Friday, 30 July 2010
Wednesday, 28 July 2010
Monday, 26 July 2010
SS 70 CSS 71
Tracy McPherson 75 - 6 = 69
Emma Caddow 76- 5 = 71 after count back
Eva O'Connor 82 - 11 = 71 acb
Marion Craig 88 -17 = 71 acb
Lowest gross: Lesley Lloyd 74
Alison Reid 107 - 33 =74 acb
Emily Glencorse 101 - 27= 74 acb
Linda McLanachan 99- 22= 77
Lowest gross: Linda McLanachan 99
Winner of Nancy's Cup (lowest net score by a Junior) Emma Caddow 71
Saturday, 24 July 2010
She had rounds of 70, 72, 71 and 72 for a three under par total of 285 – five shots behind the German winner, Sophia Popov who had scores of 69, 69, 69 and 73.
Friday, 23 July 2010
Such is the quality of the opposition that Pamela'sthree-under-par total of 213 after a third-round 71 sees her six shots behind the new leader, Germany’s Sophia Popov who has shot three-under-par 69 in each of her rounds for 207.
The winner of the championship, for the third year in a row, was Kelsey MacDonald . She finished on 217 (72, 75, 70), 4 strokes ahead of Megan Briggs. Eilidh Briggs finished in fourth place. Rachael Taylor on 231 (79, 76, 76) finished in eighth place.
Gillian Scanlan finished on 241 (77, 82, 82).
Thursday, 22 July 2010
Pamela scored 70 and 72 for 142 (2 under par) to be six shots behind the two-stroke leader, Spain's Marta Silva with scores of 67 and 69 for 136.
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
The funeral will take place at Linn Crematorium, Lainshaw Drive at 12 noon on Friday 23 July.
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
Saturday, 17 July 2010
Thursday, 15 July 2010
In the second round Rachael was defeated 2 holes by Lesley Atkins.
Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) bt Jessica Meek (Carnoustie Ladies) 2 and 1.
Paige Kemp (Boyce Hill) bt Lauren Whyte (St Regulus) 3 and 1.
Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) bt Eilidh Watson (Muckhart) 2 holes.
Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) bt Megan Clyne (Deeside) 3 and 2.
Alison Goodwin (Glenbervie) bt Gillian Scanlan (Hamilton) 2 and 1.
Rachel Polson (Peterculter) bt Linsey Stevenson (Elie and Earlsferry) 4 and 3.
Keren Ward (Glen) bt Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 5 and 3.
Gemma Dryburgh (IMG Academies) bt Lesley Cosh (Cowglen) 3 and 2.
Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) bt Samanatha Munro (Aberdour) 3 and 1.
Katie Reid (Monifieth) bt Alexis Hutton (Falkirk Tryst) 2 and 1.
Jennifer Hide (Royal Norwich) bt Clara Young (North Berwick) 3 and 2.
Hannah McCook (Abernethy) bt Jemma Chalmers (Monifieth) 6 and 5.
Lesley Atkins (Gullane) bt Gilliian Simpson (Murrayfield) 3 and 2.
Rachael Taylor (Hartl GR, Germany) bt Mhairi McKay (West Kilbride) 8 and 7.
Jill Meldrum (Dullatur) bt Catherine Scott (Craigielaw) 6 and 5.
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) bt Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) 8 and 7.
Watton by Kemp 2 and 1.
McIntosh bt McKechin at 19th
Polson bt Goodwin 5 and 4.
Dryburgh bt Ward 4 and 3.
MacDonald bt Reid 4 and 3.
McCook bt Hide 5 and 3.
Atkins bt Taylor 2 holes.
Briggs bt Meldrum 1 hole.
ANSLEY REID SALVER
Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) bt Lauren Duncan (Aboyne) 7 and 6.
Nicola Taylor (Dunnikier Park) bt Rosie Everett (Craigielaw) 7 and 5.
Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe) bt Tara MacTaggart (Minto) 3 and 1.
Kirsten MacCallum (Newburgh) bt Jorden Ferrie (Kirkintilloch) 4 and 3.
Katie McCracken (Powfoot) bt Hannah Robb (Strathmore) 3 and 2.
Heather Munro (Monifieth) bt Gillian Arnott (Kilbirnie Place) 4 and 3.
Katie McGarva (Troon Ladies) bt Eleanor Tunn (Reay) 1 hole.
Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus) bt Louise McGillivray (Banchory) 1 hole.
Taylor bt Jaffrey 2 holes.
Scott bt MacCallum 6 and 4.
McCracken bt Munro at 25th.
Hanlon bt McGarva at 20th.
Wednesday, 14 July 2010
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
Sunday, 11 July 2010
County Open Meeting, Duff House Royal, Tuesday 17 August 2010 Closing date – Monday 26 July
The County Open Meeting is open to anyone who is a member of a Scottish Ladies’ County Golf Association and there are both nett and scratch prizes for Silver and Bronze categories.
