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May 2004

 

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28th May 2004:  Brenda Livingstone wins the Scratch Award and Renfrewshire Players do well in the West Vets Summer Meeting at Cowglen yesterday

Report from Sheila Goudie --- Thanks Sheila
It was a beautiful day and the course was in superb condition, particularly the greens . Admittedly I am somewhat biased but that seemed to be the general opinion
bulletWest Vets Summer Meeting Cowglen 27th May 2004 SSS 71, CSS 72, 49 Entrants
bulletScratch - Brenda Livingstone (East Renfrewshire) 78
bulletSilver : 1st Lana MacDonald (Hilton Park) -- (11) 71
            2nd Moira Hogg (Old Ranfurly)     -- (15) 72 (bih)
            3rd Sheilagh Osborne (Fereneze) -- (17) 72
bulletBronze: 1st Helen Crichton (Ranfurly Castle) -- (21) 69
             2nd Margaret McKendrick (Old Ranfurly) -- (21) 72

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26th May 2004: Captain Aileen Wilson and Heather Anderson win the Inter County Foursomes Final:
 Clare-Marie is selected for the Scottish Girls Team.
 Kate O'Sullivan is reserve for the Under -21 Team

County Captain Aileen Wilson and Heather Anderson won the Inter County Foursomes Finals today at Mount Ellen and Donna Jackson and Pearl Orr were 3rd in the scratch awards. In the handicap section Rosemary Ogilvie and Heather Davidson were 3rd in the Handicap Section.
On a lovely day with good but tricky conditions Aileen and Heather had a gross 76 to win the event.
Heather gave vote of thanks at the end of the day to Lanarkshire County for running the event and to Mount Ellen Golf Club for their hospitality and finished by saying
" To win you only have to be a bit older !"
Aileen Wilson Heather Anderson
bulletAileen Wilson and Heather Anderson

 

Players County Gross
Aileen Wilson and Heather Anderson Renfrewshire 76
Anne Fergusson and Joan Gemmell Dunbartonshire and Argyll 80
Donna Jackson and Pearl Orr Renfrewshire 81

HANDICAP

Players County H'Cap Net
Irene Nisbett and Carol Smith Dunbartonshire and Argyll 19 71
Fiona Brawley and Frances Craig Ayrshire 13.5 73.5
Rosemary Olgilvie and Heather Davidson Renfrewshire 14.5 76.5

 

The Scottish Ladies Golfing Association is to send a squad for the first time to compete in the European girls' team championship at Golf National, Paris from July 6 to 10.
The team of four is: Clare-Marie Carlton (Fereneze), Gemma Webster (Hilton Park), Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Krystle Caithness (St Regulus). Reserves: 1 Kylie Walker (Buchanan Castle), 2 Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar). Clare Marie Carlton
Clare-Marie Carlton, pictured right, spent most of last season on crutches after an ankle complaint required surgery and she missed the girls' home internationals after starting the season in a blaze of glory by becoming, at the age of 16, one of the youngest ever Renfrewshire women's champions. A trip to Paris is a delayed reward for the outstanding early season form of 2003.
Curtis Cup reserve and Scottish championship beaten finalist Clare Queen will spearhead a strong Scotland squad to compete in the European junior women (Under-21) team championship at Royal Cinque Ports, Kent from July 6 to 10.
Team of six is: Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan), Dawn Dewar (Stirling University), Louise Kenney (Pitreavie), Heather MacRae (Dunblane), Clare Queen (Strathclyde University), Jenna Wilson (Strathaven).
Reserves: 1 Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle), 2 Kylie Walker ((Buchanan Castle), 3 Gemma Webster (Hilton Park), 4 Sjavon Wilson (Murcar).

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25th May 2004: County Team has been selected

The County team of eight players has been selected for this years Jamboree at Milngavie Golf Course on  Monday 28th June - Wednesday 30th June.
Matches are played against Ayrshire, Lanarkshire, and Dunbarton and Argyll with each match comprising three foursome and six singles games and played over the three-day period. The winning team from the West Division goes on to compete in the National County Finals held later in the year.

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22nd May 2004 (Saturday) Anne Laing wins the Scottish Championship at Old Prestwick

SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL (18 HOLES)
Anne Laing (Vale of Leven) beat Clare Queen (Strathclyde University) by 2 holes.

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21st May 2004 (Friday) Clare Queen West of Scotland Champion through to the Final.

