots at Saunton Golf Club. Click here for further details.
Sam Claridge of Harpenden Common Golf Club has won The 2011 Berkhamsted Trophy at Berkhamsted Golf Club. Click here for further details.
Walker Cup contender Andy Sullivan wins 2011 Selborne Salver at Blackmoor GC. Click here for further details.
English Girls Golf International Bronte Law of Bramhall Golf Club has won the SLGA 2011 Scottish U-16 Girls Open Strokeplay Championship. Click here for further details.
The Lytham Trophy
Draw for the 2011 Lytham Trophy at Royal Lytham & St Annes, click here.