Tuesday, August 23, 2016

MANY THANKS GO TO PRESIDENT JENNIFER MACK AND VICE CAPTAIN JUNE LOCKHART

Jennifer, Carol, Shirley and June
silent auction took place at the Beetle drive in February at Ralston Golf Club with various donations.  
RLCGA President Jennifer Mack donated a  round  of golf at the Ladies Golf Club Troon. Vice captain June Lockhart had the winning bid at the  auction and on Sunday 21st August Committee member Shirley Back and Webmaster Carol Fell were both treated to a great day out. 
Shirley had her very own caddy - "Big Al" and it was an individual stableford that was played. The match was very tight with Jen and June both having 33 points and Shirley and Carol 32 points.
June was the overall winner !!
June receives the winning prize 
Jen presented June with her prize  (A Troon Open Marker) and in fact we all got prizes --Tees and Sweeties !
We then all enjoyed a delicious lunch after the event.
Thanks go to both Jen and June for their marvellous hospitality and great day out.    

Sunday, August 21, 2016

JENNIFER RETAINS THE JUNIOR TITLE.

The Renfrewshire Junior Championship Final was played at Eastwood Golf Club this afternoon in lovely sunny conditions. It was a repeat of last year's final between Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle ) and Anna Mackenzie (East Renfrewshire) which Jennifer had won comfortably. 
Jennifer and Anna
Today's match, however, was much closer-with Anna winning the 1st hole with a birdie! Jennifer responded winning the next 2 holes, also with birdies! A couple of poor holes by Anna gave Jennifer a comfortable lead of 3up after the 6th but she fought back to be 1 down after 8. Another birdie at the 9th, let Jennifer be 2 up at the turn, with a front 9 of 37. (1 over par). 
A lovely birdie putt from just off the green at the short 11th saw her lead extend to 3 again. But Anna won the 12th with a good up and down for par and the 13th was halved in birdie 4's. A loose 2nd shot by Anna at the 14th let Jennifer win the hole with a par. Jennifer overshot the green at the par 3 15th but recovered with a lovely chip  and sunk her putt for her par. Anna had played a lovely tee shot but just missed the birdie putt so now Jennifer was 3 up with 3 to play. 2 good drives at the 16th but adrenaline kicked in for Anna and she put her 2nd shot into the back left bunker. Jennifer played safely on to the green and 2 putts was enough to give her the Championship for the 3rd time.
Both girls were a credit to their clubs and their families. It was a lovely game to referee and watch. 

Congratulations Jennifer and hard luck Anna. You both played some lovely golf.
Jennifer
Anna
I'd like to take this opportunity to wish the Mackenzie family good luck with their move to Amsterdam next week! Audrey has been a fantastic Junior Convenor for the last 2 years and will be greatly missed.
Gillian Kyle (RLCGA Captain)

Friday, August 19, 2016

DRAW FOR AUTUMN GREENSOMES

The draw for the Autumn Greensomes over Cathcart Castle Golf Course has now been done.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW
The contact person is Tracy Masterton - Mobile Number 07969806885

Monday, August 15, 2016

HOME PLAYER LIZ HALE TAKES THE GOLD MEDAL AT THE AUGUST MEDAL AT CALDWELL

Andy Murray - Gold Medal winne
45 ladies played in today's medal at Caldwell Golf Club . It was a dry and reasonably warm day although the course was playing it's full length and maybe a bit more.

The CSS was 75 and "reduction only" (SSS 72). The adverse scoring was blamed by many on Andy Murray's epic Olympic Gold Medal win in the early hours of this morning ..... or could it simply have been a case of it wasn't wet and windy!!!!

Overall winner was Liz Hale (Caldwell) with a 73 net and Denise Cowan (Ranfurly Castle) won the scratch with a gross 84.

Emma Kennedy

Former junior and newly re-joined county member, Emma Kennedy of Paisley, finished second in both the gross and Division 1 net competitions (Handicap 0 - 12) - well done Emma in your first county competition for some time.

Division 1 (H'Cap 0 - 12)  
1st:  Liz Hale (Caldwell) 85-12 = 73
2nd: Emma Kennedy (Paisley) 85-11=74
3rd: Carol Fell (Ranfurly Castle) 86-10=76



Division 2 (H' Cap 13+)  
1st:  Muriel Young (Old Ranfurly) 92-26 = 76
2nd:Maureen Taggart (Old Ranfurly) 94-17=77
3rd: Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine) 91-13=78

A full report on all scores can be found on How-Did-I-Do. It's a great platform to see how your fellow competitors score and to assess your own scores hole-by-hole.

