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Glencruitten golfer sets his sights on turning professional next year

dmcphee@obantimes.co.uk

SCOTTISH Amateur Golfer of the Year Robert MacIntyre will spend one more season as an amateur before testing himself on the professional circuit.

Robert was awarded the prestigious amateur of the year accolade after having ‘his best year on the course’, finishing the season as the leading Scot in the world amateur golf rankings. He is currently in 11th place.

The left-handed player’s year got off to a flying start when he won the Scottish Champion of Champions tournament at Leven Golfing Society. The 20-year-old carried this momentum in to the highly regarded British Amateur Championship but unfortunately the Glencruitten golfer had to settle for second place. ‘That was a disappointment,’ said Robert. ‘You see the boy that I played getting all the invites to the masters and the European tour events.

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