Glenmuir was delighted to acknowledge recently the long service of two of its employees. William Fraser and Paul McCutcheon have been with the company for over 15 years and as a token of Glenmuir’s appreciation for their commitment and dedication to the company a long service presentation was held at the Lanark office.
Sam Torrance has renewed his long-standing association with Glenmuir, the leading golf and leisurewear brand. Sam has sported the Scottish company’s distinctive diamond logo for many years on the European Tour, and will now join a list of many top players on the European Seniors Tour who choose to wear Glenmuir clothing.
A disastrous quintuple bogey at the 14th hole robbed Jason McCreadie of a wire-to-wire victory in the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship at St Andrews Bay Resort, allowing playing partner, Gordon Law (Uphall, West Lothian), to seize the initiative for the biggest win of a 20-year career.
"I'm pretty happy" was the understandable comment from the man who's led the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship from the start, as he contemplated a three-shot lead going into tomorrow's final round.
A distinct wobble that could have proved unnerving for overnight leader, Jason McCreadie, was partially remedied by a birdie at the final hole, which leaves the 33-year-old Scot still well clear of the field in the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship.
The opening day of the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship truly belonged to Jason McCreadie. The 33-year-old playing professional from Buchanan Castle, at Dymen in Stirlingshire, never had a finer round as he reduced the Torrance course at the spectacular St Andrews Bay Resort to an eight-under 64, no fewer than four strokes better than the record set earlier in the year by Brian Dunbar from Deer Park in Livingston.
Local knowledge hoisted The Kendleshire teaching pro' Scott Richards to the top of the leader board after the PGA West Region 18-hole qualifier for the club pros' national championship, played over his home course, on Tuesday 3 June.
Billy Marchbank and Ken Hutton took advantage of ideal conditions at Ladybank, near Cupar, when they fired four-under 67's on Thursday to lead the Scottish qualifiers for the Glenmuir Club Professional Championship.
Having experienced the high-class treatment of a PGA Cup player five years ago in Colorado, Rhos-on-Sea's Mike Macara laid the early groundwork for another appearance with a sparkling round on Friday 9 May at St Annes Old Links, near Blackpool.