Showing posts with label Bishopbriggs. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bishopbriggs. Show all posts

Monday, 12 October 2020

Megan Docherty wins the Stephen Gallacher Vase at Cardrona Golf Club

Megan Docherty

 On 10th and 11th October the Stephen Gallacher Foundation Vase Event was held at the Macdonald Cardrona GC, Peebles:

 Many congratulations go to Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) who won by 1 shot from Grace Crawford (North Berwick)

LEADERBOARD

1 MEGAN DOCHERTY (BISHOPBRIGGS) 80 75 - 155
2 GRACE CRAWFORD (NORTH BERWICK) 79 77 - 156
3 FREYA RUSSELL (ROYAL TROON) 80 80 -  160
4 RACHEL MATHIESON (HAZLEHEAD) 80 82 - 162
5 OLRLA ROONEY(COWGLEN) 81 83 -  164
6 ROBYN FOWLIE (EDZELL) 82 84 -  166
7 SOPHIE MURPHY (GLASGOW GOLF CLUB) 79 88 -  167

CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE RESULTS

Sunday, 6 October 2019

Megan Docherty is the 2019 West Girls Champion

πŸ†πŸ†πŸ†WEST GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP DAYπŸ†πŸ†πŸ†

Lto R - Megan Docherty, Luisa Gibson, 
Helen Convery (Captain of the Ladies Golf Club Troon)
Neve Marshall and Jennifer Lynagh

The West Girls Championship was played today over Troon Portland. 
Prize winners were presented their trophies by the Ladies Golf Club Captain Helen Convery.

The Championship Semi Final results : 
 Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) beat Sophie Murphy (Clydebank and District) 3&2 
 Luisa Gibson (Irvine) beat Rachel Foster (Prestwick St Nicholas) 3&1 


Championship Final- Megan Docherty  (Bishopbriggs) beat  Luisa Gibson  (Irvine) - 2&1


Bronze Championship: 
Jennifer Lynagh (Caldwell) beat Neve Marshall (Cathkin Braes) 4/2 

Many thanks go to Allison Bell for the results and photograph

Monday, 19 August 2019

Katy Alexander wins the Junior Tour Event at Bruntsfield

Blairgowrie's Katy Alexander won the Junior Tour girls' event at Bruntsfield Links. Over a par 71 course (CSS 70).
She had rounds of 77 and 78 for a total of 155.

She won by two strokes from Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) 76-81

Third on 158 was Grace Crawford (Gullane) with scores of 78 and 80.

OTHER SCORES IN TOP 11 WERE:
160 Luisa Gibson (Irvine) 81 79, Robyn Fowlie (Edzell) 80 80
163 Sophie Murphy (Clydebank and Dist) 85 78, Porscha Wilson (Burntisland Golf House) 84 79, Katie Graham (Hamilton) 83 80.
164 Freya Russell Royal Troon) 81 83

165 Orla O'Leary (Torwoodlee) 89 76
167 Rachel Mathieson (Hazlehead) 84 83.

Click to enlarge

Sunday, 11 August 2019

Megan Docherty is leading Scot in rain delayed U16 Scottish Girls Open Championship

From the Scottish Golf Website

After a three and a half hour delay due to the overnight and early morning rain, play was eventually able to get underway at 11.00am.
In the U16 event, it was Austria’s Anna Neumayer and England’s Leonie Muir who finished the day at the top of the leaderboard after level-par opening rounds of 74.
Neumayer’s opening round included four birdies and four bogeys while Muir carded five birdies alongside three bogeys and a double.
The pair will now take a one-shot lead into tomorrow’s final round.
Portugal’s Sofia Barroso Sa sits one shot back of the leaders on one-over par, largely thanks to a fantastic bogey-free back-nine with eight pars and a closing birdie at 18th.
The top-Scot in the U16 event is Bishopbriggs’ Megan Docherty who posted a two-over par round of 76 and will go into tomorrow’s final round just two shots back from the lead.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her round, Docherty said, “I’m pretty happy with today’s round, I played well and holed some nice putts. We were lucky with the weather after this morning’s delay and only got caught in one shower which was good.
Looking ahead to tomorrow, Docherty said, “It’s a nice position to be in. I’m just going to stay calm and try to play well and see what happens.”
In the U14 event, it was France’s Juliette Demeaux who posted the round of the day with an excellent one-under par 73.
Demeaux’s round included three birdies and two bogeys, and she will now take a two-shot lead into tomorrow’s final round.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her round, Demeaux said, “It feels very good. I was confident as I wanted to play well in Scotland.
“I’m feeling confident. I played well today without attacking too much and that will be the plan again tomorrow, just trying to keep making pars.”
Demeaux’s nearest competitor going into the final round will be Kasumi Tran from Wales who’s round of one-over par has her sitting in second place.
Top Scot in the U14 event after Day 1 is Gullane’s Grace Crawford. Fresh off of competing in last week’s Home Internationals, Crawford made a costly double-bogey at 17 before bouncing back with a birdie on 18 to leave herself just four shots behind the overnight lead.
UNDER 16 GROSS SCORING



