Monday, August 28, 2006

Gillian McGinlay wins the Autumn Meeting

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Gillian McGinlay (Cochrane Castle) had a terrific round at the Autumn Meeting today at Cathcart Castle. Her Gross Score of 73 was the best of the day. Despite a double bogey 5 at the first hole she went out in 36. She then came back in even par 37 to be 1 under the SSS 69. The CSS then went up to 71 and Gillian is now cut to a handicap of 4 the lowest she has ever been.

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Eilidh Briggs is the RLCGA Junior Champion

Eilidh Briggs (Junior Champion) and Lesley Cosh (Cowglen)- Click here for an enlargement
The RLCGA Junior Championship was played at Bonnyton Golf Course today. Lesley Cosh (Cowglen) beat Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) in the morning semi final.
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm)then won in the final against Lesley to become the 2006 RLCGA Junior Champion

Double Whammy for RLCGA's Morag Keys

Congratulations go to Morag Keys who last weekend won Erskine's Club Championship and Ralston's Club Championship
Here is a picture of Morag with Erskine's Ladies Club Captain Gina McDougall presenting her with the championship cup. This is Morag's second win at Erskine, the last one was in 1998 . It was a very exciting finals match as Morag fought her way back from 3 down against Fiona Campbell to clinch the title on the 18th green.


Draw for September Medal over Ranfurly Castle

Dorothy Yates (Cowglen) has completed the draw for the September Medal at Ranfurly Castle on Wednesday 13th September To see it Click Here

Win a round of Golf at Gleneagles

Raffle Draw
RLCGA have been given a raffle prize of "A round for 4 at Gleneagles" to help us raise more funds for the Scottish Finals. The draw will take place at the Bridge Drive and the tickets are £1.
Contact Beth or Christeen if you would like to buy some

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Renfrewshire Girls' Championship 2006

This will be held at Bonnyton Golf Club on Saturday 26th August.

Unfortunately not all the eligible girls are able to play so there will be one semi-final at 9.30am between Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) and Leslie Cosh (Cowglen) with the winner playing Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) in the final at 1.30pm.

Everyone is very welcome to come and support the girls and admire their golfing skills.

Committee Member Dorothy Yates is a winner

Fiona Lockhart and Elaine Moffat, both members of St Regulus Golf Club, St Andrews – and both former Scottish women’s amateur champions, added another national title to their golfing CV at Cowglen Golf Club, Glasgow today
They won the Scottish women’s foursomes title by one shot from the Baberton pairing of Karen Marshall and Fiona Hunter.
Fiona and Elaine had rounds of 77 and 73 over the par-72 women’s course for a total of 150.
Karen Marshall and Fiona Hunter scored 71 and 80 for 151.
The best net total was 142 off a handicap of eight by local members Dorothy Yates and Chris Fowler. They had gross scores of 77 and 81 (net 69 and 73)

Friday, August 11, 2006

Jennifer Jenkins winning Scottish Girls Team

The Scottish Girls Team with the Stroyan Cup
Victorious Scottish Girls team flanked by coach Karyn Dallas and captain Jennifer Jenkins

Congratulations go to Jennifer Jenkin's team who beat Wales 7 - 2, England 7 ½-1½ and finally thrashed Ireland 9 - 0 today to win the Girls Home Internationals for the first time since 1998.

(Photo Courtesy and Copyright © Tom Ward)

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Megan in Girls Scottish Team

Scottish Girls' Team at Portstewart for the Girls' Home Internationals which start tomorrow
Back Row L to R: Nancy Chisholm (SLGA President), Kelsey Macdonald, Sally Watson, Michelle Thomson, Carly Booth, Rachael Livingstone, Judith Anderson (Team Manager), Margaret Rodgers (SLGA Chairman)
Front Row L to R: Megan Briggs, Jennifer Jenkins (Girls' Captain), Krystle Caithness, Roseanne Niven
(Photo Courtesy and Copyright © Tom Ward)

Draw for Autumn Meeting over Cathcart Castle

Maureen Mitchell (Cathcart Castle) has completed the draw for the Autumn Meeting at Cathcart Castle on Monday 28th August To see it Click Here

Monday, August 07, 2006

Janette McCartney is the Overall Winner of the Kilmacolm Medal

The August Medal was played over Kilmacolm this afternoon and evening with the final players finishing about 8:30pm.
Janette McCartney (Erskine) was the overall winner with a net 69 by virtue of the BIH from Beatrice Orr (Kilmacolm).
Donna Jackson (Cochrane Castle) won the Scratch award with a gross 74
SSS 72 CSS 74.
Click on the link on the RHS to Howdidido for all the results

Sunday, August 06, 2006

13 year old Eilidh cuts her handicap to 5

Eilidh Briggs
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) was in the top ten at the Riccarton Rosebowl at Hamilton on Sunday 6th August With 2 terrific rounds of 74 and 72 (Par 72). She has now has cut her handicap to 5.
13 Year old Eilidh started the season with a handicap of 13 !!

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Tom Leham Trophy - the Briggs Sisters are Winners

Megan Briggs[Kilmacolm] won the Tom Leham Trophy 2006 played over Troon Lochgreen today.
Megan scored a gross 73 against the par 75 course where the CSS was 74.
Not to be outdone , sister Eilidh won the handicap trophy with a 74 less 7 net 67.