Dawn sparkles in 20th Burns Crystal tournament

John Taylor presents the trophy to Dawn Singleton.

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Isle of Seil Golf Club held its annual Burns Crystal Trophy Tournament, sponsored by Highland Arts, on Saturday July 24.

This is the 20th year the competition has been played and this year’s much-deserved winner is Dawn Singleton who manages The Oyster Bar and Restaurant in Easdale.

The course was in prime condition and so fast that previous winners were baffled.

There were prizes for the longest drive, nearest pin, least amount of putts and
birdie putts, of which there was only one, which went to the winner Dawn. There were also prizes for first, second third and fourth.

Results: 1, Dawn Singleton 61; 2= Pat Mill, captain, Scott Johnson 63; 3, Geo Adam; 4, Barry Clark. Longest Drive, men, Kieran McLarty; Longest Drive, ladies, Jean Ainsley; Nearest Pin 4/13th, Geo Adam; Nearest Pin 8/17th, James Johnson; Least Putts, men, Geo Adam 30; Least Putts, ladies, Dawn Singleton 27; Birdie Putts, Dawn Singleton.

The special prize for best dressed golfer went to Geo Adam who always looks
impressive.

Thanks were extended to everyone who helped to make it such a successful day, Isobel
Smith, course owner, Pat Mill, captain and Mary Phillips, handicap specialist.

Sandwiches and refreshments were enjoyed by everyone under beautiful blue
skies to round off the event.