Winter Foursomes reach quarter final stages

We now have the full line up for this years Winter Foursomes - 

At the top of the draw Kim Murdoch and Jane Belford (St Nicholas) take on last years runners up Ann Wallace (St Nicholas) and Susan McKenzie (Balfron) 

We then have Lesley Barker (Barassie) and Vicky Cameron (Troon Ladies) taking on the holders Elspeth Howie and Janet Harkness (Skelmorlie)

In the bottom half 2020 runners up Irene Papworth and Gillian Pollock (Skelmorlie) will play 2019 runners up Liz Keohone and Audrey Thompson (Loudoun)

The final match is an all St Nicholas line up with Ros Purdom and Eleanor Noble taking on Katie Hodge and June Dempster

All matches to be played by December 19th, good luck ladies

Betty Fulton

It is with great sadness that I have to report the death of ALCGA member Mrs Betty Fulton.

Betty was a member of Irvine Golf Club and also a very loyal and long standing member of Ayrshire Ladies.

There are very few Honorary members of the County but Betty was awarded this honour in 2012 in recognition of her 20 years service as Treasurer.

Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this sad time.



Ayrshire Ladies held their AGM and prize giving at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club on Tuesday 19 October 

Click here for more photographs from the evening

McCall Salver Result

On a bright but very blustery day the final was contested by Sandra Johnson (Kilbirnie) and Lorna Spencer (Largs) over West Kilbride. 

Sandra got off to a good start winning the 1st with a par to go 1 up. They halved the 2nd with Lorna finding lots of bunkers in the front 9 but managed to keep it to 2 down at the turn. The back 9 was more evenly matched with lots of halved holes and Sandra started to find the bunkers. Lorna had a good run and managed to get the match back to all square on the 14th, they halved the next 2 with Sandra sinking a long putt to win the 17th. Lorna played the 18th very well but Sandra managed to sink another longish putt to half the hole and finish the match 1 up. 

Well played, ladies, it was a very close game.

Thanks go to Helen Craig, Competition Secretary, for the report

McCall Salver

Good luck to Sandra Johnson (Kilbirnie) and Lorna Spencer (Largs) who are playing in the final of the McCall Salver at West Kilbride tomorrow morning.

Royal Troon

Ninety members managed to take advantage of the opportunity to play the Old Course, Troon on Monday afternoon.

The weather was a bit overcast and breezy but it was dry. Unfortunately it was getting dark when the later games finished but the day seemed to be a success.

1st Yvonne Park, Carol Robertson, Ann Gilbert, Sheila McDougall 64pts

2nd Katie Hodge, Liz Keohone, Helen McGibbon, Irene Smith 63pts

3rd Alison Jarvie, Lesley Barker, Julie Macke, Pauline Patrick 61pts

Well done ladies, great scoring.

Thanks to Sheila Shedden for all her hard work arranging the draw and getting everybody on to the 1st tee on time!

Championship Final


Today's finalists, Jenny and Freya, ready for action

Jane Gillen (WK) referee, Nancy Chisholm ALCGA Hon President and Joanne Sharp ALCGA Captain with the 2 finalists

The Championship final was played today in, what's fair to say, pretty miserable conditions. Despite the weather the 2 finalists put on a great display of golf for the spectators who came to brave the elements.

Freya got off to a flying start winning the first with a birdie at the first and the match remained 1 up, thanks to some fantastic putting by both players, until the 8th when Jenny found bunker trouble off the tee and Freya doubled her lead.

The next 2 holes were halved before Freya then had a run of winning holes to finish the match on the 14th to become the youngest winner of the ALCGA championship at the age of just 15.

Well done to both girls, a great achievement getting to the final and battling the elements today.

Top qualifier, Sarah Ramsay, receiving her trophy

Runner up Jenny, still smiling 

Champion Freya

Freya with her very proud Mum!