Friday, July 30, 2004
Scoring was particularly good on what was a very warm yet rainy day! Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) a County Team member had a scratch score of 73 and team mate Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) a scratch 75. Maya Robertson (Taymouth Castle) had a nett 64 off a handicap of 16 and Susan Ogg (Dunkeld) an impressive nett 65. Well done to all ladies. The rest of the result are as follows:
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 73
Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) 75
Maya Robertson (Taymouth Castle) (16) 64
Susan Ogg (Dunkeld) (25) 65
Angela Crossland (Dunblane) (25) 67
Lesley O'Donnell (Alyth) (22) 68
Our thanks go to the very nice starter who made us all feel very welcome.
Remember and get your entries in to Lenore for Captains Day at Muckhart which will be held on Monday 23rd August.
Thursday, July 22, 2004
On Monday 30th August 2004 Strathmore Golf Centre, Alyth are hosting a Ladies Charity Golf Greensome Competition. This is run by Joan Merry who although is Lady Captain at Strathmore she is also a committee member of the Dundee Local Committee for Cancer Research Cancer. This event has been running for a number of years now and last year alone raised over £3500.
Cancer Research UK Scotland invests over £16 million annually in vital cancer research programmes ongoing in hospitals, universities and laboratories in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow and St. Andrews. Latest figures show that there are now a million people alive and well today who have been successfully treated for cancer on the last decade. They owe their lives to better treatments, new drugs and early detection of the disease- all products of research.
Therefore if you would like to help this cause and have a game of golf with a friend amidst the lovely Perthshire scenery please send entries to Mrs J Merry, Tanglewood, Castleroy, Hill Street, Broughty Ferry Dundee DD5 2JN. Tel no 01382 776099.
The entry fee is £32 per couple and cheque's are to be made payable to Cancer Research UK. Coffee and a filled roll is included in the entry fee . Please state names, addresses, telephone number, home club and handicaps.
Tee times are from 9am to 1pm
Here are the results of the Karyn Dallas Trophy held over Auchterarder Golf Club on 21st July 2004. 9 girls played 18 holes and 11 girls played 9 holes.
1st Scratch - Carly Booth 74
Winner of the Karyn Dallas trophy - Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) (12) 67
Lisa Gowrie (Dunkeld) (24) 69
Julienne Peebles (Craigie Hill) (17) 70
Isla Moncrieff (Aberfeldy) (20) 71
Lucy Gilmore (Strathmore) (19) 73
Ailsa Tweedie (Murrayshall) (33) 74
Laura Campbell (Pitlochry) (23) 76
Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) (13) 78
9 hole girls (all scores are nett)
Lauren Marchbank (Auchterarder) 28
Joanna Campbell (Craigie Hill) 30
Patricia Mennie (Auchterarder) 33
Megan Aird (Pitlochry) 39
Kelsey Watson (Auchterarder) 41
Louise Campbell (Craigie Hill) 42
Emma McLaren (Auchterarder) 44
Kathryn Robertson (Auchterarder) 51
Jennifer Walker (Dunkeld) 56
Natalie Kerr (Auchterarder) 59
Melody McMahon (Unattached) 59
Carol and Lenore would like to thank Dot Doris, Hazel Gibson, Pat Colquhoun and Pam Drysdale for walking round with the 9 hole girls. Guess what - the rain stayed away!!
Date of next junior event Friday 13th August - McPherson Medals - at Glenisla Golf Centre.
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
9.30 J. Milne J.Griffiths
9.37 D.Farquhar C.Irving
9.45 P.Drysdale A.Tannock E.Marshall
9.52 P.Colquhoun K.McKellar M.MacRae
10.00 M.MacNaughton A.Spiers H.Gibson
10.07 F.Guild R.Duncan M.Carruthers
10.15 R.Hoad M.Halkerston M.Reid
10.22 N.Bremner I.Murdoch C.Robertson
10.30 L.O’Donnell A.Spence M.McLeod
10.37 J.Nisbet K.McKay S.Irvine
10.45 C.Choudhray J.Stevenson J.Thom
10.52 A.Crossland S.Ogg M.Stewart
11.00 P.Hebner J.McNaughton M.Vass
11.07 M.Smith A.Sinclair S.Ireland
5.15 D.Butchart A.Stockley
5.22 S.Leighton P.Choo S.Mitchell
5.30 G.Pennycook J.Chisholm S.Johnston
5.37 D.Whytock S.Crystal C.Tripney
5.45 H.Dalgleish M.Bruce M.McKay
Here's hoping the sun shines!
