The Muir Cup, one of the oldest events in the annual fixture list, was played on Sunday, 11th in overcast but warm conditions with only slight winds. The competition consists of mixed foursomes in which the Ladies of the club invite Gentleman members to be their partners on the course. The winners on the day was the team of Sheila Irving and Ronnie Douglas with a magnificent net score of 60, seven shots ahead of their nearest rivals. Second was the team of Fiona and Bill Walton on net 67, and third was the team of Diane Cassidy and Matthew Brass on net 68 (bih). Prizes of £40; £30 and £20 respectively were awarded to these winners. A total of ten teams took part in the competition at a cost of £10 per team, making the grand sum of £100 for distribution; £90 was paid out in prizes to the winners leaving £10 for the contingency fund.