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Wednesday, 23 December 2009
Thursday, 17 December 2009
Monday, 14 December 2009
Wednesday, 9 December 2009
Saturday, 5 December 2009
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Thursday, 3 December 2009
Friendly Match v Midlothian------Sunday 11 April ---------------Away
Fashion Show----------------------Thursday 15 April -------------Cambuslang
Championship----------------------Wed- Fri 28-30 April----------Hayston
West of Sc. Championship-------Sunday 2 May-------------- ---Cardross
Inter County Foursomes Qual.---Tuesday 11 May--------------Carluke
Inter County foursomes Final----Thursday 3 June--------------Ballochmyle
West Inter County Matches------14-16 June--------------------Kilmacolm
Kennedy Salver---------------------Monday 21June--------------Cawder
May Spoon--------------------------Sunday 16 May---------------Lanark
June Spoon-------------------------Tuesday 8 June--------------Hamilton
July Spoon--------------------------Monday 26 July---------------Shotts
September Spoon-----------------Sunday 12 September---------Mount Ellen
Morison Cup-----------------------Tuesday 20 July---------------Colville Park
Tri Am------------------------------Friday 6 August--------------Cambuslang
County Open Meeting------------Tuesday 17 August----------Duff House Royal
Autumn Meeting------------------Monday 23 August------------Carnwath
County Finals----------------------17-19 September-------------Bothwell Castle
Commonwealth Spoons----------Thursday 23 September------Cathkin Braes
AGM--------------------------------Monday 15 Nov. 7.30pm-----Cambuslang
Tuesday, 1 December 2009
Monday, 30 November 2009
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Please go to Kirkwood Golf website to view report by Colin Farquarson.
Thursday, 19 November 2009
Tuesday, 17 November 2009
Captain May Hughes opened the meeting by announcing the untimely deaths of three members, Chris Pyne of Cambuslang and Sandyhills, Linda McDonald of Cambuslang and Mary Fleming of Hamilton and Bothwell Castle.
Chris was for many years a regular competitor in County Competitions, winning the Bronze Trophy in 1985, a number of spoons in both silver and bronze and a number of foursome competitions, the last in 1997.
In recent years she was not fit enough to play but remained an Associate Member and liked to keep up with what was happening in the County.
Linda was a Past Captain of Cambuslang and was also the Park Trophy Rep., a position which requires dedication. She also played competitive golf for Cambuslang and participated in many county events.
Mary was a fiercely competitive lady who loved her golf and her football. Apparently she excelled at both sports and was a great supporter of a certain team towards the east end of Glasgow.
She also took the time to support Hamilton Golf Club at Park Trophy matches. Laterally her failing health dictated that she could no longer play as much golf as she would have liked.
All three ladies were well respected members of Lanarkshire and will be sorely missed.
Captain's Report by May Hughes
We kicked off our season and centenary celebrations with a dinner at Kirkhill Golf Club. A total of 105 members and guests attended the event and enjoyed a delightful meal and sampled more than a few bottles of our centenary wine.
The feed back was positive in that, phone calls, emails, texts, cards and letters were received conveying thanks from over 50 ladies. We will mark that down as a success.
Our county championship was held at Drumpellier Golf Club, where Fiona Norris played some exceptional golf to beat Joanna Scott in the final and lift her third county title.
Pat Hutton was the first winner of our centenary Salver with a fine 76 in the qualifying round.
The bronze lady was won by Caroline Smith of Strathaven.
TheScottish was held at Southerness and for the first time a new trophy was introduced for the best County team at the event. I am delighted to report that Lanarkshire is the first name to be inscribed on the Kathleen McNeil trophy. Well done to Susan Wood, Pamela Pretswell and Elaine Cuthill.
The scratch award at the Inter county foursomes at Pollock Golf Club was won by Lesley Lloyd and Fiona Scott and at the West Championship at Prestwick our team of Pamela Pretswell, Lesley Lloyd and Susan Wood won the team event. Well done girls.
We were fortunate to host the west inter county matches at Strathaven and everything that was within our control was carried out exceptionally well.
Even the weather was more than kind to us with the mercury hitting 27 degrees at one point.
Our team however did not have one of their better weeks but I cannot fault their 100% effort and I am sure they will be up for the fight next year at Kilmacolm.