To register if you have not already done so --
If your Home Club does not use Club V1 or Club 2000 handicap software you can still register and make RLCGA your home club on howdidido although it is your Away Club. 

If you normally look at your results from your Home Club  e.g. Erskine then add RLCGA as your other course which is your Away course.

If none of this makes sense ask Carol Fell and she will help you !!

Sunday, August 14, 2016

AUGUST MEDAL OVER CALDWELL

The August County Medal over Caldwell is tomorrow - 15th August . There have been a few changes to the Draw -- CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR  START TIME 

Saturday, August 13, 2016

JENNIFER AND ANNA FINISH WELL IN THE UNDER 16's SCOTTISH GIRLS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Well done to RLCGA's Jennifer Rankin and Anna Mackenzie in the Loretto School Scottish Under-16 girls' open tournament at Aberdour Golf Club in Fife.

LEADING FINAL TOTALS

Par 134 (2x67). SSS 72. CSS 72 72
142 H Screen (Berkhamsted) 68 74
146 N Slater (Furness) 73 73, A Fuller (Roehampton) 73 73
149 G Carr (Milltown) 75 74, B Bayles (Bishop Auckland) 74 75.
150 B Jay (North Weald) 76 74, R Becht (Bel) 71 79
153 L Duncan (West Kilbride) 80 73, S Johnson (Telford Links) 75 78, F Evans (Newport Links) 78 75
154 C Screene (Hermitage) 78 76

OTHER SCOTS' TOTALS


155 J Rankine ( Haggs Castle)

158 K Brodie (Strathmore) 77 81 (T22)
159 Anna McKay (Crail GS) 78 81, A Mackenzie (East Renfrewshire) 75 84.
161 L McClymont (Milngavie) 79 82 (T31).
162 H Darling (Broomieknowe) 85 77 (T34).
163 E Hynd (Balbirnie Park) 82 81 (T36)
164 C Irvine (Craigielaw) 78 76 (T38)
165 C Griffiths (Aboyne) 85 80 (T40)
166 A Mitchell (Strathmore) 84 82 (T42)
169 S Ramsay (West Kilbride) 85 84, E Henderson (Loretto) 79 90 (T46)
171 C Wilson (St Regulus) 86 85 (T50)
172 R Foster (Turnberry) 83 89 (52nd)
173 J Taylor (Downfield) 84 89 (T53).

TO VIEW ALL THE FINAL TOTALS


CLICK HERE

Friday, August 12, 2016

CAPTAIN GILLIAN KYLE IS SELECTED FOR THE SCOTTISH SENIORS TEAM

NEWS RELEASE FROM SCOTTISH GOLF 
Scottish Golf has announced sides for the European Senior Ladies Team Championships later this month.
The European Senior Ladies’ Team Championship takes place at Sierra GC in Poland from 30 August – 3 September.
The top two players on the Scottish Golf Senior Women’s Orders of Merit have earned selection, along with four selectors’ picks.
The two automatic selections from the Senior Women’s Order of Merit were Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) and Alex Glennie from Kilmarnock Barassie, with Lorna Bennett captain of the team.

SCOTLAND SENIOR WOMEN'S TEAM
    Alex Glennie, Kilmarnock Barassie
    Gillian Kyle, East Renfrewshire
    Lorna McKinlay, Dunnikier Park
    Mary Smith, Tain
    Fiona de Vries, St Regulus
    Sheena Wood, Aberdeen Ladies

Thursday, August 11, 2016

RENFREWSHIRE'S JENNIFER RANKINE AND ANNA MACKENZIE HAVE GREAT ROUNDS IN THE SCOTTISH UNDER 16'S OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS

Hannah Screen (Berkhamsted) shot a one-over-par 68 to lead by three strokes at the end of the first round of the Scottish U16 girls' open championship at Aberdour Golf Club today.
She had birdies at the third, 13th and 17th in halves of 34. She bogeyed the first, eighth, 10th and 11th.
The leading Scottish players are joint seventh on 75 - Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle), Megan Ashley (Strathmore) and Anna Mackenzie (East Renfrewshire).

