2007 Junior News
2007 County Rosebowl
RLCGA Winter Foursomes 2007
Tuesday 31st July 2007: The Semi Finalists for the County Rosebowl
Also -- There will be no news for a while--- Off to the British Ladies
Open at St Andrews
Monday 30th July 2007: Your Webmaster wins the Glenhead Trophy
Ok I was told by Donna Jackson that I was to put
this on ---so here it is .
Played in Lochwinnoch's Open Day on Saturday and actually played
well. 71 players took part and my net 40 stableford points was just
enough to win the Trophy by virtue of the better inward half from home
player Lorna Fortieth. To see all the prize-winners go to the WOS
Club News site ----
The Glenhead Trophy - Lochwinnoch
Sunday 29th July 2007: Clare- Marie is 3rd in the Mackie Rosebowl and
Megan receives a prize for her second round
|Scottish champion Jenna Wilson from Strathaven
won the Mackie Bowl SLGA 36-hole Order of Merit tournament for
the second year in a row over the Gullane No 1 course today.
Jenna had scores of 70 and 78 for a level par aggregate of 148 in a
Clare-Marie Carlton (Fereneze), Claire Hargan (Mortonhall)
and former Scottish title-holder Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) all
finished with an aggregate of 151.
Clare-Marie was officially placed third with the best first round of the
trio (a 74). Claire Hargan's better last nine earned her third place
ahead of Fiona Lockhart.
LEADING FINAL TOTALS
Par 148 (2 x 74). CSS 74 75.
148 J Wilson (Strathaven) 70 78.
150 L Murray (Alford) 71 79.
151 C-M Carlton (Fereneze) 77 74 (better second round),
C Hargan (Mortonhall) 72 79 (better last nine), F Lockhart (St Regulus)
152 V Melvin (Reunion, Florida) 73 79, R Niven (Crieff) 73 79.
153 M Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 77 76, C Macdonald (Gullane) 77 76.
154 M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 79 75
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) received an additional scratch prize for
here second round of 75 (to players outwith main list):
Thanks go to Gillian Kirkwood for the report
Saturday 28th July 2007: Renfrewshire congratulates the Scottish
Seniors Team in their recent success in Sweden
many congratulations to Team Captain Pam Gordon, Past Captain of
D&A Helen Faulds and all the Scottish Team on a terrific
performance this week in the European Seniors Team
Championships at Royal Drottningholms Golf Club, Stockholm
The team members were:
Lorna Bennett (Ladybank)
Fiona de Vries (St Rule)
Helen Faulds (Douglas Park)
Kathleen Sutherland (Royal Montrose)
Moira Thomson (North Berwick)
Pamela Williamson (Baberton)
Helen had the best
overall individual score in the team that helped them get into the
Flight A match play draw against France, England and Sweden. They
were unfortunately just beaten by France in the match play stages
with close games eg Helen losing at the 21st.
On the last day Sweden grabbed third place after winning the last
match on the 18th green.
WELL DONE TO YOU ALL
To see all the results, photos and even a wee video go to
Swedish Championship Website
Wednesday 24th July 2007: Scottish Seniors Team qualify for the A
flight European Matchplay Championship
Still time to enter the Tom Lehman Competition --- Megan is going for a
SLGA Rankings --- Megan, Clare- Marie and Eilidh are RLCGA stars ---
|Congratulations go to the Scottish
Seniors Team who qualified in 4th position after 2 rounds of
stroke play in the European Seniors Team Championships in Stockholm
They now play France tomorrow in the Top Fight Matchplay stages
To see all the details click on the link above that says
WOS CLUB NEWS
Junior Tom Lehman Competitions
Entries close this week for the South Ayrshire Pre-Handicap and Tom
Monday 6th August 2007 • Fullarton Golf Course
The Pre-Handicap Open is for any child who is not yet at handicap
standard and will be played over 18 short holes on Troon Fullarton Golf
Entry is only £2.00 and each entrant will receive a small goody bag.
