Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Blairgowrie Golf Club held their prizegiving recently, above are the prizewinners for 2005. Congratulations to everyone. Back, left to right - L Fetacz, M Steven, H Welsh, J McKenzie, L Rice, M Hope, M Black, M Livingston, M MacNaughton, C Irving, and B Cuthbert. Front, left to right - D Johnston, M Stewart, H Inglis, J Hamilton (Captain) S Shepherd, M Rae, J Laburn and M Chalmers. What a wonderful turnout and it's great to see so many County members amongst the winners!
Monday, December 05, 2005
More Pitlochry Prize winners for 2005 - left to right Jan Harriman, Gwen Beaton (Ladies' Captain), Sal Shepherd, Jean Bates, Margaret MacCrae and Jannette Kennedy. Congratulations to all!
Thursday, December 01, 2005
Each year, Gleneagles Golf award four Perth & Kinross County junior girls a Scholarship. This wonderful opportunity gives each girl honorary membership of Gleneagles, six hours coaching with the Academy professionals and unlimited use of the Academy facilities. The very lucky recipients of this marvellous development opportunity are Eve Muirhead, Pitlochry (handicap 9), Annabel Niven, Crieff (11) Karen Dunbar, Aberfeldy (12) and Laura Campbell, Pitlochry (15). Perth & Kinross Ladies County Golf Association are very grateful for the continued support of the Gleneagles Academy.
These four girls along with Jacqueline Sneddon, Alyth, Julienne Peebles, Craigie Hill, Lucy Gilmore, Strathmore and Fiona Allan, Auchterarder will also receive coaching at the Gleneagles Academy, funded by Perth & Kinross Ladies County Golf Association. The dates of the sessions are 29th January, 5th March and 26th March 2006.
INTERMEDIATE & DEVELOPING GIRLS
We also provide 3 coaching sessions for Intermediate standard girls at Noah's Ark with professional Niall McGill. The details of these sessions are from 12.00pm - 2.00pm on Sunday 19th March, 9th April and 7th May 2006. Beginners and developing girls are coached by Andy Lamb at Strathmore. The dates for these sessions are to be confirmed.
If any lady member would like to help out at any of the coaching sessions, please contact Carol Lambie on 01250 873979 or Janet Griffiths on 01764 670567 - thank you.
Saturday, November 26, 2005
Crieff Golf Club Prize winners for 2005. Back left to right Nikki Buchan, Janet Griffiths, Liz Wishart, Nora McKenzie. Pam Anderson, Maureen Copland, Crieff Ladies Captain, Betty Robertson. Centre, Ladies President Bet Graham and front left to right Donna Copland, Una Woodburn and Margaret Birch. Well done everyone!
Thursday, November 17, 2005
Congratulations go to County Team member Roseanne Niven who finished 2nd in the Paull and Williamsons girls rankings for 2005. A fantastic achievement and one to be very proud of. Roseannes average score in nine of the girls ranking tournaments designated by the SLGA was +2.22.
The overall winner was Krystal Caithness who had an average score of +1.67. County Champion Carly Booth, the long-time leader of the inaugural rankings, only played in five tournaments and therefore did not qualify, as a minimum of 9 tournaments had to be played out of a possible 14.
Roseanne's achievement is a fantastic end to a very successful season and we wish her well with her coaching over the winter with both P&K and the Scottish squad.
Friday, November 11, 2005
Well it is the AGM Season and as I had already mentioned at the P&K AGM I wanted any photo's that were available from any club AGM's so I will start with my own club!! Strathmore held their annual AGM at Strathmore Golf Club on Thursday 10th November. Annette Grewar has agreed to remains as Captain for a further year with Jane Taylor our Vice Captain, Chris Sturgis is Secretary, Jenny Groom Competition Secretary, Sheena Scott Treasurer, Dawn Butchart Handicap Secretary, Marion Robertson Match Secretary and Rhona McGeoghegan.
Photo of the prizewinners is below:
Back row Jane Taylor (Vice Captain), Linda Holme, Isobel Hughes, Jane Douglas, Chris Tinker, Chris Sturgis and Marion Robertson. Front row Annette Grewar (Captain) Sheena Scott, Dawn Butchart (Club Champion) Jenny Groom and Rhona McGeoghegan
Now please please send me your AGM news and photos!
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
The Perth & Kinross County selection committee - Janet Griffiths, Dawn Butchart and Liz Miskimmin met on Monday evening to select the senior squad for 2006. The squad will receive 3 coaching sessions at the Gleneagles Academy, play in practice matches against Fife, Stirling and Clackmannanshire, the Crieff Men's Scratch team and a Perth and Kinross County junior team. The first coaching session is on Sunday 27th November 2005 at 9.00am and 1.00pm.
The coaching and practice matches are in preparation for the Inter Counties Jamboree which will be held at Crieff Golf Club from 24th - 26th June 2006.
The squad is as follows:
Carly Booth - Comrie
Roseanne Niven - Crieff
Emily Ogilvy (USA) - Muckhart
Dawn Butchart - Strathmore
Alexandra Bushby - Strathmore
Jillian Milne - Craigie Hill
Jane Yellowlees - Murrayshall
Emma Napper - Craigie Hill
Sally Kettlewell - Dunblane
Fiona Ramsay - Crieff
Sal Shepherd - Blairgowrie
Congratulations to everyone for being selected for the squad.
Monday, October 31, 2005
Perth & Kinross prize winners for 2005. From the left, winner of the Brown Memorial Trophy Janey Heaney, Callander, Annabelle Niven, Crieff, winner of the Gibb Trophy and Angela Crossland, Dunblane, winner of the Nell Scott Quaich. Unable to attend Carly Booth winner of the Scratch Championship, Champion of Champions, Order of Merit. Shona Leighton winner of the Crawford Salver. Fiona Farquharson winner of the Coronation Trophy. Rena Duncan, Kinross, winner of the Handicap Quaich.
The evening of the AGM was very successful - many thanks to those who attended.
Back row left to right - Mary Hope, Joan Ritchie, Dot Doris, Lenore Kyle, Carol Muir, Junior Conveynor - Carol Lambie and Secretary - Jillian Milne. Front row left to right President - Liz Miskimmin, Captain - Janet Griffiths and Vice Captain - Dawn Butchart. Unable to attend Gillian Wallace and Liz Fertacz.
Wednesday, October 26, 2005
County team member, Carly Booth finished a creditable third in the girls’ section of the Daily Telegraph Junior Championships’ Grand Final over the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club course.In strength-sapping conditions and heat and humidity for every round, the 13-year-old, plus one junior member at Auchterarder Golf Club, had rounds of 77, 73 and 73 for a total of 10-over-par 223.She finished seven shots behind the title winner, Jodi Ewart from Catterick. Jodi came from behind to win the title, overtaking defending girls’ champion Melissa Reid from Chevin, Derbyshire over the last round.Jodi had scores of 75, 70 and 71 for three-over-par 216 while Melissa scored 72, 71 and 75 for 218.Krystle Caithness (St Regulus), the Scottish Under-16 girls’ open champion for the past two years, finished fifth on 231 with rounds of 77, 76 and 78.The third Scot in the select girls’ field of nine players, Borders women’s champion Emma Fairnie (Peebles) totalled 253 with scores of 84, 86 and 83.
Well done Carly!
Saturday, October 01, 2005
A TREASURER FOR P&K
Pat Colquhoun our faithful Treasurer for many years is retiring after the annual AGM therefore we will require to fill this position as soon as possible.
If you think you can offer your services to the county or know someone who can then please please contact either Janet Griffiths or myself.
Monday, September 26, 2005
Gleneagles Queens Course was host for this annual event where Club Champions from P&K are invited to take part in the Champion of Champions. 21 Champions took part and the cream of the crop was County and Crieff Champion Carly Booth who shot a scratch 71 - 3 under par for the course and CSS of 74. A wonderful display of golf and a very worthy winner.
This is the 2nd year for Carly to lift the Trophy and with a +1 handicap at the age of 13 a fantastic achievement.
2nd place went to Team Member Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill) with a 77. The full results are as follows:
Carly Booth (County & Crieff Champion) 71
Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill) 77
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) 85
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 86
A big thank you to Gleneagles for providing Courtesy of the Course.
Friday, September 16, 2005
On a super day at Callander the scoring was very good. Callander Lady Captain Janey Heaney topped the score sheet with a nett 68, she just pipped Dunblane member Shirley Erskin on the better inward half. Well done both ladies. The best scratch was Strathmore member Dawn Butchart with a 77.
Our thanks go to Callander for hosting our last competition of the year and for having the course in such super condition on the day.
The results are as follows:
Dawn Butchart 77
Muriel McPherson 79
Janey Heaney 81
Gillian Wallace 82
Janey Heaney (13) 68
Shirley Erskine (18) 68
Pat Colquhoun (14) 69
Wilma Stewart (24) 69
Muriel McPherson (10) 69
Well done and look forward to seeing you all at the AGM
Saturday, September 10, 2005
The Perth and Kinross Champion of Champions is being held on Sunday 25th September at Gleneagles Queens Course. Spectators are welcome.
The draw is as follows:
11.50 C Booth, S Herd
12.00 J Yellowlees, J Milne, D Butchart
12.10 J Griffiths, S Travers, M McPherson
12.20 F Ramsay, G Lambie, J Sneddon
12.30 C Dunbar, S Shepherd, J white
12.40 A Henderson, V Saville, C Laing
12.50 H Straw, L Kyle, B Brannan
13.00 J Smith, A Duncan, L Smeaton
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Our last County Meeting of the season will be held at Callander on Thursday 15th September 2005. Lets hope the weather stays fine!
