Friday, 30 July 2010
1st: 84-14=70 Gillian Hendry
2nd: 91-20=71 Ginette Evans
3rd: 87-15=72 Anne Paton
1st: 107-35=72 Norma Vallance
2nd: 94-22=72 Maureen Rennie
3rd: 95-23=72 Janice Palmer
Scratch: Helen Faulds 79
Thursday, 29 July 2010
Despite a very strong north wind at West Kilbride today, the girls still managed to produce excellent scores and a high percentage of magic two's were recorded.
Local girl Linzi Allan, who has completed her 1st year on a golf scholarship at university in Kansas, had the best scratch, a 78 (SS 73) and won the Nancy Chisholm Trophy. The leading nett prize and winner of the Kandy Bar Cup went to Samantha Cowan (Cochrane Castle) who had a splendid 68 playing off 15. In the Pre-handicap competition, 10 year old Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) was the best overall and won the June Kerr Cup. Louise only started playing golf this year and already is showing lots of promise.
Local girls and visitors alike were a delight to have and we look forward to them returning next year.
West Kilbride Girls’ Open - 29th July 2010
Results:- SSS 73 CSS 73
1st Linzi Allan (West Kilbride) 78 Winner of the Nancy Chisholm Trophy
2nd Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) 82
3rd Samantha Cowan (Cochrane Castle) 83
Division 1 (Handicaps 0-14)
1st Linzi Allan (West Kilbride) 78 (6) 72
2nd Katie McGarva (Troon Ladies) 86 (10) 76
3rd Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) 82 (5) 77
Division 2 (Handicaps 15-36)
1st Samantha Cowan (Cochrane Castle)83 (15) 68 Winner of the Kandy Bar Cup
2nd Hazel McGarvie (Troon Ladies) 91 (18) 73 bih
3rd Beth Donoghue (Brucefields) 96 (23) 73
Nearest the Pin at the 4th Samantha Cowan
9th Rachel McClelland (Balmore)
12th Linzi Allan
16th Samantha Cowan
PRE-HANDICAP GIRLS (9 holes from forward junior tees)
10-11 year olds
1st: Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) 50 Winner of the June Kerr Cup
2nd: Iona Duff (Hilton Park) 72
3rd: Katie Parker (West Kilbride) 74
12 years and above
1st: Nicola Turner (West Kilbride) 52
2nd: Helen Montgomery (West Kilbride) 54
Nearest the Pin at the 4th: Nicola Turner
Wednesday, 28 July 2010
This is an 18 hole stroke play foursomes event, which is open to teams of two who are members of the same Club or Section Affiliated to the Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association. Entry forms for this event have been sent to your club secretary so please remind your club Secretary or Captain to put in an entry or entries for your club. Note that clubs may enter more than one team for this event.
The semi-finals and final of the Scottish Ladies' Match Play Foursomes which has been running throughout the year will also be played at Douglas Park on 29 August. After some very tight fourth round matches, the quarter final draw for this competition is as follows:
Home team Away team
Murrayfield v Linlithgow
Saline v Tillicoultry
Cruden Bay v Carnoustie Caledonia
Ayr Dalmilling v Williamwood
You can see their first-round results by logging on to http://www.scottishgolfview.com/
1st Silver: Megan Duff 74 (20)
2nd Silver: Connie Jaffrey 75 (5)
1st Bronze: Heather McKimmie 68 (29)
2nd Bronze: Heather Neilson 71 (22)
Best Scratch: Connie Jaffrey 80
Monday, 26 July 2010
Tracy McPherson 75 - 6 = 69
Emma Caddow 76- 5 = 71 after count back
Eva O'Connor 82 - 11 = 71 acb
Marion Craig 88 -17 = 71 acb
Alison Reid 107 - 33 =74 acb
Emily Glencorse 101 - 27= 74 acb
Linda McLanachan 99- 22= 77
Lowest gross: Linda McLanachan 99
Scratch: Lesley Lloyd 74
Winner of Nancy's Cup (lowest net score by a Junior): Emma Caddow 71
Sunday, 25 July 2010
The Loretto School, Musselburgh pupil, who hails from Hawick, won the Mackie Bowl 36-hole SLGA Order of Merit event over her home course with very good rounds of 71 and 69 – the par is 74 – for an eight-under total of 140.
Because the eighth hole on the No 1 course has been remodelled and lengthened, Lesley's 69 will be recognised as a new women's course record.
Atkins, had four shots to spare at the finish from the Majorca-based Scot,(past Ranfurly Castle Member) Lauren Mackin. Lauren had rounds of 74 and 70.
Par 148 (2x74) SSS 75. CSS 75 75
140 Lesley Atkins (Gullane) 71 69.
144 Lauren Mackin (Majorca) 74 70.
148 Roseanne Niven (Crieff) 75 73.
149 Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) 71 78.
152 Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) 81 71.
153 Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) 72 81.
Other West of Scotland Players:
164 Jennifer Linklater (Largs) 82 82.
167 Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 82 85.
Prizes in addition to the best four scratch aggregate:
BEST FIRST ROUND - Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) 72; Louise MacGregor (Falkirk) 76 (better inward half than Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) who also had a 76).
BEST SECOND ROUND - Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) 71; Tara MacTaggart (Minto) 76.
BEST NET AGGREGATE - Louise McGillivray (Banchory) (6) 150
Saturday, 24 July 2010
She had rounds of 70, 72, 71 and 72 for a three under par total of 285 – five shots behind the German winner, Sophia Popov who had scores of 69, 69, 69 and 73.
