SCORING was spectacular in the May McDonald Medal at Helensburgh Golf Club - in spite of the windy conditions throughout.

Jack Armstrong amassed 43 stableford points in the first class section, and was three under par for his last 11 holes.

However, even that wasn’t good enough to win him the prize, as his good friend Sarah Kemp posted a total of 45 points to take the first class honours.

Robert Dunbar was the second class winner with 42 points, pushing Tommy Darroch into second place by one point.

The round of the day, however, came from John Gallagher in the third class section: playing off a handicap of 29, he was 12 over par for his round of 81 gross, almost a shot a hole below his handicap.

His 53 stableford points total was one short of a net birdie on every hole and won him the third class by 10 shots.

Runner-up Philip Armstrong came off the course with a tally of 43 points and would have fancied his chances of class honours until taking a glance at the leaderboard.

Meanwhile, the May senior medal was won by Mick Bone with 41 stableford points, with Brian Penman just one point behind.

After nine holes Brian would have harboured thoughts of a win turning in a two over par gross 36, but the wheels fell off and he came home in 13 over par.