Saturday, 20 July 2019

Scottish Girls Championship Matchplay Results

1st Round 
Katy Alexander (Blairgowrie) beat Ailsa Brannock (Castle Douglas) 4&3
Claire McLaughlin (West Kilbride) beat Carys Irvine (Craigielaw) 5&4
Evanna Hynd (Lundin) lost to Freya Russell (Royal Troon) 4&3
Grace Crawford (Gullane ) lost to  Porscha Wilson (Burtisland) 2 holes
Eilidh Henderson (Loretto School) ) beat Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) 5&4
Carmen Griffiths (Aboyne) beat Sophie Murphy (Clydebank) 5&3
Cameron Neilson (Alvaneu Bad) beat Abercrombie Nisbett (Gullane) 3&1
Rachael Foster (Prestwick St. Nicholas) beat Ellen Canton (St Regulus) at the 19th

Quarter Finals
Alexander beat  McLaughlin 7&5
Russell beat Wilson 1 hole
Henderson beat Griffiths 3&1
Neilson lost to Foster 5&3

Evanna Hynd from Lundon Links is in winning form

From Tracey Hynd - From the Scottish Golf View Website

Evanna has had a brilliant few weeks.  She was leading after the first round at The Scottish Girls with 1 under par, then with a par second round she was tied first along with Katy Alexander, Rachel Foster and Carmen Griffiths.
Also this week, Evanna has won the double at the East of Scotland girls championship.   She won the Stephen Gallagher Trophy last Tuesday for best scratch score and top qualifier, then 3 days ago she played in the Championship match-play final, where she won 3 and 2 against fellow Scottish Academy player Eilidh Henderson.  

In between winning the two trophies, Evanna travelled to Duff House Royal for the Junior Tour last weekend and won the girls section by 1 shot, with Eilidh Henderson and Katie Alexander tied for 2nd place and Anna McKay joint 4th along with Carmen Griffiths.

Friday, 19 July 2019

Kilmacolm Open Day -- Still a few places left

Kilmacolm Open Day is on Thursday 22nd August. The format is a Greensomes Foursomes and costs £20 entry per couple.  

There are a couple of slots between 9am and 10am then a few times in the afternoon after 1.30.


Ranfurly Castle Tri Am Open day Results

Winning Team - Gilly MacRae, Evy MacGregor and Carol Fell

The Ranfurly Castle Ladies Open day Tri-Am was held on Thursday 18th July.  
90 ladies took part in the event and the weather proved better than expected with only a few showers but a very stiff wind.

Two scores from three to count with all three scores at the 18th.

Runners Up: Lilias Lamont, Libby Pow and Alison Templeton

Prize Winners: 

1st: Evy MacGregor (Ranfurly Castle), Carol Fell (Douglas Park) and Gilly MacRae (Troon Ladies) 78 points
2nd: Alison Templeton (Ranfurly Castle), Libby Pow (Ralston) and Lilias Lamont (Old Course Ranfurly) 74 bih
3rd: Gillian McGinlay (Troon Ladies ), Jean Sloan (Troon Ladies) and Rona Lockie (Troon Ladies) 74

Silver longest Drive : Pamela Butter (Paisley). 
Bronze Longest Drive : Alison Templeton (Ranfurly Castle )
Nearest  the pin at 5th : Olive Leitch (Cathcart Castle),
Nearest the pin at the 7th : Pamela Smith (Elie)
Nearest the pin at 14th : Anne McKenzie (Old Course Ranfurly)
Nearest the line : Doreen McConnell (Largs)

Prizes were presented by Lady Captain Jan Macnab.  The raffle raised the wonderful sum of £413.00 which will be donated to Mencap Charity.

