Her birth date is 29th May 1960 and her family name at that time was Mac Kellaig.Her parents were involved in the hotel business in Morrar.
Olivia Jackson (Pannal) had a hole in one at the par-3 17th in her second-round 67, which was 11 shots better than her morning round.
Carol Kirkwood has been brightening viewers' mornings as a BBC weather presenter since 1998.
Eleven of these birdies came in her 10-under-par first round in which her halves were 34 and 31.
Second time round, her nine-hole scores were 37 and 33.
'Her dresses are figure hugging and highlight her svelte frame,' she said.'The neckline on her dresses is flattering and shows just enough flesh without being too revealing.'Carol is not afraid to incorporate vibrant colours into her wardrobe,' added Natalie, who pointed out that it is 'commonplace' and 'easier' to opt for subdued colours on camera.
Her hair and makeup also got the seal of approval.'Her makeup is fresh and not too over done, complementing a simple up-do so as not to draw too much attention away from her outfit,' Natalie said.
Clews leads by four from 2016 Curtis Cup player Rochelle Morris (Woodsome Hall) from Huddersfield and Clara Young (North Berwick), a student at the University of Missouri and winner of the Scottish women's amateur title at Monifieth in 2015 when she was only 18.
Morris, 21, has had two steady rounds of 69 and 70 for 11`-under-par 139 while Young has had scores of 67 and 72 for the same tally.
Tonight Jamelia herself reminded us, painfully, of the playground-style cruelty of even nice reality shows like Strictly when acknowledging "the public don’t like me".
She’s so bad that the voting audience is clearly finding it amusing to keep her in, despite that mortifying score of two from Craig Revel Horwood.
So maybe Strictly’s gender balance is evening out after the elimination of four men, but it’s a shame Kirsty Gallacher went.