Tuesday, 18 February 2020


Penny Brown

Scottish Women’s squad member, Penny Brown (Stirling University) has asked for some help with her dissertation project. 

Penny is looking for people to complete a survey which is titled ‘Motives and Points of Attachment of Golf Spectators in Great Britain’. 

She is looking to gain an understanding of why people attend professional golf events. 

Penny would be grateful if you could take the time to complete it.

The link is below and the survey is open until the 28th March 2020. 


Thursday, 13 February 2020

Historic club captaincy for Elaine Farquharson-Black at Deeside

Winning Curtis Cup captain Elaine Farquharson-Black is the first woman
to be elected as Deeside Golf Club's captain

From the Scotsman Newspaper

Elaine Farquharson-Black's latest addition to an impressive golfing CV has earned the Aberdeen solicitor a place in the record books.

She has become the first female to be elected club captain in the 117-year history of Deeside Golf Club, where she has been a member since she was ten years old. 
At the age of 14, she won the Deeside Ladies' Championship for the first time, a feat she repeated for five consecutive years until national and international events began to take precedence.
She came out of 'retirement' to win the championship again in the club's centenary year, while six months pregnant with her second son. 
Farquharson-Black represented the club in junior, ladies and men's matches before becoming an honorary member in 1990, the same year she won the Scottish Ladies' Amateur Championship.
"I am honoured to be asked to be the captain of Deeside," said Farquharson-Black, a former Scottish and British internationalist, of her election.
"I see this as an opportunity for me to give something back to the club for the tremendous support which members have given me during my golfing career."
The winning Curtis Cup captain is an active supporter of junior golf within Deeside and was junior convener in 2016-2017 before being appointed vice-captain in 2018.
"As a progressive and vibrant club, we are delighted that Elaine has accepted the Captaincy at Deeside," said club manager Debbie Pern. "She has earned the respect of members both on and off the course. 
"During her time as vice captain, Elaine has been instrumental in the preparation of a Strategic Plan to secure the future success of the club and she will take the lead in its implementation as captain."


Hazel MacGarvie, Catriona Matthew Chloe Goadby and Dean Robertson

University of Stirling  was honoured to welcome former University of Stirling scholar athlete and Solheim Cup-winning captain Catriona Matthew to campus yesterday where she spoke to their current athletes about her inspirational golfing journey


Wednesday, 12 February 2020


Scottish Golf yesterday announced its 2020 fixtures for golfers of all ages and abilities, including the launch of its newest combined Male and Female club event, The Scottish Medal Finals with the lucky winners progressing to play at a specially commissioned amateur event played alongside the European Tour GolfSixes event at Oitavos Dunes, Cascais Portugal in May 2021.

The newly combined Medal Finals event will be open to male and female club golfers, with affiliated clubs invited to enter three of their top performing net players from their 2019 season’s monthly medals into one of six Regional Finals taking place during May, June and July.

On the day of the Regional Final, male and female players will play alongside each other with the top six net male and female qualifiers booking their place at the Home of Golf for the Grand Final which will be played over The Dukes Course on Saturday 22 August with the overall male and female players winning the trip of a lifetime progressing to play at a specially commissioned amateur event played alongside the European Tour GolfSixes event at Oitavos Dunes, Cascais Portugal next year. 

The offering for club golfers continues with the hugely successful and free-to-enter R&A 9-Hole Challenge, with Milnathort once again playing host to the two-day Scottish National Final on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 June. The prize for the top four teams from the National Final is the money-can’t-buy, all expenses paid experience of playing in the R&A 9-hole Challenge Final over Royal St. Georges on the eve of The 149th Open Championship where they will compete against fellow qualifiers from Australia, England, Ireland, Wales and New Zealand for the overall title.

Completing the portfolio of National Championships for club golfers is the free-to-enter PING Scottish Mixed Championship which will this year be played over the former Men’s and Women’s Scottish Open venue, Gullane No.1 on Friday 23 September where the Top 40 pairs from a National Leaderboard qualify for a great day out and some fantastic prizes courtesy of championship sponsors PING. 