Four way tie in Scottish Girls Qualifier

Day One of the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship ended in a four way-tie at the top of the 36-hole strokeplay qualifying in excellent conditions at Blairgowrie’s Rosemount Course.
Blairgowrie’s own Katy Alexander was the first to post a one-under total for her two rounds after a stunning second round of four-under par that will see her enter the matchplay as top seed.
Alexander was soon joined by Aboyne’s Carmen Griffiths who added a second round of one-under after posting level par in the morning.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her round, Griffiths said, “I feel really good actually, I played pretty solid.  I definitely missed a few putts so hopefully those will drop tomorrow.
“I quite enjoy match play because you get to put pressure on your opponents and you get to see how they react to that.”
Griffiths was joined on one-under by Prestwick’s Rachel Foster who will progress to the matchplay stages tomorrow as second seed behind Alexander.
The final player to post a one-under total, Lundin’s Evanna Hynd, did so with a stunning back nine of four-under which included five birdies as she posted a second round of 73, one-under.
Grabbing the last spot in the matchplay stages was Castle Douglas’s Ailsa Brannock who’s excellent second round of level par saw her move up 15 spots into 16th after a morning round of nine-over.
The tournament will now move into the match play stages, with the top-16 scratch scores progressing, and the next 16 best nett scores qualifying for the handicap knockout competition.
Tomorrow will see the last-16 and quarter final ties played before the final rounds take place on Sunday.
View the scores from today’s strokeplay HERE
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View the draw for tomorrow’s matchplay HERE.

Thursday, 18 July 2019

Evanna Hynd wins the East of Scotland Girls Championship

Eilidh and Evanna

The final of this year's East of Scotland Girls' Championship, which was postponed last Tuesday due to heavy rain, was played today at Dunnikier Park Golf Club. 

Congratulations to Evanna Hynd, Lundin Golf Club, who beat Eilidh Henderson, Loretto School, by 4 & 3 and became this year's East of Scotland's Girls' Champion. 

Well done to both girls who played great golf over the three days and contested the final in the best of spirits.

From Maggie  McPherson (East Girls Website) -- Full report -- Click Here

Wednesday, 17 July 2019

Scottish Girls and Boys Amateur Championship begins on Friday

 Blairgowrie Golf Club
Almost 200 young Scots will tee it up in Perthshire this week as the Scottish Boys and Girls Amateur Championships get underway at Blairgowrie.
The Girls’ Amateur Championship will be held on Blairgowrie’s Rosemount course.  The format for this event will be an initial 36 holes of strokeplay qualifying held on Friday 19th July before the top 16 progress to the knockout stages held over the weekend.  The next best 16 nett scores will also qualify for a handicap matchplay flight held over the same days.
The highest ranked player in this week’s Girls’ Amateur will be Aboyne’s Carmen Griffiths who will be looking to win the trophy for the first time.  Griffiths was a member of the Junior Vagliano team in June and will look to take inspiration from her Aboyne clubmate Kimberly Beveridge’s recent triumph in the Scottish Women’s Amateur.
Home hopes will lie with Katy Alexander who recently made it to the last-16 of the Scottish Women’s Amateur at Edzell.
Prestwick St Nicholas’s Rachel Foster will also be hoping for a good week after reaching the quarter final stage of the Women’s Amateur last month.
A full list of tee times for Friday’s strokeplay rounds can be found HERE
Scoring from the Scottish Girls’ Amateur Championship will be available HERE.
To read about the Boys details go to the Scottish Golf Website

Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Scotland Girls play in the first Junior Invitational and win

Scotland Girls from L to R: Porscha Wilson, Rachel Foster, Claire Mclaughlin, 
Ellen Caton, Carys Irvine, Katy Alexander, Megan Ashley, 
Carmen Griffiths, Cameron Neilson and Grace Crawford

Last  week a team of Girls (pictured above) played in their first Junior Invitational against other girls of similar ages from high schools in different states....Tennessee, Florida, and others. 

Scotland were asked to put together 10 Girls to make 2 teams and compete with 1 single match and two 4 ball better ball per team. 

On Day 1 Scotland combined teams won 5.5 out of 6 catapulting both teams into semi finals the following day! 

Again 2 out of 3 points for both teams saw a Scotland 1 v Scotland 2 final which was great. 

The final was played in great spirits and good golf to boot! 
Scotland 1 managed a 3 nil victory over the second team but all matches were close! 

A great few days of making friends from across the water and working together as a squad. 

Wonderful to see girls perform so well and I was most definitely a happy proud Scottish Girls Coach with the performances and attitudes they showed. 

Thanks go to Karyn Dallas (Scottish Girls Coach) for the report and photograph

Sunday, 14 July 2019

Emma Thomson - Burns wins the Elgin Ladies 5 Day Challenge

Emma - Photo courtesy of Karyn Burns

After 2 qualifying rounds Emma Thomson- Burns (Moray) won the 5 day Challenge beating local player Sarah Westwood in the final. 

