Monday, 3 February 2020


L to R - Lynda Bradley, Aileen Wilson
and Mo Neilson with Sandra Littlejohn

85 Ladies attended the Renfrewshire Ladies' County Golf Association Annual Fund Raising Beetle Drive yesterday afternoon at Haggs Castle Golf Club.

Captain Sandra Littlejohn and her helpers organised an exceedingly enjoyable event yet again.

Aileen Wilson (Haggs Castle) was the overall winner with Lynda Bradley (Kilmacolm)  a close 2nd. 

Mo Neilson (Greenock) was up to her usual not so good drawing standard standard and won the the prize for the worst drawn beetle !!

To see some photos of the day CLICK HERE - Courtesy of Fiona Armour

Video of the event (Courtesy of Carol Fell) -- Click link to go to You Tube

A few words of thanks from Captain Sandra Littlejohn -   From the RLCGA Website

"On behalf of Donna, Pearl, the Committee and myself, I’d like to thank everyone for their raffle and silent auction donations plus all the Renfrewshire Clubs that donated four balls as Star prizes in support of our annual fund-raising Beetle Drive at Haggs Castle Golf Club on Sunday. "

"A total of £1,200 was raised which is a fantastic amount. Judging by the noise level, everyone seemed to be having a great time catching up with friends and participating in a very competitive beetle drive."  

Thanks also goes to: 

 • Carol McNally, Doreen Mainds, Nicola McAllister and Linda Ellery for providing the retail therapy; 
 • Kevin at Haggs Castle Golf Club who made sure we were fed and watered - it can’t be easy serving up tea/coffee and cakes to 80+ ladies in a short period of time (and thanks to the bouncers Elaine Munn and Pearl there were no ‘cake wars’); 
 • Fiona Armour and Carol Fell, respectively, for all the photographs and video recording of the day; and 
 • Julie, June, Tracy and Pearl for selling/drawing the raffles, star prizes, looking after the silent auction, counting of the cash and making sure everything went according to plan. 

" Finally, I hope the 2020 golf season is a good one and I look forward to seeing many of you over the summer. "

 Thanks again. Captain Sandra