Fraser Munro, Head of Events at Scottish Golf, said: We see bringing the Men’s and Women’s Scottish Medal Finals together as a natural and hugely positive step and one which has allowed us to really raise the bar in terms of player experience and prizes. We are grateful to the European Tour, R&A and PING for providing some outstanding prizes, underlining our commitment to golfers of all ages and abilities and we would encourage all clubs to take up these opportunities. Our events themselves provide a great platform for host clubs to market themselves to a global audience and we would like to thank them and our partners for their continued support”.

At elite level, the domestic season tees off with the Scottish Boys’ and Girls’ Open Championships taking place 8-10 April at North Berwick and Powfoot.

Scottish Golf’s flagship Women’s and Men’s Amateur Championships will be staged over Ladybank  (5 – 7 June) and Murcar Golf Links & Portlethen (28 July – 1 August) with two Open Championship venues in Muirfield (29-31 May) and Royal Troon (Troon Portland & Old Course) (17-19 April) playing host to the Scottish Men’s Open and Helen Holm Scottish Women’s Open Championships respectively.

Elsewhere the Scottish Senior Men’s Open Championship will take place at Duff House Royal (17-19 June), Pollok will host the Scottish Senior Women’s Open Championship (23 – 26 June) with the Scottish Boys’ and Girls’ Amateur Championships being held at Haggs Castle and Strathaven in July, with Kirkcaldy and Stirling completing the offering by hosting the Scottish Boy’s U14 Open and Scottish Girl’s Open (9 – 10 August) respectively. 

Entries for all 2020 Scottish Golf National Championships are now open on the new Scottish Golf website. To enter, please click CLICK HERE
  • Please note if you are trying to enter on mobile, you may be required to allow pop-ups in your phone’s internet browsing settings.

Tuesday, 11 February 2020


Scottish LET Golf Professional Michele Thomson is now attached to the Paul Lawrie Golf Centre

Michele is delighted and thanks PaulLawriegolf for this opportunity. She would also like to thank Oldmeldrum Golf Club  for their support over the last few years. 

She says " I'm excited for this new chapter going forward. Bring on the 2020 LETgolf season."


MyGolfRanking.net LADIES AYRSHIRE GOLFERS of Week 2020/06 is LORNA SPENCER of Largs Ladies, who rises to No 2 on MGR AYRSHIRE Ladies Ranking

1 Audrey Thompson (Loudoun Gowf) 1069 points 
2 Lorna Spencer (Largs) 968 
3 Gillian Kennedy (Troon Welbeck) 959 
T4 Aileen Anderson (Loudoun Gowf), Anne Burns (Loudoun Gowf) 951 
6 Christine Whitelaw (Largs) 918 
7 Gillian Gowers (Loudoun Gowf) 917 
8 Janet Harkness (Skelmorlie) 902 
9 Jean Capes (Largs) 898 
10 Roz McCulloch (Girvan) 897 

1 Loudoun Gowf Ladies 878 
2 Largs Ladies 863 
3 Troon Welbeck 830 
4 Skelmorlie Ladies 819 
5 Girvan Ladies 722 
6 Brodick Ladies 447 

Some clubs in AYRSHIRE have not returned the MyGolfRanking Permission Form required to feature on MGR. If you have not received a form and require one, please email davidmoir@mail.com

For up-to-date Club MGRanking lists, full Regional, National and International Rankings, and How It Works, visit  -- www.mygolfranking.net. 

The MGR service is free for clubs and members to register 

Saturday, 8 February 2020



Louise Duncan (West Kilbride and University of Stirling) took top spot in the R&A Student  Series tournament this week in Portugal by a margin of 12 shots from Penny Brown (University of Stirling) and Chloe Goadby (University of Stirling) who was in 3rd place 14 shots behind.

Louise was four under par for her 3 rounds

Players can earn Tour Series Order of Merit points by playing in 2 or more of the 4 qualifying events taking place in Scotland, Ireland, Spain and Portugal. 

