Showing posts with label SCOTTISH SENIORS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SCOTTISH SENIORS. Show all posts

Tuesday, 1 December 2020


East Fife Annual Sporting Awards 2020 - Elaine Moffat won the 'Masters' category for her golfing achievements in 2019/20. 
This category was sponsored by St Andrews  Community Council. 
Elaine is the current Scottish Women's Senior Champion (2018 and 2019) beating West of Scotland's Donna Jackson in the 2019 final
Letter that Elaine received:
'On behalf of the EFSC Executive Committee I am writing to congratulate you all on being shortlisted for the EFSC Sports Awards 2020. We are very sorry not to be able to present these in person, but we are delighted to be able to write to you with the results'. 
Congratulations to winner Elaine Moffat and runners up Bill Duff and Miriam Rennet. 

With thanks to Royal Burgh of St Andrews Community Council for supporting this award

Friday, 30 October 2020

Susie Robertson from Elie and Earlsferry Ladies is believed to be the first woman to ever play all 556 courses in Scotland.

Susie Robertson

From the Women and Golf Magazine 

Susie Robertson (pictured above) from Elie & Earlsferry Ladies is believed to be the first woman to ever play all 556 courses in Scotland. 

 Did you know that there are roughly twice as many golf courses as munros (or mountains) in Scotland? Well, Susie Robertson of Elie & Earlsferry Ladies Golf Club in Fife, certainly does. 
When her husband announced in 2005 that he was going to climb every mountain in Scotland, she decided to do one-up on him and challenge herself to play every single golf course in the country by summer 2020. And guess what.... she's only gone and done it. 
She has played 556 Scottish courses over the last 15 years. It saw her travel over 40,000 miles from as far north as the island of Whalsay, as far west as Barra, as far east as Peterhead and right down south to St. Medan. 
She's ticked off all the courses on the official Visit Scotland 'Golf in Scotland' guide plus some extra ones. After completing 556 courses she now thinks she's played roughly 15,000 (!) holes of golf. 

Playing off a handicap of 18, Susie believes she is the first female to play every course in Scotland. She finished slightly later than planned due to lockdown (we think we can let her off though), and she has just completed her last 18 holes at Gleddoch, Renfrewshire

 Reflecting on her achievement Susie said: "I've played golf all my life but feel very fortunate to still be fit and able enough to play every golf course in Scotland. "I have travelled in excess of 40,000 miles, played in hail, wind, rain and of course lots of sunshine, but most importantly have met some wonderful people along the way and enjoyed every single second." 

 Naturally, the rest of the members at Elie & Earlsferry Ladies Golf Club, which was founded over a century ago in 1884, are absolutely thrilled for her. 
Captain Susan Kennedy said "What an achievement it is. 
 To play every single course in Scotland takes a lot of time and dedication and we, at her home club, are all immensely proud of Susie's success." 
 We're incredibly proud of her too. Congratulations Susie! You are an inspiration to us all. Now go and put your feet up

From CarolFellGolf -- Amazing - Many congratulations Susie -- Having met you at the 2012 Ladies' Senior Home Internationals and you were captain of Elie at the time and Helen Faulds (Douglas Park and Elie) was the Scottish Team Captain you certainly were very active there - leading all the players to do some Scottish Country Dancing at the presentation Dinner. --  I am sure you will still be on the go and active as ever !

Here are some photos from "Down memory Lane Album " from October 2012 CLICK HERE FOR SCOTTISH SENIOR HOME INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS and some VIDEOS from the entertainment after the event.


Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Scottish Seniors Team for Home Internationals is announced

Congratulations to West of Scotland's Donna Jackson in her selection for the Home Internationals. 

Senior Women’s Team for the Home Internationals, County Sligo, Ireland 1st to 3rd October:

Aileen Baker, Crail Golfing Society 
Jennifer Bryans, Harburn 
Alison Davidson, Stirling 
Donna Jackson, Ladies Golf Club Troon 
Lorna McKinlay, Dunnikier Park 
Elaine Moffat, St Regulus Ladies 
Sheena Wood, Aberdeen Ladies 

Thanks to West Vets Captain Chris Fowler for the update.

