KirkwoodGolf: WPGA International Tournament at Stoke by Nayland

Saturday, October 10, 2015

WPGA International Tournament at Stoke by Nayland


Alford's Laura Murray made a brave bid to qualify for the last round of the WPGA International tournament at Stoke by Nayland but failed by one shot to beat the cut.
The Paul Lawrie Golf Centre player improved by 10 shots, from an 81 on the first day, to a 71 in the second round but here her 152 aggregate was just one shot too many to figure among the 50 qualifiers.
Scots who made the cut were Aberdeen-born Gemma Dryburgh (Beaconsfield) with rounds of 74 and 72 for 146. She is tied 15th behind Spanish leader Natalia Escuriola (68-67 for 135).
Ellon's Michele Thomson (Meldrum House) and Grantown on Spey's Hannah McCook both totalled 149 for a share of 25th place. Thomson has had scores of 74 and 75, McCook 73 and 76.
Jane Turner (West Linton) made it through with a shot to spare on 150 with scores of 76 and 74.