Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Below is a message from our retiring Captain Pat Colquhoun

I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone for their help and support throughout my term of office as Captain. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to be County Captain and I certainly could not have done it on my own.  You have all been wonderful buying and selling raffle tickets, bag packing and supporting the meetings.

Our juniors have excelled this year and are a great credit to the County.

Hopefully I will be fit again for the start of next season. 

Also a big thank you to everyone who bought an LGU Breakthrough cancer pin. I know some of you were disappointed when they sold out at the AGM but most generously still put a donation in the box. I shall order up a refill bag of 50 at the start of next season and everyone who missed out will be able to get one then.   For the box of 50 which was sold, I have sent off a cheque for £82.


Wishing you all continued success  and good health in 2014.




Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Nicola Robertson finished runner-up in the SLGA Junior Champion of Champions at the Dukes Course on Sunday. Conditions were  windy with cold miserable showers so a score of 74, one over the  CSS was excellent. Winner with a 73 was Lauren White from St Regulus and the National Junior Champion was third with a 76.  Eilidh Watson finished with an 81. Well done to both our girls for keeping Perth and Kinross name to the fore.
Above is from left to right, Connie Jaffery (3rd place 76), Lauren Whyte and Nicola Robertson.

Monday, October 07, 2013


Above is the presentation of the P&K Handicap League Trophy which was kindly presented by Loch Leven's Larder. League organiser Moira Lumby is pictured presenting the trophy to Dunkeld and Birnam team members Lorraine Bend and Hilary Cunningham.
If your club is interested in joining this league or would like more information please contact Moira, her details are below.

Moira Lumby

"Drumbeg", St Martins, Perth PH2 6AG

Tel:-01821 640519


Sunday, October 06, 2013


The winners of the Club Championships of the clubs across Perth & Kinross played for the title of Champion of Champions on the Queens Course at Gleneagles today.

24 ladies contested the title. Congratulations to all who took part and especially to Jacqueline Sneddon from Alyth who is the Champion of Champions for 2013. 

The course was in good condition despite the heavy shower.  Our sincere thanks to Gleneagles who gave courtesy of the course and all the facilities necessary for the competition. They looked after us very well indeed.

CSS  75  Reduction Only

1st J Sneddon, Alyth, 72
2nd E Ogilvy, P&K County,  77
3rd J Milne, Craigie Hill, 78