Jubilee and Lindesay Medals (05.09.2020)
"In 1830, David A Lindesay Esquire of Wormiston after expressing his surprise and regret that a Golfing Society of such long standing, was still without any honorary distinction, intimated his intention of presenting the Society with a silver medal."
In 1855, the medal was won by Allan Robertson over Sauchope Links and it is conceivably the only trophy ever gained by the world's most eminent golfer.
There being only six medals older in world golf, the Lindesay Medal remains one of the most prestigious trophies in world sport.
The Jubilee Medal is a relic of the East Neuk O' Fife Club and was donated by John Duncan (whose portrait hangs in the club entrance) to commemorate Queen Victoria's Jubillee.
Score Type: Course/Tee:
Strokeplay Mens Balcomie (White) CSS 70
ALASTAIR SCOTT – WINNER OF JUBILEE MEDAL (LOWEST GROSS SCORE) 73
DAVID BURKE – WINNER OF LINDESAY MEDAL (LOWEST NET SCORE) 65
1st Alasdair Scott 73 Gross £10.00 voucher + Jubilee Medal
1st David Burke 65 (20) £10.00 voucher + Lindesay Medal
2nd Craig Bridges 66 (8) £7.00 voucher
3rd Kenny Scott 69 (6) (on card countback) £5.00 voucher
SWEEP Div 1 (0 - 10)
Mr Craig Bridges 66 (8) £21.50 voucher
Mr Kenny Scott 69 (6) (on card countback) £13.00 voucher
Mr David McClelland 69 (5) £9.00 voucher
SWEEP Div 2 (11 - 28)
Mr David Burke 65 (20) £21.50 voucher
Mr Fraser Shuba 70 (18) (on card countback) £13.00 voucher
Mr Allan Green 71 (12) £9.00 voucher