Clare Queen (University of Strathclyde and Drumpellier) will play defending champion Anne Laing (Vale of Leven) in the Final over Old Prestwick tomorrow (tee off 8:30am).
This afternoon Clare beat Martine Pow (Selkirk) by 2 & 1 and Ann beat Sara Bishop (Windyhill) by a similar margin.
Dawn Dewar (University of Stirling) won the concellation event, the Clark Rosebowl, when she beat Donna Pocock in the final.

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20th May 2004 (Thursday) Kate is knocked out in the 1st Round

In the 1st round of the Scottish Matchplay stages Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) beat Kate O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) 4 and 2.
Clare Queen, who won the West of Scotland Championship at Ranfurly Castle this month and who had survived a play-off on Wednesday night to get into the match-play stages, had to go down the 19th to get the better of Jenna in the next round tie.

 

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19th May 2004 (Wednesday) :Scottish Championship at Old Prestwick
Kate O'Sullivan is through to the matchplay stages

Results after the 2nd qualifying round of the Scottish Championship at Old Prestwick
WEDNESDAY END OF PLAY SCOREBOARD (Thanks to Colin Farquharson for the info)
SCOTTISH WOMEN'S AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Prestwick Golf Club (Par 75)
QUALIFIERS

149 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) 73 76.
154 S Bishop (Windyhill) 80 74.
155 F Lockhart (St Regulus) 79 76, Lynn Kenny (Stirling Univ) 77 78.
156 P Mackay (Royal Dornoch) 79 77.
157 H MacRae (Dunblane New) 79 78.
158 K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 79 79.
160 P Feggans (Doon Valley) 81 79, K Brotherton (Tulliallan) 80 80, C Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 78 82.
161 A Laing (Vale of Leven) 80 81.
163 K Milne (Dunfermline) 85 78, K O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle) 83 80, J Carthew (Ladybank) 81 82, A Lowe (Royal Birkdale) 81 82.
164 M Pow (Selkirk) 82 82, S Wood (Aberdeen Ladies) 81 83.
165 L Mackay (Royal Dornoch) 84 81, C Taylor (Troon Ladies) 82 83.
166 J Wilson (Strathaven) 85 81, T Laughland (Mortonhall) 84 82.
167 C Hargan (Prestonfield) 86 81.
168 A Young (Torrance House) 91 77, F De Vries (St Rule ) 88 80, L Williamson (Barassie) 81 87.
169 F Gilbert (Carnoustie Ladies) 87 82, C Wilson (Murcar) 83 86.
170 (after play-off) L Fraser (Kingsknowe) 93 77, C Queen (Strathclyde Univ) 89 81, G Lockhart (Barassie) 88 82, B Murphy (Prestonfield) 88 82, J Anderson (Hawick) 86 84.
SOME NON-QUALIFIERS
171 A Shamash (Kirkcudbright) 85 86,
174  H Anderson (Troon Ladies) 88 86
175 J Jenkins (Ralston) 91 84,  G McGinlay (Cochrane Castle) 85 90
177 G Kyle (East Renfrewshire) 90 87
182 M Skinner (Gourock) 96 86.
183 M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 96 87,  C Whyte (Windyhill) 92 91.

First round ties Matchplay (Thursday 20th May)
8.30 Louise Kenney v Anderson.
8.38 Wood v Pow.
8.46 Brotherton v De Vries.
8.54 L Williamson v Feggans.
9.02 P Mackay v Fraser.
9.10 Laughland v Milne.
9.18 O'Sullivan (RLCGA (Cochrane Castle) v J Wilson.
9.26 Queen v Lynn Kenny.
9.34 F Lockhart v G Lockhart.
9.42 Taylor v Carthew.
9.50 Laing v Hargan.
9.58 C Wilson v MacRae.
10.06 MacDonald v Gilbert.
10.14 Young v Gruber.
10.22 Lowe v L Mackay.
10.30 Murphy v Bishop.

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18th May 2004: The Wind Blows at Old Prestwick !! Surprise Surprise !!

The first qualifying round of the Scottish Women's Amateur Championship was played today with a strong westerly wind blowing over the ancient and potentially awesome Prestwick links.
With the clubhouse and car park awash with tales of players' calamities from countless out of bounds excursions, visits to bottomless bunkers shored up with railway sleepers and rough with a capital "R," it was a real struggle for all the players (Thanks to Colin Farquharson for the info)

Kate O'Sullivan  (Cochrane Castle) was the best from RLCGA with a gross 83 on a day when only 7 players broke 80 !!

