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Alexander MacDonald wins Royal Dornoch Club Championship 10 years after first win


By Will Clark

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ALEXANDER MacDonald came out on top at the Royal Dornoch Club Championship.

Royal Dornoch club champion Alexander MacDonald (right) receives the trophy from men’s captain Willie MacKay
Royal Dornoch club champion Alexander MacDonald (right) receives the trophy from men’s captain Willie MacKay

MacDonald claimed the title for the first time in 10 years by winning the competition by three shots.

He scored rounds 74, 72, 77 & 73 to give him a total of 296 (+16).

Allan Cameron claimed second place with an overall score of 299.

Defending champion, Chris Mailley settled for third place on 305.

Cameron had led after round one with a tremendous one under par 69 but the following days were blighted by strong winds on the links.

But MacDonald had his putting boots laced up on Sunday and got his hands on the trophy again.

He shot his best of the day 73 which was good enough to win the championship.


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