Selkirk Seniors Open - 2.7.19

 

The Selkirk Senior Open took place on Tuesday, 2nd July, 2019, on a day with warm sunny weather and moderately gusty winds, and with a field of 47 contestants.     The overall winner was Mitch Thomson (Selkirk) with a score of 74(13)61, and he was also the leading scorer in the 55 to 62 years age group.     Full results of the competition are shown below:-

CUP WINNER - Mitch Thomson (Selkirk) 61

Age 55 to 62      1st M. Thomson (Selkirk) 74-13 = 61     - £50 Cash
                          2nd N. Beaumont (Selkirk) 74-12 = 62   - £40 Cash
                          3rd A. Webster (Selkirk) 78- 13= 65       - £30 Cash
                          Scr M. Millar (Hawick) 77                        - £20 Cash

Age 63 to 69     1st R. Falconer (Selkirk) 77-13 = 64        - £50 Cash
                         2nd A. McVie (Selkirk) 71-6 = 65 (bih)    - £40 Cash
                         3rd M. Whiteford (Lauder) 78-11 = 65     - £30 Cash
                         Scr B. Bett (Selkirk) = 78                          - £20 Cash

Age 70+           1st G. Beggs (Selkirk) 83-15= 68 (bih)     - £50 Cash
                         2nd N. Roxburgh (Selkirk) 74-6 = 68        - £40 Cash
                         3rd J. Murray (Lauder) 91-21 = 70            - £30 Cash

                         2’s J.O. Hardie (Galashiels); M. Whiteford (Lauder);
                         and W. Walton (Selkirk) at the 6th; A. McVie (Selkirk)
                         and A. Brown (Selkirk) at the 18th; all of them receiving
                         £18 each for their efforts.

                         Nearest         - 6th/15th M. Thomson (Selkirk) - Bottle of Wine
                         Hole              - 9th/18th A. McVie (Selkirk)       - Six Golf Balls
                         Nearest Line - 8th/17th G. Shiel (Galashiels)    - Bottle of Wine

                              47 Played CSS Home 67, Visitors 68 (Par - 68; SSS - 68)

The entry fee was £12 including 2's money, making a total of £564 from the 47 contestants.     With £400 being paid out in cash to the winners; and £90 going to the two’s winners; this makes a total of £490 paid out in prize money, with £74 going to the contingency fund.

 



 

       


                                                   

 

 

 

 





 



 

 

 

 

 









 

                         

 

 

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