My thanks also to all our caddies who continue to be worth their weight in gold.
The Kennedy Salver was hosted by D and A at Clober. Their prayer mat is obviously not as reliable as ours as the weather was quite horrific but amazingly play was not abandoned.
Our juniors did well to complete the course and hopefully the experience has n’t scarred them for life.
Colville Park was the venue for the Morison and Black Jack Cups, the winners being Susan Wood and Sandy Williamson.
The junior championship also took place with several girls competing. Nicole Benson of Cawder was the eventual winner of the scratch cup with Alexandra Duffy of Cathkin Braes lifting the handicap award.
Later in July Emma Caddow of Colville Park was the winner of Nancy’s Cup.
Our tri-am was again very well supported here at Cambuslang when 28 ladies enjoyed a great day with brilliant sunshine. A total of £190 was raised and can I thank everyone for their continuing support of this event. It really is a fun day out.
We held our centenary Texas scramble at Bothwell Castle. A text message at 5.50am to advise me that the course may be flooded was n’t the best start to the day but again we were fortunate, the heavy rain went off and 90 ladies enjoyed a friendly game followed by a buffet lunch.
Some of our more senior members also took part in a fiercely competitive putting competition. And I do mean fierce. Such was their enjoyment that we will try to repeat the event at some point next season.
Our autumn meeting was thankfully played this year, although the rain did threaten to spoil the day. The sun shone very slightly and 38 ladies enjoyed a day out at Carnwath. The winners were Pam Rice and Susan Wood.
South Lanarkshire Council held a civic reception to mark 100 years of our association. 80 ladies attended and enjoyed a first class meal and a few drinks with the provost and some of the councillors. It was a great night and a fitting end to a year that has been enjoyable in all respects.
Pamela continues to keep Lanarkshire on the amateur map.
West of Scotland Champion
Winner of the Ricarton Rosebowl
Runner-up in the British Open Amateur Championships.
Joint 4th in European Championships
Joint 7th in the British Open Stroke Play
Member of the GB and I Vagliano Trophy Team
Member of the Scottish International Team and
She has recently been named in the squad for the Curtis cup in 2010. We wish her well.
Janice Paterson kept the senior flag flying with a fine finish at the senior Irish Open in September and was the first winner of the senior trophy at the Ricarton Rosebowl.
Our vice captain (soon to be captain in a few minutes time) reduced her handicap to scratch, hopefully she will find the time to keep it at this level during the next 2 years.
My thanks to Margaret for all her hard work as junior convener. Organising the girls takes a lot of time but I know the girls enjoy the team events and I certainly appreciate her commitment.
Our juniors continue to make great improvements.
A training day was held at Lanark earlier in the year.
This consisted of a coaching lesson with Alan White and 9 holes with some of our county team players and our very own European Tour Player, Clare Queen.
The juniors were very impressed and our thanks to Clare for taking the time out of a busy schedule to help out.
Before I finish I would like to say a few words about our committee. I am pleased to confirm that Jean Macintyre has agreed to stay on as secretary. I have said it before but I will say it again. Jean Mac is quite simply the best and has kept me right on more than one occasion.
Pam Rice is doing a great job as treasurer and will continue to be the custodian of our cheque book. Committee members who also remain are Angela Devine, Susan Wood, Anne Lloyd and Jane Lees.
My thanks for all your assistance ladies during my term in office.
Due to retire are Elaine Cuthill, Margaret Noblett our junior secretary and Liz Lees our social convener. I am indebted to all three ladies for continuing commitment during their time in office.
Margaret has done a power of work with our juniors and has left us with a very healthy junior section which will ensure our association will continue to prosper. Margaret has in turn asked me to offer her thanks to myself and to past captain Elizabeth Nelson for support during her term in office. I am sure I also speak for Elizabeth when I say to Margaret, it was a pleasure.
Elaine has always shown willing to assist with the girls and I know the juniors have been inspired by stories of her experiences in the west girls.
Liz Lees has great organizational skills and has been responsible for the success of our fund raising events over the past six years. All events have naturally run smoothly. We now have new members willing to take over and I thank them in advance for the good works they will no doubt do.
My thanks also to Margo Bauer our centenary president.
Margo has attended all our golf and social events and has carried out her tasks with the greatest of ease and with the grace and style that only Margo could.
