Sunday 30 June 2019

Brilliant Beveridge crowned 2019 Scottish Women’s Amateur Champion.

Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf
Kimberley Beveridge from Aboyne Golf Club worked hard in gusting winds to come out on top against Chloe Goadby in a thrilling Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship Final.
Down by one hole at the half-way point in Sunday’s Final, Beveridge battled back to birdie the first three holes on the back nine to take her first lead of the match at the 12thhole. A par on 13 was enough to give Beveridge a two-hole lead with five to play.
Still 2 up with three holes to play, Beveridge looked in control of the match, however Chloe Goadby refused to back down as she birdied holes 16 and 17 to tie the match with one to play.
With little splitting the two players all day, it was Beveridge’s sensational approach shot on 18 that would separate the pair as her 8-iron from 131 yards stopped just short of the hole to set up the winning putt.

Speaking to Scottish Golf (video above) after winning on the last, Beveridge said, “I struck that last shot really good actually, it landed probably about 20-feet and rolled down nicely to the hole. The nerves kicked in for that two-foot putt, but I just went for the stroke and it went in.” 
On being crowned Scottish Women’s Amateur Champion, Beveridge said, “Hearing that sounds really good, I am absolutely buzzing. I didn’t expect it to be honest, I just plodded along and played my own game and came away with the result.” 
Beveridge had earlier beaten Tara Mactaggart of Minto Golf Club with a 2&1 Semi Final victory while runner up Goadby reached the Final with a 3&2 victory against Louise Duncan.
The Clark Rosebowl Matchplay brought yet more success for Aberdeenshire golf with Banchory’s Megan Robb seeing off Nairn’s Carinne Taylor by two holes.
Speaking to Scottish Golf, Robb said, “It was difficult today, the conditions are tough and Carinne is a good player. It could have gone either way, going down the last I was nervous, and my hands were shaking. With being 1 up, I just said to myself don’t do anything dumb. I was able to put it on the green and hole my putt which was nice.” 
With two players from Aboyne also representing GB & Ireland at the Vagliano Trophies this week, the newly crowned Scottish Women’s Amateur Champion believes women’s golf in the region is in a good place, adding, “It is really strong at the moment and it is good to see some younger girls coming in to the game which is what we need, it is really good.” 
For a full list of results from this year’s Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship, please click the link below:
View scores from the 2019 ScottishWomen’s Amateur Championship

For all the full reports from the last few days and some previous Scottish Championships -- CLICK HERE


Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf
Photo Courtesy of Scottish Golf

Championship Semi Finals 
Tara Mactaggart (Minto) lost to  Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) 2&1
Chloe Goadby (St Regulus)  beat Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) 3&2

Championship Final:
Kimberley Beveridge beat Chloe Goadby 1 Hole

Hole by Hole Scoring - Click to Enlarge


Rosebowl Semi Finals 
Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) lost to Megan Robb (Banchory) 3&1
Ellie Docherty (Moray) lost to Carinne Taylor (Nairn)  at the 22nd Hole

Rosebowl Final:
Megan Robb beat Carinne Taylor 2 Holes

Hole by Hole -- Click to Enlarge


Caldwell Golf Club Girls Golf Day

Caldwell Golf Club on Sunday 28th July
Kindly organsised by Liz Hale and Club Professional Mark Loftus (Contact details in the link below)

The format of the event is a Texas Scramble and exact timings to be decided, -- Open to all abilities and everyone most welcome


East Renfrewshire Junior Open Week


Are you the next Tiger Woods, Franceso Molinari or Jin Young Ko?Then why not take part in The East Renfrewshire Golf Club’s Junior Week

A week of golf and fun for juniors aged 8 and over. Come along and enjoy a selection of events including: team and individual events, Stableford (individual and team), Texas Scramble and Match Play for the more accomplished players.
For the younger participants events to include : 6 hole competitions, target golf, putting challenges, longest drivers and team events. 
There will be something for everyone in a week designed to provide both enjoyment and competition

  • 6 hole players – Monday to Thursday - 9am to 4pm
  • 18 hole players – Monday to Thursday - 9am to 4pm
  • 6 hole players – Friday - 9am to 12pm followed by Presentations and a BBQ for
    6 hole player Participants and Parents
  • 18 hole players – Friday afternoon – Bonar Walker Trophy where a Parent, with a
    handicap, can join their children for a round of Golf
    Please bring golf clubs if possible. Contact the Pro Shop if required

    Closing date for entries: 22nd July 2019. Entry forms available at the Professional Shop or at the Club. Call the Club on 01355 500 256 or e-mail -



