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Sunday at Dalmally was designated ‘Super Sunday’ with three postponed competitions held in one.
The Medal Final, Gents’ Senior Championship and the Cowan Cup (final) round two were shoehorned into one 18-hole round.
With a couple of days of good drying winds preceding the events, the course proved playable, although preferred lies were in operation.
A close but good-humoured contest resulted in Terry Macnair taking the Gold Medal – lowest scratch round among the qualifying players – and Tony Graham, the Silver Medal – lowest net round. Martin O’Keeffe, not long eligible for the Seniors Championship (55 years +) was a clear winner with a net 67.
Tony Graham pipped Martin by one stroke for the Cowan Cup with a total score of 140.