LEADING FIRST ROUND TOTALS
Par 67 SSS72 CSS 72
68 H Screen (Berkhamsted)
71 R Becht (Bel)
73 N Slater (Furness), A Fuller (Roehampton)
74 B Bayles (Bishop Auckland), F Tynan (Minchinhampton)
75 J Rankine (Haggs Castle), S Johnson (Telford), C Worby (Newport Links), M Ashley (Strathmore), A Mackenzie (East Renfrewshire), G Carr (Milltown)77

OTHER SCOTS' SCORES
76 K Brodie (Strathmore)
78 A McKay (Crail GS), C Irvine (Craigielaw).
79 L McClymont (Milngavie) (T29)
80 L Duncan (West Kilbride) (38th)
82 E Hynd (Balbirnie Park) (T42)
83 R Foster (Turnberry)

RENFREWSHIRE GIRLS' FINAL.

The 2016 Girls' Final will take place on Sunday August 21st at Eastwood Golf Club, teeing off at 2pm. This will be a repeat of the 2015 final between Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) and Anna Mackenzie (East Renfrewshire). Both girls have had a VERY busy summer playing in many competitions so the standard should be very high and worthwhile taking a drive to Eastwood to watch some excellent golf.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

JUNIOR COMPETITION AT KILMACOLM GOLF CLUB

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GET YOUR ENTRY FORM  --- CLICK HERE

ENTRIES FOR THE SEPTEMBER TRI AM ARE NOW AVAILABLE

View from Greenock Golf Course
Entries are now being taken for the Tri Am over Greenock Golf Course on Tuesday 13th September
You will find it on the Competition Entries and Draws Page on the LHS of this webpage. 
Teams will be made up from individual entries -- Alternatively CLICK HERE TO ENTER 

Please also note the closing date for the Autumn Greensomes is Monday 15th August 

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

RLCGA'S JUNIOR ANNA MACKENZIE DOES WELL AT THE UNDER 14'S GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP

By Colin Farquharson
The home representatives were squeezed out of the leading positions in the final round of the Loretto School Scottish Under-14s  girls' 36-hole championship at Craigielaw Golf Club today.

It was an England 1-2-3 in the girls' tournament with Caitlin Whitehead (Kendal) winning by three shots with scores of 80 and 67 for 147.
Annabel Fuller (Roehampton) also had a very good second round, a 68, which earned her a share of second place with Rosie Belshan from Whitley Bay. Rosie shot 76 and 74.

GIRLS
par 142 (2x71) SS 72 CSS 72 
147 C Whitehead (Kendal) 80 67
150 A Fuller (Roehampton 82 68, R Belshan (Whitley Bay) 76 74
151 E Hynd (Balbirne Park) 74 77

OTHER SCOTS' TOTALS
164 C Griffiths (Aboyne) 87 77 (T13)
165 E Henderson (Loretto) 87 78, P Wilson (Burntisland) 84 81 (T15)
166 H Darling (Broomieknowe) 80 86 (T18)
168 A MacKenzie (East Renfrewshire) 87 81 (T21)

178 Romy Erskine (Kilmacolm) 90 88 (28)
 
 TO VIEW ALL THE FINAL TOTALS


CLICK HERE

Saturday, August 06, 2016

JUNIOR CAMPBELL CLOCK STABLEFORD

Campbell Clock Poster-- CLICK HERE TO ENLARGE POSTER AND PRINT FOR YOUR CLUB

The Annual Campbell Clock Stableford is on Sunday 11th September at Whitecraigs Golf Club.
Also a 9 hole Par 3 Competition for girls with no handicap. 
Contact RLCGA Captain Gillian Kyle  - email by clicking here 

SCOTLAND GIRLS LOSE TO THE IRISH ON DAY 3 AND END UP RUNNERS UP


FROM THE LGU WEBSITE



Scotland's Under-18 girls team with the "Swansea Spoon," the runners-up trophy. Picture by Cal Carson Golf Agency.