The venue for this year’s event is Duff House Royal which is a flat parkland course but not without its challenges which makes for an excellent day out for golfers of all abilities. Duff House Royal are also celebrating their centenary this year so why not get some of your fellow County members together and organise a day out to the event. Remember you also have the option to enter with or without playing partners for this event.
To download an entry form click on the link below.
Closing date – Monday 2 August
This is an 18 hole stroke play foursomes event, which is open to teams of two who are members of the same Club or Section (eg County) Affiliated to the Scottish Ladies Golfing Association. Each nominated player may play only for the club or section through which she entered and must be an honorary or full member (senior or junior) of that organisation. Again there are both scratch and nett prizes for this event.
Entries for this event should be entered by your club secretary or captain (they will have been sent an entry form), however they may not all realise this so please remind them to put in an entry / entries for your club.
Please note that clubs may now enter more than one team for this event.
For more information click on the following link:
Scottish Golf Open Amateur Mixed Foursomes, Haggs Castle Golf Club, Sunday 12 September 2010
Closing date – Monday 16 August
Haggs Castle are also celebrating their centenary year in 2010 so why not find yourself a partner and enter the Scottish Amateur Mixed Foursomes Championship.
Again this is an 18 hole stroke play foursomes event open to teams of two players (one male & one female) that fulfil the entry criteria. There are both scratch and nett prizes for this event.
Note - teams do not necessarily have to be members of the same club.
For more information click on the following link:
Adult & Girl, Alloa Golf Club, Sunday September 26 2010
Closing date – Monday 6 September
This event is open to any team consisting of a junior girl (under 18 at 1 January 2010) with either a male or female adult. The maximum handicap for adults is 28 for gents and 36 for ladies but girls do not have to have a CONGU handicap to enter this competition.
For more information click on the following link:
Saturday, 10 July 2010
Spain won the gold, beating Sweden 4-3 in the championship final.
SPAIN 4, SWEDEN 3
Play-off for third place
GERMANY 2, SCOTLAND 5
P Halbig and T Hoffmeister lost to P Pretswell and L Murray 3 and 2.
L Katzy and S Kirchmayr lost to K MacDonald and L Kenney 1 hole.
V Sternebeck lost to MacDonald at 20th.
Hoffmeister bt Pretswell 3 and 2.
Katzy bt Murray 4 and 2.
Kirchmayr lost to J Turner 5 and 4.
Halbig lost to Kenney (1 up after 12 holes).
Friday, 9 July 2010
To view the draws click on the link below. Please arrive early in case of changes.
Please note we are no longer using the locker room. Registration will be in the Millenium Suite which is at the end of the main building next to the main car park. Score cards should also be returned there. The visitors' changing room next to the Pro Shop in the main building is to be used. Catering will be available from 9am to 4pm probably in the lounge in the main hall.
Scratch for the Doune Cup – quarter finals
Louise Anderson (DHR) lost to Winnie Ross (Elgin) 2 holes
Jenny Potter (Cathkin Braes) beat Lesley Watson (Cambuslang) 2&1
Mhairi Hall (Bathgate) beat Keri McGann (Grantown) 2 holes
Jane Lees (Cathkin Braes) lost to Linda Dyball (Pitreavie) 1 hole
Low handicap for the Airlie Trophy – last 16
Ruth Malcolm (Bathgate) lost to Liz Calder (Uphall) 5&4
Jacqueline Green (Huntly) lost to Debra Mackay (Grantown) 6&5
Marion Stewart (Kilmacolm) beat Margaret Perston (Kirkhill) 1 up
Alison Peden (Dunnikier Park) lost to Anne Orr (East Kilbride) 2&1
Johanne Quin (Bonnybridge) beat Anne Lloyd (Hayston) at 19th
Agnes Carter (Kirkintilloch) lost to Hazel Ewen (DHR) 2&1
Susan McVicar (Gairloch) lost to Pam Moscati (Royal Dornoch) 1 hole
Margaret Logan (Bathgate) lost to Gail McAllister (Drumpellier) 3&2
Low handicap – Quarter finals
Liz Calder (Uphall) beat Debra Mackay (Grantown) 5&3
Marion Stewart (Kilmacolm) lost to Anne Orr (East Kilbride) 4&3
Johanne Quin (Bonnybridge) beat Hazel Ewen (DHR) 1 up
Pam Moscati (Royal Dornoch) lost to Gail McAllister (Drumpellier) 3&1
High handicap for the Harbard Trophy – last 16
Nanette Pearson (Blairgowrie) beat Joyce Plenderleith (Broomieknowe) 1 hole
Lorna Lorimer (DHR) beat Anne Berstan (Kemnay) 4&2
Mary Cowan (Newbattle) lost to Nancy Myrden (Hamilton) 7&6
Jean Briggs (Dunnikier Park) lost to Joy Duncan (DHR) 6&5
Elaine Taylor (DHR) lost to Patricia Lockie (North Berwick) 6&5
Penny Scott (Inverurie) lost to Ishbel McKellar (Falkirk) 3&2
Eileen O’Donnell (Bathgate) beat Annie Leitch (Harburn) 1 hole
Patricia Beswick (West Kilbride) lost to Mary Turner (Cambuslang) 1 up
Nanette Pearson (Blairgowrie) beat Lorna Lorimer (DHR) 4&2
Nancy Myrden (Hamilton) lost to Joy Duncan (DHR) 2 up
Patricia Lockie (North Berwick) beat Ishbel McKellar (Falkirk) 4&3
Eileen O’Donnell (Bathgate) lost to Mary Turner (Cambuslang) 4&2
In the Girls Team Championship the final is between Ireland and France.