The top players after the Tour Series: Portugal will qualify for The R&A Student Tour Series Final in April 2020 taking place over Carnoustie Championship Course, The Eden and the Old Course in St Andrews (at what was previously The R&A Scholars Tournament). 


Wednesday, 5 February 2020

Unique Club Hire Scheme, Strathmore Golf Club

Scottish Golf have adopted and launched Strathmore Golf Club Iain Butchart’s Hire Scheme today. 

Iain said “Last year we had 59 sets out on Hire to a membership of 78 juniors.”
“We took in 28 new Junior members last year and 30 the year before. “
Growing Golf membership can be achieved and it starts with Juniors. 

Last year we also took in 13 adult members by running family Taster Sessions and our weekly Family Fun Events are becoming more popular all the time. 

Link to Scottish GolfBY CLICKING HERE to read more

Thanks go to Iain for the news

Scottish Golf projects its digital future with new brand launch

A new era for Scottish Golf

The governing body for golf in Scotland has today launched its new brand as the organisation gets set to embrace the digital world. Unveiled at Scotland’s Three Sisters in the beautiful Glencoe Mountain Range, the organisation’s new-look logo was digitally projected on to the side of the iconic mountains.

The logo, which maintains the recognisable Scottish Golf brand, has been modernised to create a more digital feel, ensuring the national governing body can be easily identified with a contemporary logo that is fit for purpose across all platforms.

Andrew McKinlay, CEO at Scottish Golf said, “This is an extremely exciting time for us here at Scottish Golf as we enter a new era and challenge the status quo through the use of digital technology. "
"Our new logo has been designed carefully to celebrate our history while also broadening our horizons to welcome new people into our game." 
"As the governing body for the sport here in its home, we all take responsibility in being custodians of the game and its future." 
"We know that it is important that we continue to adapt to changes in an evolving landscape to encourage more people to enjoy the game.”

The new logo is part of a wider rebranding exercise which includes a new Scottish Golf website designed to reflect our vision of making golf Scotland’s game for everyone. The new website will provide our audience with a straightforward user experience, where information is at their fingertips.

Iain Forsyth, Chief Commercial Officer at Scottish Golf added, “The new Scottish Golf brand is representative of the journey we are on as a sport in Scotland. We believe that by taking advantage of developments in technology to modernise the game, while also continuing to celebrate our heritage, we can appeal to more people to ensure that the game of golf in Scotland has a bright and prosperous future.
“With our updated website, users will have an enhanced experience with Scottish Golf which we believe will make accessing information about tournaments, news and education far easier for everyone. This is a key step in becoming more accessible to everyone and the new website will also fully integrate with Scottish Golf’s new Venue Management System to make the experience for golfer and golf club seamless and straightforward.” 

To visit the new Scottish Golf website, please  CLICK HERE

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

Saturday, 1 February 2020

Carol and Alyson reach the finals of the Renfrewshire Winter Foursomes

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Home players  Carol McNally and Alyson McGinnigle (Williamwood) played the Whitecraigs pairing of Lorna Boyd and Linda Hay in the RLCGA Winter Foursomes Semi Final a couple of weeks ago. 

For a January day the weather and course were extremely favourable. 

 The home team took an early lead over the first several holes but with a magnificent Golden Ferret by Lorna the game sat at Williamwood 3 up playing 6th which was halved in birdies. 

After halving 7th; Whitecraigs' ladies won 8th hole and Williamwood 9th. 
The toughest hole on the course was halved. Williamwood won par 3 11th followed by Whitecraigs winning the tricky 12th. 

 After Williamwood winning 13th and the long 14th being halved this meant home duo dormie 4. Good drive by Alyson set up par and a win on 15th green. 

 A really friendly game in great County spirit.

Carol and Alyson now meet the winners of the other semi final between Alison Murray and Lesley Robertson (Ranfurly Castle) and Morag Key (Ralston) and Anita McMillan (Erskine)


From the Lanarkshire County Website

It is with much sadness that Lanarkshire Ladies' County Golf Association announce the death of Past Captain Betty McCormack. 

Betty had been ill for many years and had been resident in a nursing home. 