To read all the results go to the Gillian Kirkwood Website
1st 87-15=72 Anne Paton
2nd 87-15=72 Gillian Hendry
3rd 90-18=72 Janice McIlwraith
1st 87-25=62 Norma Gray
2nd 102-27=75 Yvonne Currie
3rd 111-36=75 Elaine McEwen
Carol Fell 83 (bih)
Captain - Karen Marshall
Manager - Judith Anderson
Lesley Atkins (Gullane Ladies)
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm)
Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw)
Hannah McCook (Abernethy)
Alyson McKechin (Elderslie)
Ailsa Summers (Carnoustie Ladies)
Rachael Taylor (Hartl Golf Resort)
Rachael Watton (Mortonhall)
1. Gemma Dryburgh (IMG Academies)
2. Rachel Polson (Peterculter)
3. Alison Goodwin (Glenbervie)
4. Rebecca McGeehan (Hummelbachaue)
The team to represent Scotland in the European Senior Ladies' Team Championships at Sporting Club Berlin, Germany from 1 - 4 September is:
Captain - Pamela Williamson
Heather Anderson (Alyth)
Lorna Bennett (Ladybank)
Fiona de Vries (St Rule)
Anne Ryan (Tain)
Mary Smith (Tain)
Moira Thomson (Gullane Ladies)
Noreen Fenton (Dunbar)
Fiona Hunter (Baberton)
Friday, 23 July 2010
Stirling University student Kelsey MacDonald (pictured above with all the winners) finished top of the class for the third year in a row in the Scottish Under-21 girls open amateur stroke-play golf championship at Dunfermline Golf Club today.
The 19-year-old Scottish women’s champion from the Nairn Dunbar club signed off in champion style with a two-under-par 70, the joint lowest round of the tournament, for a one-over-par total of 217.
That gave her a four-stroke winning margin from last year’s Scottish Women’s Champion, Renfrewshire's Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) (72-271) with Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) giving her best performance in a national tournament to finish third on 272, also closing with a 72.
Megan had a little bit of everything in her round today - an eagle 3 at the long 15th, birdies at the long seventh, 11th, long 17th and long 18th and then, on the downside, a double bogey 5 at the short 16th and other bogeys at the fourth, eighth, 10th and 14th in halves of 36. She fought well to try an recover from her one bad hole in the 1st round of the tournament when she had a 5 over par 9 at the 6th.
Eilidh Briggs, the 2010 Renfrewshire champion, finished fourth with a 77 for 225 and won the Menzies Cup for the best performance over the three rounds by an Under-18 year old.
Well done to Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) who finished well to be up in the top 10 of the tournament
West of Scotland's Rachael Taylor, Jill Meldrum (Dullater) and Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) all finished well.
Par 216 (3x72). CSS 74 74
217 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 72 75 70.
221 Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) 77 72 72.
222 Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) 78 72 72.
225 Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) 76 72 77.
226 Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) 82 71 73.
227 Charlotte Austwick (Pike Hills) 79 78 70.
230 Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) 80 74 76.
Other West Of Scotland Players
231 Rachael Taylor (Hartl Golf Resort, Germany) 79 76 76,
236 Jill Meldrum (Dullatur) 76 81 79.
237 Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 78 84 75,
241 Gillian Scanlan (Hamilton) 77 82 82
242 Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) 82 81 79,
245 Nicola Ferguson (Clober) 79 87 79.
247 Rachael McQueen (Troon Ladies) 85 80 82.
248 Linsey Stevenson (Elie and Earlsferry) 85 82 81, Linzi Allan (West Kilbride)
83 83 82
254 Mhairi McKay (West Kilbride) 88 80 86.
255 Jorden Ferrie (Kirkintilloch) 89 85 81,
265 Gillian Arnott (Kilbirnie Place) 85 92 88.
266 Kirstin Scott (Milngavie) 94 88 84.
302 Alexandra Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 100 101 101.
To read the full list of results go to the Gillian Kirkwood Website
Thursday, 22 July 2010
The Scottish Curtis Cup player has scored 70 and 72 for 142 to be six shots behind the two-stroke leader, Spain's Marta Silva with scores of 67 and 69 for 136.
HOW THEY STAND
Par 144 (2x72)
136 Marta Silva (Spain) 67 69.
138 Sara Schoberg (Switzerland) 70 68, Sophie Popov (Germany) 69 69.
139 Sara Monberg (Denmark) 72 67, Julia Neumann (Germany) 71 68.
140 Hannah Burke (England) 72 68
141 Mireia Prat (Spain) 72 69, Valerie Sternebeck (Germany) 70 71
142 Pamela Pretswell (Scotland) 70 72,
147 Louise Kenney (Scotland) 73 74 (jt 43rd).
162 Laura Murray (Scotland) 78 84 (jt 136th).
With Jane Turner (Craigielaw), a shot behind after one round, falling away to a second-round 85, it looks as if only the Briggs sisters from Kilmacolm , Megan and Eilidh, lying a close second and third overnight, are the only ones who can stop the 19-year-old Scottish women’s champion completing a hat-trick of Under-21 titles.
Kelsey added a 75 to her opening par round of 72 and she would be the first to admit this was not one of her best efforts. She had no birdies and dropped shots at the short fifth, the 10th and long 18th.
Eilidh, the younger of the Briggs girls and the Renfrewshire county champion, took over second place with a 72 to be one shot off the pace on 148. Eilidh birdied the long third and the six but dropped shots at the fourth and 14th in halves of 34 and 36.
Megan, Scottish Women’s Champion in 2009, also had a 72. After her disatrous 9 at the 6th yesterday she had an outward half of two-under-par, with birdies at two long holes, the third and seventh. Unfortunately 2 bogeys in the 2nd 9 spoilt the charge !
Good luck to all the West of Scotland Players tomorrow
Par 144 (2x72)
147 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 72 75.
148 Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) 76 72.
149 Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) 77 72.
150 Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) 78 72.
151 Hannah McCook (Abernethy) 78 73.
152 Ailsa Bain (Peebles) 76 76.
153 Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) 82 71, Lucie Walker (Ormskirk) 75 78.
154 Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) 80 74, Rebecca Wilson (Grange) 76 78.
155 Rachael Taylor (Hartl GR, Germany) 79 76, Rachael Goodall (Heswall) 79 76, Nicola Rawlinson (Royal Birkdale) 78 77.
Other West of Scotland Players:
157 Jill Meldrum (Dullatur) 76 81.
159 Gillian Scanlan (Hamilton) 77 82
162 Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 78 84.