Saturday 29 June 2019

Tara Mactaggart defeats top seed Jessica Meek in Scottish Quarter Finals

To read the full report go to the Scottish Golf Website
Tara Mactaggart caused the biggest upset on Day 2 defeating top seed Jessica Meek as she secured her place in tomorrow’s Semi Final on the 18thhole at Kilmarnock Barassie. After a dominant display in the first round of matchplay, Meek was unable to overcome Minto’s Mactaggart in difficult conditions which saw play delayed for over two hours due to lightning. 
Chloe Goadby was also unaffected by the lengthy break in play, backing up a 3&2 morning victory over Clara Young with a convincing victory over Kate McIntosh in the Quarter Final
Aboyne Golf Club’s Kimberley Beveridge booked her place in tomorrow’s Semi Final with a 3&2 win over Penelope Brown. 
Completing tomorrow’s Semi Final line-up is West Kilbride’s Louise Duncan who beat Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 4&2 to set up a battle with Chloe Goadby. 
Tomorrow’s Semi Finals will get underway at 8.30am, with Mactaggart and Beveridge leading the way, followed by Goadby and Duncan at 8.45am. The Final will then take place in the afternoon with a 13.20 tee off.
First Round 
Jessica Meek (Carnoustie) beat Jennifer Saxton (Muckhart) 5&4
Tara Mactaggart (Minto) beat Katie Wright (Stranraer) 7&5
Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) lost to Kimberley Beveridge (Aboyne) 5&4
Penelope Brown (Worthing) beat Katy Alexander ( Blairgowrie) 3&2
Alison Muirhead (Jumeirah Golf Estates) lost to Kate McIntosh (Broomieknowe) at the 22nd
Chloe Goadby (St Regulus) beat Clara Young (North Berwick) 3&2
Jasmine McIntosh lost to Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 1 Hole
Louise Duncan (West Kilbride) beat Fraser Mirren (Dumfries and County) 6&5

Quarter Finals
Meek lost to  Mactaggart 1 Hole
Beveridge bear Brown 3&2
McIntosh lost to Goadby 4&3
Foster lost lost to Duncan 4&2

Semi Finals (Sunday)
Mactaggart v Beveridge 
Goadby v Duncan

In the Clark Rosebowl Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) beat the 2018 Scottish Champion Gemma Batty in the quarter finals by 1 hole and now meets Megan Robb (Banchory) in the semi finals.  Megan had beaten Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) by the same margin.
In the other half of the draw Ellie Docherty (Moray) is through to the semi finals and now meets Carinne Taylor ( Nairn) winner over Milngavie's Lorna McClymont at the 20th hole

First Round
Luisa Gibson (Irvine) lost to Jennifer Rankine (Haggs Castle) 3&2
Gemma Batty (West Linton) beat Jillian Farrell (Cardross) 1 Hole
Susan Woodhouse (East Kilbride) lost to Connie Jaffrey (Troon Ladies) 2&1
Cameron Nelson (Alvaneu Bad) lost to Megan Robb (Banchory) 19th
Kirsty Brodie (Strathmore) lost to Ellie Docherty (Moray) 2 Holes
Porscha Wilson (Burntisland) lost to Megan Ashley (Strathmore) 7&5
Lorna McClymont (Milngavie) beat Gillian Paton (Ladybank) 4&3
Carinne Taylor (Nairn) beat Clair McLaughlin (West Kilbride) 1 Hole

Quarter Finals
Rankine beat  Batty 1 Hole
Jaffrey lost to Robb 1 Hole
Docherty beat Ashley 1 Hole
McClymont lost to Taylor at the 20th

Semi Finals (Sunday)
Rankine v Robb
Docherty v Taylor

Hazel MacGarvie has a hole in one at the Vagliano Trophy and is also unbeaten in all her ties

‪Take a bow Hazel MacGarvie! Ace at the 3rd in The Vagliano Trophy this morning and was also unbeaten in all her ties

The Continent of Europe showed their strength to claim a 14.5-9.5 win over Great Britain and Ireland and lift the Vagliano Trophy at Royal St George’s. 
In securing a seventh straight victory over the sun-drenched links in Kent, the Continent of Europe maintained their dominance in the biennial contest to the delight of captain Anna Roscio. 
With a 7–5 lead overnight, the Continent of Europe stretched their lead to three points after going unbeaten in the foursomes to win the session 2.5–1.5. 
It was an exciting morning which included a hole-in-one from both Hazel MacGarvie from Scotland and Italy’s Alessia Nobilio.

