Dunbar delight for Oliver Mukherjee and Harry Williamson
In windswept conditions at the East Lothian venue, Mukherjee once again showed his class, having become the youngest-ever Scottish Amateur champion earlier in the year.
He carded a five-under-par 66 to get his hands on the Scratch Trophy as he claimed a five-shot success over Dominic McGlinchey from The Renaissance Club.
Mukherjee’s brother, Sam, finished third on 72, with Jake Johnston (Royal Burgess) and the host club’s Callum Kenneally sharing fourth spot on 73.
In a tighter contest, Williamson won the Handicap Trophy with a net 70, pipping Liam Davidson from Turnhouse by a shot.
Three players - Ethan Robertson (Prestonfield), Fraser Walters (Gullane) and Hayden Fowler (Bathgate) - all finished on 74.
“The course was in fantastic condition, but the wind made it a very stiff test,” said foundation manager Scott Knowles. “Despite this, there was still some excellent scoring.”