In a first round match Jo Clark and Katie Burden beat Ann Gracie and Ester Lillie.
Thursday, 14 October 2021
In a great close first round match at East Kilbride GC. Anne Cameron and Susan Halley beat Moray Meechan and Gail Campbell.
In another first round match at Strathaven GC Jean Allan and Frances Stobo beat Margaret Marshall and Joan Anderson.
Wednesday, 13 October 2021
Friday, 1 October 2021
Thursday, 30 September 2021
From the Iowa Western Reivers Website
Freshman Katie Graham was recently selected to represent her home country of Scotland at the 'The Spirit International Golf Championship' in Whispering Pines Golf Club, Texas. The tournament brings together a 4-person team consisting of 2 men and 2 women from countries from around the world and will take place Nov. 1st thru Nov. 7th.
The Spirit International Golf Championship remains the premier showcase for the world's top amateurs. It was formed in 1999, by Houston philanthropist Corbin (Corby) J. Robertson, Jr. . With a passionate vision Corby turned the SGA into reality by establishing a unique charitable organization that benefits health-related causes while promoting the global goodwill of amateur golf.
The Spirit alumni have gone on to win over 650 professional titles, 25 major championships and 17 Olympic appearances. They include 16 PGA Tour winners, 25 European Tour winners, 23 LPGA Tour winners and 21 Ladies European Tour winners.
"I'm honoured to be able to represent my home country of Scotland as well as Iowa Western and look forward to playing with my teammates," said Graham. "I'm really happy where my golf game is right now, and I'm excited to learn more about this event and the different contributions this organization provides."
Katie will team up with fellow Scottish golfers: Carmen Griffiths (University of Louisville), Eric McIntosh (Northwestern University) & John Paterson (Colorado University). This is a great honour for Katie and a great promotion of Iowa Western Community College and recognition of our golf program.
Wednesday, 29 September 2021
Monday, 27 September 2021
She was a great supporter of the County. She was secretary from 1982-93 .
She was, for a number of years, secretary of the Scottish Counties Association until it was taken over by the SLGA. She cut the cake at the Scottish Counties Centenary celebration in Edinburgh.
Margaret was a member of Cawder Golf club . She continued her interest in the club and in the County. She last attended the Coffee Morning in 2018 when the top photograph was taken.
She recently moved into a nursing home where she died.
Sunday, 12 September 2021
Very well done Fiona Norris in winning division 1 of the September Spoon at Kirkhill GC today with a net 68 . She also won the scratch with a 72 and the Centenary Trophy with the best net score over the two divisions.
Results: Par 72 Course R 70.6 slope R 119
Fiona Norris 72 (4) 68
Allison Bell 80 (8) 72 acb
Kay Cherrie 82 (20) 72
Scratch: Fiona Norris 72
Helen Wilson 102 (21) 81
Margaret Marshall 103 (21) 82
Scratch: Helen Wilson 102
For full results go to How Did I do which can be accessed via the sidebar.
Friday, 3 September 2021
Monday, 30 August 2021
In the Coronation Spoons competition today at the Dullatur Carrickstone Course, Helen Wilson and Sarah Parker, Drumpellier finished 3rd. They were late replacements for Carol McKinnon and Lynn Williamson who were unable to play.
Anne Lloyd and Pat Casey finished 10th.
The winners were sisters Teresa and Vanessa Ho from Newton Stewart GC with a net score of 73.
2nd were Hilary Cunningham and Morag Bryson from Dunkeld and Birnam GC with a net 76 beating Helen and Sarah by one stroke.
Although the course including the greens were in good condition many competitors found it difficult.
Sunday, 22 August 2021
Monday, 16 August 2021
Winners of the Autumn meeting at Carluke today were Deirdre Anderson of Dullatur and Marie Kirk of Drumpellier. Both new members this year.2nd were Fiona Norris and Elizabeth Nelson
Nice day all round.
Friday, 13 August 2021
The draw for the Autumn Meeting at Carluke on Monday 16 August is below. The cost including a meal is £12.The meal has to be pre ordered before playing.
1.30pm Jean Allan and Frances Stobo
Morag McDonald and Joan Anderson
1.37pm. Anne Lloyd and Barbara Brown
Dawn Warnock and Janice Paterson
1.45pm Kay Cherrie and Roxy Brown
Helen Wilson and Sarah Parker
1.52pm Jean Maddock and Edna Taylor
Elizabeth Nelson and Fiona Norris
2pm Margaret Marshall and Anne Sinclair
Anne Mungall and Lesley Neill
2.07pm Mairi Scott and Allison Bell
Deirdre Anderson and Marie Kirk
Monday, 9 August 2021
Friday, 6 August 2021
In the Home Internationals at Woodhall Spa The Junior and Senior Teams having beaten Wales and Ireland lost narrowly to England today, the Juniors by 10-11 and the Seniors by 5.5 -6.5, to finish second.