To read the full report go to the R&A Website
 For all the results CLICK HERE 

 Junior Vagliano Results CLICK HERE


Back by popular demand. 
We will be repeating the 'Get in to Golf' sessions for both males and females every Thursday night in July. 
Come join in the fun with our resident PGA pro Fraser Dunlop. 

This programme is designed for those who have never played or those with limited golf experience. 

The four sessions include 6 hours of coaching and will cover the basics of putting, chipping, pitching and full swing and we will even play a few holes on week 4. 

 At a cost of only £45 this is a fun, relaxed introduction to the game. Contact the pro shop team for further details or bookings. Tel: 013398 86328 (Option 1). Email

Friday 28 June 2019

McWilliam and MacGarvie shine on Day 1 of the Vagliano Trophy

The Continent of Europe claimed a slender 7-5 lead over Great Britain and Ireland after day one of The Vagliano Trophy at Royal St George’s.
Chasing a seventh straight win in the biennial contest, the visitors secured a 3-1 lead after the morning foursomes matches over the renowned Kent links.
In the blustery and warm conditions, Great Britain and Ireland quickly sparked an afternoon fightback with an impressive 7&6 singles victory for Scotland’s Hazel MacGarvie against Girls Amateur champion Emma Spitz.
However, the Continent of Europe managed to half the session 4-4 and go into tomorrow’s final day with the two-point lead as they seek to retain the trophy they last won in Italy in 2017.

At the venue for next year’s 149th Open, there were convincing singles victories for the Continent of Europe pair Leonie Harm and Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, defeating Isobel Wardle and Shannon McWilliam in respective 6&5 triumphs.
Great Britain and Ireland, who last lifted The Vagliano Trophy in 2005, fought back as Alice Hewson defeated Alessia Nobilio 3&1. Ireland’s Julie McCarthy then secured a notable 3&1 success against the top-ranked player in the match, Swede Frida Kinhult, who sits 3rdon the World Amateur Golf Ranking™.

Scots shine
The Scottish duo McWilliam and MacGarvie refused to be denied in the bottom match, putting the first point on the board for the home side with a one-hole win over Valenzuela and Roussin-Bouchard.
In the Junior Vagliano Trophy, the Under-16’s version of the competition, Great Britain and Ireland hold a 5-4 lead – helped by two wins from Ireland’s Beth Coulter.
After the Continent of Europe won the foursomes 2-1 in the six-a-side match, the hosts hit back in the singles, with victories from Coulter, Hannah Darling and Darcey Harry. 

Entry is free of charge at Royal St George’s while live scoring, news and video can be followed on The R&A’s website and social media platforms.


Carnoustie’s Jessica Meek set the early pace at Kilmarnock Barassie on Friday as play got underway in the 2019 Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship.
Meek, a former student at the University of Missouri, entered this week’s competition as the highest ranked player with a handicap of +4.9 and quickly made her mark on the field opening with a six-under par round of 69.
There was no letting up from Meek in the afternoon as she went on to go one better with a second-round score of 68 to take the top spot in tomorrow’s matchplay.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after a scorching day on the links, Meek said, “The course is in great condition and it was nice to have a little bit of a breeze today but other than that it was super toasty. I like playing in this weather, I would prefer to play in this than our usual Scottish weather.”
Qualifying as the top seed for tomorrow’s matchplay, Meek admitted she is looking forward to the challenge, adding, “Matchplay is a little bit different, so you just have to keep playing your own game. At the end of the day, I am just looking to have some really good matches out there. Hopefully it is good golf from everybody, and we will see how it pans out for me.”
Meek’s playing partner Chloe Goadby battled back from an opening round of 78 to go ten shots better in round two. The St Regulus member carded a bogey-free second-round of 68 to secure her place in the weekend’s matchplay.
Summarising her opening day, Goadby said, “This morning I just got into a bit of trouble off the tee, had a couple of penalty shots and dropped shots. In the afternoon, I chose to be a bit clearer and committed with my shots and it paid off so we will try and continue that into the rest of the weekend.” 
Looking ahead to the weekend, Goadby added, “This course is an interesting one, I think on holes nine and ten you can be a bit more aggressive and be rewarded with it, whereas today you had to play a bit more conservatively. The wind can change things massively here so depending on that tomorrow, we will assess the strategy and see how aggressive we want to be.” 
Defending Champion Gemma Batty missed out on a place in the top 16 but was able to secure a place in the Clark Rosebowl matchplay which will also take place over the weekend.
  • View the latest scores from the Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship HERE
1st Round of Matchplay


The Women’s Scottish Amateur Championship begins today at Kilmarnock Barassie. 