Tuesday 7th August • Lochgreen, Darley and Fullarton Golf Courses
In the Tom Lehman competition, Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm)
is going for a hat trick of wins having previously won in 2004 and 2006.
1 Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon), 2 Heather MacRae (Dunblane New), 3
Carly Booth (Comrie), 4 Jenna Wilson (Strathaven), 4 Krystle Caithness
(St Regulus), 6 Emily Ogilvy (Auchterarder), 7 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn
Dunbar), 8 Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle), 9 Rachael Livingstone
(Musselburgh Old), 10 Sara Bishop (Cochrane Castle).
11 Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan), 12 Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth), 13
Roseanne Niven (Crieff), 14 Jocelyn Carthew (Ladybank), 15 Megan
Briggs (Kilmacolm), 16 Martine Pow (Selkirk), 17 Clare-Marie
Carlton (Fereneze), 18 Elaine Moffat (St Regulus), 19 Laura Murray
(Alford), 20 Kerri Harper (Inverness).
1 Carly Booth (Comrie), 2 Jane Turner (Mortonhall), 3
Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle), 4 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), 5
Lindsey Hunter (Dalmahoy), 6 Roseanne Niven (Crieff), 7 Megan Briggs
(Kilmacolm), 8 Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth), 9 Rebecca Watson (Elie &
Earlsferry Ladies), 10 Sammy Vass (Tain).
11 Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm), 12 Jill Meldrum (Dullatur), 13 Eve
Muirhead (Pitlochry), 14 Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey), 15
Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth), 16 Isla Craigie (Torwoodlee), 17 Samantha
Leslie (Westhill), 18 Louise MacGregor (Falkirk), 19 Susan Jackson
(Fife), 20 Lauren MacCallum (McDonald Ellon).
Sunday 22nd July 2007: Maureen Skinner (now Woodhead) has married Neil
in St Lucia and ------
Renfrewshire Ladies County Golf Association
congratulate Padraig Harrington on his Open Championship win at Carnoustie
Just a note to let you and my friends at Renfrewshire know
that Neil and I got married in St Lucia on 11 July 2007.
It was just what we wanted - no fuss. We were on holiday with 11 year
old Scott who took his duties as 'Best Boy' and 'Ring Bearer'
Here is one of the zillions of photographs taken on the day --
(Click on the Photo above to see an enlargement)
Hope to be playing in the Autumn meeting and I will bring the album
Many Congratulations to both you and Neil (Mr and Mrs Woodhead) from all at RLCGA
Padraig Harrington has become the
first Irish winner of The Open Championship since Fred Daly in 1947. He
clinched the title in nail-biting fashion in a four-hole play-off with
Sergio Garcia of Spain.
He had a one stroke advantage on the final hole of normal play but twice
put his ball in the Barry Burn to take six. Garcia then had the chance
to win at the 72nd hole, but bunkered his second shot and took five to
force the play-off.
Harrington took an immediate advantage in the four hole decider,
holing a birdie putt from eight feet while Garcia was bunkered short of
the pin and failed to get up and down. They matched shots at the 16th
and 17th before Harrington laid up in two at the 18th.
Going for broke Garcia hit his driver and then fired a six-iron
from the light rough on the left 203 yards into the centre of the green.
Harrington's approach pulled up outside Garcia's ball and his first putt
rolled three feet past. Garcia's putted shaved the hole but made the
return, leaving Harrington an unwanted three-footer for the title.
For all the scores and videos etc go to
Official Open Website
Saturday 21st July 2007: Photograph of Carly and Megan with the Ansley
Reid Salver winner Gabrielle MacDonald (Prestonfield) --- Thanks go to
Colin Farquharson for the photo
From Left to Right: Megan Briggs (Runner Up ), Carly Booth Scottish
Under 18 Champion and Gabrielle MacDonald Winner of the Ainsley Reid
Friday 20th July 2007: Megan loses in the final of the Scottish Under
18's Girls Championship to Carly Booth and Megan is selected for
Carly Booth (Comrie)
-- pictured left (Photo courtesy Cal Carson Golf Agency) beat Renfrewshire County Champion Megan
Briggs (Kilmacolm) in the final of the Scottish girls
championship over Peterhead Golf Club's Craigewan links this
Megan (pictured left---
Photo courtesy Cal Carson Golf Agency) was one up at the turn, thanks to a birdie at the long
eighth but Carly turned the tide in her favour by winning the 12th, 13th
and 14th with a par-par-birdie run which put her two up. With haves at
the next 3 holes Megan finally lost 2 and 1. Carly was 3 under par and
Megan 1 under.