163 Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) 82 81
165 Rachael McQueen (Troon Ladies) 85 80.
166 Linzi Allan (West Kilbride) 83 83, Nicola Ferguson (Clober) 79 87.
167 Linsey Stevenson (Elie and Earlsferry) 85 82
168 Mhairi McKay (West Kilbride) 88 80
174 Jorden Ferrie (Kirkintilloch) 89 85.
201 Alexandra Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 100 101.
The format for the championship is 54-holes strokeplay - one round each day - and there is no cut
Click on the following link for LIVE SCORING
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
Pamela from Bothwell Castle, had a two-under-par round of 70 to be three shots behind joint leaders Marta Silva (Spain) and Giulia Molinaro (Italy).
Louise Kenney from Pitreavie, Dunfermline is lying joint 34th on 73 while Alford's Laura Murray's 78 has her back in a share of 105th place.
FIRST ROUND LEADERS
67 Marta Silva (Spa), Giulia Molinaro (Ita).
69 Lisa Maguire (Ire), Marieke Nivard (Net), Sophia Popov (Ger).
70 Pamela Pretswell (Sco), Camilla Hedberg (Spa), Lara Katzy (Ger), Valerie Sternebeck (Ger), Sara Schober (Swi), Rachael Raastad (Nor), Myrte Eikenaar (Net).
71 Amy Boulden (Wal) (jt 13th).
72 Hannah Burke (Eng) (jt 25th).
73 Hannah Barwood (Eng), Louise Kenney (Sco), Mary Dowling (Ire) (jt 34th).
74 Rachel Jennings (Eng) (jt 49th).
75 Leona Maguire (Ire), Hayley Davis (Eng), Charlotte Ellis (Eng) (jt 64th).
76 Becky Harries (Wal) (jt 80th).
77 Gemma Bradbury (Wal), Tara Davies (Wal), Victoria Bradshaw (Ire) (jt 89th).
78 Laura Murray (Sco) (jt 105th).
81 Charlene Reid (Ire) (jt 129th).
Field of 144 players.
The format for the championship is 54-holes strokeplay - one round each day - and there is no cut
FIRST ROUND SCORES
72 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar).
73 Jane Turner (Craigielaw).
74 Emma Clegg (Clitheroe).
75 Lucie Walker (Ormskirk).
76 Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth), Ailsa Bain (Peebles), Lesley Atkins (Gullane), Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm), Jill Meldrum (Dullatur), Rebecca Wilson (Grange).
77 Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Gillian Scanlan (Hamilton).
78 Hannah McCook (Abernethy), Sophie Alexander (Deeside), Nicola Rawlinson (Royal Birkdale), Samantha Munro (Aberdour), Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle), Samantha Leslie (Westhill), Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey), Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe).
79 Lauren Whyte (St Regulus), Charlotte Austwick (Pike Hills), Nicola Ferguson (Clober), Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw), Louise MacGregor (Falkirk), Clara Young (North Berwick), Alice Boothroyd (Rudding Park), Rachael Goodall (Heswall), Rachael Taylor (Hartl Golf Resort),
80 Jordana Graham (Southerness), Alyson McKechin (Elderslie), Amelia Taylor (St Annes Old Links), Tegan Seivwright (Deeside), Tara MacTaggart (Minto).
81 Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus), Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe).
82 Keren Ward (Glen), Ashley Smith (Monifieth), Rachael Watton (Mortonhall), Rachel Polson (Peterculter), Eilidh Mackay (Nairn Dunbar). Emily Aird (Blairgowrie), Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies), Shannon McGuire (Canmore).
83 Linzi Allan (West Kilbride), Katie Reid (Monifieth).
84 Heather Munro (Monifieth), Sammy Vass (Tain), Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry).
85 Gillian Arnott (Kilbirnie Place), Rachael McQueen (Troon Ladies), Jenna Birch (Royal Lytham), Linsey Stevenson (Elie and Earlsferry).
86 Rachel Walker (Dumfries and Co), Megan Clyne (Deeside), Nicola Taylor (Walton Heath), Nicola Taylor (Dunnikier Park), Alison Goodwin (Glenbervie).
87 Eilidh Watson (Muckhart), Ashley Ann Alston (Royal Montrose), Hannah Robb (Strathmore), Gail Wilson (Grange).
88 Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne), Mhairi McKay (West Kilbride), Louise McGillivray (Banchory), Eleanor Tunn (Reay).
89 Jorden Ferrie (Kirkintilloch), Alexis Hutton (Falkirk Tryst), Klly McNulty (Whitley Bay).
92 Annabel Niven (Crieff), Gillian Simpson (Murrayfield), Julie Vass (Tain).
93 Nicola Robertson (Dunblane New).
94 Jemma Chalmers (Monifieth), Kirstin Scott (Milngavie), Megan Brown (Dunfermline).
98 Catherine Small (Craigielaw).
100 Alexandra Qayum (Ranfurly Castle).
Disqualified: Rebecca McGeehan (West Rhine).
No Return: Lesley Cosh (Cowglen).
To read the full report go to the West Vets Website
148 ladies took part in the Peugeot Coronation Foursomes West Area Final on the 20th July 2010. The weather held up for an enjoyable day of golf with Sheila Biggart & Jan McNab of Ranfurly Castle victorious with 37 points. Runners up were Pat Duffy & Liz Keohone of Loudoun with 36 points. Third place were Mairead Smith Hume & Josephine Binnie from Stirling with 35 points. The winners go through to represent the West at the Finals which will take place at St Andrews in September. Pictured above from left to right are Stirling, Ranfurly Castle, Nancy Chisolm (LGU), Gale Macpherson (Area Manager), Loudoun Gowf.
