Wednesday, September 22, 2021


All 10 teams braved the weather today to play 12 holes in the Australian Scramble.  
Congratulations to the winning team: Denise Cowan, Fiona Christie and Evelyn McDermid with net 50.9
Runners up: Pamela MacKenzie, Vivien Howe and Anne Judge with net 51.5

Thank you to Lilias Snodgrass and Pamela MacKenzie for organising the event.

Thursday, September 16, 2021


For those who would be interested we will try and set up a game on Wednesday mornings during the winter.  The format would be entering on the dates available for the month; draw would be done indicating the person who would book; hopefully mainly in threes.  When the draw is done if you are not available you would let the person booking know.

The dates for October are 13th, 20th and 27th.

Those wishing to play email  Last date for entry into October draw is 4th October.  An email will come out with all the groups.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021


16 couples enjoyed pleasant weather and great course condition.

Winners: Alison Templeton & Lilas Lamont (30) 37 points (bih)

Joint Runners-up: Rosemary Ogilvie & Vicky Rennie (26) and Anne Judge & Pat Pennel (17)

- both runner-up teams had 37 points and could not be separated by the better inward half, last 6, last 3 or final hole!

Monday, September 13, 2021


Cards and instructions for the Australian Scramble on 22 September will be in the locker room on the day.

Here is the draw:

9.10 Sheila Biggart/Rosemary Ogilvie/Kate Scott

9.20 Denise Cowan/Fiona Christie/Evelyn McDermid

9.30 Jan Macnab/Karin MacKenzie/Janice Naismith

9.40 Anne Robinson/Gillian Donaghy/Carol Barnes

9.50 Mary Craig/Sally Smyth/Vicky Rennie

10.00 Louise Cooper/Jean Irvine/Carol Reid

10.10 Nancy MacGadie/Pat Pennel/Sheila Swinnerton

10.20 Karen Binning/Helen Abram/Senga Nixon

10.30 Joy McLeod/Rosemary Reedie/Alison Templeton

10.40 Pamela MacKenzie/Vivien Howe/Anne Judge

Any cancellations or late entries, please contact Lilias.

Friday, September 10, 2021


There is a sign up sheet up in the locker room for the ladies dinner which is open all playing lady members. The cost is £22 for a 3 course meal with tea/coffee and includes a gratuity. Please tick your dinner choices and pay LEANNA ONLY at the bar - please don't pay any of the other bar staff as Leanna needs to put the payment through herself to allow for the gratuity.  
Anyone who is unable to get to the clubhouse can email and I will add your name and food choices.

Ladies Annual Dinner

3 course meal followed by tea or coffee

Dinner served 7pm



Lentil soup served with warm crusty bread


Chicken liver pate served with oatcakes and chutney


Warm beetroot and lentil salad with goats cheese




Salmon, cod, and haddock Fish pie served with seasonal greens


Chicken wrapped in parma ham served with creamy mash, tender stem broccoli and honey mustard sauce.


Camembert, Fig and onion tartlet served with seasonal veg, chutney and baby potatoes 




Lemon meringue pie 


Raspberry sorbet


Cherry, chocolate and coconut ganache cake

Wednesday, September 08, 2021


Played Wednesday 8 September 2021.

11 ladies played in weather that was unexpectedly boiling for the time of year!

1st Silver: Marion Munro 89 (12) 77 (bih)

2nd Silver: Jan Macnab 86 (9) 77

1st Bronze: Mary Hardie 101 (25) 76

2nd Bronze: Gillian Donaghy 104 (25) 79 (bih)


The scoring was relatively high for such a calm day, but there was a highlight when Denise Cowan had a HOLE-IN-ONE at the 14th.

Reported as a 7 iron shot that was played through the bunker gap for a kick in towards the pin on the right, both Marion and Denise were not sure the ball was in the hole until they looked closely! Well done Denise 😀

Monday, September 06, 2021


This last friendly fixture of 2021 was hosted at home on a beautiful warm day with the course in excellent condition.

The Elderslie ladies enjoyed the match and our hospitality afterwards.

The match result was a very equitable half.

Many thanks to our team of Lindsay Wright, Pauline MacEwen, Fiona Christie, Morag Cunningham and Evelyn McDermid who represented the club magnificently.

Very many thanks to Jan Macnab for organising and for playing on the day with the Elderslie organiser.

If any lady wishes to take part in a friendly match in 2022 (usually 3-4 matches over the season) please let me know ( You can participate in as many or as few matches as you like. They are actually fun fixtures and good for match play practise in a relaxed atmosphere.

Morag Cunningham

Wednesday, September 01, 2021


August Medal, played Wednesday 4 August 2021, 20 entries

1st Silver: Marion Munro 80 (14) 66

2nd Silver: Jan Macnab 79 (8) 71

1st Bronze: Moven McLeod 107 (34) 73

2nd Bronze: Vicky Rennie 105 (31) 74

Stableford, played Saturday 28 August 2021, 10 entries

Winner: Pauline MacEwan (26) 44pts

Runner-up: Eleanor Cannon (20) 41 pts

September Medal, played Wednesday 1 September 2021, 13 entries

1st Silver: Denise Cowan 80 (8) 72 (bih)

2nd Silver: Anne Judge 84 (12) 72

1st Bronze: Vicky Rennie 106 (31) 75

2nd Bronze: Kate Scott 110 (29) 81

Saturday Medal, played Saturday 4 September 2021, 6 entries

Silver winner: Eleanor Cannon 94 (19) 75

Bronze winner: Anne Gordon 109 (32) 77

Sunday, August 29, 2021


 Wednesday 15th September is the Winter Greensomes.  This will be the Club qualifier for the Daily Mail Foursomes 2022.  Please enter with a partner on the Scottish Golf app and pick your your tee time immediately you have entered. The entry fee of £2.00 will be collected via the app.

