PRIZE-winners from the Montrose Links Junior Day were as follows.
Carnoustie Country Trophy for Best Medal overall net score - Nicholas Stirling, Montrose Caledonia 64.
Medal Course, scratch: under-18 - 1, Connor Cook, Ballumbie Castle 73; 2, John Miller, Monifieth 75 bih; 3, Scott Grant, Downfield 75. Under-14 - 1, Ewan Wheat, Royal Montrose 82; 2, Finlay Harcus, Montrose Caledonia 86; 3, Cameron Carnegie, Kemnay 91.
Medal Course, handicap: under-18 - 1, Will Porter, Letham Grange 70; 2 Andrew Iaokmides, Burhill 71 bih; 3, Kyle Walker, Royal Montrose 71. Under-14 - 1, Nicholas Stirling, Montrose Caledonia 64; 2, Callum Scott, Kemnay 75; 3, Michael Falconer, Montrose Caledonia 78.
Broomfield Course, scratch: under-16 - 1, Jamie Connolly, Carnoustie Caledonia 74 bih; 2, Charlie Walls, Monifieth 74; 3, Kyle Gordon, Arbroath 85.
Broomfield Course, handicap: under-16 - Nathan Low, Royal Montrose 51; 2, Euan Mckay, Arbroath 52; 3, Stuart Mckenna, Kirriemuir 54.
Tri-golf: girls - 1, Sarah Tough, Royal Montrose 49; 2, Eva Fisher, Callander 53. Boys - 1, Fraser Watters, Royal Montrose 41; 2, Finn Coull, Royal Montrose 42.
Putting: under-18 - Callum Boath, Kirriemuir 33; under-14 - Harris Porter, Royal Montrose 33; Under-10 (nine holes) - Adam Clark, Kirriemuir 19.
Course details: Medal, under-18 boys, CSS 73; under-14 boys, CSS 69; under-14 girls, CSS 76. Broomfield, junior boys, CSS 63; junior girls, CSS 71.
“Junior golfers are the future of the game,” said Sandy Barclay, Junior Convenor, Kirriemuir Golf Club, who explained that, thanks to Angus Council’s offer to local golf clubs of free travel to Montrose, over 20 junior golfers from Kirriemuir had attended the Junior Day of Golf. “It’s very encouraging that so many junior golfers benefited from the free golfing activities on offer at the Montrose 450 Junior Golf Day – and I know that Kirriemuir’s junior golfers found it a very worthwhile and enjoyable day.
“Junior golf development initiatives like this provide excellent opportunities for young people to play in golf competitions or simply pick up a golf club for the first time. This will help to ensure the continuing popularity of golf throughout Carnoustie Country, which, with its excellent choice of 30 courses in and around Angus and 450 years of golfing heritage, has to be one of the best places in the world to learn to play golf.”
Montrose 450 Junior Day of Golf was also sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline and The Round Table of Montrose.