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
Leading Scores: SSS 71 CSS 71,70
Susan Wood 145 (70,75)
Lesley Lloyd 147 (75,72)
Janice Paterson 152 (76,76)
Monday, 19 July 2010
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Sunday, 18 July 2010
Saturday, 17 July 2010
Friday, 16 July 2010
McIntosh toppled the No 1 seed and hot favourite Rachael Watton (Craigielaw) by 3 and 1 in the quarter-finals and then, with the wind increasing in intensity, Kate KO’d the No 4 seed, Gemma Dryburgh from Aberdeen via Florida, where she is a student at the IMG David Leadbetter Golf Academy.
Gemma could not manage a single par on the outward half in the so difficult conditions for the semi-finals and McIntosh was five up at the turn. She went on to win 6 and 5.
Lesley Atkins, a pupil a Loretto School, Musselburgh and originally a member of Minto Golf Club when she was the youngest-ever Borders women's county champion, upset the form book in the morning with a 5 and 3 win over the No 2 seed and Renfrewshire women’s county champion Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm).
In the afternoon, Atkins was roughly seven over par for the outward half into the gale but had a lead of two holes over the No 3 seed, Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw). MacDonald rallied in the closing stages from three to one down by winning the 15th and 16th but she four-putted to lose the 17th and the match 2 and 1.
All four semi-finalists are young enough to compete again in next year’s championship which is unusual – McIntosh is 16, Atkins 15, MacDonald 17 and Dryburgh 17.
The Ansley Reid Salver second-tier match-play competition - Kate McIntosh won it last year, incidentally - was won this year by Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus), the East of Scotland girls champion who was expected to qualify for the main event but didn’t. She beat Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe) 3 and 2 in the final.
Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) bt Gemma Dryburgh (IMG Academies) 6 and 5.
Lesley Atkins (Gullane) bt Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) 2 and 1.
ANSLEY REID SALVER
Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus) bt Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe) 3 and 2.
Thanks go to Colin Farquharson for the report and results
Thursday, 15 July 2010
SCRATCH: Audrey Thompson Loudoun 81
1ST NET: Liz Keohone Loudoun 73(6)67
2ND NET: Maggie Magee Kilmarnock (Barassie) 92(21)71 BIH
3RD NET: Julie Mackie The Ladies Golf Club 89(18)71
West of Scotland's Eilidh Briggs reaches the quarter Finals of the Scottish Under 18's Championshoips
Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) was four up after 13 holes in the second round tie against Renfrewshire's Alyson McKechin (Elderslie). Alyson fought back to square the match but Kate regrouped to win at the 19th.
Loretto School pupil Lesley Atkins (Gullane) plays Renfrewshire Women's County champion Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) in the last of the four morning ties.
Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) beat Jessica Meek (Carnoustie Ladies) 2 and 1.
Paige Kemp (Boyce Hill) beat Lauren Whyte (St Regulus) 3 and 1.
Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) beat Eilidh Watson (Muckhart) 2 holes.
Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) beat Megan Clyne (Deeside) 3 and 2.
Alison Goodwin (Glenbervie) beat Gillian Scanlan (Hamilton) 2 and 1.
Rachel Polson (Peterculter) beat Linsey Stevenson (Elie and Earlsferry) 4 and 3.
Keren Ward (Glen) beat Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 5 and 3.
Gemma Dryburgh (IMG Academies) beat Lesley Cosh (Cowglen) 3 and 2.
Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) beat Samanatha Munro (Aberdour) 3 and 1.
Katie Reid (Monifieth) beat Alexis Hutton (Falkirk Tryst) 2 and 1.
Jennifer Hide (Royal Norwich) beat Clara Young (North Berwick) 3 and 2.
Hannah McCook (Abernethy) beat Jemma Chalmers (Monifieth) 6 and 5.
Lesley Atkins (Gullane) beat Gilliian Simpson (Murrayfield) 3 and 2.
Rachael Taylor (Hartl GR, Germany) beat Mhairi McKay (West Kilbride) 8 and 7.
Jill Meldrum (Dullatur) beat Catherine Scott (Craigielaw) 6 and 5.
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) beat Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) 8 and 7.
Watton beat Kemp 2 and 1.
McIntosh beat McKechin at 19th
Polson beat Goodwin 5 and 4.
Dryburgh beat Ward 4 and 3.
MacDonald beat Reid 4 and 3.
McCook beat Hide 5 and 3.
Atkins beat Taylor 2 holes.
Briggs beat Meldrum 1 hole.
ANSLEY REID SALVER
Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) beat Lauren Duncan (Aboyne) 7 and 6.
Nicola Taylor (Dunnikier Park) beat Rosie Everett (Craigielaw) 7 and 5.
Hannah Scott (Broomieknowe) beat Tara MacTaggart (Minto) 3 and 1.
Kirsten MacCallum (Newburgh) beat Jorden Ferrie (Kirkintilloch) 4 and 3.
Katie McCracken (Powfoot) beat Hannah Robb (Strathmore) 3 and 2.
Heather Munro (Monifieth) beat Gillian Arnott (Kilbirnie Place) 4 and 3.
Katie McGarva (Troon Ladies) beat Eleanor Tunn (Reay) 1 hole.
Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus) beat Louise McGillivray (Banchory) 1 hole.
Taylor beat Jaffrey 2 holes.
Scott beat MacCallum 6 and 4.
McCracken beat Munro at 25th.
Hanlon beat McGarva at 20th.
Wednesday, 14 July 2010
Rounds of 73 and 71 over the par-73 course gave the in-form Rachael, pictured by Cal Carson Golf Agency, a splendid 36-hole aggregate of two-under-par 144.
No 2 seed is Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) with scores of 79 and 76.
CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH-PLAY QUALIFIERS
Par 146 (2x73). CSS 75 76
Scores are from the SLGA website and the first figure listed is the player's handicap (0 = scratch).