Sunday, 21 October 2018

LORNA MCCLYMONT RETAINS THE WEST GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP

Top:Lorna and Megan are presented with the winner and runners up trophy by Valerie McColl
Bottom Left: Megan Jenny Gough (West Chairperson) and Lorna
Bottom Right: Lorna and Megan on the 1st Tee

Lorna McClymont (Milngavie) won the West Girls Championship yesterday over Troon Portland beating Megan Docherty (Bishopbriggs) in the final by 4&3
Both Lorna and Megan played fantastic golf with Lorna coming up trumps to retain the title.
Thanks go to Troon Ladies’ Captain Valerie McColl and Troon Ladies GC for all of their support and hospitality and thanks to Gail McClymont for the photos

Sunday, 8 September 2013

SLGA GRAND MEDAL FINALS

The Grand Medal Finals were played today (Sunday 8th September) at King James VI in Perth.

23 ladies, who had qualified from one of the 6 Regional Medal Finals during the season, played on the Island course in fantastic conditions with the sun shinning and no wind to speak of.

The winner of the Silver Division was Heather Anderson (Blairgowrie) who had the round of the day with a nett 67 six shots ahead of second place.
The winner of the Bronze Division was Vivien Mitchell (Lochend), who finished with a net 74. For all the scores and prize winners please click below.
The best West of Scotland players were  D&A 's Vice Captain Carol Sim (Balmore) with a net 76 in the Silver Division and Anne Nicoll (Ranfurly Castle) who also had a net 77 and was 3rd in the Bronze Section.

The par of course was 73, the SSS 72 and the CSS 73.
Other West of Scotland leading net scores included:
SILVER
79 Gillian Hendry (Douglas Park) (11)
81 Gael Davidson (Clydebank and Dist) (7)

BRONZE 
77 Fiona Cook (Greenock) (19)
79 Emily Dunsmore (Bishopbriggs) (17)

Prizewinners -- Click Here
All Scores --- Click Here

Saturday, 17 October 2009

Patrick Trophy -- Diamond Dinner Celebration

Click on the slideshow above for bigger photos

In 1949, in an attempt to be able to play good competitive golf after working hours, two ladies, Miss Elizabeth Ogilvie from Kirkintilloch Golf Club and Miss Patrick from Bishopbriggs Golf Club began what is now known as The Patrick Trophy League solely for working women in and around the Dunbartonshire district.

The League consists of 7 teams: Bishopbriggs, Cawder, Douglas Park, Hayston, Hilton Park, Kirkintilloch and Lenzie.

60 years later, in keeping with tradition, all games are still played after work within a two month period to make best use of evening light.

To celebrate this occasion, we held a Diamond Celebration Dinner, hosted this year by Hilton Park Golf Club.
It was a very happy evening and making it even more special was the attendance of some the older ladies who were former players. One lady from Lenzie Golf Club, Mrs Rutherford, told our table she remembers playing in the very first match. She is now in her 90’s and unable to play but she still harbours a passion for the game.

After the death of Miss Ogilvie in 1999, (Miss Patrick had pre deceased her), it was decided that an Honorary President be appointed for a 2 year period.

Isabella Gardiner, from Douglas Park Golf Club, had the honour of becoming the first Honorary President.

Cheryl MacDonald, the current Honorary President from Lenzie Golf Club, is pictured in the slideshow cutting the cake before the meal was served.

While our tables were a mix of competitors, all rivalry was set aside with friendship and camaraderie the game plan for the evening.

Lindsay McLean
PTL Secretary

Thanks go to Anne Paton and Lindsay Mclean (Douglas Park) for the photographs and Lindsay for the report