The draw is as follows:
09.29. M McPherson, J Heaney
09.36. J Griffiths, M Marshall, D Butchart
09.43. S Erskine, P Colquhoun, M Ritchie
09.50. A Hood, L McGraw, M Middleton
09.57. Maya Robertson, E Benzies, L Findlay
10.04. N Bremner, R Hoad, F Anderson
10.11. M Halkerston, L Gregory, H Dalgleish
10.18. M McNaughton, S Mitchell, C Lambie
10.25. K McKay, A Spence, S Dunphy
10.32. S Mellor, W Stewart, S Ogg
10.39. S Chisholm, J Pringle, C Robertson
10.46. S Crystal, M Robertson, J Nisbet
10.53. S Peacock, C Peebles, M McLeod
11.00. J Groom. S McNaughton, A Crossland
11.07. M Robertson-Lang, J Thom, M Chalmers
11.14. M McKay, A Duncan, J Clowe
11.21. M Chapman, D Doris, J Stevenson
Any late entries contact Pat
Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Banchory Golf Club's Centenary Ladies Open on Saturday, September 10 could do with a few more entries to make it worthy of the occasion. Silver Division players, for whom the entry fee is £16, play 36 holes while Bronze Division players, who play one round, pay £12. If you are interested in taking part entries can be phoned to Banchory Golf Club at 01330 822365.
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
What a super day it was yesterday for Captains Day. The weather just couldn't have been better and the course was in fabulous condition. Our thanks go to Taymouth Castle for all their help and especially the professional Gavin who had all our cards written ready for play. Thanks also to our Captain Pam Drysdale for hosting the day.
Well done to the winners Gillian Wallace, Scratch 77 and Janet Griffiths with a net 70 Janet also shot a gross 77. Well done to both. The result are below.
Monday, August 22, 2005
Results : CSS 74
Handicap - 1st Janet Griffiths ( Comrie ) H'cap 7 Net 70
2nd Maya Robertson ( Taymouth ) H'cap 16 Net 71
3rd Kathleen McKay ( Crieff ) H'cap 21 Net72
Scratch - 1st Gillian Wallace ( Glenisla ) 77
2nd Dawn Butchart ( Strathmore ) 79
Raffle winners : Sheila MacDougal ( Dunkeld ), Ailene Miller ( Auchterarder )
Cathy Irving ( Blairgowrie ), Agnes Watson ( Murrayshall ), Lyn Murray ( Kinross ).
Saturday, August 20, 2005
After two par rounds of 72, and a final total of 297, Team member Carly Booth finished the British Womens Open in tied 13th. What a fantastic achievment for one so young. After congratulating Carly last night, she said she was happy with her perfomance but still felt it could have been better!
Emily had a final round 82, making her total 313 finishing joint 39th. The overall winner was Dunblane member Heather Macrae. Great to see the Trophy remaining in Scotland!
Well done to all girls.
Friday, August 19, 2005
CARLY SHOOTS ANOTHER PAR ROUND
Carly Booth has completed her final round at the British Womens Open Championship and finished in style with another par round of 72. Excellent golf by Carly, lets not forget she is still only 13 years old! This places her equal 17th at present but with many still to complete there round this may change. Carly final round consisted of two bogeys at the 1st and 6th holes and two birdies at the 2nd and 10th. Well done Carly
Emily has still to complete her final round.
Carly Booth posted an excellent par round of 72 this morning which brought her into joint 18th position. This was an excellent score considering a triple bogey 7 on the 13th hole. She also had a bogey at the par 3 11th hole but posted four birdies at the par 4 2nd and 16th, the par 3 6th, and the finishing par 5 18th.
Emily shot an 80 placing her joint 32nd. Emily had two double bogeys at the 3rd and 14th and 6 bogey's at 4th, 5th, 6th 8th 16th and 17th. However she did birdie the 2nd and 10th hole.
Carly is teeing off at 12.22 and Emily at 12.58.
Best of luck to both
Emily Ogilvy and Carly Booth are both qualifiers for todays final two rounds at the British Womens Championship. Emily didn't score quite as well yesterday with a 78 but this was good enough to be in joint 17th. Carly shot an excellent 75 and has already completed her first round this morning and has posted a brilliant 72. This should move her closer to the top before this afternoon's round.
Unfortunately Roseanne Niven missed the cut by only one shot.
I will try to keep you posted, however a little thing called work keeps getting in my way!
Thursday, August 18, 2005
Team Member Emily Ogilvy is only two shots off the lead at the British women's open amateur golf championship at Nairn Golf Club. Emily is only one over par and sitting equal 4th at present. This is an even greater achievement considering Emily clawed her way back into contention from four shots in a bunker at the first hole. A great show of determination on her part. Roseanne Niven is also playing well at 4 over which is equal 21st and Carly Booth at 5 over par is equal 29th.
However several hours of unrelenting rain is threatening today second round. Four pin placements have been changed and the green keeping staff are working relentlessly to keep the course playable. Hopefully the rain will stop and play will not be disrupted.
We wish the girls well today.
Saturday, August 13, 2005
Final Junior Meeting this Season!
Ten young ladies played 18Holes, twelve played 9Holes and three played 7Holes.
The results were excellent:
1st Leah Doogan ( Alyth )
2nd Lucy McNab ( Kinross )
3rd Louise MacKay ( Milnathort )
1st Rhiannon Stewart ( Pitlochry ) Net 33
2nd Erin Miller ( Pitlochry ) Net 34
3rd Caitlin Bartrop ( Whitemoss ) Net 35
4th Emily Aird ( Strathmore ) Net 46
Gold Medal-1st Scratch- Jacqueline Sneddon ( Alyth ) 82
2nd Scratch- Lucy Gilmour ( Strathmore ) 88
Silver Medal-1st H'cap- Patricia Mennie ( Auchterarder ) (36) Net 67
2nd H'cap- Julienne Peebles ( Craigie Hill ) (17) Net 73
3rd H'cap- Lauren Marchbank ( Auchterarder ) (34) Net 74
Well done to everyone who played and many thanks to Milnathort Golf Club and to all who helped!
Carol and Lenore.
A GREAT TURN OUT FOR CAPTAINS DAY
An excellent day is in prospect for Captains Day at Taymouth Castle on Monday 22nd August. With 90 ladies taking part this will be one of the highest attended day meetings for some time. There are a few spaces still left so please contact Carol if you wish to attend.
The draw is as follows:
09.30 D Butchart, B Clough, G Wallace
09.37 M Hope, J Yellowlees, C Dunbar
09.45 L Kyle, M McPherson, L Miskimmin
09.52 A Henry, R Brass, J Griffiths,
10.00 L Gregory, L Murray, C Irving
10.07 M Watson, D Benzies, J Hamilton
10.15 D Farquhar, A Miller, R Duncan
10.22 M McGlashan, H Bunch, J Heaney
10.30 K Jarvie, P Drysdale, S Mitchell
10.37 J Stevenson, L Westwood, H Welsh
10.45 K McKay, M McNaughton, H Dalgleish
10.52 S Service, W Stewart, D Whytock
11.00 J Kennedy, S MacDougal, M Whittet
11.07 J Muirhead, F Wildsmith, M Robertson
11.15 A McGregor, F Guild, S Bowers
11.22 H Gibson, S Dunphy, A Duncan
11.30 C Robertson, S Mellor, M Halkerston
11.37 A Spence, L Fall, S. Ogg
11.45 J Hewitt, C Monks, A Duff
11.52 J Clowe, M Aitken, R Hoad
12.00 A Watson, R Gowrie, J Thom
12.07 D Wallace, P Hebner, J Blair
12.15 C Peebles, J Laburn, C Choudhray
12.22 M Chalmers. B Harley, E Watson
12.30 S McNaughton, A M Sinclair, I Shepherd
12.37 I Murray, M Storry, A Crossland
12.45 M Carruthers, A Young, M Robertson-Lang
12.52 M Macrae, Alexis Sinclair, M Middleton
13.00 M Ritchie, C Lambie, F Anderson
13.07 P Wanless, C Turner, C Peters
13.15 P Colquhoun, D Doris, L. Fertacz
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
In the first qualifying round for the British girls’ open amateur golf championship at West Hill Golf Club near London yesterday Carly made a great start shooting a 74, Roseanne who shot a 78 is on the borderline of the cut. The 64 players with the lowest aggregates after today’s second round will go forward to the match-play stages. There are at present 71 players with scores of 78 or better.
The other scottish scores are as follows:
Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle), 72,
Carly Booth (Auchterarder), 74,
Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) 76,
Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) 76
Roseanne Niven (Crieff) 78
Rebecca Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) 79
Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 80
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) 81
Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 81
Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie) 81
Jane Turner (Mortonhall) 84
Laura Murray (Alford) 84
Best of luck today from us all.
Monday, August 08, 2005
Joining the already impressive line up at this week's British open girls' championship - maximum age 18 on January 1 - at West Hill Golf Club, Surrey, are P&K Team members Carly Booth and Roseanne Niven. The tournament kicks off with two rounds of Strokeplay on Monday and Tuesday followed by matchplay later in the week. We send all our best wishes to the girls and look forward to this weeks play.
There are a few more scots joining our girls the full list of scottish girls are as follows:
Krystle Caithness (St Regulus), Carly Booth (Auchterarder), Laura Murray (Alford), Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Sally and Rebecca Watson (Elie & Earlsferry), Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle), MicheleThomson (McDonald Ellon), Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie) and Jane Turner (Mortonhall).
Sadly Scotland did not lift the trophy at the girls' home international matches however P&K have much to be proud of. Team member Roseanne Niven, who notched 4 1/2pt out of six was Scotlands top point earner. Next came Carly Booth along with Sally Watson with 3pt each. P&K girls did us proud once again.