Saturday, 8 June 2019

Photographs and Video from the Scottish Seniors by Scottish Golf

Lesley Lloyd (caddy) and Donna, Sandra and Donna
Donna receives her runner up award
Denise Cowan (caddy) and Fiona Scott
Photos courtesy of Jean Macintyre and Diane Docherty

Images from this year's Scottish Senior Women's Open are now available to purchase. Check out the gallery and get yours here


ELAINE MOFFAT says a few words to Scottish Golf (unmute if sound is not on)

Friday, 7 June 2019


Elaine Moffat - Scottish Seniors Matchplay Champion (Photo Courtesy of Scottish Golf)

Elaine Moffat from St Regulus Ladies Golf Club today capped a dominant week in Edzell by defending her Scottish Senior Women’s Open title.
Elaine and Donna with the Matchplay Trophy - Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf

Following her victory in the strokeplay earlier in the week, Moffat continued her good form right through the matchplay, eventually being crowned Champion with a 2&1 victory over Donna Jackson of Troon Ladies in this afternoon’s Final.
It was a tough final for Moffat who had to work hard for her victory against Jackson, finding herself 2 down after 8 before a birdie at the 9th helped close the gap to 1.  A solid back 9 then saw her take the title on the 17thgreen.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after her victory, Moffat said, “I’m quite elated and on a bit of a high.  I think it will sink in over the weekend, it’s unbelievable.
“The final was a lot harder than I would have liked, I made it very difficult for myself.  I played some nice golf but also some uncharacteristic golf.  I think that was just the pressure and Donna is such a tough opponent.  That was one of the hardest matches I’ve ever played.”
Moffat had earlier beaten Jennifer Bryans of Harburn Golf Club in the semi-finals 5&3 in glorious conditions in Angus while runner-up Jackson reached the final with a 4&3 win over Aileen Baker of Crail.
On the week’s host venue Edzell, Moffat added, “The course has been out of this world.  The greens are immaculate, the fairways are in tip-top shape, everything is so well thought out and for it to stand up to the rain yesterday is testament to how good it was.” 
Sandra Littlejohn and Donna Jackson
In the net matchplaySandra Littlejohn of Erskine triumphed with a 3&2 victory over Bothwell’s Fiona Scott. 

Sandra Littlejohn is presented with her award --
Photo courtesy of Gillian McGinlay

Fiona Scott - Photo courtesy of Jean Macintyre


Photos courtesy of Scottish Golf


Semi: Finals 
Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) beat Jennifer Bryans (Harburn) 5&3
Donna Jackson (Troon Ladies) beat Aileen Baker (Crail) 4&3

Elaine Moffat beat Donna Jackson 2&1


Semi: Finals 
Fiona Scott (Bothwell Castle) beat Louise Graham (Carnoustie) 4&3
Claire Capocci (Bridge of Allan) lost Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine) 2 holes