Six of the eight girls who won the girls’ home internationals golf
championship for Scotland last year have been selected again for this
year’s three-day event against England, Ireland and Wales at
Southerndown Golf Club, South Wales from August 8 to 10.
Team, captained by former Scottish women’s champion Elaine Moffat (St
Carly Booth (Comrie), Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Krystle Caithness
(St Regulus), Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Roseanne Niven (Crieff),
Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle), Jane Turner (Mortonhall), Sally
Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies).
Reserves: 1 Sammy Vass (Tain), 2 Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth), 3 Rebecca
Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies).
Other teams chosen:
Girls’ British open
championship, Southerndown GC, August 13-17 – Carly
Booth (Comrie), Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
Reserves – 1 Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies), 2 Pamela Pretswell
Ladies’ British open amateur
championship, Conwy Golf Club, August 22-24 – Carly
Booth (Comrie), Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon), Jenna Wilson (Strathaven),
Reserves – 1 Heather MacRae (Dunblane New), 2 Laura Murray (Alford).
SAAB International junior
championship, Royal Golf Club of Belgium, Brussels, August 22-25 –
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar).
Reserves – Sammy Vass (Tain), Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle).
Congratulations Megan on a superb week --- WELL DONE
Thursday 19th July 2007: Megan has a hole in one in her semi final win
to gain a place in the Scottish Under 18 Championships Final
|It's top seed Carly Booth, 15 years old from
Comrie, against 17-year-old Renfrewshire
County Champion Megan Briggs
(Kilmacolm), the No 3 qualifier, in what could be a classic final of
the Scottish girls' championship over Peterhead Golf Club's Craigewan
links tomorrow morning (tee off 9am).
Megan produced a hole in one at the 16th in beating
15-year-old Sammy Vass (Tain), by 2 and 1 in the second semi-final.
(Photo courtesy of Cal Carson Golf Agency --- smiling after her
hole in one)
Carly birdied the 16th and 17th to clinch a 3 and 1 win over
Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) in the first semi final
SCOTTISH UNDER-18 GIRLS' CHAMPIONSHIP --- todays results
Quarter-finals – C Booth (Comrie) bt R Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) 4 and
2, P Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) bt E Muirhead (Pitlochry) 4 and 3, M
Briggs (Kilmacolm) bt K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 1 hole, S Vass (Tain)
bt J Sneddon (Alyth) 4 and 3.
Semi-finals – Booth bt Pretswell 3 and 1, Briggs bt Vass 2 and 1
Thanks go to Gillian Kirkwood for the report and to Colin Farquharson
for the photo
Wednesday 18th July 2007: Megan through to last 8 in the Scottish
Under 18's Championship
|Renfrewshire County Champion Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm)
reached the last 8 of the Scottish Under 18 Championships today with 2
very good wins.
Younger sister Eilidh (Kilmacolm) won her first
round tie and then had to play and lost out to the Lanarkshire
County Champion Pamela Pretswell.
Natasha Qayam (Ranfurly Castle) lost to Midlothians County Team
player Jane Turner.
Here are all the results:
C Booth (Comrie) bt A Mitchell (Hawick) 8 and 7, R Wilson (Monifieth) bt
I Craigie (Torwoodlee) 4 and 3, J Meldrum (Dullatur) bt G Simpson (Murrayfield)
1 hole, R Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) bt R McIntyre (Eden) 6 and
5, L Hunter (Dalmahoy) bt L Meldrum (Dullatur) 8 and 7, E Muirhead (Pitlochry)
bt R McQueen (Troon Bentinck Ladies) 9 and 7, E Briggs (Kilmacolm)
bt J Graham (Southerness) 3 and 1,P Pretswell (Bothwell Castle)
bt M Aird (Strathmore) 8 and 7.