Thursday, August 04, 2005
When it comes to stroke play our County Champion Carly Booth excels. Her strokeplay scores have placed her in the No 1 position in the Paull and Williamsons girls' rankings. Carly, who is a scratch golfer at the age of 13 has an average score of 1.60 over CSS in five of the Scottish Ladies Golfing Association-designated tournaments she has played. P&K Team mate Roseanne Niven is in third place with an average of 2.5 over the CSS. Well done to both girls.
The newly updated rankings are:
1 Carly Booth (Auchterarder),
2 Krystle Caithness (St Regulus),
3 Roseanne Niven (Crieff),
4 Rebecca Watson (Elie & Earlsferry),
5 Laura Murray (Alford),
6 Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon),
7 Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle),
8 Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm),
9 Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry),
10 Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old)
County Team members Carly Booth and Roseanne Niven who are representing scotland at the girls' home international golf matches at Worplesdon Golf Club, made a great start to their week when Scotland beat Ireland 61/2 - 21/2 Carly partnering Michele Thomson won on the 18th green and Roseanne Niven partnering Megan Briggs won their tie by 4 and 3. In the afternoon singles Carly won her match 7 & 5 whilst Roseanne held her opponent to a square game. A fantastic start for both girls - very well done from all at P&K.
The full results were as follows:
GIRLS' HOME INTERNATIONALS - Worplesdon GC
SCOTLAND 6 ½, IRELAND 2 ½
K Caithness & S Watson lost to F Carroll & D McVeigh 2 holes;
C Booth & M Thomson bt E Gilmore & A McCormack 1 hole;
M Briggs & R Niven bt V Bradshaw & S Faller 4 and 3
S Watson bt McVeigh 4 and 3,
K MacDonald bt Bradshaw 5 and 3,
C Booth bt S Meadow 7 and 5,
R Watson bt McCormack 6 and 4,
R Niven halved with L Holmes,
K Caithness lost to Carroll 2 holes
Saturday, July 30, 2005
Carly and Roseanne have both been selected to represent Scotland in the Girls Home International matches at Worplesdon Golf Club in Woking, Surrey next week. The full squad is as follows:
Carly Booth (Auchterarder), Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm), Krystle Caithness (St. Regulus), Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon), Rebecca Watson (Elie & Earlsferry), Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry).
This is well deserved recognition for both girls and we wish them well next week.
Friday, July 29, 2005
County Champion Carly Booth lost out on her first Scottish Title on the 17th green today 2&1. Our commiserations go to Carly however her achievements this week are exceptional and she is a real credit to our county.
Well done Carly
Sally Watson has gone one up after 12 against Carly.
All square after nine.
Strathmore's course record of 71 which was held by new P&K member Alexandra Bushby, was broken on Wednesday night by team member and county secretary Dawn Butchart. She shot a 70 with level par 35 out and two under 35 back. The round consisted of 4 birdies, two bogey's and the rest pars.
CARLY THROUGH TO FINAL
County Champion Carly Booth secured her place in the finals yesterday with a 3&2 win over Rebecca Watson, she now meets Rebecca's sister and her girls' international team-mate Sally Watson in the finals which tee off at 9am this morning.
I spoke with Carly last night and she is in great form and extremely happy with her game at the moment. She has promised to phone me as soon as the game is over!
We will all certainly be wishing her the very best and hoping that this will be the first of many national titles.
Thursday, July 28, 2005
Carly Booth is holding onto her great form and is now 3 up thru 11. News from the other tie is that Pamela Pretswell is 1 up over Sally Watson thru 12.
Team member Roseanne Niven bowed out of the Scottish Girls Championship this morning when Sally Watson won by 1 hole. Roseanne has played so well and showed her great talent to all at Tain. Lets not forget she broke the course record earlier this week and was the top seed. Well done Roseanne.
Roseanne's departure puts all our hopes now with the only remaining P&K player, Carly Booth. Carly stormed into the semi finals this morning winning her match 4+3. Carly who is now a scratch golfer at the age of 13 played brilliantly this morning and secured her place in this afternoons play at the 15th hole.
Keep everything crossed for this afternoon!! Good luck Carly.
The following Scratch League results were kindly sent to me by Kathleen Duncan. They are as follows:
Auchterarder 4 Crieff 1
Auchterarder 2 points
Blairgowrie 4 Pitlochry 1
Blairgowrie 2 points
Craigiehill 3 Blairgowrie 2
Craigiehill 2 points.
Both Roseanne and Carly have made the last 8 at the BP Scottish Girls Championship at Tain. Roseanne beat Angus Team player Katy McNicol by one hole and Carly beat Northern Counties Team player Kelsey MacDonald 5 and 4.
Sally Kettlewell lost her place in the semi final when she was beaten by C Easton in the afternoon tie.
Roseanne will now play Sally Watson who knocked out Jacqueline Sneddon in the first round and Carly will face Megan Briggs who knocked out title holder Krystal Caithness yesterday.
We will them all the very best.
BP SCOTTISH GIRLS championship Golf Club.
R Niven (Creiff) bt S Leslie (Westhill) 6 and 5.
K McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) bt M Johnstone (Northern) 1 hole.
H Harvey (St Leonards) bt R Wilson (Monifieth) 4 and 3.
S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) bt J Sneddon (Alyth) 3 and 1.
A Edwards (Liberton) bt A Niven (Crieff) 5 and 4.
A Ingram (Fort William) bt L Murray (Alford) 1 hole.
E Fairnie (Peebles) bt S Vass (Tain) 4 and 3.
P Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) bt L Whitehead (Droitwich) 5 and 4.
C Booth (Auchterarder) bt F Blair (Monifieth) 4 and 3.
K MacDonald (Nairn DEunbar) bt M Barbour (North Berwick) 3 and 2.
M Briggs (Kilmacolm) bt N Green (Nairn) 1 hole.
K Caithness (St Regulus) bt A Smith (Kirriemuir) 7 and 5.
J Meldrum (Dullatur) bt J Turner (Mortonhall) 1 hole.
R Livingstone (Musselburgh Old) bt V Smith (Barassie) 7 and 6.
M MacPherson (Turnberry) bt M Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 2 and 1.
R Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) bt A Bowie (Monifieth) 7 and 5.
Second round -
Niven bt McNicoll 1hole,
S Watson bt Harvey 2 and 1,
Edwards bt Ingram 1 hole,
Pretswell bt Fairnie 5 and 3,
Booth bt MacDonald 5 and 4,
Briggs bt Caithness 3 and 2,
Livingstone bt Meldrum 1 hole,
R Watson bt MacPherson 7 and 6.
ANSLEY REID SALVER
First round E Briggs (Kilmacolm) bt H MacKay (Tain) 9 and 7,
E. MacKay (Nairn Dunbar) bt L MacCallum ( McDonald Ellon) 1 hole,
K Moss (Monifieth) bt L Meldrum (Dullatur) and 2,
I. Craigie (Torwoodlee) bt L Smith (Kirriemuir) 5 and 4,
S Kettlewell (Dunblane) beat H. Peebles (Monifieth) 8 and 6,
C Easton (Dalmahoy) bt G Simpson (Baberton) 7 and 6,
K Murray (Alford) bt J Pryde (Monifieth) 2 and 1,
R Watton (Baberton) bt C MacLeod (Nairn Dunbar) 2 and 1.
Second round -
E MacKay bt Briggs 3 and 2,
Moss bt Craigie 8 and 6,
Easton bt Kettlewell 1 hole,
Watton bt Murray 4 and 3.
Wednesday, July 27, 2005
Following Roseanne into this afternoons play after a 4-3 win over Fiona Blair this morning is County Champion Carly Booth. Unfortunately both Jacqueline Sneddon and Annabel Niven were knocked out in the first round. Jacqueline played previous Scottish Team member Sally Watson and played extremely well taking Sally to the 17th before being defeated 3-1. Young Annabel played her heart out but Amanda Edwards took control of the game winning 5-4.
Sally Kettlewell throw off her disappointment at not making it into the Championship draw and came out all guns blazing winning her tie 8-6. Sally certainly seems to have returned to her form and played some beautiful golf.
Our commiserations go to Jacqueline and Annabel who should be very proud of their achievments this week and all our very best to Roseanne, Carly and Sally for this afternoon.
Thanks to Pam for keeping us up to date!
ROSEANNE THROUGH TO THE NEXT ROUND
News just in from our Captain Pam Drysdale is that Roseanne has just won her first round tie 6&5.
Well done Roseanne
Following Roseanne's record breaking first round 69, her second round 73 put our P&K Team member at the top of the leader board at 4 under par. A brilliant start for Roseanne's week. She will now tee off at 8.30 today in the first of the Matchplay stages of the BP Scottish Under-18 Girls Championship. Rebecca Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) gained the No 2 seed status with scores of 73 and 70 for 143 and our County Champion Carly Booth was the third best qualifier with 75 and 72 for 147. Jacqueline Sneddon from Alyth qualified 25th on 169 and Annabell Niven joined her sister as a qualifier on 28th spot. Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane) just missed out on her place but will compete in the Ansley Ried Salver.
We all send our very best wishes to all the girls and I will try to keep you up to date with the results.
