Wednesday, January 19, 2022


 Dear ladies

Here is the 2022 Ladies Fixture list. 

Happy golfing in 2022!


Tuesday, January 11, 2022


A Happy New Year to all.  The AGM on Saturday 8th January 2022  was well attanded despite fears of  Covid and everyone was well spaced out.  The Prize giving that followed was a celebration of how well a few of the Ladies had played last year.  The photos are a record of just some of the Trophies won by an elite group!

Monday, January 10, 2022


Rosemary Ogilvie will organise a draw for bounce games on Wednesdays in February.

Dates are 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd. 

The 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.

If wishing to play on any of the above dates, please email .  Last date for entry into February draw is 24th January. 
 An email will come out with all the groups.

This will conclude the Wednesday bounce games as the golfing fixtures for the new season commence on Wednesday 16th March.

Morag Cunningham


 Following the ladies AGM on Saturday, this is a list of the members of the ladies committee for 2022

Lady Captain                  Morag Cunningham
Lady Vice-Captain          Vacant
Secretary                        Joy McLeod
Treasurer                        Alison Templeton
Handicap                        Karen Binning
Handicap (ex-officio)      Jan Mcnab
Past Lady Captain          Rosemary Ogilvie
Member                          Kate Scott
Member                          Pauline MacEwen
Member                          Morven McLeod

You will note that the Vice Captaincy is up for grabs. If you would like to nominate yourself or anyone else for this role, please contact Morag by midnight on Fri 21st January.

If anyone wishes to raise any matter or make any suggestion, Lady Captain Morag can be reached on, 01505 612829 or 07776 151659

Saturday, January 08, 2022

CAPTAINS DRIVE-IN now Sunday 23rd January

 Dear Ladies

Due to the incoming gents captain isolating due to Covid, the Captains Drive-In and Captains Quaich competition have been rescheduled to Sunday 23rd January.

The new captains will drive-in at 10.30am

The Captains Quaich competition can be entered on SG app. This has been upgraded to a 18 hole individual stableford. Playing groups will be drawn beforehand.

Lets hope the weather allows play on 23rd January.

Morag Cunningham

Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Ladies Section AGM

 A reminder that the AGM will take place at the Club on Saturday 8th January, 10.45-11.00am.

Please take a LF Test before attending  and wear a mask as per the Government guidance.  All seating will be well spaced to conform with 1mtr guidance.

If unable to attend apologies can be emailed to Joy before Saturday.

Monday, January 03, 2022


 Hello Ladies

Denise Cowan has kindly forwarded information on some fun formats for golf games.
Hope you have fun trying them next time you play!

Morag Cunningham

This is match play competition with a team of one player taking on a team of the other two. To make it fair, the singleton team changes ever six holes. The team with two in it, their better ball counts as their score. A point is given to each golfer on the winning side on a hole, and whoever has the most points after 18 holes is the winner.


Another match play version, but in this one everyone plays on their own. Six points are awarded for each hole. If there is an outright winner and an outright second place then it is 4pts to the winner and 2pts to the second place. If two people tie for first it is 3pts each to them. If two people tie for second they get a point. If everyone ties the hole they get 2pts each.

One player plays his ball throughout, and takes on the other two who are a team playing greensomes.

This takes the idea from squash where only the person who is serving can score a point. On the Perch, also known sometimes as In The Chair or Chairman, is a format whereby only the person On The Perch can score a point.
The game starts with the perch being empty. The first player to win a hole outright then goes on the perch. If that person then wins the next hole outright, they score a point; if someone else wins that hole outright then they go on the perch. If the player on the perch halves the hole, he or she remains on the perch. If the other two players halve the hole the player is knocked off the perch and the perch becomes empty.

This format can be played by three balls or four balls. Each hole is worth a skin – the term coming from the idea that there is a bag of money in a leather bag as the prize. The players decide in advance what each hole is worth in terms of a skin – sometimes all 18 have the same value, sometimes the later holes are worth more. If a player wins the hole outright he wins the skin. If no-one wins, then that skin is added to the skin for the next hole, and whoever win that hole then wins two skins. If there is no outright winner on that hole, the next becomes worth three skins and so on.


 Hello Ladies

The drive-in of the new captains will take place at 10.30am on Sunday 9th January.
Hopefully, the weather will be benign so that some of you may be inclined to come to the 1st tee to cheer off the 2022 captains.

There is an associated mixed competition for the Captains Quaich. Winner will be presented with the quaich by Stevie Scott, the 2022 Club Captain.
The format will be mixed individual stableford. Entries can be made now on the SG app. Tee times have been reserved from 10.30-11.30am. A random draw will be done - games can include a mix of gents, ladies and juniors.

Due to the current Covid situation, there is no associated catering for those playing. 
For those who wish it, coffee/lunch will be available as usual in the clubhouse.

Please support this event if you can.

Thanks! Happy New Year and Happy Golfing in 2022 to you all.

Morag Cunningham

Monday, December 27, 2021


Rosemary Ogilvie has kindly agreed to take over from Pamela to organise Wednesday bounce games for the remainder of the winter. 

The 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 January are 12th,19th and 26th.

If wishing to play on any of the above dates, please email .  Last date for entry into January draw is 4th January. 
 An email will come out with all the groups.

Lets hope that the weather remains kind for golf in January.