Rachael Watton Mortonhall 73 71 144
Eilidh Briggs Kilmacolm 79 76 155
Gabrielle MacDonald Craigielaw 79 77 156
Gemma Dryburgh IMG Academies 79 77 156
Gillian Scanlan Hamilton 76 80 156
Hannah McCook Abernethy 78 79 157
Lesley Atkins Gullane 77 81 158
Megan Clyne Deeside 81 78 159
Alyson McKechin Elderslie 81 79 160
Rachael Taylor Hartl Golf Resort 80 81 161
Jennifer Hide Royal Norwich 78 83 161
Linsey Stevenson Elie & Earlsferry 81 82 163
Keren Ward Glen 85 79 164
Alexis Hutton Falkirk Tryst 83 82 165
Jill Meldrum Dullatur 81 84 165
Paige Kemp Boyce Hill 84 82 166
Lauren Whyte St Regulus 81 85 166
Catherine Small Craigielaw 84 83 167
Katie Reid Monifieth 83 84 167
Natasha Qayum Ranfurly Castle 82 85 167
Rachel Polson Peterculter 83 85 168
Clara Young North Berwick 78 90 168
Mhairi McKay West Kilbride 82 87 169
Eilidh Watson Muckhart 83 88 171
Kate McIntosh Broomieknowe 85 87 172
Gillian Simpson Murrayfield 85 87 172
Jemma Chalmers Monifieth 90 83 173
Alison Goodwin Glenbervie 86 87 173
Lesley Cosh Cowglen 86 87 173
Samantha Munro Aberdour 88 87 175
Kimberley Beveridge Aboyne 90 86 176
Jessica Meek Carnoustie Ladies 86 91 177
MISSED THE CUT FOR CHAMPIONSHIP
Connie Jaffrey Troon Ladies 91 87 178
Rachel Hanlon St Regulus 88 90 178
Katie McCracken Powfoot 89 90 179
Jorden Ferrie Kirkintilloch 88 91 179
Hannah Scott Broomieknowe 87 92 179
Gillian Arnott Kilbirnie Place 91 89 180
Katie McGarva The Ladies Club, Troon 88 92 180
Rosie Everett Craigielaw 85 95 180
Nicola Taylor Dunnikier Park 88 93 181
Eleanor Tunn Reay 87 95 182
Heather Munro Monifieth 87 96 183
Tara MacTaggart Minto 92 92 184
Kirsten MacCallum Newburgh-on-Ythan 89 95 184
Hannah Robb Strathmore 88 97 185
Louise McGillivray Banchory 91 98 189
Lauren Duncan Aboyne 99 91 190
Kirstin Scott Milngavie 96 95 191
Tegan Seivwright Deeside 97 98 195
Danielle Ker Kelso 92 104 196
Olivia Borwick Ellon 102 100 202
Aileen Campbell Cardross 101 101 202
Shannen McGuire Canmore 110 93 203
Alexandra Qayum Ranfurly Castle 97 106 203
Shannon McWilliam Aboyne 98 109 207
Leanne Wilson Kelso 105 116 221
Catherine Goodwin Glenbervie 111 111 222
Laura Mathewson Kelso 115 112 227
Rachael Watton v Jessica Meek
Lauren Whyte v Paige Kemp
Alyson McKechin v Eilidh Watson
Kate McIntosh v Megan Clyne
Gillian Scanlan v Alison Goodwin
Rachel Polson v Linsey Stevenson
Keren Ward v Natasha Qayum
Lesley Cosh v Gemma Dryburgh
Gabrielle MacDnald v Samantha Munro
Katie Reid v Alexis Hutton
Jennifer Hide v Clara Young
Jemma Chalmers v Hannah McCook
Lesley Atkins v Gillian Simpson
Mhairi McKay v Rachael Taylor
Jill Meldrum v Catherine Small
Kimberley Beveridge v Elidh Briggs.
ANSLEY REID SALVER
Connie Jaffrey v Lauren Duncan
Nicola Taylor v Rosie Everett
Hannah Scott v Tara MacTaggart
Kirsten MacCallum v Jorden Ferrie
Katie McCracken v Hannah Robb
Heather Munro v Gillian Arnott
Katie McGarva v Eleanor Tunn
Louise McGillivray v Rachel Hanlon
Thanks go to Colin Farquharson for all the results and report
Saturday, 10 July 2010
A McKechin and R Taylor halved with K Jansen and K B akker.
R Watton beat A Van Dam 4 and 2.
E Briggs beat I D Nieuwenhuis 3 and 2.
To read the full report go tro the Gillian Kirkwood Website
There were 160 players playing and 96 players balloted out.
Congratulations to Haggs Castle Centenary Captain Jennifer Mack for organizing this great event and all the helpers -- We did enjoy the day
Spain, conquerors of the Scots in Friday's semi-finals won the gold, beating Sweden 4-3 in the championship final.
Scotland took a 3-0 grip on the match against the Germans by winning the two foursomes - Pamela Pretswell and Laura Murray, and Kelsey MacDonald and Louise Kenney, then taking the top singles with a 20th hole great win by Kelsey over Valerie Sternebeck.
Pretswell and Murray lost their singles 3 and 2, and 4 and 2 respecitvely before Jane Turner steadied the ship with her best performance of the week. The Craigielaw player beat US college circuit player Stephanie Kirchmayr 5 and 4.
That gave Scotland a winning lead and, in the tradition of these championships, any other matches still out on the course automatically stop with the player in the lead at that time declared the winner. That gave Kenney a victory although she was just one up after 12 holes on Pia Halbig.
England's form nosedived after their defeat in Thursday's quarter-finals by Scotland. They finished on a downer by losing 4.5 to 0.5 to France.
SPAIN 4, SWEDEN 3
Play-off for third place
GERMANY 2, SCOTLAND 5
P Halbig and T Hoffmeister lost to P Pretswell and L Murray 3 and 2.
L Katzy and S Kirchmayr lost to K MacDonald and L Kenney 1 hole.
V Sternebeck lost to MacDonald at 20th.
Hoffmeister bt Pretswell 3 and 2.
