THE curtain officially came down on the golf season over the past two weekends as Peebles Golf Club celebrated the many achievements of its members at the men’s, ladies' and junior presentation nights.

Jamie Morris was the big winner once again on the gents front as he celebrated a unique double treble of the Club Championship, Peebles Open and Lothians Championship, although his caddy Jamie Fenton wasn’t far behind after a large haul in the various team events alongside Kris Hopkirk.

Other multiple winners included Kevin Blacklaw, Gary French, Steven Waldie, Craig McDonald, Keith Brunton, Andrew Flannery, Paddy Shields and Graham Leavy, while large cheers greeted ‘major’ wins for Walter Forsyth and Ian Pemberton.

Allan Turnbull was on hand to collect the Borders double of the Area Team Championship and Summer League titles, while there was an acknowledgement for Stephen Roger’s first Scotland cap and the fantastic achievements of Craig Howie on the professional scene.

Peebles Golf Club’s ladies held their annual Dinner and Presentation on Saturday night.

Although sad to miss some 'old faces', it was good to welcome a number of new members. After a much-enjoyed dinner, Vice-Captain Gavin Carruthers gallantly presented the season's winners with their trophies. Competition results have been reported throughout the season but the following 'end-of-season' results were also announced - Lady Margaret Trophy: Sheila Cuthbertson, Eclectic Trophy: Sheila Horsburgh, Best Improver: Susan Brown and Overall Medal winners: (Silver) Denise Richards; (Bronze) Betty Scott.

There was a great turnout of families on Friday evening for the Junior Presentation.

A new name is the on the Junior Championship trophy as Jack Kinghorn made his mark on the club, while Callum Waldie dominated the weekly circuit with numerous impressive wins throughout the season, cutting his handicap from 45 to 20 and topping the Order of Merit.

Other winners on the night included Michael Smith, Sam Tait, Fraser Brock, Reuben Sterricks, Cameron Cormack, Frankie Masson, Kerr Sutherland and Jamie Clark, while Jenna Clelland and Jack Foley were the pick of the players in the younger ranks, collecting the Brian Morris Trophy and Maureen Haig Trophy respectively.

More photos from the night can be found on the club’s Facebook page.