Monday, July 19, 2004
Both Roseanne Niven and Carly Booth have been named as team members for the Girls Home Internationals at Strathaven Golf Club from August 11 to 13. This a huge honour for both girls and we are very proud that they have made the team. Roseanne has also been named as one of the girls who scores will be counted for the team event.
Well done to both girls and we will be supporting you all the way!
posted by Dawn @ 9:57 AM
Friday, July 16, 2004
Friday, July 16, 2004
A repeat final at BP Scottish Girls Championship
Title holder Kelly Brotherton will once again meet Krystal Caithness in the final of the BP Scottish Girls Championship. Kelly 18 a scratch golfer from Loretto school played 2 under par to beat Kylie Walker (Buchannan Castle) 5&4. While Krystal beat Rachael Livingston (Musselburgh old) by two holes. Both finalist played our own girls, Roseanne and Carly, earlier in the competition.
Thursday, July 15, 2004
Roseanne Niven played great golf today but narrowly missed out on progressing further when she was beaten by Scottish Team mate Kyrstal Caithness by one hole. Roseanne was 3 down at one point but won both the 15th and 16th (with a birdie) and Krystal had to get up and down at the 17th to halve the hole.
As always Roseanne played well and did P&K proud. Well done.
Disappointment for Carly Booth as she has been knocked out of the BP Scottish Girls Championship by title holder Kelly Brotherton. Carly met Kelly last year and the match went to the 25th hole however this year Kelly won 2 & 1. Kelly now goes on to meet Michelle Thomson in the quarters. However our hopes are not dashed as Roseanne our current P&K County Champion has won through to the quarter finals after a tough fight against Amanda Edwards and winning her match on the last green.
Roseanne now goes head to head with her Scottish Team mate Krystal Caithness. Krystal is the current holder of the Scottish under 16 which Roseanne has also held. This should prove to be a great match with two very talented young golfers. We all wish Roseanne the very best of luck and I will try to keep you posted of the outcome.
QUARTER-FINALS LINE-UP THURSDAY MORNING
Kelly Brotherton v Michele Thomson
Kylie Walker v Sally Watson
Rachael Livingstone v Sarah Herd
Krystle Caithness v Roseanne Niven.
Wednesday, July 14, 2004
Both Carly and Roseanne have had convincing wins in the first round of the BP Girls Championship. Number 1 seed Carly beat Rachel Myles (St Leonards) 5 & 3 while number 2 seed Roseanne beat Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth) 7 & 5. Excellent results from both girls, well done.
Our other junior Sally Kettlewell lost out to Sally Watson (Ellie & Earlsferry) 6 & 5 however Sally has done well to have qualified to the match play stages. Well done Sally.
I will try to keep you posted with the results as I get them. Good luck girls!
Carly Booth and Roseanne Niven are seeded number 1 & 2 in the quailfying stages at the BP Scottish Girls Championship at Pumpherston. Carly scored a 72 and 76 for a total of 148 while Roseanne shot a 75 & 74 to be only one behind with a 149. Sally Kettlewell from Dunblane also qualified with scores of 85 & 83. Well done to all three players. We will keep you posted with the match play results.
Just a quick reminder that the next County Meeting is at the Perth Inch on July 29th. If you haven't already entered please send your entries off today to Alison Stockley.
Registration for this meeting will be at the Bell Sports Centre.
See you there.
Scoring was good at Glenisla on Monday with a total of 9 ladies playing under their handicap. Perhaps it was the fantastic condition of the course or it may have been that some of us managed a whole round without any rain! Emily Ogilvy a County Team member from Muckhart won the Coronation Trophy with a fanatsic scratch score of 74. Dawn Butchart another County Team member was second with a 77. The winner of the Handicap Quaich was Glenisla member Gillian Wallace with a nett 69. Playing off a handicap of 9 her scratch score was also third place 78. 2nd place was Heddie Straw with a 70bih. The rest of results were as follows:
1st Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) 74
2nd Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 77
3rd Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) 78
4th Janet Griffiths (Comrie) 79 bih
5th Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) 79
1st Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) (9) 69
2nd Heddie Straw (Taymouth Castle) (17) 70 bih
3rd Cath Irving (Blairgowrie) (11) 70 bih
4th Moira Spalding (Alyth) (23) 70 bih
5th Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) (4) 70 bih
6th Helen Telford (Pitlochry) (13) 70
7th Ina Murdoch (Blairgowrie) (19) 71 bih
8th Anne Speirs (Dunkeld) (16) 71 bih
9th Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) (6) 71
10th Janet Griffiths (Comrie) (7) 72
Well done to all Ladies.