The qualifiers and matchplay times are as follows:
QUALIFIERS (Par 73)
142 R Niven (Crieff) 69 73.
143 R Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) 73 70.
147 C Booth (Auchterarder) 75 72.
148 P Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) 75 73.
149 A Edwards (Liberton) 74 75, Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) 74 75.
150 J Turner (Mortonhall) 76 74.
152 S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) 76 76.
155 R Livingstone (Musselburgh Old) 71 84, R Wilson (Monifcieth) 77 78.
156 M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 78 78
157 L Murray (Alford) 82 75, E Fairnie (Peebles) 79 78, K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 76 81.
158 M Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 81 77.
159 M Johnstone (Northern) 76 83.
161 K McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) 77 84.
162 M MacPherson (Turnberry) 81 81.
164 M Barbour (North Berwick) 81 83.
165 S Vass (Tain) 86 79.
166 A Ingram (Fort William) 84 82.
167 N Green (Nairn) 84 83, V Smith (Barassie) 82 85.
168 H Harvey (St Leonards) 86 83.
169 J Sneddon (Alyth) 86 83.
170 J Meldrum (Dullatur) 88 82, A Smith (Kirriemuir) 86 84.
171 A Niven (Crieff) 85 86.
173 L Whitehead (Droitwich) 91 82.
174 F Blair (Monifieth) 90 84.
175 A Bowie (Monifieth) 84 91.
176 S Leslie (Westhill) 87 89
8:30 Roseanne Niven v Samantha Leslie
Katy McNicoll v Mhairi Johnstone
Rebecca Wilson v Hannah Harvey
Jacqueline Sneddon v Sally Watson
8:58 Amanda Edwards v Annabel Niven
Ashton Ingram v Laura Murray
Emma Fairnie v Sammy Vass
Laura Whitehead v Pamela Pretswell
9:26 Carly Booth v Fiona Blair
Megan Barbour v Kelsey MacDonald
Megan Briggs v Nadia Green
Ashley Smith v Krystle Caithness
9:54 Jane Turner v Jill Meldrum
Vicki Smith v Rachael Livingstone
Michele Thomson v Morag MacPherson
Andrea Bowie v Rebecca Watson
Ansley Ried Salver Draw
10:29 Eilidh Briggs v Hannah MacKay
Eilidh MacKay v Lauren MacCallum
Kirsty Moss v Lauren Meldrum
Louise Smith v Isla Craigie
10:57 Sally Kettlewell v Heather Peebles
Cara Easton v Gillian Simpson
Karen Murray v Jillian Pryde
Chloe MacLeod v Rachael Watton
Tuesday, July 26, 2005
ROSEANNE BREAKS THE COURSE RECORD AT TAIN
P&K Team Member Roseanne Niven playing in the Scottish Girls Close amateur Championship at Tain has slashed the existing course record, held by Northern Counties Team member Cara Cruber, by an amazing 2 shots. Roseanne who posted a fantastic first round score of 69 on a course which has a SS 73 is now 4 under par. A dream start for Roseanne and one which is very much deserved.
County Captain Pam Drysdale is up in Tain to support all the P&K girls taking part. They are Roseanne and Annabel Niven, Carly Booth, Sally Kettlewell and Jacqueline Sneddon. Pam will relay the scores to me as they happen.
Well done again to Roseanne!
The scores reflected the excellent condition of Murrayshall Golf Course yesterday with 5 ladies playing below the CSS of 72. Angela Crossland of Dunblane won the handicap with a nett 70 bih. Squad member Fiona Ramsay of Crieff played great golf posting a scratch 76, well done both.
The results were as follows:
Fiona Ramsay (Crieff) 76
Shona Leighton (Alyth) 79
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) 80
Angela Crossland (Dunblane) (22) 70 bih
Fiona Ramsay (Crieff) (6) 70 bih
Maureen Chalmers (Blairgowrie) (24) 70
Agnes Watson (Murrayshall) (23) 71 bih
May Halkerston (Alyth) (16) 71
Congratulations also go to the following winners of our Golf Balls were:
M Halkerston (Alyth)
J Junor (Murrayshall)
D Whytock (King James VI)
M McKay (King James VI)
Our thanks go to Jane Yellowlees and Lenore Kyle who were the convenors for the day, also our gratitude to Murrayshall for hosting our day.
Please do not forget to get your entries off to Carol Lambie for our next County Meeting which is to be held at Taymouth Castle Monday 22nd August.
Monday, July 25, 2005
Thursday, July 21, 2005
Congratulations go to County Team member Rosenanne Niven who came third yesterday in the North of Scotland Girls Championship. In what was a very windy day Roseanne returned a score of 79 which was only two off the leading score from home course member Kelsy MacDonald. Well Roseanne.
The results were as follows:
Scratch: Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 77; Laura Murray (Alford) 78; Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth) 79; Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon), Ashton Ingram (Fort William), Sammy Vass (Tain) 84; Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane) 85; Lauren MacCallum (McDonald Ellon) 88; Nadia Green (Nairn) 89.
Handicap: Donna MacKinnon (Durness) (26) 70; Sammy Vass (Tain) (11) (better inward half), Rebecca Wilson (Monifieth) (6) 73; Louise Smith (Kirriemuir) (27) 75; Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) (2); Laura Murray (Alford) (1), Roseanne Niven (2) , Lauren MacCallum (McDonald Ellon) (11) 77; Nadia Green (11) 78; Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane) (6), Aimee Taylor (Forres) (33), Karen Murray (Alford) (18) 79.
Monday, July 18, 2005
The draw for Murrayshall County Meeting on Monday 25th is as Follows: PLEASE NOTE LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED PLEASE CONTACT JANE YELLOWLESS OR USE THE EMAIL ADDRESS ABOVE.
09.31: J. Yellowless, F. Ramsay
09.38: S.Shepherd, E. Miskimmin
09.45: J. Heaney, D. Farquhar, L. McGraw
09.52: S. Erskine, M. Ritchie, W. Watson
09.59: C. Irvine, M. McPherson, A. Millar
10.06: A. Hood, P. Colquhoun, H. Gibson
10.13: L. Murray, J. Clowe, M. MacNaughton
10.20: M. Halkerston, K. McKellar, J. Pringle
10.34: R. Duncan, J. Kennedy, K. McKay
10.41: S. Young, C. Winton, S. Ireland
10.48: M. Whittet, M. Stewart, S. Ogg
10.55: A. Duff, J. Thom, M. McLay
11.02: S. Durward, C. Choudray, A.Spiers
11.09: A. Watson, M. Smith, P. Hebner
11.16: A. Crossland, N. Bremner, B. Neilson
11.23: J. Hewitt, M. Chalmers
11.30: S.McNaughton, R. Hoad, S. Dunphy
11.37: S. Mellor, S. Jones, H. Stout
11.44: L. Kyle, J. Junor, L. Findlay
17.06: M. Chapman, L. Fertacz
17.13: L. Westwood, M. McKay, D. Whytock
17.20: J. Griffiths, S. Leighton, D. Butchart
Friday, July 15, 2005
I have received an Email from SLGA Secretary to remind us all about the Counties Open Meeting which will be held at Cardross Golf Club on Tuesday 23 August. To date the entry has been very disappointing so they have asked that we try to promote the event amongst our members. The official closing date is Monday 23 July but they will extend this to Monday 1 August.
Entry forms are available on the SLGA Website or contact me and I will EMail one to you.
King JamesVI was in excellent condition yesterday when it hosted our County Meeting yesterday. The greens were superb and the rough certainly was punishing. As always it was a joy to play. The weather was kind during the day but unfortunately the evening players had a rather wet round. This however didn't seem to upset King James VI member Fiona Farquharson who had a great round of 78 (9) 69. The CSS was 73. Well done to all who played. The full results we as follows:
1st Scratch: FionaFarquharson 78
2nd Scratch: Mary Hope 85
1st H'cap Fiona Farquharson 78 - 9 - 69
2nd Rena Duncan 88 - 16 - 72bih
3rd Kate McAlpine 91 -19 - 72
4th Pat Kelly 94 - 21 -73
PLEASE REMEBER TO GET YOUR ENTRIES OFF TO JANE YELLOWLEES FOR OUR NEXT COUNTY MEETING AT MURRAYSHALL WHICH IS MONDAY 25TH JULY.
Monday, July 11, 2005
Congratualtions go to P&K Elite Squad member Eve Muirhead won the Highland women’s open amateur tournament at Pitlochry Golf Club. A fantastic achievement for someone so young. Well done! FinalResults were as follows:
First round - F McFadzean (Craigmillar Park) bt S Shepherd (Craigmillar Park) 3 and 2, K Dunbar (Aberfeldy) bt S Stickland (West Malling) at 19th, E Muirhead (Pitlochry) bt F Ross (Formby Ladies) 5 and 4, C Dunbar (Aberfeldy) bt M Macrae (Pitlochry) 3 and 2, R Gilbertson (Prestwick St Cuthbert) bt P Campbell (Downfield) 5 and 4, S Waugh (Moor Hall) bt P Deakin (Okehampton) 5 and 4, P Turner (Canmore) wo I Harvey (St Rule) scr, H Harvey (St Rule) bt C Capocci (Bridge of Allan) 1 hole.
Quarter-finals – McFadzean bt K Dunbar 5 and 4, Muirhead bt C Dunbar 5 and 4, Gilbertson bt Waugh 3 and 2, H Harvey bt Turner 5 and 4.
Semi-finals – Muirhead bt McFadzean 6 and 5, Gilbertson bt H Harvey 5 and 4.
Final – Muirhead bt Gilbertson 3 and 1.
