Sunday 14th September 2003:
SCOTTISH MIXED FOURSOMES AT LANARK GOLF CLUB
KIRKCUDBRIGHT golfing brother and sister Ben and Addi Shamash (Bonnyton
and RLCGA) won the Scottish open mixed foursomes title
at Lanark Golf Club today.
Friday 12th September 2003:
On the 11th June in the Club News June archives you will see that I wrote a short article about my adopted "MUM" former RLCGA member 87 year old Janet Gillies who was in hospital having an operation on her leg.
On visiting her in hospital she asked me if I would like to play in the Invitation Day at Troon on the 12th September. I said I would be delighted to be her guest. However, at the time I really did not think that she would be able to manage 18 holes of golf again.
Well, Janet proved us all wrong and if you would like to see how the game of golf can still be played in your Octogenarian years, how about clicking on the link below and see for yourself
Scottish Senior Ladies' (Close) Amateur Championship Ballater Golf Club (Report from Sheila Goudie)-- further to the results published on the 9th September
We had a great few days, weather wonderful, some scores good, Heather won the Over 60 section, a Scottish Team was selected for the inaugural Senior's Home Internationals with Jennifer Mack as the Captain. Heather was the best from Renfrewshire and Elspeth Hanlon had a 76 off a 7 H/Cap in the second round. The rest of us had a good time.
Thank you Sheila for your contribution
Tuesday 9th September 2003:
Heather Anderson wins the over 60's Title in Scottish Senior Ladies' (Close) Amateur Championship Ballater Golf Club
RLCGA Leading Scores:
THE CAMPBELL CLOCK JUNIOR STABLEFORD PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON SUNDAY ARE AT LAST AVAILABLE
Click on the picture of the Campbell Clock Trophy and you will see a few photos of the day. For the full report read the story lines put in on Sunday 7th. When you see the photos click on the small pictures to see larger ones
Monday 8th September 2003:
JENNIFER GRAHAM IS WILLIAMWOOD AUTUMN MEETING WINNER
Jennifer Graham from Haggs Castle (pictured right ) won the Autumn Meeting today at Williamwood Golf Club with a net 67.
Runner up to Jennifer in the Handicap Scratch to 12 Division was Eastwood pair Ruth Henderson (BIH) from Beth Paterson both with a net 70
Morag Little (Whitecraigs) won the over 13 handicap division with a net 68 by virtue of a better inward half from Pamela McKenzie (Ranfurly Castle). Linda Hay (Eastwood) was third with a net 69
Brenda Livingstone (East Renfrewshire) won the Scratch with a gross 77 (BIH) from Beth Paterson who also had a 77
Sunday 7th September 2003:
RENFREWSHIRE GIRLS STABLEFORD FOR THE CAMPBELL CLOCK (PLAYED OVER WHITECRAIGS GOLF CLUB) --- EILIDH BRIGGS (RANFURLY CASTLE) IS THE WINNER.
At Whitecraigs Golf Club today 22 girls took part in the Stableford competition run by Beth Paterson the Junior Secretary. The Competition has been held annually since 1998 at Whitecraigs Golf Club and was initiated by the late Leslie Campbell
Eilidh Briggs from Ranfurly Castle (pictured right) off a handicap of 44 won the Campbell Clock Trophy with 48 points
The Main Prizewinners were :
Scratch - 20 H'Cap:
21 - 45 H'Cap:
Many thanks go to all the helpers on the day which was greatly appreciated by Beth Paterson and the Committee.
Thursday 4th September:
MAUREEN SKINNER IS COWGLEN WINNER
Maureen Skinner (Gourock) and Joyce Mitchell (Whitecraigs) both had a net 70 in today's County Medal played at Cowglen. Maureen was the overall Medal Winner of the day by virtue of the better inward half and she also had the best scratch with a gross 75
Runner up to Maureen in the Handicap Scratch to 12 Division was Beth Paterson then Nancy Cowan both with a net 71
Joyce won the over 13 handicap division with Anna Brawley and Margaret McGowan both from Cowglen being in second and third place both with a net 71
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