She was a very good golfer and was a regular member of the LLCGA team for many years. 
She won the championship in 1963, 1967, 1978 and runner up in 1964,1969, 1974 and 1980. 

Betty's funeral will take place on Monday at 10am at Maryhill Crematorium.

Wednesday, 29 January 2020


The SVLGA and Captain Karen Ballantyne are delighted to announce the team who will be travelling to Dublin to play against the Irish Seniors at the Roganstown Course on Sunday 29th and Monday 30th March.  

We will be taking the Mary McKenna Perpetual Trophy back to Ireland and we do hope it will be making the return journey with us on the Monday.

The team is:
Alison Davidson Midland
Karen Ferguson-Sneddon East
Donna Jackson West
Gillian Kyle West
Lesley Lloyd West
Lorna Mckinlay Midland
Elaine Moffat Midland
Sheena Wood Northern
Jennifer Bryans East

Particular congratulations to 'baby vet' Karen Ferguson-Sneddon (pictured above) who turned 50 at the end of 2019 and will be making her debut in the event.  Karen is pictured here after her impressive win at the East of Scotland Championship last year.

Monday, 27 January 2020


Wendy with RLCGA Captain Sandra Littlejohn - Photo courtesy of Fiona Armour
Many congratulations go to Wendy Cameron -- RLCGA'S Honorary President and West Vets Honorary President 

Wendy is celebrating a very Big Birthday today.  
A joint card has been sent to her by email Click here for her Birthday Card  - 
If using a mobile phone (turn to landscape or on a PC click on the small square at the bottom right to get full screen)

Wendy would like you to know that she is still having an active life and wants to prove it to you all !! -- Click Here

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Sunday, 26 January 2020


Photograph - Courtesy of the European Ladies Tour

Amy Boulden will return to the Ladies European Tour in 2020 after winning Qualifying School at La Manga Club by three strokes from Magdalena Simmermacher and Alison Muirhead

Boulden, the 2014 LET Rookie of the Year, closed the Final Stage with a round of five-under-par 68 on the South Course for a 90-hole total of 351, 10-under-par. 

Alison Muirhead, who topped the field in Pre-Qualifying at La Manga, which was her first tournament as professional, ended with a 71 to take the third card. 

The 21-year-old Scot, who lives in Dubai, said: “It feels amazing. I never expected this to be the outcome. To do last week and this week and finish first and second, I’m really pleased. It’s been a long two weeks and I’m excited for the tour and feel like I’m ready to be playing. 
Today, I didn’t have my A game, but I kept it together and sunk some big putts, which gave me a lot of confidence coming into the last five holes. 
Amy played spectacularly and it was amazing to watch and be part of it.” 

Alice Hewson from Hertfordshire in England took the final spot in Category 5c in fifth place on five-under-par.

(After the Final Round, the top five players are eligible for LET Membership in Category 5c. 
Players from the 6th to the 20th position are eligible for Membership in Category 8a. 
Players who have made the 72-hole cut to the leading 60 and ties and finished in position 21st and below, are ranked according to score and are eligible for Membership in Category 9b. 
Players that fail to make the cut after 72 holes, are eligible for LET membership in Category 12a and will be ranked in final score order)

To read the full report go to the Ladies European Tour Website



Top  Left: Sheila Pickles and Rosie Muir
Top Right: Julie Neal and Julie Tulloch
Bottom Left: Some of the 
Bottom Right: Helen Convery (Captain)
On Friday 24th January, 68 Troon Ladies played in their annual 9 hole Tartan Greensomes followed by the traditional lunch of haggis, neeps & tatties. 
Captain Helen Convery presented prizes to the Front 9 winners - Julie Neal & Julia Tulloch and the Back winners - Rosie Muir and Sheila Pickles.

Thanks go to Gillian Kyle for the report and photographs 

Saturday, 25 January 2020


Alison Muirhead - Photo Courtesy of the Ladies European Tour
Amy Boulden and Alison Muirhead share the lead heading into the final round of LET Qualifying School at La Manga Club in Murcia.

