Golf: Murcar’s Bryan Innes ‘very proud’ after profitable back-to-back Aberdeen Hyperlinks Championships
Former Scotland worldwide Bryan, 52, defeated Deeside’s Callum Bruce, 15, by one gap within the last on the Kings Hyperlinks a yr on from his 6&5 success over Bon Accord’s Matty Smith.
The Hyperlinks Championship had been restricted to the three Hyperlinks golf equipment – Bon Accord, Caledonian and Northern – however Aberdeen Pennant League sides have been invited to take part after entries dwindled in recent times.
Bryan Innes believes profitable consecutive Aberdeen Hyperlinks Championship titles is one among his finest achievements.
Bryan has grasped the chance with each palms and reaped the rewards.
“Profitable back-to-back Hyperlinks titles is a superb achievement and one thing I’m very pleased with,” stated Bryan.
“I performed properly within the rounds previous the ultimate, nonetheless, I struggled with my sport and was lucky to discover a approach to get it performed.
“I used to be 3up after six holes earlier than dropping three out of subsequent 4 holes to be all sq. after 10.
“The again 9 was into the wind and, after profitable the eleventh with a par, I performed solidly coming dwelling.
“My lengthy irons into the seventeenth and the final had been necessary and proved decisive.
“Callum is a powerful younger participant who had beat me within the Jaffrey Cup a few weeks in the past, so I knew what I used to be up in opposition to.
“He has a superb temperament for somebody so younger, which is nice to see.
“I’ve been working exhausting on my sport with Gary Forbes at Murcar and an enchancment in final couple of years has allowed me to grow to be extra aggressive once more.
“I received my first Seniors occasion in Could and adopted that up by profitable the Journal Cup, and now it is a reward for the hassle.
“There’s a lot to play for within the subsequent few months and this win will hopefully present the platform for extra success.”
Caledonian’s Levi Ross received the Low Handicap Protect after beating Bon Accord’s Matthew Dunn by one gap within the last.