SCOTT MUNRO just held on to win the Abbott Hill competition, played over two days and two rounds at Caversham Heath at the weekend.
Munro led the field on Saturday with a round of 41 points and, despite falling to 31 points on Sunday for a total of 72 points, just managed to hold off the challenge of Daniel Dover and Barney Wytchard, both with a combined 72 points with Dover claiming the runner-up spot on countback.
Dover played steady golf over the two days, following up his 36 points on day one with 35 points on Sunday. Wytchard could not live up to his 39 points on the Saturday and carded 32 points on Sunday.
Lee Kirton was lying second after day one with 40 points but he could only muster 30 points the following day for a score of 70 and fifth place.
John Downey shot the best second round score of 38 points, followed by Gerry Rogers and Philip Beresford, both with 37 points. They were never in contention after all scored below the 30 points mark on the Saturday.