Dalmally Golf Club prizegiving

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A cold but sunny day on Sunday October 27 saw the conclusion to a successful season at Dalmally Golf Club.
A fun nine-hole mixed stableford with a twist preceded lunch and the annual prizegiving in the clubhouse.

As well as the competition winners, the club captain made presentations to Alison Livingstone who was retiring after 15 years as Ladies Handicap Secretary and the voluntary greens team Jim Livingstone, Billy McKay and Ewen Groat to acknowledge and thank them for their major contribution to the club. Graeme also thanked Etive Brown who was retiring as Ladies Match Secretary.

Graeme commented that the future of the club was assured with the new generation of players including Lewis MacMillan who won Most Promising Player and Andrew MacMillan who took the Junior Champion Trophy, along with dad James who won the Leisure Sport Trophy and the Club Championship (Handicap).

The MacMillan family.

The prizegiving concluded with a fun ‘Nearest the Pin’ on the first hole with Ewen Groat narrowly pipping Alison Livingstone. Ewen generously donated the competition prize fund back to the club.

Prizewinners: Gents – McIntyre Greensomes – Ewen Groat and Jim Livingstone; Leisure Sport Trophy – James MacMillan; Strathorchy Trophy – Ewen Groat; Cowan Cup – Tony Graham; Two Clubs and A Putter – Graeme MacKechnie; Match Play Sunday Singles – Terry Macnair; Ralph Boon Trophy – Tony Graham; Most Promising Player – Lewis MacMillan; Junior Trophy – Andrew MacMillan; Summer Stableford League – Jim Livingstone; Seniors Championship – Martin O’Keeffe; Gold Medal – Terry Macnair; Silver Medal – Tony Graham; Club Champion – Handicap – James MacMillan; Club Champion – Scratch – Graeme MacKechnie.
Ladies – Simmers Quaich – Catriona O’Keeffe; Golf Foundation Brooch (Best 9 from 18 holes) – Rena Ritchie; Braigh Quaich (28+ Handicap) – Caroline Manson; Lyndsay Trophy (Greensome 9 holes) – Catriona O’Keeffe and Alison Livingstone; Munro Trophy (Two Clubs and a Putter) – Jean Twort; Silver Medal – Maud Marshall; Lady Golfer (Best 29 + Handicap) – Rena Ritchie; Birdie Tree Birdie – Alison Livingstone; Quaich for 9 hole series – Etive Brown; Eclectic Medal Play – Maud Marshall; Ann Broughton Quaich (September Greensome) – June Sutherland and Rena Ritchie; First Lady (Seniors Open) – Catriona O’Keeffe.
Mixed Competitions – John MacKechnie Quaich – Maud Marshall and Terry Macnair; Dalmally Shield ( Ladies v Gents) – Dalmally Gents.