Many thanks to everyone who attended our Annual Prizegiving on Saturday 7 October. Attached are a few photographs of some of the Prizewinners. Please click on an individual photo for more details and to view a larger image. [...]
Many thanks to all Competitors who took part in our Competitons throughout the year. Attached are some photos of the Winners being presented with their Trophies by Captain Graham Dickie. Please click on the individual photo for more details.
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Well done to all Competitors who took part in this year's Stroke Play Championships. And the Winners are :- 3rd Class - W.Hannah 2nd Class - M Campbell 1st Class - M.Greig Ladies - C MacKay Gents - D.Wylie
Friday 11th August is your last chance this season to join an evening of Social Golf. It's a great way to meet and play with other members. Normally a 10 hole Team Texas Scramble then returning to the clubhouse for something to eat. Our last evening was a great success and attached is a photograph [...]
Please note that the Ladies Open Day held last month raised £300 for Deafblind Scotland. Attached is a photo of Sharon Edgar ,who recently visited the Charity's new office in Kirkintilloch, presenting the cheque. Well done to all involved!
Congratulations to our Winners from today's Finals - David Wylie and Moira Forman. And commiserations to Stephen Sinclair and Christine Pender. Please note that the Junior Final is being played at a later date.
The Finals will be contested between :- David Wylie vs Stephen Sinclair Max McCluskey vs Cammy Graham Christine Pender vs Moira Forman. The Results will be posted on our website as soon as possible. Good Luck to Everyone!
This year’s Ladies’ Open Day Tri-Am is on Wednesday 5th July. We still have a few times available & you can enter via the Club Website! Any Raffle Prize donations would be greatly appreciated and the proceeds from our Raffle will be donated to DeafBlind Scotland - a local Charity. (Please contact Jean Christie.)
‘Ready Golf’ is a term used to indicate that golfers should play when they are ready to do so, rather than strictly adhere to ‘the farthest from the hole plays first’ stipulation in the Rules of Golf. ‘Ready Golf’ is appropriate for stroke play formats and includes a number of actions that separately and collectively [...]