The Women's team having lost to Ireland and England beat Wales 8.5- 0.5.
England won all three.
Well done all.
SScottish Women's Team with captain Susan Wood.
The Tri Am at Cambuslang Golf Club today was enjoyed by all but unfortunately due to a thunderstorm with torrential rain which flooded the course most competitors were unable to complete more than 14 or 15 holes. They were, however, able to dry off and to stay for lunch.
The competition was decided over 9 holes which all had completed.
1 Anne Mungall, Jennifer Wiles, Barbara Beown
2 Edna Taylor, Mari Scott, Susan Greenshields
Thank you to Cambuslang GC for the use of the course which was in great condition.
Wednesday, 4 August 2021
Due to COVID regulations the Juniors and Seniors have combined male and female teams this year in the Home Internationals at Woodhall Spa. The Junior combined team beat Wales 14 I/2 - 6 1/2.
The Senior combined Team beat Wales7-5 but the Women's Team lost to Ireland 3 1/2 - 5 1/2'
Monday, 2 August 2021
Sunday, 1 August 2021
TRI AM DRAW
Cambuslang Friday 6 August
9.30. Jodie Graham Neve Marshall Anne Lloyd
9.38 Helen Wilson Elizabeth Nelson Maj Stewart
9.46 Fiona Morris Sarah Parker Irene Nisbet
9.52 Joyce Chalmers Christine Main Margaret Allan
10.00am Liz Lees Jean Allan Frances Stobo
10.08 Morag MacDonald Pat Casey Linda Syme
10.16 Irene Morrison Christine Paterson Nora Wilson
10.24 Jean Maddock Marie Kirk Pam Rice
10.32 Anne Mungall Jennifer Wiles Barbara Brown
10.40. Susan Greenshields Edna Taylor Mairi Scott
Monday, 26 July 2021
Katie Graham and Lindsay Main maintain their good form from last week while Margaret Allan strikes form today in the sunshine at Wishaw Golf Club.
Morison Cup Winner Katie Graham 75/76 Runner up Fiona Norris 81/73
Junior Scratch Trophy Winner Katie Graham 75 Handicap Salver Lindsay Main 72
Blackjack Cup Winner Margaret Allan 62 Runner up Barbara Brown 68
To view all results go to How Did I Do ( on sidebar)
Many thanks to Wishaw Golf Club for the use of their fine course for these competitions.
Many congratulations to Katie Graham and Megan Docherty on being selected for the Scottish Team for the Girls Home Internationals at Woodhall Spa next week. Fantastic News. Well done. We wish you well.
Thursday, 22 July 2021
Tuesday, 20 July 2021
Draw for Morison, Blackjack and Junior Championship @ Wishaw Golf club Monday 26th July 2021
9.30 Katie Graham
9.38 Jodie Graham
9.46 Lindsay Main
9.54 Millie Lauchlan
10.08 Pauline Warlow
10.16 Pat Casey
10.24 Heather Stewart
10.32 Barbara Brown
10.40 Marie Kirk
1.46 Katie Graham
1.54 Abigail McCafferty
2.02 Deirdre Anderson
2.10 Janice Paterson
2.18 Anne Cameron
Sunday, 18 July 2021
Katy Graham, Hamilton, finished runner up in the Scottish Girls matchplay Championship at Strathaven GC today.
In the semi final she beat Isla MacDonald-Obrien 2&1 but lost to Carmen Griffiths in the final. Carmen sealed her win with an albatross at the par 5 16th, her second of the week
.Many congratulations to Lindsay Main who won the Scottish Net Matchplay Championship today and sowon the Aynsley Reid Salver..
In the semi final she beat Ava Graham 2&1and in the final beat Katie Dunne, Paisley. 7&6 in the Final.
It was nice that a number of Lanarkshire members came out to support the two players.
Saturday, 17 July 2021
In round 1 of the Matchplay Championship at Strathaven Golf Club this morning Jodie Graham lost to the leading qualifier, Robyn Fowlie, Megan Docherty lost at the 18th to Jennifer Lynagh , Caldwell and Katie Graham beat Freya Russell, Royal Troon, 4&3.