Leading  Scores : Prestwick Golf Club: First qualifying round
73 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie).
77 Lynn Kenny (Stirling Univ).
78 C Gruber (Royal Dornoch).
79 F Lockhart (St Regulus), P Mackay (Royal Dornoch), H MacRae (Dunblane New), K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar).
80 S Bishop (Windyhill), K Brotherton (Tulliallan), A Laing (Vale of Leven).

Others: (RLCGA Competitors--- Leading Scores)

83 K O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle),
85 A Shamash (Kirkcudbright),  G McGinlay (Cochrane Castle),
88 H Anderson (Troon Ladies),
90 G Kyle (East Renfrewshire).
91 J Jenkins (Ralston)

Kate O'Sullivan

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17th May 2004: Nothing to do about Golf plus this is the Scottish Championship Week!

Many congratulations to Carol Whyte (Windyhill) and Anne Judge (Ranfurly Castle) who both completed yesterdays 10K women's only run in just over the 1 hour mark. If any one else took part then well done to you as well.
Carol is now off to Old Prestwick today for the Scottish Ladies Golf Championship which starts tomorrow. There are 12 RLCGA players taking part in the Championship and we wish them every success.

 

Runners in a race
121 competitors will tackle one of the oldest links courses in the world. Prestwick hosted the very first Open championship in 1860 and also the next 12 in row before the Old Course, St Andrews gained the honour for the first time in 1873. Prestwick was still on the Open championship roster until 1925.
The Scottish Ladies Golfing Association powers that be have stretched the Prestwick women's course by some 418yd to 5,967yd and raised the par from 74 to 75. Only two Ladies Golf Union tees, at the 12th and the 17th, are being used.

 

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12th May 2004:Jennifer Mack is the 2004 West of Scotland Veterans Champion

Jennifer Mack Jennifer Mack (Haggs Castle) Runner Up in the RLCGA Championships this month became the SVLGA West Division Champion today. The 8 qualifiers from the Spring Meeting at Sandyhills on the 26th April played in the the Matchplay stages at Renfrew Golf Club yesterday and today. Jennifer won the final by beating Helen Faulds (Douglas Park) 2 and 1 in a closely contested match. To reach the final Jennifer beat Jennifer Graham (Haggs Castle) and Heather Anderson (Troon Portland) in yesterday's ties. Helen won against  Elinor Grant (Douglas Park) and then Fiona McLean (Hilton Park)
In the Bronze Championship final Jane Thomson (Whitecraigs) beat Avril Berry (Douglas Park) 3 and 1

 

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11th May 2004: County Rosebowl - Jan MacNab (Lochwinnoch) is the
leading qualifier

The draw for this years County Rosebowl has been done. The top 8 players (net aggregate scores) in the April Medal over Cochrane Castle and the May Medal over East Renfrewshire now play in the matchplay stages of the competition. Jan MacNab was the leading qualifier on a net aggregate of 147 from Donna Jackson by virtue of a better 2nd Round

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10th May 2004: May Medal Played over East Renfrewshire

bulletOn a beautiful day at the May Medal played over East Renfrewshire today 77 players enjoyed the weather and beat the thunderstorms that finished the day after the last of the field had completed their round  --- We were certainly very lucky indeed
After yesterdays success in the West of Scotland Championships Donna Jackson continued her good form to win the Scratch award with a 74
The Top Handicap award of the day goes to Jan MacNab (Lochwinnoch). Jan who is a Past Captain of Lochwinnoch and is in her first year of county membership had a gross 79 net 65.
-- Well done Jan.