Fiona Scott lost to Sandra Littlejohn 3&2

Thursday, 6 June 2019


After today’s two rounds of matchplay at Edzell, the line-up for this year’s Semi Finals of the Scottish Senior Women’s Open are now confirmed.
In the top half of the draw, defending champion Elaine Moffat will take on Jennifer Bryans of Harburn Golf Club.
Bryans followed up a 4&3 morning victory over Sandra Jackson with another fantastic victory over second seed Allison Davidson by the same score line in the afternoon.  Despite entering the matchplay as 13thseed after rounds of 82 and 79, Bryan is now one match away from a shot at the title.
Speaking to Scottish Golf after reaching the semi-finals, Bryans said, “I’m delighted with today’s results and the way I played.  I’m feeling good about my game and there’s no pressure on me tomorrow.  
“I played Elaine at Blairgowrie last year, so I know how good she is.  I just want to go out and enjoy it.  I’ll have a nice quiet night tonight and look forward to getting going again tomorrow.” 
Bryans now faces the formidable task of trying to knock out defending champion, and this year’s strokeplay winner, Elaine Moffat.
Moffat cruised through her last-16 tie against Edzell member Ann Hay with a 7&6 victory, before progressing to the final with a 2&1 win over Iona McKean of Cottesmore Golf and Country Club.
Moffat told Scottish Golf, “I’m very happy to get through both games. I made a few mistakes but there was a lot of decent golf in there.  
“I’m looking forward to tomorrow a lot. It’s a great feeling to get into Friday.  I just need to regroup and reset for a new game of golf in the morning now.”  
In the bottom half of the draw, Donna Jackson of Troon will face Aileen Baker of Crail for a place in the final.
Donna Jackson (Photo Courtesy of Scottish Golf) 

Jackson reached the semi-finals with a 2&1 victory over Caroline Steedman of Murrayfield in the morning, before an impressive 4&3 victory over third seed Mary Smith of Tain.
Her opponent, Baker, who finished as runner-up in the strokeplay, narrowly reached the last-8 with a 1up victory over Ellie Whyte, before another narrow victory by the same score line over Liz Stewart in the afternoon.
Tomorrow’s Semi Finals will get underway at 8.30am, with Moffat and Bryans leading the way, followed by Jackson and Stewart at 8.45am. The final will then take place in the afternoon with a 13.20 tee off.


1st Round
Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) beat Ann Hay (Edzell) 7&6
Iona McKean (Cottesmore Golf and Country Club) beat Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) 3&2
Sandra Jackson (Royal Dornoch) lost to Jennifer Bryans (Harburn) 4&3
Alison Davidson (Stirling) beat Frances Millar (Carnoustie Caledonia) 4&3
Donna Jackson (Troon Ladies) beat Caroline Steedman (Murrayfield) 2&1
Mary Smith (Tain) beat Kay Knight (Pitlochry) 2&1
Liz Stewart (Harburn) beat Lorna McKinlay (Dunniker) 2 holes
Aileen Baker (Crail) beat Ellie Whyte (Aberdeen Ladies ) 1 hole

Quarter Finals:
Elaine Moffat beat Iona McKean 3&1
Jennifer Bryans beat Alison Davidson 4&3
Donna Jackson beat Mary Smith 4&3
Liz Stewart lost to Aileen Baker 1 hole

Semi: Finals (Friday 7th June am) - Tee times 08:30 and 08:45
Elaine Moffat v Jennifer Bryans
Donna Jackson v Aileen Baker

The Handicap Matchplay first round had 6 of the games going to the 18th hole and beyond with Renfrewshire's Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine) and Lanarkshire's Fiona Scott (Bothwell Castle) again winning in the afternoon against Claire Capocci (Bridge of Allan ) and Louise Graham (Carnoustie) respectively to reach tomorrow morning's semifinals


1st Round
May Hughes (Lanark) beat Fiona Thorburn (Baberton) 1 hole
Caroline King (Clober)lost to Fiona Scott (Bothwell Castle) 3&2
Liz Fertacz (Blairgowrie) lost to Anne Ryan (Tain) 1 hole
Fiona Hay (Grange and Broughty) lost to Louise Graham (Carnoustie ) 4&3
Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) lost to Fiona Cameron (Cowglen) 22nd hole
Fiona Ross (Glenbervie) lost to Claire Cappocci (Bridge of Allan) 19th hole
Shiona Chillas (Panmure) lost to Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine) 19th hole  
Morag Wardrop (Turnhouse) lost to Isla McCrone ( Turnhouse) 19th hole

Quarter Finals:
May Hughes lost to Fiona Scott 1 hole
Anne Ryan lost to Louise Graham 21st hole
Fiona Cameron lost to Claire Capocci 3&2
Sandra Littlejohn beat Isla McCrone 3&2