Sunday, July 10, 2005
Thursday, July 07, 2005
Our next county meeting takes us to King James VI in Perth on Thursday 14th July. Late entries are available please contact Alison Stockley if you wish to take part. The draw is as follows:
09.30 M. McPherson, H Bunch
09.37 L.Kyle, L. Mailer
09.45 P. Colquhoun, K. Jarvie
09.52 H. Gibson, L. Murray, M. Watson
10.00 M. Robertson, J. Hamilton, R. Duncan
10.07 M. Reid, S. Bowers, L. Findlay
10.15 K. McAlpine, S. Ogg, A. Duncan
10.22 C. Peebles, M. Macleod, P.Kelly
10.30 S. Mellor, W. Stewart, C. Choudhray
10.37 S. McNaughton, M. Chalmers, R. Hoad
10.45 B. Harley, M. Stewart, M. Robertson-Lang
17.00 D. Butchart, M. Hope
17.07 F. Farquharson, S. Leighton
17.15 R. Brass, L. Fertacz
17.22 D. Whytock, M. Chapman, S. Crystal
17.30 N. Bremner, M McKay, J. Stevenson
Our congratulations go to squad member Sal Shepherd who has qualified as top seed at Pitlochry's Highland Week. She also won both the Blairgowie and Pitlochry Club Championships. Well done Sal we will watch your progress this week with great interest.
County Champion Carly Booth shot a brilliant two under par 71 for an aggregate of 147 which placed her eigth equal in the stroke-play standings. A fantastic feat for Carly . But it wasn't just Carly who rose to the occasion, all Scotlands team members improved their score Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) took six shots off her first-day scoring a 72 for 150. Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) improved her score by three shots with a 74 for 151 and Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) recovered from a first-day 80 to return a 75 for 155. It is a mark of the Scots' girls improvement that Sally's 75 was their discarded score. Scotland have now improved their 12th place to 5th and have qualified in the top eight to go forward to the matchplay stages.The qualifiers are:
1 Spain 420.
2 Sweden 431.
4 England 447.
5 Scotland 448.
6 Denmark 449.
7 France 451.
8 Wales 454.
Scotland play England in their first round match. Today's first round matchplay draw is:
Sweden v France;
Norway v Denmark,
England v Scotland;
Spain v Wales.
138 (eight under par) Carlota Ciganda (Spain) 70 68.
139 Anna Nordqvist (Sweden) 74 65.
140 Azahara Munoz (Spain) 73 67.
Well done Scotland & good luck for today!
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
congratulations go to Carly Booth who is representing Scotland at the European Girls Team Championship. Carly was top scot with a score of 76 which places her 29th. The other team members are Krystle Caithness, Kelsey MacDonald and Sally Watson who scored 78,77 and 80 respectively. Scotland are at present sitting 12th out of 17 teams.
I will post today's scores when I get them!
Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Scratch league results I have recieved so far are as follows:
Home Club Craigie Hill
Away Club Alyth
Date: 24th April 2005
HOME TEAM:- 5
TEAM POINTS:- 2
AWAY TEAM:- 0
TEAM POINTS:- 0
Home Club Auchterarder
Away Club Craigie Hill
Date: 16th May 2005
Last minute call off as home team could not get a team
HOME TEAM:- 0
TEAM POINTS:- 0
AWAY TEAM:- 5
TEAM POINTS:- 3
Home Club Blairgowrie
Away Club Muckhart
Date: 16th May 2005
HOME TEAM:- 4
TEAM POINTS:- 2
AWAY TEAM:- 1
TEAM POINTS:- 0
Home Club Auchterarder
Away Club Blairgowrie
Date: 23rd May 2005
HOME TEAM:- 4
TEAM POINTS:- 2
AWAY TEAM:- 1
TEAM POINTS:- 0
My thanks go to Kathleen Duncan for providing these results.
Firstly must apologies for not providing any news for a week or so and very sorry I was unable to get internet access whilst up in Elgin therefore was unable to keep the web updated however I am sure you would have managed to keep up to date at Gillian Kirkwoods site. I am sure you will all agree the girls played their hearts out and were very unlucky not to have progressed to 2nd place. However there is always next year!
Now to club new. Creiff played their Ladies final on Friday and Team Member and County Champion Carly Booth played county member Elaine Davidson in the final. Carly played to her extremely high standard and won 8 & 7.
Comrie have also completed their Championship. County Vice Captain Janet Griffiths and county member Elaine Davidson (finalist from Crieff) played great golf with Janet winning on the 17th 2 & 1.
Well done to both Carly and Janet who now go forward to the Champion of Champions at Gleneagles later in the season. Our commiserations go to Elaine who played very well to reach both finals.
Let me know your Clubs Championship results please by either Email or phone.
Thursday, June 23, 2005
Our County Team head off to Elgin tomorrow for a practice match ahead of the Jamboree which begins in earnest on Saturday. The competition continues until monday. P&K will play Aberdeenshire on Saturday, Angus on Sunday and Northern Counties on Monday. The format is foursomes in the morning and singles in the afternoon. Lets hope the weather is kind and we all send the very best of wishes to Carly, Roseanne, Avril, Jane, Jillian, Emily, Emma and Dawn for a successful weekend.
If you wish to send good luck messages you can do so via this site. Just click on the comments at the bottom of this post. I am sure they would appreciate the thought.
Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Our Junior Gilrs's Championship was held at King James VI Golf Club on sunday 19th June 2005. 9 gilrs played 18 holes and 25 girls pre-handicap girls playing 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 holes.
Congratulations go to the following prizewinners:
Scratch Champion -
1st Eve Muirhead (9) (Pitlochry) 82
2nd Annabel Niven (12) (Crieff) 89 bih
Handicap Champion -
1st Jillian Sneddon (27) Alyth - 72 Net BIH
2nd Julienne Peebles (17), Craigie Hill - 72
3rd Ailie Burnett (36), Dunkeld & Birnam - 76
SS 72 .
Eve Muirhead's name will also go forward the Daily Telegraph qualifiers.
9-hole girls -
1st Erin Millar Pitlochry 35
2nd Rachel Clark, Strathmore - 37
3rd Megan Aird, Pitlochry - 39
It turned out a really nice day and our thanks go to KJVI G.C. for courtesy of the course and to all who helped with the young girls.
Next competition is at Murrayshall GC on Wednesday, 20th July at 11 am.
P&K Team member Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart), who was fourth in the Munross Trophy this weekend, has improved from tied seven to fourth place in the P&W Rankings for Scottish women's amateur golf. This is an excellent achievement for Emily.
Carly Booth and Roseanne Niven are also in the top 20 at 8th and 20th place respectively.
Well done girls.
Here is the full list:
1 Clare Queen (Drumpellier) -1.89.
2 Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) +0.4.
3 Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) +0.44.
4 Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) +0.75.
5 Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) +0.89.
6 Anne Laing (Vale of Leven) +0.9
7 Claire Hargan (Moretonhall) +1.
8 Carly Booth (Auchterarder) +1.13.
9 Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) +1.25.
10 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) +1.43.
11 Sara Bishop (Windyhill) +1.5.
12 Gemma Webster (Hilton Park) +1.6.
13 Pamela Pretswell (Bothwell Castle) +2.
14 Martine Pow (Selkirk) +2.13.
15 Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) +2.3.
16 Heather MacRae (Dunblane New) +2.4.
17 Cara Gruber (Royal Dornoch) +2.5.
17 Clare-Marie Carlton (Stirling Univ) +2.5.
19 Donna Jackson (Cochrane Castle) +2.6
20 Roseanne Niven (Crieff) +2.67.
Sunday, June 19, 2005
Team Members Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) and Carly Booth (Auchterarder) did P&K proud by finishing 4th and 5th respectively today at the Munross Trophy women's open over the Montrose Links. A fantastic two rounds from Emily of 74 and 72 one over and one under the CSS of the day was a fantastic result, Emily who has not yet played above her handicap of 3 since returning from the states this summer gives us great encouragement as we go into the county team finals this weekend. County Champion Carly Booth who recently reduced her handicap to 1, played brilliantly shooting a 75 and a one under 72.
This was also a order of merit competition therefore both will have enhanced their already good standing
Great result girls, well done.
(Par 71, CSS 73 73)
141 J Wilson (Strathaven) 69 72.
144 G Webster (Hilton Park) 73 71, K Caithness (St Regulus) 73 71.
146 E Ogilvy (Muckhart) 74 72.
147 C Booth (Auchterarder) 75 72, L Kenney (Pitreavie) 75 72, C Queen (Drumpellier) 72 75.
148 C Hargan (Mortonhall) 76 72, K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 74 74.
150 P Pretswell(Bothwell Castle) 75 75.
151 A Laing (Vale of Leven) 81 70, C-M Carlton (Stirling Univ) 74 77.
152 J Carthew (Ladybank) 80 72, L Murray (Alford) 75 77.153 M Briggs (Kilmacolm) 83 70.
154 M Thomson (McDonald Ellon) 76 78, C Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 74 80.
156 L Walker (Nairn Dunbar) 80 76.
157 A Edwards (Liberton) 77 80, N Fenton (Merchants of Edinburgh) 75 82.
159 E Fairnie (Peebles) 85 74, A Wilton (Ladybank) 82 77.
160 F Gilbert (Carnoustie) 79 81.
161 E Cuthill (Lanark) 83 78.
162 D Dewar (Stirling Univ) 86 76.
165 R Wilson (Monifieth) 81 84.166 K Harper (Inverness) 82 84.
168 A Ramsay (Kirriemuir) 87 81.
169 F Farquharson (King James VI) 83 86.
174 L Rolland (Dunfermline) 87 87.NRs C Macdonald (Gullane) 84
NR, R Rankin (Lanark) 78 NR.