In the Quarter Finals in the afternoon Katie Graham played Robyn and was 2 down after 16 but she then won 3 holes in a row to win at the 19th.
In the Net Matchplay round 1 Millie Lauchlan lost 4&2, Neave Marshall lost at the 20th to Katie Dunne and Lindsay Main beat Orla Rooney 5&4.
In the Quarter Finals in the afternoon Lindsay beat K Murison 3&2.
Well done Katie and Lindsay. All the best for tomorrow.
Friday, 16 July 2021
Lesley Lloyd has been selescted to represent Scotland at the SVLGA Jamboree at Glenbervie GC from Tuesday 3rd to Thursday 5th August.
The team is as follows:
Sheena Wood - Northern - Current SVLGA Champion
Linda Allan - Midland
Aileen Baker - Midland
Anne Hanson - East
Lesley Lloyd - West
Lorna McKinlay - Midland
Caroline Steedman - East
Liz Stewart - West
Jennifer Bryans - East
Donna Jackson - West
The first day of the Scottish under 18 Girls Championship at Strathaven Golf Club was held today in great conditions.
After 36 holes of strokeplay the following Lanarkshire Girls qualified for the Championship matchplay (16 best gross scores)
Megan Docherty, Bishopbriggs, in 3rd place
Katie Graham,, Hamilton, in 9th place
Jodie Graham, Hamilton, in 16th place
Leah Bryce, Sandyhills, finished in 17th place and so just missed qualifying
The following Lanarkshire girls qualified for the Ansley Reid salver, (next 16 best net scores)
Neve Marshall, Cathkin Braes
Lindsay Main, Strathaven
Millie Lauchlan, Bothwell Castle
Wednesday, 14 July 2021
Competitors enjoyed great weather and a course in very good condition for the July Spoon at Bishopbriggs GC today,
Marion Craig 92 (22) 70 acb
Pat Casey 91 (21) 70 acb
Susan Halley 87 (17) 70 acb
Susan Woodhouse 68 (+2) 70
Scratch: Susan Woodhouse 68
Roxy Brown 107 (31) 76
Jean Allan 106 (29) 77 acb
Anne Mungall 98 (22) 77
Scratch: Anne Mungall 98
To view all scores go to How Did I Do which can be accessed through the Logo on the sidebar.
Tuesday, 13 July 2021
Hayston Ladies Open Tri-am on Tuesday 20th July still has some vacancies.
The cost is £30 per team & can be booked on the following link https://visitors.brsgolf.com/hayston#/open-competitions/22/teesheet
Supporting East Dunbartonshire Foodbank.
Saturday, 10 July 2021
Friday, 9 July 2021
In the quarter finals yesterday Scotland beat Spain 4-3 and in the semi-finals today they lead England 5.5-1.5 and if successful will probably meet Sweden in tomorrow's final of Flight A at Royal County Down, Northern Ireland.
Well done Susan and your team. Keep it up.
Wednesday, 7 July 2021
Due to an oversight by Bishopbriggs GC the morning times for the July medal on Wednesday 14th July have had to be re-arranged. Please check the new times.
LLCGA July Medal Draw
Bishopbriggs GC, Wednesday 14th July 2021
Time Player Club
10.32 Susan Woodhouse East Kilbride
Alyson Hendry Hamilton
Katie Scott Strathaven
10.40 Neve Marshall Cathkin Braes
Deirdre Anderson Dullatur
Fiona Norris Hamilton
10.48 Marion Craig Strathaven
Patti Chalmers Hayston
Dawn Warnock Bothwell Castle
11.12 Kay Cherrie Crowwood
Heather Stewart Hamilton
Anne Lloyd Hayston
11.20 Pat Casey Hayston
Roxy Brown Hamilton
Jean Allan Strathaven
11.28 Sheena Boyd Lenzie
Frances Stobo Strathaven
Marie Kirk Drumpellier
13.36 Abigail McCafferty Airdrie
Susan Greenshields Drumpellier
13.44 Lindsay Main Strathaven
Liz Lees Hamilton
13.52 Fiona McWhirter Cathcart Castle
Susan Hailey Strathaven
Margaret Marshall Wishaw
14.00 Irene Morrison Drumpellier
Jean Maddock Wishaw
Millie Lauchlan Bothwell Castle
14.08 Lesley Neil Hamilton
Sarah Parker Drumpellier
Angela Devine Strathaven
14.16 Helen Wilson Drumpellier
Margaret Allan Hollandbush
Anne Mungall Airdrie
Susan Wood is the non playing captain of the Scottish team this week at the European Ladies Team Championship at Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.