Semi: Finals (Friday 7th June am) Tee Time 08.00 and 08:15
Fiona Scott v Louise Graham
Claire Capocci v Sandra Littlejohn

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Elaine Moffat takes Scottish Senior Women’s strokeplay title at Edzell

Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf

From the Scottish Golf Website
Defending champion Elaine Moffat picked up where she left off on day 1 as she secured the strokeplay title at this year’s Scottish Senior Women’s Open Championship.
A solid round of 76 in reasonable conditions saw her finish +2 overall and record a two-shot victory over Aileen Baker of Crail.
Baker posted the best round of the day, 75, to finish on +4 overall. Despite finishing strongly, playing her last 7 holes in -1, she couldn’t quite close the gap on Moffat and had to settle for a runner-up finish.
Speaking to Scottish Golf about her strokeplay victory, Moffat said, “It’s amazing, it’s still sinking in but it’s a really nice feeling.  
“It was a hard game of golf and I was really aware that I needed to stay focussed.  There was definitely added pressure starting the day with the lead, but in a good way; it made me stay on my toes.  I didn’t play my best, but I made good decisions and I’m pleased to have got through it.
It’s something I’ve not won before so it’s lovely to have that under my belt. I’m going to enjoy the moment. I have to thank my coach Mike Rae who has been key in helping me to achieve this.”
On regrouping for the start of the matchplay tomorrow, Moffat continued, “I’ll go home, get all the gear sorted out and once I’ve done that I’ll just try and rest up and get my brain back in the right mode for another day on the golf course.” 
Moffat’s nearest challengers at the start of the day, Sandra Jackson of Royal Dornoch and Alison Davidson of Stirling, fell away on day 2, both shooting +8. Both players will now look to regroup going into the knockout stages.
Last year’s beaten finalist, Sheena Wood, recovered from an opening round of 84 to make the matchplay with a solid second round of 78, keeping her hopes of going one better than last year alive.
The biggest leaderboard climb of the day belonged to Murrayfield’s Caroline Steedman, who bounced back from a first round 85 to shoot 76 today and finish in the top 16, having started the day in a tie for 34th.
The tournament will now move to the knockout stages where the top 16 scratch scores will progress to the matchplay, starting tomorrow morning with the cut falling at +14 after the strokeplay with 3 players missing out on their second round scores.

 The top 16 net scores from the rest of the field will also now compete in the net matchplay.

par 148 (2x74) SSS 72 CSS 74 75
150 E Moffat (St Regulus) 74 76
152 A Baker (Crail GS) 77 75
156 M Smith (Tain) 79 77
157 S Jackson (Royal Dornoch) 75 82, A Davidson (Stirling) 75 82.
158 D Jackson (Troon Ladies) 82 76, E Stewart (Greenburn) 80 78, I McKean (Cottesmore) 80 78.
160 S Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) 82 78, L McKinlay (Dunnikier Park) 81 79
161 C W Steedman (Murrayfield) 85 76, F Miller (Carnoustie Caledonia) 84 77. J Bryans (Harburn) 82 79 K Knight (Pitlochry) 80 81, E Whyte (Aberdeen Ladies) 79 82.
162 A Hay (Edzell) 85 77, G Kyle (East Renfrewshire) 81 81, L Lloyd (Hayston) 80 82, F Hay (Grange and Broughty) 78 84
163 M Hughes (Lanark) 86 77
164 M Wardrop (Turnhouse) 86 78, H Anderson (Blairgowrie) 85 79, A Ryan (Tain) 83 81, S MacLeod (Deeside) 83 81.
165 B S Biggart (North Berwick) 86 79, W Nicholson (Baberton) 84 81, J Brown (Monifieth) 83 82
166 C Capocci (Bridge of Allan) 74 72, D Watson (Leven GS) 83 83, F Scott (Bothwell Castle) 82 84, K Sutherland (Royal Montrose) 80 86
168 A Glennie (Kilmarnock Barassie) 87 81, L Graham (Carnoustie Ladies) 85 83
170 K Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) 90 80, L Keohone (Loudoun Gowf) 88 82, Denise Cowan (Ranfurly Castle) 82,88