M Briggs (Kilmacolm) bt C Easton (Dalmahoy) 7 and 6, E
MacKay (Nairn Dunbar) bt G Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) 1 hole, S
Leslie (Westhill) bt R Watton (Mortonhall) 2 and 1, K MacDonald (Nairn
Dunbar) bt M Johnstone (Northern) 9 and 7, S Vass (Tain) bt L
McGillivray (Old Meldrum) 7 and 6, L MacCallum (McDonald Ellon) bt G
Scanlan (Hamilton) at 20th, J Sneddon (Alyth) bt A Niven (Crieff) 4 and
2, J Turner (Mortonhall) bt N Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 6
Second round –
Booth bt Wilson 4 and 2, Watson bt J Meldrum 5 and 3, Muirhead bt Hunter
5 and 3, Pretswell bt E Briggs 6 and 5, M
Briggs bt MacKay 4 and 3, MacDonald bt Leslie 6 and 4, S Vass
bt L McCallum 4 and 3, Sneddon bt Turner 4 and 2.
Tuesday 17th July 2007: Scottish Girls Under 18 Girls - Megan, Eilidh,
Natasha and Alyson all star
|Carly Booth, arguably the most exciting teenage
prospect in Scottish amateur golf, shot a memorable nine-under-par round
of 64 on her way to leading the qualifiers by six strokes for the
match-play stages of the Scottish Under-18 girls’ match-play
championship over Peterhead Golf Club’s Craigewan links
Renfrewshire Champion Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) was the 3rd
qualifier with an excellent second round of 71 --- 2 under the CSS
Congratulations also go to Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) and Natasha
Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) who also qualified for the main Championship
and to Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) who qualified for the Ansley
CSS Round 1 - 73, Round 2 - 73
Carly Booth Comrie 64 73 137
Jane Turner Mortonhall 71 72 143
Megan Briggs Kilmacolm 75 71 146
Pamela Pretswell Bothwell Castle 74 74 148
Lindsey Hunter Dalmahoy 78 72 150
Kelsey MacDonald Nairn Dunbar 78 74 152
Sammy Vass Tain 78 74 152
Rebecca Watson Elie & Earlsferry Ladies 71 83 154
Gillian Simpson Murrayfield 83 73 156
Lauren MacCallum McDonald 81 75 156
Samantha Leslie Westhill 79 77 156
Eve Muirhead Pitlochry 80 77 157
Eilidh Briggs Kilmacolm 79 78 157
Other West of Scotland Players (Renfrewshire in bold)
Rachael McQueen Troon Bentinck Ladies 79 85 164
Gillian Scanlan Hamilton 83 84 167
Jill Meldrum Dullatur 81 86 167
Lauren Meldrum Dullatur 88 82 170
Natasha Qayum Ranfurly Castle 87 88 175
Alyson McKechin Elderslie 89 87 176
Hannah Gaunt Troon Bentinck Ladies 100 83 183
Monday 16th July: Draw for August medal
|Eleanor Bremner has completed the draw for the August
Medal to played over Caldwell Golf Club on Monday 6th August . To see
the draw Click Here
Friday 12th July 2007:A link to all the photos from Prestwick St
Nicholas plus a short video of the winning D&A Team at the Inter County
Matches. Eilidh Briggs is the Scottish Under 14's Champion
|Here is a link to SOME PHOTOS and a SHORT
VIDEO from the Inter County Matches at Prestwick St Nicholas
Photos and Short Video
Congratulations go to Eilidh Briggs on winning the Scottish
Under 14's Champioship, the Janice Moodie Trophy and being the
youngest Renfrewshire player to play for the County Team go to the
Junior News Section to read all about it
Wednesday 11th July 2007: Renfrewshire lose to Lanarkshire and D&A are
the champions --- Go to
www.westscotlandladiesgolf.com for photo of the winners and all the
other County Team Photographs
Renfrewshire held Lanarkshire to a draw in this
mornings foursomes with another brilliant win by Megan and Clare-
Marie against Elaine Cuthill and Lanarkshire Champion Pamela
Pretswell. Another half point was gained by Donna and Gillian Kyle
who were 1 down going to the last and managed to win the hole against
Susan Wood and Alyson Hendry. In the afternoon singles Megan Briggs
led the field and won against the Lanarkshire Champion Pamela Pretswell
to achieve an unbeaten record of 6 games played and 6 wins. Gillian
McGinlay won her tie against Elaine Cuthill and young Eilidh
Briggs got a superb halved match against Lesley Lloyd in her first
County singles match,
The players who gained the most points over the three days were Megan
Briggs and Claire-Marie Carlton, both of Renfrewshire. Megan won six
out of six ties, while Claire-Marie had 5pt out of six to her credit.
