Scotland's Michele Thomson and Hannah McCook finished T2 just behind Tartan Pro Tour founder Paul Lawrie at the latest event at Montrose Golf Links.

We've loved following all the mixed tours that have been going on throughout the UK this year.

The 2020protour, Clutch Pro Tour and Tartan Pro Tour have let the best female professionals and amateurs across the country tee it up with the men and show what they can do.

This summer Ladies European Tour player Ellie Givens became the first female winner on the 2020protour and this week we very nearly saw one of the girls reach the top of the leaderboard on the Tartan Pro Tour.

Taking place at Montrose Golf Links in Scotland, local talents Hannah McCook and LET player Michele Thomson both finished T2 and carded rounds of 65.

Tour founder and 1999 Open winner Paul Lawrie just beat them to the title with a super round of 63.

Speaking afterwards, 51-year-old Paul said: "I played lovely and managed a cheeky win against the youngsters."

Hannah is in her rookie year on the LET Access Series and her round at Montrose was her first bogey-free 18 holes of her professional career.

Both the girls have played extensively on the Scottish-based Tartan Pro Tour over the summer and earlier this year Michele made the cut during her first appearance at the AIG Women's Open.

Michele took to social media to express how much fun she had at Montrose.

She tweeted: "Thanks so much Montrose Golf Links! Course was amazing as always! Bogey free 65 for me! Congrats Paul Lawrie - get you next time!"

We love seeing the girls appearing in the top 10 against the men and we can't wait to see what happens on the rest of the series.

Find out more about the Tartan Pro Tour HERE.