Congratulations Freya

Freya Russell (Royal Troon) has continued her good form by winning the Stephen Gallacher Foundation Fairmont Girls open by 5 strokes. The highlight being an impressive second round 5 under par 69. Congratulations Freya

Western Gailes

Eighty seven ladies enjoyed a great day at Western Gailes. The weather was dry but conditions were tough given the cold wind.

The winning team was Elza Chapman, Katherine Eland and Lesley Barker with a great score of 55 points. In second place, on the bih, was Yvonne Park, Joanne Sharp and Jill West with 48 and third was Janette Stark, Sheila Shedden and Jane Gillen.  

There were some teams of 2 and the best score from them came from Maria Watson and Linda McDonald with 35 points.

Well done ladies

One or two pictures from the day -

Junior Championship

Six girls braved the elements on Sunday at Troon Portland to play for the Junior Championship.

Emerald Rose Bowyer, Tammi Grady, Kirsty Howe

Amy Hopkins, Sandi Rogerson and Mya Wilson

Congratulations to Kirsty Howe who won with a score of 98

Bronze medal at Crieff

Very well done to Moyra Withycombe and Susan McKenzie who picked up the bronze medal today at the commonwealth spoons.

It was very close at the top with the girls missing out on the overall win by one shot and losing out on the silver medal by a better inward half. Well done to both!

Full results can be found on the scottish golf app/website

Good luck

Good luck to the following pairings who are playing in the commonwealth spoons competition at Crieff golf club -

Moyra Withycombe and Susan Mckenzie

Debbie Peberdy and Sarah Eckford

McCall Salver

The final of the McCall Salver was played on a lovely sunny day at Barassie golf club today. The finalists were Angela Lyden from Skelmorlie and Margaret Dalziel from Loudoun.

Angela (left) and Margaret (right) on the 1st tee

The game started with a friendly half on the first before Angela went ahead winning the 2nd. Both players found trouble at the 3rd but walked off with another half before Margaret had a lovely 2 at the 4th to square the match. 

A few more holes changed hands before Margaret took a one hole advantage into the back 9. Wins at 10 and 12 gave her a 3 hole lead, Angela did win 13 but lost 14 then halves at 15 and 16 were enough for Margaret to win 3&2.

It was a lovely game played in a very sporting manner. Thanks go to Kilmarnock Barassie gc for courtesy and well done Margaret

McCall Salver Final

The final of this years McCall Salver will take place at Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club on Sunday 28 August, tee off 1400

The finalists are Angela Lyden, Skelmorlie and Margaret Dalziel, Loudoun. Good luck ladies

Spectators welcome