For the couple going forward, there will be a maximum handicap of 30 and it will be half the combined handicap.


Congratulations to Sheila Biggart who is our new club champion!  There was a big turn out from the ladies section to watch a very close and exciting match between our finalists Jan Macnab and Sheila Biggart, with Sheila finishing 2 up.  Well done to both ladies!

Friday, August 27, 2021


Winners:  Vivien Howe and Gillian Donaghy (39 points)

Runners-up: Pamela MacKenzie and Chris Minto (36 points)

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Fun Australian Scramble Wed 22nd September

 Ladies, just a reminder that we are having a Fun Australian Scramble on Wednesday 22nd September.

In an Australian scramble the person hitting the shot that is selected does not play the next shot.
Please join in this last fun competition of the season.

Entries can be made now via SG app - when logged in to the app select "Comps" and scroll down the list. 

Teams will be posted nearer the time.

Wednesday, August 25, 2021


Well Done and a big thank you to everyone who played in the Charity Tri Am which raised the terrific sum of £87 for PARKINSON’S UK.

A ZEST for golf and fabulous weather made for a fun day.

Winners with 72pts
Karen Binning   Mary Hardie   Cynthia Keanie

Runners up  70pts
Denise Cowan   Louse Cooper   Maureen Cook 

Many thanks to Anne Robinson for organising the event.

Sunday, August 22, 2021

HALDEN CUP Sunday 22nd August

 The annual match between the Lady Captains Team and the Gents Captains Team for the Halden Cup was played today.

Despite some threatening skies it stayed dry.

The result was a draw, so the Gents retain the cup having won it the last time it was played in 2019.


The finalists for this year's Club Championship are Jan Macnab and Sheila Biggart.  The match will tee off at 12.30pm so please come along to support the ladies. 

Saturday, August 21, 2021


The Renfrewshire Ladies County Championship was played at Ranfurly Castle this week. Thanks to Craig and the greens staff for presenting the course in such a beautiful condition to show off to our visitors.

The Championship title was ultimately won by Jennifer Rankine of Haggs Castle (handicap +1) in a close match on Friday afternoon against Julie Wilson of Williamwood. Earlier, there had been a very good showing from our ladies.

Congratulations to Jan Macnab who won the Peggy Clark Cup for the best net score (73) in Wednesday's (very windy) qualifying round, just pipping Allison Murray with the better inward half.

Then, on Friday morning, Morag Cunningham won the handicap knockout final, beating Vicky Rennie at the 18th, to win the Irvine Trophy (presented 5 years ago by our own Jean Irvine).

Well done also to Denise Cowan who reached the semi-finals of the Championship itself and to Jan and Marion who both won their first match and were knocked out in the quarter-finals.

Jan, Jennifer & Morag with the trophies

Jean with Morag & Vicky and the Irvine Trophy

Slightly wet spectators at the Championship Final

Tuesday, August 17, 2021


The draw has been done for the Charity Tri-am on Wednesday 25 August. Cards and instructions will be in the locker room on the day. Stableford competition using your HANDICAP INDEX as your stroke allowance.

Please pay entry £3 cash on the day. All monies raised will go to PARKINSON'S UK.

9.20 Sheila Biggart, Karin Mackenzie, Chris Minto

9.30 Vivien Howe, Rosemary Ogilvie, Sheila Swinnerton

9.40 Pamela MacKenzie, Rosemary Reedie, Morag Cunningham

9.50 Anne Judge, Sally Smyth, Senga Nixon

10.00 Agnes Williamson, Gillian Donaghy, Eileen Walker

10.10 Karen Binning, Mary Hardie, Cynthia Keanie

10.20 Lilas Snodgrass, Jean Irvine, Vicky Rennie

10.30 Maureen Cook, Pat Pennel, Evelyn McDermid, Anne Gordon

Any cancellations or late entries, please contact Anne Robinson.


The Greenlees team had a strong finish to their season with a 6.5/2.5 win at home against Louden Gowf, giving them a total of 47 points.  Well done to all those who played this season!

Sunday, August 15, 2021


The first September competition is the medal on Wednesday 1 September.

By now everyone should be familiar with entry procedures. Email at least 9 days in advance, for handicap-counting competitions, to be included in a Wednesday morning ballot.

Check the Fixture List on the locker room notice board or look at your App to see all the upcoming competitions. 

Fun/Tri-am competitions can generally be entered on the App at any time before the draw is done (9 days in advance)

Thursday, August 12, 2021


Congratulations to Eleanor Cannon on winning the Bronze Championship!  Eleanor beat Helen Abram 2 and 1 in the final.