30th July 2004:BP SCOTTISH UNDER-21 GIRLS'
OPEN AMATEUR STROKE-PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP AT KIRKCALDY--
KATE DOES WELL
O'Sullivan in top ten :
Curtis Cup reserve Clare Queen
found her best form of the season to win the BP Scottish Under-21
girls' golf championship at Kirkcaldy today
FINAL TOP POSITIONS:
212 C Queen (Drumpellier) 69 73 70.
213 S Evans (Vale of Llangollen) 71 69 73, H MacRae (Dunblane New) 70 70
217 J Wilson (Strathaven) 72 71 74.
218 K Walker (Buchanan Castle) 78 73 67.
222 K Caithness (St Regulus) 74 75 73.
224 L Kenney (Pitreavie) 77 73 74.
225 K Harper (Inverness) 76 73 76.
229 L Walker (Nairn Dunbar) 73 76 80.
230 K O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) 76 77 77,
A Edwards (Liberton) 74 76 80.
Other RLCGA Scores:
240 M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 81 78 81.
Carlton (Fereneze) 78 80 83.
25th July 2004:Successful Sunday for County
|It has been a successful day for a few
County Members today. Addi Shamash
(Kirkcudbright and Bonnyton) and her brother Maurice
won the Scratch Prize at the Bonnyton Mixed Foursomes. Addi also
had nearest the pin at the 4th, Maurice nearest the line at the 7th and
they also had a 2. Moyra Gordon (Ranfurly
Castle) and husband Liam
also had a 2 and won nearest the pin at the 9th.
Your Webmaster Carol and husband Gordon
had a lovely day at Bonnyton and won nothing !!!
However, our thanks go to Freda Tuck
(Bonnyton Ladies Captain and RLCGA Member)
and all the organisers for a super day.
THE 4 CASTLES:
It was also the 4 Castles (
Ranfurly Castle, Haggs Castle, Buchanan Castle and
Bothwell Castle) annual team competition. The Competition has
21 players per Club, divided up into 7 teams of 3 -- 5 gents teams and
2 ladies teams ( silver and bronze). The best 2 Stableford scores
from each team is taken and all the points added together to
produce the winners. County members Evi
Park, Carol Smith and Linda Wishart represented
Haggs Castle and
Fiona Roger, Marion Munro and Anne Judge were in the
Ranfurly Castle Team.
The winners for this year were Ranfurly Castle.
24th July 2004:Wedding Bells for RLCGA Past Captain
just been sent some News from Christeen Finlayson telling me that
(Whitecraigs) pictured to the right
remarried and is now
wish her and her new husband
happiness for the future
22nd July 2004: WHAT A SURPRISE YOUR WEBMASTER TRIUMPHS AT RENFREW
|In fine weather at
Carol Fell (Ranfurly Castle) was the
overall winner of the July Medal by
virtue of the BIH from Sheila Shaw
(Lochwinnoch) winner of the 13 -28 handicap division and Grace Malone
Despite having a triple bogey 7 at the 6th after
putting her ball out of bounds and then carding a double bogey 6 at the
8th and a double bogey 7 at the 15th Carol played to her handicap with
being only 4 over par for the rest of the holes.
Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle)
won the Scratch Award with a Gross 80
Renfrew Golf Club had been one of the courses used as a
qualifier to get into this years Open
and the greens were in magnificent condition
--- a trifle fast to say the least !!
The SSS for Renfrew is 75 and the CSS for the day remained at 75
19th July 2004: Ranfurly Castle Team through to the
Mail on Sunday
Golf Classic Scottish Final
|Many congratulations go to the RLCGA County Members,
Lois Brown, Mary Craig, Anne Judge, Evy
MacGregor, Marion Munro and Sally Smyth from
Ranfurly Castle who have
won through to the Scottish Final of the
Mail on Sunday Golf Classic.
They defeated Dumfries and County today by 31/2 - 1/2 and now meet
either Falkirk Tryst or Fortrose and Rosemarkie Golf
Club in the Scottish
Ranfurly Castle, the 2002 Scottish Winners,
have only Anne and Sally from that original Team and we all wish them
every luck in this Scottish Final to go to the UK Finals at
Marriott Worsley Park in October.
13th July 2004: The Rules of Golf
||Looking forward to the Open at Troon
. Why not get up to date on all the Rules of
Golf and all the News. Click on the
R & A Logo to the LHS
11th July 2004:Heather is Troon heroine See in
todays Sunday Mail:
who had a hole in one at the 17th at Royal Troon at the end of June
scooped the Sunday Mail
Where Eagles Dare weekly prize of a
Trilogy Forged Titanium Driver from Scotland's golf giants John
Letters. Heather who has racked up SEVEN holes in one over her golfing
career now also qualifies for the grand shoot out at St Andrews Bay Golf
Resort and Spa. If you would like to read the full article, it is in
today's Sunday Mail on page 67.
10th July 2004: Under 18 European Championships
|European Girls Team Championship
SCOTS END UP 10TH IN THE EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
Marie Carlton one of our
Renfrewshire County Team Players in last month's County
Jamboree at Milngavie has been
representing Scotland in the
European Team Championships in France.
There is a wonderful website that is worth having a look at
Scotland did not make the first
flight draw. However in the 2nd flight draw they had a very good win
against Czech Republic 3-2,Wales 5-0 and then
lost 3-2 to Germany
to end up in 10th place.
5th July 2004: Gladys is in the Pink !!
Speedie (Renfrewshire's Caddy Mistress) would like to thank
Jennifer Jenkins and all the County
Team players for the beautiful bouquet of flowers that they sent her at
She was absolutely TICKLED PINK
She certainly enjoyed organising all the caddies and would also like to
thank everyone who helped especially the ones that got rather wet !!
Why not click on the Photograph to see an
2nd July 2004:Well done to all the efforts of
County Team and the draw for
the July Medal over Renfrew is available
The County team of Karen
Fitzgerald, Clare-Marie Carlton, Donna Jackson, Kate O'Sullivan, Addi
Shamash, Jennifer Jenkins, Lesley Robertson and Gillian McGinlay
all deserve a well earned rest from all their efforts last week in the
County Jamboree at Milngavie Golf Club.
Many thanks go to all the caddies and supporters who came out to
watch the games in not the best of weather to say the least !!
Our thanks also go the Gladys Speedie
for all her help as Caddy Mistress for the event.
Now that the hard week is over why not put your feet up and enjoy the
Click on the players to the right and see what
Congratulations to Heather Anderson
for her Hole in One at the 17th Hole at Royal
Troon last week in the McInnes Shaw Trophy.
Click on the rotating golf ball to see
how she did it. By the way I am only kidding Heather ---- Well done.
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