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Following the cancellation of the Commonwealth spoons the date has been changed to June 23rd. Any late entries will be accepted. The draw is as follows:
A Grewar & J Taylor
G Paterson & C Souter
J Sneddon & J Sneddon
A Duff & C Winton
C Choudary & J Stevenson
P Kelly & M Stewart
M McPherson & M Watson
J Heaney & P Colquhoun
A Watson & B Neilson
M P Macleod & A Crossland
P Hebner & M McKay
F Johnston & J Laburn
R Duncan & P Wanless
B Harley & S Jones
C Monks & L Fall
S Service & J Donaldson
S Mellor & W Stewart
F Anderson & M Middleton
A Spence & C Robertson
N Bremner & S Ireland
H Gibson & C Peebles
E Benzies & J Stewart
D Benzies & E Miskimmin
A Stockley & D Dorris
J French & S Peacock
M Aitken & M Robertson-Lang
S Bowers & G Ness
M MacRae & H Telford
R Hoad & M Halkerston
M Vass & S Erskine
S McNaughton & B Bucket
J Groom & M Robertson
A Young & A Sinclair
J Pringle & L Milligan
S Young & J Hewitt
J Junor & J McEwan
S Dunphy & K McKellar
K McAlpine & N Morrison
L Mailer & A Manattini
G Pennycook & C Tripney
M Chapman & D Whytock
M Spalding & L Scott
H Dalgliesh & H Cunningham
J Chisholm & A Duncan
Both Alyth and Craigiehill hosted their Club Championships this weekend with both clubs placing new names on the champions boards.
Alyth gained a new champion, junior member Jacqueline Sneddon beat Shona Leighton. Shona who has held the championship over the last few years stated that although she played well over the first 9 holes Jacqueline simply played bettter than she did over the last nine.
Jacqueline is a member of the P&K Elite Girls Squad and is currently enjoying a scolarship provided though the county, at Gleneagles. This extra coaching is obviously paying off! She is certainly a great hope for us for the future. Well done.
Craigiehill also welcomed a new Champion. P&K Team Member Jillian Milne won her first Craigiehill championship beating past County Champion Nicki Harding in their final on Sunday. Nicki who has held the chamionship over the last few years lost her reign after a hard fought match.
Please let me know all the details of your Club Championships as they happen.
On what was a very windy and at times wet day, the CSS went up to 74 at Strathmore as we battled through the elements!! However some coped better than others. Night time players Emily Ogivly (Muckhart) scored an impressive 75 scratch only one over the CSS. Fiona Johnston (Alyth) playing off 13 posted an excellent nett 69 and Rae Brass (Perth Ladies) (11) returned a nett 70. Well done to all.
The results were as follows:
Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) 75
Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill) 81 bih
Rae Brass (Perth Ladies) 81
Fiona Johnston (Alyth) 82 bih
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 82
Fiona Johnston (Alyth) (13) 69
Ray Brass (Perth Ladies) (11) 70
Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) (3) 72
Heather Welsh (Blairgowrie) (16) 73
Well done to all who played.
Many thanks to all who bought raffle tickets in aid of the expenses for this years Jamboree. £113 was raised and the following ladies won a sleeve of top of the range strixon golf balls.
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore)
Jenny Groom (Strathmore)
Emma Napper (Craigiehill)
Catherine Monks (Dunkeld)
Please get your entries away for King James VI which is to be held Thursday 14th July.
Friday, June 03, 2005
With a great attendance of 93 the meeting at Strathmore on Monday 13th June looks set to be a super day. Lets hope the weather gets a bit more sunny!!
Below is the draw for the day. If there is one person missing it is because I have a letter waiting for me at the post which is stampless!!
I will be very happy to take late entries untill all the spaces are filled so give me a phone. Number is in the fixture card.
09:30. D. Butchart, S. Erskine
09:37. J. Taylor, C. Irving, A. Hood
09:45. M. Hope, L. Miskimmin, S. Shepherd
09:52. A. McGregor, D. Farquhar, D. Benzies
10:00. H. Dalgleish, J. French, A. Henry
10:07. S. Mitchell, A. Duncan, J. Kennedy
10:15. Maya Robertson,H. Welsh, G. Pennycook
10:22. M Reid, J. Heaney, H. Gibson
10:30. L. Murray, P. Wanless, E. Marshall
10:37. R. Duncan, S. Young,
10:45. N. Bremner, I. Murdoch, A. McBay
10:52. L. Findlay, K. Jarvie, M. McNaughton
11:00. L. Kyle, C. Tripney, M. Halkertson
11:15. J. Clowe, K. McKay
11:22. J. Nisbet, C. Winton, S. Jones
11:30. B.Buckett, J. Muirhead, P. Colquhoun
11:37. M. Robertson, L. Fall, S. Ogg
11:45. M. Macrae, J. Pringle, N. Hay
11:52. M. Chalmers, M. Carruthers, A. Duff
12:00. M. Robertson-Lang, M. Storry,
12:07. C. Choudhary, C. Peebles, J. Groom
12:15. J. Thom, E. Watson, H. Stout
12:22. P. Hebner, C. Monks, I. Shepherd
12:30. I. Murray, S. McNaughton, A. Martin
12:37. E. Milligan, M. McPherson, M. MacLeod
12:45. F. Wildsmith, M. Watson, P. Kelly
17:22. P. Drysdale, N. Fleming
17:30. A. Stockley, L. Mailer
17:37. M. Chapman, B. Clough, L. Fertacz
17:45. E. Napper, E. Ogilvy, S. Leighton
17:52. J. Milne, G. Lambie, R. Brass
18:00. C. Lambie, S. Crystal, D. Whytock
18:07. C. Muir, F. Johnston, A. Spiers
Wednesday, June 01, 2005
P&K have 3 County Team members in the top 20 rankings. Carly Booth (Auchterarder) is top ranked at 6th closely followed by Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) at 8th and Rosenanne Niven (Crieff) at 18th.
This is fantastic news for P&K, well done all.
Below is the rankings in full.
1 Clare Queen (Drumpllier) –2.57.
2 Anne Laing (Vale of Leven) 0.50.
3 Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) 0.86.
4 Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) 0.89.
5 Kelly Brotherton (Tulliallan) 1.25.
6 Carly Booth (Auchterarder) 1.33.
7 Sara Bishop (Windyhill) 1.50.
8 Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart) 1.50.
9 Louise Kenney (Pitreavie) 1.80
10 Claire Hargan (Mortonhall) 2.00.
11 Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) 2.10.
12 (equal) Cara Gruber (Royal Dornoch) & Martine Pow (Selkirk) 2.13.
14 Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) 2.33.
15 Heather MacRae (Dunblane New) 2.40.
16 Clare-Marie Carlton (StirlingUniv) 2.50.
17 Donna Jackson (Cochrane Castle) 2.60.
18 Roseanne Niven (Crieff) 2.67.
19 Claire MacDonald (Gullane) 2.75
20 Katrina Milne (Dunfermline) 3.00
Past County Captain and team member Hazel Gibson (Murrayshall) bagged her fourth 'hole in one' at the 108 yard 4th at Murrayshall on Saturday 28th May. On a windy day Hazel took her 8 iron and hit her ball 3 foot from the pin it then rolled beautifully into the cup!
Hazel, a great supporter of P&K, was playing in the Summer Trophy and luckily the 4th is the designated hole therefore a Sunday post putter should also be winging its way to Hazel. Well done Hazel from all at P&K!
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
Our next P&K meeting will be held at Strathmore Golf Club on Monday 13th June. Please send your entries to Dawn Butchart, 16 Airlie Street, Alyth PH11 8AJ today. I will keep the closing date open until Thursday 2nd June.
See you there
A gentle reminder that The North of Scotland Championship is being held at Banchory on 4th-6th July. The closing date for this is Saturday(4th June) and entries to should sent to Karen Stalker, 2 Braemar Court, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, AB43 9XE.
Please get your entries off as soon as possible to take part in this annual event.
Monday, May 30, 2005
to County Secretary, Dawn Butchart who battled through awful weather conditions at Downfield on Saturday to win the best scratch in the 2005 Ladies Open. Dawn's score of 80 against a CSS of 76 was very exciting ahead of the Inter Counties Jamboree at Elgin at the end of June.
Well done Dawn.
Sunday, May 29, 2005
A final found of 77 over the old course at St Andrews puts County Champion Carly Booth in joint 5th place at the St Rule this evening with an incredible overall score of 229. This is a fantastic achievement for Carly and one which deserves our warmest congratulations.
Carly also finished joint 2nd for the Lawson Trophy which is for the best Under-18 performance.
The P&K girls didn't stop there, we also had past Champion Roseanne Niven finishing her tournament with a great score of 76 making her total for the weekend 235. Well done Roseanne.
The full result are as follows:
ST RULE TROPHY - St Andrews.First round (New Course); Second & Third rounds (Old Course)FINAL TOTALS (CSS 75 77 75)
225 H Nolan (Shannon) 77 75 73, N Edwards (Ganton) 75 80 70, F Johnson (Harborne) 75 76 74 (Edwards won sudden-death play-off at second extra hole.)
227 A Laing (Vale of Leven) 72 77 78.
229 K Caithness (St Regulus) 77 76 76, M Morrin (The Curragh) 75 77 77, C Booth (Auchterarder) 79 73 77.
230 F Lockhart (St Regulus) 76 78 76, S Bishop (Windyhill) 76 78 76.231 M Gillen (Beaverstown) 79 74 78, C Hargan (Mortonhall) 77 77 77, C Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 77 79 75, M Pow (Selkirk) 76 76 79.
232 D Smith (Co Louth) 78 79 75, K Walker (Stirling Univ) 76 78 78, S Keane (The Curragh) 78 77 77, H MacRae (Dunblane New) 74 79 79.233 J Wilson (Strathaven) 80 78 75, L Kenney (Pitreavie) 77 80 76.