Three times Scottish champion Anne Laing was D&A’s top performer
with 4 1/2pt out of six, closely followed by Sara Bishop with 4pt
out of five
Congratulations go to Beth and her depleted team who
did exceptionally well with such close results on all three days --- you
must all be proud of your performance
LANARKSHIRE 5, RENFREWSHIRE 4
Foursomes: E Cuthill & P Pretswell lost to M Briggs & C-M Carlton 1
hole; A Hendry & S Wood halved with D Jackson & G Kyle; L Lloyd & M
Hughes bt E Briggs & G McGinlay 2 and 1 (1 ½-1 ½).
Singles: Pretswell lost to M Briggs 2 holes, R Rankin bt Carlton 4 and
3, Wood bt Jackson 3 and 2, A Devine bt Kyle 1 hole, Cuthill lost to
McGinlay 3 and 2, Lloyd halved with E Briggs (3 ½-2 ½).
AYRSHIRE 2, DUNBARTONSHIRE & ARGYLL 7
Foursomes: L Hendry & M MacPherson halved with J Meldrum & A Laing; D
Watt & R Purdom lost to S Cadden & H Faulds 3 and 2; C Malcolm & L
Keohone bt K Walker & G Webster 2 and 1 (1 ½-1 ½).
Singles: Hendry lost to Walker 3 and 2, L Williamson halved with
Webster, Watt lost to J Galbraith 3 and 2, R McQueen lost to Meldrum 1
hole, Keohone lost to Laing 5 and 3, Malcolm lost to S Bishop 5 and 4
HOW THEY FINISHED
1 Dunbartonshire & Argyll (2 ½ pt), 2 Lanarkshire (1 ½ pt), 3
Renfrewshire and Ayrshire (both 1pt).
Tuesday 10th July 2007: Renfrewshire lose out in close match with D&A
|Renfrewshire were pipped today by a very strong
D&A Team . In the morning foursomes the top team of Megan and
Clare- Marie played fantastic golf to beat the formidable pairing of
Anne Laing and Sarah Bishop. Donna and Gillian Kyle also won by a large
margin against Susanne Cadden and Judy Galbraith. Gillian McGinlay
and Julie Wilson had a very tough tie against the partnership of
Gemma Wilson and Kylie Walker
therefore led D&A by 2-1 after the
foursomes and then they took the top two singles through Megan Briggs and
However, with an exceedingly strong last 4 players for D&A ---
namely Sara Bishop, Anne Laing, Gemma Webster and Kylie Walker.
--- It was an uphill struggle. Gillian Mullen(Paisley) who had
replaced Lesley Robertson's late call off due to illness put up a
brave fight but Sara Bishop was too strong for her. Gillian Kyle
played ex Curtis Cup Player Anne Laing and Gillian McGinlay and
Donna had to play their best golf if they were to have a chance
against Gemma Webster at 5 and Kylie Walker at 6.
Gillian McGinlay played so well to take
Gemma to the 18th and a chance to half match.