2 rounds of Strokeplay —- 

Thursday 27 June 2019

Octogenarian May Mackintosh shows you can still be a winner

Liz Keohone and May Macintosh
The beauty of the game is you can keep playing as you get older.
It is a game for all ages and abilities ✅
Past Captain May Macintosh, who is over 80yrs old, competing in and winning (with her team) the Loudoun Gowf Ladies Senior Open Tri-AmπŸ‘πŸ»

Wednesday 26 June 2019

Highlights from the Scottish Senior Final at Edzell

Well done --  Elaine Moffat and Donna Jackson

Women and Girls Fund by Scottish Golf

Douglas Park Golf Club -- 18th Hole

As part of the Scottish Government’s new Women and Girls Fund, Scottish Golf is one of fifteen organisations to benefit from £300,000 investment. 

Aimed at getting more women and girls in Scotland taking part in sport, the fund will target women and girls who have previously had little or no access to physical activity for a wide variety of reasons. Scottish Golf have received £15,360 from the fund and will use this to set up new Women and Girls Golf Hubs to compliment the national governing body’s existing Get into Golf offering, with four Regional Hubs offering entry level coaching in a fun and inclusive environment across the country. 

 Carol Harvey, Women and Young People Development Manager at Scottish Golf, welcomed the announcement, saying: “Scottish Golf is delighted to have received new investment to support the organisation in its aims of encouraging more women and girls to get involved with the game. “In an exciting year for women’s golf in Scotland, with The 2019 Solheim Cup being staged at Gleneagles in September, the support from the Scottish Government’s Women and Girls Fund will allow us to deliver four new Women and Girls’ Golf Hubs across the country, aimed at introducing over 400 new women and girls into the game. “The Hubs will run for 39-weeks during term-time with PGA Professionals delivering entry-level coaching in a friendly environment for beginners.” 

 Sports Minister, Joe FitzPatrick MSP, congratulated the projects that have been successful in their applications. He said: “There are so many benefits to making sport and physical activity a part of daily life. From improving physical and mental health, to developing skills and strengthening communities, the impact can be life-changing and that’s why we want as many people as possible to enjoy those benefits. “It is encouraging to see that participation in sport and physical activity by women and girls in Scotland is increasing, but some still face barriers to taking part. “The projects who will be supported through the £300,000 Women and Girls fund have shown great insight and innovation in understanding those barriers and taking steps to address them. I look forward to seeing the impact that they have.” 

 Further details on Scottish Golf’s new Women and Girls’ Golf Hubs, including venues, dates and registration, will be communicated in due course. 

Tuesday 25 June 2019

East Vets retain the Elise Duncan Trophy against the West Vets

Captain Chris Fowler presents East Captain Anne Rorrison
with the Elise Duncan Trophy

The West Vets Team turned up at Glencorse Golf Club hoping for a win for the first time since 2014.
It was much closer than last year, unfortunately we lost 5 ½ -  3 ½ 
However 5 games were very well contested, going all the way to the 18th.

Both teams thoroughly enjoyed Glencorse, finding it a tricky and interesting course. It was in great condition considering the weather the day before.
As usual the friendship was evident on the course and in the clubhouse during the meal, and we must thank Glencorse G.C. and East Vets Captain Anne Rorrison for hosting such an enjoyable day.

The Matches

Results (West players named first)

Gillian Kyle (East Renfrewshire) halved with Ann Hanson (Turnhouse)
Donna Jackson (Troon) lost to Jennifer Bryans (Harburn) 1 hole
Liz Stewart (Greenburn) lost to Caroline Steedman(Murrayfield) 2 & 1
Lorraine Campbell (Cardrossbeat Sue Penman (Gullane) 4 & 2
Robina Gilbertson (Prestwick St Nicholas) lost to Hazel Saunders (Gullane) 2 & 1
Roz Purdom (Prestwick St Nicholas) lost to Lesley Johnston (Gullane) 4 & 2
May Hughes (Lanark) halved with Sal Shepherd (CraigmillerPark)
Janice Paterson (Drumpelier) beat Caroline Johnston (Murrayfield) 1 hole
Carol McNally (Williamwoodhalved with Morag Wardop (Turnhouse)