After the first day Scotland lie in second place behind the Czech Republic.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Each team is made up of six players. Over Day’s 1 & 2 all players complete two individual stroke play rounds. The team’s five best scores out of six from each day count towards their stroke play qualifying totals.
Based on finishing position in the stroke play qualifying, the top eight teams from each championship qualify for the medal-contention Flight A bracket.
The format for the three remaining competition days is match play. Nations go head-to-head, with two foursomes matches in the morning and five singles matches in the afternoon.
This year because of COVID the competition is taking place at 5 different venues. 19 of the 30 teams are competing at Royal County Down.
The Scottish Team: Hannah Darling, Louise Duncan, Chloe Goadby, Hazel McGarvie, Lorna McClymont and Shannon McWilliam.
Wednesday, 30 June 2021
Congratulations to Katie Graham on qualifying for the final round of the Helen Holm Scottish Women's Open Championship after a +5 round today to give a +7 total for the two rounds.
Tuesday, 29 June 2021
It was a gorgeous day for the first round of the Helen Holm Scottish Women's Open at Troon Portland.
Sunday, 27 June 2021
Wednesday, 23 June 2021
The links to the Entry Forms for the July Spoon, the Morison Cup, Blackjack Cup and Junior Championship are now on the sidebar.
The July Spoon is on 14th July at Bishopbriggs GC. the Junior girl with the lowest net score will win the Nancy's Cup.
The Morison Cup on 26th July at Wishaw GC is a 36 hole scratch strokeplay competition for those with a handicap of 20.4 or less. For Juniors the first round also counts for the Junior Championship. For others the first round also counts for the Blackjack Cup.
The Blackjack Cup at Wishaw GC on 26th July is an 18 hole handicap strokeplay competition. with no handicap limit.
The Junior Championship at Wishaw GC on 26th July is an 18 hole strokeplay competition with a scratch and handicap trophy. It is open to all those under the age of 18 on 1st January 2021. No handicap limit.
Tuesday, 22 June 2021
Honorary member of LLCGA, former professional on the LPGA and daughter of our President Mary and sister of captain Fiona Norris was interviewed for the Scotsman recently about her golfing history including the influence of her family especially her elder sister Fiona, her amateur career, her time at Stanford University when Tiger Woods was a fellow student and her successful professional career including her appearances in Solheim Cup teams.
To view a fuller account of the interview go to the West of Scotland website or click on the following link to view the full article: Newspaper Article
Monday, 21 June 2021
On a lovely day for golf, the June Spoon was held today at Hamilton Golf Club which we thank for the use of the course which was in nice condition.
Katie Scott Strathaven 74 (5) 69
Neave Marshall Cathkin Braes 83(13) 70
Leah Bryce Sandyhills 78(6) 72 acb
Fiona Norris Hamilton 76(4) 72
Scratch: Katie Scott
Marie Kirk Drumpellier 100(30) 70
Christine Paterson Strathaven 94(23) 71
Christine Main Hayston 94(22) 72
Scratch: Christine Main 94 BIH
Wednesday, 16 June 2021
At the start of day 3 three of the counties were in contention to win. In a close match with some close games between Ayrshire and D&A , D&A won by 4.5 to 3.5.
This meant that D&A could only be beaten if Renfrewshire beat Lanarkshire. After 6 games were completed the score in that match was 3 all but Lanarkshire won the last 2 games at the 18th to win 5 to 3.
To view more photographs of day 3 click on the link below
To view photographs of all three days taken by Fiona Armour of Renfrewshire go to the West of Scotland Website.
