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 Close shave for Barbour Steve's Centenary Cup on countback The Men’s Centenary Cup, sponsored by Tony White, is certainly a Ramsey ‘Major’ and a much sought after trophy. The two day competition saw low scores on both days and it would demand exceptional golf to maintain that level of play over two rounds to win. Jamie Arneil put in yet another stellar performance on both days scoring a one under par 69 and one over 71 and seven birdies over the weekend to take a well-deserved gross prize. For the nett section on Saturday 17 players were under par and Tony White was one of them after a back 9 of 37 and a two under par 68. Matthew Bell continues to show promise and his 67 after a birdie on the third gave him a first day top 10 finish. Further up the leaderboard Daniel Arneil and Stu Douglas were three under and certainly in contention for Sunday. Adam Greenwood‘s birdie on the 16th put him in fourth place on 66 and looking forward to repeating the score the next day. Ahead of him was Gareth Hooson-Owen on 65 after an excellent back 9 of 36. At the end of Saturday Tony Wood had crawled into second place on 64 and that was after a succession of dropped shots on the closing holes. It was not to be his weekend however a day prize is not to be sniffed at. Clear leader on Saturday night was another in-form player and Golf Week winner, Duncan McLeod. Birdies on the fourth and eighth laid a solid foundation for a sub-par round and with an excellent 37 back 9 it was just perfect for a 63. Could Duncan McLeod keep the momentum going or would there be moves from contenders waiting in the wings? Gareth Hooson-Owen almost did the trick and even with dropped shots on 17 and 18 a 71 put him in reach of the prizes with a four under par 136 and eventually third place. Matthew Bell suffered a couple of slip-ups but still posted a 70. Mark Moran’s return to form continued and his 69 giving him fifth place on Sunday behind Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley on 68. Ray Rowley parred the last three holes to post a 67 and take second place on the day. Duncan McLeod started with some steady golf until a triple bogey on the seventh followed by two shots dropped on the 10th blotted his card and could prove to be crucial by the end of the day. Undeterred he kept at it and put in a run of pars but as he neared the clubhouse dropped shots on 14, 15 and 16. A birdie two on the last put him in contention with a 71 with an overall total of a six under par 134 - would it be enough? Out on the course was Steve Barbour, last year’s winner and this year’s Town Cup winner. He was on the prowl for another major. An opening birdie followed by successive birdies on the fifth and sixth meant he was just two shots behind Duncan McLeod. Another birdie on the 11th made it neck and neck as the closing holes came into view. Dropped shots for both players on the 15th and 16th meant it was a matter of keeping cool and playing for par on the last two holes. He did the job and a second round 66 was the best of the day saw him six under leaving a tie on 134 for a narrow win on countback to clinch his second major of the year, the Centenary Cup. Pictured above - from left to right - Steve Barbour, Captain RGC, Mr Dave Boswell with sponsor Mr Tony White and best gross winner James Arneil.
 Close shave for Barbour Steve's Centenary Cup on countback The Men’s Centenary Cup, sponsored by Tony White, is certainly a Ramsey ‘Major’ and a much sought after trophy. The two day competition saw low scores on both days and it would demand exceptional golf to maintain that level of play over two rounds to win. Jamie Arneil put in yet another stellar performance on both days scoring a one under par 69 and one over 71 and seven birdies over the weekend to take a well-deserved gross prize. For the nett section on Saturday 17 players were under par and Tony White was one of them after a back 9 of 37 and a two under par 68. Matthew Bell continues to show promise and his 67 after a birdie on the third gave him a first day top 10 finish. Further up the leaderboard Daniel Arneil and Stu Douglas were three under and certainly in contention for Sunday. Adam Greenwood‘s birdie on the 16th put him in fourth place on 66 and looking forward to repeating the score the next day. Ahead of him was Gareth Hooson-Owen on 65 after an excellent back 9 of 36. At the end of Saturday Tony Wood had crawled into second place on 64 and that was after a succession of dropped shots on the closing holes. It was not to be his weekend however a day prize is not to be sniffed at. Clear leader on Saturday night was another in-form player and Golf Week winner, Duncan McLeod. Birdies on the fourth and eighth laid a solid foundation for a sub-par round and with an excellent 37 back 9 it was just perfect for a 63. Could Duncan McLeod keep the momentum going or would there be moves from contenders waiting in the wings? Gareth Hooson-Owen almost did the trick and even with dropped shots on 17 and 18 a 71 put him in reach of the prizes with a four under par 136 and eventually third place. Matthew Bell suffered a couple of slip-ups but still posted a 70. Mark Moran’s return to form continued and his 69 giving him fifth place on Sunday behind Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley on 68. Ray Rowley parred the last three holes to post a 67 and take second place on the day. Duncan McLeod started with some steady golf until a triple bogey on the seventh followed by two shots dropped on the 10th blotted his card and could prove to be crucial by the end of the day. Undeterred he kept at it and put in a run of pars but as he neared the clubhouse dropped shots on 14, 15 and 16. A birdie two on the last put him in contention with a 71 with an overall total of a six under par 134 - would it be enough? Out on the course was Steve Barbour, last year’s winner and this year’s Town Cup winner. He was on the prowl for another major. An opening birdie followed by successive birdies on the fifth and sixth meant he was just two shots behind Duncan McLeod. Another birdie on the 11th made it neck and neck as the closing holes came into view. Dropped shots for both players on the 15th and 16th meant it was a matter of keeping cool and playing for par on the last two holes. He did the job and a second round 66 was the best of the day saw him six under leaving a tie on 134 for a narrow win on countback to clinch his second major of the year, the Centenary Cup. Pictured above - from left to right - Steve Barbour, Captain RGC, Mr Dave Boswell with sponsor Mr Tony White and best gross winner James Arneil.
 Close shave for Barbour Steve's Centenary Cup on countback The Men’s Centenary Cup, sponsored by Tony White, is certainly a Ramsey ‘Major’ and a much sought after trophy. The two day competition saw low scores on both days and it would demand exceptional golf to maintain that level of play over two rounds to win. Jamie Arneil put in yet another stellar performance on both days scoring a one under par 69 and one over 71 and seven birdies over the weekend to take a well-deserved gross prize. For the nett section on Saturday 17 players were under par and Tony White was one of them after a back 9 of 37 and a two under par 68. Matthew Bell continues to show promise and his 67 after a birdie on the third gave him a first day top 10 finish. Further up the leaderboard Daniel Arneil and Stu Douglas were three under and certainly in contention for Sunday. Adam Greenwood‘s birdie on the 16th put him in fourth place on 66 and looking forward to repeating the score the next day. Ahead of him was Gareth Hooson-Owen on 65 after an excellent back 9 of 36. At the end of Saturday Tony Wood had crawled into second place on 64 and that was after a succession of dropped shots on the closing holes. It was not to be his weekend however a day prize is not to be sniffed at. Clear leader on Saturday night was another in-form player and Golf Week winner, Duncan McLeod. Birdies on the fourth and eighth laid a solid foundation for a sub-par round and with an excellent 37 back 9 it was just perfect for a 63. Could Duncan McLeod keep the momentum going or would there be moves from contenders waiting in the wings? Gareth Hooson-Owen almost did the trick and even with dropped shots on 17 and 18 a 71 put him in reach of the prizes with a four under par 136 and eventually third place. Matthew Bell suffered a couple of slip-ups but still posted a 70. Mark Moran’s return to form continued and his 69 giving him fifth place on Sunday behind Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley on 68. Ray Rowley parred the last three holes to post a 67 and take second place on the day. Duncan McLeod started with some steady golf until a triple bogey on the seventh followed by two shots dropped on the 10th blotted his card and could prove to be crucial by the end of the day. Undeterred he kept at it and put in a run of pars but as he neared the clubhouse dropped shots on 14, 15 and 16. A birdie two on the last put him in contention with a 71 with an overall total of a six under par 134 - would it be enough? Out on the course was Steve Barbour, last year’s winner and this year’s Town Cup winner. He was on the prowl for another major. An opening birdie followed by successive birdies on the fifth and sixth meant he was just two shots behind Duncan McLeod. Another birdie on the 11th made it neck and neck as the closing holes came into view. Dropped shots for both players on the 15th and 16th meant it was a matter of keeping cool and playing for par on the last two holes. He did the job and a second round 66 was the best of the day saw him six under leaving a tie on 134 for a narrow win on countback to clinch his second major of the year, the Centenary Cup. Pictured above - from left to right - Steve Barbour, Captain RGC, Mr Dave Boswell with sponsor Mr Tony White and best gross winner James Arneil.