Thanks go to Chris Fowler for the report and photographs

Preview: Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship

A strong field will descend on Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club this week for the 2019 Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship.  The event will take place from Friday 28thto Sunday 30thJune.
The format of the event will be 36 holes of strokeplay on Friday, with the top-16 scratch scores qualifying for the weekend’s matchplay. The next 16 best scratch scores will also qualify for the Clark Rosebowl matchplay.
The last-16 and Quarter Final ties will take place on Saturday, before the Semi Finals and Final on Sunday.  All matchplay rounds will be contested over 18 holes.
Kilmarnock Barassie will be hosting the Championship for the third time in its history with the venue previously playing host to the event in 2007 and 1985.
2018 winner, Gemma Batty of West Linton Golf Club, will be looking to defend the title she won at Elie 12 months ago. Batty came out on top of a closely-fought final last year, edging out Gabrielle MacDonald of Craigelaw by one hole.
Speaking to Scottish Golf, last year’s winner said; “I am very excited to compete and try and defend my title. I have never played at Kilmarnock Barassie before, so I am looking forward to a new challenge. Fingers crossed the weather gods are kind for a great week of golf!”
The highest ranked player in this week’s field is Carnoustie’s Jess Meek, who holds a handicap of +4.9. Meek will be joined at Barassie by 2017 winner Connie Jaffrey of Troon who will be looking to add her name to the Scottish Women’s Amateur trophy for a second time.
A full list of tee times for Friday’s strokeplay rounds can be found here. Scoring from the 2019 Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship will be available here.

Sunday 23 June 2019

Linda Dyball wins the 2019 Midland Vets Championship

Linda Dyball
From the Midland Vets Website

Linda Dyball (Pitreavie) won the Midland Vets Championship at Dunfermline (Pitfirrane) G.C. with a 4&3 victory against Alison Davidson (Stirling) and will now represent Midland Vets in the S.V.L.G.A Championship at Blairgowrie in September. 

 The mornings semi finals were played in cold, wet and windy conditions. Linda Dyball beat Linda MacDonald (Ladybank) 3&1 in a closely contested match.
In the second semi final Alison Davidson beat defending champion Elaine Moffat (St.Rule) by 6&5. Despite the conditions the standard of golf was very high.

The final in the afternoon was played in very tricky conditions, not wet, but very blustery. 

Although Alison took an early lead they were all square at the turn. Linda went 2 up winning the 10th and 11th holes. Despite Alison winning the 12th hole with a birdie, Linda stuck to her task winning the 13th, 14th and 15th holes and the match 4&3.

Semi Finals
Linda Dyball (Pitreavie) beat Linda MacDonald (Ladybank) 3&1
Elaine Moffat ( St. Rule) lost to Alison Davidson (Stirling) 6&5

Linda Dyball beat Alison Davidson 4&3

Douglas Park Ladies Open Day -- £700 raised for the Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance

Prize Vouchers, Apres Golf and Raffle Tickets (Cathy McConnell)

The Douglas Park 2019 Ladies’ Open day was held on Friday 21st June in lovely sunshine and dry conditions. The format this year was changed to a tri-am with a total of 144 ladies taking part. 

We will be sending a handsome cheque for £700 to our charity, Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance, and we thank all who donated to the raffle and those who bought raffle tickets. 

This day does not happen by itself and we would like to thank: Our very smart gentlemen starters – Ian Macdougall, Iain Fergusson, George Roberts and George Simmons. 

 A special thank you to Ian Macdougall for helping with many other tasks throughout the whole day! Our registration and raffle table helpers – Joyce Hope, Gina Rennie, Alison White, Cathy McConnell, Paula Galloway, Alison Nicolson and Christina Curry. 

 Many thanks also go to the greenkeeping staff for presenting our course in such great condition and to the catering staff for their excellent hospitality. 
 A big thank you must go to Tesco and Waitrose for their most generous donations of water and bananas. 


RESULTS AND PRIZEWINNERS - Stableford -- 2 scores to count at par 4/5 and all 3 scores to count at the Par 3 holes

1st: Mandy Allan/Laura Robinson/Carole Hill (Milngavie/Milngavie/Balfron) 78 (CB) 
2nd: Moira MacLeod/Lois Connell/Margaret Grant (all from Milngavie) 78 
3rd: Janice Cullens/Linda Blencowe/Judith Drummond (Douglas Park/Murrayfield/Murrayfield76 (CB)
4th: Susan Rattray/Fiona Rattray/Elizabeth Ferguson (Douglas Park/Douglas Park/Muckhart76 (CB)
5th: Marlene Waudby/Iris Gillan/Patti Chalmers (The Glen/Hilton Park/Hayston76 (CB) 
6th: Janice McIlwraith/Nan Brewster/Anne Bunker (Douglas Park/ Broomiknowe/Murrayfield76