All in all the year has been a success. The extra events have given all of us the chance to socialize and play golf with some of the members that we may not usually have had the chance to. I am confident that this camaraderie will continue.
From a personal point of view I have been fortunate to meet old and new friends from other counties throughout the country and it has also given me the opportunity to get to know more of the membership.
It has indeed been a privilege and an honour to wear the Captain’s badge although I have got to admit once I was aware how much it was insured for I was always relieved to get home and put it back in its box for safe keeping.
To be captain of Lanarkshire in centenary year has been an experience that I will treasure and I thank you all for your support and good humour throughout my time in office. I really have enjoyed every minute of the last 2 years.
However it is now time to move on
We now embark on the next 100years and I am delighted to be able to pass this honour on to my vice Captain Lesley. Lesley is very knowledgeable on matters on and off the course and will make an excellent captain for our county. It therefore gives me great pleasure to ask Lesley to accept this badge and I wish her well for the next 2 years.
I am slightly nervous and apprehensive about what lies ahead, however, I enjoy a challenge, and on the advice of many Past Captains I hope to enjoy the journey ahead of me. What can I say about May?
Meticulous, organised, prepared, precise, thorough … I now know what qualities are required to be a successful Captain.
May, I would like to thank you for your immense contribution to Lanarkshire over the last two years but in particular in ensuring our Centenary Year was a resounding success.
You had the foresight to raise funds for our Centenary year. The proceeds from your endeavours enabled us to have two very special events – the Centenary Dinner and Texas Scramble, a Centenary gift for every member and even a vine yard in Carluke producing our own brand of wine!
As well as taking care of all things Lanarkshire, you managed to play some excellent golf during the last 2 years. In 2008 May was the West of Scotland Vets Champion, a member of the victorious Scottish Team at the Vets Jamboree and earlier this year played for the Scottish Vets against Ireland at Cruden Bay. May, by her own admission, was not happy that her handicap had crept up but in the final County competition of her Captaincy at Lanark in September she shot one over par and is now back down to 4. Well done May!
May, I hope you carry your good form into 2010 and on behalf of the members of LLCGA thank you once again for your leadership, dedication and commitment during the last two years.
She then introduced her vice-captain, Fiona Scott of Bothwell Castle as follows:
Fiona tells me she has been a member of LLCGA since she was a young girl and has played for the County Team. She is a Past Captain and the current champion at Bothwell Castle Golf Club and was recently appointed Chairman (not sure about the political correctness of title in today’s society) of the West of Scotland Girls’ Golfing Association.
Fiona, I am pleased to have you as my Vice Captain. I believe you have much to offer Lanarkshire and I look forward to working with you during the next two years.
Installation of new Honorary President
As you know Margo’s term as President has ended and it is my pleasure to introduce Ann Prentice as our new Honorary President.
Ann is an Honorary member of Bothwell Castle Golf Club where she has been Ladies champion on numerous occasions. She is also a member of the Ladies’ Golf Club, Troon where she organised the Helen Holm Tournament for many years.
Ann was Captain of Lanarkshire from 1973-75, played for the County Team from 1963 – 1996 and was County champion in 1996.
In 1982 and 1983 she was Chairman of the Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association and from 1985-1995 was the Scottish Representative on the LGU Standard Scratch Committee and a member of the LGU Training Committee.
Ladies, I am sure you will agree Ann is very worthy of this honour.