Matchplay Draw 1st Round:

Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) v Ann Hay (Edzell) 
Iona McKean (Cottesmore Golf and Country Club) v Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies)
Sandra Jackson (Royal Dornoch) v Jennifer Bryans (Harburn)
Alison Davidson (Stirling) v Frances Millar (Carnoustie Caledonia) 
Donna Jackson (Troon Ladies) v Caroline Steedman (Murrayfield) 
Mary Smith (Tain) v Kay Knight (Pitlochry) 1
Liz Stewart (Harburn) v Lorna McKinlay (Dunniker) 
Aileen Baker (Crail) v Ellie Whyte (Aberdeen Ladies ) 

Handicap Matchplay 1st round :

May Hughes (Lanark) v Fiona Thorburn (Baberton) 
Caroline King (Clober) v Fiona Scott (Bothwell Castle)
Liz Fertacz (Blairgowrie) v Anne Ryan (Tain) 
Fiona Hay (Grange and Broughty) v Louise Graham (Carnoustie ) 
Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) v Fiona Cameron (Cowglen) 
Fiona Ross (Glenbervie) v Claire Cappocci (Bridge of Allan) 
Shiona Chillas (Panmure) v Sandra Littlejohn (Erskine)   
Morag Wardrop (Turnhouse) v Isla McCrone ( Turnhouse)

Live Scoring from Edzell

The Scottish Senior Women's Open Championship from Edzell Golf Club. 

For Live Scoring —- CLICK HERE

Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Elaine Moffat leads the field at Edzell despite a double bogey at the last

Photo courtesy of Scottish Golf

From the Scottish Golf Website

The 2018 Scottish Senior Women’s Open Championship title-holder Elaine Moffat made a strong start as she aims to defend her Scottish Senior Women’s Open title, posting a par round of 74 in excellent conditions at Edzell. 

 Moffat, the highest ranked player going into the week, carded four birdies and two bogies, before a double bogey 7 on the last saw her end Day 1 at the top of the leaderboard on level par. 

 Speaking to Scottish Golf after her round, Moffat said, “It was pretty good, I’ve enjoyed getting going. It was mostly a good round with a few wee blemishes, but we won’t dwell on them. There was enough good stuff in there to take home, enjoy and regroup for tomorrow.” 
 On being overnight leader and looking ahead to the rest of the week, Moffat continued, “It’s a good feeling. I would take it any day of the week, it’s a nice place to be. “It would be an absolute dream come true to make it to the final and have another shot at the trophy, but I know they are all coming for it, so you’ve just got to do one job at a time and not get ahead of yourself.” 

 Going into the second round of stroke-play tomorrow, Moffat (St Regulus) will start one shot clear of playing partner Alison Davidson from Stirling Golf Club, and Sandra Jackson of Royal Dornoch. Aileen Baker on +3, and Fiona Hay on +4 will also be looking for a good second round as they look to chase down Moffat at the top of the leaderboard. Last year’s defeated finalist, Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies), will be looking to bounce back from a +8 round of 82 which leaves her in tied-16th and battling to make Thursday and Friday’s knock-out stages. 

The 80-strong field will play another round of stroke-play tomorrow to crown the stroke-play champion, with the top-16 scratch scorers progressing to the knock-out stages, and the next 16 best net scores qualifying for the net match-play.

Leading Scores : SSS 72 CSS 74
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CLICK HERE for all the results

Thursday, 25 April 2019


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Saturday, 9 March 2019


Spaniard Macarena Campomanes won  the Spanish Seniors Championship today at La Manga Club , Spain. 
The Madrid golfer started the final round with three shot advantage over Maria de orueta, and added her second title in this tournament.

A relaxed Elaine Moffat - Photo Courtesy of Ellie Whyte
Scot Elaine Moffat was the top Scot finishing at the near top of the leaderboard in 5th Place behind 4 Spaniards.