Ireland have won the Girls' Home Internationals title for the first time. They came from behind to beat Scotland 5-4 in the Under-18s' championship decider at Conwy Golf Club, North Wales.
The Scots had beaten Wales 7-2 and England 6-3 and when they established a 2-1 lead over Ireland in the final day foursomes, it looked as if Scotland would win the title for the first time since their back-to-back successes in 2006 and 2007.
But a talented Irish squad rose to the challenge and won four of the six singles.
After Shannon McWilliam had won the top singles for Scotland, beating Mairead Martin 3 and 1 by winning five holes on the trot from the 13th, the Irish really got down to business.
Annabel Wilson beat Joanne Free 5 and 3 after being three holes up after six.
Then Irish U18s champion Julie McCarthy won by 4 and 2 against Louise Duncan, winning the seventh, eighth, 13th and 16th without reply.
Niamh McSherry put a fourth point on the board for Ireland by beating Jennifer Rankine 7 and 6 after getting to five up on the eighth tee.
Hazel MacGarvie gave Scotland a glimmer of hope of turning the Irish tide when she scored her sixth win in six matches - MVP of the girls' tournament - by beating Valerie Clancy 6 and 5 with a glory run of wins at the seventh, eighth, ninth, 10th, 12th and 13th.
That meant the overall score stood at 4-4 with everything hanging on the result of the match between Jillian Farrell, winner of five out of five for the Scots, and Lauren Walsh, playing in her first Girls' Home Internationals for Ireland.
Farrell lost the first two holes but twice got back to all square, winning the eighth and then the 12th after losing the sixth and the 10th.
All square on the 13th tee, Walsh struck a body blow to the Scot's hopes by going two up with wins at the 13th and 14th.
Farrell got one back by winning the 15th and, one down with three to play, Jillian needed "only" to get a square game for Scotland to win the title.
But Walsh closed out her opponent and clinched a 5-4 win for Ireland by taking the 16th and 17th for a 3 and 1 win she will remember the rest of her golfing days.
England, who had come into the tournament seeking a ninth title in a row, finished third by beating Wales 6.5-2.5
They took a 2-1 lead from the foursomes into the singles in which there were clear-cut wins for Lily-May Humphreys (5 and 3 v Lucy Jones), Amelia Williamson (5 and 3 v Ffion Evans), Annabel Fuller (4 and 3 v Caitlin Evans-Brand) and Louisa Brunt (5 and 4 v Nicola Wainwright.
The Welsh tail wagged with Cary Worby winning the 15th, 17th and 18th for a two-hole win over Isobel Wardle. And Ffion Vineall won the 14th, 15th and 17th to snatch a square match with Sharna Deutrieux.



WOMENS HOME INTERNATIONALS 

Scotland produced their best performance of the week to squash Ireland's lingering hopes that a win might get them into a countback for the title in the event of England and Wales drawing their final match. The Scots, who had lost to Wales and England, beat the Irish 5-4 after taking a 2-1 lead from the foursomes. Connie Jaffrey, two up after three holes, went on to beat Jessica Carty 3 and 2. Jess Meek, thanks to successes at the 10th, 11th, 13th and 14th, scored her fourth win of the week, beating Jessica Ross 5 and 4. In the top singles, Hannah McCook, one of two holes up most of the way against Louise Coffey eventually was held to a square game, thanks to the Irish player winning both the 16th and 17th. And 2014 
Curtis Cup player Eilidh Briggs, one down at the turn, won the 14th, 17th and 18th to get a plucky halved match with Maria Dunne, a member of this year's winning GB&I team. Yet another Curtis Cup player, Ireland's Olivia Mehaffey. won by two holes against former Scottish champion Clara Young who put up a stuff performance as Mehaffey scored her fifth win of the week. Scotland's Heather Munro went into the final session of play with a record of five wins from five outings. Ireland's Sinead Sexton, three up after eight, smashed the 100 per cent winning tag by beating the Scot 2 and 1. And so the first combined Women's and Girls Home Internationals came to a conclusion. Were they a success? Undoubtedly although they did make for longer days!