Laura Murray finishes in 7th place on LET Access

Laura Murray - Photo courtesy of LET access
England’s Rachel Goodall maintained her lead at the Ribiera Sacra Partimonio de la Humanidad International Ladies Open in Spain to claim a two-shot victory over Italy’s Lucrezia Colombotto Rozzo. 

The duo, playing together in the final pairing, both posted –2 rounds of 68 allowing Goodall to hold on for a two-shot win on –11 for the tournament. 

Laura Murray was the top Scot finishing in 7th place on 4 under 

  Scots Scores

206 LAURA MURRAY  72 66 68
215 HANNAH MCCOOK  75 68 72 


Saturday, 13 July 2019

Renfrewshire's Sophie Kyle interviews Justin Thomas

Renfrewshire's Sophie Kyle (daughter of Gillian) who is on the Scottish Golf  Young Person’s Golf Panel spoke to Justin Thomas about his visit to The North Berwick Golf Club ahead of the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open  - Well done Sophie


European Ladies' Team  Sweden have won the 2019 European Ladies' Team Championship at Is Molas Resort.

The Swedish team defeated Spain in the final to secure back-to-back titles. After winning both of the morning foursomes matches, the Swedish team needed just two points from the afternoon singles to lift the trophy for the ninth time. 

In the match for third place, hosts, Italy, defeated Germany to take home the bronze medals. 
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Scotland lost 3-2 to England on the final days play  and finished 6th overall in the European Team Championships. Hazel Macgarvie had a hole in one -- another one just 2 weeks after having an Ace at the the Vagliano Trophy  - Ireland were 7th and Denmark 8th 

Click here for all Fight A, B and C Results

Hazel's Hole in One

Captain Susan Wood said  —

“What a week with this fabulous bunch of young ladies! They played their hearts out for Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 It was tough , we had highs and we had lows and battled some extreme heat!!! 4th in strokeplay qualifying and 6th overall and a wee hole in one today for Big Hazel 🤣🤣...... a wonderful effort!!!” 

Friday, 12 July 2019

Scotland beat Ireland in the European Team Championships

The fourth day of action and the second day of match play has been completed at the European Team Championships across the continent. It is now known who will face-off in saturday's finals. 
Spain and Sweden will both have two chances at securing gold medals on the last day of action: the Swedes have teams in both the men's and ladies' finals, while the Spanish ladies' and girls' teams both made the finals of their events. 
Spain were the first team to qualify for Saturday's final at Is Molas Resort on Friday, upsetting the hosts, and the top-qualifiers, in the semi-finals. The morning session was dominated by the Spaniards, winning both foursomes matches by the 16th hole. 
The Italian team fought back in the afternoon however: Alessia Nobilio, Alessandra Fanali, and Letizia Bagnoli all won their matches by three holes, giving the Italians a 3-2 advantage. But Ana Pelaez maintained a comfortable lead over Clara manzilini for Spain to put a third point on the board, and Elena Hualde closed out her match on the 17th hole to earn the Spaniards a spot in the final.
The Spanish team, searching for their sixth championship title, will face defending champions, Sweden in Saturday's final match.
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Scotland beat Ireland and now play England for a chance of 5th place 
Friday Results: 
Italy 3 Spain 4 
Germany 1 Sweden 6 
Scotland 3.5 Ireland 1.5 
England 3.5 Denmark 1.5

DUFF HOUSE ROYAL – Ladies 5 Day Open Tournament results

Photo L to R Pam McGregor, Deer Park – Airlie Cup
Hazel Ewen, Lady Captain
Helen Downie main sponsor from Downies of Whitehills
Susan Wood, Drumpellier – Doune Cup
Lorraine Friel, Hayston – Harbard Trophy
Laura McLardy, Duff House Royal – Downies of Whitehills Cup

Harbard Trophy High Handicap – Quarter Finals -  L. Lorimer bt M. McCallum 3 -2; L. Friel (Hayston) bt S. Stewart (Musselburgh) 2 up; A. McKay bt. N. Rowand 5 & 3; F. McFarlane (Kirkintilloch) bt I. McAllister 5 & 4.   Semi-Finals – L. Friel bt. L. Lorimer 1 up; A. McKay bt. F. McFarlane 4 & 3.  Final – L. Friel bt. A. McKay 3 & 1.