Front row: Ann Prentice( Honorary President), Lesley Lloyd(Captain), Fiona Scott( Vice-captain), May Hughes (Past Captain)
Winter Foursomes 2008/2009
Runners Up: Dorothy McTaggart and Mary Turner, Cathkin Braes GC/ Cambuslang
Winners; Jane Lees and May Hughes, Cathkin Braes GC
2008 Spoon Finals
Silver: Pat Casey,Mount Ellen GC Bronze: Anne Cameron, Strathaven GC
June (Wishaw): Silver-Hilda Everett, Scratch Susan Wood ; Bronze-Jean Macintyre , scratch Pam Rice
July (Lenzie) :Silver-Emma Caddow , scratch Lesley Lloyd; Bronze-Lesley Gliksten, scratch-Lesley Gliksten
September( Lanark) Silver- May Hughes (Lanark), scratch May Hughes; Bronze-Pam Rice scratch Pam Rice
Coronation Medal: Best Net Score in Spoons, (-4) May Hughes, Lanark
IMF Brooches: Best score in all competitions – gross: (level par) Lesley Lloyd
Net score: (-4) May Hughes, Lanark
Inter County Foursomes: Qualifying Round – Cawder GC
Scratch: 1. Susan Wood, Drumpellier & Carol McCall, Strathaven
2. Fiona Scott, Bothwell Castle & Lesley Lloyd, Hayston
3. Pauline Warlow, & Joanna Scott, Cathkin Braes
Handicap: 1. Jean Glass & Irene Cooper, Drumpellier
2. May Hughes, Cathkin Braes & Carol McKinnon, Cambuslang
3. Linda McLanachan & Anne Cameron, Strathaven
Stevenson Trophy: – aggregate of two best net scores from Senior in spoons Winner: Anne Lloyd, Hayston
Nancy’s Cup: Emma Caddow, Colville Park
Junior Championship Salver: Alexandra Duffy, Cathkin Braes
Junior Scratch Cup: Nicole Benson, Cawder
Blackjack Cup: Runner Up: Aileen Beaton, East Kilbride; Winner: Sandy Williamson, Lanark
FJ Morison Cup: Runner Up: Ruth Rankin, Lanark
Winner: Susan Wood ; Drumpellier Handicap Prize: Susan Wood
Bronze Championship: Runner Up: Margaret Porteous, Drumpellier; Winner: Caroline Smith, Strathaven
Centenary Salver: (Best net score in championship) Pat Hutton, Lanark
Joan Norris Memorial Trophy: (leading qualifier in championship): Pat Hutton,
Allan Trophy: (Runner up to champion): Joanna Scott, Cathkin Braes
Maitland Trophy (County Champion 2009): Fiona Norris, Hamilton
Prizes already awarded: Semi finalists in championship: Lesley Lloyd and
Susan Wood.Leading qualifier in Bronze Championship: Caroline Smith, Strathaven.
Sunday, 15 November 2009
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Monday, 9 November 2009
Saturday, 7 November 2009
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Friday, 6 November 2009
Tuesday, 3 November 2009
Saturday, 31 October 2009
Tuesday, 27 October 2009
Sunday, 25 October 2009
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
Thursday, 8 October 2009
Applicants must have an excellent knowledge of competitive golf. They should be self motivated but able to work as part of a team, and have strong communication and organisational skills. IT literate and fully conversant with Microsoft Office, the person appointed will be responsible for the administration for, and delivery of, the Association’s Championships and Competitions. Attention to detail and the ability to work to tight deadlines are imperative. A full clean driving licence and willingness to work unsocial hours and away from home are essential.
Salary and benefits package will be commensurate with experience.
Job description and person specification are available on SLGA website.
Applications, in writing, accompanied by a curriculum vitae should be sent to:
Dr S E Hartley, The Company Secretary, Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association Limited, The Den, 2 Dundee Road, Perth PH2 7DW
marking the envelope Ref:CM Private & Confidential.
Closing date for applications: 2 November 2009
Tuesday, 6 October 2009
Sunday, 4 October 2009
Emma Caddow (Colville Park) Nicola McLuckie (Wishaw) Nicole Benson (Cawder) Eva O'Connor (Bothwell Castle) Alexandra Duffy (Cathkin Braes) Abbi Kidd (Lenzie) Alison Reid (Lanark)
Thanks to Captain May Hughes for starting the girls and encouraging them out on the course. A special thanks from the girls to Margaret Reid for individual photographs taken in the morning and printed for them coming off the course! The girls were really pleased and all the red sweaters looked good in the sunshine.
Saturday, 3 October 2009
Eilidh Briggs, Kilmacolm bt Linsey Stevenson, Whitecraigs 4/2
Mhairi McKay, West Kilbride defeated Emma Caddow, Colville Park at 19th
Jorden Ferrie, Kirkintilloch bt Alexandra Duffy, Cathkin Braes 3/2
Grace Mackie, Troon defeated Rachael Irvine, Largs at 19th
The Prizegiving and AGM was also held. Emma and Alexandra received prizes which were presented by Lady Henderson, Captain of Troon Ladies. At the AGM Fiona Scott took over as Chairperson from Alyson Hendry.
