Speyside Golf Festival 2019

Congratulations to Eddie Middleton who's blistering 39 Stableford points on a blustery day at Moray Golf Club saw him blast through the field and grab vistory with an aggegrate best 4 of 5 total of 139 points, winning the Festival by two clear points from a group of four players scoring 137 points each.

2019 Winner

Click here to see the full list of results (the password is caddie).

Unfortunately, no-one struck lucky with a hole-in-one.

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Day 5 – Moray

Day 5 - MorayA fine day for links golf, and the final round at Moray GC, with prize-giving to follow - and the chance of hole-in-one prizes.

The old course is considered to be one of the finest links courses in Scotland. A classic links designed by Old Tom Morris with deep revetted bunkers, undulating gorse lined fairways and smooth fast greens. It is a superb test of golf.

Daily winners were:

Gents:
    1 – Eddie Middleton, 39 points
    2 – Neil Moreland, 34
    3 – John Moore, 34

Ladies:
    1 – Debbie Hudson, 33 points
    2 – Sue Holwell, 31
    3 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 30

The final leaderboard was:
    1 – Eddie Middleton, 139 points
    2 – Debbie Hudson, 137
    3 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 137
    4 – Robert MacGregor, 137
    5 – Tony Noakes, 137

Day 4 – Forres

Day 4 - ForresRound 4 was held at Forres GC, and was enightened by a gin testing sesssion hosted by Benromach.

Forres Golf Course is a wonderful parkland golf course with spectacular views and aimed at golfers of all abilities. It is extremely well maintained and has a fine reputation in the area for the condition of its greens.

Daily winners were:

Gents:
    1 – Ken Mason, 40 points
    2 – Neil Moreland, 38
    3 – Gary Skerret, 38

Ladies:
    1 – Fiona Findlay, 38 points
    2 – Lynn Manson, 36
    3 – Gillian Paterson, 35

The combined leaders were:
    1 – Robert MacGregor, 137 points
    2 – Tony Noakes, 137
    3 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 137
    4 – Lynn Manson, 135
    5 – Yvonne Craig, 135

Day 3 – Elgin

Day 3 - ElginOn to Elgin GC, and a day which started with ideal playing conditions which, unfortulately, were interupted by rain showers and a blustery wind in the later part of the day.

Elgin Golf Club is one of the finest inland courses in the North of Scotland, the challenging but fair course is a true test of all players. Situated in the heart of Moray and Speyside, the golf course boasts stunning views over the town of Elgin, and the hills stretching to the distant Cairngorms.

Daily winners were:

Gents:
    1 – Robert MacGregor, 35 points
    2 – Jim Strang, 35
    3 – John Murphy, 35

Ladies:
    1 – Yvonne Craig, 36 points
    2 – Gail Joughin, 35
    3 – Susan Randall, 34

The combined leaders were:
    1 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 107 points
    2 – John Wade, 105
    3 – Yvonne Craig, 103
    4 – Tony Noakes, 103
    5 – Robert MacGregor, 102

Day 2 – Boat of Garten

Day 2 - Boat of GartenOn a day of showers and sunny spells, the Speyside Golf Festival continued today with the second round, at Boat of Garten GC.

Designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture, James Braid, “The Boat” is set alongside the River Spey in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. The course is not only renowned as a demanding test of sporting skill but also as a magnificent setting for the game.

Daily winners were:

Gents:
    1 – John McBride, 40 points
    2 – Ged Wilkinson, 39
    3 – Ian Smith, 38

Ladies:
    1 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 39 points
    2 – Debbie Hudson, 38
    3 – Anne MacGregor, 37

The leaders were:
    1 – John McBride, 74 points
    2 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 74
    3 – Ian Smith, 74
    4 – John Wade, 73
    5 – Tony Noakes, 72

Day 1 – Grantown-on-Spey

Day 1 - Grantown-on-SpeyThe Speyside Golf Festival resumed today with the start of the 2019 event at Grantown-on-Spey GC.

Grantown-on-Spey Golf Club is one of the finest golf venues in Cairngorm National Park area. Nestled in leafy parkland looking onto the Cairngorm mountains the course was designed by Willie Park with assistance from James Braid.

120 competitors from Scotland, England, Wales, Switzerland and Germany teed-off in dreich weather conditions to play on a superb course, in superb condition.

At the end of play, the daily winners were:

Gents:
    1 – Roger Wallace, 39 points
    2 – William Sawings, 38
    3 – Paul Markham, 37

Ladies:
    1 – Yvonne Craig, 35 points
    2 – Janet Reid-Thomas, 35
    3 – Lynn Manson, 35

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