234 K McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies) 78 86 70.
235 M Dunne (Skerries) 79 80 76, R Niven (Crieff) 82 77 76.
236 M Riordan (Tipperary) 78 82 76, T Mangan (Ennis) 81 78 77, T Dellaney (Carlow) 81 81 74.
237 J Ewart (Catterick) 79 83 75, J Nicolson (Wrexham) 75 85 77, P Lindberg (Sweden) 82 80 75.
238 L Brand (Ilkley) 79 78 81, E Moffat (St Regulus) 76 83 79.
239 L Ball (Matfen Hall) 78 84 77, S Garbutt (Ganton) 80 81 78.240 O Briggs (Stirling Univ) 78 85 77.
241 G Webster (Hilton Park) 86 77 78, L Barton (Coventry) 77 80 84, T Nilsson (Sweden) 86 79 76, J Hardy (Canada) 84 80 77.
242 J Carthew (Ladybank) 80 81 81, R Lomas (Hallowes) 79 85 78.
244 C Howells (Moor Hall) 80 86 78, L Harvey (Richmond) 79 83 82, J McGuigan (Royston) 79 80 85.
245 G O'Leary (Cork) 81 82 82, K Marshall (Baberton) 84 83 78, S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) 84 84 77.
246 E Lyons (West Surrey) 85 83 78, D Dewar (Stirling Univ) 82 86 78.
248 H Aitchison (Bedfordshire) 84 82 82, L Walker (Nairn Dunbar) 90 79 79, A Lowe (Royal Birkdale) 76 90 82.
251 E Saggers (Crowborough Beacon) 83 85 83, E Cuthill (Lanark) 84 85 82.
252 S Brodie (Delamere Forest) 83 88 81.
253 R Adams (Addington Court) 84 91 78.
254 A Ramsay (Kirriemuir) 86 90 78.
256 C Starkie (Silsden) 84 86 86.
No Return: D Anisimova (Russia) 92 84 NRWithdrew: K Milne (Dunfermline) 85 -, S O'Sullivan (Galway) 87 -.
450 England (F Johnson, N Edwards, L Ball).
460 Scotland (H MacRae, M Pow, L Kenney).
461 Ireland (M Gillen, T Mangan, D Smith).
478 Sweden (P Lindberg, T Nilsson).
County Champion and Team Member Carly Booth came rocketing into the St Rule Trophy reckoning at St Andrews with the lowest score of the second round - a fantastic three-under-par 73. This added to her Saturday score of 79 over the New Course gives her a total of 152 and puts her in joint third place, only three behind the leader, Anne Laing, with one round still to go over the Old Course. Unfortunately Carly had a two-stroke penalty imposed on Saturday as her caddie-dad Wally stood directly behind her as she was driving. Without this Carly would only have been one shot off the pace after two rounds.
Carly showed great character by not letting the incident upset her and went on the play a brilliant second round. Carly was out in one under par 37 with birdies at the long fifth and ninth and a bogey at the sixth. She had an eagle 3 at the par-5 13th, dropped a shot at the 16th but birdied the Road Hole 17th which is a par-5 from the LGU tee. Carly played an excellent approach shot, giving herself a chance of another eagle however she missed the 8 foot putt and was left with only a tap in for a birdie 4.
With one round to go there is all to play for!
Her scoring was:
OUT: 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 3 3 - 37 (one under par).IN: 4 3 4 3 5 4 5 4 4 - 36 (two under par)
Another county Team member and former County Champion Roseanne Niven was also played well with a 82 over the new course and a 77 over the old course this morning.
I will try to keep you posted on the eventual outcome of the days play.
Tuesday, May 24, 2005
The Scotland team of four for the European girls’ team championship at Lucerne, Switzerland from July 5 to 9 has been announced. The squad, to be captained by former international Sheena Wood (Aberdeen Ladies), is:
Carly Booth (Auchterarder).
Krystle Caithness (St Regulus).
Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar).
Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry).
Reserves1 Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm).2 Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
With two of our girls either in the team or a reserve is an excellent achievement and we wish them well.
Our congratulations also go to Emily Ogilvy who has been chosen to be one of the players who have their scores count for Scotland in international team events at individual tournaments. Emily's score will be counted at the Women’s Irish Open amateur championship (The Hermitage, July 23-24).
Well done to all the girls.
Saturday, May 21, 2005
Following the disapointing weather on Thursday for our County Meeting at Dunning please remember to get your entries into Dawn for our next event at Strathmore Golf Club on Monday June 13th.
Hopefully the sun will shine - or at least be dry!
After defeating young Sally Watson in the semi finals of the Scottish Womens Amateur Championship, Anne Laing is one match away from becoming only the fourth player in the 102-year championship history to win the title three years in a row. Anne a Curtis Cup player and Vale of Leven Golf Club member beat young Sally 3 and 2 in the semi-finals this afternoon. The other finalist is Fiona Lockhart the Fife County Champion. Fiona was one down on the 17th tee against 19-year-old Stirling University student Kylie Walker however Fiona squared the match at the 17th, halved the 18th and then once again won on the 19th with a par 4.
Friday, May 20, 2005
Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) was once again under par winning 4 and 3 against 19-year-old Team Member Emily Ogilvy. Emily lost the first after finding herself bunkered and although Emily matched Sally's birdies at the fifth and sixth, Sally's third birdie of the outward half, a 3 at the eighth, put the younger player three up. The on form Sally went on to birdie the 12th, which put her four up.
Considering Emily only arrived back home last week she has produced some of her best ever golf. She has done herself and P&K proud.
This mornings full results were as follows:
F Lockhart (St Regulus) bt K Marshall (Baberton) at 19th
K Walker (Stirling Univ) bt C Hargan (Mortonhall) 4 and 3.
A Laing (Vale of Leven) bt C-M Carlton (Stirling Univ) 5 and 4.
S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) bt E Ogilvy (Muckhart) 4 and 3.
This afternoons semi final will be defending champion Anne Laing against 13-year-old Sally Watson The other semi-final will feature Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) against 19-year-old Kylie Walker (Stirling University & Buchanan Castle).
Thursday, May 19, 2005
Emily Ogilvy did P&K proud when Scottish Internationalist Louise Kenny lost out by 2 and 1 to Emily (Muckhart) in a battle between the two American college players. Louise Kenny has been an outstanding player for Iowa State University for the past two seasons. Emily only 19 is now beginning to show her true potential. Emily birdied the first two holes and although Louise pulled back to all square at the 10th hole, Emily showed great spirit with birdies at the 14th and 15th and eventually won the match 2&1.
A fantastic show of golf, well done.
Emily now goes head to head with the 13-year-old overnight sensation of the tournament, Sally Watson from South Queensferry.
Good Luck Emily, we are all behind you!
Friday morning quarter-finals:
8.30 Karen Marshall v Fiona Lockhart.
8.40 Kylie Walker v Claire Hargan.
8.50 Anne Laing v Clare-Marie Carlton.
9.0 Emma Ogilvy v Sally Watson.Th
Thursday afternoon results:
Marshall bt Queen 2 and 1.
Lockhart bt Webster 1 hole.
Walker bt J Wilson at 19th.
Hargan bt Moffat 1 hole.
Laing bt Bishop 2 and 1.
Carlton bt C MacDonald 2 and 1.
Ogilvy bt Kenney 2 and 1.
Watson bt Hendry 4 and 2.
Emily Ogilvy had a convincing win in the first round of the matchplay stages at Cruden Bay. She was drawn against Carol Wilson (Mucar) and won 8&7.
Our congratulations go to Emily and good luck for the next round. Good Luck Emily, keep it up!
The First Round results were as follows:
C Queen (Drumpellier) bt P Williamson (Baberton) 5 and 4.
K Marshall (Baberton) bt K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 4 and 2
F Lockhart (St Regulus) bt A Young (Torrance House) 2 and 1.
G Webster (Hilton Park) bt J Carthew (Ladybank) at 19th.
J Wilson (Strathaven) bt D Jackson (Cochrane Castle) 6 and 4.
K Walker (Stirling Univ) bt A Davidson (Stirling) 2 holes.
C Hargan (Mortonhall) bt H MacRae (Dunblane New) at 23rd.
E Moffat (St Regulus) bt M Pow (Selkirk) at 19th.
A Laing (Vale of Leven) bt R MacLennan (Baberton) 6 and 5.
S Bishop (Windyhill) bt K Milne (Dunfermline) 1 hole.
C-M Carlton (Stirling Univ) bt C Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 4 and 3.
C MacDonald (Gullane) bt W Nicholson (Broomieknowe) 1 hole.
E Ogilvy (Muckhart) bt C Wilson (Murcar) 8 and 7.
L Kenney (Pitreavie) bt E Cuthill (Lanark) 6 and 5.
L Hendry (Routenburn) bt J Henderson (Inverurie) 5 and 4.
S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) bt K Blackwood (Glencorse) 4 and 3.
Team member Emily Ogilvy shot a fantastic 75 for her second round at the Scottish Ladies Amateur Championship at Cruden bringing her total score to 155. A fantastic achievement and only 10 back from the leading score posted by Claire Queen (Drumpellier). Emily has quailfied in 7th place. We will watch the next stages with great interest.
The full list of qualifiers are as follows:
145: C Queen (Drumpellier) 75 70.
148: S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry Ladies) 75 73.
152: A Laing (Vale of Leven) 78 74, M Pow (Selkirk) 76 76.
154: D Jackson (Cochrane Castle) 77 77.
155: C MacDonald (Gullane) 81 74, E Ogilvy (Muckhart) 80 75, J Carthew (Ladybank) 79 76, L Kenney (Pitreavie) 78 77, F Lockhart (St Regulus) 78 77.
156: C-M Carlton (Stirling Univ) 80 76.
157: K Walker (Stirling Univ) 81 76, K Milne (Dunfermline) 81 76, C Hargan (Mortonhall) 81 76. 158: L Hendry (Routenburn) 83 75.
159: K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) 83 76, K Marshall (Baberton) 82 77, S Bishop (Windyhill) 81 78, J Henderson (Inverurie) 81 78, H MacRae (Dunblane New) 80 79, A Davidson (Stirling) 80 79, C Gruber (Royal Dornoch) 77 82.
160: E Cuthill (Lanark) 83 77, A Young (Torrance House) 82 78, G Webster (Hilton Park) 81 79. 161: C Wilson (Murcar) 83 78, W Nicholson (Broomieknowe) 82 79, J Wilson (Strathaven) 79 82.
162: E Moffat (St Regulus) 86 76.
163: R MacLennan (Baberton) 83 80, K Blackwood (Glencorse) 79 84, P Williamson (Baberton) 77 86.
P&K send their best wishes to Emily.
The 2005 County Team has been announced they are as follows:
Carly Booth (Auchterarder)
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore)
Avril Ker (Craigiehill
Jillian Milne (Craigiehill)
Emma Napper (Craigiehill)
Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
Emily Ogilvy (Muckhart)
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall)
Reserves 1st Fiona Ramsay (Crieff) 2nd Sally Kettlewell (Dunblane)
The girls will take part in the jamboree at Elgin from Saturday 25th - Monday 27th with a practice round on Friday 24th.
We wish the girls the very best of luck and will keep you posted of the weekend scores
A new date has been re-arranged for today's cancelled Commonwealth Spoons. This will now be held on Thursday 23rd June. All original entrants will remain in the draw however if you cannot make the new date please contact Lenore Kyle who will remove your names and return your entry fee. Please also note that if you were not in the draw for today but can play on the new date then you can still enter by sending you entry slip and cheque.
Any queries please contact either Lenore or myself.
Hopefully the sun will shine then!
The commonwelth spoons at Dunning which was to be played today has been cancelled. Due to adverse weather conditions the course has been closed. Please make as many players aware as possible.
This will be re-arranged and I will announce the new date as soon as possible.
Wednesday, May 18, 2005
The second round of The Scottish Women's Amateur Championship takes place today at Cruden Bay and with squad member Emily Ogilvy only 5 back off the leaders it is certainly one to watch! On what was described as another bitterly cold, windy day at the Cruden Bay links, Emily posted an impressive first round of 80 - only three over the CSS 77 for the day. The 32 players with the lowest 36-hole aggregates after todays second round will go forward to the match-play stages Emily at present is sitting joint 12th we all hope to see her reach the final stages. Emily tees off at 1.15 this afternoon. We all wish her well.
The full results for the first day is as follows:
75 S Watson (Elie & Earlsferry), C Queen (Drumpellier).
76 M Pow (Selkirk).
77 P Williamson (Baberton), D Jackson (Cochrane Castle), C Gruber (Royal Dornoch).
78 F Lockhart (St Regulus), A Laing (Vale of Leven), L Kenney (Pitreavie).
79 K Blackwood (Glencorse), J Carthew (Ladybank), J Wilson (Strathaven).
80 C-M Carlton (Stirling Univ), E Ogilvy (Muckhart), A Davidson (Stirling), H MacRae (Dunblane New).
81 M Easton (Dalmahoy), J Henderson (Inverurie), C MacDonald (Gullane), G Webster (Hilton Park), S Bishop (Windyhill), K Milne (Dunfermline), C Hargan (Mortonhall), K Walker (Buchanan Castle).
82 K Marshall (Baberton), A Young (Torrance House), W Nicholson (Broomieknowe), K Thomson (Kintore), L Walker (Nairn Dunbar).
83 C Wilson (Murcar), K MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), E Cuthill (Lanark), R MacLennan (Baberton), L Hendry (Routenburn), J Anderson (Hawick).
84 G McGinlay (Cochrane Castle), D Dewar (Stirling Univ).
85 D Pocock (Murcar).
86 F Hay (Deeside), E Moffat (St Regulus), J Milne (Elgin), Louise Fraser (Kingsknowe), J Harrison (Cruden Bay), G Lockhart (Barassie), F Neish (Murcar), B Murphy (Prestonfield).
87 C Meldrum (Stranraer), L McLardy (Murcar), K Horne (Dalmahoy), G Roy (Abertay), K Wells (Dumfries & Co).
88 R Dunsmuir (Cruden Bay), W Wells (Peebles), C Taylor (Troon Ladies), H Laughland (Mortonhall), A F Ramsay (Kirriemuir), C Whyte (Windyhill), N Melville (Bridge of Allan), L Williamson (Barassie), M Neilson (Greenock).
89 L Terry (Cruden Bay), S Lambie (Troon Ladies), J Jenkins (Ralston), K O'Sullivan (Cochrane Castle), A Brownie (Lothianburn).
90 P Hutton (Lanark), A Hunter (Monifieth), C Middleton (Cruden Bay), F De Vries (St Rule), A Bowman (McDonald Ellon), P Wilson (Murcar), T Laughland (Mortonhall), M Miller (Cruden Bay).
91 L McPherson (Deeside), P MacKay (Royal Dornoch).
92 M Morrison (Hawick), T Milligan (Stranraer), F McFadzean (Craigmillar Park), B Waugh (Moorhall), E Munn (East Renfrewshire).
93 I Harvey (St Rule), W Miller (Abertay), E Taylor (Troon Ladies).
94 R Brown (Lothianburn), L McDougall (Greenock), S Keddie (Dalmahoy), S Ireland (Prestonfield), K Burden (Cambuslang), R McIntyre (Windyhill).
95 N Smith (Downfield).
96 Sue Shepherd (Deeside), Sally Shepherd (Craigmillar Park).
97 C Stewart (Lothianburn), A B Ramsay (Kirriemuir).
98 J Mack (Haggs Castle), L Casey (Dalmahoy).
100 D MacKinnon (McDonald Ellon), L Lindsay (Dalmahoy), M Nicol (Dalmahoy).
101 Rita Dee (Kingsknowe), J Wake (Merchants of Edinburgh).
102 P Stephenson (Glencorse).
104 A MacDonald (Windyhill).
105 L Douglas (Hawick), C Mason (Dalmahoy), E Whyte (Windyhill).
108 M McCallum (West Kilbride).
109 P Hardman (Dalmahoy).
NR: A Terrey (Greenock).Retired: R Donaldson (Troon Ladies).
Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Below are some photos of the championship weekend...I have made a slide show on power point however I am still working out how to make a link on the web site to enable all to see it. If you know how please contact me to stop all my hair from being pulled out!!
A big thank you goes to Meg Marshall who was our photographer for the weekend and put all 75 or more photos on disk for us.
Monday, May 16, 2005
Carly Booth played outstanding golf at the weekend to win her first ever County Championship. On Saturday Carly won both her matches against Joan Ritchie(Auchterarder) and Nicki Harding (Craigiehill) which lead to a fantastic semi-final against reigning County Champion Roseanne Niven (Crieff). It was a superb match with birdies and eagles to win holes it was a pleasure to watch both the girls in action. However there has to be one winner and Carly came through to win 3&2.
On the other half of the draw Emma Napper played extremely well to win both her matches on Saturday against Gillian Wallce (Glenisla) and Shona Leighton(Alyth) which led to her semi final against the No 1 seed and fellow clubmate Avril Ker (Craigiehill). On a very close fought match Emma won by 2 holes.
Emma and Carly tee off at 11.52 and with the sun shining down, both played some great golf. Carly won the championship on the 14th green 5&4.
The Gibb Trophy was won by Annabel Niven (Crieff) who is certainly looks like being a bright new star for County Golf. Annabel played beautfully all weekend winning her first match against Maggie Bruce (Alyth) 4&3 then in the afternoon she won against the number one seed Susan Ogg 7&5. The final was against Alison Ker (Craigiehill) which turned out to be an extremly close match with some fantastic golf shoots played it was a joy to watch. Annabelle won on the 18th by one hole.
Well done to all for a super weekends golf. The full weekends result are as follows:
Avril Ker (Craigiehill) bt Alison Stockley (Craigiehill) 2 holes.
Meg Marshall (Blairgowrie) bt Sal Shepherd (Blairgowrie) 3 and 2.
Shona Leighton (Alyth) bt Mary Hope (Blairgowrie) 2 and 1.
Emma Napper (Craigehill) bt Gillian Wallace (Glenisla) 1 hole.
Roseanne Niven (Crieff) bt Jennie French (Alyth) 4 and 3.
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) bt Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) 3 and 2.
Nicky Harding (Craigiehill) bt Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) 2 and 1.
Carly Booth (Auchterarder) bt Joan Ritchie (Auchterarder) 7 and 5.
Ker bt Marshall 5 and 4.
Napper bt Leighton 3 and 2.
Niven bt Butchart 2 and 1.
Booth bt Harding 6 and 5.
Emma Napper (Craigiehill) bt Avril Ker (Craigiehill) 2 holes.
Carly Booth (Auchterarder) bt Roseanne Niven (Crieff) 3 and 2.
Booth bt Napper 5 and 4.
Quarter-finals Susan Ogg (Dunkeld) (24) bt Christine Tripney (Alyth) (17) 1 hole.
Annabel Niven (Crieff) (14) bt Maggie Bryce (Alyth) (15) 4 and 3.
Sandra Johnston (Alyth) (17) bt Kathleen McKay (Crieff) (24) 1 hole.
Alison Ker (Craigiehill) (16) bt Carol Lambie (Dunkeld) (13) 2 and 1.
Niven bt Ogg 7 and 5
Ker bt Johnston 6 and 5.
Annabel Niven (Crieff) (14) bt Alison Ker (Craigiehill) (16) 1 hole.
The County would like to thank Glenisla Golf Club for their warm welcome and for the suberb condition of the course. Also thanks go to all our members who came to watch and support the girls.
I will post some photos of the day when I get them for our photographer for the day, Meg Marshall.