Thank you to Margaret Noblett for information and photographs
Friday, 25 September 2009
Many thanks to South Lanarkshire Council for the above photographs.
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Friday, 18 September 2009
Due to a withdrawal there is now one place available at the Civic Reception. If you would like to attend please contact me as soon as possible.
Sunday, 13 September 2009
Friday, 11 September 2009
SCOTLAND 3, WALES 6
Foursomes (2-1)Carly Booth & Kelsey MacDonald beat Tara Davies & Amy Boulden 3 and 2.
Pamela Pretswell & Louise Kenney lost to Rhian Wyn Thomas & Gemma Bradbury 1 hole.
Kylie Walker & Jane Turner beat Sam Birks & Lucy Gould 2 and 1.
Booth beat Thomas 3 and 2.
MacDonald lost to Gemma Bradbury 2 and 1.
Turner lost to Davies 6 and 4.
Pretswell lost to Kath O'Connor 2 and 1.
Megan Briggs lost to Boulden 2 holes.
Walker lost to Gould 3 and 1.
ENGLAND 7, IRELAND 2
Charlie Douglass & Holly Clyburn beat Danielle McVeigh & Charlene Reid 1 hole.
Rachel Jennings & Charlotte Ellis beat Mary Dowling & Aedin Murphy 2 and 1.
Kelly Tidy & Hannah Barwood beat Gillian O'Leary & Victoria Bradshaw.3 and 1.
Douglass lost to McVeigh 2 holes.
Jennings beat Reid 2 and 1.
Barwood beat Murphy 1 hole.
Nikki Foster beat Sarah Cunningham 4 and 2..
Charlotte Wild lost to Mary Dowling 1 hole.
Clyburn bt O'Leary 4 and 2.
1 Wales 2 1/2pt
2 Scotland 2pt.
3 England 1pt
4 Ireland 1/2pt
WELL DONE JANICE
231 Alison Murdoch (CAN) 81 74 76
233 Phil O'Gorman (Laytown & Bettystown) 78 78 77
234 Vicki Thomas (WAL) 83 74 77
236 Karen Pultz (CAN) 79 80 77
237 Helen Jones (Strabane) 81 77 79
240 Diane Williams (CAN) 82 79 79
242 Ruth Lindley (ENG) 81 81 80
245 Pat Doran (Donabate) 84 83 78
246 Sheena McElroy (Grange) 83 83 80
249 Edeltraud Jacob (GER) 81 83 85
250 Pauline Walsh (Headfort) 79 91 80
251 Valerie Hassett (Ennis) 88 82 81
253 Janice Paterson (SCO) 82 84 87
261 Pamela Williamson (SCO) 85 87 89
276 Barbara Biggart (SCO) 95 89 92
Thursday, 10 September 2009
Scotland now have 2 points, Wales 1 1/2, Ireland 1/2 and England 0.
Scotland play Wales tomorrow.
IRELAND lead WALES 2-1
Danielle McVeigh & Charlene Reid bt Kath O’Connor & Katie Bradbury 2 and 1.
Mary Dowling & Sarah Cunningham lost to Rhian Wyn Thomas & Gemma Bradbury 3 and 1.
Gillian O’Leary & Victoria Bradshaw bt Tara Davies & Amy Boulden 6 and 4.
Singles (2 ½-3 ½)
McVeigh halved with Thomas.Reid bt Gemma Bradbury 1 hole.
Aedin Murphy lost to Davies 1 hole.
O’Leary bt Katie Bradbury 5 and 4.
Bradshaw lost to Boulden 3 and 1.
Cunningham lost to Lucy Gould 4 and 2.
SCOTLAND 5 1/2 ENGLAND 3 1/2
Carly Booth & Kelsey MacDonald bt Charlie Douglass & Holly Clyburn 2 and 1.
Louise Kenney & Pamela Pretswell bt Hannah Barwood & Charlotte Wild 3 and 2.
Kylie Walker & Jane Turner bt Kelly Tidy & Charlotte Ellis 1 hole.
