It is more than 100 years since the inauguration of the Northern Counties Cup competition.  Royal Aberdeen initiated the contest which was first held at Balgownie in 1900, and this annual inter-club team of four foursomes competition is still as prestigious and keenly contested now as it was then.
Teams from the counties of Aberdeen, Banff, Caithness, Inverness, Kincardine, Moray, Nairn, Orkney & Shetland, Ross & Cromarty and Sutherland, are eligible to compete. 
The venues are, in rotation, Royal Aberdeen, Nairn, Tain, Peterhead,  Royal Dornoch and Moray.

The 2018 competition will be held at Royal Aberdeen from 21 - 23 September


The 2017 Competition at Moray 
was won by Moray1

Winning Moray team (left to right) Stuart Tatters, Kyle Godsman, Malcolm MacLeman, Graham Murray

Moray 1 bt Murcar Links by 8 holes

M L MacLeman, S Tatters 5, A Styles, B Innes 0; K Godsman, G Murray 3, A Bews, I Galbraith 0.

Moray 1 won convincingly over Murcar in the final of the Northern Counties Cup. Local knowledge played a big part in the win but Malcom MacLeman and Stuart Tatters were 4 under par after 15 holes and 5 up. At the 450 yard 14th hole Anthony Bews of Murcar holed his second shot to bring it back to 3 down but with Moray’s first string being 5 up at the 15th the game was all over.




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