Wednesday, November 29, 2017


1st Tee

10.00    Anne Judge                                   June Giles                      Gillian Donaghy

10.06    Vivien Howe                                 Jean Murray                   Jean Irving

10.12    Lilias Snodgrass                             Marjorie Mitchell          Helen Abram

10.18    Evy MacGregor                             Vicky Rennie                  Mary Irvine

10.24    Jan Macnab                                    Jane Dickie                     Karen Binning

10.30    Sheila Biggart                                Marissa Barr                    Margaret Parrott

13th Tee

10.00    Marion Munro                             Eileen Walker                    Karin MacKenzie

10.06    Anne Robinson                           Dorothy Simpson               Joy McLeod

10.12    Mary Craig                                  Alison Templeton               Moira Wilson

10.18    Maureen Cook                             Linda McDougall              Morag Cunningham

Lunch will be served 12.45.  Prize for the best outfit.  If we are unlucky with the weather and are unable to golf, there will be a short Quiz before lunch so please come at 12.00pm and join up with the rest of your golf team.  In the event of golf being cancelled I will try to Blog the information by 9.30am on the day.

Non Golfers Quiz Teams

Nancy MacGadie, Alison Robertson, Kay Martin, Moyra Gordon

Marion Reid, Jennifer Cairns, Cynthia Keanie, Sheila Sangster

Please can you tick your name or contact me at

Looking forward to a FUN day.


Thursday, November 16, 2017


16 ladies tried Stewart Catering's Afternoon Tea yesterday, at lunchtime, after a bracing 13 holes in the morning. Tea and cake stands replete with finger sandwiches, scones and a selection of cakes were enjoyed by all.

Friday, November 10, 2017


Scottish Golf’s first national conference will be staged at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) on Saturday 2 December, with the governing body inviting anyone with a passion for the game to contribute to the debate on the sport’s future direction in this country.

Registration is now open to those who wish to attend, with the invitation extended to golf club members and non-members, those involved in club, Area and County administration, media, coaches and other interested parties, with the event being held from 10.00am through to 2.30pm.

Following the recent cancellation of the governing body’s planned Special General Meeting in Stirling on the same day, the move to the capital venue is to accommodate extra demand for attendance and stimulate as much discussion as possible across key aspects of the game.

The national conference is part of Scottish Golf’s move to extend the consultation period on its new strategy. The Annual General Meeting will be held in March 2018, while the recruitment for a new Chief Executive to lead the organisation is currently well underway.

Eleanor Cannon, Executive Chair for Scottish Golf, said: “This is a hugely important time for golf in Scotland, as we work to attract much-needed investment into the game and provide increased support to clubs at grass roots level. It is vital that we discuss innovative ideas on what is required to make golf more sustainable, improve member retention and recruit new people into our great game.

“Our consultation process has generated significant engagement over the last few months and given the level of interest, we felt we needed as big a venue as possible to allow as many people to make a contribution to the debate. We want to encourage a two-way discussion on the future of golf and the conference will be a platform to stimulate positive debate.

“We want to hear from anyone with a passion for the game, whether it be a PGA Pro, ClubGolf coaching volunteer, long-time member, nomadic golfer or beginner. It is essential we hear a wide spectrum of views as we look to address the significant challenges impacting the game in Scotland.”

The EICC event will feature presentations from keynote speakers looking at current trends, industry research, insights from clubs and digital innovation, with interactive workshops giving delegates the opportunity to provide their own input.

Places can be booked via the Scottish Golf website homepage at Entry is free of charge and complimentary tea, coffee and a sandwich lunch will be provided to all delegates.

The EICC is located on Morrison Street in the west end of the city, just a short walk from Haymarket train and tram station, while attendees will receive a 30% discount at the nearby NCP Castle Street car park.


Thursday, November 09, 2017


The West Vets AGM was held on the 2nd November at Cowglen Golf Club

Congratulations go to Lilias on being a prizewinner

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

R.L.C.G.A. Fixture Card

For those ladies who are Members of the County, the 2018 fixture cards are now available in the ladies locker room.

Denise is presented with a prize from RLCGA President Jennifer Mack

Marion is presented with a prize from RLCGA President Jennifer Mack

For more about the AGM and prize giving  from the County AGM on the 1st November at Haggs Castle Golf Club and to see photographs from the evening CLICK HERE