Tuesday, 15 June 2021
LLCGA June Spoon: Hamilton GC
Time Player Club H'cap
10.00 Katie Graham Hamilton 1
Katie Scott Strathaven 4
Fiona Norris Hamilton 4
10.07 Dierdie Anderson Dullater 12
Abigail McCafferty Airdrie 11
Liz Lees Hamilton 11
10.15 Elaine Morris Hamilton 15
Anne Lloyd Hayston 18
Neve Marshall Cathkin Braes 13
10.22 Pat Casey Hayston 20
Kay Cherrie Crow Wood 19
Dawn Warnock Bothwell 19
10.30 Sheena Boyd Lenzie 21
Roxy Brown Hamilton 28
10.37 Anne Mungall Airdrie 21
Maj Stewart Hamilton 24
10.45 Christine Main Hayston 23
Pam Rice Strathaven 28
Heather Stewart Hamilton 21
10.52 Nora Wilson Strathaven 27
Barbara Brown Larkhall 33
Marie Kirk Drumpelier 29
1.30 Clare Queen Drumpelier 1
Leah Bryce Sandyhills 6
1.37 May Hughes Lanark 5
Janice Paterson Drumpelier 8
1.45 Irene Morrison Drumpelier 13
Lesley Neil Hamilton 17
Mari Scott Strathaven 17
1.52 Sarah Parker Drumpelier 20
Fiona McWhirter Cathcart Castle 20
Susan Halley Strathaven 17
2.00 Marion Craig Strathaven 21
Helen Wilson Drumpelier 24
Christine Paterson Strathaven 22
2.07 Anne Cameron Strathaven 22
Margaret Marshall Wishaw 23
Anne Morrison Carluke 26
2.17 Linda Syme Strathaven 30
Margaret Allan Hollandbush 38
Francis Stobo Strathaven 33
Monday, 14 June 2021
Sunday, 13 June 2021
Saturday, 12 June 2021
It is with much sadness that I announce the death last night of past president and captain, Margo Bauer.
Many congratulations to Ayrshire's Louise Duncan who today won the Amateur Championship at Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club. She had a great win over Joanna Lee Ludviksdott from Iceland by 9&8.
Louise is the first Scottish player to win the British Amateur in 24 years.
Wednesday, 9 June 2021
The following players will represent Lanarkshire in the Inter County Matches at Cardross Golf Club from Monday 14th to Wednesday 16th June.
Due to COVID restrictions the Jamboree will have a different format this year with no Foursomes but with 8 singles each day.
Cathkin Braes are holding an Open Ladies Tri Am on 25th August, Cost £10,
Times are going fast. To book go to the following link
Tuesday, 8 June 2021
to Ayrshire and Renfrewshire, joint winners of the Kennedy Salver at the West Junior Inter County Matches today at a very warm and sunny Irvine Golf Club.
Wednesday, 2 June 2021
Hayston GC are holding a Mixed Open Texas Scramble this Sunday, 6th June. There are still times available. To book online please click on the link below.
Tuesday, 1 June 2021
Today at East Kilbride Golf Club the competitors enjoyed the warm sunny weather and the course which was in excellent condition. Many thanks to East Kilbride GC for granting us courtesy and to the bar and catering staff for looking after our needs so well.
1 Susan Woodhouse & Taylor White (missing from photo), Lanarkshire , 73
2 Jan Macnab & Alison Macnab, Renfrewshire 79
1 Sarah Parker & Helen Wilson, Lanarkshire, 67.5
2 Fiona Norris & Morag Macdonald, Lanarkshire, 70
3. Janet Harkness & Elspeth Howie, Ayrshire, 70.5
4. Roisin Black & Margaret Adams, Renfrewshire, 71
Congratulations to Megan Docherty on winning the Barrie Douglas Junior Masters at Strathmore GC at the weekend. This is a three round event over the par 73 course. Megan scored 73, 72,72 to win by 8 shots from Rachael Foster.
Katie Graham was 11th and Jodie Graham 17th.
Friday, 28 May 2021
Monday, 24 May 2021
Anne Lloyd & Pat Casey
Saturday, 22 May 2021
In the semi-final she beat Liz Stewart, Renfrewshire. 3&2 and in the final beat Joanne Sharp, Ayrshire Captain, 4&3. Joanne beat Donna Jackson at 20th in the semi-final.
Lesley won the Championship in 2015, 2018 and 2019. As there was no championship last year she has won three in a row.
We wish her well in the Scottish Vets Championship at Blairgowrie.
Tuesday, 18 May 2021
Monday, 17 May 2021
Sunday, 16 May 2021
In her first Lanarkshire competition for many years Claire Queen won Division 1, net and scratch, in the May Spoon Competition over Lanark.
Christine Main won the net and scratch in Division 2.
She also won the 2019 Medal Final with a net 75.
Division 1 Net
Claire Queen, Drumpellier, 72
Shirley Dalrymple, Hayston, 73
Jodie Graham, Hamilton, 75
Scratch: Claire Queen 74
Division 2 Net
Christine Main, Hayston, 75
Christine Paterson, Strathaven, 76 BIH
Marie Kirk, Drumpellier, 76
Scratch: Christine Main 100 BIH Christine Paterson
To view all the scores click on the HOW DID I DO logo on the sidebar.