Par 3 Competition (Total Stableford pints at the Par 3 holes) 
Winners: Laura Macdougall/Irene Dickson/Ann Fisher (Douglas Park/Clober/Douglas Park) 29

Nearest the pin @ 3rd - Janet Dow (Douglas Park
Nearest the pin @ 12th - Heather McGrattan (Cawder) 
Nearest the pin @ 17th - Caryn Sinclair (Paisley
Nearest the pin in 2 @ 18th - Fiona Rattray (Douglas Park
Longest Drive in tramlines @ 8th (Bronze) - Barbara Cunningham (Hilton Park
Longest Drive in tramlines @ 8th (Silver) - Paula Galloway (Douglas Park


Thanks go to The Ladies’ Open organising team – Barbara Aitchison, Laura Macdougall and Anne Fergusson for the report, results and photos

Friday 21 June 2019

Jan Macnab wins the Renfrewshire County Medal over Old Ranfurly

Jan Macnab and Fiona Armour - Photos courtesy of Sandra Macdougall
The Renfrewshire Ladies County June Medal was at Old Ranfurly Golf Club today 

 Ranfurly Castle player Jan Macnab Ranfurly Castle (pictured  left), playing off 10, came in with a fabulous gross score of 82, nett 72, winning both Scratch and Division 1 (0-12 handicaps) with Fiona Armour (Renfrew) (pictured right) winning Division 2 (13 - 30 handicaps) with a nett 76. 

SSS 72 CSS 75 (Reduction only)

Scratch: Jan Macnab (Ranfurly Castle) 82

Division 1 (0-12 handicaps) 
Jan Macnab (Ranfurly Castle 82 (10) 72
Allison Murray (Ranfurly Castle) 86 (11) 75
Marilyn Muir (Old Ranfurly) 86 (9) 77

Division 2 (13 - 30 handicaps)
Fiona Armour (Renfrew) 89 (13) 76
Linda Anderson (Old Ranfurly) 100 (23) 77 bih
Carol Spy (East Renfrewshire) 96 (19) 77 bih

The medal winners from both divisions in June, July and August 2018 were also competing in the 2018 Medal Finals today and congratulations go to Maureen Woodhead (Gourock) on winning this competition.


Loudoun Junior Open

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πŸ“…15th July 2019
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πŸ’·£5 entry
✉️Form belowπŸ‘‡πŸ»

Thursday 20 June 2019


Renfrewshire County Juniors - Win the 2019 Kennedy Salver

The Junior West of Scotland Kennedy Salver was  played today at East Renfrewshire Golf Club

The Renfrewshire team listed below were the winners with a clean sweep in both the foursomes and singles.  --
Lanarkshire the 2017 and 2018 winners were the runners up.

Morning Foursomes Results:

As they stand after the morning foursomes - Click to enlarge

Kennedy Salver Single Results:

Sophie Kyle (Renfrewshire) bt Luisa Gibson(Ayrshire) 5&4
Emily Crusher (Renfrewshire) bt Taylor White (Lanarkshire) 4&3
Claire McLaughlin (Ayrshire) A/S Madeleine MacGregor (Lanarkshire)
Aaliyah Sandburg (Renfrewshire) bt Leah Bryce (Lanarkshire) 3&2
Freya Russell (Ayrshire) bt  Jennifer Reilly (Lanarkshire) 3&2
Orla Rooney (Renfrewshire) bt Katy Hill (Ayrshire) 2&1
Hannah  Carson (Renfrewshire) bt Jodie Graham(Lanarkshire) 7&6
Jennifer Lynagh (Renfrewshire) bt Cristina McCracken(Ayrshire ) 7&6
Abigail McCartney (Lanarkshire)  bt Louise Milligan(Ayrshire) 4&3

Full result: 
Winners; Renfrewshire 9points
2nd Lanarkshire 3:5
3rd. Ayrshire 2.5

Renfrewshire Team 
Aaliyah Sandhu (Haggs Castle)
Emily Crusher (Eastwood)
Hannah Carson (East Renfrewshire)
Jennifer Lynagh (Caldwell)
Ella McGrath (Caldwell)
Orla Rooney (Cowglen)
Sophie Kyle (East Renfrewshire)

Morning Foursomes - Courtesy of Allison Bell
Thanks go to Allison Bell for photos and results