 The leaders are tied on five-under-par 283 after four rounds, including two rounds on the North and South Courses respectively. 

After a tough third round of 77 on the North Course, co-leader Muirhead was delighted to bounce back with a bogey-free three-under-par round of 70 on the South. 
The 21-year-old Scot said: “It was really steady today and I enjoyed it. The conditions altered during the round so it was good to keep it steady and hit a lot of greens. 
I just kept lipping out for birdie, so it was very nice to see the ball rolling close today and to bounce back, especially after yesterday. 

I’m very pleased. “I’m feeling really good heading into tomorrow. It’s obviously another day, but I feel like my putter is working well. I didn’t hole as many putts today, but you obviously save them for the next day, so I’m really looking forward to tomorrow.”

To read the full report go to the Ladies European Tour Website


Unfortunately none of the other Scots made the final Cut.
Hannah McCook and Heather Macrae missed the final cut by 3 shots. Rachael Taylor and Gabrielle Macdonald were the other 2. 

Thursday, 23 January 2020


Alison Muirhead

From the Ladies European Tour Website

The Ladies European Tour Qualifying School got underway at La Manga Club yesterday (Wednesday 22nd January) in somewhat benign conditions in comparison to what had been experienced over the previous couple of days, with Storm Gloria causing destruction at the resort in Cartagena, Spain.

Alison Muirhead, who last week won the Pre-Qualifier event for the Final Stage of Ladies European Tour Qualifying School, continued her impressive form firing a superb six-under-par 67 around the South Course at La Manga Club in Cartagena, Spain.
As the sun finally came out, Muirhead’s game warmed up and she rolled in seven birdies on the way to posting the round of the day, to open up a five shot lead after two rounds. The 21-year-old from Scotland was delighted: 
“I am really enjoying La Manga Club. The South Course was playing really good today, it was playing long and the greens were in superb condition. 

Scottish Scores after Round 2 
 -8 Alison Muirhead (1st)
+ 6 Hannah McCook (T68)
+ 8 Heather Macrae (T82)
+10 Rachael Taylor (T95)
+11 Gabrielle MacDonald (T102)

Wednesday, 22 January 2020


15 Renfrewshire girls took part in a fun practice session on Sunday morning at a rather chilly Fairways Indoor Golf Arena in Coatbridge.

Most of them were young & quite new to golf but keen to get their handicaps when the season begins. 

It was great to meet some new faces which is encouraging for the future of golf. They rotated round 3 different stations to practice full shots, chipping & putting. 

Many thanks go to the "coaches" of the day- Sandra Littlejohn , Donna Jackson and Liz Stewart and Bobby Rushford & his staff at Fairways.

Thanks go to Gillian Kyle for the report and photos.

Monday, 20 January 2020


Archerfield Golf Club
From Lorne Kelly

As many people know, for the past three years I have been working with the Congaree Global Golf Initiative, an amazing program that helps high potential, but financially disadvantaged young people achieve their dream of playing college golf. 

Each summer, dozens of students get the opportunity to travel to one of the most incredible courses in America to learn the skills needed to reach their athletic and academic potential. 

This year, we’re also excited to add an additional CGGI camp at ARCHERFIELD, Scotland to help more students in Europe. 

WE ARE ACTIVELY LOOKING FOR GIRLS FROM  SCOTLAND and would appreciate any recommendations. 

If you know of a deserving high school golfer who would be a good fit, please reach out for details on how to nominate them for the program. 
My email address is lornekelly100@gmail.com or by all means PM me -- CLOSING DATE 22ND JANUARY 2020 FOR NOMINATIONS