Donna also did so
well by taking Kylie to the 18th and she said it was all lost on
WE NEARLY DID IT !!! ---- WELL DONE EVERYONE
Ayrshire led Lanarkshire 2-1 after the foursomes and then won the top
two singles through Lesley Hendry and Debbie Watt. Catherine Malcolm got
Ayrshire’s clinching point.
Day 2 results:
LANARKSHIRE 4, AYRSHIRE 5
Foursomes: E Cuthill & P Pretswell lost to L Hendry & M MacPherson 1
hole; S Wood & A Hendry lost to D Watt & R Purdom 4 and 3; M Hughes & L
Lloyd bt C Malcolm & R McQueen 5 and 3 (1-2).
Singles: Pretswell lost to Hendry 2 and 1, Cuthill lost to Watt 4 and 2,
Wood bt Purdom 2 and 1, R Rankin bt MacPherson 1 hole, Hughes lost to
Malcolm 4 and 2, A Devine bt McQueen 2 and 1 (3-3).
DUNBARTONSHIRE & ARGYLL 5, RENFREWSHIRE 4
Foursomes: A Laing & S Bishop lost to M Briggs & C-M Carlton 5 and 4; S
Cadden & J Galbraith lost to D Jackson & G Kyle 6 and 5; K Walker & G
Webster bt G McGinlay & J Wilson 5 and 3 (1-2).
Singles: J Meldrum lost to M Briggs 4 and 2, H Faulds lost to Carlton 4
and 3, Bishop bt G Mullen 7 and 5, Laing bt Kyle 3 and 2, Webster bt
McGinlay 1 hole, Walker bt Jackson 1 hole (4-2).
Here are a few photos taken at today's play --- click on the
photo below and use the back bar on your toolbar to come back to this
Monday 9th July 2007: Inter County Matches Day 1 - Renfrewshire win
|Renfrewshire were the only team to make a winning start
to the West Division women’s inter-county team golf championship at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club today.
Despite one of our main team players Lesley Robertson (Ranfurly
Castle) who has been unwell and had to call off on Saturday,
Renfrewshire were the only team to make a winning start to the West
Division women’s inter-county team golf championship at Prestwick St
Nicholas Golf Club today.
They beat Ayrshire 5-4 after taking the foursomes 2-1. The singles were
Renfrewshire won three of the first four singles to gain a winning lead
through Megan Briggs, Claire-Marie Carlton and Gillian Kyle.
Mullen (Paisley) was called in to replace Lesley and although did
not play today was celebrating her birthday alongside Julie Wilson
(Williamwood) whose birthday was also today ! ---
RENFREWSHIRE 5, AYRSHIRE 4
Foursomes: M Briggs & C-M Carlton bt L Hendry & M MacPherson 2 and 1; E
Briggs & G McGinlay lost to D Watt & R Purdom 3 and 2; D Jackson & G
Kyle bt C Malcolm & R McQueen 5 and 3 (2-1).
Singles: M Briggs bt Hendry 4 and 3, Carlton bt L Williamson 8 and 7,
Jackson lost to Purdom 1 hole, Kyle bt L Keohone 2 and 1, McGinlay lost
to Malcolm 5 and 4, J Wilson lost to Watt 4 and 3 (3-3).
LANARKSHIRE 4 ½, DUNBARTONSHIRE & ARGYLL 4 ½
Foursomes: E Cuthill & P Pretswell bt K Walker & G Webster 2 holes; S
Wood & A Hendry bt S Cadden & J Meldrum 2 and 1; M Hughes & L Lloyd lost
to A Laing & S Bishop 2 holes (2-1).
Singles: Pretswell bt Walker 3 and 2, Wood bt Webster 2 and 1, Cuthill
lost to H Faulds 4 and 3, A Devine halved with J Galbraith, R Rankin
lost to Bishop 3 and 1,
Hendry lost to Laing 5 and 4 (2 ½-3 ½).
