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Members compete to represent Scotland in ACCA golf challenge

The Scottish heat of the ACCA UK and Ireland Golf Challenge, sponsored by Hays Senior Finance, took place at the Cawder Golf Club on 20 May 2010. Over 40 participants were rewarded with a fine warm day to enjoy.

The Cawder course is a great test of golf, with stunning views afforded over the Campsie Hills and holes that test the best of golfers. With its mixture of lush fairways, woodland and water features the Cawder has a wide variety of holes presenting constant new challenges for the golfer.

The signature 18th hole, a par three of 209 yards, overlooked by and downhill towards the clubhouse, brought a wonderful round of golf to a perfect end and a fitting challenge for the nearest the pin competition which was won by Alan Taylor. The longest drive competition was won by Mathew Thorburn.

The four members who will represent Scotland at the final, which will take place at the Foxhills Golf Club, Surrey on Friday 17 September 2010, are pictured below:

Golf 

First place:             Iain Jeynes (top left)
Second place:        Craig Wright (bottom left)
Third place:            Mark McGlone (top right)
Fourth place:          Mark Kelly (bottom right)

We wish them luck in their endeavours to bring the trophy home to Scotland.

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