Clydebank and District golfer Scott Moore has added the Dumbartonshire Golf Union matchplay title to the strokeplay championship he lifted last weekend to cap off a memorable week.

Moore came through two tough matches on Sunday, beating fellow Clydebank player Kevin Logan in the semi-final before overcoming Martyn Paton of Helensburgh in the final to lift the matchplay title just one week after winning the strokeplay tournament on the same course.

The 31-year-old has struggled to play tournaments regularly due to work and family commitments but insists he was never going to miss the chance to compete on his home course.

He said: “I’m so happy with the wins. It was pleasing that they were on my home course too, it was good to represent the club.

“I’ve reached the matchplay final before four or five years ago when it was at Hilton Park and got beat but I haven’t played in it for many years. I tend not to due to work commitments but I made a point of making sure I was available for this one due to it being on my home course. I knew I would have a good advantage and wanted to give it a good shot.

“I don’t always get the chance to play in the tournaments due to work and I’ve got a two-year old son now too so I have to be selective of when and where I play but I’m definitely glad I chose these tournaments.”

Moore’s strokeplay victory and the performances of fellow Clydebank and District golfers Angus McKay and James McEwan also ensured the club walked away with the Wylie Trophy. The Wylie Trophy is team tournament played in conjunction with the Strokeplay Championship and adds the lowest three scorers of each club together.

Moore added: “It’s extra pleasing because the guys from the club played well and we managed to win the Wylie Trophy. Myself, Angus and James now get to represent Dumbartonshire County in the National Final in Kinross on September 23.

“I also get to play in the Area Team Championships in September. I was asked to represent the county in the six man team after winning the strokeplay. That’s the first time I’ve been selected for that. I’ve been in the 10 man team through the youths and juniors but this is the first time I’ve been selected for the smaller team so I’m looking forward to that as well.”