Singles ( 2 1/2 -3 1/2)
Carly Booth lost to Charlie Douglas 3&2
Pamela Pretswell lost to Rachael Jennings 3&1
Kelsey MacDonald lost to Hannah Barwood 2&1
Megan Briiggs bt Holly Clyburn 2 up
Kylie Walker bt Charlotte Wild 3&1
Louise Kenney halved with Charlotte Ellis
155 Alison Murdoch (CAN) 81 74
156 Phil O'Gorman (Laytown & Bettystown) 78 78
157 Vicki Thomas (WAL) 83 74
158 Helen Jones (Strabane) 81 77
159 Karen Pultz (CAN) 79 80
161 Diane Williams (CAN) 82 79162 Ruth Lindley (ENG) 81 81
164 Edeltraud Jacob (GER) 81 83
166 Sheena McElroy (Grange) 83 83 Janice Paterson (SCO) 82 84
167 Pat Doran (Donabate) 84 83
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Day 1 results
Charlie Douglass & Holly Clyburn bt Lucy Gould & Sam Birkes 1 hole.
Charlotte Wild & Hannah Barwood lost to Rhian Wyn Thomas & Gemma Bradbury 2 holes.
Rachel Jennings & Kelly Tidy lost to Tara Davies & Amy Boulden 3 and 2.
Douglass bt Davies 2 holes.
Barwood lost to Thomas 3 and 2.
Clyburn lost to Gemma Bradbury 3 and 1.
Charlotte Ellis lost to Katie Bradbury 2 holes.
Tidy lost to Boulden 4 and 3.
Nikki Foster lost to Gould 8 and 7.
SCOTLAND 5, IRELAND 4
Foursomes (1-2)Kelsey MacDonald & Carly Booth lost to Danielle McVeigh & Charlene Reid 3 and 2.
Louise Kenney & Pamela Pretswell bt Gillian O’Leary & Victoria Bradshaw 4 and 3.
Kylie Walker & Megan Briggs lost to Mary Dowling & Sarah Cunningham 5 and 4.
Booth bt McVeigh 2 and 1.
Pretswell bt Murphy 1 hole.
MacDonald bt Dowling 3 and 2.
Walker bt Niamh Kitching 3 and 2.
Laura Murray lost to O’Leary 3 and 2.
Kenney lost to Reid 3 and 1.
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
FIRST ROUND LEADERBOARD
78 Phil O'Gorman (Laytown & Bettystown)
79 Karen Pultz (CAN) Pauline Walsh (Headfort)
81 Alison Murdoch (CAN) Edeltraud Jacob (GER) Helen Jones (Strabane) Niamh Giblin (Dun Laoghaire)Ruth Lindley (ENG)
82 Diane Williams (CAN) Janice Paterson (SCO)
83 Sheena McElroy (Grange) Vicki Thomas (WAL)
84 Mary Madden (Ballinasloe) Mary McGoey (Greenore) Pat Doran (Donabate)
85 Pamela Williamson (SCO)
Thursday, 3 September 2009
The Ladies Home International matches are being played at Irvine (Bogside) Golf Course in Ayrshire from 9th – 11th September.
Scotland have a very strong team, including Curtis Cup players and winners of several International amateur events and must have an excellent chance of winning the Home Internationals for the first time since 1991 (no pressure girls!). Why not come along and support your team. You are guaranteed to see some great golf and some exciting matches.
The Scottish Team is:
Captain: Lesley Nicholson
Carly Booth (Comrie)
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm)
Louise Kenney (Pitreavie)
Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar)
Laura Murray (Alford)
Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle)
Jane Turner (Craigielaw)
Kylie Walker (Buchanan Castle)
The order of play is as below with three foursomes matches teeing off from 8:30am each morning and six singles matches from 1:10pm in the afternoons:
9th September: England v Wales, Scotland v Ireland
10th September: Ireland v Wales, Scotland v England
11th September; Wales v Scotland, England v Ireland
Directions to course: From Glasgow take M 77 then A78 to Greenock. Bypass Irvine. 500 yards after Eglington Interchange travel below bridge then turn off at the Re-cycling sign- “Bogside”. Travel ¾ mile along this road to sign for Irvine Golf Club.
