From Fields to Fairways – Scotgrain’s Annual Golf Tournament

The 2019 Scotgrain Golf Tournament took place at Brechin Golf Club, with about 20 farmers taking to the fairways along with some of the Scotgrain team. Findlay Russell of Drummietermont Farm took the winners prize on the day, with Graeme Carnegie and Ross Hume coming in a close 2nd and 3rd. Bacon Rolls before the […]
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On June 23, 2019

The 2019 Scotgrain Golf Tournament took place at Brechin Golf Club, with about 20 farmers taking to the fairways along with some of the Scotgrain team.

Findlay Russell of Drummietermont Farm took the winners prize on the day, with Graeme Carnegie and Ross Hume coming in a close 2nd and 3rd. Bacon Rolls before the game and a meal after the game at the club house made up for those of us whose skills on the fairways could still do with a bit of polish, although everybody left with a few Scotgrain gifts.

Scotgrain have been running an annual golf tournament for a number of years, and it continues to be a welcome addition to our social calendar, allowing Growers to benefit from getting the craic, while finding out about some of the latest industry news. No doubt, the ability to take some time at a driving range is also a good stress relief that many of us can also benefit from!

To find out more about when the next tournament is planned, or which events and shows you can catch up with the Scotgrain team – get in touch with your local farm trader.

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We'll be on the road collecting some images and content for our marketing over the next few days. If you still have barley to cut, we'd love to hear from you. Particularly so if you have an iconic view!

We'll be in around the Highlands/Grampian, but we'll go where the combines are in action.

Let us know by tagging your farm/friends in the comments.

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Calling all combines!

Well be on the road collecting some images and content for our marketing over the next few days. If you still have barley to cut, wed love to hear from you. Particularly so if you have an iconic view!

Well be in around the Highlands/Grampian, but well go where the combines are in action.

Let us know by tagging your farm/friends in the comments.

#barley #harvest #harvest2021 #harvesttime
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