20 June 2013: 5:53am
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Greg Telfer put one over on his brother to win Ayr Golf Week’s Tam O’Shanter tournament for the first time.Read
Leading qualifier Graeme Gimson (St Cuthbert) had to fight off the Telfer clan to win the 57th Prestwick Links Championship.Read
Ayrshire strokeplay champion Stuart Robin (St Nicholas) is bidding to defend the Prestwick Links Championship.Read
Golfer Michael Smyth is heading to the world club championship for the third year in a row.Read
Kilmarnock Barassie and Ballochmyle defended the top two trophies in the Ayrshire Boys’ Team Championship at Kilbirnie Place on Sunday.Read
Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) is the 2013 Ayrshire ladies’ county champion.Read
Defending champions Prestwick St Cuthbert have been drawn alongside 2011 winners Irvine in the Ayrshire Junior Golf League Championship.Read
Prestwick Golf Club pro David Fleming is top of the shops.Read
Troon Welbeck’s Michael Stewart won the biggest prize of his fledgling tour pro golf career when he finished joint fifth in the PGA of Europe’s Beko Classic in Turkey.Read
We took on the world and came home as winners.Read
Ayrshire have failed in their bid to win the West of Scotland Inter County League for the first time in many years.Read
Jack McDonald has been named Scottish amateur golfer of the year for 2012.Read
Get your entries in now for the Girvan Golf Classic.Read
MICHAEL SMYTH won Troon Golf Week’s Mills Quaich for the first time.Read
GREG TELFER and Emma Hale won the Tom Lehman trophies after beating tough opposition at the Troon Junior Open over the town’s Darley, Fullarton and Lochgreen courses.Read
DOON VALLEY’S James Graham will meet former Scotland internationalist Steven McEwan (Caprington) in the final of the Ayrshire champion of champions competition at Royal Troon on Friday at 5pm.Read
HURRY for the Troon Junior Open for the Tom Lehman Trophies.Read
ROYAL Troon hosts the semi-finals of the Ayrshire champion of champions competition on Friday, August 3 at 5pm.Read
THE 2012 Ayrshire seniors champion is 58-year-old Billy Moore of Loudoun who won the title in a closely contested competition over his home course.Read
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