AGM

A successful Zoom AGM took place this evening with 39 ladies "zooming" in!

Captain Joanne Sharp highlighted the difficulties that this year has brought but was delighted that we were able to hold our Summer Meeting at Pollok in July and our Autumn Meeting at Dundonald in September.

One of the highlights of the AGM is always the announcement of the Fixtures for the new year and they are as follows -

Championship, Old Course, Royal Troon, April 26, 27, 28

Foursomes, Kilbirnie, May 11

Eleanor Taylor Trophy and Bronze Match play qualifier, Prestwick St Cuthbert, June 8

Summer Meeting, Whitecraigs, July 14

Coronation Medals, Ballochmle, August 10

Autumn Meeting, West Kilbride, September 14


Leaving committee this year is Jenny Linklater, Largs, and our new committee member is Sheila Shedden, Prestwick St Nicholas.

Also leaving committee is Sheila Adams, Loudoun, having served her 2 year term as President.  The new President, coming on to committee for 2 years, is Liz Keohone (Loudoun)

Sheila is picture here handing over the Presidents badge to Liz





Winter Foursomes

This years winter foursomes are well under way now with most of the first round ties having been completed and even some of the second round!  Everyone is obviously taking advantage of the decent weather we've had recently.

Whether you are playing in the competition or not the up to date draw is available to view on How did I do - just log in and look for knockouts

Honour for Claire

Claire McLaughlin, West Kilbride, who is studying at the Lindsey Wilson College, Kentucky has been honoured with the Jessica Smith Scholarship, see Junior page for more information.

Junior Girls Championship

Check out the Junior page for details of this years Junior Championship

Dundonald

 Fantastic turn out at Dundonald on Tuesday with 78 ladies taking part.

Due to the current situation it was a change from the norm with a fun fourball format which seemed to be enjoyed by all.

The winning team were Linda McDonald (Barassie), Susan McKenzie (Balfron), Shirley Morran (Barassie) and Audrey Thompson (Loudoun) scoring 62 points. Coming second, on the better last 6, were June Dempster (St Nicholas), Julia Henderson (Troon Ladies), Linda Nairn (St Nicholas) and Lisa Neilson (Barassie) scoring 59 points.

We also had teams of 3 with the best score of 49 coming from Katie Hodge (St Nicholas), Greta Smith (Ardeer) and Janette Stewart (Barassie)

Well done ladies

It was lovely to see our Honorary President Nancy Chisholm there chatting with the members as they went through the turn or as they came off the 18th.

Thanks to Dundonald and to Helen and Sheila for all their organisation


Womens Amateur 2020

Hazel MacGarvie (Royal Troon) was one of 12 Scots in the field at the recent Womens Amateur championship at West Lancashire.

The stroke play was reduced to one round and Hazel shot a one over par 73 to qualify in 16th place for the match play.

Unfortunately Hazel lost out in the first round of the match play to England's Thalia Kirby losing by 2&1.

The championship was won by Aline Krauter from Germany