Thursday, 8 July 2010
Scotland took the morning foursomes 2-0 and England took the singles 3-2 in the afternoon. Scotland will now face No 2 seeds Spain in the semi-finals.
The other semi-final will feature top seeds Sweden against Germany.
SWEDEN 4 1/2, FRANCE 2 1/2
DENMARK 2, GERMANY 5
SCOTLAND 4, ENGLAND 3
Pamela Pretswell and Laura Murray bt Charlie Douglass and Holly Clyburn 2 and 1.
Kelsey MacDonald and Louise Kenney bt Hayley Davis and Hannah Burke 3 and 1.
Kelsey MacDonald bt Charlie Douglass 2 and 1.
Laura Murray lost to Rachel Jennings 2 and 1.
Jane Turner lost to Hannah Barwood 2 and 1.
Louise Kenney bt Hannah Burke 3 and 2.
Pamela Pretswell lost to Holly Clyburn 3 and 2.
SPAIN 4, NETHERLANDS 3
In their second flight match in the Girls' Team Championship Scotland were defeated 2-1 by the Czech Republic.
Wednesday, 7 July 2010
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT QUALIFIERS
730 SWEDEN 361 369.
731 SPAIN 368 363.
741 ENGLAND 364 377 (Hannah Barwood 74-75, Hannah Burke 74-74, Holly Clyburn 71-80, Hayley Davis 73-79, Charlie Douglass 74-76, Rachel Jennings 72-73.
750 DENMARK 369 381.
756 GERMANY 381 375.
757 SCOTLAND 379 378 (Megan Briggs 77-77, Louise Kenney 77-78, Kelsey MacDonald 82-73, Laura Murray 77-74, Pamela Pretswell 74-76, Jane Turner 74-80).
759 NETHERLANDS 381 378.
760 FRANCE 377 383
Jean MacIntyre was assisting the SLGA with the Live Scoring at last weeks Scottish Seniors Championship at Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club. She even was singing with them at the Seniors Supper at the clubhouse on the Tuesday Evening --- WELL DONE JEAN
To see more videos and photographs go to the West Vets Website
Tuesday, 6 July 2010
1 Sweden 361
2 England 364
3 Spain 368
4 Denmark 369
5 Switzerland 376
6 France 377
T 7 Norway 379
T 7 Scotland 379
In the European Girls' Team Championship at Aalborg, Denmark, today Rachael Taylor scored a 9 over par 80. The leader with a 2 under par 69 is Celine Boutier of France. The Scotland team are in 16th position.
The leading teams are:
1 France 214
T2 Spain 218
T2 Ireland 218
T4 Czech Republic 222
T4 Sweden 222
T4 Germany 222
T7 Belgium 224
T7 England 224
Monday, 5 July 2010
Having played in four successive Curtis Cups between 1974 and 1980, Tegwen won four matches, lost eight and halved two. More recently, she served as Team Manager to outgoing Captain Mary McKenna. Her team will aim to win back the Curtis Cup from the USA at The Nairn Golf Club, Scotland, on 8-10 June 2012.
Matthews, the first Curtis Cup captain to hail from Wales, said “I’m thrilled and proud to have been invited to be the next Great Britain & Ireland international team captain, and I look forward to the challenges that lie ahead. It’s a great honour for me, my family and Welsh golf, and particularly special since the Walker Cup Captain, Nigel Edwards, is also Welsh.”
Tegwen will also captain the Great Britain & Ireland team which takes on the Continent of Europe in the Vagliano Trophy match. As an internationalist, Tegwen was a member of four winning Vagliano Trophy teams in the seventies, with her last appearance being over her home track of Royal Porthcawl in 1979. It is fitting that the 2011 match will also be played at Porthcawl on 24-25 June, where the Captain’s local knowledge will be invaluable.
Her first outing as Captain will be in the 2011 Astor Trophy (former Commonwealth) Tournament which will be played at Fairhaven Golf Club, England, from 15-19 June. The Great Britain & Ireland team aims to retain the trophy won in 2007 against teams from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa.