Tuesday, May 04, 2021

P&K COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP - RESULTS & DRAWS

Jen Saxton (Dunfermline) is the leading qualifier for the P&K Ladies' County Championship after a cracking five-under-par 68 at Strathmore today.
The top 8 scratch players and the next 8 handicap players will play the finals at Strathmore this weekend.

Results from today's Championship qualifier at Strathmore

Scratch
1st Jen Saxton 68
2nd Eilidh Watson 75

Handicap
1st Jen Saxton (-1) 69
2nd Jillian Milne (5) 71

Championship Draw for Saturday 8 May

A. K. Rosebowl (Scratch)
12:45  Jen Saxton (Dunfermline) v Carol Muir (Craigie Hil)
12:52  Jillian Milne (Blairgowrie) v Megan Ashley (Blairgowrie)
13:00  Laura Walker (Muckhart) v Isla Moncrieff (Aberfeldy)
13:07  Eilidh Watson (St Regulus) v Emily Aird (Blairgowrie)

Gibb Trophy (Handicap)
13:15  Pamela Malton (Perth Ladies) v Dawn Butchart (Strathmore)
13:22  Gwen Munro (Dunked) v Anita Collins (Milnathort)
13:30  Liz Milligan (Dunblane) v Susan MacDougall (Aberfeldy)
13:37  Alex Glaister (Muckhart) v Jen Marshall (Dunblane)

Good luck everyone!

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

STRATHMORE MEETING - DRAW

Draw for the STRATHMORE Meeting & Championship Qualifier at Strathmore on Tuesday 4 May is below.  Click to enlarge.
The Convenor is our Hon. President, Dawn Butchart.

Strathmore has kindly allowed us a couple of slots for Late Entries. If you are interested in playing please contact Dawn direct.

COVID-19
To keep everyone safe on the day, please ensure that you follow the current social distancing guidelines and comply with any COVID-19 instructions that Strathmore Golf Centre and/or the Ladies' County Committee may have.

Friday, April 23, 2021

SCOTTISH GOLF COVID-19 UPDATE - 23 APRIL 2021

Scottish Golf has issued a COVID-19 update in response to the COVID-19 briefing given by the First Minister of Scotland on Tuesday 20 April.


The statement issued by Scottish Golf reads as follows:

"Following this week's announcement by the First Minister, Scottish Golf welcomes confirmation that mainland Scotland will be entering Level 3 on Monday 26th April."

"We have received final approval from our partners at sportscotland and the Scottish Government on our updated guidance which is available here."

"Our updated guidance means that from Monday 26th April, the following changes will take place:"
  • "Adults living in Level 3 or Level 4 areas may leave their local authority area to participate in informal exercise and organised sport that starts and finishes in the same place."
  • "Clubhouse facilities may open."
  • "All indoor hospitality may operate until 20.00, allowing 6 people from 2 households to meet. No alcohol is permitted."
  • "All outdoor hospitality may resume. Groups may consist of up to 6 people from 6 households. Alcohol may be served, and licensing times apply."

"Clubs should note that the Scottish Government has issued updated guidance, available here, with additional precautions for hospitality venues. The guidance highlights that hospitality venues should gather contact details for all their customers – not just for the lead member of each group."


"We know that 26th April is a date that will have been circled in the diaries of both golf clubs and golfers across Scotland for some time now, and we are delighted that we can continue to make progress out of lockdown. We would remind everyone to continue to follow the latest guidance and take the required precautions to ensure we can continue to benefit from these new relaxations."

"Please note that detail for all other levels remains indicative at this stage and could be subject to further relaxation or change. You can continue to keep up to date on all the latest COVID-19 updates on our dedicated webpage here."

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

COMMONWEALTH SPOONS AT GLENISLA - THURS. 20 MAY

Our next County meeting is the Commonwealth Spoons Foursomes at Glenisla on Thursday 20 May.
Glenisla is a cracking wee course. So, if you fancy joining us for a socially distanced game of foursomes (18-holes) on Thursday 20th May, grab a partner by WhatsApp or text and get your entries in now!

The Convenor is Committee Member, Gwen Tate

The closing date is: Monday 10 May (please enter with a partner)

Entry Form: If you would like to enter, please click on the link below:
Glenisla - 20 May 2021

Monday, April 19, 2021

LAST CALL FOR THE COUNTY MEETING AT STRATHMORE

A wee reminder that our first P&K Ladies' County meeting this year is the STRATHMORE Meeting & Championship Qualifier on Tues. 4 May.
So, if you are a member and want to enjoy a game at Strathmore, you need to get your entries in by Saturday 24 April 2021.

The Convenor is our Hon. President, Dawn Butchart.

Entry Form: If you would like to enter, please click on the link below:
STRATHMORE - 4 May 2021

Sunday, April 18, 2021

P&K LADIES' HANDICAP LEAGUE - FIXTURE LIST 2021

The Perth & Kinross Ladies' Handicap League has published its full Fixture List for 2021.
The Results will be published on the P&K Ladies' County Golf Association website throughout the season. To follow them just click on the link below:
The P&K Ladies' Handicap League

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

SCOTTISH GOLF COVID-19 UPDATE - 14 APRIL 2021

Scottish Golf has issued a COVID-19 update in response to the COVID-19 briefing given by the First Minister of Scotland yesterday.


The statement issued by Scottish Golf reads as follows:

"Following the First Minister’s latest update, Scottish Golf welcomes the news that the early easing of some lockdown restrictions will now take place from Friday 16th April."

"We have received final approval from our partners at sportscotland and the Scottish Government on our updated guidance which is available here."

"Our updated guidance means that from Friday 16th April, the following changes will take place:"
  • "Adults living in Level 3 or Level 4 areas may leave their local authority area to participate in informal exercise that starts and finishes in the same place."
  • "Groups can consist of up to 4 golfers from within Scotland, with no restrictions on number of households."
"Golf continues to benefit from being classified as informal exercise by the Scottish Government and we recognise that this is a privileged position in comparison to some other sports at this time. This means that players from outwith the club’s local authority area can now travel to participate in a casual game of golf. However, where cross-border travel is required, competitive play will not be permitted at this time. We anticipate that from the 26th April, subject to further announcements, this restriction will also be lifted."

"This announcement is welcome news for the golfing community. We know many golf clubs and golfers have endured significant sacrifices during the recent lockdown, but we hope that today’s update will provide an opportunity for more people to get back out on the golf course and enjoy the physical and mental health benefits that a round can provide. We thank you again for your understanding and, as the lighter nights and better weather return, we hope you enjoy being able to meet up with friends and family for a game."

"Keep up to date on all the latest COVID-19 updates on our dedicated webpage here."