Frances Millar had an excellent last round of 77 to climb up the leaderboard to 23rd place out of 90 competitors


1st. Macarena Campomanes 226 (73, 74, 79)
2nd. Maria De Orueta  229 (76, 79, 74)
3rd. Xonia Wunsch Ruiz  230 (76, 76, 78)

The Scots in the sunshine in Spain - Photo courtesy of Ellie Whyte
5th =:  Elaine Moffat 235 (78, 83, 74)
23=: Frances Millar 247 (82, 88, 77)
30th:  Maureen  Richmond 249 (88, 77, 84)
35th=:  Sheena Wood 251 (82, 83, 86)
42nd=:  Gillian Kyle 254 (83, 89, 82)
58th : Liz Stewart 263 (85, 89, 89)


Sue Penman, Donna Jackson, Lesley Johnson,

Friday, 8 March 2019


Macarena Campomanes took a strong step toward what could be her second title in the International Women's Individual Spain, which is being held at the Real La Manga Club with a field of 90 golfers, 21 of them Spanish. 

1st -Macarena Campomanes 147
2nd =. -Xonia Wunsch Ruiz 152
2nd = Maria Dolagaray Castillo  152

10th - Elaine Moffat 161 (78, 83 )
20th Maureen Richmond 165 (88,77),   Sheena Wood 165 (82,83)
37th Frances Millar 170 (82,88)
50th = Gillian Kyle 172 (83,89)
57th = Liz Stewart 174 (85,89)

Sue Penman, Donna Jackson, Lesley Johnson,

Wednesday, 6 March 2019


RLCGA and West Vets - Donna Jackson, Gillian Kyle and Liz Stewart
Google Translate report !!

The Spanish Women's Doubles 2019 International Championship title stays on Spanish soil thanks to the good work of Madrid's María de Orueta and Xonia Wünsch, the best in the second day of the tournament held at the Real La Manga Club (Cartagena, Murcia). 

This Thursday begins the individual competition with the participation of 90 players. 

 It should be noted that at the end of this tournament Doubles will start the individual competition, in which 90 players, many of them also arriving from different parts of Europe, will seek a title to be awarded next Saturday. Also in this case La Manga Club is the scenario. 

 1.- María De Orueta / Xonia Wünsch 149 (71 + 78) 
 2.- María Castillo / Beatriz de Arenas 153 (74 + 79) 
 3.- Lin Culver / Giggi Higgins 154 (71 + 83) <

16. - Gillian Kyle & Elaine Moffat 161 (76 + 85)
19. -  Ellie Whyte and Sheena Wood, 164 (76 +88)
20=.  Donna Jackson and Liz Stewart 165 (78 + 87)
34. - Louise Graham and Frances Millar 174 (83 + 91)
35=.  Lesley Johnson and Susan Penman 176 (80+ 96)
 38. - Dulcie Brown and Anne Brownie  179  (87 + 92)


Tuesday, 5 March 2019


The first round of the Spanish Senior Ladies Amateur Fourball at Real La Manga Club was played today.
The leading score after Round 1 was by the Swedish pairing of Lotta Redin and Kristin Soderstrom with a 3 under par 70

Scots Results  
76 Gillian Kyle and Elaine Moffat, Ellie Whyte and Sheena Wood,
78 Donna Jackson and Liz Stewart
80 Lesley Johnson and Susan Penman
83 Louise Graham and Frances Millar 
87 Dulcie Brown and Anne Brownie


Tuesday, 20 November 2018


From the Scottish Golf Website

The female trio of Hannah McCook, Louise Duncan and Elaine Moffat are celebrating after winning their respective domestic 2018 Order of Merit titles.
Winner of the women’s title for the third year-in-a-row, Hannah McCook’s impressive season included phenomenal back-to-back victories at both the Irish and Welsh Women’s Open Stroke Play Championship, a semi-final finish in the Scottish Women’s Amateur Championship at Elie and a top-5 finish at the St Rule Trophy.
Grantown-on-Spey’s McCook also enjoyed success on the team front, playing a pivotal role in Scotland’s first Women’s Home Internationals victory since 2010 at Ballybunnion, Ireland.
Following her victories, McCook said “I’ve won a couple of University events, but this is the first time I have found some form in an International sense. At the beginning of the year my goal was to win but to have done so twice in a row was just amazing.”
Louise Duncan