Airlie Cup Low Handicap – Quarter Finals – K. Elliot (Newbattle) bt. M. Key (Ralston) 2 & 1; C. Derighetti (Lochend) bt. M. Hughes (Cathkin Braes) 3 & 2; P. McGregor (Deer Park) bt. L. Sabin (Bonnybridge) 4 & 2;  S. Thom (Hayston) bt. J. Moriarty (Lochend) at 19th.  Semi-Finals – C. Derighetti bt. K. Elliot 6 & 5; P. McGregor bt. S. Thom.  Final – P. McGregor bt. C. Derighetti 3 & 2.

Doune Cup Scratch – Quarter Finals – S. Wood (Drumpellier) bt. L. Watson (Cambuslang) 4 & 3; L. Anderson bt. R. McConkey (Pitreavie) 6 & 5; F. Wait (Bathgate) bt. S. Robertson (Fraserburgh) 2 up; L. Johnston (Gullane Ladies) bt. S. McGrenaghan (Hayston) 1 hole.  Semi-Finals – S. Wood bt. L. Anderson 2 & 1; F. Wait bt. L. Johnston at 20th.  Final – S. Wood bt. F. Wait 4 & 2.

Margaret M. Milne 
(Administrator Duff House Royal Golf Club)

Thursday, 11 July 2019

European Ladies' Team Championship - Scotland just lose out to Spain

From the European Golf Association

Ireland were the eight-seeds heading into the quarter-finals at Is Molas Resort meaning they faced top-seeds, Italy, in the opening match. The Irish team was also without star player, Julie Mccarthy, who suffered a wrist injury in the second stroke play round. 
After sharing the points in the two morning foursomes matches, Ireland won the first two matches of the afternoon, leaving them just one point away from a spot in the semi-finals. However, the hosting team recovered well to win all of the last three matches. Anna Zanusso secured the winning point for the Italian team with a 3&1 victory over Lauren Walsh.

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The second match of the day also went to the wire. Spain and Scotland both won a point in the morning foursomes. The first four singles matches then all went past the 17th hole. Mria Herraez Galvez defeated Hazel MacGarvie on the 20th hole of the match while Teresa Toscano secured a third point for Spain with a two-hole victory. 
The Scottish players were leading in the final two matches and the overall score was tied with just a few holes to play, but Ana Pelaez managed to secure a deciding fourth point for Spain with a one-hole victory over Penny Brown. Italy and Spain will go head-to-head on Friday in the first semi-final match.

Scotland now play Ireland

Defending champions, Sweden comfortably defeated 10-times champions, England in their quarter-final. After winning the second foursomes match on the 20th hole, the Swedish team never looked back and won three of the singles matches to progress to the semi-finals.

Germany were the last team to make it into the last-four. After sharing the morning foursomes points with Denmark, the German team claimed the first three singles of the afternoon to set up a semi-final match with Sweden.
Thursday's scores and Friday's scheduled matches can be found on the event page here -- click on Flight A

Quarter Final Results - Flight A
Italy 4 Ireland 3 
Spain 4 Scotland 3
Germany 4.5 Denmark 2.5
Sweden 5.5  England 1.5


Megan Briggs - Photo courtesy of Kilmacolm Golf Club

Congratulations go to Megan Briggs who shot a gross 66 (6 under par) on Monday, bettering her own course record at Kilmacolm Golf Club by one shot

Wednesday, 10 July 2019


Scottish Team courtesy of the European Golf Association
Scotland finished in 3rd place after 2 rounds in the European team Championships in Molas Golf Club Italy

Top Scots were Hannah Darling (Broomieknow)  and Hazel MacGarvie (Royal Troon) who both finished on 3 under par for the 2 rounds .