Wednesday, 2 September 2009
Tuesday, 1 September 2009
Saturday, 29 August 2009
LEADING FINAL TOTALS
Par 284 (4x71)
285 Caroline Hedwall (Swe) 70 74 66 75.
295 Kylie Walker (Sco) 70 76 71 78.
296 Louise Larsson (Swe) 70 78 74 74.
297 Pamela Pretswell (Sco) 73 69 80 75, Marieke Nivard (Net) 74 75 74 74, Danielle McVeigh (Ire) 70 75 75 77.
Friday, 28 August 2009
Thursday, 27 August 2009
Wednesday, 26 August 2009
Pamela is currently in fourth place in the SLGA order of merit.
winners of nearest the pin in 2 at 14th and AN other prize
Tuesday, 25 August 2009
For fuller report and photograph see Kirkwood or West of Scotland website.
Saturday, 22 August 2009
Scratch & Handicap Prizes. Entry Fee: £12.
Entries to be submitted with fee by 6th Sept.To download an entry form click on the link below.
Friday, 21 August 2009
Pamela returned the lowest round by anyone over the three days in the fourth round – a three-under-par 69, which earned her the Taunton Trophy. Well done,Pamela.
Thursday, 20 August 2009
10.00am MARION BRODIE/JEAN ALLAN ;
JENNIFER WILES/JOYCE McGOWAN
10.07am JAN MACMILLAN/ANNE SILLARS ;
PAT MILLIGAN/LIZ LEES
10.14am NORA WILSON/LYN CURRIE ;
ANNE CLARK/ANNE MOORE
10.21am MAY HUGHES/MARION PORTER;
SUSAN WOOD/PAM RICE
10.28am JEAN HAMILTON/JEAN CAMERON ;
JEAN MEIKLE/ELAINE MORRIS
10.35am JEAN MACINTYRE/IRENE NISBET;
ROXY BROWN/ANNE MCKEOWN
10.42am AILEEN BEATON/JILLIAN McPHERSON;
HELEN GLEN/MARGARET SAMSON
10.48am MARY WEIR/JOANNA HARVIE;
MARION ARTHUR/ELIZABETH NELSON
Friday, 14 August 2009
Monday, 10 August 2009
Ps. Jean Mac has now gone on a well deserved break. Photographs of the day will be available at the weekend.
PPs. Earlier post confirmed that plan b would come into force if the weather was suspect, can i tell you i had no idea what plan b was ??
1. Jan Vallance
2. Betty Coutie
Nearest Pin at 2nd Ruth Rankin
at 17th Pauline Warlow
1. Winners of fourball at The Carrick at Cameron House: Fiona Scott, Irene Morrison, Anne McKeown, Pam Rice 60.6
2. Anne Mungall, Patti Chalmers, Lesley Glicksten, Margaret Porteous 61-2
3. Ruth Rankin, Lesley McTaggart, Kathryn Lyons, Margaret Samson 61.3 BIH
4. Angela Devine, Jan McMillan, Betty Smith, Irene Cooper 61.3
Friday, 7 August 2009
Ann Mungall, Jean Hamilton and Margaret Reid 61
As a result of today's competition £186 was raised for the funds. Thank you to all who contributed.
Sunday, 2 August 2009
The Bothwell Castle player and Glasgow University student had rounds of 69 and 72 for a total of 141, compared with the combined CSS aggregate of 146 (73-73).Susan Wood had a share of sixth place on 151.
Janice Paterson won the inaugural Riccarton Salver, an 18-hole competition for senior ladies.
Monday, 27 July 2009
Centenary Texas Scramble starting arrangements
Saturday, 25 July 2009
Wednesday, 22 July 2009
Monday, 20 July 2009
SS: 73, CSS 75
Silver: Emma Caddow ( Colville Park) 81 (10) 71
Lesley Lloyd ( Hayston) 73 (1) 72
Anne Lloyd ( Hayston) 86 (12) 74
Scratch: Lesley Lloyd 73 ( which equalled the Course Record )
Bronze: Lesley Glicksten (Strathaven) 97 (23) 74
Alison Reid ( Lanark) 110 (35) 75
Louise Fleming ( Strathaven) 102 (26) 76Bronze Scratch: Lesley Glicksten 97
Winner of Nancy's Cup (best net score from a Junior) Emma Caddow 71.
Presentation of Nancy's Cup to Emma Caddow by Margaret Noblett, Junior Secretary, with some of the Junior competitors.
Monday, 13 July 2009
The draw for the July Spoon Competition at Lenzie Golf Club on Monday 20th July is shown below.
Nancy’s Cup (Junior Girls)