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Our National Golf Championships, its winners, history & venues

Craigentinny Golf Club Edinburgh, Thursday 18 & Friday 19 April 2019

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Our National Champions

 

Our Current Champion is:

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Adam Storrie, from Fauldhouse West Lothian

who won over three rounds at Baberton & Silverknowes Golf Clubs in Edinburgh in 2018

Runner up was Malcolm Gerdes-Hansen of Leven, third was Thomas Kerr Scott of Busby

 

Other previous winners were:

 

2017 at Duddingston & Dalmahoy  Golf Clubs in Edinburgh, Alan Robertson, from Stirling

Runner up was John Irvine of Blyth, third was Alan Douglas of North Berwick

 

2016 at Duddingston & Dalmahoy Golf Clubs in Edinburgh, Scott Anderson, from Aberdeen

Runner up was Jim Gales MBE of Springfield, third was Alan Robertson of Stirling

 

2015 at Silverknowes & Swanston Golf Clubs in Edinburgh, Alan Robertson, from Stirling

Runner up was Billy Cairns of Kilmarnock, third was John Pennycott from the Isle of Arran

 

2014 at Silverknowes & Elmwood Golf Clubs Edinburgh & Fife, Trevor Crombie, from Kirkcaldy

Runner up was Billly Cairns of Kilmarnock, third was Peter Osborne of Carnforth

 

2013 at Carricknowe & Elmwood Golf Clubs Edinburgh & Fife, Christopher Corbett, from Dumfries

Runner up was Andy McDonald of Lancashire, third was Peter Osborne of Carnforth

 

2012 at Westerwood Golf Club in Lanarkshire, Colin Brock, from Glenrothes

Runner up was Ian White of Lanark, third was Derek Milne of Upper Largo

 

2011 at Dullatur Golf Club in Lanarkshire, Colin Brock, from Glenrothes

Runner up was Alastair Berry of Ayrshire, third was Ian White of Lanark

 

2010 at Machrihanish Golf Club in Argyll & Bute, Derek Milne, from Upper Largo

Runner up was Alastair Berry of Ayrshire, third was Fraser Paterson of Edinburgh

 

2009 at Scotscraig Golf Club, Jim Gales MBE, from Springfield

Runner up was Bob Drysdale of Tayport, third was Steve Bramwell of Johnstone

 

Our National Golf Chhampionships began under the current format in 2009, with previous formats dating back to 2005.  The Championship now operates over either a 54 or 36 hole stableford format and entry is open to all members of the new charity.  Entry details for the Nationals will appear on the Diary page linked here.

 

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