Scotland now play Spain tomorrow in the top flight draw 

Top flight qualifiers

Scottish Scores:
141; Hannah Darling 70,71:Hazel MacGarvie 69, 72  T9
144; Chloe Goadby 69, 75 T26
145; Shannon McWilliam 69, 76 T37
147; Penny Brown 71,76, T51
153; Eilidh Briggs 78, 75 T94


From Captain Susan Wood
So today my kids finished 4th in the strokeplay qualifying in Sardinia at the European Team Championships! We now play Spain in the top flight early doors with foursomes starting at 7.20am!!!! Massive good luck to these amazing talented ladies! Actually love spending time with you all! Play hard and remember to have fun !!! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿V🇪🇸



Tuesday, 9 July 2019


Katie Scott - Photo courtesy of Fiona Armour 
From the LLCGA Website 

The Lanarkshire County July Spoon was played today on a mainly wet day at Strathaven Golf Club 

Katie Scott had the best round of the day having the best scratch and nett scores 

SSS 74 CSS 77 

Division 1 
1 Katie Scott (Strathaven) 76 (4) 72 
2 Elspeth Inch (Strathaven) 93 (17) 76 
3 Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) 84 (5) 79

Scratch Winner:  Katie Scott (Strathaven) ) 76

Division 2 
Christine Main (Hayston) 96 (20) 76 
Fiona McWhirter (Cathcart Castle) 100 (20) 80 
Jean Maddock (Wishaw)103 (21) 82 acb 

Scratch: Christine Main (Hayston) 96

European Ladies' Team Championship - Scotland in second place after Day 1

The Ladies European Team Championships is underway at at Molas Golf Resort in Italy.
The first of two rounds of stroke play qualifying are in the books as teams look to finish in the top-eight positions and qualify for the Flight A match play come Wednesday evening.
The five lowest of each team's six scores on days one and two will count towards the teams' stroke play totals European Ladies' Team Championship
Pia Babnik carded the lowest round of all 420 players competing across Europe today. The Slovenian player, who helped the Continent of Europe to victory in the Junior Vagliano Trophy less than a fortnight ago, made eight birdies in the first round  to card a seven-under-par 65.
Hosts, Italy, are currently the team to catch, returning five scores under-par on day one, of which Anna Zanusso's six-under-par 66 was the lowest. The Italians sit on -17 with a five-shot advantage over Scotland, who also signed five scores under-par to reach -12. 
Scots Scores:
69: Hazel MacGarvie Shannon McWillian, Chloe Goadby (T 13)
70: Hannah Darling (T12) 
71: Penny Brown (T34)
78 Eilidh Briggs (Not counted) T106
Defending champions, Sweden, are in third position on -9. Frida Kinhult, the number-one ranked amateur player in the world, made double-bogey on the second hole, but recovered with five birdies to card a three-under-par 69. 
Germany (-7), Spain (-7), England (-5), Denmark (-4)  and the Czech Republic (-3) make up the rest of the top-eight. Ireland (par), Russia (par), and Switzerland (+1) are close behind and will be hoping to improve their position on day two and qualify for the Flight A match play.
For the full leaderboard, please visit the event page HERE

MyGolfRanking - Week 26 in 2019 -- Gillian Gowers of Loudoun Gowf is in the lead SCOTLAND LADIES GOLFER of Week 19/26 is GILLIAN GOWERS of Loudoun Gowf Ladies who rises to NUMBER ONE on Scotland Ladies MGRanking and into the TOP 100 of the Overall MGRanking at No 54. SCOTLAND 

LADIES CLUB of the Week is TORWOODLEE LADIES – back at NUMBER ONE on Scotland Ladies Club MGRanking.


Julie Wilson takes top spot at Williamwood and Sandra Littlejohn has a Hole in One

Jule Wilson (Williamwood)

40 players played in Renfrewshire Ladies' County Golf Association July Medal over Williamwood Golf Course yesterday.

Home player Julie Wilson took the top spot with a 2 over CSS score of 75 with a better inward half from Gillian Kyle (East Renfrewshire).

