The above competition took place on Saturday, 3rd April, and although there was a delay at the start of about one hour due to frosty conditions, a total of 59 members took part in a competition which enjoyed the very best of weather, dry and sunny with a very light breeze. The winner of the Trophy with a total of 43 points was Hughie Macdonald, who was also awarded a prize of £45 for his efforts. Second equal were David Beveridge and Ronnie Douglas on 41 points, who were awarded £30 each; and Fourth was our long suffering Captain John Coyle on 40 points, and he was awarded £20. There were three two’s at the 6th hole, recorded by Paul McVie; Rob Forrest & John Coyle, and there was a further three two’s at the 18th hole, recorded by Grant Lightfoot; Les McAllister & Ian Potts. Each of these skilful players received the sum of £5 for their efforts. The entry fee was £3, making a total of £177 from the 59 entrants; £125 was paid out in prize money and with £30 going to the two’s winners this left £22 for the contingency fund.