Dun Whinny Pro Am – a great success

The inaugural Dun Whinny Pro Am held on Saturday 17 May was a huge success, raising in excess of £4,000 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The decidedly challenging weather conditions did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of all who took part, in particular the teams led by club Vice-Captain Mike Collier and Honorary Secretary Ron MacKelvie who ran out winners on the Kings and Queens courses respectively. The overall winner of the professionals’ prize was Gleneagles man Tom Higson.

Following the golf Dun Whinny members and their guests sat down to dinner in the Dormy House and were entertained by three excellent guest speakers. These were former Dun Whinny Captain Dr John Rankin, former Premier League football referee Mike McCurry and footballing legend Gordon Smith.

Thanks go to all who helped to run such a successful day, particularly to Stewart Lockhart who did much of the organising and compered the evening with aplomb.

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Winners on the Kings course

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3 Responses to Dun Whinny Pro Am – a great success

  1. Andy Lothian says:

    Well done, Stewart, and congratulations to all who participated. Great to have so much fun raising money for such an important cause.

  2. Martin Super says:

    An excellent day despite the weather. Well done to everyone who helped with the organisation especially Stewart. Hopefully this will become an event that continues as it received fantastic support from the membership.

  3. curleytony says:

    Well done Stewart you done a great job

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