Thursday, July 08, 2004
Our girls put up a good show at the North of Scotland but unfortunately none made it through to the Semi's. Dawn Butchart was knocked out in the first round by an on form Frances Neish who was 2 under par after 15 holes! Jillian Milne won against Jill Harrison of Cruden Bay in the first round however playing against Ann Ramsay (Kirriemuir) in the quarters went to the 23rd hole!! Unfortunately Jillian lost out to Ann however the golf played by both girls was a treat to watch. Sadly two of our players were up against each other on the first round, junior girl Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane)played our Vice Captain Janet Griffiths (Comrie) Sally won 6 and 5. The golf was of a high standard by both players. Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) played some great golf to win against Ann Hay (Letham Grange). She then played young Katie McNicoll (Carnoustie) the match was tense and went to the 21st hole Jane losing out on a close fought match.
The results were as follows:
First round _ L Walker (Nairn Dunbar) beat K Stalker (Fraserburgh) 6 and 5, F Neish (Murcar) beat D Butchart (Strathmore) 5 and 3, A Ramsay (Kirriemuir) beat D Pocock (Murcar) 4 and 3, J Milne (Craigie Hill) beat J Harrison (Cruden Bay) 3 and 2, A Bushby (Strathmore) beat L Fotheringham (Abertay) at 19th, S Kettlewell (Dunblane) beat J Griffiths (Comrie) 6 and 5, K McNicoll (Carnoustie) beat L Terry (Cruden Bay) 5 and 3, J Yellowlees (Murrayshall) beat A Hay (Letham Grange).
Quarter-finals _ Neish beat Walker 4 and 3, Ramsay beat Milne at 23rd, Bushby beat Kettlewell at 19th, McNicoll beat Yellowlees at 21st.
The semi finals saw Ann Ramsay beat Frances Neish and Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) beat K. McNcoll at the 19th hole.
In the final Alexandra was level par at the turn and 4 up she then birdied the 10th to go to 5 however after some problems at the 11th conceded the hole to Ann. She then went on to win the 12th with a par a half on bogies at the 13th made it dormie going down 14 and with a birdie 4 won the match.
Our ladies in the handicap section also put up a good show and Jan Kennedy (Blairgowrie) won through to the semi final stages of the competition. Well done to Jan. Unfortunately Jan lost to Susan Belton who went on to win the overall event.
Again two of players played against each other in the first round. Norma Fleming (Alyth) played our junior girl Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) and won through to the quarters 2&1 where once again she met up with a P&K lady Jan Kennedy, Jan won the match 4&3. Jennie French (Strathmore) won the morning match against C Docherty (Cruden Bay) but then came against the eventual winner Susan Belton and was beaten 2&1. Two more P&K players met in the first round Margaret MacNaughton (Blairgowrie) and Jane Taylor(Strthmore). Jane who is our current County Handicap champion lost to Margaret 2&1 Margaret met young Sammy Vass a up and coming young star from Tain by 1 hole. Jill Stewart (Alyth) lost to M. Duthie (Panmure Barry) 3&2 and Cath Irving lost to Julie Taylor (Kirriemuir) by 1 hole. The matches were all played in the true spirit of the game and the players were all a credit to the county. Well done all.
HANDICAP _ First round _ N Fleming (Alyth) (9) beat J Sneddon (Alyth) (14) 2 and 1, J Kennedy (Blairgowrie) (15) beat V Harper (Deeside) 911) at 19th, S Belton (Kirriemuir) (11) beat R Roy (Ballater) (10) 3 and 1, J French (Strathmore) (11) beat C Docherty (Cruden Bay) (20) at 19th, M MacNaughton (Blairgowrie) 915) beat Jane Taylor (Strathmore) (16) 2 and 1, S Vass (Tain) (26) beat H Kelly (Panmure Barry) (12) 3 and 1, M Duthie (Panmure Barry) (14) beat J Stewart (Alyth) (12) 3 and 2, Julie Taylor (Kirriemuir) (8) beat C Irving (Blairgowrie) (11) 1 hole.
Quarter-finals _ Kennedy beat Fleming 4 and 3, Belton beat French 2 and 1, Vass beat MacNaughton 4 and 2, Duthie beat Julie Taylor 1 hole.