Katzy bt Murray 4 and 2.
Kirchmayr lost to J Turner 5 and 4.
Halbig lost to Kenney (1 up after 12 holes).
FRANCE 4.5, ENGLAND 0.5
A Riguelle and I Lescudier bt C Douglass and H Burke 4 and 3.
M Bazin de Jessey bt R Jennings 1 hole.
L Andrew bt H Clyburn 2 and 1.
V Derrey bt H Davis 3 and 2.
M Ricordeau halved with H Barwood.
DENMARK 4, NETHERLANDS 1
WALES 3, SWITZERLAND 2
NORWAY 4, AUSTRIA 1
Thanks go to Colin Farquarson for the report
In the Loretto School Scottish U14s Girls Championship, the title went to West Kilbride’s Connie Jaffrey after she posted a tremendous two-under par 68 to edge out Clara Young from North Berwick by two shots.
Connie was a magnificent seven-under par during an exceptional ten-hole spell which included an eagle three at the par five 15th. The Ayrshire youngster’s victory could have been even more impressive but for a double-bogey five on the final hole
GIRLS --- Leading Scores
68 Connie Jaffrey (West Kilbride).
70 Clara Young (North Berwick).
73 Eloise Healey (Lee Park).
78 Samanthan Fuller (Roehampton).
79 Lauren Whyte (St Regulus).
80 Claire Gadsby (Crieff), Heather Munro (Monifieth).
Some Other West of Scotland Players
85 Emma Hale (Treoon Bentinck).
88 Alexandra Qayum (Ranfurly Castle)
89 Eva O’Connor (Bothwell Castle).
91 Hazel MacGarvie (Troon Ladies), Kirsten Brown (Torrance House).
Congratulations go to May Hughes of Lanark who won the West Vets Championship over Renfrew Golf Course yesterday. She won at the 18th Hole against Alex Glennie (Kilmarnock Barassie). To read the full report and see a few photographs go to the West Vets Website
Friday, 9 July 2010
Pamela Pretswell and Laura Murray lost at the 19th to Spain's Carlota Ciganda and Marta Silva.
Kelsey MacDonald and Louise Kenney squared it for Scotland by beating M Prat and E Folch 2 and 1.
But Spain took the singles comfortably after Carlota Ciganda gained a measure of revenge for her defeat in the "British" at Ganton by Kelsey MacDonald. Carlota won this one by one hole.
Laura Murray lost 4 and 3 to Marta Silva and Megan Briggs went down by 6 and 5 to M Prat to give Spaniard 4pt - a winning lead in a 7pt match.
Louise Kenney beat E Floch by 5 and 3 and the Pretswell v Urchequi match was declared a square match because overall it could not affect the outcome.
Spain will play Sweden in the final, having beaten them 5.5 to 1.5 today.
England, beaten 4-3 by Scotland on Thursday, beat Netherlands 3.5 to 1.5 but the best they can do is finish fifth.
SWEDEN 4.5, FRANCE 2.5
GERMANY 5, DENMARK 2.
SCOTLAND 4, ENGLAND 3
NETHERLANDS 3, SPAIN 4
SCOTLAND 2.5, SPAIN 4.5
P Pretswell and L Murray lost to C Ciganda and M Silva at 19th.
K MacDonald and L Kenney bt M Prat and E Folch 2 and 1.
MacDonald lost to Ciganda 1 hole.
Murray lost to Silva 4 and 3.
M Briggs lost to Prat 6 and 5.
Kenney bt Folch 5 and 3.
Pretswell halved with A Urchegui.
And Curtis Cup amateur Sally Watson (Elie and Earlsferry) can be proud of a 75 which put her ahead of many established names on the LPGA Tour.
69 Brittany Lang
70 Kelli Shean, Amy Yang, Inbee Park (Kor), M.J. Hur (Kor)
71 Sakura Yokomine (Jpn), Mhairi McKay (Sco)
Then Click on link next to the Country ---- Scotland play Italy
Result Italy 2 Scotland 1
Thursday, 8 July 2010
Alyson McKeckin and Rachael Taylor beat Adela Cejnarova Katerina Krasova 1 hole
Rachael Watton lost to Karolina Vickova 2/1
Eilidh Briggs lost to Klara Spilkova 6/5
Scotland, sixth of the eight qualifiers for the top flight, compared to England's third seeding position, took a grip on the match when they led 2-0 after the morning foursomes.
England took the singles 3-2 in the afternoon, leaving Scotland the winners by 4-3 and ready to face No 2 seeds Spain in Thursday's semi-finals.
The other semi-final will feature top seeds Sweden against Germany.
SWEDEN 4 1/2, FRANCE 2 1/2
DENMARK 2, GERMANY 5
SCOTLAND 4, ENGLAND 3
Pamela Pretswell and Laura Murray bt Charlie Douglass and Holly Clyburn 2 and 1.
Kelsey MacDonald and Louise Kenney bt Hayley Davis and Hannah Burke 3 and 1.
Kelsey MacDonald beat Charlie Douglass 2 and 1.
Laura Murray lost to Rachel Jennings 2 and 1.
Jane Turner lost to Hannah Barwood 2 and 1.
Louise Kenney beat Hannah Burke 3 and 2.
Pamela Pretswell lost to Holly Clyburn 3 and 2.
West of Scotland's Megan Briggs was not played today
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Wednesday, 7 July 2010
D&A's Karen Maxwell told a joke at the Scottish Seniors Supper last week as did D&A's Helen Faulds and Renfrewshire's Marion Stewart. The SLGA sang a song, the West/East Vets did a wee turn as did the Ladies from Muir of Ord. Other performances took place that evening as well. Finally D&A Past Captain Helen MacGregor gave the vote of thanks.
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475 Scotland 240 235 (Eilidh Briggs 82-77, Alyson McKechin 82-78, Rachael Taylor 81-88, Rachael Watton 77-80). Scotland have qualified for the 2nd Flight Stages.