Left to Right - CarolFell, Anne Judge and Marion Munro

In the handicap Section (Scratch - 12)  Anne Judge (Ranfurly Castle) was the winner of Division 1 by virtue of the better inward half from Carol Fell (Douglas Park) and overall winner of the medal with a nett 71

Marion Munro (Ranfurly Castle) took the top spot in Division 2 (Handicap 13+)

Sandra Littlejohn - Hole in One at the 2nd
Highlight of the day was Vice Captain Sandra Littlejohn's Hole in One at the 2nd hole and now wins a HowDidIDo Boss Watch 

SSS 72, CSS 73
Scratch :
Julie Wilson (Williamwood) 75

H'Cap 0 - 12
1st: Anne Judge (Ranfurly Castle) 82 (11) 71 bih
2nd: Carol Fell (Douglas Park) 83 (12) 71 bih

3rd: Julie Wilson (Williamwood) 75 (4) 71

H'Cap 13+
1st: Marion Munro (Ranfurly Castle) 85 (13) 72
2nd: Julie Scott (Troon Welbeck) 86 (13) 73
3rd: Maureen Taggart (Old Ranfurly) 93 (18) 75

Click here for all the results



Stirling Seniors Open Day



The vision to unify the six different handicap systems in use around the world into a single World Handicap System required the commitment of, and collaboration between, many organizations.
All of the above organizations have provided their support to this important initiative and played their part in establishing the key principles, which shaped the proposals and drove forward the initiative to the point where a new World Handicap System can be introduced to the golfing world in 2020.

Sunday, 7 July 2019

Carol Whyte wins the St Regulus Jubilee Trophy

Carol Whyte
Carol Whyte (Milngavie) won  the  St Andrews Ladies Jubilee Open yesterday - Saturday 6th July 2019. Her winning Score was 39 points -- Hopefully when I get all the results more will be announced 

- If you are on HowDidIDo -- Look up St. Regulus and the scores are all there.

SSS 75, CSS 75, Par 74  -- Well done Carol

Carnoustie Golf Links to Host New Elite Female Tournament

Leading Scottish female amateurs and select professionals are to tee it up at Carnoustie in a new 36-hole event.
30 of the country’s best female golfers will compete in the inaugural ‘The Carnoustie Autumn Test’, which is being staged on the Buddon Links Course in October.
The event will be an Order of Merit event counting for the 2019 Scottish Women’s Order of Merit and will be the last event on the calendar.
Players will play two rounds over the newest of the three 18-hole courses at Carnoustie on 6th October, with official practice days on 4th and 5th October.
Prizes will be awarded to the leading five players and the leading under 18 player.
Players have until Sunday 1st September to enter the ballot for the event.

Read all about it  —- CLICK HERE

Friday, 5 July 2019

Freya Russell wins the Byrne Howard Junior Open,

The prize winners from this year's Byrne Howard Junior Open, played over the Portland Course on Sunday 30 June 2019:

Girls Scratch (Byrne Howard Trophy for Girls)
Winner: Freya Russell (Royal Troon G C) Gross 74
Runner-Up: Elin Wahlgizen ( Barsebäck Golf & Country Club) Gross 76

Girls Handicap
WinnerLouise Milligan (Irvine G C)  Nett 72
Runner-Up: Luisa Gibson (Irvine G C) Nett 73

Thursday, 4 July 2019


The SVLGA and Captain Ellie Whyte are pleased to announce the team to represent the Scottish Veteran Ladies Golfing Association in the annual Jamboree against North, Midlands and South of England at Northhamptonshire County Golf Club, on Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th, and Thursday 8th August 2019.

Alison Davidson MIDLAND
Donna Jackson WEST
Gillian Kyle WEST
Lesley Lloyd WEST
Frances Millar NORTHERN
Elaine Moffat MIDLAND
Liz Stewart WEST
Sheena Wood NORTHERN

Reserves: Aileen Baker MIDLAND
Caroline Steedman EAST

Hole in One Club -- Listen to Scots -- Karen and Linda

Why not join the HOLE IN ONE CLUB and have a chance to go to Sawgrass 

Listen to what Karen Marshall (Baberton) and Linda Dyball (Dunfermline) had to say. 
They represented Scotland in the Hole In One Club Grand Finals at TPC Sawgrass home of the Players Championship in May of this year - May Report

Wednesday, 3 July 2019


Captain Lorna Bennet, Vice-Captain Elsie Hutcheon,
Ladybank Ladies Captain and the team (Courtesy of the Fife Website)
The 3rd and final day at Ladybank for the East Division Inter-County Jamboree, took place today.
Fife were crowned East Division Champions with a 6 1/2 - 2 1/2 win over Stirling & Clackmannan today, with East Lothian beating Midlothian 5-4.

Go to the Fife Website for the full results and totals

Fife now go to play in the Scottish Finals at Peebles Golf Club from 30th august - 1st September