Bradley Neil of Blairgowrie Golf Club, Perth & Kinross, who was runner-up in the South African Stroke play and St Andrews Links Trophy, leads the 2014 Scottish Golf Union Order of Merit.

BradleyNeil3Neil, has amassed 296 points from 3 events played and has a 41 points advantage over second placed, Jack Kilmarnock of Barassie.

In third spot is NCAA Collegiate Golfer and 2014 Links Trophy champion, Grant Forrest of Craigielaw.

Forrest, the former Scottish Amateur Golf Champion, has 232 points from 2 events played.

In fourth place on 225 points is Jamie Savage from Cawder Golf Club.

The top-10 is rounded-off by Graeme Robertson, Matt Clark, Scott Gibson, Nick McAndrew, Danny Kay, Craig Ross and Danny Young.

The top-20 positions reads as follows.

2014 Scottish Golf Union Order of Merit (18-6-14):-

1 NEIL, Bradley Blairgowrie 3 296
2 MACDONALD, Jack Kilmarnock (Barassie) 3 259
3 FORREST, Grant Craigielaw 2 232
4 SAVAGE, Jamie Cawder 3 225
5 ROBERTSON, Graeme Glenbervie 3 178
6 CLARK, Matthew Kilmacolm 4 177
7 GIBSON, Scott Southerness 3 137
8 MCANDREW, Nick Royal Aberdeen 3 123
9 KAY, Daniel Dunbar 4 120
T10 ROSS, Craig Kirkill 4 108
T10 YOUNG, Daniel Craigie Hill 3 108
12 WATSON, Craig East Renfrewshire 2 108
13 CULVERWELL, Alexander Dunbar 3 107
14 DUNTON, Adam McDonald 4 103
15 MARCHBANK, Greig Thornhill 4 100
16 NAYSMITH, Murray Marriot Dalmahoy 1 94
17 MCLEOD, Ben Musselburgh 2 90
18 DAILEY, Michael Erskine 3 80
19 BORROWMAN, Scott Dollar 4 79
20 MCDOUGAL, Alasdair Elderslie 3 59


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