Carrick Neill Scottish Stroke Play Tees-Off
Home member Euan Walker struck the opening tee-shot to get the Carrick Neill Scottish Stroke Play Championship off and running at Kilmarnock (Barassie) this morning.
The SGU National Boys’ Squad player began proceedings at 7am, with Walker one of 144 players setting out in pursuit of glory in Ayrshire.
The prestigious national title, one of the Scottish Golf Union’s flagship events, is being contested by some of the world’s best amateurs, including entrants from Australia, South Africa, France and New Zealand, as well as home hopes.
The 72-hole stroke play events sees 18 holes played today and tomorrow, with 36 holes on Sunday for the top 40 and ties following the cut on Saturday night.
Blairgowrie’s Bradley Neil is the last player to tee-off today at 3.20pm.
Get along to Barassie to follow the action where entry to spectators is FREE.
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