England beat Wales to become the Champions -- Read full report on Kirkwood Golf 

Thursday, August 04, 2016

DAY 2 OF THE HOME INTERNATIONALS -- MIXED SUCCESS FOR EILIDH AND JENNIFER

Scottish Girls'  and Womens' Teams 
SCOTLAND v IRELAND FOR GIRLS' TITLE BUT 

SCOTS WOMEN ARE OUT OF IT AT CONWY

By COLIN FARQUHARSON
England's eight-year reign as champions of the Girls' Home International matches is over.
After a draw on the first day with Ireland, they were toppled by Scotland who beat England 6-3 at Conwy Golf Club, North Wales today 
Ireland, who beat Wales 7-2, will play Scotland in the title decider tomorrow. (Friday)
If the Scots win or even draw with Ireland, they will be girls' champions for the first time since 2007.
Ireland, who have never won the Under-18s title, will end their lean years if they can beat the Scots, as they did last year by a 6-3 margin.
Twelve months ago England beat Scotland 5.5-3.5 at this level but this is a strong Scots side with Hazel MacGarvie and Jillian Farrell twin towers of strength in the foursomes and in the singles.
Scotland took a 2.5-0.5 lead from the foursomes and that became a 3pt lead when Shannon McWilliam found her best form late in a 3 and 2 win over England's Lily-May Humphreys in the top singles.
Humphreys was one up after 12 holes but then McWilliam produced the victory surge by winning the 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th for victory.
England had the better of the middle-order singles ties with Emily Price beating Joanne Free 2 and 1, and Louisa Brunt winning by 2 and 1 over Jennifer Rankine, while Amelia Williamson had a square match with Louise Duncan.
It was left to the "Young Firm" of Farrell and MacGarvie to wrap things up for Scotland.
Farrell won by 5 and 3 against the highly rated Annabel Fuller, and MacGarvie, Scotland's U18s girls champion, polished off the challenge of Isobel Wardle by 4 and 3.
But Scotland will need to raise their game one more time against Ireland who were impressive 7-2 winners today against Wales. The Irish took the foursomes 3-0 and the singles 4-2.

Scotland's women flattered to deceive. They played very well to take a 2-1 foursomes lead over title-holders England but were not at the races in the singles with the English winning the first five ties.
Only Heather Munro was a Scotland winner in the afternoon, by 4 and 2. She has played well over the two days.
So a 2-1 lead became a 6-3 defeat for Scotland.
Ireland and Wales drew 4.5pt apiece and it well be a triple tie for the title if Ireland finish with a win over Scotland while Wales and England draw. If that is the case it will be a three-way countback and Ireland will be looking for a big win over Scotland to boost their games-won column for any possible tie-breaker.

HOME INTERNATIONALS

Conwy GC, North Wales
Day 2 results
WOMEN
ENGLAND 6, SCOTLAND 3
Foursomes: 1-2
L Prior and E Allen lost to J Meek and H Munro 1 hole.
M MacLaren and O Winning bt E Briggs and H McCook 1 hole.
G Clews and S Lamb lost to C Young and C Jaffrey 3 and 1
Singles: 5-1
Clews bt McCook 6 and 4.
MacLaren bt Briggs 6 and 5.
Lamb bt Meek 3 and 1.
S Giles bt C Goadby 2 and 1
Winning bt Young 2 and 1.
Prior lost to Munro 4 and 2.

IRELAND 4.5, WALES 4.5


HOW THEY STAND
Wales 1 win, 1 draw
England 1 win, 1 draw
Ireland 2 draws
Scotland 2 defeats

FRIDAY'S MATCHES
Scotland v Ireland
Wales v England

GIRLS
ENGLAND 3, SCOTLAND 6
Foursomes: 0.5-2.5
L-M Humphreys and A Williamson lost to S McWilliam and J Free 2 and 1
E Price and I Wardle halved with J Rankine and J MacKintosh.
L Brunt and A Fuller lost to H MacGarvie and J Farrell 5 and 3.
Singles: 2.5-3.5
Humphreys lost to McWilliam 3 and 2.
Price bt Free 2 and 1.
Williamson halved with L Duncan.
Brunt bt Rankine 2 and 1.
Fuller lost to Farrell 4 and 3.
Wardle lost to MacGarvie 4 and 3.

IRELAND 7, WALES 2


HOW THEY STAND
Scotland 2 wins
Ireland 1 win, 1 draw
England 1 draw, 1 defeat
Wales 2 defeats

FRIDAY MATCHES:
Scotland v Ireland
Wales v England

Wednesday, August 03, 2016

HOME INTERNATIONAL RESULTS -DAY 1

HOME INTERNATONALS Day 1
Conwy Golf Club, North Wales

Women'  Home International Team - Photo courtesy of Colin Farquarson

Report from the LGU Website

WOMENS' HOME INTERNATIONAL MATCHES

The Wales-Scotland ladies' match was quite close at the lunchtime break with the Welsh leading 2-1 going into the singles.
But the Scots had shot their bolt and Wales won four of afternoon ties through Chloe Williams (2 a nd 1), Megan Lockett (3 and 2), Lauren Hillier (4 and 3) and Becky Harries (5 and 3).
Scotland's only afternoon winner was Heather Munro by 2 holes over Bethan Morris.
Kath O'Connor and Hannah McCook had a square match, the Welsh player winning the last two holes 


WALES 6.5, SCOTLAND 2.5
Foursomes: 2-1
C Williams and M Lockett bt H McCook and E Briggs 3 and 2.
B Harries and B Morris bt C Jaffrey and C Young 3 and 2.
K O'Connor and L Hillier lost to H Munro and J Meek 3 and 1.