Lis Harvey (Cowglen) had the best net in the Scratch - 12 Handicap with an 80 net 70
 
bulletWinners:
 
Division   Player Home Course Gross H'Cap Net
Scr - 12
Entrants 36
1st Lis Harvey Cowglen 80 10 70
2nd Donna Jackson Cochrane Castle 74 3 71(BIH)
3rd Heather Anderson Troon Portland 76 5 71
13 - 28
Entrants 41
1st Jan MacNab Lochwinnoch 79 14 65
2nd Eileen Hutchison Ralston 88 19 69
3rd Linda Hay Eastwood 86 15 71

 

bulletThe SSS was 71 - the CSS 71
 

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9th May 2004: West of Scotland Championship (Played over Ranfurly Castle)

Clare Queen from Drumpellier and Lanarkshire County, who is reserve for the Curtis Cup Team won the West of Scotland Championship today over Ranfurly Castle Golf Club.
With local torrential rain over the Renfrewshire area this week the conditions meant that the course was playing exceedingly long.
Despite that, Clare had 4 birdies and an eagle in her second round of 71 and with a 75 in the morning her 146 total was the best of the day. She also had the best gross score in the afternoon by virtue of the bih from Kylie Walker and Sara Bishop Windyhill and D&A (4th in the Scratch Event)
Up and coming star Kylie Walker from Buchanan Castle and D&A County was runner up with 149. In Kylie's second round she had 5 birdies and an albatross 2 at the 451 yard third hole when she holed her second shot with a seven wood !!! She also won the handicap trophy with a net aggregate score of 141 (5 under - better 2nd round)
Donna Jackson from Cochrane Castle and RLCGA had the best scratch score in the morning with a 73 was 3rd on 149 . Donna also had an net 141 and was 2nd in the handicap section.
Gemma Webster from Hilton Park and D & A who was 5th in the scratch event, was also 3rd in the handicap section on 142
The Renfrewshire team represented by Karen Fitzgerald, Donna Jackson and Lesley Robertson won the Team  Award

Ranfurly Castle's Captain Jim McBeath presented the prizes

The SSS was 73 and the CSS for both rounds was also 73

Clare Queen West of Scotland Champion
Kylie Walker
Donna Jackson and Jim McBeath

 

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5th May 2004: West of Scotland Championship Draw  is available and the Draw for the Scottish Championships at Old Prestwick

On Sunday 9th of May Renfrewshire County is running the 36 Hole West of Scotland Championship at Ranfurly Castle Golf Club. It is certainly worth a visit to the club on that day to see some very good golf from County Players from Renfrewshire, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire and Dunbartonshire and Argyll.
COME AND SUPPORT. IT SHOULD BE A GOOD DAY
Here is the start sheet for the day:
 
bulletDark Blue Renfrewshire
bulletRed Lanarkshire
bulletLight Blue D&A
bulletGreen Ayrshire

 

Start Time Round 1

Start Time Round 2

Competitor 1

Competitor 2

8:30

12:30

Lesley Robertson (4)

R Rankin (4)

8:36

12:36

E Cuthill (1)

Donna Jackson (3)

8:42

12:42

Addi Shamash (1)

A Young (2)

8:48

12:48

L Ruane (4)

Jennifer Jenkins (4)

8:54

12:54

S Bishop (2)

Karen Fitzgerald (Scr)

9:00

13:00

C McNeil (4)

F Prior (1)

9:06

13:06

K Walker (4)

C Queen (+1)

9:12

13:12

Clare-Marie Carlton (5)

E Keohone (5)

9:18

13:18

Carol Whyte (5)

A Thomson (5)

9:24

13:24

Sara Harman (5)

L Hendry (5)

9:30

13:30

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9:36

13:36

Maureen Skinner (5)

A Glennie (5)

9:42

13:42

H Faulds (5)

Julie Wilson (6)

9:48

13:48

R Purdom (7)

Jennifer Mack (6)

9:54

13:54

C Smith (7)

Gillian McGinlay (6)

10:00

14:00

Alison Mitchell (8)

G Thomson (6)

10:06

14:06

Gillian Kyle (6)

Elaine Munn (7)

10:12

14:12

A Kerr (9)

Megan Briggs (9)

10:18

14:18

C McIntyre (9)

I Morton (12)-withdrawn

10:24

14:24

L Williamson (14)-withdrawn

P Prestwell (10)

10:30

14:30

Fiona Roger (11)

K Burden (11)

 

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1st May 2004: County Foursomes at Erskine

Maureen Skinner and Gillian McGinlay took the top honours in the County Foursomes Qualifier played over Erskine on Thursday. By virtue of the better inward half they pipped County Captain Aileen Wilson and Heather Anderson. Ranfurly Castle pairing Moyra Gordon   & Morag Thomson off a handicap of 19 won the handicap award with a net 73. For the winners and those who go to the County Foursomes Finals and Commonwealth Spoons


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