Morag Cunningham

Friday, December 10, 2021

Christmas Cracker Results

 Wednesday turned out to be a lovely morning for golf despite the doom and gloom of the forecast.

24 ladies played the 9 holes in various forms of Xmas dress, some more outrageous than others, but everyone enjoyed the golf.  A total of 38 enjoyed the Xmas lunch in the Castle Room which looked really festive thanks to Leanna's hard work.

The winning team with 24 points were Anne Robinson, Mary Hardie and Fiona Aitken and the runners up with 23 points were Sheila Biggart, Helen Abram and Alison Templeton.  The winner of the best outfit went to Margaret Parrott.

Thank you to everyone who played Spot the Ball - won by Fiona Aitken - which resulted in £53.00 being sent to the Red Cross.  An extra thank you to Fiona for donating her winnings back to the Charity.

Thursday, December 09, 2021


It is with great sadness that I have to report that Anne Nicoll died last night.  I'm sure we all remember her for her positive attitude and kindness, and our thoughts are with her family.

Wednesday, December 08, 2021


Having looked at 3 weather forecasts I think we should be in luck for golf today!  Enjoy!

Friday, December 03, 2021


There will be an opportunity for you to win £25 at the Christmas lunch on Wednesday!

British Red Cross are raising funds and we have the chance to help.  Just write your name in a box, on a grid, to guess where the golf ball could be.   Each guess will cost  £1.00 so be sure to have some actual cash with you when you come for Lunch.  For someone to win £25.00, Red Cross will also get £25.00 so your £1.00 goes a long way.

Looking forward to seeing you at the club.

Monday, November 29, 2021


Updated draw for the Festive Tri-Am on Wednesday 8th December 2021:

There will be a 3-tee start, to help everyone finish around the same time, to save a lot of waiting around before lunch. The draw does therefore not show up on the Scottish Golf App, but the 1st tee has been reserved appropriately to allow starting from the 1st, 13th and 16th between 10-10.30am.

1st Tee

10.00 Louise Cooper, Vicky Rennie,  Evelyn McDermid

10.10 Maureen Cook, Morag Cunningham, Cynthia Keanie

10.20 Anne Judge, Sally Smyth, Anne Gordon

10.30 Anne Robinson, Mary Hardie, Fiona Aitken

16th Tee

10.10 Sheila Biggart, Helen Abram, Alison Templeton

10.20 Jan Macnab, Rosemary Ogilive, Alison Robertson

10.30 Lilias Snodgrass, Carol Reid, Chris Minto

13th Tee

10.10 Pamela MacKenzie, Karin MacKenzie, Carol Barnes  

10.20 Joy McLeod, Pat Pennel, Eileen Walker

Play holes 1,2,3, 13,14,15, 16,17,18.

Take a card.

Use Green Course Handicap - one stableford score to count at each hole.

Tuesday, November 09, 2021


To play in the fun 9 hole Stableford competition (holes 1-3 and 13-18) please enter via the SG App. Lunch will be served at 12.45pm -  soup and half sandwich combo with mince pie and tea/coffee costing £7.

Golfers and non-golfers must sign up for lunch on the sheet in the locker room and pay Leanna at the bar (credit/debit card or cash).

In the event of bad weather I will blog by 9.00am and we can meet at the club for quiz/games at noon!

Don't forget your Christmas outfits!!

Any problems contact Gillian 

Wednesday, November 03, 2021


Anyone wishing to be in the ballot for Wednesday bounce games on 1st or 15th December (8th is Christmas 9 hole competition) please email Pamela by Friday 19th November . 

Friday, October 29, 2021


The first Ladies Dinner since 2019 was held on Wednesday 27th October in the newly refurbished clubhouse.  It was a very wet evening but that didn't stop 44 ladies from coming out to enjoy the evening.  Sadly one lady failed to make it due to the dreadful flooding around Paisley and with so many roads closed as a result.

The catering team did a wonderful job coping with all the orders, both food and bar, to ensure that everyone was safe and remained seated at their table.  It certainly was a noisy affair and, after such a long time without socialising, it was lovely to be back to some form of normality.

Captain Gillian welcomed everyone at the start of the evening and then presented the Fun Competition prizes at the end.  Anne Judge informed us that the Greenlees Team had won Division 2 comprehensively and will be playing back in Division 1 next season.  She also thanked Nancy MacGadie for her dedication to the team over 7 decades and wished her a happy 'retirement'. She will be sadly missed.   


The final event of the year will be the Festive Tri-am on Wed 8th December.  Entries can now be made via the Scottish golf app and the draw will be made as usual before the event.  Information regarding lunch afterwards will follow.

Here are a few photos of the evening!


Friday, October 08, 2021


Anyone wishing to enter the ballot for bounce games on 3rd, 10th, 17th or 24th November please email by Tuesday 19th October.

Thursday, October 07, 2021


Played Wednesday 6 October 2021, 17 entries

1st Silver: Eleanor Cannon 90 (19) 71

2nd Silver: Nancy MacGadie 90 (16) 74

1st Bronze: Rosemary Ogilvie 98 (23) 75

2nd Bronze: Pat Pennel 102 (25) 77

Lowest Gross: Jan Macnab 84


Wednesday, October 06, 2021


 The draw for the 12 hole Knockout has now been posted on the notice board.

Play is on the Green course and is from holes 1-12.  If extra holes are required play 16,17 etc.

Cards with the stroke index are also on the notice board.