You can learn more about CGGI and Congaree Foundation play the video below


Alison Muirhead
Scotland’s Alison Muirhead took control of the Pre-Qualifier for the 2020 LET season after firing a sensational career best seven-under-par 64 over the North Course at La Manga Club in Cartagena, Spain.
The 21-year-old from Scotland moved to nine-under-par and opened up a five shot lead heading into the final round. A delighted Muirfield reflected: “I started pretty slow on the front nine and made the turn in one-under-par. Ironically, on my back nine the wind picked up but so did my game.
“I birdied the tenth hole and it really gave me momentum. The highlight of my round came at the par-5 12th hole which I eagled. I hit a superb four iron from 225 yards and rolled in a 25 foot putt. Coming down the stretch I played some excellent golf and rolled in four more birdies.”
Alison, was born in Johannesburg and currently lives in Dubai where she practices at Jumeirah Golf Estates. She added on a memorable day in Spain: “The North Course is a tough test and has some narrow tee shots. I have been working hard on my game and I am so happy to shoot my best ever score when it really matters. There is still a lot of golf to be played but this has given me a lot of confidence. My Mum is here watching and I’m sure will be ecstatic for me.”
Scotland's Heather Macrae finished in 16th place and Hannah McCook just made the cut tied 58th.
Kimberley Beveridge and Heather Stirling missed the cut
The top 60 players and ties will make it through to final stage of Qualifying which will be played over the North and South courses 22nd – 26th September.  

Tuesday, 14 January 2020



It’s BACK following popular demand......The Putting Challenge!  Once you sign up you can take part via Facebook OR email.  You will receive DAILY instructions on your task from the 27th January until 15th February.  

All you need is a decent putting surface at home (carpet or putting mat) OR of course you can use the drills at the place where you practice most, indoor OR outdoor! 

You will need another few things to complete the practices and drills.....see the picture above!
£45 for 18 Days of Practices and Drills that -- 


To support clubs, Scottish Golf are delivering a series of free-to-attend Get into Golf workshops in 2020, giving Clubs insight into what the Get into Golf programme is as well as how your club can introduce new people to the game.

At the workshops, you will be able to learn from other Clubs who have been involved with Get into Golf and understand how it has helped them to increase female membership, create an inclusive environment, introduce flexible or social memberships and much more.

These workshops are free-to-attend for all affiliated Scottish Golf Clubs and a full list of where, when and how to book a place at your local workshop can be found below:

Click Here to Read More at Scottish Golf. 

Disabled get access to new facilities

The Scottish Disability Golf & Curling charity, will launch its second HUB later this month at the Elmwood Golf Club near Cupar, where golfers from as far afield as England and Northern Ireland will help tee-off the new project.

PGA Students from Elmwood’s College, representatives of the Elmwood Golfing Society and SDGC members , will provide some tips and tuition for existing golfing and new members with disabilities on Friday 31 January from 10:00

An “SDGC HUB” is a recognised club/facility that has a positive record on encouraging people with a disability to come and enjoy the game. Appropriate access, friendly and helpful staff and qualified instructors with experience of delivering coaching to a range of disabilities, which ultimately creates a positive environment and experience for our members.

Jim Gales, the Secretary of the charity said, “Funding, which helped to establish Scotland’s first disability hub  in St Andrews earlier this month, has come from Trusts and Foundations across the UK and each HUB session can include lessons, putting and other golf practice facilities, as well as the most important social side of the game, with members mixing with PGA Professionals, Coaches and our volunteers.”

More on the SDGC can be found at -- by clicking here 

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling is a Registered Scottish Charity SC 041000

Thursday, 9 January 2020


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As preparation for the 2020 golf season continues, Scottish Golf would like to inform you that the Central Database for Handicaps (CDH) will transition to a new software provider over the coming days. 
While disruption is expected to be minimal, golf clubs will experience some changes at interface over the next 10 days. A user guide for the new CDH with information on credentials for accessing the new system will be issued to you in due course. 
Should you have any urgent queries, please do not hesitate to get in contact by emailing handicapping@scottishgolf.org or calling 0131 339 3987
Kind regards,
Scottish Golf Handicapping Team

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Wednesday, 8 January 2020


The Ladies Golf Club,  -- Troon Ladies’ Open Day Tri-am (over the 18-hole Portland Course) Friday 29th May 2020


As of the 14th January the entry list is now full up and any further entries will be added to a reserve list.

Wednesday, 1 January 2020


Hope you all have a good golfing season in 2020 and the weather is kind !!
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