Carrying a slender two point lead from the first leg of this intriguing battle, Barassie entered the fray as favourites to progress to the final of the Ayrshire Summer League Competition. Two and a half points would be enough to take then to mouth-watering encounter with Irvine Bogside.
Six brave souls were bound for glory or golfing oblivion ...no one ever wants to be a losing semi-finalist. Young bucks and golfing maturity held Barassie's answer to this encounter.
Suffering from jet-lag and just returned from holiday in the sunny temperatures of Egypt, Jamie MacKay not only led the charge but also posted first blood with an emphatic 8&6 win over his oppenent.
Newly-crowned Club Champion and 'veteran' (if only by years) Robbie Fulker demonstrated yet again he can mix it with the youngsters gaining a well-deserved half point on the final green.
ONE POINT REQUIRED!!
Euan Brown!! Late nights and golfing Sunday's don't mix too well. However you are forgiven for carving your first drive out of bounds and then recording a comfortable 5&3 triumph.
JOB DONE!!! But there are still statistics out on the course!!!
Recovering from an uncharacteristically wild start to his round, Stuart Miller regained his composure and maintain his impressive record in this competition. His 5&3 win was putting some icing on Barassie's cake.
Perhaps Andrew Wright had been partaking of a small libation at the same welcoming hostelry as Euan, as he also scared the residents of the adjacent Whins Road when he sent his first drive out of bounds. Sadly this was an indicator of his forthcoming struggle, finally succumming at the 16th.
The mighty-hitting Calum Sharp played the anchor match, sporty a nattily design skin-coloured hat. His consistency of play saw him past his opponent by the comfort margin of 5&3.
So, Well Done, our local heroes and let's take this quality of power into the final.
The date for the final has still to be agreed, but Members are asked to watch the usual information channels and come to support their Team.