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Eilidh Briggs (Kilmalcolm) and Rachael Watton (Mortonhall), who both play off scratch, head a strong entry for the Scottish Girls’ Championship at Eyemouth Golf Club from July 13-17.
It is a first National Championship for the Borders Club and 64 girls – 43 boasting single figure handicaps – will be aiming to lift the trophy won by Ailsa Bain (Peebles) last year.
Eilidh and Rachael are both members of the Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association’s Performance B squad and they are joined in the line-up by three of their colleagues - Alyson McKechin (Elderslie), Lesley Atkins (Gullane) and Gabrielle Macdonald (Craigielaw).
The field also includes two sets of sisters - Natasha and Alexandra Qayum, from Ranfurly Castle and Alison and Catherine Goodwin from Glenbervie.
The Championship consists of two rounds of stroke-play qualifying (July13-14) with the top 32 advancing to the match-play knock-out stage. The next 16 girls qualify for the Ansley Salver.
The 18 hole final takes place on Saturday, July 17 at 9.00 am.
West of Scotland's Pamela Pretswell and Megan Briggs had a 76 and 77 repectively to help the team qualify.
However the Scots' sixth place means they will play third-placed England in the first round of the match-play series.
Sweden (730) were the top qualifiers ahead of Spain (731) with England (741) third, Denmark (750) fourth, Germany (756) fifth, Scotland (757) sixth, Netherlands (759) seventh.
Austria and France both finished on 760 and France were placed eighth under some tie-breaker system which did not involve the usual comparision of second-round totals as Austria had the better second round total (377 to 383).
CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT QUALIFIERS
730 SWEDEN 361 369.
731 SPAIN 368 363.
741 ENGLAND 364 377 (Hannah Barwood 74-75, Hannah Burke 74-74, Holly Clyburn 71-80, Hayley Davis 73-79, Charlie Douglass 74-76, Rachel Jennings 72-73.
750 DENMARK 369 381.
756 GERMANY 381 375.
757 SCOTLAND 379 378 (Megan Briggs 77-77, Louise Kenney 77-78, Kelsey MacDonald 82-73, Laura Murray 77-74, Pamela Pretswell 74-76, Jane Turner 74-80).
759 NETHERLANDS 381 378.
760 FRANCE 377 383
Thanks go to Colin Farquharson for the report
Tuesday, 6 July 2010
After the first qualifying round, the Scots are sharing seventh place on 379 with Norway.
Scottish champion and British championship beaten finalist Kelsey MacDonald had a disappointing round of nine-over-par 82 and her score was discarded. The Nairn Dunbar player and Stirling student, perhaps still tired after her Ganton exertions, had a double bogey 7 at the long ninth and had only one birdie, at the fourth, in halves of 41.
The best Scots score were a pair of 74s from Curtis Cupper Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) and British universities stroke-play champion Jane Turner (Craigielaw).
Pamela had halves of 39 and 35 with a couple of birdies, at the 12th and 18th.
Jane, who caddied for Kelsey in the closing rounds of the "British," rallied from a double bogey 7 at the long sixth to record halves of 38 and 37. She birdied the long fourth, the long ninth and the short 12th.
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Laura Murray (Alford) and Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) all had 77s. Kenney dropped three shots to par at the sixth and seventh, having started at the 10th.
Sweden are leading on 361 from England, with Spain third on 368. Ireland (387) and Wales (391) look unlikely to make the championship flight.
FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND AT LA MANGA
Five scores to count for team daily. Top eight teams to qualify for championship flight after second qualifying round.
364 England (H Clyburn 71, R Jennings 72, H Davis 73, H Barwood 74, C Douglass 74, H Burke 74).
379 Scotland (P Pretswell 74, J Turner 74, M Briggs 77, L Kenney 77, L Murray 77, K MacDonald 82), Norway.
381 Belgium, Netherlands, Germany.
387 Ireland (M Dowling 75, S O'Sullivan 75, C Reid 78, D McVeigh 78, G O'Leary 81, V Bradshaw 82), Italy.
391 Wales (A Boulden 77, G Bradbury 78, TDavies 78, K O'Connor 79, S Birks 79, R Harries 79).
Thanks go to Colin Farquharson for the report
Teenage twins Leona and Lisa Maguire (Slieve Russell), now playing off plus 3, started Ireland’s gold medal defence in convincing fashion to tie second place after the first qualifying round of the 2010 European U18 Team Championships tee off at Aalborg, Denmark.
Leona birdied the ninth hole to turn one under par and a level par back nine saw her sign for a 70, just one shot behind best-of-the-day Celeine Boutier (France). With three scores to count from 4, sister Lisa was one shot further back on level par after blitzing her back nine in one under the card. Stephanie Meadow (Royal Portrush) was three over par for both nines in her round of 77 while Laura McCarthy (Muskerry) struggled on the inward journey to return 81.
Ireland are sharing second place, four shots behind France, after a good day’s work. The qualifying concludes tomorrow with a second 18 holes stroke-play after which the eight teams with the best 36-hole totals contest the medals Thursday through Saturday.
As Ireland lies six shots inside the cut for eight place, Team Captain Sinead Keane (Curragh) is pleased with her team’s start that sees them well positioned to defend their Gold medal won in Finland last year.
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Scotland are not nearly so well placed as the Irish girls.
Rachael Watton with a six-over-par 77 (41-36) was the best of the four, following by Germany-based Rachael Taylor 80 (40-40) and Eilidh Briggs 82 (44-38) and Alyson McKechin 82 (39-43).
The Scots are lying in 16th place on 239. The teams currently sharing seventh place - Belgium and England - are on 224, which shows how much the Scottish girls would have to improve to make into the top eight who go forward to the championship match-play flight.
The Scots look destined for one of the lower flights.