HANDICAP - Semi-finals - S Belton (Kirriemuir) (11) beat J Kennedy (Blairgowrie) (15) 1 hole, M Duthie (Panmure Barry) (14) beat S Vass (Tain) (26) 1 hole. Final - Belton beat Duthie at 19th.
Our thanks go to Chris Spencer (Manager) and all at Strathmore Golf Centre who hosted this event brilliantly.
Tuesday, July 06, 2004
The qualifying round played at Strathmore Golf Centre on July 5th saw 5 county members qualify for the Scratch Match play stages of the North of Scotland Ladies Golf Championship and 8 members entering the Handicap stages. A grand total of 13 P&K ladies out of the 32 qualifiers is a fantastic feat. Well done to all.
The top P&K Scratch qualifier was our own Vice Captain Janet Griffiths (Comrie) who shot a 75 with a handicap of 8 she scored a fantastic nett 67!!! 5 under the 72 par. Janet qualified 3rd just narrowly missing out on 2nd spot on a better inward half from Ann Hay from Letham Grange. Well done Janet a fantastic score. Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) and Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) both scored 76, Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane) and Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) also reached the qualifying stages with 80. A great show from P&K! The top qualifier was Laura Walker (Nairn and Dunbar) equaling the par of 72.
Two P&K players landed the top two seeds in the Handicap qualifier. Young Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) with a handicap of 14 shot 2 under par 70 better inward half from Cath Irving (Blairgowrie) handicap 11. Well done to both ladies on such a wet and windy day. Jennie French (Strathmore) Jane Taylor (Strathmore) and Jill Stewart (Alyth) all scored 71. Jan Kennedy (Blairgowrie) 72, Margaret MacNaughton 73 and Norma Fleming 74.
Yesterday saw County Committee members doubling up as greenkeepers trying to keep the greens playable on what was a very wet day. Thankfully the weather did hold long enough to enable play to continue and the days play come to a conclusion.
We will keep you posted as to the results for today.
Sunday, July 04, 2004
To follow is the draw for our County Meeting at Glenisla.
P&K County Meeting Glenisla
Monday 12th July 2004
09:30 N. Fleming M. Hope J. Yellowlees
09:37 M. McPherson E. Donaldson G. Lambie
09:45 J. Milne J. Muirhead M. Ritchie
09:52 G. Wallace M. McGlashan L. McGraw
10:00 E. Miskimmin D. Farquhar J. Griffiths
10:07 M. McNaughton M. Watson H. Telford
10:15 E. Marshall S. Erskine S. Service
10:22 D. Benzies A. Spence A. Hood
10:30 J. Tomlinson A. Grewar J. Heaney
10:37 P. Kelly J. Kennedy Marion Robertson
10:45 C. Peebles F. Guild P. Colquhoun
10:52 E. Benzies K. Jarvie L. Kyle
11:00 J. French C. Robertson
11:07 C. Tripney J. Montgomery I. Murdoch
11:15 J. Pringle G. Pennycook J. Clowe
11:22 C. Winton E. Milligan A. Kean
11:30 H. Gibson F. Johnston R. Duncan
11:37 S. Bowers L. Findlay L. Scott
11:45 N. Bremner J. Gordon M. Halkerston
11:52 S. Dorward M. Spalding M. MacLeod
12:00 S. Irvine J. Groom G. Ness
12:07 J. Nisbet L. O'Donnell S. Peacock
12:15 P. Hebner W. Nicoll A. Crossland
12:22 M. Stewart H. Stout S. Jones
12:30 S. Ogg K. McKay M. McLay
16:30 D. Butchart C. Lambie
16:37 P. Drysdale J. Taylor A. Spier
16:45 H. Straw D. Whytock C. Peter
16:52 S. Crystal M. Chapman L. Fertacz
17:00 M. Robertson M. McKay S. Chisholm
17:07 S. Johnson S. Mitchell J. Chisholm
17:15 C. Turner H. Dalgleish R. Brass
17:22 S. Leighton M. Bruce A. Ker
Thursday, July 01, 2004
Roseanne Niven, our County Champion, heads off to France this weekend to represent Scotland in the European Girls Team Championship. Roseanne is joined with Krystle Caithness, Clare-Marie Carlton and Gemma Webster.
competition starts in earnest on July 6th and continues through to July 10th.
We all would like to send our best wishes to Roseanne and will keep up to date on all the results.