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As the Muckhart Golf Club wins the Perth and Kinross Team Championship, youth and experience are mixed to achieve astounding results.

Muckhart Golf Club has added more silverware to its trophy cabinet after winning the Perth and Kinross Team Championships.

The Strassmore Golf Center in good condition hosted an event over the weekend, welcoming top trio players from across the region.

And it was the McHeart team of Neil Hill, Lewis Sheath and Alex Tarrick who finished the top of the mountain with four shots at the end of play.

Auchterarder Golf Club took second place and Crieff Golf Club took third place on the podium.

DP World Tour player Calum Hill's father, Neil, brought a wealth of experience to the winning team, and young Lewis and Alex both performed brilliantly.

For years, McCart has had the real knack for creating talented golfers, many of whom have made progress to study and embrace their talents on the state side.

Giving young players the opportunity to shine on the adult stage remains very important to the club and it is a successful strategy.

"There are a lot of great scratch players in the club," said club captain Chris Tarrick.

"To be fair to people inside and outside the team, they always want juniors to be given the first option to play anything, so why two people in this team? Was there a junior? There was also a very strong second team.

"We seem to be riding a small wave back in the days of Calum Hill. From there, Ross There were players like White and they also went to America.

"Calum's brother Ian was just as good, but chose not to go to America. There was a slight gap and then There were Jamie Roberts and Andrew Thornton, both very well.

"We all play in the men's scratch team as soon as we're good enough. Otherwise, children will not be exposed to adult competition until they are 18 or 19 years old or older. Playing with them boosts great confidence. "

Neil teams and clubs Chris commented on the positive impact on the situation, adding: "Neil is the club's multiple winners in scratch events and club championships.

" He and Ian both won the club championship, but Karam didn't. They didn't. I'm sure he reminded me of that. Neil has been a great scratch team for many years. "

Muckhart is Auchterarder, Crieff, Perth Artisans, Craigie Hill, Pitlochry. , Kinross, Blairgowrie, King James VI, Strathmore.

The highest personal score of the day was a great 4 under par 68 by Perth craftsman Barry Whiteock. Alex and Lewis of Muckhart both recorded 1 under par 71.