Singles: 4.5-1.5
Williams bt Meek 2 and 1
Lockett bt Briggs 3 and 2.
O'Connor halved with McCook
Hillier bt C Goadby 4 and 3
Morris lost to Munro 2 holes
Harries bt Jaffrey 5 and 3.

IRELAND 4.5, ENGLAND 4.5

GIRLS

Scottish Girls Team - Photo courtesy of Colin Farquarson

GIRLS' HOME INTERNATIONAL MATCHES
Scotland lead the Girls Home Internationals table at the end of Day 1 at Conwy, having beaten Wales 7-2.
England, winners of the U18s' title for the past eight years in a row, drew 4.5-4.5 with a fighting Irish side.
The Scots edged ahead 2-1 in the morning girls' foursomes and then overpowered the host nation's girls 5-1 in the singles.
It was the second year in a row that Scotland had beaten Wales but this was a more comprehensive win despite the fact that Scotland's top-ranked girl, Shannon McWilliam lost the top singles match by 3 and 2 to Lucy Jones who surged into a four-hole lead after only six holes and was five up after eight.
There were good wins for the Scots by Joanne Free (5 and 3), Louise Duncan (2 holes), Jennifer Rankine (2 and 1), Jillian Farrell (3 and 1) and U18s champion Hazel MacGarvie (3 and 2).

WALES 2, SCOTLAND 7
Foursomes: 1-2
F Evans and C Worby lost to S McWilliam and J Free 1 hole.
L Jones and C Evans-Brand bt J Rankine and J MacKintosh 3 and 2.
N Wainwright and F Vineall lost to H MacGarvie and J Farrell 7 and 5

Singles: 1-5
Jones bt McWilliam 3 and 2.
Evans-Brand lost to Free 5 and 3.
F Evans lost to L Duncan 2 holes
Worby lost to Rankine 2 and 1
H Evans lost to Farrell 3 and 1
Wainwright lost to MacGarvie 3 and 2.

IRELAND 4.5, ENGLAND 4.5


THURSDAY MATCHES
Scotland v England
Ireland v Wales

Tuesday, August 02, 2016

EILIDH AND JENNIFER PLAYING ING HOME AND GIRLS INTERNATIONALS

The Home and Girls International Teams 

GOOD LUCK FROM ALL IN RENFREWSHIRE TO BOTH EILIDH BRIGGS AND JENNIFER RANKINE WHO ARE PLAYING IN THE HOME AND GIRLS INTERNATIONALS WHICH BEGIN TOMORROW

Monday, August 01, 2016

CAPTAIN GILLIAN IS AT PANMURE PLAYING FOR THE SCOTTISH VETS TEAM

All in Renfrewshire County wish Captain Gillian Kyle good Luck in this weeks Scottish Vets Jamboree at Panmure Golf Club -- Matches been tomorrow 
To read more go to the WEST VETS WEBSITE

Sunday, July 31, 2016

MEGAN HAS A TOP TEN FINISH IN THE MACKIE ROSEBOWL

Many congrats go to Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm)  who finished in 9th place in the Mackie Bowl over Gullane Golf Course yesterday 31st July -- CLICK HERE to see all the scores

Thursday, July 28, 2016

EILIDH WINS THE ROYAL BIRKDALE SCRATCH TROPHY

From the Lancashire Ladies County Golf Website 


Renfrewshire's Eilidh Briggs from Kimalcolm GC in Scotland  won the Royal Birkdale Scratch (Red Rum Trophy) on a count back from Isobel Wardle (Prestbury), both had rounds of 72 + 70 for a total of 142. Georgia Price (Bude & North Cornwall) was third on the same score with two rounds of 71. Louisa Brunt from the home club was the leading Lancashire player.


The CSS for both rounds were 75 !
Many Congrats Eilidh from all in Renfrewshire.