Thursday 23rd October: Cochrane Castle are presented with the
West of Scotland Greenlees Trophy
60 ladies representing 28 clubs attended the West of Scotland Greenlees Trophy
Presentation Lunch at Largs Golf Club today. Cochrane Castle
winners of the 1st Division for the first time were represented by RLCGA
Captain Pearl Orr, county team player and captain of Cochrane Castle
Gillian McGinlay plus 8 other Cochrane Castle team members.
Unable to attend were RLCGA team members Donna Jackson, Carol Whyte and Maureen
Denise Cowan (Greenlees Captain) accepted the
large trophy from Sandra Nordbe the Largs Lady Captain
The league was first established in 1931 by Isabel Greenlees.
She was a member of Prestwick St Nicholas before joining Troon Ladies where the
50th Anniversary was held and where she presented the trophies. We are all
grateful to her for establishing the league and for giving us such pleasure in
playing inter club matches through the years
McCallum (Whitecraigs) the Greenlees Divisional Secretary chaired the
presentation lunch. She congratulated all the winners and also announced her
retirement from the post by saying that it seemed appropriate that she should
retire this year when so many new names have appeared on the trophies. Jean
Donaldson Life Member of Largs gave a very enlightening talk on the history of
Largs and Sandra Nordbe, Captain of Largs presented the trophies
Nancy Chisholm, Prestwick St Nicholas, Winners
of Division 2 gave the vote of thanks and also announced that there will be a
Renfrewshire Seminar on the Unified Handicapping System at Caldwell Golf Club on
the 20th November. Details are currently being sent out to clubs.
Monday 20th October 2003: Dunfermline Building Society
SLGA Order of Merit 2003-2004
The top 57 players in the SLGA Order of Merit awards (2003
-2004) have been announced and 5 of our County Players have done exceedingly
The top 3 Players are:
1 Lynn Kenny 1180
2 Clare Queen 970
3 Louise Kenney 615
13 Addi Shamash (Kirkcudbright and Bonnyton) 310
14 Jennifer Jenkins (Ralston) 300
22 Lesley Robertson (Ranfurly Castle) 150
33 Maureen Skinner (Gourock) 85
37 Gillian McGinlay (Cochrane Castle) 75
The Order of Merit restarts with the Helen Holm Scottish open
stroke-play over Troon Portland and Royal Troon at the end of next April and the
Welsh open stroke-play will be the final counting event in the scheme which
straddles two seasons.
Sunday 5th October 2003
SCOTTISH VETERAN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP:
Lynne Terry, the North title-holder from Cruden Bay beat the former Scottish
women's champion Heather Anderson, the West veterans'
title-winner from Caldwell, by 2 and 1 in the quarter finals of the Scottish
Veterans Championship at Lansdowne course, Blairgowrie
JUNIOR MASTERS TITLES BOTH GO TO NORTH-EAST
Megan Briggs (Ranfurly Castle) was 5th in the Girls Grand Final
of the Scotland Junior Masters played over the Queen's Course, Gleneagles Hotel
From a starting field of 2,500 from all over Scotland (both boys and girls) a
total of 80 qualifiers played on the day.
The top of the girls' Leaderboard was Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon) Carly
Booth (Auchterarder) and Nicole Blackie (Eyemouth) all finishing with 37pt. .
Nadia Green (Nairn) was fourth with 36pt and Megan Briggs (Ranfurly
Castle) fifth of those who had 34pt.
The first five in both the boys' and girls' sections will each receive a bonus
prize of specialised coaching.
The tournament is run jointly by the Scottish Golf Union and the Scottish Ladies