 Close shave for Barbour Steve's Centenary Cup on countback The Men’s Centenary Cup, sponsored by Tony White, is certainly a Ramsey ‘Major’ and a much sought after trophy. The two day competition saw low scores on both days and it would demand exceptional golf to maintain that level of play over two rounds to win. Jamie Arneil put in yet another stellar performance on both days scoring a one under par 69 and one over 71 and seven birdies over the weekend to take a well-deserved gross prize. For the nett section on Saturday 17 players were under par and Tony White was one of them after a back 9 of 37 and a two under par 68. Matthew Bell continues to show promise and his 67 after a birdie on the third gave him a first day top 10 finish. Further up the leaderboard Daniel Arneil and Stu Douglas were three under and certainly in contention for Sunday. Adam Greenwood‘s birdie on the 16th put him in fourth place on 66 and looking forward to repeating the score the next day. Ahead of him was Gareth Hooson-Owen on 65 after an excellent back 9 of 36. At the end of Saturday Tony Wood had crawled into second place on 64 and that was after a succession of dropped shots on the closing holes. It was not to be his weekend however a day prize is not to be sniffed at. Clear leader on Saturday night was another in-form player and Golf Week winner, Duncan McLeod. Birdies on the fourth and eighth laid a solid foundation for a sub-par round and with an excellent 37 back 9 it was just perfect for a 63. Could Duncan McLeod keep the momentum going or would there be moves from contenders waiting in the wings? Gareth Hooson-Owen almost did the trick and even with dropped shots on 17 and 18 a 71 put him in reach of the prizes with a four under par 136 and eventually third place. Matthew Bell suffered a couple of slip-ups but still posted a 70. Mark Moran’s return to form continued and his 69 giving him fifth place on Sunday behind Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley on 68. Ray Rowley parred the last three holes to post a 67 and take second place on the day. Duncan McLeod started with some steady golf until a triple bogey on the seventh followed by two shots dropped on the 10th blotted his card and could prove to be crucial by the end of the day. Undeterred he kept at it and put in a run of pars but as he neared the clubhouse dropped shots on 14, 15 and 16. A birdie two on the last put him in contention with a 71 with an overall total of a six under par 134 - would it be enough? Out on the course was Steve Barbour, last year’s winner and this year’s Town Cup winner. He was on the prowl for another major. An opening birdie followed by successive birdies on the fifth and sixth meant he was just two shots behind Duncan McLeod. Another birdie on the 11th made it neck and neck as the closing holes came into view. Dropped shots for both players on the 15th and 16th meant it was a matter of keeping cool and playing for par on the last two holes. He did the job and a second round 66 was the best of the day saw him six under leaving a tie on 134 for a narrow win on countback to clinch his second major of the year, the Centenary Cup. Pictured above - from left to right - Steve Barbour, Captain RGC, Mr Dave Boswell with sponsor Mr Tony White and best gross winner James Arneil.
 Close shave for Barbour Steve's Centenary Cup on countback The Men’s Centenary Cup, sponsored by Tony White, is certainly a Ramsey ‘Major’ and a much sought after trophy. The two day competition saw low scores on both days and it would demand exceptional golf to maintain that level of play over two rounds to win. Jamie Arneil put in yet another stellar performance on both days scoring a one under par 69 and one over 71 and seven birdies over the weekend to take a well-deserved gross prize. For the nett section on Saturday 17 players were under par and Tony White was one of them after a back 9 of 37 and a two under par 68. Matthew Bell continues to show promise and his 67 after a birdie on the third gave him a first day top 10 finish. Further up the leaderboard Daniel Arneil and Stu Douglas were three under and certainly in contention for Sunday. Adam Greenwood‘s birdie on the 16th put him in fourth place on 66 and looking forward to repeating the score the next day. Ahead of him was Gareth Hooson-Owen on 65 after an excellent back 9 of 36. At the end of Saturday Tony Wood had crawled into second place on 64 and that was after a succession of dropped shots on the closing holes. It was not to be his weekend however a day prize is not to be sniffed at. Clear leader on Saturday night was another in-form player and Golf Week winner, Duncan McLeod. Birdies on the fourth and eighth laid a solid foundation for a sub-par round and with an excellent 37 back 9 it was just perfect for a 63. Could Duncan McLeod keep the momentum going or would there be moves from contenders waiting in the wings? Gareth Hooson-Owen almost did the trick and even with dropped shots on 17 and 18 a 71 put him in reach of the prizes with a four under par 136 and eventually third place. Matthew Bell suffered a couple of slip-ups but still posted a 70. Mark Moran’s return to form continued and his 69 giving him fifth place on Sunday behind Gordon Clarke and Ashley Horsley on 68. Ray Rowley parred the last three holes to post a 67 and take second place on the day. Duncan McLeod started with some steady golf until a triple bogey on the seventh followed by two shots dropped on the 10th blotted his card and could prove to be crucial by the end of the day. Undeterred he kept at it and put in a run of pars but as he neared the clubhouse dropped shots on 14, 15 and 16. A birdie two on the last put him in contention with a 71 with an overall total of a six under par 134 - would it be enough? Out on the course was Steve Barbour, last year’s winner and this year’s Town Cup winner. He was on the prowl for another major. An opening birdie followed by successive birdies on the fifth and sixth meant he was just two shots behind Duncan McLeod. Another birdie on the 11th made it neck and neck as the closing holes came into view. Dropped shots for both players on the 15th and 16th meant it was a matter of keeping cool and playing for par on the last two holes. He did the job and a second round 66 was the best of the day saw him six under leaving a tie on 134 for a narrow win on countback to clinch his second major of the year, the Centenary Cup. Pictured above - from left to right - Steve Barbour, Captain RGC, Mr Dave Boswell with sponsor Mr Tony White and best gross winner James Arneil.