At the girls’ level, West Kilbride’s Louise Duncan topped the rankings after a fantastic season which included victory in the Fairhaven Trophy, runner-up in the Xact Scottish Girls Amateur Championship and a total of seven top-10 finishes.
Elaine Moffat

In the seniors, Elaine Moffat (St Regulus Ladies) came out on top after a fine season which included three victories in six events. Moffat’s wins included the Scottish Senior Women’s Match-play Championship, the Midlands Regional Vets Championship and the SVLGA Championship.
Moffat also made her international debut, representing Scotland in both the European Team Championships and the Senior Ladies Home Internationals.
  • Women’s Order of Merit Winner – Hannah McCook (Grantown-on-Spey)
  • Girls’ Order of Merit Winner – Louise Duncan (West Kilbride)
  • Senior Women’s Order of Merit Winner – Elaine Moffat (St Regulus Ladies
  • Men’s Order of Merit Winner – Euan McIntosh (Turnhouse)
  • Senior Men’s Order of Merit Winner – Ronnie Clarke (Erskine)
  • Boys’ Order of Merit Winner – Greg Dalziel (Airdrie)

Tuesday, 18 September 2018


The Championship shall consist of 54 holes stroke play. 

One round of 18 holes shall be played on each of the first two days. The groups and starting times for the second round shall be determined by the scores on the first day, players with the lowest scores starting last. 

The players returning the 40 lowest scores, and any tying for 40th place, over the first 36 holes shall qualify for the final 18 holes on the third day. 

For the final 18 holes, the pairings and starting times shall be determined by the qualifying scores, players with the lowest scores starting last. 


Sunday, 1 July 2018


The Main Prize-winners

Alex Glennie, 2011 SLGA President Emma Wilson and Noreen Fenton

The Scottish Seniors Strokeplay was won by Alex Glennie in 2011at Dunskey,  Portpatrick 
The Matchplay Champion was Noreen Fenton 

The weather was great that week - - not quite as hot as at Prestwick St Nicholas.

Sorry not to be at Prestwick but it brought back some good memories and fun we all had that I  thought you might like a trip down memory lane !!

Scottish Seniors PortPatrick Dunskey 2011 - PHOTOGRAPHS

Indoor Practice Putting
Practice Round
First Round Strokeplay and Senior Supper
2nd round Strokeplay and Prize Giving
The Play off for last places in matchplay Stages

Quarter Finals of Championship Matchplay and Handicap Matchplay
Around and about Portpatrick
Scottish Seniors Matchplay Semi Finals 
Scottish Seniors Final and Prizegiving

Videos from the Senior Supper and Matchplay Winner

Friday, 29 June 2018


Elaine Moffat -- Courtesy of Scottish Golf
Former Scottish women's amateur golf champion Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) beat Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) by two holes in the final of the Scottish senior women's open amateur championship at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club today (Friday). 

Moffat was two up after seven holes but Wood fought back to be one up after 12 holes. Moffat got on terms again by winning the 13th and was two up after 15. 

The handicap championship was won by Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) who beat Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) 4 and 2 in the final. 

Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) bt Susan Penman (Gullane) at 19th. 
Elaine Moffat (St Regulus) bt Maureen Richmond (Royal Liverpool) 3 and 2.

Elaine Moffat beat Sheena Wood 2 holes

Isla McCrone (Turnhouse) bt Barbara Biggart (North Berwick) 6 and 5. 
Karen Ballantyne (Craigmillar Park) bt Joanne Sharp (Kilmarnock Barassie) 2 and 1.

Isla McCrone bt Karen Ballantyne 4 and 2