Here are some photos from today's play --- click on the photo of
Megan and caddy Gerald Bunting
Sunday 8th July 2007: Clare - Marie is 4th in British University
Carlton finished joint fourth in the British Universities
Strokeplay at Slaley Hall Golf Club, Hexham in Northumbria on Friday
with fellow Scot Emma Fairnie (Edinburgh) on 243.
It was another bad day for good scoring - showers, a strong wind and a
rain-soaked course with absolutely no run on the fairways.
The next time most of these competitors will meet on a golf course will
be the British University Sports Association home internationals in
238 Chloe Rogers (Bucks Chilterns) 83 75 80.
239 Laura Murray (Robert Gordon) 82 76 81, Lucinda Davies (Birmingham)
79 81 79.
243 Claire-Marie Carlton (Stirling) 81 77 85, Emma Fairnie
(Edinburgh) 85 76 82.
247 Louise Coffey (Ulster) 69 78 80.
248 Rachel Cassidy (Stirling) 80 84 84.
252 Nikki Hunter (Northumbria) 86 78 88.
Saturday 7th July 2007 : Survey results from the Online
Competition Entry Form
|36 people responded to the trial On Line Competition
Entry Form. Thanks go to all that had a go. If you click on this
On Line Entry Results and type in the password RLCGA
when asked (If it comes up RED on
the Access to this report is restricted then hit your
Caps Lock key and type the password in again).
The outcome was fairly positive with all agreeing that both on
line and paper entry was needed .
Also when you get into the results you can click on the
header that says Enter the time that you would like and it will
sort the column into time order. You can then print out the list
and you can also import the list into your PC. - so all looks as if it
Thanks again to all those who had a go both members and non members !!
Thursday 5th July 2007: Come and support the County Team in the
Inter County Matches
|The West of Scotland Inter County Matches are next week at Prestwick St. Nicholas Golf Club
Renfrewshire are in the 2nd Flight each day and will tee
off 9.30am – 9.50am in the morning and 2.15pm – 2.50pm in
Please come along to support the team wearing your County colours.
The draw is as follows:
Monday 8th July
Lanarkshire v Dunbartonshire & Argyll
Renfrewshire v Ayrshire
Tuesday 9th July
Lanarkshire v Ayrshire
Dunbartonshire & Argyll v Renfrewshire
Wednesday 11th July
Ayrshire v Dunbartonshire & Argyll
Lanarkshire v Renfrewshire
Wednesday 4th July 2007: Dorothy Yates wins the July Medal at
Whitecraigs, plus why not meet BIBI the parrot and Captain Beth
has lost a sweater
Dorothy Yates, (Cowglen)
-- pictured left -- was the overall winner
of the July County Medal played over Whitecraigs today
with a net score of 72 off a handicap of 8.
Dorothy also had the best
scratch score of the day.
An excellent 80.
The SSS:72, CSS 75. 40 players competed.
To see all the winners go to
Page and for the full list of scores go to
How Did I Do Website
Yesterday I met Morag Turner's Parrot (Kilmacolm) called
Bibi --- She would like to sat Hello to all our RLCGA Members (Sorry
Broadband users only) Thanks go to Morag's
husband Gordon for putting up with me !!
Monday 2nd July 2007: Karyn gives us our Mid Season Golfing Tip
|For the past 6 months Karyn Burns has been giving us a
Monthly Tip. This month she would like to reassess
your game by looking at each part of your game and try to pick out your
weakness'. Have a go and see how you get on. To start today (that is if
it stops raining !!) go to the Golf
Sunday 1st July 2007: Our Glenmuir Rep -- Sarah Kirby is now Sarah
send their congratulations to Sarah Kirby our Glenmuir
Representative who married Tom Eckford (Professional at Ranfurly
They got married yesterday in a boat on Loch Lomond and
the reception was held in Brookfield
We wish them every happiness for the future
Thanks go to Mary Craig for the photograph and to Anne Robinson and
Mary for the few photos below.
Click on the top photo of Sarah and her Dad, then keep clicking on the
stack to work your way thro' all the photos
Click Here to find all the Past