GIRLS' FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND
Three from four scores to count for daily team total
218 Spain, Ireland (Leona Maguire 70 Lisa Maguire 71 Stephanie Meadow 77 Laura McCarthy 81)
222 Czech Republic, Sweden, Germany
224 Belgium, England (Heidi Baek 73, Lauren Taylor 75, Kelly Tidy 76, Alexandra Peters 82), Finland
237 Wales (Katie Bradbury 77, Myriam Hassan 80, Chloe Williams 80, Kelly Miller 81).
239 Scotland (Rachael Watton 77, Rachael Taylor 80, Eilidh Briggs 82, Alyson McKechin 82).
Scratch: Natasha Qayum (Ranfurly Castle) 82
1st Silver: Emma Hale (Troon Bentick) 83 (11) 72
2nd Silver: Kirsten Scott (Milngavie) 84 (9) 75 bih
1st Bronze: Emma Kennedy (Paisley) 94 (24) 70
2nd Bronze: Megan Duff (Hilton Park) 93 (22) 71 best last 3 holes
Monday, 5 July 2010
Best Gross Jennifer Mack (Haggs Castle) 75
Handicap : 0 - 12
1st Jennifer Mack (Haggs Castle) 75 (6) 69
2nd Annabel Kane (Kilmacolm) 84 (12) 72
3rd Morag Key (Ralston) 83 (10) 73
Handicap 13 +
1st Russell Crawford (Erskine) 86 (13) 73
2nd Freda Tuck (Bonnyton) 99 (25) 74
3rd Trish Brown (Kilmacolm) 89 (13) 76
Scratch : Nicola Ferguson (Milngavie) 71
1st Silver : Lorna Craigie (Hayston) 83-17-66
2nd Silver : Nicola Ferguson 71-4-67
3rd Silver : Anna Telfer (Milngavie) 74-6-68
1st Bronze : Di Buchanan (Cardross) 92-24-68(BIH)
2nd Bronze : Mairi Miller (Windyhill) 91-23-68
BROWN CUP : LORNA CRAIGIE
JUNIOR QUALIFYING ROUND FOR DAILY TELEGRAPH : AMANDA McLEOD (Buchanan Castle) 84-11-73
Sunday, 4 July 2010
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Saturday, 3 July 2010
A groundskeeper shouts: 'Dinnae drink that waater! Et's foo ae coo's shite an pish!'
The golfer replies: 'My Good fellow, I'm from England. Could you repeat that for me, in English!?'
The groundskeeper replies: 'I said, use two hands - you'll spill less that way!
From L to R --Heather Munro, Rachel Hanlon and Lauren Whyte
Heather Munro (Monifieth) - Winner 10-14 Category
Rachel Hanlon (St Regulus) - Janice Moodie Trophy Winner
Lauren Whyte (St Regulus) - Runner-up 10-14 Category
Absent from the photo:
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) - Scratch Winner
Gabrielle MacDonald (Craigielaw) - Winner 15-17 Category
Alexis Hutton (Falkirk Tryst) - Runner Up 15-17 Category
Played 2nd July --- CSS 73
Miss Rachel Hanlon 72 - 3 = 69 Lowest Gross
Miss Eilidh Briggs 72 - 0 = 72 Lowest Gross
Miss Gabrielle MacDonald 75 - 3 = 72
Miss Heather Munro 83 - 10 = 73
Miss Alexis Hutton 83 - 9 = 74
Miss Linsey Stevenson 79 - 5 = 74
Miss Jemma Chalmers 81 - 6 = 75
Miss Jessica Meek 80 - 5 = 75
Miss Rachel Walker 81 - 5 = 76
Miss Lauren Whyte 82 - 5 = 77
Miss Alison Goodwin 82 - 5 = 77
Miss Hannah McCook 79 - 1 = 78
Miss Catriona MacDonald 95 - 17 = 78
Miss Mhairi McKay 88 - 7 = 81
Miss Connie Jaffrey 88 - 6 = 82
Miss Rachel McClelland 107 - 20 = 87
Miss Kirstin Scott 97 - 9 = 88
Miss Danielle Ker 102 - 13 = 89
Miss Katie Reid N/R - 6 = N/R
Miss Ailsa Summers N/R - 3 = N/R
Friday, 2 July 2010
Earlier in the week Heather had won the seniors’ stroke-play title over 36 holes but she never led after the fifth hole in the final.
Fiona who has won both the over-50s stroke-play and match-play titles in the past, went two up with a birdie at the 10th but Anderson came back at her to win the 11th with a par and the 13th with a birdie 3.
Fiona regained the lead with a par at the 15th and the last three holes were halved.
In the morning semi-finals, De Vries won at the 20th against Moira Thomson (Gullane Ladies) while Anderson beat Lorna Bennett (Ladybank) by 4 and 3.
Semi-finals – Heather Anderson (Alyth) beat Lorna Bennett (Ladybank) 4 and 3, Fiona de Vries (St Rule) beat Moira Thomson (Gullane Ladies) at 20th.
Final – Fiona De Vries beat Heather Anderson 1 hole.
Thursday, 1 July 2010
Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf Club, Black Isle.
Heather Anderson (Alyth) bt Alex Glennie (Kilmarnock Barassie) 2 holes.
Fiona Hunter (Baberton) bt Noreen Fenton (Dunbar) 1 hole.
Pamela Williamson (Baberton) bt Margaret Tough (Falkirk) 2 and 1.
Lorna Bennett (Ladybank) bt May Hughes (Lanark) 4 and 2.
Jill Harrison (Cruden Bay) bt Anne Ryan (Tain) 1 hole.
Moira Thomson (Gullane Ladies) bt Jane Herd (Musselburgh) 6 and 5.
Mary Smith (Tain) bt Lynne Terry (Cruden Bay) 2 and 1.
Fiona de Vries (St Rule) bt Alison Bartlett (Royal Dornoch) 2 and 1.
Anderson bt Hunter 2 holes.
Bennett bt Williamson 1 hole.
Thomson bt Harrison at 19th.
De Vries bt Smith 2 and 1.