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2013 Ladies' Order of Merit Print E-mail

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Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm)

Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) won the Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association's Girls' Order of Merit three years in a row from 2009. After an impressive list of results, she has been crowned this season's senior Order of Merit winner.

Briggs collected 2075 points to finish ahead of Scottish Ladies' Amateur Champion Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) with Ailsa Summers (Carnoustie Ladies) in third place. Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) - Eilidh's older sister - was fourth.

"I was delighted with the year," said Eilidh, a Stirling University physical education student. "I was consistent all season and really performed in the big events.

"I had top 15 finishes in the Scottish, Welsh and Irish Opens and not many players do that. I had the chance to win a couple of times and I learned a lot from the year. It was good that my form didn't go up and down. It was steady throughout."

In her third year at Stirling, the 20-year-old is grateful for the help she receives from the University. "It is tough trying to do everything, but I love the fact that I am adding to my education while my golf is still improving," she said. "Everyone at Stirling helps me to combine both."

A member of the Home International team at Scotscraig - as was Megan - Briggs was disappointed that Scotland finished with the wooden spoon, but she could be proud of a personal haul of two foursomes wins and two singles points.

"We had a very new, young team and a lot of the matches were very close (Scotland drew with Ireland) so there were encouraging signs, she pointed out. " Also, a lot of our players are in the US so were unavailable."

With another two years of study at University, Briggs is not looking too far ahead. But golf definitely features in her future plans. "My goal is to get a GB and Ireland cap and finish my degree before making any serous decisions about my golf," she added. "This year has been very good and I just want to keep getting better"

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